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Array t        I I- J  V ,     , fl  Release ol planner . .  O   IS   ��'  r��Ci"OK GlPltlG  ^hb^ ^Bfcgfly  E_l--^EJggpy Eaa '���ffljjgj-y ffl-inl He_I K_HB_a_l'���^B--^  Starving the Sunshine Coastr (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), Including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing,' Gibsons, Robeits Creek/7  moon'Boy, Secret Cove, Pender' Hrb., Madeiija Pork,,'Garden Bay, Irvine's Londihg, Earl Cove, Egmont *?  Wilson Creek, S-I^no Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon;  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  ,^^ . Union    Labe��    '  This Issue 14 Poges ���- 15c  Vol- IJjrKo.' 197-7WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1974  READING ' committee decisions' in the,  , newspaper before they have been ratified by the board is ' wrong," Director  Charles Gooding, Area C, .told Sunshine  Coast Regional District board members  at their meeting last week. (See today's  editorial)  Gooding was referring to a report in  The Times (March 27) that planner Peter  Hoemberg's probationary period not "be  renewed following a decision of the  service committee.  "It so happens that we (board members) were all present at the meeting,"  Gooding continued but he added that the  decision could have been changed before   .that secretary-treasurer  Eric  Willmott's  there was1 no reasoned keep the secret."  ' Gooding said that the point is that  'until the matter, is approved by the board  it's a matter of principle.  Rita Relf, director, Area B, said that  other committee' reports have been released to' the press. "Until the matter  has been passed by the board, nothing  should be released to the press."  The board approved the service committee report which recommended that  Hoemberg's probationary period be discontinued as of March 31. Hoemberg replaced Ed' Cuylits in mid-October.  The committee further recommended  the monthly board meeting. Service committee is composed of all board directors.  Director Norm Watson, representing  the village of Sechelt, said that he told  his council that the board planned to  drop Hoemberg, because aldermen, were  asking about planning which Hoemberg  was supposed to do for the village.  - The Times first picked up the information at the council meeting, said Watson.  ���Chairman, Frank West said, Tm also  partly to blame about the information  about Hoemberg's release. The press called me about the matter and I gave the  facts .to avoid misinterpretation. The press  rightly called and asked for the facts...  there was no distortion of truth.. . and  probationary period be extended for a  further six months'beyond March 31.  The committee report stateii: "Inasmuch thats there have been, some difficulties encountered during his probationary period which made it not quite  fair to expect him to overcome-in so  short a period, the committee has unanimously agreed to recommend the  extension... of Willmott."  In a further reference to Hoemberg,  the committee said: "He had failed' to  provide planning services up to its expectations' but this was no reflection on  ���hisocharacter or ability."  The board indicated 'that it will seek  a graduate student to replace Hoemberg.  Recreational centre  First in Canada  ���acne.  land management controj  ffDoreium  propose*  "SECHELT���Sensible uses for district lot  1472 would be to use the crown, land  SECHELT���Sechelt Indians will be the  first in Canada to exercise full control and management over their own reserve lands, Clarence Joe, band manager,  told The Times Sunday.  Joe-said that the, band council and advisors are going to Ottawa v this week to  meet, with department of'Indian affairs  -  Offi-ial^ to'(close .the^papers, required- for ;  the 'procedure.  The band will\meet with John Evans,  director of Indian affairs. Evans-, while  recently visiting his parents in Roberts  Creek, was approached by Gilbert Joe  with the proposition that the band, assume its own land management as provided in the Indian Act Evans agreed to  look into the matter and when in Ottawa,  machineryv was put into motion to prepare the necessary orders which must be  approved by the governor in council.   ���  "I asked Evans if we were the second  or third Indian band in Canada to assume  land management control and I was told  that we were the first. We're setting a  precedent" Joe told The Times.  Joe said that the band will meet with  Jean Chretien, minister of Indian affairs  and northern development, while they  are in Ottawa. Joe also said that the band  hoped to meet with Prime Minister Trudeau. "Senator Guy Williams is working  on that for us," he said. Williams.  Land management will mean that the  local band will,have immediate control  of about $160,000 with another $130,000  ready to process.  v "They (the officials in Ottawa) were  very impressed with the way, we are  handling the development of our reserves." Tlho Sechelt Indiana have several  reserves throughout the Sunshine Coast..  , Joe said that because of a brief presented to the provincial government by  the Sechelt band, "ovor $900,000 in home  acquisition grants have > been given to  Indians throughout British Columbia by  the provincial government." Each Indian  home owner was - given the $1,000 Jbome  acquisition grant which is, available to  all-British Columbians^ 7   ,:  FOLLOWING a written request by the  United ��� International Paper-workers  Union,. Local 1119, Port Mellon, asking  for a recreational'centre referendum as  soon as possible,'the regional' board turned the letter over to the recreational committee for a report  The union local asked the regional district to hold a referendum again on the  recreational centre site as soon as possible because of new legislation enacted  to allow tenants to vote and only a 50  per cent plus one majority required to ���  approve such a referendum.  The letter was signed by John A. McNevin, recording secretary of the local  The union was referring to the Roberts  Creek recreational site which was defeated in two referendums. In both instances,  the 50 per cent majority was passed but  a 60 per cent majority was required tinder the then, existing legislation.  Director  Harry  Almond of Area D,  Financed by- taxes       1  P   .111.^1  %ll l'   IT, l  i*l  ,W-  GIBSONS���Gibsons   Voters'   Association  was talking garbage at its recent monthly meeting.  A motion was passed asking village  council to determine the tax cost of providing garbage pickup to all Gibsons residents.  Aid. Kurt Hoehne, a founder member  of the association, said that council wanted to sound out public opinion on the  garbage collection question,  If a tax-supported system was introduced, he > said tenders would be called  from local garbage disposal, firms,  At present, both Kelly's Garbage Disposal and Sunshine Coast Disposals operate in the village by contract with Individual residents. , .  Hoehne noted that Sunshine Coast  disposal Is under contract to collect garbage within tho regional district. This  service costs $7,50 per year ort. the taxes.  Members passed a motion seeking information from tho department of trans-  BOUND FOR Ottawa are members  of the Sechelt Indian /hand and their  , advisors: From left/ Clarence ;:��kte,"  band manager, Chief ,' Henry; Pauli,.  Derwyn Owen, economic advisoraind  Gilbert Joe, .councillor, look, oyer a  -symbolic peace pipe. Also going to} __  Ottawa are Tedxty Joe '^d graham .jforTumV^ty and an arboehm? Aid  Allen, land management-;' advisor. 'Dennis Shuttleworth told members of the  Photograph in the background "is of   Sechelt and District Chamber of Com-  . ,        , .f.   ��� v ���'- ������"<:   meroe'Last week.  ���  an Arapahoe chief. See accompany-- . - r^^ ^^ mpre ^aii 30o acres of  ing article. f - ?V    '"/! crown land situated in the northern por- .        o,,-,^^ +vQ ���,���+*_��. ��_  5 '     '   " - , .tion of the village said Shuttleworth and    J0^ Cr**' jested the matter;be  . -,i .,_ _>u Wiai ��c +w ^vor^nt �� look-    turned over to the recreation* committee  for their comment'and report.,  "- ' Chairinan Frank: West* s��rdAtiiat~ since  the last referendum "things have changed, we now have two'arenas." He was  referring to one being built by sale of  debentures in Sechelt and, another proposed for Gibsons.  Director Rita Relf, Area B, Halfmoon  Bay - West Sechelt, said: "My area  wouldn't want another centre."  Director Norm Watson, representing  the village of Sechelt stated: "I tend to  agree . . . the areas that will be left to  support ��� another recreational centre or  ice arena would be unable to bear the  costs Of course, my views may be biased  but I am speaking for the village of Sechelt"  West, in the absence of Area A director" Jim Tyner, said "Area A (Pender  Harbour) is opposed to another referendum."  Relf said: " My area wouldn't go for  it."  Director Charles Gooding, Area C  (Davis Bay, Wilson Creek, Selma Park)  port on possible expansion of the float  area in Gibsons harbor.  Audience' members were concerned  about the number of boats permanently  docked at the floats.  They felt these craft occupied space  that should be, available for pleasure  boats, particularly during the summer.  Aid. Bill Laing said that any boat-  owners who paid their berthing fees  were entitled to remain at the floats,  Hoehne agreed with the membership  that any expansion of the float area  would benefit the village.  School board chairman Agnes Labonte , outlined progress' in the Elphinstone/Secondary School rebuilding pro-  Ject'/.'. .-. ,,'.7 ,/.,, 7.' .:.  She said the department of education  ���Md/agreed to bear cost increases for the  new school caused by delay in starting  construction.  . /Mrs. Labonte felt gymnasium faclllt-,  lea In the proposed Sechelt-area Junior  secondary school would benefit residents  In that area.  r. he said that as the; government is looking :��or>-publi<_. Rousing sites, the,._^operity_���  could be - used' for' that  However, he said, the government will  release the land if a suitable use can be  found and that an arboretum (tree park)  and a bauhaus (building house), be established in the area.  A bauhaus, he explained, originated  in Germany following World Wa}r IL  Architect Walter Gropius was one of the  first directors of the facility which was1  formed to teach < all the building trades,  ���arts and skills in one integrated program^  He said that a similar system in Se-'  chelt would teach bricklaying, plastering,'  carpentry, cabinetmaking, furniture construction and design, landscape arohitec-'  ture and gardening and all .other associated' trades and crafts including graduate  studies in architecture and engineering.  The school would also teach arts and  crafts.  Nowhere in Canada is there such an  Integrated school, said Shuttleworth. "Nowhere in Canada, except possibly Guelph,  ,   ���seo page A-3  suggested the matter be voted on at the  municipal elections in November.  Almond said: "People in Roberts  Creek voted 60 per cent in favor of th��  centre last time, so Til have to go along  with them."  Watson said, "we are only assuming  that it's an ice arena. It may be a meeting  hall, a recreation centre ... it could be  lots of things." " -  West added: "We could tell the UPIU  that we will investigate and decide the  cost and if there is still a strong demand  for it we'll hold a referendum in November."  "I'm not going to air my views on the  matter. It's a silly thing and I know  where it started," stated Watson.  The board agreed to refer the request  to Erich Hensch and the recreation committee.  SMT won't cancel  Re&oofis Road rm  BUS  service  will  not  be  taken  from  Redrooffs Road April 15 as originally  planned, said a spokesman for SMT Coach  Lines Ltd., bu^t a head count will determine the continuation of the service.  Heavy demand from residents served  by the "buses forced a change in plans,  said the spokesman.  However, "to substantiate the necessity of the service, $]$T will, for the  period of April 1 thrptygh June 30, take a  full passenger count of pll fares using bus  service between Halfmoon Bay and the  junction of Redrooffs Road and Highway  ,101.  "The .passenger count will," said the  company official,'! be 'the determining  factor for the continuance of bus service  on Redrooffs Road."  SMT changed its plans to cancel service after' April 15 fqj^wlng strong editorial protests in The peninsula Times  and complaints lodgetjl by Area B Ratepayers' ^Association.  iraraaMiiiiiiaiaiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiaaiiiiiiiHiiiiaiiiiiiiiMiiiiaiiiiiiiiiaaaaaiiaiiaiiiiaaiiiiiaiii(iiHiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii(HiiiiMiiiMiii��uH��  . ^ p"f��i.' t  Flat rate toll charge proposed  ��  /  *"***  ���-!*������  TEIJHPHQNE services in Port Mollon,  Gibsons ond Sechelt exchanges will  Increase In cost If a change In rwto  structure, that B.C., Tel has applied for,  ia approved.  Poho!er7jiarfcour ^"jrena'n^^atM^vfill'  Remain the some, but a flat-rate calling  jiaaiaiaiaiaaiaiaaaiMiiiaaiaiiaiaiiiiiMiiaiiaiiaia*Miaiiiiiiiiiiii>|  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  April 3rd to April 9th  ot Point Atkinson  w��.  3  ,���-_.iM ���.  0300 14.1  0905 7.9  1423 12.1  2050    4.Q  Sa,  6  0435 14.3  1110 4.1  1735 13.6  2315 7.2  Th.  4  0335 14,2  0950 6.5  1540 12.6  2140 5.4  Su,  7  0505 14.1  1150 3.2  1030 14,0  ft,  5,..,,.  0405 14.3  ,1030 5.2,  1640 13.2  2225 6.3  Mo.  A......  0005 0.1  0535 13,9  1225 2.0  1920 14.2  0050 9,0  0610 13  1305 2  ,2015.14,2  i'-fc  MERCURY OUTBOARD  SALES fl, SERVICE  ��5p  MERCURYIAHD  system has been proposed for that area,'  TheJ service Is designed for suburban  users who would pay a flat threo-dollaV  monthly charge for either 30 or 00 minutes of calling time, depending on dlflt>  "'nnccr"'���,"*'w'"7*-'"'"*v���������  Following aro ,tho proposed increases  for telephones in Glbsona ��. Secholt - Port  Mellon exchanges,;',.. . . . . i...  Fjlrst listed Is tlio present rate and the  proposed increase Js In brackets: Business  ���.Individual, $0,70 ($10.60); multi-party,  $S,|J0 ($Q)i PBX trunk, ono way, $10,08  ($14,30);   PBX trunk,  two way,  $12.03   ($10.30),.     : ,..,,���,_, J,..,.   Residential fiorvices; Individual, $4,45  ($4,05); two partjr. $3.50 ($3,05):, mttlU-  pnrty, $2.00, ($2.05).  Extension phones: Business, $2 ($2,25);  residential, $1.25 ($1,40).  Also Included in tho rate' Incrcnso  application Is a proposal to charge 25  cents for certain directory assisted oalln .  (113), Tha charge would bo applied only  whon subscribers uso the service to ob-  ���taln"num.bnr.i llrteflln their ctirrentdlrcc-"  calling directory assistance for all numbers, including those listed In directories.  INSTALLATION HIKE  B.C. Tel also proposes to increaso  ,oharges,ior.installatlon,or*nvovcai,bt telephones, Current charges for service connections were Initiated In 1071 and elnoo  then the company has had to absorb three  annual wage increases amounting to  moro than 25 per cent, said a spokesman,  "Wo aro proposing an Increased Installation charge In coses whoro nn employee  must mako a, visit to tho premises. This  applies also to moves and changes made  at' the request ot 1he customer,  "However," ho emphasized, "thoro will  , bo no increase In tho present charge when  a customer is willing to ncccpt telephones,  1 ���_��o page  A-3,  West suggests board  name vice chairman  A���*_!V,t,    -  r     ���_,     v* <���  -*���*���*_ _*   ���*?*-  w__^"_/__��iir��:��H!  w .   *'" "���- �����-  . i.  SORRY toiks, but even ahootlng at lOOOUi  of a second wo can't seem to stop tho  Secholt streaker, Watch tl>ls space, maybe  we'll catch him one of these days,  This Js In answer to all those inquiries '  asking us why wo didn't photograph tho  streakers Jn 'Sechelt a few days ago. Some  havo even suggested that we staged tho  whole thing, It's obvious now that we  didn't but if the streakers In question  want �� return engagement, pleaso let us  know.  God has a bettor Idea,, according to  the bulletin of the United Claurch at  Richmond,'Some young people were experimenting wl,th now ways of describing  tho mystery and greatness of God, Hero  April 21-27 is Chamber of Commerce  week and'Secholt chamber president Bob  Scales comes up with this beauty! "Take  a Chamber out to lunch." Ho said it,  not me  Unfortunately, there ore only two active chambers on tho coast n,owp--Seoh��il��  nnd Ponder Harbour, Gibaons seems to  bo a thing of  the  past. ,������.���;���  �� ,    ��      ���  Hugh Woathorby oJt West Sechelt is  cartooning exclusively for Tho Times,  Watch for his work on tho editorial pago  every week.  *       *,     t  Lions clubs on tho Sunshine CoMt  are In the midst of their Easier Seal cam-  pnlgns,'Ono of tho greatest boosters of  by DICK  PROCTOR  seen around town���Bacfc a Fighter. A  fighter he ls, too, In many ways. ���;.,   ,  *. ���, ���    ��� ��� ,.     .''',''',  leader David Andorson Is way  beam  when, ho suggested tht\t  were   being intimidated   into  newsletter,from the,premier's  face cutoff of ICBC's full page  go on record right hero and  now that this newspaper has never received such a threat nor even a suggestion that we use1 the newsletter, It comes  every week with all kinds of other handouts and never once has there been the  slightest suggestion that wo use anything  wo didn't want to uso,  '��� ���  Aa a matter of fact, wo have never  used Jhe newsletter and, In, fact,, wo have  been critical of ICBC and still there lias "  been no threat to cut off advertising, I  don't think Premier Davo Barrett and his  government would work that way,   .   .;  ���      ���     ' *  Jo�� Klono of Secholt has a suggea-,  tion for late night ferry sailings, He says  orowjj change at 4 p,m, Why not have tho  crow chango an hour later and then tlio  ferry could finish Ita run an how later.  Simplicity In Itself,    '  For the second successive week ��  horse has boon killed on tho highway.  On Friday, Simon Prinfonboro, Vancouver, was driving on the highway at  about 0 p.m. near thp Garden Pay turn-  off when ho struck a rldcrlcsa horse,  Tho horse was Jellied and Prlnfcnborg  are some of their updated comparisons:    Easter  Seals  Is  WWppor, DlHy  W��i��on    was ��ont to tho hospital overnight, Dam-  torles, REGIONAl, t>oard chairman Frank West,  There would bo no charge for new        who Is Acting chairman of tho M\m-  or changed number information, nor for    Iclpal Finance Authority, oxpecta his new  SECHELT  085.9626  tta.iuaiaiaaaaamaaaaaaaHaiaaiaaiaaiaaaaoaaaia.riiMHMinai.Mr  Information requested by those calling  from coin telephones, hotel-motel nwltch-  bohrds hrid~mobn6"To1cpfi6ri'eC',AI_o"'oxr  (cmpt would be \A\xvX penjons and othera  unable to use a directory, persons calling  from hospitals or customers calling emergency situations,  1��,C, Tel said lho proposed charge In  intended as a deterrent to those who  prcfor to use���or abuse���the system ot  duties to call him to Victoria often ond  ejcpoclfl to go abroad soon, suggested Uiat  "tlio board appoint if vico-clwimiahT  lie- asked Ibnt members think abowt  such a chairman "who con ntcp In when  I must bo away,"  Wwt was appointed acting chairman  of MIFA and will fill In for chairman Bon  Andrews, mayor of North Voncouvcr district, who ls In hospital,  "God"'l8'Mlko"T''Ford~Ho'lTnH a l>ettcr  Idea, God is llko Coltc���He's tho real  thing, Ood ls llko Western Airlines���-Ho  makes tho going great, God ls llko Alk��-  Sclzcr���Try Ilim, you'll like, Him, God  la like Hall mark, Cards���He cared enough  to send tho very best. God la llko Tide���,  llogotftmu the fitRlna others leave behind. "Does ithdt trouble' you?" asked  the bulletin, "It should, because any tlmo  wo get to thinking that a-car i% God, or  that any man-made object Is worthy of  our worship, then wo nro In deep trouble."  ���j,.��� ��������� Ignotf'fof the nationalprognnri HHo"w��n"nboul''"$i;o60"^r'liir%n"r  this year, In fact, ho worked too darn  hard and ended up in the Intonslvc-care  unit of York Memorial Hospital, Newmarket,- Ont,, suffering from exhaustion  afler^a.._.(^sa^ftnodaJour.<Qn_f..be'halt,���.oL  lQufltcr Seals.  When rcnstcr seal orgrmtecrn wanted ft  personality to boost tho campaign they  picked tho right man In Billy, but they  certainly didn't want him to work bo  hard that' he, ended up exhausted', >  Tho whip In featured In tho .postern  La��t week, a horoe ownc<l by Lurry  Sutherland ot Lockyor.Road..and ridden  by Grant Hubbn, was killed when It was  Htmck by a Vancouver driver.  ..Hubba.was,Injured,and the horso killed.  ���      *      ���  WHT DOWT THETT  WJiy don't thoy check tholr Information before sending In Why Don't Thoys  to Tho Times? asks a local theatre owner,  Ho ��� disagrees with lho vendor who  1 .���noo pngo A-3  i  ����a��a��awa��aaaaaaawaa��a��aaaa��aaa��a����aMa����a��aaa��aaaMaa��iia��a��aaa>aa��a Poge A-2 The Peninoulo Times Wednesdoy, April 3, 1974  TniuiTnniuinfUiauinnnnnnnnnnnnntijinnnnnnnnrinn*!------------"  Ths Peninsu__a^&^i>  '/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what 1 believe to be right."  __ - ���John Atkins  H. Alsoako, Publisher ' Richard T. Proctor, Managing Editor  .M^afifafiawMiwIMIawwavififafajaffWWifWWWWwaiifWafiiMaapia^  A   H. a  iwwafvtrvv  1  ������  ,          *       I                                                                                                              I                                                           ���                      '  it/  MiilSff 1  _. ^ara^E  >.('  il@|y  I  if  .  *  i  1                                                                          -                                                            I  '   .   '                                              t  -                                                                                                                        ,  have you, such as land. A part of this, the building regulations so that people  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times. A  ' nom-de-plume may be used,for publication, but all original* must be signed by the writer.  AFTER ^only three, months in office,  Mayor Harry Labonte of Gibsons has  proven himself a competent and efficient  chairman at Village council meetings.  Since taking the chair at the beginning of the year, Labonte has, reduced  the duration of meetings from an' average of two hours to one hour or less.  bers to make short, concise recommendations and comments.  Idle banter has no place in the council chamber.  However, we would be more than  a little disturbed if the aforementioned  "efficiency" was carried to the extent,  where council merely rubber stamped  At first sight, this might seem to    decisions which, truly, had been made  indicate that the agenda is being skimmed    in camera at .committee meetings,  over, with little time for in-depth study Then, meetings of full council would  and comment by aldermen. .become pointless exercises designed  Not so, says municipal clerk Jack    merely to satisfy the requirements of the  Copland, who has had extensive first-    Municipal Act,  hand experience of municipal government  in various parts of the province.  "I'm amazed that the meetings go'  so fast," he told The Times. "But all  the council business is being attended  to.,r  Since.a council's^bi-weekly meeting  provides taxpayers with their sole opportunity to observe the democratic process and their elected representatives in  action, it seems reasonable, to expect  these meetings to reflect the full spec-  The aldermen, too, seem to feel that   trum of council business and to allow  this speed-up of proceedings is benefitting  the conduct of_village affairs.  Credit for the efficiency of anyvneet-  ing must go, largely, to its chairman���in  this case, Larry Labonte.  -While brevity is not an end in itself, a short meeting indicates that the  aldermen have done their homework and  have the questions and answers firmly  fixed in then* minds.  All that remains is for council mem-  Remarks uncalled for  Editor, The Times,  Sir: As a person who has spent a good-  portion of the last year in Vancouver _  General Hospital, I find the remarks"  made by Aid. Norm Watson (The Times,  March 27) referring to nurses,' completely  objectionable. Such comments are undignified* for a village councilman to  make and if I was a nurse and, he was a  patient, I would give him something to  clean out his mind.  Watson's remark was snide and vulgar  and uncalled for in a meeting of the  village council where public business is  supposed to be conducted.  When an akjferman brings, such a.  humanitarian subject to council as Aid.  Shuttleworth did about finding, companionship for persons that are far from  home, it shouldn't be treated with such  vulgarity.   -  I am alarmed that a man in an allegedly   dignified   position   could   make  such   remarks.   Watson should make   a  public apology'to the nurses. Here's his,  opportunity to resign his seat.  