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Array \<  X  HTeet  CaniJian Graphic 'Industr '  3 04  ft est  6 th  Ave. ,*  Vancouver  1j,  i   '     ���      -|    ���       ���"    |  Cos( under three mi/is . ���  Recreational centre  vote slated April 14  VOTERS wilLget another chance to  vote on   the recreation   centre  April 14.',, '  Sunshine Coast Regional District  gave three readings to the bylaw  calling for a vote for the centre.*  Landowners in Electoral Areas B,  C, D, E and F (everywhere on the  Sunshine Coast excluding Pender  Harbour) may vote on the question.  Voting will be between 8 a.m: and  8 p.m. An advance poll will be held  at the regional district office, Davis  Bay, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 12.  Those permitted to vote at the advanced poll must be qualified to vote  and they must sign a statement that  they expect to be absent from the  area on polling day or they are, for  reasons of conscience, prevented  from voting on polling day:  The question on the ballot will  read: "Are you in favor of regional  board undertaking the construction,  operation and maintenance of a ree*  reation centre, including an ice arena  under the following terms and condi  tions: - i  "(a) The capital cost of construction and development shall not exceed $500,000;  "(b) Apportionment of the cost of  the function among the participating  member municipalities and electoral  areas shall be on the basis of assessment which may be taxed for school  purposes for the current year in the  electoral areas, and for general municipal purposes in. municipalities;  "(c) The ^annual cost of the said  function shall not exceed the product  of levy of three mills on the net taxable assessed value of land and improvements  referred  to  in clause  <b>".  Directors at the board   meeting  said that the bylaw as written prevents the cost from going over  $500,000 and three mills.  The provincial government has  proposed legislation whereby its will  pay one third the cost of the centre  or about $150,000 which would Jbrhig  the cost of the construction down to  $350,000. ^  Not enouah interest . .  No toll-free dialing  yet for Pender Harbour  IT DOESN'T appear that' Pender Harbour  will get free telephone dialing to the  rest of the Sunshine Coast just yet.  According to R. Johnston, B.C. Tel's  general service manager, extended area  service (EAS) is complex and costly.  In a letter to the Sunshine Coast Regional District board'of directors, .Johnston said: ���  "To provide EAS to the Pender Harbour area, an initial capital expenditure  estimated at $150,000 would-be required  to provide the facilities to accommodate  toll-free calling. In addition there, would  be a net loss of annual revenue presently  derived from long-distance charges.. In  Return for this the exchange charge for  Pender Harbour would increase by an  average of 75 cents for individual resi-  dental customers and $2.90 per month for  business customers.  Further, since the provision of this  service would'also increase rates through  regrouping in the exchange to which free  calling was extended, a plebiscite would  have to be conducted throughout all areas  involved.  - ���   -��9-  Traffic', studies undertaken by B.C.  Tel does not indicate a sufficient community pf��interest to justify toll-free cal- J  ling at this' time. Johnston said.  < Only 20 per cent of the. customers  make three or more calls per month from  Pender Harbour to Sechelt.  "There appears to be even less interest  in the reverse direction," he said.'  This is the breakdown of figures:  Sechelt to Pender Harbour  Subscribers making no calls, Nov. 1&71'  83 per cent, March 1972 80 per cent.  . Subscribers making 1 or 2 calls, Nov.  1971 12 per cent, March 1972 12 per cent.  Subscribers 3 or more calls, Nov. 1971 5  per cent, March 1972 8 per cent.  Pender Harbour to Sechelt  Subscribers making no calls, Nov. 1971  41 per cent, March 1972 43 per cent.  Subscribers making 1 "or 2 calls, Nov.  1971 29 per cent, March 1972 28 per cent.  Subscribers making 3 or mare calls,  Nov. 1971 30 per cent, March 1972 29 per  > cent.  "Our problems with EAS have always  been to find some means of meeting the  requirements of the customers, and at  the same time apportioning the cost to  those who use the service and hot to the  general body of our customers.  "We are presently studying our whole  rating -concept with respect to EAS and  are hopeful of having a submission pre*  pared for discussion with our regulatory  body by mid-1973. It is our earnest hope  that we can defer consideration of your  EAS proposal until that time," Johnston  stated.- .  .The board will give ;a copy of Johnston's letter to J. H. Tyner, director representing Area A, Pender Harbour, who  was absent-. \ %  7'  Village office  shuts .Saturday  EFFECTIVE March 19 Sechelt village  office will be closed Saturdays and  will be open Mondays, municipal clerk  Neil Sutherland told The Times. Office  hour? will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p;m.  The shift in closing days was brought  about partly from a complaint registered  "'By F. Dobel Parker of Roberts Creek..  Parker, in a letter to the council, said:  "I called today (Monday, Feb. 12) at  the office of the municipal clerk to renew my car licence. The office was closed..  This business of closing during the working week originated during the second  German war. Don't you think it is about  page 7  Service  V  i  ENINSULA  Serving'the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Melton, Hopkins-Londing, Gronthoms Londing, Gibsons, Robeits Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt, HoffmQon Boy/Secret Covft Pender Hrb., Modelro.Pork,-Gorden Boy, Irvine's Londing, Eori Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  2nd Class Moil     -  Registration No. 1142  \  _Thi�� jtsuflJoPfikeLi 15c   Union    *����-    Label'  Vol. 10, No, 15 ��� WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1973  Beer garden planned  for May Day rites  IF THE  RCMP and the  liquor  control  board  approve,  a  beer  garden will  be held in conjunction with May v Day  festivities in Sechelt.  R. E. Scales, secretary-treasurer of  the Sechelt recreation commission, asked for and got Sechelt>?village council's  approval for the beer garden.  "As part of our May Day celebrations (May 20-21) this year we, have  proposed a beer garden. It has been  indicated to us* that a permit, will be  issued to us by the local RCMP.. .Council  approved a letter to the police and the  LCBr stating permission for the beer  gardejn. is satisfactory.  AldTXHarold Nelson, chairman of the  committee* reported that all plans are  progressing satisfactorily for the celebrations. ���  GOING INTO LAST stretch is the. Seniors, grades 8-12; intermediates,  judging for the Sea. Cavalcade poster   grades 4 to 7 and primary grades 1  contest. Judging some 2,000 entries  in the contest has been no easy task  and Saturday the panel spent most  of the day at it. The winners for the  semi-finals have not been revealed  yet. Classifications of entries were:  to 3. From left are judges Marion  Campbell, A. L. Thompson, principal  of Pender Harbour High School;  R. R. HTanna, superintendent of  schools; Lyman Meadows and Vivian-  Chamberlin. Missing was judge  Chief Henry Paull of the Sechelt Indian band. Judging was done by assigning one to 10 points on each of  the followirig: originality, composition, effectiveness, technique and  color.  Delegation proposed  m  Lang seeks meeting with  Williams over cove lease  MAYOR Ben Lang of Sechelt, has   of lands in Victoria  written Don Lockstead, MLA,  asking for a meeting between him?  self, Robert Wiltiamsvmini^^  lands and forests and members Of- the  Sunshine Coast Regional District $nd  residents oiSeeret Cove. 7 ��� >u  Lfaftg'Srfotei'tion for ;thj��^egatidwF:  is to discuss the^ cohtroversial SecrW .7  Cove-4ease to the Royal Vancouver  Yacht Club.  In his letter to Lockstead, a copy  of which was read at the Regional  board meetiiig,. Lang said, "... it is  my strong feeling that it; would be  very beneficial for a small well-informed delegation representing the  regional board and Secret Cove residents, to arrange a trip to Victoria  to examine the whole matter. I'm  sure you agree that the time has  passed for writing back and forth -  and that a personal discussion would  be /a >st useful."  LWig told Lockstead that he  (Lang) was one of the first to object  to a lease application in an andther  arm of Secret Cove and when the  application was made for the present  location, and subsequently granted,  "I again protested through our regional board and directly to the previous minister of lands, Ray Williston."  , Lang said that either those responsible for granting the lease are  not familiar with all the facts or  that the Robert Williams, the present  minister, and his department, inherited an ill-advised decision which  they are reluctant to rescind.  