It is a mysteryto me that the chairman  Of such council meetings would not take  such action as is within his power to  have such a remark stricken from the  records and an apology demanded.  Box 72, Sechelt' '      ART JAMES  individual aldermen to speak their piece  on the subject at hand.  Unless this is done, the general public and the press will never fully understand what is happening in their village  an, more importantly, why.  Congratulations  Mayor Labonte, on    phosphate-laden  island  encouraging council to stick to the point. ^  . Butj remember���the democratic process must not only be adhered to, but  visibly so.  THE SUNSHINE Coast Regional District saw in planner Peter Hoemberg a person who had "failed to provide  planning services lip to its expectations,  but this is no reflection on his character  or ability." , ','  Peter Hoemberg   was released    as  planner before his six-month probation-  . ary period was up but the board found  .nothing wrong with his "character or  . ability." If that is so, why isn't Peter  Hoemberg the district planner today?  It seems that if his character and  ability are adequate there is no real  reason for releasing him from the planning responsibility. Hoemberg replaced  Ed Cuylits in the position last October.  Now the district is without the services of a planner. Hoemberg was a qualified planned and there appears to be  no real reason to have released him. If  he was setting policy without the board's  permission, or if he was insubordinate,  there would be reason to release him  ���.but -the committeei saw nothing wrong  with his character or ability.  So the, district is without a planner  and Hoemberg is without a job. The  service committee, which is a committee  of the board as a whole, operates in  camera, not even senior staff members  are present when directors are talking  about them. So, there is nothing on' record to determine why Hoemberg was  discharged. But, the committee recommended "unanimously" that Hoemberg  be dropped. But, say one or two directors, the decision was not unanimous and  Director Charles    Gooding said    that  Hoemberg should have been retained at  least until a replacement was found;  "We have lots of important planning  issues coming up," Gooding told The  Times, /'and we don't have the services  of a planner."  It would have been difficult for  Hoemberg to remain as planner of the  district after the service committee recommended ta the board that Hoemberg  be relieved of his duties. Alderman-  director Norman Watson of Sechelt revealed the matter to the village council  * the day after the committee's, recommendation. The regional board was not  scheduled to meet until another eight  days, or the day after the news was in  The Times. The Times confirmed Hoemberg's status with Frank West, chairman  of the regional district.  It was unfortunate that Hoemberg's  situation was revealed in this newspaper  before the board had ratified the matter. Perhaps there was a chance of an  appeal, especially sincefGooding denied  . the recommendation was; unanimous, but  appeals went down the drain after the  news was disclosed. The Times reported  on business that was brought up in an  open council meeting.  Now the regional district is looking  for a graduate student planner. This is  a growing and complex area. We should.  stop considering the Sunshine Coast Regional District a "trial horse" and we  should go after a highly qualified planner. If we have to pay the going rate,  so be it, .it'll be worth it. And, we must  let him (or her) be the planner, not a  errand person.  W(B    CUfl    f&�����?  SECHELT University of Building .and  '   ���������Art;', ������.'���,^.77. 7,:' ������'���,, ;.���',���'"���   ���.*���."  Sunshine |Co^t Ajrbqretuml  The ri^  They could become realities j!  Aid.  Dennis, Shuttjowdrth. of Sechelt has his  way,';/,' ''"' ������'[/'.  The Sunshine Coast is {growing and  nowhere is;it growing, fasto r than  throughput greater Scchclt-Hhe. area  from Halfmoon Bay through to Wilson  Creek���tho buckle of the sunshine belt,  ypu might say. , v  And therein lies the problom. With  growth comes many undesirable things  such as'blacktopping, rcmovnl of trees,'  people, congestion, pollutipn in the air  and on the lnnd and on the soa.  Sechelt has a beautiful virgin area in  its northern portion, It's crown land but  it will be turripd over to the village if,  suitable uses can ybo, determined,  Suitable uses could include an nrbo-  brinas riches to natives  Editor, The Times, *  Six: It is raining and, being fed up  with listening to the troubles of British1  Columbia on the radio, I decided to send^ -  you a story that just happened to popk  into my mind. I read it a long time ago,'  I do not remember when or where.  It concerns a small country, an island  in the Pacific, that was richly endowed  with phosphates. The mining companies of  other countries wanted this phospate in  the worst way. They kept sending dele-'  gates to this small, country trying to get '  control of this phosphate and in return  promised to give work to every native on  the island, even competing with each .  other as to the amount of overtime they  would provide. ���        .    -  Some chap, a bit brighter than average, figured out that if this phosphate  was so valuable why not hire these miners  at wages and let them do all the work  instead of the natives. So the islanders  formed their own mining company, hired,  foreigners  to swing the picks  and the  shovels and the natives continue to do  what their ancestors had done for generations���lay around in the sun and do as >  little work as possible. Yet today these;  islanders have the highest average annual  income of any country in the world.  The country is Nauru and the income t;_  is over $6,000 for every -man, -woman and-' -  Child who is a native -of Nauru, plus worMSJ"'^  for  1,300  foreigners.  RR 1, Sechelt L. A. FRASER  Pender Harbour blemished:  ��� it's had its first streaker  Editor, The Times,  Sir: I am constrained to report that  Pender Harbour has finally emerged  from its protective coloration and now  stands, fully revealed, shoulder to shoulder in the forefront ranks of modern life.  We take no back seat to any college campus, any stretched DC-8 or any highly  publicized city out on the prairies; we  have arrived; we are the "in" thing and  we now' stand, totally exposed as the  rightful leaders of the Sunshine Coast.  Tho bare facts are these, On Thursday  evening aa we sat smug and comfortable  in our community gambling hall an unclothed human figure entered quietly  through the main door and dashed,  I  believe "streaked" is the accepted term,  down the centre aisle and out the fire  exit; Time four seconds flat. That's all;  that'snhe, naked truth.  It shook us up. As the bingo caller,  Don Westersund said,. "That's a hard act  to follow!" The reactions of the crowd  ranged from hilarious guffaws of laugh-'  ter and embarrassed titters -of scarcely  concealed' amusement to scowls of disapproval and anguished wringing of hands  at the stark horror of the sight. After  ail���the human body���'well really, if God  had meant us to expose it He. would  never have invented fig leaves and such.  I was still quivering when I reached  home, my gambling session a complete  bust and while Lspoured myself a stiff  drink of Scotch and chain-smoked half  a dozen cigarettes I pondered on the  wicked ways of the world. ���  Why was I upset? Was it injured innocence? Oh, no, no! Let's not deal' in  fantasies. Maybe it was just hurt hypoc-  racy and for ��� a- moment there,' I stood  reyealed, all my"Freudian slips showing.  I suppose it was really just my punctured  pomposity until I sam myself as a little  boy, running naked away from the bathtub to the kitchen floor while my mother  vainly tried to finish the Saturday night-  ritual with a brush and a cake of .soap.  Whatever the reason and whoever it  was���may the earth lie light upon him.  He shook us up, and if we get a hot  enough summer we'll leave no stern un-  . toned' to hold our position of leadership.,  Madeira Park, B.C. '  E. T. WIGGINS  buying out might be helped by the practice'of first making it tough for the said '  businesses, eg. mining, with perhaps lumbering to follow.  r This policy might be only government  by happy thought, eg. "Oh, happy thought, -  let's expropriate such and such," in which  case, silence is golden: let's not bite the  hand, which gives us mincome and pills.  But, if it is a settled policy of state  or rather provincial control of everything  then it should besettled by a vote of the  vox populi. p  - The Socred .government was voted out  by a' strange1 bedfellowship. of the NDP,  .unions, Liberals, The Vancouver Sun, the  teachers' and Bill742 lead by- the' Eddie  Shack of politics,'brilliant at times but  ' always unpredictable.  But I do- not think'that state-control  or creeping communism was mentioned on  " the platforms.1 * '        '    , '  The change from free enterprise to  state. control is a serious thing. It is not  practical politics   to ��� change   back   and  - o:th one to the other. The Russian .and  Chinese   hierarchy   get   around   this " by  liquidating' the ��� opposition.' They, appear  to be happy enough under pcommunism;  the other communist countries of Europe  were forced into it, mostly by the might  of Russia.       -       ��� ,  ��� Another subject. There is a housing  shortage. One would think that__the'best  way to get around' this w,6rld be to relax  could build houses they could afford'instead'of $40,000 ones.,   ���'.,' ���,  :,'  In closing, the teaching profession  . were all against Mr. Bennett's - governments but,' so help me, there-is' more  -sound and fury, more tumult and shouting under' the consulship of "the Dailly  lady than under Wacky,"  :"'.'       JOHN S. BROWNING  RR 1, Seohelt ������   '  Nurse regret publicity {  i Editor, Tho Times, -   . ���.  ' Sir:' We regret the recent publicity re  nurses. We ..find the implications o,uite  incorrect.' (The Times, March 27)' ..^.  The intent. of our letter, written at  Mr. Shuttleworth's request was .only to  suggest .what facilities would,, attract and  hold young age groups. .-���.*,,>  We wish to maintain ,our private lives,  as most people would, and deeply.,regret  the, publicity which misconstrues the problem of ,a .group, of young people jn a  community with limited recreation' facilities. We are mature arid capable enough  to-choose our friends and plan ouf'own  entertainment. ���  We do not appreciate calls or'visits  from" persons not known to us. If this  . should happen as a result of the publicity  our- only recourse would be to report'these  incidences.  . ' '���-,,' \t  ��� On behalf of the ' nursing staff, St.  Mary's Hospital; Mrs, <DANA KEARNEY  People should vote on  government takeovers  Editor, The Times, -, .  Sir: Writing a letter is such a' pleasant change from the almost exhausting  humdrumness of household duties, so may  I' be permitted to make a few. observations on democracy, 1974 style.  The e'xeercise of pen to perhaps brain  raises one's morale after said household  duties. Goodness knows how women stand  it all their lives.  I do_not wish to propagate any political ideologies, because the aged are .not  supposed to. know anything. How we have  spent so many years in such a vacuum  of receptivity is not quite clear. ,  It would seem that our NDP government is taking over businesses and what  NEW BOOKS:  , - THEATRE YEARBOOK  - THE CANADIAN DIARY, 1862-1972  - BIRDS,OF BRITISH COLUMBIA by  _, David Hancock  - THE CATCH & THE FEAST  - THE HOBITT by Tolkein  - LORD OF THE RINGS by,Tolkein  -THE LARK IN THE CLEAR AIR by  Sears  - PILLARS OF PROFIT by Robin  - STRANGERS ENTERTAINED by Norris  . - POTLACH by Cluresi  IBERIA by Michener  WE CAN  SUPPLY YOU  WITH ALL YOUR,  OFFICE  STATIONERY  AT  VANCOUVER  PRICES  way of industry and people.  A ischool, patterned after the famed  bauhaus in post World War I Germany,  is a long way off but could become a  realityaccording to visionaries' such' as  Aid. Shuttleworth. He sees areal need  for such a college-^-an integrated facility  where all buildings' arts, trades, sciences    April 4, 1��73~-The proposed highway  and crafts could be taught. .shoultl follow B.C, HydrPiransmis-  If, tradesmen and builders are train- sion lines, said the Area E advisory  ed in functional components, there will planning committee in a report to the  be/functional responses. Butj claims the������' rcgipnaldistrict.  Tinxes gone  alderman, if you regard that craftsman  as a creative person, you, will got a  creative response. >  7 l,If you educate, him in an atmosphere  In'which he is fundamentally creative, it  will influence his attitudes for the rest  of his life,".ho;sold.  ,-' Crafts that could'bo taught include  carpentry, cabinet work, electrical (fixtures,, designs and technical) plastering  and decorative plaster work; bricklaying  and stonework;  roofing and  all other  Director; Rita Relf of Area B  was critical of St, Mary's Hospital Society for barring non-members from the  annual meeting. Director Relf suggested  the regional board might; better be able  to run the hospital's affairs.  After regional board directors  claimed nil stondpipes in the Selma  Park area were operational, The Times  found one nt the foot of Snodgrass Road  (hat was not.    .       ' ,'.',  April %, 1969~Full-tim6 staff at tho  also said that tho school could bo a, post   grttphor and building inspector.  graduoto facility for engineers nnd architects where students could learn to apply their skills,  Tho school would also teach landscape architecture and gardening, both  Secholt and District A,ssociatlon for  Handicapped Children asked schoolboard  approval for a special class.  Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce president Erich Hensch op-  ,.,. .return^^^^anclas^chopl of building arts and    trades concerned    with building    plus regional district has jumped to four  trades,  '   ' ,'"'",7*w'*'""^^^^  Such facilities cpUlci tend to put the  Sunshine Coast on tlio map. They would  draw highly desirable clcmonts in the  t -a   ii- ���hi i���a���ii.ii ������! ���������i���i.aria.a.a.aaan������!��� ���inn ���-_���������-wi-.-i '    - iihm a]  Councils, boards  meeting times  BOARDS and municipal cqunclls hold   public meetings at the following times  ond places,  ��� Gibsons village council', municipal  hall, 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 7 p.m.,  ^^���~SechoUl_.BCliool.m.bOanl|U..Oib3pnR),i.,  2nd and 4th Thursdays, 7:30 (Above  Kruse Drug Store.)  necessities In this day of diminishing pointed n tourist committee consisting  green belts. Wo must learn to use what of Canon Minto Swan, Alex Gilmore  wc have, and W, Smith. Tlioclumiber will con-  "Such a program would tic in nicq- sidcr establishing   a tourist   booth at  ly with tho government's agricultural land JLangdaio in conjunction with the Gib'  acf where small holdings will become > sons chamber,  very Important.  "Wc could havo in Secholt ono of  tho most gracious places in tho world,"  Aid. Shuttleworth feels,   ,  An arboretum is another progrnm  and closer nrhandand easier to grnspr  That  doesn't diminish  Its importance,  ��� Sechelt village council: municipal ''^vcr, say the alderman. Silviculture is  n Ii.* Zi aj Wfinixuiiiw 7-��� �� highly developed nnd complex, scencc  II, 1st and 3rd Wcdnudnys, 7.30. �� /program can find a place hero  ��� Sunshine ;CoaatrRegional board; .^^'^ Scdlclfs un, wl cUmaUc  vjs Bay, last limrsduy of each month,.,.,...condition.  7:30 p.m. Persons interested In such programs  Members of the publlo may attend should  express  their feelings  to Aid,  any of these meetings but ���generally must Shuttleworth, Anyone Interested in scrv-  obtnln prior permission In order to ing on an arboretum society should con-   with photographs, of Gibsons Volunteer  Npoak or represent u delegation, tact'him at tho municipal office, Fire Department, <���  Garbage collection service for tho  regional district is oxpetced to start in  August,  April 1, 19<S4-���A health unit should ha  established to leave a secret meeting of  thcSechcif school-board becauso"tlie  trustees would not feel free lo talk with  the press In attendance,*'  Duo to a shipyard strike, tho Comox-  Powoll River ferry is "out" for tho 1964  scasonr members of the ..Sunshine-Coast  Tourist Association were told, President John Toynbco of Sechelt, chaired tho  meeting.  The. Times ran a history, complete  A  i The Peninsulo Times      {'Has A-3  Wednesday, April 3, 1974  MORE   ABOUT.  �� Sunshine Coastings  /,.  U'-     "    -7J'\\    7���  ���from page A-l     r*'  questioned: "Why don't they make ithea-  tre owners stop showing X-rated coming  attractions at general run shows."  ."We. don't show restricted movie previews' at general shows," he said. "And  we never have done."  If previews of a restricted film are  shown at the end of a general show, a  ' slide is flashed onto the, screen warning  what is coming up and' asking audience  ��� members under' 18 to leave.  ".   -  This is  common practice  in all reputable movie houses, he said.  v..    . ,        ���        *  ,/7,H Why don't they tie waterproof canvas -  "' 'bags on the rear ends of dogs and horses  so that owners may have -the pleasure  7'of emptying these on their own gardens?  ;asks Charles Murray of Selma Park.  Sounds like a problem with an abun-  , dance of dogs in .the Murray's garden.  , Why. don't they print The Times so,  that one can read it without getting filthy  from the ink? That's from Olive Comyn  of Jtelfmoon Bay.  We went right to our backshop fore-"  man and put the question to him and he  said:  "No we are not using more' ink, in  fact .we are using less. It may be that  someone got a .paper from the beginning  of the run before the ink was set pro-1  perly and there may have been a little  toojnuch on it. Approximately 500 papers  are run, each run, before ink is stabilized." ���  Okay, Olive? Next question.  Why don't these small-time contractors do the jo;bs for us old timers when  we need them?  The question is from an unidentifiable  signature from West Sechelt. I'll have  to take it to a banker to decipher it. Any  way, our reader says he has been waiting a month for someone to come and  paint his kitchen sink.  Only a month. You've just started  waiting.  Why don't they make the rural mail  boxes' larger so as to facilitate outgoing  mail? That's from Mrs. P. Handel, Gibsons.     ~~  That's a good question too, but trying  to deal with the postal authorities in the  holy city is like banging your head .against  a mail box.  ���       ���       ���  \'- Someone sent a long list of why don't  they's but they didn't sign their name.  We' always like to know who is sending  material to us so will you please let us  know who you are. We will keep your  secret.  In the meantime, here is a why don't  they from them.  Why don't they enforce the "Do not  start your engine "until the ferry has  docked"  regulation.  "Nothing is more unpleasant than being a foot passenger engulfed in choking  diesel fumes caused by truck and bus  _a^jtfwa.l"y*v"'. awn1*' "�����ii,|.a��,JJ|a,.<JlA���_-����� _&.��' _,'  -" ' '^V  '���X . -   * �� mm.  .-��* aaammawawaamam. -     ���a nam am"' a** afwy**  ��������ya���wii. i    ���laaay    ji.T"-"|  .*>r'_>. '        ���     '���_������ - . - *i" ���.���������(  %-rf*.,' -;v.- ���  ���   .. -    �� ������.,* '.������ ���  drivers having a revving contest"  Not only that, the vehicles, with their  engines running, are more susceptible to  motion. Gopd questions. Hope we find out  who they are from.   ���  The same goes for letters to the editor.  If someone writes- to us, and they don't  sign their name, we take only one action.  It's thrown in the waste basket. However,  . we will use a pen name' if you insist.  .  He has gone around with more women  than the revolving door at Macy's.  DRIVER RON Carby, 2i, Sechelt,  walked away from this accdient with  just a scratched hand while his passenger, Jim Robson, Sechelt, was untouched, Carby told police that^ he  was' northbound on Hwy. 101 near  the Louis Tomicic property, Roberts  Creek when he fell asleep and veered  off the road tearing through about  100 feet of barbed wire and rail fencing. A rail smashed right Ihrough '  the windshield on the dnvei & side  and out the back. Police theorized  that Carby fell to his right when he  dozed off. Besides tearing through  the fence, the barber-wire wrapped  car jumped a four-foot creek and  came to rest in bush. Carby has been  charged with driving without using  due care and attention. The accident  occured March 30 at 3:50 a.m.  MORE, ABOUT,. . i <",  .? Telephone rate hike  ���from page A-l  and wiring .already in place and there is  no:needfor a call .by "an installer.".  Proposed hike is to $15 from $10 for  residential subscribers and to $25 from  r$15 for business subscribers, when a Visit  by an installer is requested.  B.C, Tel must instal and remove, more'  than eight telephones,to produce a net  gain of one in its total count, he added.  Canadian    Transport    Commission, .a'  federal agency,  must  approve the rate  structure changes.".     ,  FLAT TOLL CHARGE  In. answer to increasing demands for  extended area service, the company plans  to offer an optional residence service  replacing normal long distance charges to  any exchange selected by the customer  within 25 miles of his own exchange. The  service is designed for,- suburban users  who would pay a flat three-dollar monthly charge for either' 30 .or 60 .minutes  ��� of calling time���depending on distance. -  B.C. Tel vice-president, corporate development, G. F. MacFarlane said that  there are increasing demands for extended area service, but the high costs of the  - additional equipment required and losses  in long distance tolls have prevented the  ���company from providing the service.  He said that to offset such losses, B.C.  Tel proposed to restructure rates so that  .those who receive EAS would be assessed  a greater share of the costs than at present.  "We feel," he added, "that other users -  should not have to face higher general  charges to provide EAS to' the many com-'  munities currently demanding it. On the  other hand, it is not reasonable to deny  EAS if a majority of the subscribers in'  the area indicate a need for it and are  willing to bear the' cost."  The company, which examined a number of possible solutions to the problem,  has proposed a plan which takes into account the distance between exchanges���  as well as the number of telephones���  . when EAS is to be provided.   -  Under the existing system, rate groupings are set on the basis of the number  of telephones within the local free-calling  area without regard for distance.  , MacFarlane said: "In keeping-with the  philosophy and concept of the proposed  rate restructuring, those who receive EAS  would pay more than those who do not.  Customers within a smaller exchange  receive a very real value when they are  linked to a larger community���and we  believe it reasonable to ask that they be  assessed a greater share of the costs involved."  ^aiaiiamaiiiiiiuaiiiiiiiaiiiiaiiiiiaiiaiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiau,;.  | MISS BEE'S I  I   CARD & GIFT SHOP   I  - -5  _   .     Wharf Rood . Secholt - 885-9066 1  ��                        P.O. BOX 213 :  : ;  : Hallmark-Coutts  card*  and  wrappings. ��  jj Fine   English   china  cups  and  caucors, :  �� Boutique  items, local artists paintings, :  __ i - *  nfiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniu  MORE   ABOUT. ...  ��� Arboretum,proposed  ���from _m_0o A-l  Ontario,  is   gardening taught."   And he '  added that gardening in Ontario is vastly  different  than  it  is   in  coastal  British  Columbia.  He was . asked why such a , school  should be- considered in Sechelt when  there are facilities in-j Vancouver such as  B.C. Institute of Technology, Vancouver  Vocational School- and the Vancouver  School of Art.  Shuttleworth said' '.that' they are all  under���separate roofs,. A bauhaus- plan  would integrate all the arts, crafts, skills  and trades, as they1 pertain to an integrated building-system.;-'  As for "the arboretum, Sechelt is ideally situated climatically-for,growing trees  from throughout the north Pacific rim,  he said.       - (  The village council; would, he said, be  ��� willing to act as an ,agent to form an  arboretum society which would be the  first .step in the program.  Chamber members agreed to back  Shuttleworth and the village in the bauhaus and arboretum' proposals.  - In other business, President Bob  Scales suggested that a regional library  to serve -the Sunshine Coast from Port  Mellon to Egmont be studied.  Aid. Ernie Booth was appointed1 by  'Scales to look into .the ,matter.  