Lang stated: "When the first ap-.  plica'tioh was made by the RVYC,  the Sunshine Coast regional board  undertook a complete and comprehensive survey 01 the whole Secret  Cove area���upland zoning, drainage,  topography, ocean tidal movements  with the cooperation of the federal  government agencies. While tills survey was well under way we learned  that the RVYC had been granted tho  water lot lease previously held by  a Robert Gibson.  "Local'residents and boaters immediately wonder, and rightly so,  why the survey hod n6t been allowed  to be completed and statistics thcrc-  frnh) submitted  |�� the department  "Some members of the RVYC.  were very perturbed by the granting  of the lease and asked me and other  directors of the board to take^further  actibn,which we did-^thus far td no  -avail. .,������: ���";..;.  "I am only one of many who will  not drop this vital matter because  that lease must be cancelled for the  r&any reasons already submitted to  you and further points which we will  bring to the attention of the minister, through your guidance.M  Z':-h -i:  in Pender Harbour  crime wave  ends at gun point  HOLDING, two youths at gunpoint, after  firing a shot over their heads, resulted in the conviction of five juveniles  and one minor charged in a series of Jobberies in the Pender Harbour area.  * William Roosen, 17, and the five juveniles pleaded guilty before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt on a total of 19 criminal  code charges. They will return to Judge  ' Mittelsteadt March 14 for sentencing.  Royal Canadian Mounted Police were  able to solve the cases after Roosen and  a juvenile took a boat to the home of  A. Arnatt on Whitestone Island. It was  the boys' second trip to the island, said  police. The first time on Feb. 14 the  youths 1 (broke into tttte house's liquor  cabinet and stole bottles of vodka, cognac  and wine.  On Feb. 18 the youths returned to the  island nnd attempted to break Into what  they thought was an empty house. Arnatt  was sitting in the dark during the break-  in attempt and when he realized what  was happening took his rifle, fired a  shot over the boys* heads and then held  them at gunpoint while police were called by radio telephone.  Arnatt let the boys go because he  thought there was a third youth lurking  on the Island. The RCMP were able to  pick up the youths following Arnot,t'a  description. Roosen ,nnd the juvenile were  charged and admitted a scries of other  break and enterlngs,  ��� They admitted to entering Madeira  Mnrinn on Feb. 17 after they kicked tho  door in. The cash register was taken and  thrown empty in the water, Taken from  tjid machine was $120 In cash and $250  In cheques which they' burned. Roosen  and a juvenile were Involved, in this  episode, fluid RCMP.  On Jan. 20 Juveniles entered tho Pender Harbour Credit Union offices. Police  said  they  wero  "just casing tho place"  and they broke in again Jan. 31 when  they tried to open the safe but failed  and nothing was. taken. "*���  On Feb. 4 three juveniles broke into  David -Hartley's Middlepoint home and  stole seven bottles of liquor which they  drank. Two more went back and stole  the family's stereo. ,  '  Pender Harbour RCMP feel that with  the arrest of the six the area's juvenile  crime wave is over.  cleanup week  SECHELT and District Chamber of Commerce will  pay Venture scouts $25  to pick up the garbage along Davis Bay  beach in conjunction with clean-up week.  Lew Baldwin agreed to head the committee and Joe Benner volunteered to  head the committee for clean-up week.  the chamber will protest the recording  devise used by the. Sechelt detachment  of the RCMP. Bob Scales and Howard  Pratt moved and seconded that a letter  be sent from the chamber to the'RCMP  regarding the device.  Local "businessmen will be requested to  park away from the main traffic area,  following a motion by Scares which.was  seconded by Bill Nielsen.  ..' .Joe Benner recommended that following a visit with the vice president of  Coast Paving, that a committee consisting  of members of the chamber and the  village of Sechelt meet with the firm to  discuss the unfinished ramp at Porpoise  Bay.  President Morgan Thompson reported  that he received two complaints regarding  a new beach access road at Roberts  Creek only 600 feet from the picnic site.  A committee headed by the chamber's  roads chairman will investigate.      7^  A. John Ellis of Vancouver, president  of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce,  will be invited to thj& Sechelt chamber's  social night in June.  ,,;. .Mayor Ben Lang reported,that.4he recreation.commission is functioning well  and preparations lor May Day are in  hand. .  Airport management by the two villages are progressing well with good support from the federal department of transport.  Council has undertaken ,an overall  study of road patterns within its boun-'  daries and with assistance of the department of highways will develop a grid  pattern suitable to future growth. Present"  local roads are being studied in order to  allocate the priorities of work to be done  this year in the way of paving, ditching,  gravelling and the like.  The village clerk is drawing up necessary petition documents for submission  on the proposed land in Block 6  The next chamber meeting will be  held in Wilson Creek Community Hall.  Apartment for catetaker . .,.  Lions would improve  Hackett facilities  SUNSHINE Coast Lions Club got the go-  * ahead from Sechelt village council to  construct a Lions den at Hackett Park  adjacent to the building already there.  Chairman of the Lions committee }n  charge ot the den, Nell Campbell, wrote  council stating the club's intention is to  Improve the present facilities including  toilets and installing showers. The club  would build a small apartment on top of  the present building to house a retired  or seml-dlsabled person,  "This person1 would have his rent free  but would be responsible for keeping  the park In reasonable repair, liming tho  lines for soccer or baseball and other  games. He would keep vandalism to a  minimum by lila presence..."  Aid. Bernel Gordon said it is a "good  idea to have a 'watchdog' for the park."  Mayor Ben Lang said that his first  reaction was that Hackett Park was donated solely for tho use of the village but  he said he looked over tho papers/and  sUch endeavors ere not banned.  Campbell said further, in his letter,  that the Lions would move in a clubhouse or den to carry on business. The  den would be used for different Lions  socials and work bees.  "We would expect to have games such  as ping pong, darts ond the like at the  clubhouse oa well aa' a horseshoe pitch  and possibly a tennis court and large  outdoor barbeque which would be for  Hackett. and public use, of course.  "As wo progress In the clearing of  tho lower end of Hackett Park the potential is unlimited."  Campbell said the club had a 2V��  acre site in the Porpoise Bay area but  felt Hackett Park would servo the public  better because of Its central location.  He estimated the cost up to $10,000,  "not counting a Jot of voluntary work,"'  He added that the clubhouse could be  available to other organizations for meetings.  Community centre proposed  Senior citizens plan new use for school  w^,m$y>  SUNSHINE COAST Kiwanis mem- Shelter was speedily constructed  bers put the finishing touches to a Sunday at Frnnld, Jlavles* Chess En-  bus shelter Intended for installation torprlzca car lot. "We hope to put  on Marine Drive. The material wafl up some more," said a Kiwanis  purchased with proceeds from a re- spokesman,  coat Kiwanis wine ond cheese party. ���        iS  1RVINES Londing school may get a new  lease on life as a community centre  under a Local Initiatives Program grant.  Mrs. Vera Bell, representing a group  of local fionlor citizens, applied to the  school board Feb. 2?. to buy or rent tho  disused building.  , "Wo hope to turn it Into ft community  centre with games and arts and crafts,"  who told Tho Times.  Sho said that funds for tho renovation  project had been approved under, tho  New Horizons program, but tho exact  amount Was not yet known.  Jim Metzler, scc-trftan. of the board,  told trustees that department of education policy had been to refuse sale of  school   property.  But iu a letter to Mrs. Bell, ho sold,  the  department noted  that  title  to the  school wan vested In tho board of trus-,  tees, ond nny decision must como from  thorn.  In a subsequent letter to the school  board, Metzler said, J. L. Canty, superintendent of administrative services In  Victoria, said the deportment would  "view favorably" nolo of the building to  the'New Horizons group, \  Board chairman, Mm, Agnes Labonte,  Hold thnl ,tho department appeared to  have changed Its policy on sale of school  property,  Metzler said the1 building had no ser  vices and wan of "no use" to tho school  board. Iff'the New Horizons group took It  over, he said, tho district would save  maintenance costs.  