Scales said that he expected to'be  transferred   by  the  end  of   April,   the  chamber members ��� sh'ottld be considering  . a successor. . - ; '  This is ea $4.00 SPOT!  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  Times ads go into 65% more homes than  any other newspaper produced in this area.  The Times   .  885-9654 or 885-2635 (Sechelt)  886-2121 (Gibeons)  h  INDIAN  HALL  Jcsckpot $300  $75 TO GO  & DOOR PRIZE ft  a*VI|aai am" waammaamaaamm,  rp._-._fcws^^  K: mmtaMi-mam   mm�� ���     a ill ��� inaaa.aa.1  ������������ ia.jp.�� ������. ...aawf a-iiai.|paii a, -_��   _,-.!,.���    _�����-�������� r  ������������ , ������,..�����.-.   . ,  n,,., ^ ,  -    mmaammmamarnia* am* ��� aammaaaaaaa  wsasswis^Wr ^awanw  SIsi^ijjffciB^^JSi^  a^i^as^���*^  &K^!s^$_gB*^#^  *+  _____"��� __ ���"���.-_���  1 \  .1 V  i  Pneumatic Hear 7 ires  _       ���   ��� '       IV..   "   '-^     ."'���.    _��.<�����'  L  '>     \    iaHlt!1^.*     Vt��>4Nl*1    f  Points to consider before buying any mower.  1 speed forward, 1 reverse  ty Ifinilloru  tch'.'    '  p  'n  mi  SldoDufl-ctorDnr.  Pivoting Front Axlo  5 h.p. Standard Whirlwind Rldor  Thit h the Mtc Toro'rldor without tho baflglna option. It  hai neumatlc rear tire* and a ��tandard cutter houiinfl.  Tronimltilon hai ono ipeod forward, on�� roverte arxi tho  wldo, 23-Inch cuttlna width available on all Tore, rlden.  , TiresT1'0 .' ��� 'Foam"Pacid6c) Seat ancl Backrest  $399.00  LlnriRinn Option  'Wind-Tunnel��  Cuttlna Dock  5 h.p. Premium Whirlwind Rider  '" Wfrid-TunwrHoMlnlf ym^  cllpplnni and gran for,a clean, even cut, Thli 5 h.p, model  hat all the feature, callod out on the 5 h,p. Key-Loctrk  Whirlwind, except lt'�� a hand itart mower,  $499.00  GIIAg|g>lAI4  Hand push and finoertlp  ��tart, with the qulot new  Hlgh-Torquo engine.  $179.95  ^^^L^SSSSSsaW!&.  SHREDDER  3.3 h.p, or 5 h.p, modeli  ���hrad lcovo��, clippings &  . fmall.twlgt, Hp���t��,,J f\ 0,  their original also.  $179.95  _f.P!)?4 r1*i*> a* IV*1, *(iMt.  !.  '1. VVhcru urn ilui t'6niTi)Is locutnlP  On walk tnowt'v'fi i,oi\tvol�� should \w  witliiiit cui.iy icuch on tho liandlii, On  a rliloiv ho niiio nil contiols aid in  front of you wlllijn ca.sy icach,  2. Is tho mower easy to handlo? A  walk niowor ithould ho ll^ht cihmikIi  lo lorn oti.slly ui}<l'(|uli'kly. Krout  whool drlvo on u j)ow<��r-<U-ly<Mi  "iixdyfi \J liiorci St's i t fi I iiu ii 11 Ii i k'u I) i I ll y 7  On ix rldiM' mower, a t'onvenllonul'  stoorlng 'whnol makes il: easier "lo"  control,  3.. b Jtwi-y,to.Aullost tin.*, tuition  Jieljjlit'r1 The height of cut controls  .should bo easy to rcac'li noil ,snfn lo  operate.     -,  4, Has the manufacturer provided  for your safety? You should he pro-  leeieil froin iluhris which eould ho  ejected hy the hlado, as well as  uiialust aeeldenlally oxposInK your  hands or feet to tlio cutting )>lado,  On rider mowers ho sure your  lofjsiiioprotected iiniu'contaelwlth  lli�� cntflne, and that the rider can  ho stopped quickly hy a Imiklng  meehanisiu,  "~ .^;��" ~ !.���_> r *" ���" >"'"* *"i *"" 1V * Vv��"* ^���--*��"i V < W* "f. < 1 ��-J���js t < i*i'*T�� 'fJC *T"  room? Folding handles will reduce  the stora}(o room a walk mower  needs, A good rider can he tipped  on end for storage,  nrTffliFfiTuc;H��iT(T��iiSy1lo7i1m ser-  vlced? For tlines when professional  service is needed, ho certain that  there is a qualified mulnlciumco la-  cllily nearby that knows how to service your mower.  BASIC  Ham \9" cutting width,  Ii hand ��tart and hand'  push.  ^$149.95  j����_.  HP IS EC  WHBRLWISS9D  i  Soma1 at the Dailc, but  with %V cutting width  for larger lawn*.  $164.95  Heavy Duly  DUMPC'ART  1000 pound, 0,3 cubic-  foot capacity with removable ' tailgate.  ~--$149.95- -  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  SHS  .::::::W::::::::::::::.:::::::::ft:_:::::::::.::.:::^ 005-9026  sss I.  <\  a      (  l i  r        ��   ,  t  Pegs A��4 -   PwreW fclvor M***.(  Wedne-doy. April 3, 1974        j  Port Mellon unionist,  vote oh separation-  PORT MBLLON-r'Howe SoundJRulp ���_���_-��  '       ployees voted .Monday on whether to.  ,   remain in the ^United Paperworkers* Txt- -  temational*Union or separate,and form/  '    an independent Canadian Union. '7     \  - Approximately. 300- employees voted ,  in the secret ba$#t,<;which was being held. -  . nationwide..     iT   ���    \       ,  > '     '  ,-J  Informed sojiir^es1 within ,UPIU local  IMS said that port, Mellon members were  expected to, votetpyerwhelmingly for separation. 'p-f^.7 7'' *  rA  e t&^  _^7?*'S7 V'��Afr5V<7  w  *i  YIH: iv.  ' ^pf  ft*  9fr:..\Pr  '"     .Sfn.. I*-  SSSIPKIKKS^ ��� iKfE*��/; ����|WP?i_ -v^ilri? |lT!s'��_i_*__S_�� iw_a^i73S''; * Wip5*1" 7��� J'*^^5^*** > ^f^ ^P^*^*^!  t'p*v�� l__ft\*J'TC_,l_r"__l?'l__l"l_!;liV  ' 4 ���  I      ,1.  '1 - " ,* .*"���  >   >p>     's  i, f   ? * ^  W >  wV _____>-��,  V -^���' jiff *M s-i_*o>    >   /   ,;    , 1 r���*�����  ^���n-' <k^     ^A,_W-* !*"-'  44.  1  r  Vf  V.  ?S--fnftTqSS��.K  Nt'8\   ^V    v-^-  ,a3nt\7'.       '-���.  BEV BRANDON of Gibsons picked she was iii at .time of shopping spree  up groceries worth $93.01 during and donated two minutes free shop-  Kinsmen Shopperama at Oo-Op store ping to Mrs.' Brandon. Proceeds of  March 30. Winning ticket was held Shoptpefama go towards Kinsmen  by Eileen Poppel of Iiangdale, but ���csramunity swimining pool project.  Happenings around the Harbour  by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  until next week's column, since the meeting took place after press time.  TOPS TO MEET   ,  And here's a springtime tip for you:  if you need to shape up for the new  season, there's a TOPS group meeting  weekly at Garden Bay. TOPS, you know,  stands for Take Off Pounds Sensibly, so  if you need to lose weight, come on out  on Monday evenings at 7:30 to the Club  Tflouse in Garden Bay. t     ,    ���     ���  7 TOPS is not an exercise club, nor  does It provide: a diet, Members choose  their own method of dropping pounds,  "but the organization is designed to en-  '''courage and reward those���'who are successful. Wendy Haddock is the leader of  the ��� group, and if you are interestol' in  Joining, call her at 003-2682.  And don't worry about the embarrassment of having your weight known by  others, The "weight regulators", members  of the group who do the weekly weighing,.  In, do it in privacy and are sworn", to  .secrecy, You'll need to have �� doctor's  'certlfloato before enrolling,    ,  Construction was begun last week on  the new, 78x75 .building for the Pender  Harbour Legion Branch,, It is hoped this  new facility will bo completed by soma  tlmo In July,  jori  IT'S great to see{ao many Harbour residents out getting, a start on their gardens these days, But a word of warning:  if you decide to,,bum off last year's grass,  please stay andnwatph your fire carefully!  The volunteer firemen repeat that a few  grass fires have, got out of control, already and they hope you'll all make every ,  effort to prevent any more of these potentially dangerous, occasions.  I '.was pleased jto hear, from Wlljie  Mattis, that mpre )Of7you readers have  come forward as,ivplunteer blood donors,  We're still quite, i a little short of the  hundred donors needed if we are to Justify  bringing the mobile blood donor clinic  here next month, so if you haven't advised  , Willie of your willingness to, be a' donor  yet,, please do so, You, will remember that  Willie, In the MadclraPark Store, is,keeping a count���no names���of all those local  residents who yril\ agree to "give the  gift of life." Hope you'll make a, point  of dropping in to see WUHe in the next  day or so, so we can be assured of our  quota of volunteers.  LOOKING HOMEWARD  Mrs. EJsa Warden is leaving on a prolonged visit to"Great Britain! She expects to be away about six months In all,  and will visit the Jsles of Scllly, a niece's  home in London, arid various other parts  of the country. Mrs, Warden camo to  "*Onnad'a^in"1020,^itnd4">it'��'was''*not',*''unUl-*  1072 that she made her first return visit  to England; Although ;shc'd been wftrncdi  that "you can never go back," she tells  me that/, on that trip, ��ho returned to '  a village where she had lived half a" century earlier, and found It virtually un-  changed,  Slnco then, she has been going back  every .year. She said eho walkk an aver-,���,  ago of eight to 10 miles a day, resdis-  covorlng tho country of hor birth, on  those visits,  Another EnglWliWman who was formerly, ft resident of our area, Mary Wood-  burn, will JaUvElsa Warden this ycax1  for her month-long ��� visit to the Isles of  Scllly, You may remember that Mrs,  Wood burn Is tlio widow of a former   administrator of ,tho old hospital at Garden Buy, She* left tho Harbour aroa"after7  her husband's death to return to Britain,  and she and Mrs, .Warden renewed tholr  friendship during the latter'a 107.1 visit,  The 15, T, Wlggglnn family have been  >  en Joy In g�� a �� visit�� from �����- tt>��lr taught**,  \ Bovorjey, her husband Emery Wlk-on, nnd  their children Kevin, Shauna and iiobln.  T|iq Wilsons Hvo in Trlnco George,  Last Sunday was the occasion of tho  Pendor Harbour Ratepayera' Association  meeting in lho Community Hall, A report  of that event will havo to bo delayed  BMORQASBORP  '.��,��A,weok agoltoday..waa ithooccaalonof.,.  the smorgasbord luncheon at tho Community Hall in Egmont, and it was a. huge  success. Iris Griffith tolls mo,tho ladies  served between 00 and 00 persons, Three  guests at the luncheon wcro celebrating  birthdays: Maureen Leb, Jnno loVlorgo,  and Lyla Wiggins, And Mrs, Wiggins was  also the winner of tho ladles' door prJso.  The men's door prize was won by Leslie  Earl, and Kathleen Phillips had tho lucky  ticket on tho handsomo set of pillowcases  which was raffled,  JOo- SUvey's' oldest daughter, Agncn  Andrulonls, along with Mr, and Mrs,  Lawrence Balnea and tholr. son Bryce,  all residents of G'allano Island, recently  paid a visit to the SUvcy family >n Egmont,  If any of you havo experienced difficulty intrenching "your "correspondent*  by tolophono recently, It's becauso I'm  now working part \ of every weekday,  But if you havo any' nows to relay to mo,  I'm available before 10 In tho mornings  ,or after 4 in the afternoons. Or, of course,  you can reach mo by mail through General Delivery, Madeira Park,  e -   v    i  OH*  Clip this coupon and SAVE $4.00 on your next  PERMANENT WAVE & rlAIRCOlORING or save $1  t   on your next SHAMPOO; & SET . . .  t* ���    NEVV^NO Xmmonia peraaanent .,. .    '  - no more unpleasant perming odor -.-no damp-day frizzies  - conditions while it wayes.your hair.  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt   '   ' ; V,    '    Phone 885-2339  (Valid Monday to Thursday in April, 1974)  ir  .    AUSTRALIA (14 days) from $878,  Few professions provide SERVICES AT NO EXTRA COST to the'+  consumer. Your Travel Agent is one of the few. You can .avail -"  yourself of his knowledge, expertise and^ time at no extra cost.  Hotels,  airlines and the  other  transportation  companies  thpt  serve you, pay his fee in the form of commissions. Take advantage -  of a godd thing now'. . . ''    ^     ^    , ,    '"  CALL YOUR LOCAL TRAVEL AGENT AT  '     885-2339 or 922-0221  15'6#' HdUHSTON  Complete 'with EZ Loader ���  Trailer ond 50 h.p. Johnson  Electric.  Moyrsfon, ic&���, Glasply. Hyiiafapwfs  ,_    FIBREGLASS and ALUMINUM CARTOPS    \! 7  SPORTYAKS; Z^?! 64.95; 8'-4234.95  0 MABIINE PMMI & ACtiSSORgES C  3_1S  mtsmmmmmemsmm  'ran  wWHimimiSii  lyj  SECHELT       885-2512  msm  WswBmm  2 cind 4-SmOSCE  MIIT anclStftEBT  BIKES - ��� .  2-SIltOKE $1179  .  Ufou either be c  on one or  behind  one  99  JUST A FEW: EXAMPLES ^ DID YOU GET YOUR  FLYER?   A   SALE LASTS UNTIL APRIL 9th  Shop Early - Limited Quantities  SAVE 25c  SAYEgAE  KN6TYIEV9G  C  Reg. 92c  2-ox.skoln  ****  SAVE 52c  FOAM  PILIjOWS  in'  Regular 1.89 eo.  SAVE $147  STURDY IAWH  CHAIR  Regular 5.44 ea.  $'%9f  SAVE 20c  SHREDDED  CHIP FOAM  }C   Reg. 99c  MB. SAG  Check our new stock of RECORDS and TAPES  ovor 600 rocordo unci 370 topoa  !i''I1 \h '?kMM\bVm4\lM&'''M \\!77li7hl.,..'l'7l'iiv!'i.Kli'l:ili 7'l.lj.1.'" t' .v'  nuXTON   jewel   Iwxea, muslaU   nvfJaa  chnlet Jflwd I>oxra nrid mflny otliera,  Mlsa Heo'o, Sechelt,  1     "i,1'  i)tV   II  ill 1 lilI   i I l|i I  W|Wl.|lftlpllll!l|l|lllilil|M|lll|!|lMl|lMltl|  i'p[ '^ pti i|iii iIiJIl;''! 'lit 'p'11! i|i  u��'n HHi'iiii'lmliiitPiWii %,m il', \ 111 iiitvi^i'MMIi <iiKiii.4<i "iHpWt |'l Vnn\ Wpp>pi|iii 'in Mi     " ,m\   Hl,i, |iMp,(ii'in,tl'up't' i��tp 14,1,1 m'p  rRA,ILiiAY'iC'lKWfl��K,' S^HfKLTr -'MoilH. i��M33fe  i'ii i  HUNTS TOMATO SAlld ������_ 4 for $1.00  MAIP'S PEAS fe+??L-kto $1.00  s.  IDAHOAM SCALLOPED POTATOES �����. M  SWIFT'S PRELUM HANS Z^, __��J9  DARFS1EA BAGS S3_,_^ $1.59  BETTER BUY SAIffillffiS3���.: 19(  ��' '"�����������  #?  iV  FRESH  GROUND  _a I  PRICES EFFECTIVE:    THURSDAY, APRIL 4YTO SA*  '^"^TOtyigw j" wa.igjjj.'g'Jt^feggBgii^^^  gmaggjiBjamM  L  '=_H_f'  -^-^������-���__-fc- ..TRAIL BAY CENTRE, SECHEI  Phono 886-2026  886-8812 Moat Dopt.  Wo Rcsorto Tho Right To Limit Quairf i;77I^I��ifgg7f7J^^^  i - 7lgg___tt#!_^^ .'/'':.���.':���  re'SpSHr?*"*^"*���^^  r Jf' flrl'' 'MT_i'rffS^\ G*\'-.r^aM ; A'';'��� ^ '-���Sh*,^ ���������_''T&&tl? ���^���'^_fl-Ni^_D%  "AmV 'W^-'lr #*kp ���m"r^ a_iaB_Tt> __l    i H 'ff< aWM   Wfaat   *tk.'l'MT''V*! At  l3_f&!feifcssWi^  '*,.,' *M  -  ' vs. t-7'* "-'7-:, I ,-v S../  > .   At^ 'j p){."f J.    .���.   ^,hk    1 - ^    .r  J7;7  ,.77^;7;^7>:!7<7VrV7/; ','7 ,u^-^&,r\,^ %^MCIi"J  The. Peninsula Times Poge A-5  . Wednesdoy, April 3, 1974  1 f  >ff>  ' '_v    ^p������.j   ^ ' 1 p .. ; *   , . .   p  Building, lops;  $1 Tnni-lioi-  Squaringly yours  ELECTORAL Area^C  of the'Sunshine  , "  Coast' Regional^ iftstrict has ,its  first  ,-���: advisory' planning  commission,   Director  ,,\ Charles F.' Gooding' told the; board last  < week.     ' '    v ���  7,.     Members-of thecdmmittee are? Victor >L.  Anderson,  Wfl_bn  Creek;  Lloyd  . Eraser, RR 1, Sechelt ;^ Tim Frizzell, Davis  "Bay; John Moore, Sandy Hook and Mrs.  Alice vMurray," Selma5 Park.'     i  Iiif its, first-meeting, the cornmittee -  "strongly recommended that the board  request the department' of highways to  eliminate this'ceritra^route from their  plans for the area. \The, through highway  , should be located outside the existing  and developing residential areas."  The committee also recommended that  ^UIl-DING values in the Sunshine Coast    the  district conserve  existing  park re-  7    Regional District topped  $1   million    serves and other lands for public use.  " in.1 March,, setting a record, said building    The nibbling.away~of a park reserve at  inspector Fred Reyburn., *,  > the top of .Nestman Road "was given as  ,f    Total-building values'for the year to   ,an example of what can happen to such '  date are $1,554,500, Reyburn said in his    lands which are in the control of the pro-  * report to the regional board last Thurs-,    vince and not subject to district approval  day. .Total building values' for the three    or recommedations.-''  ," months ending=March 1973 was $842,0QO.      J The committee recommended'the dist-.  In January 1974 17 permits brought,   rirt aCqUh;e parks- function and in par-  ih $569 in fees and $216,000 in values;    ticular, the powers to preserve the nat-  February,  there were  22  permits with    u^ pai-k'in district lot 1506 (recreation-  fees  at  $743  and    $319,000  value.   In    aj site)i ' <  '  "March,, 62  permits  were    issued,  with         The effects of'development along Se-  -$2,522.25;in fees and total building values    chelt   Injet  should be  studied   by   the  j at $1,109,500.                     '���__.,���,     " board, the committee further recommend-  Reyburn said that as of March 28 he    ^                     ^ ,  haf T* h!ni 28 P6"1*. 'to' ^ F0?58** ���     A moratorium should be placed on all  and 24 of them were for single family subdivision and'clearing in Selma Park-  dwelhngs with    an  average  value    of Davis, Bay untu a study of the d^^ge  ..$_re,uuu.                            ��� requirement for the'area is made by the  For tjK> taree months Reyburn made deJartment o�� high^ys and approved by  ? !5 9 7nl     nP g th^ board.   Concern  was  expressed  by  , tauea Viw. c committee members.;about the probable  Region^ board is stiU undetermined t        d floodi     problems which may  about whether .to appoint an additional ��������� ���  .������-.    j0���JrnZm^���t in fi,0 oon^r  jbufflihg inspector and to divide the dis- ��CCI? due to development in the Sandy  -triS up bin Reyb^ andX new g����k area and m S,e?a Park " DaviS  man or to hire an assistant building in-       a3^. - , _, %.   . . _.   .      j   .  - specter to work under Reyburn's direc- ..  ^ recommended that the board, in  ^ion                                t               ��� its planning role and in its control over  subdivisions,, would require development  �� o in the upgrading of drainage and access  J1H lRi ^^ nf*% roads affecting such developments.  Oa^iiJaaia^ia ^ The   committee  was; also  critical  of  tm e members of Elphinstone^Flying Club prac-  d    Y^f^a^ tising low flying and";Stunting over the  0    AJU_li^_> residential area. .   _ - '-���-  ',                        -                       ' The committee was generally in fa-  SEOHELT��� Robert Brian Knight of Gib- Vor of the present restriction of mobile  sons was fined $100 at provincial court/ homes in R2 zones.. -'  for possession of marijuana.  The charge was laid following a police  , search of accused's vehicle at the Langdale ferry terminal.  Thomas Frederick Stenner was fined  $100 for dangerous driving. His driver's ���_,, ���*���.-, u u~      _ ��� -  - licence was also suspended for one year. HI!J^HAT have you been doing, any-  Stenner was seen driving,dangerously -  thing to brag about? If you have been  in the upper area of Gibsons ���     ' square dancing lately, there is a lot of  . - John'Aubrey Austin received a'$30Q-  e0od taking on that subject, but if you  fine and one month licence suspension haven't been doing anything, then silence  ' when he  pleaded  gtiilty    to   impaired ��� *s Solden.  'driving.  His  blood-alcohol reading was       'Talking about nothing,  the Country  .18.       " , v^ ��'~  a-   , .-.Stars are hicky. to haye.^such talented  ',   Laurence Bruce Knowles??was^ fine4 jailers as'Harry arid myself, you see, tiiere  $300 and banned from driving for one is nothing that Harry wouldn't do for  - month when he pleaded guilty to driving me> and there is nothing I wouldn't do for  while impaired. Harry, and we are so darned busy doing  ' Accused was checked following a motor nothing for each other that we find it v  vehicle accident in Gibsons.    ~ quite hard to find time to call for the  Christopher  Robin   Glabus   admitted ��� Country Stars. Like it takes time to learn  attempted vtheft   ,of    auto.  The charge such patter fill in as the following,  arose after he was caught trying to start I married the widder of lucky Jim,  a vehicle at the Peninsula Hotel. by, gosh, oh golly I envy; him,. a hanging  Glabus was fined $50 and placed on there from a hickoryp��lih_b. '  two years' probation. Or how about this���if I had a gal as  purty as you, I'd put her up on a shelf,  I'd get me a ladder as fast as I could,  and climb up there myself.  Well,  square  dancers,  there  is  only  five weeks of club square dancing left,  - ���by Pastor Gorry Foster, so what say we all turn, out and wind  Gibsons Pentecostal CKurch the .season UP with a'ftffl floor in prep-  ^niunrrnynTr^T^       , , . aration for a biggerf"and better season  COMMENTING on the recent increase in next year. Harry and I will be there, ev-  crime Jn the Vancouver area and es- en if we have to call from1 a rocking chair,  peciaUy the apparent lack of motive be- The Welcome Beach Community Cen-  hind many  violent acts,  a  psychiatrist tre is holding a plant' sale on Saturday,  said that our foundations are crumbling. May 4 at 2_ p.m. till 4) p.m.  so if you  We notice this throughout society. Tfte have some plants you don't want phone  family structure is falling apart; morals Janet Allen for information. For a real  and values, once much stronger and purer, gw>d buy in plants be there. All proceeds  arCp^Ck ,n8 iat thVeamS;u      i     , 6�� ^ards a worthwhile cause, you can  Recently I overheard three local men ��� pe sure. There are wonderful people un  agreeing in conversation    that  nothing there ���  ^ wonaenuA PeoPle ��P  paakes sense anymore, It has been build- Rome morP on nmmrnHnr.��� ���������,,�����n  ing up for years, and now appears to bo -US X^ number eKh?       manner^  reaching a climax: It used to bo only 5??!.   ��� ^"f1    ���   T*1     u  Blbte-bellevers that warnS t^is World .thaitfc'^^iT^n2.S!��BUffi *  was on a collision couwe to destruction, did Lwhuto' i? ���*' ^  ���    i'  But now non-rellglous people including gJtS5 S   B^L��S w i^^ TW  sociologists, 'financial experts and ccono- parln��  Si^inZ l. h^ *v a falt' i  mists do not express much optimism. mn���7^S^ 3   Pllrt ������ot   fi0od  According to the Bible this world is ^nn,T'     3uar^   dai^clne   promotes  passing away. If you havo your heart, S"���j!f L nC0 1<   ?^ c,V,le_fl- pPp"  and hopes sot on this earth, then you too 0,rtun��Jc^or now friendships to develop,  will enter into a dark future/However, W J , yo,u nro not continually malting now  you allow Jesus Christ to become supremo ^lei>��vyou aro not gattins tl^e most out  in your life, set your affections and in-       ,i(31ua1rt0 dnnc,nfi. A good way to insure  ��� 'tcrcsts di) eternal values, the Bible says. a f^^ndly atmosphere Is lo consider your-  you will abide forever, You' will become fi0lf n host to a11 other dancers. Frlendll-  part of tlio permanent and your Me will ?0SB| comCfl from with'ln yourself and can  begin to make sense. '      , "c^ ba,,,described  as your  Interest in  ^Plcaae realize there la nn alt<OTatlv��~0  Jesus Christ enmo to Mil? earth, not for to ,loolt for Jt flt Its source; thoso who  a vacation,, but on a mission to savo it, display It oro novor obliged to seek It,  Au?Lyou are facod with the cholco of        No,  10; Bo,a woH informed square  which way you want to go���what will dancer, review those rules of otiquotto  Ube? ,. 0ften,  ���by Maurice Hemstreet  From, the pulpit  Highway 101, Madoira Park ��� 883-2377  evertt  eehend  Frl. 9 pm-2 am O Sat. 9 pm-1 am O Adm, $1.25 PHONE 885-9654 -  :     885-2635 - 886-2121  For Fast Act-Brief Service.  BIRTHS  WORK WANTED (Cont.)       Pgge A-6���The Peninsula Times, Wed., April 3, 1974    REAt KTATE (con>t) REAI   ESTATE tCont.)  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WBSTBRN DRUGS  .... ore pfoaead .to sponsor this  BfiHt  AnaouiictMietit space,  and  extends Best Wishes to tho happy  po rosin*  .CUYLITS���To Mr. and Mrs.  Ed and Anna Cuylits of 24  Belgrave Rd., Ottawa, Ont., a  son Edmond Jacob, 7 lbs., 4  oz. born April 1, 1974, Riverside Hospital, Ottawa.  MR. AND MRS. James Crick  are pleased to announce the  birth of a girl, Cherry Hirdmi,  8' lbs., 3 ozs. at St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt, March 21,  1974. 10112-19  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 --named, woman, no  children wishes any kind of  .mployment: Have bookkeeping, secretarial and income* tax  preparation experience. .Full  or part time. Phone Deborah,  885-2165. -l 9990-19  YOUNG   married  man   seeks  any kind of wok. Call Rick,  885-2165.  ENGAGEMENTS  MR. AND MRS. Hans Himmel  and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lucas of Sechelt, B,C. are plea-  ed lo announce the engagement of their children* Theresa  and Brian. The wedding to  take place in 1975.      10059-19  Wedding Announcements  JOAN ' Ellen Bromgren and  James Peter Rigby are pleased to announce ..their forthcoming marriage, Wedding and'1  reception to take place Saturday, May 4, 1974 at the home  of Reverend Jim Williamson,  Gibsons, B.C. 10121-19  OBITUARY  HANDLEY���Mrs. May, in. St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt.  Age 90. Survived by 1 son  John, Hope, B.C.; 3 daughters,  Mrs. Jean Osborne of Surrey,  Mrs. Dorothy Jewell of Sechelt and Mrs. Mary Wardrop of  Gibsons; also 8 ��� grandchildren  and 7 great grandchildren. Private family service was held  March 30. Cremation. In lieu  of flowers, donations to Cancer Fund if so desired.  '   10070-19  CARDS OF THANKS  DOROTHY Gallant would like  to thank all the .doctors,  nurses and staff and matched  blood donors at, St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt, for their  kindness to me' during my  stay in hospital." 10124-19  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9327. ��� In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. ��� Phone 883-  2401,      , 3952-tfn  BAHA* IS Believe In . . ��.  one God; The Oneness of  Mankind; Independent Investigation of Truth. 885-9450 or  886-2078. 