Ho recommonded that tho board consider an order in council authorizing sale  of tho property, provided tho senior cit-  izena Incorporated under the Societies  Act.  District, Supt. R. R. Hanna felt: "If  the building la there and these people  hove n use for It, we should sell."  Trustee. John , McLeod advised' tho  board to retain possession of the school  nnd rent It to the group.  "Wo can't become Santa Claus to oil  the groups In tho area," ho nald.  However, he felt tho community centre project won "worthwhile."  Metzler waa Instructed to find out if  tho Hew Horizons group was willing to  incorporate, and then conduit with tho  buildings and grounds committee.  QUEBEC STUDENTS COMING  Thirty Quebec high school ntudents  will spend 0 week on the Sunshine Coast  this full an part of an exchange program  with their Engllsh-spCaking counter-  ports,  And Elphinstone High School principal, Don Montgomery, has applied to  tho division of instructional service for  �������a p��9�� IS  ���\  a:  ���<���'  >*  '     1  \ /        - <  I  1 \  I  I  l  ���h* -^  /.  ^mmaWMMi  The PeninsulaT^^  rt.  s  V imrjf .be wrong, but J dta/f not be so wrong os to fall to say what-1 believe to be right."  y    - '_.".. - -r-JomLATKINS  7 Richard T. Proctor, Managing % Editor '        ,^  /'I,  ���\  =#���  READERS' RIGHT  tetters 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 originals must be signed by the writer.  j Large lots not answer  -ROBERTS Creek homeowners are well   the population on welfare in times of  *:.   intentioned but mistaken    in their   industrial layoff,  relief that increasing the size of lots to "So no doubt with the larger lots,  ��C18,0Q0 square feet; will prevent the Roberts Creek will become the- garden  ^community from becoming an "asphalt of the Peninsula and every property will  jungle."    - be a beautiful country estate."  |     What it will do is increase-the.cost The sentiment is touching but cer-  Jof,property to double its present,value tainly not accurate. One has only to look  Sand'make it even more difficult for per- around at some of the existing large  ��;sons to buy or build their own homes lots in Roberts Creek area to see shacks,  | and it will not solve the present prob- rusted car hulks and the flotsam and  llems, largely man-made, facing Roberts jetsam of man's technology. ,  "    * " Roberts Creek residents,' nor indeed  any residents on the Sunshine Coast,  cannot stick their heads in the sand in  the form of large lots and hope the  world will go away. It won't. What these7  people should do is prepare for an increase^ in population with better plan-  Seven Canadian  wonders  Editor, The Times, '  Sir: In view of Canada's acute unemployment, I suggest we put people  to work building our own Seven* Wonders  pf the World.  Like the building of a Roman Colosseum in Ottawa wherein irate taxpayers  might do battle with the gladiators of  unable to see in the dark, visiting .cats-  or prowlers.      There was. a law,, under Edward III,  which said: "Such, personnes as' shalle  allow their dogge or dogges to barke and  make a beastlie noyse all night, thereby  disturbing the sleep of their neighbours  making them unable to plow their lord's  land the next day-shall be put in the  stocks and their fellows and neighbors  shalle assemble and beat upon noisey  instruments without abatement so that  government bureucracy. Or a Taj Mahal    the cul   it shaU leam what M fa Uke  on Parliament Hill, complete with dou-    to be offended' by noyse."  gCreek  a- iAnother avowed- purpose of the in-  tferease in lot sizes is to offset the* pro-  5posed sewer system)  b? Ratepayers in Roberts Creek are  frnistaken if they .think this action will  | stop a sewer system. What it will do  Mis make sewer connections twice as expensive. Sewers are coming whether we  jrwant them or not. The day is near when  8 the government will order sewers and  5 !j.... ..jii i �� '.. v..*. *v- :u  rjjng". Clean up the messes that can be  seen throughout the'Roberts Creek area.  It doesn't take much looking to see  where the eyesores .are. Get the High-  g residents will have no say but they will ways Beautification Act into force. Get  Shave to pay. And that cost will be much ,rid of the "old car bodies, paint up and  ? higher than it is now.