9973-tfn  TUTORING in math, chemistry and other subjects. Reasonable rates. Call Judy Lan-  dis, 885-2798.  . 10127-21  LOST  ':,'!  '  PETS  9988-19  FOR all your carpentry needs,  call  A.  Sheppard Contracting at 885-2978. 3783-tfn  GARDENING, ' tree pruning,  , garden clean up, lawn maintenance, cutting and trimming.  885-2769   (Randy).       10048-21  CONCRETE! septic tanks, foot  ings   and   foundations,   retaining   walls,   etc.   885-2188,  call after 6 p.m. 9760-21  PAINTING, tiling and gardening,, etc.   Reasonable   rates.  Phone 883-2772. 10063-21-,  HARD   working   young   man  seeks Work of any kind. Dependable. Phone 883-2772.  10064-19  FISHING rod repairs. Custom  work.  Reasonable.  Ph.  885-  9750. 10075-21  HELP WANTED  EXP ERIENCED    hairstylist,  full   or   part   time.   Phone  885-2339.  9783-tfn  MALE or female taxi drivers.  - Class 4 licence required. Ph.  885-2251. 10114-21  EXPERIENCED    Night   Club  Waitresses    for    Parthenon  Theatre Restaurant.   885-9811.  10131-19  SALLY,   purebred   German  Shepherd.  Phone, 885-2734. .  10050-19  CANON  camera   and  Philips  pocket ;. dictating    machine.  Near IR No. 2 Indian Re_erve.\  .Reward. Mark.T.  Olseri, call  731-578J, Vancouver collect.  :      p   i'7      1011C19  FOUND    ��� w7''���'  BLACK and white male pup-'  py, Porpoise Bay area, 085-  9735. .     976449  PUREBRED Lab pups, Blacks  and Goldens,  Hunter type.  Reasonable, 883-9907.  , 10049-19  FREE,   Lab  cross ������ puppies,  fl  weeks old, 2 male, 2 female.  Phono, 805-0057..   ,,    10104-10  PUREBRED ' Snmoyed   male,  1%  years  old, Phono. 880-  2441,    , 10111-10  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING' RATES  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  Member, Audit Bureau '  of Circulation*  September 30, 1973  Gross Circulation 4446  Paid   Circulation  3894  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of.. Circulation,  subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  Jne Insertion--. $1.20  Three Insertions $2.40  Extra lines (4 words) 35c  (Xhis rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Number-'  50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  ��� for Ad-Briefs not paid by     . .  publication date.  Legal or Reader advertising 40c  .   per .count line. _  Deaths, Card of,Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and ��� Engagement  notices are $4.00'(up to 14 lines)  and^ 35c per line after that. Four  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.     _  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area ���$8.00 yr.  U.S.A  $10.00 yr.  Overseas  $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area ._ 1���$6.00  Singlo Copies 15e  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  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 and  other material appearing in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part ond 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. i  WORK WANTED  LIGHT moving  nnd  hauling,-  Houso nnd garden maintenance,  Rubbish  rcmovnl, Tree  .cutting,,,, etc, ���,Frco^ estimates,,  Gibsons to Socholt. Also flro-,"'  filnco wood for snlo,  $15 per  ondj delivered. Phono Norm,  .880^503,        , ODill-tfn  faian.i  ���-��������� IH.I.I--HP-I ,i.W iiaiii.,,1 i.i.. 11. i n.i _,,... ���m���m ,11 ,,-. -i �����    '  WILL butcher, dross  or cut  your  meat  or  game,  your  plnco or mine, Phono 003-0045,  ,     30-M-tfn  PEERLESS    Tree    Scrvlcou���.  Gunrnntood   insured   work,  Phone 885.2109. 18fl7��tfn  EXPERIENCED RnrTlom^  ��� hnwn cava, planting, rolo-  tllllnK, hodaos, general olenn  up, 006-2570, 10040-21  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  AIRPORT resident - caretaker  ���for   particulars   writ   Elphinstone Aero Club, Box 765,  Gibsons.  - 10042-tfn  YOUNG   man   for  part   time  garden    help,    .phone    885-  2254. , 10018-21  MAN for  part  time laboring  jobs. Phone 886-7519.  10109-19  WOMEN wanted for taxi dis-.  ' patch and answering service.  Phone 885-2251.    10113-21  PARK TECHNICIAN  Dept. of Recreation and Conservation, Parks Branch, Sechelt Park. Under direction, to  be responsible for the supervision and maintenance of a  park and/or function as -a  foreman of a large development crew and as a supervisory workman in charge of a  maintenance'project or opera-  ; tion off season. Requires, preferably, graduation from a recognized Institute of Technology jn a related discipline or  an equivalent combination, of  knowledge and experience; severalyears' related experience. $770 - $936. Obtain applications from the PUBLIC  SERVICE COMMISSION, 544  Michigan St., Victoria and return by April 10, 1974. COMPETITION No. 74: 932.  8880-19  FRAMING crew needed, Steady Interesting work by contract, Phono Trail Bay Design,  885-2713 or 805-2774 after 0.   ' 10000-19  REQUIRE periodic aorvlcoa of  competent residential construction estimator. Reply Box  10073 c-o Peninsula Times,  Box 310, Sechelt,        10074-21  CHAMBERMAID, 880-2472.  10070-19'  , PART lime holp needed, Pen-  ��� Insula Hotel,  880-2472T  M)07749  LIVESTOCK  , ; 1_ ; :-..-������,-;,.,,!������ '���',  CHICKS ��� dual purpose ���  PnymnfHor, Rhode Island,  Red Cross. White Leghorn's,  While Rocks, Ship anywhere,  Nnplop Hatchery, 22470, 04th  Ave,, I'tR 7, Lnngloy, 534-0200,  ^   3700-tfn  2   HORSE   trailer   for   rent  Cunnilnnham'a,   Phone   800-  9927, - 3340-tfn  LAYlNfaTwM, 1 yonToildT 2li  only, $2,25 onch, 005-2710,  10120-trn  LIVESTOCK (Continued)  Come in and see our new  Tack display . . .  QUALITY  FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  'Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products "'  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  Garden Seeds - Seed Potatoes  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE  886-7527  8826-tfn  FOR SALE, 4 year old gelding Vi quarter horse; also 3  year old mare part T-B. 885-  9335. 10105-19  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-tfn  MORTGAGES   1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential   -   Commercial  Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders loans.  Fast appraisal service,  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. U"D.  2438   Marine   Drive,  West   Vancouver,   B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  FOR RENT  MAPLE Cresent Apts.p'lOOO  School Rd., Gibsons. 2 and  3 bedroom suites, newly decorated, cablevision, ���, parking.  Close to schools and, shopping, Reasonable rent, ?h. 886-  7836,     ������������;;��������� 9857-tfn  SHELL  SERVICE  station in  ��� Halfmoon  Bny, Phono  885-  0311, , lOUO-tfn  WATCH FOR 'TINY'! BOB  ON THE LAST PAGE OF  THIS SECTION!  .8800-10  FOR RENT (Continued)  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community^   Hall.    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  3246-tfn  UNFURN. 2 bdrm apt. W-W,  colored appliances, $150 mo.  Avail, immed. Phone evenings  886-7216  or  886-7054.  10080-19  WANTED TO RENT  THE BEACHCOMBERS  ARE BACK!  . . . and we need accommodation.    Contact   Joe   Battista,  P.O.    Box    4600,    Vancouver  V6B 4A2 or call 684-0246.  8813-tfn  BACHELOR   wishes   to' rent  small house or cabin, Sechelt district preferred. 885-9984.  10055-21  SINGLE man desires-self-contained suite or house in central Sechelt area. 885-2251.  10056-21J  GARAGE or shed to store a ?  car  for  approx.  4  months.  Phone 885-2489. 10106-19  "VVORKING   gal   needs   small  house,  suite   or room.  386-  7351. 1008>19  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  ILLNESS FORCES SALE  THRIVING HOBBY SHOP,  Steady and growing clientel.  All stock, 2 year lease with  option. Plus $1800 revenue  from' sublet. $7000 cash, terms  on balance of $3000 at 8 per  cent. Enquiries write Box 737,  Sechelt, B.C.         88Ql-tfn  SMALL CONTRACTING  BUSINESS  Sale Due To Health  2, Gravel Trucks,  Front  End  Loader and trailer/etc.  Enquiries Phono 880-2535'  ''    '   ,No   trlflers,   ,  " 8807-tfn,  REAL ESTATE  HOPKINS    Landing,    4   BR  house, by ownor, Seml-wot-  orfront, access ,to,bench, safe,  mooring. Phone 680-2492 after  0, '       10108-tfn  YOUR AUTOPLAN ��� CENTRE '  ,K. BUJLER REALTY LTD.  .  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C..  Phone .886-2000 or ,886-9121  SAKINAW LAKE retreat: 90'  sandy beach. l Fully, furnished,  log cabin, your own boat float.  $27,500. i >   '  SELMA PARK: Small 3 bdrm  cottage conveniently .located.  Near beach and transportation.  Attached carport. $13,500.  Terms too!    '  REDROOFFS ROAD: Large,  view corner lot in desirable  location. $8,500 cash.  Approx. % ac. with unobstructed view at Langdale.  Only $16,000.  LISTINGS   WANTED!  ���   MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm Peterson 886-2607  Freda DuMont 886-7105  8887-19  LEVEL   treed   lot,   103'x401\  On   all   services.   Driveway  in. $13,500, terms. Phone (112)  826-9208. ��� 4038-tfn  WANTED: 2 - 10 acres preferably with home. Cash. Write  particulars, PO Box 429, Port  Alice, B.C. 10054-21  NEW-DELUXE  EXECUTIVE HOME  1200 square feet, 3 bedrooms,  wall to wall, 2 fireplaces,  cable vision, closed in deluxe  garage, deluxe features throughout the home. Close to shopping centre. Located right in  Sechelt.  Phone Miko Construction  885-2912. (No Agents)  8886-19  75x295 LOT on Nickerson Rd.  W.   Sechelt.   R2  zoned.   All  services.    $8000.    Phone    885-  9655. 9930-17  FOR   SALE���View   lot,   West  Sechelt,  56x157'.  Fully  serviced,  $9500.  Phone  885-2898.  10017-20  SAXTON REALTY  SUNSHINE COAST  Waterfront, near Sechelt, 1.14  acres. 3 Bdrm bungalow ,solid-  Jly built, plus small cottage,  presently rented. eSmall 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  LICENSEDREALESTATESALESMAiM  REALTY LTD,  Madoira Park, B.C,      Ph, Ponder Harbour 883-2233  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  ION HIGHWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)     \  '������','    REAL ESTATE 8, INSURANCE ~"^  "PENDER" HARBOUR "-fcEGMONTwr EARL'COVE *"  PEARSON, ISLAND -~- 24 acros, closo to Pondor Harbour, Good  Investment at $125,000,   "  PENDER HARBOUR ��� Ovor an aero of watorfront, 100' of daop  somo  irpa si  Madeira Park, Lovely estate far $70,000 full prlco,  F doop  protected moorage, 3, DR homo, needs somo work/F.P. $46,500,  WATERFRONT��� 2,5 acros with larpo solid  homo, closo to  LARGE LOT ���  THREE CABINS  Could bo two .���p Good vlow, powor 6\ water, Just  $13,500 F.P.,  --. on ono lot ���- within 50' of excellent boach.  F.P. $36,000, ,  INVESTMENT ��� 3,13 acres, earner of Hwy,   101 ond Garden  Day Road, Largo 4 bedroom homo, noods finishing. Full prlco  __.v L _ t__ _ _,������$,4.0,000;_cosh,^:\  CEDAR HOME ��� On lovely vlow property, Leasehold land. 3  bedrooms, fully furnished, only $29,500,'  NELSON ISLAND --�� 23 acres, 4,000' of boach. Goad summer,  homo. Asking $M0,QQ0, $50,000 down, balance ot 9 porcont,  ��� WE NEED LISTINGS ���  PHONE 883-2794  .     John Brocn      Archlo Broyton     Jock Hermon  883-9978 083-9926 883*2745  > ROBERTS CREEK  -Waterside pf Lower Road, between Joe "and Bay view Rds.  Lots serviced with water and  paved ,rog.ds. 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:  ��� * - 8875-tfn  WANTED TO BUY���-Vz to 20  acres, Sechelt to Pender  Harbour ������ area. .Write Larry,  Seaha: 1074 Monserate Ave.,-  Chula Vista;. California 92011.  Have 'local representative.  10011-22  WATCH FOR "TINY" BOB  ON  THE LAST PAGE OF  THIS SECTION !  8861-16  MOBILE HOMES  When You Consider  Building ...  Why not try the Westwood  Home Building Systems. Plans  .'available for complete home  packages. Modular homes and  custom' planning. Most economical way to build under  present-day conditions. Call . .  COE ENTERPRISES LTD:  883-2761 or 883-2451  8885-tfn  1970 SQUIRE double wide, 3  BR, utility room. Set up in  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home ���  Park.  For  information  phone  886-7378. 10123-21  1974 MUNDAY, LEADER,  BRENTWOOD & SAFEWAY  MOBILE HOMES . . .  10 Oper cent down on approved  credit. Local- park spaces  available.  COPPING'S CAR TOWN.  Sechelt 885-2204  DL 5520   .  -     ' 8883-19  AYERS   Mobile   Home   Park,  we have trailer space available. Phone 885-2375.   9968-tfn  BUY DIRECT.  SAVE HUNDREDS  Truly outstanding values in  late model family homes. Each  unit beautifully carpeted and  nicely equipped.  Was     Now  $9700.   $7800  $8400. $6900  $7600. $6300  $5300.   $4700  '���64x12,- 3- bdrm.  60x12, 2 bdrm.  48x12, 1 -bdrm.  50x10, 2 bdrm.  Easy Terms ���  No. 5025 Call collect anytime  438-3541  Bank Interest  GREAT PACIFIC  INVESTMENTS LTD.  5369 Kingsway, 'Burnaby  B.C.   Dealer   Certificate   8387  .   8876-20  CMS ENGLISH LTD.  "REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ;  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  ''      ' ��� ���' i i ! ��� <    ''        ', ,,'���'������  Gibsons, B,C, 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  LARGE CORNER SITE |n Gibsons, T .03 acres, zoned (  multiple ''dwelling,   ready  for 'future development,  Details on request,  WATERFRONT: Sechelt, Reserve Lease Land, Level  waterfront with older cabin on, could be remodelled.  Services available, 49,900.00.   7     "  NORTH ROAD; 5 acres, nice gradual sloplrig land,  hos small shack on. F.P. $25,000,00 ;,^  LOTS OF LOTS:wlth view, Airport Road, all services,   Priced $6,750,00 to $15,500.00.  APARTMENT: with good Revenue Returns, all Suites  * arc ncwr Dota I Is- on * request- can ~ be - pu rchased on  .   . ' ' ,"'   ' ���''  Time,    '   ,. '  16J/& ACRES;  Pont Mellon  Highway,  real  holding  proporty $38,000,00.  ���  GIBSONS VILLAGE: 3 bodroom plus,a part 2nd floor  house, full basement Insulte plumbing, large kitchen  (ncludos dining, view lot, F,P, $30,000, Small down  payment on 'agreement for sale.  8 ACRES: Highway 101 and loy/ot Rd, Road allowance on one side, what a potential? F,P. $34000.  SELMA PARK; Lovely well,finished 2 bedroom homo,  featuring llvlngroom with F.P. Dlnnlngroom, utility  and largo C/P wlth,workshop.,l% yoors old. $26,000...  Dominion loaso land close to Socholt and shopping.  BEACH AVE,: Lovely 2^ bodroom now homo, largo  L,R, on nlco lot with good access \o Picnic Site and  Beach, F.P. $36,500.00, Mortgage available on low  down payment.  Ll STINGS     WANTED  K. A. Croiby 886-2098  Mlk�� D|-n��y 086-7436  ). Vlis��r 886-2531  Don Sutherland B8S-?362  WATERFRONT. HOME ������ EGMONT  Very large 4 BR home,&opprox. 244' waterfront 'on 3 separate  lots. Float. Excellent for a group purchase. SIOS^OO.  SAKINAW. LAKE  Approx. 170' lakefront on 7.11 acres, 3 BR cottage plus 2 rooms  in partial basement. Fireplace. Propane fridge, range and lights,  Sundeck, patio and float. $36,500.  -       . /.  .    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.  $2s;ooa  3. KLEINDALE���approx. 8 acres with creek, 535' frontage on  Hwy.  101. $25,000.  4. KLEINDALE���approx.   20   acres adjoining  above,   $35,000.  5. FRANCIS   PENiNSULA-r-approx.   37   acres,. partially   developed with approx. 3,900' of primary road constructed. Possible  86 lot subdivision. $.150,000.  6. WOOD BAY���approx. 21 acres of nice view'property - app.  630' frontage on Hwy. 101. $33,000.  7. KLEINDALE���approx. -10% acres, smoll creek through prop,  erty, approx. 700' frontage on Garden Bay Road - good for  possible subdivision.  $30,000.  8. W60D BAY���11.79 acres of view property wit'h 330' frontage  on Hwy. 101. $20,000. "  9. IRVINE'S LANDING���approx. 20 acres of view propery - ideal  for mobile horrie park - approx. 800' bluff waterfront.  $125,000. -  CLAY'S MADEIRA MARINA  Approx. 3 acres, 250' choice waterfront in Madeira Park, 30'x80'  concrete shop building with repair facilities, display and sales  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, forestiore lease. Large up-to-date stock  of boats, motors, parts, marine hardware, Evinrude sales and service, $250,000 plus cash for stock  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK^���view lots, serviced with worer and hydro,  $8,000 and $9,800.  2. NARROWS ROAD���cleared building lots, $10,000 & $11,000.  ���approx. % acre, flat land, excellent view. $29,500  3. IRVINE'S LANDING���view lot, fairly level. $10,500.  4. MADEIRA PARK���commercial lots - $16,000 and $20,000.  5. EARL COVE ��� level commercial lot on corner of Jervis Inlet  Road and Highway 101. $11,000.  a��>��-��  ~  7 ISLES MOBILE HOME PARK  Located on approx. 3 acres close to Madeira Park on Hwy.  101  and overlooking Malaspina Straits. Has 11  trailer spaces ready  and plenty of room for expansion. Monthly rental $60.00 per  space. $60,000.  EGMONT  Approx. 3/5 acre lot with 550' on Maple Road ��� level, treed.  Good location for a summer cottage or mobile home. Close 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-bedroom home, 8 sleeping rooms, .restaurant and  store (leased out), Standard Marine station, bait sales, floots,  launching ramp, 9 rental boats and 8 motors, camper space and  room for expansion. $250,000.  GARDEN BAY  1,542 sq. ft, 3 BR home with den, oil'furnace, partial basement,  carport, landscaped lot. Lot could possibly be divided in two when  road and water comes through at tho back, Close to marinas,  stores and post office, $43,000, ' '  EGMONT WATERFRONT LOTS  Prime commercial -corner property on 2 lots vy'tri 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.     ���  COMMERCIAL CORNER>-i EGMONT  Approx, ]% acres of view property with )))' frontage on,  Egmont Road and 637' frontage on Maple Road, Has older 2 BR  homo, rented for $75. per month, small cabin (12x24) rented for  $20 per month. Lot could possibly, bo subdivided Into several Ipts,  $47,500.     .,.,..  HOME & SWIMMING POOL ��� MADEIRA PARK  10'x33' mobllo home with well built' 12'*33' addition . 2  BR's, W/Wshog carper, fireplace. 16'x32' pool with dlvlno  board and ladder. Also an 8'x2,9' trailer, rooted for $90 pet  mid, Landscaped, Walklpg distance to school, P;0.( stores and  marinas. $45,000,  VIEW LOTS ������ GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a boautlfur setting, serviced with paved road, ��at��r and hydn*.  Public access to watorfront, Clow to stores, mQrlnai and post  offlco, $6,000 to $9,500,  *** ^X.KWJ.VWoMs  MADEIRA PARK STORE  Small general  store and  adjoining one  BR owner's  homo  In '  conton of shopping area at Modolra Park. Approx, 100' frontage j  on both Madeira Park Rd, and Hwy.   101, containing approx, ,  1,09 acres, $50,000 plus stock, I  t ������"��!������ ��� anani,ia.iiiaia��ajiiia.ii|M ii i���iih  HIDDEN BASIN ��� NELSON ISLAND  Approx, 2,000' sheltered, deep waterfront, low bank shoreline, ;'  several beaches and bays on opprox,  11.3 acres of beautifully ��  treed properly with small crook, Furnished, ona bedroom furnlshod,  A boots, 2 motors, numerous tools and mlsc,  equipment.  An  excellent buy, at $80,000,      .      ' ���        '  ��� r  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  119'  watorfront  lot   with  furnished cottage ���  ono  BR,   living  room-kltchcn,  bathroom with ihower, 'ocorn fireplace, sundeck,  water, hydro, float and canoe, Road accoss, $26,500,  CALLOLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  REALTY LTD.  Madeira park, B.C,  Phone Pender Harbour 883-2233  Vancouver Direct Lino 689-7623  \ V,  The Peninsula Times, Wed., April 3, 1974���Page A-7  MOBILE HOMES AUTOS, TRUCKS (Con..)  BOATS & ENGINES (Cont.;    FOR SALE (cont.)  BIG Maple Motel and Trailer  Resort  has  space  available  Phone 885-9513, 9928-tfn  Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Park and Sales  Iwy. 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  1967   SQUIRE   mobile   home.  12'x50', 2 BR, fully furnished.  883-2525  after 6.  9993-19  DOUBLE WIDES  Delivered and set up on your  property; guaranteed to be accepted by municipality. Non-  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied. Also large selection of twelve  wides. For further information  Call Collect 525-3688  or 434-2120  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby  Member of the Western Mobile Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012  8877-tfn  AUTOS, TRUCKS. E6c  1962   CHEV   pickup,   %   ton,  plywood  canopy.   $200.  Ph.  886-7816. 9858-19  '65 VIVA, "economy1 transportation. Also small utility trailer. Bob Scales, 885-2221.  10040-20  PLYMOUTH Fury HI, yellow  with green vinyl top, 2 door  H/T. Purchased Nov. '72, cost  $5600.V-8 - 17500 miles only,  new oversize front rubber,  P.S., clock strato vents, rear  defogger, front and rear speakers. Excellent cond., $2850.  i  Ph.  883-2318. 10015-20  WATCH FOR "TINY" BOB  ON THE LAST PAGE OF  THIS SECTION !  8859-16  '70   JEEP   Wagoheer,   all   ex^_  tras included." Air condition-  ing. Phone 885-2339.    9946-tfn  '73 4x4, FORD'S heaviest  F250. HD rear bumper; detachable trailer hitch, new  lug tires, steel pipe box sides.  Excellent condition, $4600. Ph.  886-2096. , '   > 10030-20  '68   VW,   47,000   miles.   New  brakes, runs well, $1000. Ph,  885-2489. 10035-20  *64 DODGE Polara HT.  Per-  fect   condition.   New   tires,  $550. Phone 885-9091. or  885-,  9324. 10067-19  '61 PEUGEOT. New Michelin  X tires. Radio,  good cond.,  $200.  Phone  885-9091 or  885-  9324. 10068-19  '55 DODGE coupe, 46,000 mi.  Good cond. $120 firm. Phone  886-2524. ' ' 10102-19  1965   FORD   stn.   wgn.   Auto  V8, 283 cu. in. $750. 886-2767.  10078-21  '71 PLYMOUTH Cricket^ dr.  17,000 mis. 30 mis. gal. Radio, std., 4 speed. Bucket  seats, $1450 firm. Phone 885-  9534. 10115-19  '51  FORD  % ton pick up. 4  spd., 12"  clutch,  V8.  Good  truck.  885-9030. 10119-19  '69 DODGE Polara 500,2 door  hardtop sedan, low mileage,  fully    equipped.    $1500.    885-  2686.   ' 10118-19  VOLKSWAGEN    beetle    and  -  van parts. 885-9927.  9762-19  '58 VW VAN, factory rebuilt  motor,    only    5,000    miles.  Good running order. $295. 885-  2568. 10130-tfn  MOTORCYCLES  1968 350  cc. Yamaha.  Phone  883-9933. 10016-20  BOATS & ENGINES  14'6"    THERMOGLASS    boat  and    trailer,    $600.    Phone  885-2682. 9959-19  15'  ELGIN  with  Johnson  18  H.P.    motor    and    Calkins  1500  lb.   trailer,   $600,   offers.  Ph.   885-2383. 10012-20  FOR   SALE,    16'   6"    clinker  built boat.   40 hp.  Johnson  engine, $350. (112)224-6379.  98J6-20  21'    FIBREFORM    with    165  Mercruiser motor. Immaculate condition. Excellent price  for quick sale. Ph. 885-2418.  10058-21  150 HP GRAY marine, 2% to  1 reduction.. Very good running condition- Some accessor-'  ies included. Phone 883-2248  or  (112)826-2049. 10060-19  19' SANG'STER hull, FG~ over  ply., $9v5. Volvo 80 1-0 and  leg. Morse SL controls, $475.  Phone 885-9689 eves.   10061-19  '73 KENCRAFT all VG, 17'.  Semi DV, hardtop. Built in  tanks, sleeper seats, '73 Chrysler 55 elec. Galv. trailer. Nice  unit. $2850. Phone 885-9689  eves. 10062-19  17' BOAT, trailer and 65 hp  Merc. OB. Sleps 3, elec.  start, head. Motor 45 hrs. running time. Near new canvas  top, $2100 or nearest offer.  Phone 885-2496. 10071-21  19'   UNIFLYTE   FG   boat,   65  hp motor and trailer, $2000  firm.-Phone 885-9927.   10120-19  18' SAILBOAT. Hull and rig-"  ging Al shape. Phone 885-  9647. " 10122-19  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  GOOD   used   cement   mixer.  Phone 885-9538.        10072-19  USED kitchen cupboards and  sink.   Also  Hollywood bed.  886-7238. .      /'   10117-19  8 OR 9 HP Briggs and Stratt-  on or Wisconsin air cooled  engine. Phone 885-9869.  10125-19  FOR SALE  SAVE on Philips modular color TV sets, backed by good  service.   Thomson   Appliances  Ltd. (formerly of Vancouver). ���  Phone 885-2529. 9948-16  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Alder  and  fir.   Phone   885-  9311 or 883-2417. 3233-tfn  ROUGH lumber. $55 per lineal  1000   (112)926-1024.       9868-tfn  .   TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons ,- ' * 886-2827  Thursday,  Friday, Saturday  April 4, 5 and1 6  "JONATHAN  LIVINGSTONE SEAGULL"  GENERAL  Sunday,.Monday, Tuesday  April 7, 8 and 9  "TRIPLE IRONS"  Martial arts action  RESTRICTED  AH shows 8 p.m. and in color   8890-19  PLAY Lions Community Bingo,- cards available, $1.00 ea.  by phoning  885-2012  days  or  885-2027 nights. 4184-tfn  ELECTROLUX Sales and Service. Ph. 885-2007.    4192-tfn  HOOVER washer, spin dryer,  1 year old, excellent condition. $95.  Phone  886-9605.   9958-19  BEES���April  delivery.  Phone  886-2762. 9864-20  COMPLETE custom John Grey  drum kit. Phone 886-7848.  ' 10047-19  30" ELEC. range with window  oven,  $50.  Also  older  type  fridge $50. Both working. Ph.  885-9739  before  6 p.m.   10057-19  PORTRAITS  In Oil Pastels  Adults   or  Children apply  at  the  DALLIS STUDIOS  Cowrie  Street,   Sechelt  885-9817   8884-tfn  HI   FI   radio   record   player  combination. Good cond. $45.  Phone   886-7726. 10065-19  SATURDAY, April 6, 10 a.m.-  4 p.m. 1st house on left Min-  tie Rd. near Halfmoon Bay  Store. Movie projector, sewing machine, paintings, etc.   10069-19  MATCHED lightweight men's  set of golf clubs, plus umbrella, ball retriever and cart.  $125. Phone 883-2772.   10101-19  4   BURNER    Enterprise    gas  stove.   Good cond.  $40.  Ph.  885-9469. 10103-19  SINGER touch and sew portable sewing machine. Good  cond.  Best offer.  Phone  885-  9440. 10107-19  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  \  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  ESTATES LTD  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  SECHELT RESIDENTIAL LOTS  BEHIND HAQKETT PARK  Within one mile of Shopping Centre, Schools, Hospital and  Beach. Over 60 lots available for $8,000 to $10,000 ea.  ^ EXEC. SECHELT WATERFRONT  Near New 2500 sq. ft, on two floors. Large family kitchen.  Loads of Cabinets. Dishwasher, range and fridge built-in. Large  sea view. Living room with w/w carpets. Fireplace. Rich wood  panelling. En-suite plumbing off master bedroom. This home  must be seen to be appreciated, 2 car garage plus large storage.  Level treed landscaped property with your own sandy beach.  F.P.  $97,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  TREED R2 LOT  Cleared  site  for mobile  home,  serviced.  ,   Doug, Joyce,  F.P.   $8,950.00.  Call  TRAILER LOT - WEST SECHELT  90'x2O5' pn Wakefield Road, '��� Fully serviced, year round creek,  good sdll,  partially cleared. F.P,  $12,000, Call Stan or Jack  :'���������������.     Anderson.,  WATERFRONT COTTAGE  Mission Point. Dominion Lease. Approximately 600 sq, ft. Large,  level treed property, One bedroom, w/w carpets In living room,  combination  kitchen and dining  room.  $15,000,,  Terms,  Call  : Jack or Stan Anderson, .  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  1200 sq. ft. full .basement homq, Post' 8. Beam, 3 bedrooms with  ensuite plumbing, All .double windows, Very well Insuloted, Electric heat. Carport under house. Brick fireplace with roughed-ln  fireplace In basement. Only minutes from shopping and schools,  Across from Hackett Park. F,P. $47���90Oy Jack or Stan Anderson.  Andorson,  17 ACRES - VIEW  Mlddlepolnt location, Zoned R3j road through property^ Approx-,  Irnately  470'  highway front.  Many view building  sites,   Ideal  for subdivision into V% acre lots, $39,000.  F.P, Call Jack or  , Stan Anderson.  MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT,  Two bedr6om, 720 a,q. ft. cottage on  % acre of land. Some  fruit troes, easy accoss, close to primary school, F.P, $18,500.  , ( i Call Jack or Start Andorson,  WEST SECHELT  243' on Nor West Bay Road, R2 zonod property, Treed, Trailers  , allowed. Full price $9,500. Call Doug Joyco,  1     WEST SECHELT - OWN YOUR OWN SHACK  Two bodroom shack on a nlco largo lot, corner of Mason and  Nor West Bay Roadj Zonod R2, trood, good gardon soil, Asking  only $13,500, Call Lon or Susanna Van Egmond, 885-2241,  GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY '  , , , for a person with a pleasant voice, take ovor the  tol-phono answering sorvlco and taxi dispatch/ Good Income, small Investment and reasonable torms, Bo solf-  omploycd and build an equity In tho fast expanding aroa  of Sccho|t, For dotalls call Susanna Van Egmond at 805-  ", 22417 -���,--* ;���:��� -'������'--������~T>���.~ .��  VILLAGE OF SECHELT-  '    ���     '" 2V4 ACRE VIEW  2 bedroom near now homo,  Roberts Creek near Flume Road,  Highway frontage.   $29,000,00. Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  .REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA -  REDROOFFS ESTATES '  Now 2 bodroom cottage on largo trood property,  Some vlow.  Largo sundock, Full price $20,000. Call Doug Joyce.,  '' ' ' '  REDROOFFS ESTATES    ������  Largo trood proportlos, approx, ���% aero.,Zonod,R2, trailers allowed. Paved roads, close to Sargoant Bay, Hot fishing spot. Priced  from $6,^50/ Call Jack or Stan Andorson,  LOT - REDROOFS  Exceptional recreational lot, 100'x250',F.P. $6,850, Call Davo  Roberts,  GOWER POINT VIEW LOT     '  % aero of trood privacy with all sorvlcos,  Future; subdivision  potential, F.P, $12,000.00, Ca|| Jack or Stan Andorson. ,  ���pi-  ���.'.'..       MOTEL OR CONDOMINIUM SITE  193' watorfrontooe of good loyol land with unobstructed vlow.  Pobblo beach In front, $90,000 cash, Call Ed Baker,   <  .   , i WEST SECHELT     '  Vlow, Mobllo Homo, 2 bedrooms, handy location, closo to boach,  R2 zonod proporty, Ideal for rotlromont or summer uso, Asking  $22,000, good terms, 9%, early possession,  Coll Ddug Joyce.  ���   SELMA PARp  100'x)35' trood lot, No water as yet,' Good holcllnb property.  ,  Full prlco $6,500, Call Jack or Stan Andorson,  ��"*������ '���      II.ip-p.I-P���-.IHIIII.II -II.I..H���.  SELMA PARK '     ���   \  2 bodroom cotta&o, largo kitchen, stoyo and frldna Included, Co*y  living room.  Electric  heat,   Ideal  rotlromont,  Dominion  Leoso,  , F.P, $9850,00, Coll Jack or Stan Andorson,  DAVIS BAY VIEW  Now 3 bodroom fnil iKisomcrit.' Lorgo living room with rich wall-  to-wall carpotn, Double plumbing/ many extras, Basement, Ideal  for future devclopprrvent, Largo view properly, Priced In Low 50't.  Call J\pcH or Stan Andorson,  Hoavlly trood land with farm''potential, Powor on the slto. Gazetted road on ono side partially In, A good buy ot $21,500, Call  ��tan or Jack Andorson, 7  TROUT LAKE AREA - 21  ACRES  Approximately | ml lo highway front, Trood, Zonod 5 aero holdings, F,P. $52,000, Call Stan or Jack Andorson,  Do You Want an  EXCELLENT VIEW LOT  Now Is your chance, to bo among tho first to pick out a  cholca lot In this now subdivision by Camoo Lands.  ������i cleared ready to build on >������ closo to boach |.������ water  and hydro available ~��� on Airport Road ���. pavod roads  p������ surrounding land In agricultural land froozo.  PRICED LOW  from $6750 - act now bofqro (hoy oro gono,  CALL LEN or SUZANNE VAN EGMOND or JACK or STAN  ANDERSON,  Day Roberts l*n or Su.ann* Von Egmof��d,,..���,,.,,..,,,���...Jock.or Start Andcr^n  Ev��, Phon-, 885*9788    Eves. Phono 085-9603    Evos. phono 085-2053 or 005-2305  Ed Bokor  Evos, Phono n05-'2A4V  Doug Joyco  Evos, Ph, 085-2053  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  FOR SALE (cont.)  ���--, _.  ���������..���4-.���i ��� -...,��� p.... ���.ii -... -,    .i  GAS stove  (Moffat), 100  lb.  capacity   tank,   auto  timer,  elec. rotisserie, $100. 886-7392.  '      10079-19  6-HP, two-wheel tractor with  plough and weed cutter, $195'  '886-7710. 10081-21  FOR SALE (Continued)  PHILICORDIA    organ,    two-  keyboards, floor peddles, as  new. Firm $650, -terms can be  arranged.    885-9927,   ask   for  Art. 9761-19  LIVING room, dinning room,  .    kitchen and bedroom drapes  FOR SALE (Continued)  ONE .box spring and mattress,  $25.   885-9544. 9763-19  WATCH FOR "TINY" BOB  ON THE LAST PAGE OF.  LEGAL NOTICES  COUJLD Mrs. Vivian Archibald, or anyone knowing her  whereabouts, please contact,  the Department of Human Re-  sources in Sechelt, phone 885-  2288. 8888-19  BRINGING GUITAR trophies to 1he solo and Russell third. Alll three have  lower Sunshine Coast from Powell the same guitar instructor, Mrs.  River Music Festival were Virginia   Mary Brooke of Halfmoon Bay. Vir-  and Russell Cunningham, left and  Lance Parish all of Halfmoon Bay.  The Cunninghams won their trophy  for guitar duet and Lance for solo.  Virginia placed second in the guitar  ginia,*lG and Lance, 11 are grade five  students at Sechelt Elementary and  Russell, 16, is in grade 10 at Elphinstone Secondary.  Organic  gardening  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  THE PEOPLE of Redrooffs Road have  apparently won a victory over the rerouting of the bus to the highway.  During the past two weeks, protests  have poured into SMT Coach Lines, the  Public Utilities Commission, the Highways ' Department and MLA Don Lock.-  . stead indicating in.no uncertain terms that  they had no intention of giving up their  bus service. Protestors are now receiving  letters from the superintendent of motor  carriers advising that SMT Coach Lines  intend to keep the service going. The  letter also held out hope for improvement  to roads and other operating conditions.  Great credit is due to Area B. Ratepayers' Association which lost no time in  calling this matter to the attention of  residents and in organizing the protest.  It was a matter in which they received  100 per cent co-operation.  Thursday's film show at the weicon.e  Beach Hall at 7:,30 p,m. is the last show  ,of 'fche.season and will consist of a program courtesy B,C, Travel Industry. Included are Barkervllle or Bust, Sixty Cycles, B.'C, Mountains to the Sea and  K'san; a film about the reconstructed'  Indian village at Hazeltori.   7'  AUXILIAEY  The LA .to the Welcome Beach Community Association met at the Ed Cook  home on March 28 and planned the wind-  up social evening of the season. It will  be a'Do as you please evening on Satur-,  day, April 27.* ;  ;  Spring is undoubtedly on the way for  the hummingbirds are back busily checking the spring flowers. The first report  came from ��� Fred Julian at Seacrest on  March 27, with another reported1 in'the.  Don MaeDonald garden the following day,  Mrs.  Dorothy Greene,   has returned  'from a 10-day tour of Powell River and  !' Vancouver Island which included 14 days  of sunshine; At Powell River she visited  the Rudig family, former residents of Ed1  Edmunds' cottage At Redrooffs. She report.1) that they pro happy and success- ,���  ful', operating n cedar shako' mill on a ,  18.acre proporty at Paradise Valley,  whoro thoy have a flno homo and ponies  and other livestock. Crossing by ferry to  ' Comox, she visited Cecil Fitzgerald' who,;  *.,for4G years was .engineer, on tho,Columbla7.  and Is still on tho board of tho Columbia  Const Mission, which now owns ii plane  operated by ��Tohn Mollis,  At Nannlmo she paid a visit to the .  Barrio Jonks family and they accompanied hor on a visit to Nonooao to see  Francis and Ruth Stone, the' former owners of the Secret Cove Marina and1 tho  Lutncrs, formerly of Roberta Creek,  Among other people she was in; touch  wllh Alan Andrews, a former warden  of St, Bartholomew's Church and John  Simeon, who wns welfare of.flcor here  n few yours ago, They both'sent greetings  to nil tholr old friends on tho Sunshine  ,Coast, .       ' .,  At Duncnn, she visited hor Mcpson.  Alnn 'Greene'and his wlfa Nancy, and at  West Sannlch she saw Ivan Fuller, ft,  *" f ormo'f Columbia" Const" Mission rector. In"  Victoria, alio enjoyed a visit with Mrs.  Joso Goodman nnd Dr, nnd Mrs, Stan  Conn with whom she hnd been assoc-  Inlod In her work for the Canadian Red  Cross, She returned homo via Vftncou-  vor.  TUGAQnoUND  There was considerable excitement In  tho Scncrest nron last Saturday evening  whon tho Son Rover, a tug boat towing  n barge went Aground on tho reef at  Reception Point, Two passing fbhboaU  ���by Mary Tinkley  hurried to the rescue and with a rising  tide, the tugboat floated free just before  dark, picked up its tow and went on its  way.  On the sick list is Bill Dolmage who  recently underwent surgery in Vaneou-  , ver. Redrooffs.is welcoming another per-  manent resident, Bessie Maybee who has  had a summer cottage on her property  for several years and has now retired. A  recent visitor to the area is Ole Kadin  from Watson Lake who is visiting his  brother, Anton Kadin,  Mrs. B. McCrady has had her son  and daughter-in-law, Frank and Edith  McCrady with their sons David and Gor-  - don. At the Richard Lairds has been  their granddaughter, April Pearson.  A pet who will be badly missed is the  Hugh Duffs poodle, Penny, who was put  to sleep last week at the age of 7% years.  Penny who was everybody's friend had  been the Duff's constant companion since  she was four weeks old, ���' ��� : ���.������,.���'','"���  ''���'''.''��� There/:is 'an interesting development  in Welcome' Woods where underground  cables for telephone are, being laid along  Northwood and Frances Avenues.  THAT planning report on the Sunshine  Coast which was compiled by graduate1 students of University of B.C. school  of architecture and planning,' has been  well read nnd studied, according to regional directors.  , The matter was brought up In the  board meeting when a letter was directed  to the board by John Hlnd-Smlth of GUb-  "sons. Although the letter was not read ;  in its entirety by chairman Frank West,  Hlnd-'Smlth had earlier sent a copy ito Tho  Times where It appeared,' , ,  '. Harry Almond of Area D, Roberts  Creek, said that ho found. the report to  be of "extreme value and a great help to  me,"' ,    <��� '���,. '������ ���       ���     ....���.���...  "But/' he added, "every move wo mnko  1b viewed with great suspicion by the  ��government,'!. Ho said that other functions,k  performed' by the regional district produce  Homething but "planning is not .tangible,"  West said that ho personally paid; for  nnd gave out alt 'least six reports, "I  personally use the report as a guide and  reference book, ,     '  "I wns n little bit upset that a reference was made (In Hlnd-SmltlVs letter) thnt a director didn't oven know ot  Us existence, New members arc faced  wllh various problems and I boUovo  every member takes the report very seriously."       ���  Director Charles Gooding said tha,t  lllnd-Smlth's comments aro vfylld and ho  nald that If planning was not all that  wns intended, It wns because, "wo had  a good planner (Ed Cuyllts) but ho was  tied up doing technician's work," when  ��ho., should , hnvo ,���. been .concentrating, on,.  . planning,  Tho directors were critical ot tha high-  wnys department and other government  agcnclcfl who often overruled planning  decisions.  "We have been charged with the planning function, but all we've done Is amend  tlie'Jionlng bylaw," Gooding ntatcd..  Director Kurt    Hoehno, representing  'Glbsona, said that Gibsons council feels  that tho village's plnnnlng should coincide  with the regional district, "wo nro looking for cooperation between the two,"  ���-by Ed McCaughtrie  ��NOW that the snow has- left and the days  are getting balmier/' get out in the  garden and putter around. If you mulched  the roses last fall carefully rake the  mulch away from the steam and allow  the sun to warm up the soil, sterilize it,  and make the plants feel good.  When the buds start to appear then  is the time to prune. Cut of .all the dead  wood and at least an inch below the  dead part. Make sure that you cut it  on an inward slant and that the bud eye  is   pointing outwards.  If there was not much winter- kilL  it is still beneficial to prune the bush  for better blooms.  First have a good look at the plant,  walk all round it if you can. Make sure  that your shears are sharp.  Select four or five good healthy strong  canes and cut the others out. Prune from  the inside to the outside, cutting the  canes back to about a foot or so. Leave  the outside pointing bud at the top so  that the branches will grow outward giving you a nice symmetrical bush. Fertilize  with a quart of manure tea.  When the weather' > was warmed up  about June 1 replace the mulch around  the stem adding new hay as required.  - Do not add grass cuttings' unless you  have some mulch on the soil first. You  can plant some garlic i or chives around  the bottom, and thus avoid the use of  pesticides, especially those that are supposed to "kiU the, bug as it eats the  leaves." Suppose a,kid eats them?  If the roses were not pruned at the  nursery you must prune them .before  planting. Ask for them to be, pruned,  Cut off any broken roots'using sharp  tools, prune the branches, talcing - off,  about % of the present growth, I, like  to soak the roots in lukewarm water for,  a couple of, hours after this. Place the  soil mixture in the hole until the bud  union is about an inch below the surface,  spread the roots naturally and, form tho  ��� soil like a pyramid under the roots.    '  Gently fill in' the rest of the soil and  , water thoroughly until tho soil is runny,  add some dry soil to the top leaving- a  depression around the stem. '  Immediately cover the ground with  a foot of loose hny, leaves or other typo  of mulch, water again in ft week and feed  n little of the manure tea. Feed nlx>ut a  quart of tea every other week for six  weelcs and that will bo enough for , a  good healthy arose.  I have been invited to address tha  Sechelt Garden Club, tonight at 7:30, St.  ~Hllda,B*HaUrSechettr���X!hQ^pul}MpMteu���w!el-?,  come to attend,    " '  '  ���.  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"When these signals are used by an  emergency vehicle, drivers of other vehicles -must yield the right-of-way and  immediately drive to a position as near  as possible.to the,nearest edge of curb of  the roadway, clear of any intersection and  stay there - until the emergency vehicle  has passed," noted Gibsons fire chief  Dick Ranniger.  .   "Too many, drivers are ignoring this  important traffic rule. Their careless actions- are jeopardizing the drivers and  passengers of emergency vehicles as well  as other highway users.  "Next time an emergency vehicle approaches, pull over. You might help to  save someone's life."  Ranniger explained that police, fire  or ambulance vehicles are classed as  emergency vehicles when they are sounding a bell, siren or whistle and are displaying a flashing red light.  Get acquainted with your neighbor;  you might like him  Page A-& Tho Fenfasufa Timas  Wednesday, April 3, 1974  Conrad E. Wagner  D.P.M.  ��� Podiatrist  * Poof Specialist  will be at  Bella Beach Motel  Monday, April 8th, 1974  T  JIM POSTLETHWAITE of' Roberts   duster Too biplane he is building,    labor into the project.  Greek 'at controls' of the Stolp Star-    Already, he has put 3,000 hours of  Hopes to ily it next year . . .  by  Alastair  Rogers  SOME people play checkers for a hobby.  Jim Postlethwaite builds airplanes.  Slowly taking shape in the back yard  of his Roberts'Creek home is a two-seat  Stolp Starduster Too biplane���an aircraft  which he hopes, one day soon, will whisk  him over to Vancouver in minutes and  compete for praise amongst the steadily  growing ranks., of 'homebuilts' in this  province. "'"  Jim's first venture into aircraft construction was at" age 16, when he set  about the seemingly momentous task of  building a Pietenpol Air' Camper.  "It was just about ready to fly when  the war broke out and all aircraft were  grounded,"  he said.  Then, five years ago, Jim started his  second  project���another biplane.  "I didn't finish it and eventually gave  up," he said.  This time, however, the 60-year-old  construction worker is determined to' see  his aircraft take to the skies.  With over 3,000 hours of labor already  invested in the. Starduster, he predicts it  will be completed by next year after an  estimated total of 10,000 hours of labor.  Jim belongs to the international Experimental Aircraft Association, and  through that organization's magazine, he.  has gained valuable' information on his  current project'.1  The Roberts.Creek plane builder has  been interested. in aviation since he was  a child. He worked for many years as a  machinist with t several major airlines.  But Jim never considered becoming a  commercial pilot.,  " like to fly, for fun, but I wouldn't  like to doit for'a living," he explained.  Jim's family has an interest In flying  almost equal to that of the head of the  household.    :n'' ������[  His 23-ycarholdi daughter, Jamis, a B.C,  Ferries ejnployeey, holds a private pilot's  licence and enjoys nothing more than a  spin above the''clouds.      ;  Aircraft building is very much a stop-  andrgo venture, as Jim explained,  ��� fl bought the plans for the Starduster  seven years. ago nnd some of the tubing  material I got four years ago."  The tubing wns stored,In his homo,  for a time, "and It stretched right across  the living room." ,  It wasn't until ho built a workshop  that work on the Rlnne started In earnest  one year ago.  "One Of the hardest ports of building  a plane Is, deciding what you want to  build," said Jim. "There nro n terrific,  number of designs to choose from,"  Although aircraft building is not oho  of the nation's moro common hobble?,  esp itionpges.  lissel   o  Jim revealed that no fewer than three  other coast residents are in the process  of constructing their own planes.  Robert Carey of Roberts Creek is  working on' a Miranda two-place biplane.  Bob Andrews, also of Roberts Creek, is  building a replica of the SE-5, a World  War I fighter.  In Garden Bay, Capt. Bill Tftompson  is readying for flight a Smith Miniplane  DSA. (DSA, explained Jim, stands for  Darned Small Airplane).  All are members of the Elphinstone  Flying Club, a group of about 30 aviation  buffs which operates out of the Gibsons-  Sechelt airstrip. Jim estimates that approximately 14 members hold pilot's  licences.  Homebuilt aircraft are not held together with string and sealing wax as  many people believe, Jim is "quick to  point out.  "The department of transport inspec-'  tor came to see my plane a while ago  and he was very impressed with it;" lie  recalled. "He said he was amazed by the  professional workmanship in homebuilts.  It often exceeds that in commercial aircraft."  At present, there are approximately 87  homebuilt aircraft flying in B.C. Another  270 are registered as being in the process  of construction. -  "This year, there will be 50 to 60  more flying," said Jim, "powered by anything from a Volkswagen engine to a proper  aircraft  engine."  The Roberts Creek flier is optimistic  that the Gibsons-Sechelt airstrip will  prove an attraction to many mainland  pilots when it is paved and lighted.  "And it will be indispensable in emergency situations where we have to take  someone to hospital as quickly as possible. Right now, patients may have to  stay' in the local hospital overnight because there is 'no way to take them to  Vancouver before morning."  Jim noted that the airstrip was owned  originally by the flying club. It was  later donated to the DoT as a community  airport.  Homebuilt aircraft are fun to fly and  safe to operate, Jim noted. The U.S.  Federal Aviation Authority has found that  homebuilts have, less chance, statistically,  of crashing than commercial flights.  In fact: "When I fly over to Vancouver Island and back or into the interior,  I don't worry. - But if I drive up, I get  so nervous I shaker"  If Jim Postlethwaite is to be believed,  there is nothing in the world quite as  satisfying as building and flying your  ' own plane. He urges anyone interested  in finding out more about the hobby to  contact him at 886-2565.  But, let the phone ring, for a while.  Chances are Jim will be out back working  on his Starduster.  We got the first name  right, not the second  IN LAST week's item on the recent elementary school's science fair, we described one photograph as showing Langdale student Michael Brandys with his  electrical circuit display.  Pictured, in fact, was Gibsons pupil  Michael Duteau and his exhibit showing  how hydro power is used to provide electrical energy for towns and villages.  Vfe apologise for the error.  HARRY Olaussen, MP for Const Chileotin,  called upon tho federal government,  In a speech delivered to the House of  Commons on Mnrch 25, to tnko tho necessary steps nnd to assume responsibility  for ensuring an adequate supply of mortgage funds nt low interest rotes,  Olnusflon urged tho government to determine .housing requirements together  with the provinces, nnd lo sot nnnunl targets nnd obtnln firm commitments from  flnnnclnl institutions to moot housing  . needs In thla country,  "CM.HC rules'ns applied to rural housing," said Olaussen, "must bo made flexible to nccommodftto those who enn leant  .��ftfford'jto���comp]y��wUl;,,tho,stftndlorda,^ncc-^J.  canary in order lo qualify for flnnnclnl  Assistance."  Olnusscn nlno sold thnt CM1IC policy  towards tho Indian people must fttao be  made ns flexible ns possible ns inadequate  housing nnd luck ot co-ncem. In the pant *  Jin., contributed'Jo poor ,nnd unfinnltary  housing conditions,  "There Is no excuse," nnld Qinussop,  "for Inaction In nn aroa of tho Cnnndlnn  economy where adequate shelter for nil  Cnnndlnns must bo tho primary objective  ot tho federal government."  > r.*_. v^S^ W^SP"  ���.-/.-."* _*>-T^r* K'V'X.-...; ���*-  m ���nm  ?  i  SECHELT .=  i*- a.-M*.i_i_���al,l  am*amaam**mm*mMmMara*a*m*MamHa*smmma*BMamammm*m**Wrmm  at a_aap��iaj ajiaWaaaila a__ft iiha>al a.JaaHU1*-*^afcr.au  'Mi, ,*���#��� ".ypvAa ..as��^.^^^  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE Of REAL ESTATE  PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelt 885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  o     BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C  (E. & O.E.)  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE  coweragjes for  v  %-��* /s  O    9  ���v.  iz.^w^-m��.7.*h^!