> v clean up, and yes, burn down, some of  J[     One member of the Roberts Creek �� the  existing ugliness that    passes  for  J Community Association  stated that  if houses in the area. Then and only then  J property is allowed to be, divided into-   will Roberts Creek become the garden  'small  lots the  subsequent increase in spot of the Peninsula. And it won't be  /population will necessitate some sort of just because of large lots but because  tindustry to support it and would,thus residents cared enough about their com-  jrun the risk of having a percentage of munity to take action.  t  Centre is a must  JSHOULD recreation be' just a privilege  I     of the well-to-do?  5     This question is one which will be  * decided April 14 when voters on the  J Sunshine Coast go to the polls to deter-  |f mine the 4ate of the recreation centre.  I : To answerour own rhetorical ques-  ��tionr-we feel that the recreation centre is a must for the area. Logic dictates  Ithat this kind of centre cannot be built  tby-private funds and that a tax-sup-  |pbrted centre; is the only feasible kind.  ��The centre should be available to every-  ��ohe.  | 7 How many families can afford $400  *; or $500 initiation fees and high annual  J dues to retain membership in a privately built centre? lylbst families can af-  jfcfprd a slight increase in taxes to sup-  | port the centre. The government will  * pass legislation to pay one third of the  t capital cost of the structure.  | s According to architects of the cen-  |tre, the capital cdst of the arena would  |l�� $445,000; add $15,000 for summer  Wi��e$f $27,000 jati design (and .Tengineer-i:  %mmd the tota^;btM|etfprithe building^  Ijwbuld be $487,000: .*;'  ." i'  I ?' The architects told the recreation  |centre committee- that operating costs  < would be $60,000 per year with a net  * annualdeficit of $10,000.The commit-  itee! feels that even excluding  Pender  Harbour three mills are expected to  handle both the building and operating  costs.  At one time education was only for  those who could afford it. This is wrong.  Recreation is a major force on our  society and like "education, should be  available to all.  Here's something else to ponder.  Recreational activities keep' youngsters  out of trouble. Ask any policeman,  judge, probation v officer, minister or  priest. Attend court^some day and see  the crowded calender listing 'juveniles  in trouble. Then ask yourself: "Can we  afford not to have a "recreational centre?"       /.. .     ' -  ���  ble beds for the new Lab-Lib coalition,  We could employ a few thousands on  .a Winter Works program of turning the  nation's jails into rest homes for weary  mothers intent < upon- protecting their  children from dangerous sexual offenders  out on weekend passes. How about a  People's Palace for Victoria, to mark theN  occasion of the new socialist land grab  of 'the provincial government? In a pinch  we might even provide jobs*by turning  our" churches into museums exhibiting  all those odd "virtues, standards, principles, ethics and'ideals which helped build  this nation.  Indeed, such Wierdo .Wonders could  well provide sufficient tourist dollars to  repair some of the damage which has  been done in the name of permissiveness,  pragmatism and political'power.  "... PATRICIA YOUNG  1030 Nanton Ave., Vancouver 9, B.C.  Dentists replyc  Editor, The Times,  Sir: With regard to the letter, unsigned, in last week's (Feb, 28) Peninsula*  Times we would like to make the following comments:   *  First, any dental practise that sends  monthly accounts is likely to collect only"  8,0 per cent of those accounts. -Now, this  means that either the office has to lose  20 per cent of its gross income or increase  the fee structure so that the people who  have paid their accounts subsidize those  a:  '���MMMIMMMMMMMIMMMMmMMtM  mmmmmmmmmimKmmm  ; The PeninsulaT*^1^  .  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  by  Powell River News Town Crier  .    Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 310-Sechelt, B.C.  Sechelt  885-9654 - 885-2635  Gibsons   886-2121  Subscription Rates:   (n advance)  Local, $6 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $7.  U.S.A.,   $9.   Overseas,   $10.  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  mmim��m*mamn0m*mMiM%mmgm*mmA$mAm*0mmmimmimm  ���by Poster Gerry Foster,  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  OUR society is fille^with discrimination,  segregation and rejection. We jfce.ar��a  lot ab^t racial/poajud^cet;today but��tpe  probIernfSpamr;ti'lf|?def ;%ea thaitj eblqr.  