-,��Ar  _j  laaram^iyriMWffi^  DAVIS BAY - VIEW LANDSCAPED #3-097 ,  Immaculate 3 bedroom post and beam home,  1080 square feet*  with  living, dining and kitchen all to the water view. Utility  room too, and all on one floor. Electric furnace and heatalator  fireplace,  a   lovely  family  home,   priced   at   $42,800.00.   Five  minute walk to sandy beach. Peter Smith 885-9463- eves.  FISHERMEN - SARGEANT BAY BEACH HOME #3-020  100 feet of good stone beach, 370 feet deep, with delightful 1  bedroom log home near beach. Boat in, or drive to it, and go  fishing. Electric "furnace, excellent stone fireplace, large, sun  deck. All yours for $37,650, terms considered. I love it. Peter  Smith 885-9463 eves.  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT #3-093  Large remodelled home on 99.8 feet waterfront has 5 bedrooms,  large living and dining areas, electric furnace,  brick fireplace:  This merits a really good look. Full price $55,0Q0. Don Hadden  885-9504 eves.  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'xl35' 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.  CARIBOO AREA #3-115  Near McLeese Lake, we have this choice investment property  adjoining the western end of McLeese Lake Resort Ltd. Priced  low Is; all for cash, Mining activity in the general area. Gibraltar  Mines etc, 5.61 acres of treed high ground on, the Cariboo  '    Highway, Robert Kent 885-9461  eves,  MOBILE HOME TRAILER PARK #3-110  Presently 18 serviced trailer sites, Possible 20 more sites for  expansion. Over 6 acres beautiful park-like land. Three bedroom  extra spacious modern, home with heated 20x40 pool, sauna'  and change rooms at pool side, Home and grounds are fullyj  private. Year-round creek borders the property! Hpye water  rights but the municipal supply is used. Robert Kent 885-2235  eves, for appointment,  LEVEU ACREAGE -GIBSONS #3-040  Level,  treed  acreage,   Land   size   4,25,   Serviced   with   hydro,  Frontage on Pine Road and Lower Rood/Approximately I mile  from Gibson's centre. Full price $23,500, Call Leo R.  Brown  885-2985 eves,  DAVIS BAY -  WOODpD VIEW LOTS #3-032/33  Two Jeft -wooded Iota with excellent  water view, quiet area. . Yol. can  build, and retain tho lovoly trees  on those sloping lots, south west exposure, wotor and hydro, Asking  $14,000 cash. Potor Smith 885-  "7'9463 ov��.",l'.;..  ATTRACTIVE ACREAGE - ROBERTS CREEK, ','    #3-132  Gentle slope to this seml^cleared acreage, Land size 4,64 With  selective' building you could attoln a beautiful view of Georgia  Strait, Serviced with hydro. Buildings In area suggests water  sourco,"' This land must be seen, Try your offers on $24,900.  Call Lee R. Brown 885-2985 eves.  SELMA PARK -  SERVICED VIEW LOTS #3-019.  90 feet frontago on stroet, 170 feot  deep, the vlow suporb ovor Trail  Islands, Two building lovals, pick  your spot, Offers to $11,000 full  prlco,  Potor Smith 885-9463 ovos,  LARGE VIEW LOT -  SELMA PARK #3-085  Lot size 62'xl73'( In on aroa of nlco  homos. Lovely building alto, all services available, l-ull prlco $11,000.  Call Pat Murphy 835-9407 ovos,  ONE LUXURY LOT LEFT #2517  Hlflh otop tho Wakoflold Inn aroa, on  largo lot 89x150' facing Masori Road  - electricity and water on application  - Tho best darn vlow you'll flnd| Full  prlco,only $13,000 full prlco, Call'  Robort Kent 085-9461 ovo*.  NEW 2 BEDROOM HOME -  CHERYL ANN PARK  ROBERTS CREEK       "r~~T'30fl3 '"  Lovely now homo. All electricity, wall  to wall carpot In living roam, �� 4  piece coloured plumblnp, Mop naver  kitchen, lot. of cupboard$, cedar ald-  irtQp'-Kmtl^r*Whifl\fa--~1or-"Srxrr9m*  merit mortgoort oM5,000, or 4.1,000  povernment grant. Full prlco $29,-  500. Call Pat Murphy 005-9487  ,       ove��..  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  EVERY DAY--Phafle "Tiny" Bob for the lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy -���085-2235 (24 hours)  aQBQQe]0BBQa-aBQOBI)0BO_--QddBOE3aBaBaB0IOBOB&BODBaS__BDBQQDB0l  EVERY MONDAY���1 (45 p,m��� Community Hall Roberta Crook,        ,  Elphinstone Now Horizons corpet bowling, cards & films.  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30 p,m,/Socholt Legion Hall, Socholt TOPS Club,  now members wolcome,  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p,m��� Bingo, now Legion Building, Secholt.  EVERY WEDNESDAY���2 p,m, Senior Swlnoor, Old Legion,Hall, Socholt  EVERY WEDNERDAY���8 p,m. Introductory Lccturo on Trancondontal  Modltatlon, I.M.S, Contro, Gibsons,  EVERY THURS<T-8.00 p.m., Blnpo, Pondor Harbour Community Hall,      ,  THURS, afternoons "TOPS" mooting at Public Health Contro, 1 [30-3:00  EVERY FRIDAY ��� Gibson's Unltod Church Womon's Thrift Shop, 1.3��-*;.  p,m, In United Church basoment,  '  Apr.'3 ���8 p.m. Socholt Gordon Club, St. Hilda's Hall, Secholt,  Apr. 4 ���7;30 p.m. Wolcpmo Beach Hall, Film show on B.C,  April 6���2-4 p.m., Morflarot Lamb Unit of St, John's U.C.W. Spring  Toa & Boko Sale, Wilson Crook Hall. ,  Apr. 9 ���0 p,m, Socholt; Sketch Club, Murphy's Studio, Solma ParK.  April 13���10 aim,, Sa|o, Socholt Library, Discards and Duplicate  Books, '  Apr, 20���2-4 p.m, Socholt Garden Club Sprlno Shaw, St, Hilda's Hall,  Socholt.   .      .< ,        ;  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OJF REAL ESTATE  Multlpl* Llstlnfl Sarvlc*  Yancouvtr Real   E��rat��  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGEMOES SJB>.  Phono 885-2235 (24-Hours) Box 128, Socholt, B.C.  Vancouver Phono 609-5838  k  \  fa^imakitMIt  i  i 5?   Government grant sought .  WRECKING TRUCK pulls Chevrolet dog jumped onto her lap. Two pas-  bus from ditch after vehicle left High- sengers were treated for minor in-  way 101 near Lord Jim's Lodge re- juries at St. Mary's Hospital,  cently. Driver was distracted when   Section B  Wednesday, April 3, 1974  Pages 1-6  Rate hike justified  GIBSONS���The village watershed is totally inadequate to cope    with future  growth, according to Aid. Ted Hume.  "I wish I had the opportunity to take  every taxpayer to the watershed," he  told council's March 16 meeting. "If they  could see what we are depending on for  water, they would be happy to pay (the  recently increased water rate) for upgrading."  He said the village was- "living on  hope and prayer," as far as its water  supply was concerned.  Hume said he had recently toured  the watershed, around Enge Creek, with  Aid. Kurt Hoehne and works superintendent Fred Holland.  "I had been very mislead by what we  had up there. I was shocked. It's unbelievable what Gibsons is depending on."  The state of watershed was "scaring,  frightening and bloody horrible," he said.  Hoehne reported that he had inspected  the whole watershed area with Hume and  HSUahd. "   '    -    "Aldermen should be weU-informed  on it," he said. "It's our resource and  it needs protection."'  Hoehne said he intended to go over  the same route ia August and note any  changes in the watershed.  STUDENTS  In either council news, the village has  been authorized to hire up to 13 students under a government summer "environment enhancement" program.  The provincial department of labor  will contribute $400 per month towards  the wages of the students during the  two month program, which starts July 1.'  Mayor Larry Labonte felt the village's  tourist booth could be manned by students under the scheme.  Other work projects could include  cleaning up local parks and streets, he  said.  'If we don't use the 13 children, the  money will be given to other villages,",  noted Labonte. "There is a lot of work  to be done in the parks."  Hume reported that he had been investigating. means of' controlling stray  dogs in the village. '*���"  From brochures he had examined, "it  looks expensive."  The alderman will make a full report  on dog control at a future meeting.  &1C-Y cite  GIBSONS���Road repairs in ,the village are  being held up by a shortage of graders,  according to Aid  Ted Hume,  chairman  of council's roads committee.  "There are problems/on quite a few  roads," he said. "Shaw Road is bad. We  will get a grader when we can, but there  are none available."  The "works crew also will be looking  at the road  leading to the small park  on the bluff, he reported. "It's breaking  up pretty badly."  Hume said he had examined the ditch  running through an easement on S. K.  Metcalfe's Sargent Road property and  recommended council to supply two  lengths of half-shell culvert for Metcalfe  to install himself.'  Metcalfe had threatened legal action  against the municipality unless the ditch  was culverted at village expense.^  Council previously offered him two  half culverts free of charge if he installed them 'himself.  "I  recommend  we    make the  same  ...GIBSONS���Gibsons Winter Club has sold  \,\ almost halfxthe target number of debentures offered to finance a curling rink  *in -the-village.  Approximately   125  debentures,  cost-  -  7irig $200 each, have been sold to local  /Residents. The target is^ 300."~~  ,*"'���, blub spokesman, Gary McDevitt, said  /'.the' non-profit organization was presently  (awaiting word on its application for a  ��� ^provincial community recreational grant  .'���amounting to one-third of the $150,000  total projected cost of the rink.  '   Proposed site of the rink, which is  7 slated to form the core of 'a community  recreation complex, is  on  a parcel of  crown land fronting Highway 101 near  ���N^.-j ', the Twilight Theatre. '    ���"���  - , j ,,? Village council learned March 26 that  the lands branch was prepared to sell  the property for a total of $105.  , Aldermen agreed to purchase the five  acre plot "for that price and lease a portion of it to the Winter Club for its  rink.  Estimated cost of the rink  itself, is -  $110,000. An additional $30,000 to $40,000  will be required for ice-making equipment.  If all 300 debentures are sold, this  will raise $60,000 .towards the project.  The government grant, .estimated at  $50,000, will produce enough additional  revenue to build the rink.  "We have a line on some used ice-  making equipment," said McDevitt. "This  should save us $25,000 to $30,000."  Debenture-holders will be entitled to  curl two evenings "a week for an annual  membership fee of between $55 and $75,  said McDevitt.  Annual membership for non-debenture-holders will be about $80.  In its grant^application, the Winter  Club committed itself to providing skating during the off-season.  "We hope to provide- two weeks of  skating before the curling season starts,  10 days to two weeks at Christmas and  possibly two weeks at the end of the  season," said McDevitt.  As soon as the lands branch officially  turns over the rink site to the municipality, a lease wilU-be drawn up between  the village and the Winter Club.  We hope to have.the land cleared in  the grant and debentures sell well, we'll  start building' in May."  Th,e curling rink. is projected as the  first phase of a recreation complex featuring' skating and other winter sports.  ^ Debentures may vbe obtained from  Gary McDevitt, Royal Bank manager,  Dick Blakeman at Super Valu, or from  any Winter Club member.  Nothing spoils friendship so much as  .an exaggeration of a-friend's merits.  i  NOW also CARS  Daily, Weekly or Monthly  Rates  SUNSHINE RENTALS  886-2848 ���  885-2528  885-2151  evenings  J  Due to apparent demand for bus service on the Redrooffs Road,  S.M.T. Coach Lines Ltd. will continue to serve this area. .  To substantiate the necessity of this service S.M.T. Coach Lines  Ltd. will, for the period of April 1, 1974 through to June'30,  1974 take a full passenger count of all fares using bus service  between Halfmoon Bay and the junction of Redrooffs Road 'and  Highway 101. This passenger count will be the determining  factor for the continuance of bus service on the Redrooffs Road.  SJM.T. COACH UMES LTD.  !������--��-�����������-MB  .aaaaaanaaaaaauaauaaaaaaaaaaaaamaaaaaaaauaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa  amnonm.  offer," said Hume.    Metcalfe had complained that heavy April and we will be ready to start build  water flow along the storm drain was mS in May,", said McDevitt. "If we ge  causing serious erosion of its banks.  "If he had chosen to accept our offer  before, he wouldn't have this problem  now," said the alderman.  Council is to inform Sunshine Coast  Disposal that its application for a business license to operate in the village will  be approved.  "If they are going to operate here,-  they might as well do it legally," said"* j  Mayor Larry Labonte.  referring to the,]; i  company's present garbage collection ac-.  tivities in Gibsons.  oP cJDi&tinction  TO FIT  EVERY BUDGET FROM  VL  In  the   old   days,   when  things   got  rough, what you did was without.  }_?  1��  1972 MODEL,  $275.00  Phone 885-2897  Sl^^S^^^S^^^^^^S  M  M  loorcoverinqS  LTD.        *  Gibsons    ��    886-7112  fa Carpets fa-Tiles  fa Linoleums fa Drapes  9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tues. - Sat.  CLOSED MONDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  We NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located in the new offices of Trail BayDDesign  at the traffic light  ��  Phone 885-2713  j  Ejected by acclamation . .  est'ad"  i  FRANK West of Gibsons was elected acting chairman of the- Municipal Finance  Authority and Mayor Ron Andrews of  North Vancouver municipal district was  re-elected to his third term as chairman.  'Both were eleoted by acclamation.  West is chairman of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District.  Andrew's report was read by former  Saanich mayor Hugh Curtis who is now  an MLA. Andrews is in hospital recovering from an operation.  The MFA, established by the provincial government four years ago, borrows  funds on behalf of regional districts and  municipalities. All 20 regional districts in  B.C. are members of the MFA.  Andrews reported that the authority  has now sold nine issues totalling $76.8  million, Throe of these issues, totalling  $19.2' million,.' have been sold within the  last month, the most recent a $0.8 million  ��� 0 per cent sinking fund Issues purchased  by the Municipal Superannuation Fund,  which is controlled by 'the government.  The Issue is due In, 191)4 and the not  price realized by the, authority Is $08,75,  a yield cost of 0.15 per cent.  The chairman said the MFA's seven-  man  board off trustees  "is  particularly  pleased with this sale, it shows ,the mar- ,  kef that there Is, in fact, interest by the '  province in purchasing   the   Municipal ,  Finance Authority bonds, and this should  assist the authority in marketing bonds  in the Canadian market in the future."  It is the first issue sold by the MFA  to a B.C. government fund.  In addition to Andrews and West, the  other members of the 1074 board of  trustees are: Mayor A. M. Sheppard of  Mackenzie (Franer-Fort, George Regional  District), Mayor Mjuni S. Evera of Now  Westminster (Greater Vancouver Regional  JDistrlct), Aid, Jim .Stuart of Kelowna  (Central Okanogan Regional District), all  reTelected, and Mayor Peter . Pollen of '  Victoria ������ (Capital Regional, District) and ,  Mayor Peter Lostor of Prince Rupert  (Skeena-Quecn Charlotte Regional Dls-  tnlot) who are new trustees.  Pollen and Lester replaced Hugh Curtis of Sannlch nnd D.,M. Beaton, of the  Nanaimo Regional District, who have left  regional government office.  O Cement Septic Tank Spallations  ~.ll,��.����...^lr..U^.l^^ ������aa.-^.laii.M.aU-aHUaia^  ��   Ujitchlna   -   C*xcavatlna  # land Clearing ~ Road Building  -'���������   ijravel and  =T|  ~ mmmmmmmmm  886-2830 $50 reward stands . . .  IfdLiidoIis  ����� i ia.  - _*  *jf**fr+. j��.  GIBSONS���Aldermen are becoming increasingly concerned" about vandalism  in the village.  In recent weeks, the Gibsons family-  headstone in Pioneer Park has been overturned twice, in spite of its 600 pound  weight.'  Cars 'have,.been drag raced around  Dougal Park,'causing considerable damage to the tuff.    '   .,  "We will have -to emphasize to the  RCMP that we have to have a little  more protection," said Mayor Larry Labonte after the incidents were brought  up at council's"March 26 meeting.  Aid. Kurt Hoehne reported that the  headstone had been pulled to the ground  by an automobile after being hooped onto  it by a rope.  Since the incident, the marker has  been-bolted to the ground, he, noted.  Aid. Winston Robinson, chairman of  council's parks  committee, said he had .  authorized the.-(.expenditure of  $292 for  installation of posts around Dougal Park  to discourage "drag racing".,We have had  quite a problem with this'," he said.  The recently installed street signs in  the village would probably "be anothei  target for vandals, felt Aid. Ted Hume.  Municipal clerk Jack Copland-told The  Times that vandalism to the Pioneer Park  headstone has cost taxpayers an estimated  $100 to date for the works crew to right  it.  He reminded - local residents that the  village will pay a< reward of $50 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of vandals found damaging municipal property.  "We would appreciate it if anyone who  sees acts of vandalism contacts the local  RCMP detachment immediately," he said  %'3*K  Page B-2 ,. The Peninsula Times  Wednesday/ April 3, 1974    .  jmiNnattimtaaaiaaiMaaaiainiamaiaaaaaaaaaiiaaaaaaaiiaaiiiiiial-  it-Ik-'       "L<_   r a*Z��ihl"���t  Indignant woman to luscious-looking  librarian: "Funny you haven't that book.  My'husband said you had everything."  __^.  n��       -  >\  M  i^^is  E  SH^v,  m  sf.y  s  m  M  |S|;'V"  t  m  w  M  ^^'  aW  e  *.               .  ^P��.        t  - ���*'�����  ^r^Nfe    i  .i\  3  *       "  *  3  OVER 30 PARENTS attended recent   School in Gibsons.  In addition, to    ents were, shown a presentation on  open house at Jack and Jilll Play    displays of children's artwork,. par-    the work of the .child-minding group.  | freezer Meats of i  | all kinds... |  |   Terms Arranged at Bank Rates |  I     GLYi 5  |       Garden Bay Store - 883-2253  I     "Fine Meats for Fine People"  ���mmniiaiiiMiuiiniiiiiiiiiamimiiiiHii  * 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!  ���mnaauHntHiiinaiMMai  iinniianmnninuuii  * Here's an economical way to  reach 3,744 homes (15,000  readers) every week. Your fld  waits patiently for ready reference.  .  .  .  anytimel  yjmtHIIMiMliMIMIaiMIlalalllllMIIIIIMIMiailliliniliailllM  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus: 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office * Residential * Wake-up Calls   .  * Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Coll"  _ ^85-2245  p   ���^'f^-  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  We Repair:  - email kitchen & household applianceo  - vacuum cleaners.'- power tools ��� electric  .motors - almoit.jpjiything small enough to  carry in.  JOHN BUNYAN'S VARIETY  & ENTERPRISES  Cowrie* Street, Sechelt 885-9343  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  .  :'j    Architectural iJBHildera  C. ' and Development /Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  Vancouver: 731-3448  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  BUILDING SUPPLIES .  A. C. RENTALS & BUILblNG  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  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE 81 ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic.Products  Pine Road & Grandview Avenue  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Servico for Disc Brakes  and Drum Prakes  ��� Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  ,      Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Socholt Branch ��� Phono 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phono 886-2201  Paiidor Branch ��� Phono, 883-2711  Box 153, Madoira Park  7','77-. 777:..... hours: ^ ���.���..,;..7.-.:  Jechelt; Tuesday-Thursday JO a.m. to 3 p,m.  Frl, )0 a.m. tq 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons 6\ Pender: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  Froo Estimates  FRED DONLEY  Pander Harbour - 083-2403  or 003^99^2  m ������ ��������� '~,mma-'.mmmm,..mm<mmK-,>mmm^.m^m^^.,m.>m.mmK .��.������ ..,_.��� ���������-. p.- ��� ��� -.w ���.,  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basement* - Driveways - 3��ptl�� Tanke  Stumps - Ditch LIam  Call for a frM estimate any time  TID DONLIY Pander Harbour 883-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  "       G(iniral Building Contractor*���  All Work Guaranteed  Phono 885-2622  Box 73, Socholt, B.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your  Building Needs  PHONI VIRN.  005-353- or 006-2144  I f ft  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  .7"   ./p^.T^rLTp. ' _*  -r  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  Madeira Park  Phono 883-9911   J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe - Cat  Wator, Sower, Drainage Installation  v   . Land Clearing ���  :       FREE ESTIMATES;  L&H SWANSON LTD.  '.     READY-MIX CONCRETE  . Sand and Gravel - Backhoe  Ditching r Excavations        I" ', ���  PORPOISE DAY  ROAD  085-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  CONTRACTORS  (cont.)  PenConPump   -  CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  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  DIVMG   SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage - Wet Suits  Clean Air: $1.75 for 72 cu. ft.  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gi&sohs Buildinge_>upj>lio8' '  Phone 886-2642  ELECTRICIANS  ��� -���..-..a... _..>T    ,m     -. ->    -   -    am a-Hani      .      ��� -     .   �� -.   ��� .���  ���    - n��� -    - ���      -  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  MACHINE SHOPS  At the Sign of the Chavran  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marine Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721      Res. 886.9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���  GENERAL. MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  (Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  24 HOUR SERVICE  Sechelt ���  885-2523 days ��  885-2108 eves.  P. V. Sorvicco Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all ���hgulrlw to:  Dispatcher at 883-2733, oves. 886-9244  Offlc* Hour* 8:30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs     ������,;���  ���','    Walks - Driveways ,  "^���mn-.niT.ii.irii   -,-- ..   -r . ti   ..    i7i 11. i i iu~ r i~i- -11 'T r -i  ���   i-   ii - ii i --ii ,--- r~- -i���,-,-. r--i|  Land Clearing - Roqd Pulldlng  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Tolophona 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madoira Park, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing �� Excavation! - Road Bulldlno  Grading - Fill�� Rood Gravtl�� Cruih��d Rock,  Phona Sechelt 885-9550  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic Tank -7- Ditching  Excavating -��� Land C|��arina  Road Dulldlng ��� Grav��l ��i Fill  .,���..,......^.���.,.��������W..���.,���������..,.0B6-J1830��� ������  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD."~���~  *    Gravol - Fill - Drlvawny*  Dasomonts - Light Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  Phono 006-2237 day�� or ��ve��.  Dox 13, Glb*on��, P.C.  Use these spaces to  roach nearly  12,000 people  ' every week!  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R.  1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  �����*���   WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Reiidential - Indu-trlal - Commercial  AH work guaranteed - Fro* estimates  Jm McCenn, Pox 157, Madeira Park  Pheaa 8B3-9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  , Ph. 005-9970  '; "��� ', I ', ; . , ,i  Residential- Commercial - Industrial,  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  FUEL  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your ,  1SSO PRODUCTS  ^^IMPERlAL^KSp*DJEALEft-^--*;  Phone 883-2663  Madoira Park, B.C.  FLOORING - CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Konnott", sales manager  Phono 886-2765   ��� 11   '��� m  i ��������� ��� i  HAIRDRESSERS  ^  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlorino^ Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street ,   Phone  Sechelt ' ��� 885-2818  HOTELS  '    a.,i���i.i.n.ii.i.,.- I.II.I.I..III.-.II ...... .ii-ii 11.11  .,.ii.i-.i._..ii wiiii..--. .���m.-imiia. i...ili.__..iiMiii_a-...H��-ini ���ua,  PENPER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park   ' Phona 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Partlos  ���Full Hotal Facllll  '\    ' . 4  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  ��� Canoei  ���JRunabeurs  ��� Used Boat Sale*  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOBILE  HOME  SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  '.    (dlv.   of   Soa   Coast   Sheet   Metal   Ltd,)  O  Complete Maintenance  O  Do-lt-Yourself Trallor Skirting  24-Hr  Dox 920, Sechelt    ^eryic'Q     Tel. 885-2712  MOVING  & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  '    Household Moving,' Packing^ Storage  Packlho Materials for( sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No, 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1  Gib.one  HEATING & PLUMBING cont.  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating- Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All y/ork guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing .  Roy Blanche -883-2401  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  p ���FREE ESTIMATES-���  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  ,;, Soleo and,Sai^i��a-Tr. 8.86-9533 "  Everything for the Do-It-Yoursolfer .  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coatet 886-7685  Ray Coatee 886-9533 or 886-7872  REFRIGERATION  SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION   &  APPLIANCE  SERVICE  ���Used appliances for solo���  Pratt Road, Gibsons  886-9959  ROOFING  (Cont.)  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES ��� SHINGLES ������ DUROID  order your shakes early - check our prices first  ��  Custom shakes split to order  @   Roof repairs  ��   Eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Sechelt Phone 885-2553  ROOFING ���RE-ROOFING  * Repairs  * Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  SEWING  MACHINES   BERN INA  Sales and Service to all  makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SIGN PAINTING  AL'S SIGN'TIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc."  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  NURSERY  Mack's Nursery - Roberts Crook  Landscaping -Shrubs - Fruit Tnsos' - Fertilizer  Dorry Plants - Bedding Plants- Peat Mom  Fully Licensed pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping''and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  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  RENTALS  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK J, PECKER,^O^TJDMCTRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248  , Socholt - Mondays - 885-9712  PAINTING &  DECORATING  ���*���' "���"������" '��� '"' "���'" -"'" ��� ��� �����"���'�������������� '"���a ���ii 1 ��� I..I.I���1-��������������aa���aa-a���������a^-������-I  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 9A, 'Socholt, B.C.  Phone 005-2107  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All typos of Pointing  Private & Commercial  , ���.��� .,,,.,,,,���.���,������,��., General Delivery..,..,,...,..,,,.  ,..,���.���,  Madeira Park. B.C.  883-2678  PLUMBING  &   HEATING  G & E Plumbing fi, Heating Ltd.  .Plumbings Repairs and Installations  . Blocked Drains - Hot Wat��r Heating  CERTIFIED PLUMDER . Ed Ch.uUt.ol.  FrM Mimotes 006-7630  Dox 163, Glbions  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems - Compressors - Rototlllers ^.Generators - Pumps -  7 Earth Tampers  Sunshine CoaitHwy. fii Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2585  '     Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  COAST RENTALS  Domestic &,Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooors to Lighting  ;; ,^77^7,. 77.7;',PJants777V.; / \;7.',,;  R.R,  1, Davis Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETt- FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF, BASEMENTS "  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  ,  883-2612/88^2848/885-2359 even.  :   " ������������ '       p' -  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North Rood, Olbeom  "W�� Rent or Sell Almost Evorythlno"  Typewriters �� Lighting Plants - TfllevHIons ���  Roto Tillers -Cement Mixer* .Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 886-2848' ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Dox 13, Gibeone, B.C. - Phone 086-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5;30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  ���:.., LTD-;'.'1.  Heavy Equipment Movlno A Leg Towlns  L. HIGGS  :7':;:.;77:7;Phon��:,88s.942i,;^7;  TREE TOPPING  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE  Socholt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES.: HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS .  Phono 885-9713  ROOFING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ��� Complete Tree Strylce  ��� Prompt, guaranteed, insured werk  ��� Prices you can trust  Phono 885-2109  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  " \ - cloan-up your wooded areas      |"."  �� romovo lower limbs for vlow      !  - top toll I roes adjacent lo buildings  ���       ,   Marv Velon 886-9597  pk-MSSMMaa-MMMt-Wa-MM-MM^^  T.V. end RADIO, _^  J8(C ELECTRONICS  PMILCO-FORD SALES A, SERVICE  -7-W0 service oil brands���.       ,K,V  005-2560  next to Coast Coble Vision  SECHELT  'tf\  BILL BLACK ROOFING  8, INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES -TAR & GRAVEL  NEW. ROOF or RE-ROOF  Don 281. Gibsons  886-7320  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Sales and Service  r. Amihorlxed,Pooler, and .Repair,,Dopot for- ,.  QUASAR (Motorola) 8, PHILCO  Cowrie $tn*t, Sechelt ������ Thwie II5-X171  ��� ���' '.'..'     ' .'   ' '  SUNSHINE COAST T,V. SALES  ..,,,,���,,,,���,A.,.SERVICE..,,LTD.   .    .     -  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ��� DerK Van Hc��s  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT",  Don 799, Sechelt ���^ Phone 005-9016  CLOSED ON MONDAYS Wednesday, April 3, 1974  The Ponit&sulo "timm  Pego S-3  Sechelt lanes  LADIES Tuesday League: High single���  - Vera Adams 269, 255, 227. High three���,  Vera Adams 75l, Fran Starrs 587, Fern  Nelson 536.        '- "  Ladies Wednesday: Esther Berry 636,  I_il McCourt.635, Hazel Skytte 641, Mary  Henderson 622.  Coxtanexdal: Marg Humm 602  (278),  Mary Henderson 262, Esther Berry 643,.  Pali^ Porter 668 (277).     .  . Friday Ball and Chai'n-nMarch 29:  Terry Phillips 723, Pete Sapow 653, Bub-1  bles Creighton 630, Sybil Skewchuck (293)  689, Glen Clark (288)  766, Eve Worth-  ington 616, Ed Nicholson (334) 751.  I  1  Arena News  Phillip.  manager.  Sunshine Coast Arena  week through a short article such  this we will endeavor to keep you  on the progress of your ice arena.  Replace your sunken logs  your present boathouse  is with proper floatation under   ��  . 7 . suitable for tie-up buoys.   ��  _aaaaaaa_^_-aaaaBaaBaaaaaaaa_a-Bn*a-aaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaBaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaa gk  This type of floatation is used tires, pressure-filled, fe  SSuK&Itoa*   l,wM^yrofoan,;nwunted undor a wooden platform and   |  ^ ��     , ...��,        B . M__a.___k___4_,2f>____>__��f   mn.SSBm   M��l��a>lBi��_<l    JiJiHa    AHal   ����{!�� 9  with respect to the use and who will  benefit the most.  The  answer, of course,., is that the  community  on  the  whole  will benefit,  I  pre-drilled with galvanised bolts end nails.  At elementary school . . .  MADEIRA PARK- shuffleboard aces  ���ol  GIBSONS���Juvenile soccer teams iron, -cavalcade."  Gibsons, Sechelt and Vancouver will Soccer days  used to  be an annual    Lanoway, left, and Ruth Walker,  take part in a gala soccer, day, slated for event, he explained, but the last was held  April 7 by the Sunshine Coast Juvenile two yeais ago.  Soccer League.                                  - "This year, we decided to go all the  According to co-ordinator Ray Whiting, way. and try to get people interested in  there will be something for everyone. In *ne sport.                             .���;.,.  addition  to juvenile   team  competition, Twelve  local Yearns  will -be  taking  matches will be staged between parents P3^ in addition to five from the Van-  and even local RCMP members are ex- oouver area.  pected to take part. Hot dogs and pop Soccer day will start at 10 ajn. on  will be available *** ^wo G-bsons Elementary School play-  key games, figure skating (patch, free  style and dance), adult and junior general skating, broombali and curling.  What is important is that the Sunshine  Coast is' getting a very special addition  to the development of a well-organized  community. The arena is the beginning.  ,.   , ,.      , ���    j -t     ���_    1-et's hope we can all get together and  display trophies they received March    provide constructive objectives that will  30 at Legion branch 112 annual suf-    eventually see a recreation complex that  fleboard dinner-dance and presenter   is s_rP��ndto ?**"*���. .- _ .  . . .   ���    , ,        , -.   , , The very fact that this commximty has  tion night. Back row, from left Mu-    a facility o�� this kind ^^ what can be  riel Vinblaad, Charlie Hauka,  Pat   done;  Garrison.   Seated,  from left,   Mark        Debenture holders, because of their  /-uu---.  -0-.-V., /-������*�� wi-.'  Trv�� iv/r��r��,Q����     financial commitment, will receive some  Gilker, Becky Gamble, Joe McCann.   priorities. ^^ ^ be a saving over  At front are "skunk-holders'' Hazel    having to pay the regular admissions, and  a bar. The Liquor Control Board rulings  are going to designate that the bar be  restricted to debenture holders and their  guests. Debentures in a complex like this  have a tendency to appreciate in value; as ���  we get closer to the point where we must  restrict their sale. Debentures may be ob-.  tained from Trail Bay Sporting Goods in  Sechelt,- at a cost of $250.  MADEIRA PARK���Two hundred Legio-       ' Watch your arena grow, come up and  naires and guests attended the annual    take a look at the site, there are" usually  i  i  i  i  T'lKfi  I  will carry 4,400 lbs.  $645��9B piles taxes  Price increase due lo rapidly rising lumber costs.  ��� 32' Aluminum c/w Plywood Decking ��� 30" wide ��� $621.50  �� Lightweight all welded construction ������ bring in for winter  ^    ��� Corrosion Resistant ��� long life, built in B.C. to suit B.C.  Truck reported stolen  from Peninsula Hbtel  boys from each team will be picked for  an all-star team..  Participating teams and coaches are  as follows:  GIBSONS���Police are on the lookout-for          DIVISION 8���Pintos, Kevin Murphy; est end���Muriel Vinblaad; most indivi-  a 1966 GMC % ton pickup truck that     Mustangs,  John    Thorold;' Colts,    John dual points���Becky Gamble,  was reported stolen from the Peninsula     Cottrell; Pee Wee Warriors, Father Fitz- Top team at end-of-year (before play-  Hotel parking lot March 28.          ��� c '         gerald.                                                         ' offs)���Becky Gamble and Mark Gilker;  The yellow, four-wheel drive vehicle        j^10^ "^Nomads, Don Horeman Legion branch 112 inier-house ���P-Joe  is owned by hotel manager Ken Pawliuk.     ?,nd Tomi^y^lT D���S^r Flyers, Doug McCann and Becky    Gamble;    Wmston  ��� D^m/TD /1��� mu   nv   *   ��. . ___.   i_ 7     E1son and Fred Hearne; Warriors, Alex Churchill    inter-house      .trophy���Becky  RCMP told The Tunes that -Hie truck,   Jackson. Tee Men mSt Brian Mott_shaw. Gamble and Charlie Hauka.  was probably stolen for use in the bush          DIVISION 5-Caledonians, Ed Gill and The Madeira Park Legion team also  See you all on the ice.  Any  criticisms  or  questions on  the  _,      ���   -.      ,,.-              ,    -.            arena can be addressed to Box 957, Sech-  Payoffs-Joe McCann    and1    Dnma    elt and x ^ try to answer them here.  Newick; top spare���'Pat Garrison; high-    dance prizes,  Award winners were as follows:  DISTRIBUTORS  �� P.O. Box 24 GARDEN BAY       883-2671 or 434-9158  ^MFIIMMgiMtMIFMIMtmmiillMMiglMMMtfmMtBeMrMiMimfa  I  \  I  since its resale value was so low. Jake Kiausen; Kenmac Bombers, Terry  A four-wheel drive Jeep was stolen Connors and Steve Esslemont; Gibsons  from the hotel last year and never re- ' Tigers, Gil Musgrove and BiU Phillips;  covered.                         < Totems, Tom Paul.  Reports indicate that the ignition key Coordinators of the event are Ray  was left in Pawlluk's vehicle..      - ; >     i and Sue Whiting and Gil Ivjusgrove.   ,  won the Garden Bay Hotel inter-house  trophy.,  The girl who thinks no man is good  enough for her may be right���also, she  may be left.  Nowbffewedi inBritish Columbia  Carlsberg has' long been tho world \s most exported Lager beer. Now  Carlsberg, the glorious beer of Co|Venhagcn,' Is brewed right here  In J-rltlsh Columbia, And because it's"now' brewed here, you can  enjoy Carlsberg fresh from the Brewery,  Carlsberg;,, brewed with all the skill and tradition of Denmark to  j taste of Canadian beer drinkers, Discover Carlsbejrg for yourself,  the  ACT NOW I Tomorrow May Be Too Late!  ���r^.>^MnmiMywMp*npv��i.Mifa*-*p^vp*4Vv|MV"-*pf*aMMqQNMMiM*-inp^*M.m  -rj. p.",'  -.  1   . '    '   --..,1.   ��.  >mW  ' "  p. �� fc.  wfti w_._wi ���a.n��rfii.  s  ~3nwrm_n_.ifa  jbra-��wn ������  ���P   MM    W ���    I   .    ������      m    ������ _������!..      Wl  i-sW.: ^���^���:*-.-�����_*_; *����������:  Wednesday, April 3, 1974        The Peninsula Times  Pago  V  *  .   r  -rr***  IS  f  i I. ?  EXAMINING DOLL'S house at Jack   and Ron Watt and his daughter, Kim-    30 parents to attend repent open house  and Jill Play School, Gibsons, are   my. Louis and Ron were two of over - at.the child minding co-op.  Louis Vignal and daughter Lisa, left, ,:,>,.  ^"  ��� fiA   " "   '    '   ��� '    *> .* :L  "'-Cafe a   ! -J* >r-  r  ;-'������*��� 'v       ���   ,��     ' .Ir   *���* '��� 9I&  '.:"������   '7''"fe..te'^  ,#%L,'-e>--  ���-i; ;?�����.'  **���:_��..���*_:  \K\L___\L  A.  j  --1 ������  "I  DID THIS   ONE," says young pressed hy what they saw, many of                           ���'  Joey to her father, John Spark of the 30 parents attending made en- G^ST}��!   OTOllD  '.Gibsons,' during recent open house quiries about enrolling their children. ^awojj/CA   S*v'u'i/  " at; Jack, and J|ll Play School. Im- ��� ��� , . ������,7,-1: :���,..���'���'������    v ���   '��� 7',7-  ^^.���...������������������.������-'���������.������������������������������-���-���������-  ������'���--���--���    '  '   ...    ���   im.i      iiiaimiai     , 111     1    .1 ^   - ������    ������-     . ^     .1   ���������i-i.ii'-l     ii^   ���  Minibus tund ^w.  6     ' l| - 1  Wording drawings-approved ...  FIRST major step in the reconstruction  of Elphinstone Secondary School was  taken March 28 when the school board  agreed to advertise for general contractors interested in co-ordinating the rebuilding project.     ' ���"  Applicants will be .screened by  the  district's   architects   and   tenders  called  from suitable contractors.        '  .   Secretary-treasurer Jim Metzler said'  the district would then,enter into a negotiated contract with the lowest bidder.  This arrangement would save money  over the conventional tendering process,  he told trustees.  "We will be able to deal with the  contractor on expected price increases,  rather than have him generously allow  for them in a firm tender," he said.  "When costs are rising so fast, this  seems to be the best way, of achieving  the lowest final price for the school."  Metzler said the department of education had approved this method of soliciting a contractor.  Letters of intent from interested firms  must be submitted by April 5. Bu then,  final plans and specifications for the proposed 600-student school will have been  prepared.  The   secretary   noted   that   working  We believe  Sechelt firemen donate  challenge omers  to perform  ' DAVIS BAY���A 26-voice high school  choir, the Living Sounds, from Fouxtfi  Memorial Church, Spokane will appear in  concert, Friday, April 5 at 7:30 p,m. at  Sunshine Coast Gospel Church, saldl Pastor Fred Wapora.  During spring vacations over,tho post  TAG DAY for Target 10,000, the fund-  ployoo Union Local 180, Sechelt Garden    six years, the group has toured the north-  raislnfi program to purchase a minibus-   Contro, Campbell's Variety Store, Ladies    west  presenting   Inspirational   programs  to servo the Sunshine Coast, raised $150    Auxiliary,   Legion   branch   109,   Pender    tor    churches,    colleges,    penitentiaries,  on Saturday in Madeira Park, said John   Harbour Hospital Auxiliary, Senior CM*    mental institutions  and civic organlza-  Lewls   chairman '    izens Association Branch 69, B.C. Hydro,    tlona,   .  Lowla oxnrcised annrcclatlon to Jim   Vancouver, Secholt Flro Department, Sun-       Contemporary muslb ' ranging   from  Murray of ffidoy ffiet and to lo2   shine Coast Gospel, Church, wnUnm Gaiihcr's  Get  All Excited, to  .'Cub Pnck Jim and Gladys RldgewoU and Peter Fro-    morrow ond Christ Is Everything, will bo  a,��rii����"n* in nm   nn,r nnriimr ht 4   ">ngcr in Jtoberta Crook and Jerry Will-    featured. The more traditional arronec-  ,  Starting at 10J^nna JX"8,^*   lams, Halfmoon Bay.       ,                           monts of Jesus Loves Mo and Like, a  !Z^A^^^��SSS.        Xil����n Peters, physlo-thernpy aide at    Wver Glorious will bo Included;  itim. This is just one eortcrote oxamplo   ft.' Mary's wna responsible for the. n��k,<- ;. .JwjWwP >��� -*>*�����* ^wo long-  of ��ow a cub-pack and  eventually a   ing and solllnK of over 000 Snoopysi          play records,  scout troop can add to a community. Area standings to date; Secholt, $2,160;  " ���;   "Cubmaster Gary Bennett and assist-    Roberts Creek, $530; Gibsons, $401; Half- For 40 years a certain coffee has been  nnt cubmaster Allen Tlwmpson can bo    moon^ Bfty,;$30S; Pender Harbour, $170    advcrUBlng,f "Good  to the  Last Drop."  extremely proud of their cubs. A rosoun-    and Port Mellon, $27. We'll soon find out.   ding thank you from the transportation  fund. '  "Target 10,000 wlU bo that much closer to completion because ot the gonor-  ' oslty of Ponder Harbour residents," Mid  Lewis.  ' ,  Sechelt   Volunteer;   Flro   Department  challenged all other Suhshlno Coast flro  *~'J"^dcparlmonlfl lo match or batter,tholr con<  trlhullon of $100 to tho fund, snld Dean  Robilliard, secretary pf the department,  Lowlii said the campaign now tops  $3,700 on tho 3Bth day,  _��.^OT^ww^Olb8on_,.,,la_becomlnit,���ttc.tlyo,���8rdd_M"  wis. Two of tho area's most entitle, com-  munlty minded glrln, Amy Blnln and Ivy  Richards aro heading a Snoopy WlU for  Gibsons, Snoopy work parties nro under-  wny. Volunteers can phone 60fl��701Q or  OM-D0R0.  Appreciation has been expressed to;  Secholt Legion,1 R. R. Doyle Logging Co,,  W>' S. Rrodlo Log Sorting, Hospital, Emr  By Elder and Sister Warren L. Jones  Church   of   Jesus   Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints.  A STORY is told of a young man in an  airplane, who was faced with the  challenge of landing the plane after the  pilot had suddenly died at the controls.  Neither this man nor his two companions had ever piloted a plane. His only  hope of landing safely was to make radio  contact with an experienced pilot on the  ground, who could give him directions  and keep up his hope and courage. Fortunately, he was able to contact an experienced pilot at ground control, who  was willing to give him the necessary, instructions and reassurance. J  After some experimenting in operating  the controls under direction, the new pilot  managed to make a rough but safe landing.  > He did it by listening carefully to the  voice of the experienced pilot on the  ground, by placing his faith in him, by  curbing his fears and doubts and by  obeying the voice coming quietly to him  over the radio.  His realization of his own inadequacy  and of his need for help from someone, of  greater wisdom, made'him humble and  receptive to counsel.. He was sincere in  asking for help and eager to obey the  instructions. And finally, he was deeply  grateful.  The need, conditions xuid power of  prayer are much like this. When a person recognizes his own inadequacy and  his dependency upon a higher intelligence, this realization makes him humble;  then his mind is receptive to instructions.  When he is willing to Obey to the best  of 'his ability, and when he is grateful  for 'help given, then he knows the meaning and worth of prayer.  Why do we pray? We pray because  God has commanded us to do so for our  own good. It is a form of communication  that he has' provided between < his children and himself.  For what do we pray? We pray to express to God1 our thanks for blessings  received. We pray for forgiveness and lor  guidance, for wisdom and courage in making decisions, and for help in developing  ourTcharacter., We pray for light,as we  study and seek for, truth., We pray for the  things we need to sustain .life and for the  things we desire to make life pleasant and  satisfying. We pray for others as well as  ourselves.       ,  We pray to the Lord concerning all  our problems, asking guidance jba bur  righteous endeavors. We work to achieve  our goals as if everything depended on  usj and we pray as If everything depended oh God.  drawings of the school had been approv-.  ed by ^Victoria. :  When the,lowest tender has been accepted, details of the firm's .bid will be  forwarded to the department of education,- which will then approve emergency  funding to supplement the insurance settlement for Elphinstone if the tender is  considered acceptable.  Tenders will be 'called' only, for reconstruction of Elphinstone.  No site, has yet been chosen- for the  proposed junior. secondary school in the ���  Sechelt area. ,  " -  - But if upcoming government legislation is passed, allowing school boards to  finance building projects without a referendum, funding for the Sechelt. school  could be put through after publication of  a capital expenditure proposal, explained  Metzler.  In other board news, trustees authorized' spending of up to $50,000 to construct playing fields at the new school.  Although the board had considered  hiring a Vancouver firm to design and  engineer. the sports, facilities, building  committee chairman Peter Prescesky reported that, maintenance superintendent  Bob Butter had found a set of old plans '  for a proposed playing field complex at  Elphinstone.  ��� Rutter felt that school district forces  would, have "no difficulty" in constructing a top quality, all-weather field from  the plans, said Prescesky.  The proposed fields will feature a  network of tile under the turf for drainage and controls to adjust the water table  at different times of the year."  Work will start as soon as possible on  clearing and ditching the playing field  site, which lies farther behind the new  school than the previous fields.  The area will- be levelled^as soon as  it is dry enough thebear the weight of  heavy equipment.  Proposed facilities include a soccer  and football pitch and baseball diamonds.  A 440-yard track will be constructed  at a future date, explained Prescesky.  ituinniaiiaiiiiiiiiiaiiiliiiiiliiiaiiiin  m  Gibsons Peritecostel      \  . .^HIGHWAY fi, MARTIN ;    j  ~ ~. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.      ^ |  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.   |  PHONE 886-7107 g  Pastor: Gorry Foster . |  l_MIUUIIIIIIIiUIIUMIIIIIIUUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIUil5  jaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiaiiuir  g .     The United Church       |  g of Canada |  1 SERVICES:                     '5  | St. John's Unite. Church - Dovfa Boy |  | Sunday Services - 9:30 o.m. s  I" Rftberti Creek United Church ' =  i, Sunday Services ��� 2:30 p.m.   ,     . =  �� Gibsons United Church =  s Sundoy Services - 11:15 a.m.  '��� -Jr_  S MINISTRY:            '        . 1'  I Rev. Jim Willamson, Gibsons, 886-2333 ��  Vaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii"'!  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  Sunday School ���  Morning Worship  Evening Service  10:00  11:15  7:30  7:30  7:00  Prayer & Bible Study, Wed.  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri. _  PHONE 885-2671  PASTOR:  FRED NAPORA  a.m.  a.m.  p.m.  p. in.  p.m.  -WHO HAS REALLY HURT  YOUR FEELINGS ?  As we learn to know God as infinite,  divine Love, we can put* aside all sense  of hurt and loss.  Broadcast this Sunday over many stations including CJVB, Vancouver 1470  Kcs. at 9:30 a.m.  .   iheTS^UTH    .  thotHIMS  A Christian Science Radio Series.  Radio announcer: "Tune in again next  week���same station, same time, same  jokes!"  jHiniMiiiiaiiaiimiMiiaiiiaiiiaaiiaaaiiiiiiaiaaiuiaaaiianaiaiiaa  |    BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  f    Calvary Baptist Church  s Pork Road, Gibsons  | Office: 886-2611 Has: 886-7449  g Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.  s Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  | Evening Worship    7:00 p.m.  | Prayer & Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  | Weekly Youth Programs  i    Bethel Baptist Church  s Mermaid & Trail, Sechelt  : Office: 886-2611 Res: 886-7449  1 Sunday SchooM0:00 a.m.  _ Morning Worship 11:15 a.m.  : Prayer & Bible Study Wednesdays 7:30 p.m.  : Weekly Youth Programs  | REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor  wniiimintnimimiiiininnnnmimiaiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiC  ���������_--�� BMa��a_-ii-��----ii��-ii--��-ti---iuiu-u-----  j ��MW��tMWi��WMiiMWWWM��a��i��atwi��iiwai��iiw<aaa��iti��tfaw��aaawaaa>WMiiw  iUMM���-���U-MU-MUB���-JI-ltU--g- W  9:30 p.m. to 1:30 cm.  SATURDAY, APRIL 6th  Bast in Live Entertainment  ''JOIN THE FUN"  Pif^IIISUlA ��-iO��EB_  Jl   ! IW^^^y U      AM Highway 101���Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  m*mm;irw*aaamaammm  -*���������-���' ���*-     li.a���.-Jia,  ���^���^"'^niiii'-fi  ��;gm��mtgfe^^^^  ��� PRESTIGE HOWIE IN LANGDALE HEIGHTS ���  Unsurpassed view. Owner built. Ranch style. On 95'x120'  beautifully landscaped lot. 1780 sq. ft. on main floor. Four  largo bedrboms. Two bathrooms. Utility. 17x21 living room.  Indirect lighting. Sandstone vaglio fireplace. Dining room -  floor-to-ceiling china cabinet. Wall-to-wall throughout. Galley  kitchen complete with coppertone fridge, dishwasher, built-in  oven and range. Basement in-law suite. Own entrance. Two  bedrooms, living room - w/w. Kitchen, dining area. $58,500.  For Appointment Call 886-2313  ^  fcg��gr5,'.-S  "SSBSHS.  ���m^psss^  xzz'Six^ismsBsas^ms^  'Sit6iii.i'iinitim,��'Jti��TiSZ  @CT^K_^vE&^  iBltlitl��i��Wwlli��tl*iilnailiiaii>��>ilii_iiaiia>-i>B��iiiiinii ima aiilmiii miiailtinnuilin  If low  \Jffenna m cJLoccti  IN THE SECHELT AREA DURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS  MONDAY THRU FRIDAY . . . 8.30 A.M, TO 5:00 P.M.  For Sale:  NEW DELUXE EXECUTIVE HO  ..,ji(w1200^Squaro...Foct-.��_u._..���_,.,A' Deluxe .Foatures, throughout home,  f( Wall-to-Wall i\ 3 Bedrooms  V* Cablo Vision \ . .   W 2 Fireplaces  vAr Closo to Shopping Centra W Closed-in Deluxe Garage   ��� _. .�����-i---,.-._���-)-���.p-,...���,���.,_.- ���    ,,.,  |���-.,fr__..���r__1|| ...f��� t f���1....||. ,|1|ln���_r���T|| ���rr-t1���ir-nlrrl1-|lnT rriTin-i i - r~- h in   i in- i i iui.  AND LOCATED RIGHT IN SECHELT   PHONE: M1KO CONSTRUCTION  885-2912 (No Agents)  i  Let us handle ydu Incoming calls when you have to leave your business phone while  you goto lunch or out on call... wo fust switch ovor and do tho root!  tfudtf  flflathon  (located next to HrB. Gordon Agencies)  1,1 ',,'lliall ,',,111 lilt Mllliu.n-ip,-i.i;i  j..'..u.. ���_...,..   .���.���,,,,.,-,..���,. rr.,,l,yi.u ,,ffl   ..^..i    ,,.,,���,���,^-^  COMPLETE STENOGRAPHIC  SERVICES: Letters, Estimates,  Statements, Manuscripts &  Miimtes,       '  O XEROXING FACILITIES  Rupl4 Service ~ 25c a copy_  #-'GESTETNER^WORK: "Stencils  Typed and Run Off��  Detention*885-2325  ^SSS  333  9S  _____& htemdt to   uuomefi  Edited by Joan Proctor - 886-2073  Boys welcome  Junior volunteers sought  to help out at hospital  SIX auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital ' the president of each auxiliary making  Co-ordinating Council meeting was .held up the committee.: Mrs. E. Olsen, Pender  March 26,iri' the board room of the' hos- 7Harbo,ur;   Mrs.   Sue   Beaven,' Halfmoon  pitaL . '   ,. -  Volunteer'director, Eve Moscrip/ has  put out a'callior junior volunteers. There -.  are a few -girls who have indicated they'  have time in the' afternoon and wish to  spend it helping others. -  Girls 15 and over,are needed to take  around the library cart, fix flowers, work  in extended care ' for. a few examples.  Interested persons may phone Mrs. Moscrip, 885-9322, and she- will be happy to  put you to work for a "couple of hours.  As the weather gets better, help will  be appreciated wheeling, the patients to  the outdoors! Boys interested in this work  would not be turned away.  The Gift, Shop chairman announced  a spectacular display of Easter, Gifts will'  be available for sale this week. The ladies  have worked to have these,.items ready,  a good number fo Ellen Berg's originals,  in wool animals stuffed and egg cosies.  ��� A committee was formed to compose  a display fitting for the six auxiliaries  to be taken to the convention in the fall.  Heading the group is co-ordinating council president, Mrs. Doreene Dockar, with  Bay; Mrs."Ina Grafe, Sechelt; Mrs. G.  Ironsides, Roberts Creek; Mrs. Jean Longley; Gibsons; Mrs. Bita Hincks, Port  Mellon and volunteer director Mrs. Moscrip.  The auxiliaries will again' sponsor a  Red Cross blood donors clinic to be held  as usual at the hospital April 29, 4:30 to  8:30. Participation from all members, of  the public is urged. Board member Mrs.  Charlotte Raines will be in charge.  .The regional meeting for the Lower  Mainland, which includes this area, will  be held May 14 at the nurses residence  of the .Royal Columbian Hospital  in New Westminster. This is a one-day  affair where much useful information is  ���gained through discussion with'"other  auxiliaries.  ' Coming events:" May fiesta smorgas-  gord, Gibsons Auxiliary, May 4 at the  Gibsons Legion.  Sechelt Auxiliary's luncheon at the  Old Legion Hall in Sechelt, May 23, H  a.m. to 2 p.m.  Next meeting April 30, 1:30 p.m.  Sechelt News Notes  SECHELT Library will hold a sale o��  extra books���duplicates riot needed.  This will take place in the Trail Bay  Mall Saturday, April 13 starting at 10  a.m. and continuing until sold.  Mrs. Lola -Turner has returned from  Port Alberni where' she kept house for  daughter Marilyn Davis While she was  away on a holiday from her husband.  Lola ended up "spending a few days in  the Port Alberni Hospital where she soon  was mended and -on her way again. Mrs.  Turner then brought, her---granddaughter  Deborrah Wood from Burnaby to Sechelt for part of Deborrah's spring vacation.  Parker Freeborn, a' patient at St  Mary's Hospital, will long remember hjs  1974 bitrhday party. The Sechelt Legion  paid hosts to 15 extended care patients1  at their canteen March 26.  Many people are happy to help give  these patients a change of scenery. The  Legion members, excellent hosts, see to  the comfort and service of all. The hos-  xpital staff on their time off help to move  the patients to'and from as well as'see  to their needs while at the canteen. Hospital auxiliary volunteers help' wherever  needed.  ���ky Peggy Connor  the stage and presented their gift to Miss  Peters. They said that this' was given  most sincerely from all the Extended  Care patients. Miss Peters was most surprised as she thought she was up there  to present Parker Freehorn with his birthday wishes, which she did.  Head nurse on the second floor, Mrs.  Ronna-Mae   Pockrant   with  other staff  members helped with the beautiful double birthday cake.  The volunteer hairdressers were extra  busy that Tuesday morning, duding everyone up for their evening of fun.  The Canadian Legion Sechelt Branch  is to be congratulated on starting this  program for the Lions Gate patients, and  no doubt will snowball to other regions.  The .Legion members are a service  group and their friendly ladies auxiliary  also play a good role in the hospital with  their weekly visits. All the members on  Tuesday were most gracious hosts and  hostesses.      i  Coast Family Society  elects new executive  Entertainment was  provided by  the   ROBERTS   CREEK���The  Coast   Famijy  Sound of Chinook, a good sound of music by George Page, Herb and Ann Ebach,  Charlie Brown and Bob Summerfield.  Walter James sang some delightful airs  accompanied by Helen Sinclair. Harry  Casey led a singsong with Mrs. Lee He-  bert on the piano.  The Sechelt' Auxiliary Cfockettes in  their roaring twenties fashions did the  second performance of their famous chorus line. Alf Bredefeld, president of the  Legion, thanked Ronnie Dunn, choreogra- _   .    pher from Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary, for   Public   buildings  and  community  halls,  the dancer's performance and Mrs. Helen Sinclair for her scentilating accompaniment on the piano.  The Auxiliary to St. Mary's volunteers  were there under the guidance, of assistance volunteer director, Mrs. Eleanor Hot-  field. Participating were volunteer director Eve Moscrip, / Flo Seibert, Mrs.  Merle Mulligan, Sechelt, and Mrp. Elsie  Willis and Mrs. Ivy Richards from Gib-  sons:- ,-i" '^   ''.���.���/ *,���",',.���   ," ;" "., ���',', i 7.: ���.;,';  Celebrating her birthday the same  evening was, Lillian Peters, physio activ-  , ity, aide in extended care who arranged  tho evening out for the patients j and in  turn, the patients took up a collection  amongst themselves to buy hor a present,  Mrs; Lou Pierce, pushed in her wheelchair by Mr. Lambe, also a patieht/up to  Popular minister 34th person to be so honored...  ��em&u'FaMksn<^eda  The Penlntulo Timet Page B-5  Wednesday, April 3, 1974  Joan Proctor  cetemohy set for Wedne^ayiMpril 10  POWELI/ RIVER  VEN; R., Stuart Faulks, Archdeacon of -  Sechelt and Rector of St David's Ang- ,  lican Church here,'' was named A Good \  Citizen in. the "annual selection made by ,'  a'community-committee,      v - 7,    "    ';  The popular minister -will be the 34th  person to be so honored since the Good  Citizen Award was'' inaugurated by The  News,in 1944, arid formal presentations ,-,  will .take place at Max Cameron Atidito- *  rium on Wednesday, April 10,' at 6 pm, -; -  when Mayor Jack Pinder will present '  Ven. Faulks with a gold button arid scroll.'  on behalf of the.community he has served  since 1963.        ' . -  ORDAINED IN 1934_  Ronald. Stuart  Faulks  was  born in  London, England and came to Canada in -  1913 as a young boy of three. One of a  family_ of. five, he grew up on a farm  west of Edmonton, and completed high  school in Edmonton. He was working for,  a pioneer hardware firm,' Marshall Wells,'  when in  1930 he felt  the call to the.  ministry, and enrolled in the Anglican'  Theological College in Vancouver, with  the assistance of his home church, Edmonton's Christ Church. Ordained in Edmonton in 1934, he served two country  parishes for seven years near there, and  then was called to the Edmonton parish ���  in 1941.  In 1938 he'married Miss Isobel Kil-  stfiaw, at Barrhead, near 'his Edmonton  home base; they have two sons and1 o  daughter. "Then ,the BC climate called  me," Ven. Faulks smiled. The family  came to Burnaby in 1950, where he served  at St. John the Divine until-1963, answering a call to St. David's Church at Powell  River that year, as well as being appointed Archdeacon for Sechelt, aiuarea  covering from that town to Kingcome Inlet on the^'north coast. -  A Rotarian for 23 years, Ven. Faulks  is a past president of Kingsway Club,  and an active member of the Powell River  Club. He has also served as president of  Ministerial "Associations in Edmonton,  Burnaby, and Powell River, and is a  'Big Brother.  'FOR  GOODNESS'  SAKE'  Noted for his.ready with and happy  "countenance, "the Rev. Stu" has a wide  circle of friends in the community, it  might be said to be a fitting coincidence  when he blurted "Oh... for goodness'  sake!" when he was informed of his  honor.  Extracts from nominations (received by  the anonymous selection committee indicated a wide-ranging "community service,  far beyond the vocational structure, for  Ven. Faulks.  VEST. R. STUART FAULKS  ... community service .  , wrote another nominator. "He is, indeed  , a man. with , the common touch;.. and  he does his work physically as well as  >, spiritually." - <7v  As' chaplain of the Royal. Canadian.  Air  Cadets, here   "he   took his  obliga-  ", tions seriously... his concern for the officers and cadets was great encouragement when sorely.needed," declared another letter. ~- " . - . ���  ^ ' And here ,are:some single- excerpts  from the many nominations received:  "An  inspiration    to  the Scouts and  , Cubs."       '��� ,     ' '  ,',   > "A tower of "strength and an example  ' ,t0 alL" '-'..''.''  "His sense of-humor'and .never-fedling  "happy outlook enriched the community."  .     "Down-to-earth 'and practical in meet-  v ing, the problems "of the> community, 'far  -'beyond his parish calls."  "Supported by a wonderful partner  ... a charming and ever-helpful lady.'"  "His interest in young people during  these recent crisis times has been constant  and far-reaching in its benefits."  It all seems to be summed by a verbal  remark of one well-wisher:  "Stu Faulks 4s real folks."  April 8 and 9...  iJDsons elementary  GIBSONS���Local elementary pupils will  have an opportunity to display their  talents April 8 and 9 at Gibsons Elementary School's first arts festival.  From 10 a.iri. to 2 p.m. on Monday,  the students will compete in a variety of  jnusic and drama categories/  Points gained by entrants will go. towards standings in the inter-mural house  program.  Dennis Tupman, music co-ordinator  for Vancouver school district, will adjudicate the entries.  Tuesday, pupils will show their artistic  mettle in various displays in the gymnasium.  Close to 30 scientific displays,' which  were entered in the recent elementary  schools' science fair, will also be exhibited in the gym.  Between 7 p.m. and 8:30. pjn. Tuesday, visitors are invited to,attend a concert  featuring  outstanding    performers  from the previous day's music and drama  "A vacuum existed when he left for, competitions. A band and music program  Powell River," said a leading member   is also slated.  of his Burnaby church. "He had a keen,       "Students will have a chance to dis-  and  active, ��� interest  in community  af-���Play the things they do in the classroom,"  Society has elected a new slate of  officers for the coming year, and has  moved to seek further information from  Ottawa and Victoria on possible community improvement programs around the  Sunshine Coast.  At the Society's' annual meeting  March 24, members empowered their executive to contact both federal and pro-  vincial government authorities for details. The society has learned of potential  funding for projects  like multi-use  under  the  sponsorship of  organizations  such as theirs. '.  , Kim .Calloway of Roberts Creek was  elected Coasjt Family Society president  for the 1974-75 term. 'Also named to the  hew executive are Bob Morgan, vice president; Stella Mutch, secretary; Terry Wilson, treasurer; and Henry Rodriguez,  Rick SchaUer, ,prian Warner, John Sea-  brook and Ted Roberts as directors.  The society starting Its second year,  now claims a membership of nearly 200,  with members active all, along the coast  from Vancouver to Powell River.  ,, In other business, the Coast Family!  Society discussed erecting a public bulletin board in the Roberts Creek area. Tlio  membWship also approved sponsorship  of the Roberts Creek ladles sojftboll team.  fairs.;'   . "'Pf6m'"a'pan^ori_r.,who, was'.a teen-_  ager at the time Rev. Faulks had a small"  parish in Clandonald,' Alberta, a story,  remembered how he and his young bride  served that community There was no  electricity, water came from a well wood  was sawn and cut (saving the coal for  night-stoking), and the duties of the Rector included keeping* the church fire, its  janitorial work, and mastering the Scout  and Cub troops and packs. In spite of this,  wide-ranging community duties were performed. "I remember his cheerful perso- '  , nality and willingness  to  go an extra ���  mile,"  this parishioner wrote.  "He was  an inspiration to we teen-agers."  Another nomination noted that "There  are so many good citizens in Powell River,  it seems that to choose one is to leave  out others,", However, this nominator went  on, the outstanding community contributions of Ven. and Mrs. Faulks went far  beyond official' responsibilities.  From a fellow^lergyman: "A community worker, a friend of all... he has  done his service with great integrity and  tremendous enthusiasm."   ���,,..,..  Another nominator instanced a freeze-  up of an 88-year-old lady's home, and this  Rector- donned his work clothes, took  tools,and spent the morning getting the  'pH heater going and the pipes, tha.wed  and then keeping an eye on the place for  the balance of the cold spell; "the lady  was riot a parishioner, just a person In  1 noad." This was typical, of the, Interest  ho took in peopjos' needs.  . "It is outside of hli own church where'  he has done the most important work,"'  said  principal _ Dave  Rempell.' "It   will  give parents and visitors a better idea of  what is going on in the school."  Close to 150 pupils are expected1 to  participate in -the art. displays.  Pupils will be selling cakes and refreshments to help finance a forthcoming  ���field trip-to Barkerville.   '  Rempel said the public is invited to  attend all the events at the arts festival,  except the adjudication sessions.  ChristianScience  WHO has really hurt your feelings?  This question is answered on the  Christian Science radio series���The Truth  that Heals, next Sunday. Time and station are advertised in The Times today.  As we learn to know God as infinite  divine Love, we can put aside all sense  of hurt and loss.  For further information or free literature concerning Christian Science, please  contact the assistant committee on publication for the Sunshine Coast ��� at 885-  9778.    ���..-...-   ,* "V. : '     .'    '  . .-. Stoolt talk  IT ALWAYS rains during spring vacation which only points out the fact  that the gods must be male chauvinist 'pigs. 7  Having someho^&ved through a  week of bemg.shut'ih with a"ty, the  kids at once, while they intermittently heat the heck out of one another or played their p.eci_liar programs on,radio or.tvv I've emerged  a little greyer with^fixed faraway  look in my eyes and an odd ringing  ' in my ears.  , Honestly, I can't believe this is  the same mother who once cried at  the thought of her little ones starting  school. Now I cry -at the thought  of school,letting out.  A typical day of vacation has my  eldest encamped in his supposedly  sound-proofed room with his stereo  blasting away. My7daughter at the  opposite end of the house is playing  her radio full volume. The youngest  is watching a tv show featuring some  guy.in an~apron making jelly for a  puppet! I suppose it's educational, but  I'd hate to have my three year-old  Ury the' recipe.  Valiantly I try to read an article  albout restorations taking place in  Quebec while wondering what the.  cost of restoring our own domicile  will be once spring vacation's over  with. It was when I thought I saw  something hop across the carpet that  - I decided my eyes were tiring and so  closed the book and returned to the  "kitchen. After all,' you don't need  excellent eye sight to make cookies.  Later-that evening f was luxuriating in a tub of hot water when again  I saw something hop by. Figuring I  was really going bonkers I erased  the apparition from my mind, let  out the water, dried off and went  to bed.  No sooner had I tumbled under the  covers than I heard my/husband's  voice from the hallway. "Hey ^l. he  said loudly, "what's'a. frog doing in  the house?"  "I wouldn't know,!1 I answered  sleepily. "But don't you dare bring  him in here for me to kiss. If I'd  wanted a prince I'd have married  one."  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  , Post Office Building Secholt  Phono 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays  10 a.m. -5:15 p.m.      10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.  DISPLAYING A FEW of tho more auxiliaries are nursea from loft; Pat  than 40 items valued at ovor $30,000 ftass, Linda Hernando and Dana  from funds taiscd by tlio six hospital   Kearney,   Items   shown,- include a  cardiac (heart) monitor; Hnon supply cart and a Krleselman unit, designed io receive newborn.  100% SOLID STATE M0DUUUI: CHASSHS  > ADVAMCEP COiOR TUNIN0 SYSTEM  ��� PATENTED AUTOMATIC CHROMA CONTROL  ��� ~ - ^^ -^  ��"��"��*���  (MM  .jrinanclna  ^Arvaiiabte���&���  ��� i * r�� i����� ��� ���  *��r# I'M M  Noxt to Conot Cnblo Vision  SECHELT  PHONE 885-2668  ,>  I  \ $1'$'':  New Gibsons sewer tax  by-law OK'd by province  GIBSONS���The village's, new ~sewer~tax  bylaw has been approved by Victoria  in an order-in-council.  The bylaw, recently adopted by Gibsons council* sets out a rate structure  forsewer users.   <  This varies from, $3.50 per month for  a single family dwelling to over $20 for  certain types of commercial operation.  Page B-6  The Peninsula, Times  Wednesday, April 3, 1974  S   '.   (  'JLZ^g--  /?  unshlne L^oadf  FROM SMALL RENOVATIONS TO COMPLETE STRUCTURES  : Foundations ���Framing ��� Sundecks ��� Stairs, etc..,, '��  FREE ESTIMATES ��� ALL WORK GUARANTEED  c  r-J*  SUNSHINE Coast Regional District board,  of directors agreed to adopt a limited  parks function. The action means .that the  board can maintain district lot 150fy  the recreational.'centre.  The directors unanimously agreed at  last Thursday's meeting to adopt the function* in all electoral areas except the villages of Gibsons arid Sechelt  Directors  unanimously  passed a resolution seeking letters patent to adopt  the function and when the letters patent  are approved  in Victoria the board  is    Pleasure  boat  OOGS  OUt  authorized to "acquire and hold property        , __     i   -      i_      i_ '  within electoral areas A to F for park and    Ol   COJ-lfOi   111   harbor     '  green bolt purposes provided that such    GIBSONS���Two pleasure craft were inland shall be acquired at no cost to the volved  in  an  accident    off Gibsons  regional district other .than nominal pur-    "Wharf March 30.  chase, survey, legal transfer, conveyanc- The Vancouver occupants of a 20-foot  ing costs and maintenance." boat stopped beside another small craft  The annual net cost of the function is to ask directions when their, vessel went  not to exceed y_ mill on the basis of as- out of control and ended up on top of  sessment which may be taxed in the cur- the second boat. No injuries were re-  rent year for school purposes. ported.  .^^^^S^^^^S^S^^^^l^SiSl^f^^^^^^^SBMI  JJdnL3)o^t 8&6-7028  M ��4 i    ���?���>  '/T^    ,:ttVift^':.'-;-.r.i?:   ���'   :   s b'Vv-7:  i"--j      j^_:J-!t_____>,j-     ":��� -- ���- "t3g=":" ,? -Vfe      ���'������"     ty.... < t   ���      .  ���/���v- *07. i  gibsons-legi  Friday & Saturday, April 5 & 6  K��JBW��S^&��  mm:^^^^^^  EASTER SALE of crocheted items. Frances, Cook, left and Sue Beavin  goes on. sale today at St. Mary's Hos- both of Halfmoon Bay. Customer is  pital gift shop. The items, made^by Olive Comyn also of Halfmoon Bay.  Ellen Berg of Sechelt auxiliary, were -Mrs: Beavin is persidentof the Half-  donated to the co-ordinating council, moon Bay auxiliary and chairman  for fund raising. Selling the items are of the gift shop. ~I  ��� ���^" -������--������-���-���-������    ���       .1-     ���������,-,���������-,-.���  .-���-���-���.., ������������ .���,,��� __.   ���_,_������_.,   ,     ��� ���_��� ������ J  .   ...   ��� ���_���,������      a.-,,���   ��� .,-���.������ -.��������� ��� ������������      , I     mm.  Senior citizen Assn. notes    -���by Robert Foxall  AMONG the signs of spring were two started today, March 30. If transportation  events of the past week which term- can be found the Ladner trip will be held  inated the winter activities in those par- April 13.  ticular fields. - Dave also advised that he has a few  Monday, the Carpet Bowlers of No. seats available for the Victoria Charter  69, entertained their opposite, numbers starting May 5. Besides these trips mem-  from Welcome Beach in a friendly get- bers are asked to note two other dates���  together. ��� April 18 for our regular monthly meet-  As there were no formal' teams, no inS ���and MaV n fo* ���� a^ual --^crs  record of scores was kept, but there was spring tea.  a lot of keen bowling and good fellowship.            ,    -  One thing-became evident was that  there was a difference of interpretation  of the rules between the two areas and  it was informally agreed that an attempt  should be made in the late summer to^ ROBERTS Creek and West Howe Sound  decide ,on a common interpretation as be-'        firemen, whose vehicles were damaged"  tween the various groups because, mi- while parked .outside  the Gibsons fire  doubtedly, there will be more inter-dist- hall,  will  get  $300  from  the ' regional  rict bowling another winter. district to help pay repairs.  Between times tea was served by the Gibsons fire department, grateful for  Sechelt ladies. On Wednesday, again in aid given by Roberts- Creek and West  the old Legion Hall, the senior dancers Howe Sound firemen during the recent  held their last dance session. This winds fire at Harvey's Department Store, Gib-  up a very _successful winter. However, , sons, held a thank-you dinner for the area  dancers are asked to return on April 17 volunteers. While the members were at-  for a very special dance celebrating the tending vandals damaged many of _he  return of some old friends." vehicles. Windshield wipers and radio  Dave Hay ward reports that he is hav- aerials, were pulled off .and other damage  ing difficulty securing a bus for the- reported. Total damage was estimated at  proposed trip to Ladher but hopes to,have ~ $300. v  definite information immediately follow- The funds will be allocated from Gibing his return from the Reno trip which .'sons fire protection budget.      .   "   ,   . 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