of skin! The rich seem to have advantages  over the poor. Those with' "good connections'' in the right places get ahead  while the "unknown" person is practically spurned. "������'���?  Let's be honest and realize there is a  tendency within each of us to practise a  type of prejudice or discrimination on  some level, which stems from our diseased human nature. We place a welcome  mat at our front door, but is evervone  always welcome?  I think of the welcpme mat that Jesus  Christ has placed before each one of us.  He says: "Him who comes to.me, I will  not cast out". He welcomes all, regard-'  less pf color or station in life. He welcomes the poor and the, rich; the prominent executive and the ditch-digger;  the outcast and the drunkard. What a  tremendous fact. Jesus says that all are  welcome and if they believe in Him they  will never be cast out of His kingdom,  His presence, His fellowship. Come to  Him just as you are, and He will accept  you,  >.i.-a.__.  There's gold  in them thar  nulls �� �� ��  MISS AD-VISOR  WILL HELP YOU FINfD IT!  Miss Ad-Vlsor (from The Times) may bo phoning you a"y  day, <to help you turn things you no longer need Into cash.  People need what you no longer need, believe it or notl Sho'll  help you word your classified Ad-Brlof for better results.  Whether you want to buy, rent, sell, trqdo, swap, or whatever,  Times classifieds will work hard for you, bocauso they'll  take your, message to moro than ten thousand readors on  the Sunshine Coast . . . the biggest coverage by far of any  paper! Got your gold out of those thar halls! Why wait?  Phonic us direct!  GO CLASSIFIED!  anil roach more  people through  The TIMES  Phono  Sechelt 88B-9664, 885-2636. Gibsons, 886-2121  #2  ������j��Mrt��������llll����i��W  J. S. BROWNING  *-'���'- '   R.R.  #J, Sechelt.  101 held 'suicide road'  EDITOR'S NQTE: A copy of the follow-  in. letter, addressed to Robert Strachan, ^nister Of highways, was submited  by the author for publication in The  Times.  Hon. Mr. Strachan,  Minister of Highways,  Victoria, B.C.  Sir: Asr a taxpayer I would like to  know what you intend doing about Highway. 101 on the Sechelt Peninsula? It is  a suicide r&ad.  I'm sure there must be enough money  in the government funds to paint a white  line down the 4-mile stretch of new pave- '  ment.  On February. 11 I had an emergency  in my family and had to make the first  ferry to town. It was the worst possible  ride I have ever made. Between Madeira  Park and Halfmoon Bay it is like a qork-  screw and the' new four mile section hasn't even a white line and is almost impossible to drive in the rain, dark and  fog.  Since you have been in government  the road has deteriorated at an alarming  rate.  Why don't you take a drive over this  highway-from' Langdale to Earl's Covet  Cancer facts  .THERE  is   no, reason  to  believe that  cancer may not be controlled as ef- <  fectively as other diseases, and there is  no difference in the methods now being  used to determine how that may be done.  The main difference between cancer  and some other diseases which have already been, conquered is its complexity.  That is .why the cancer research effort must be so great. In Canada,, the  major support comes from the National  Cancer Institute "of Canada* and DO per  .cent of its income is provided by the Ca- *  nadian Cancer Society. '  *   These two organizations work closely  with7.the federal and  provincial  health  departments and treatment agencies and  with  the' Canadian  Mental^ Association.  The society conducts one annual campaign for funds during the month of Ap>*  ril. A major part of the funds collected  supports cancer research through .grants  and fellowships  and  provides facilities  for research.  Page 2 ;   The Peninsula Tlrnef /  Wednesday, March 7, 1973  MMMMMMMMMMMtM  WWaHOmWMWiWVMMMWMiHHWaMWMWi  Apartment  For Rent  x 7 \  2 bedroom  luxurious suites  No children No pets  References required  Gibsons  For appointment to  view, 886-7112  vi  SJVinMMMMaiMataanaWHHHwManntMMiawiataMwitiaaaMtaHWMiMMn  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  ANNUAL MEETING  MARCH 31  PLAN TO ATTEND  VISITORS WELCOMEI  who haven't. Whilst many businesses find   Bu W/^^re^.^t^^te.. study  this quite satisfactory I am afraid that  we consider this not only unethical but  completely unfair.  Secondly, since last year the federal  government has seen fit to consider outstanding accounts as taxable income. In  other words one is expected to-lpay income tax ori money that has not been  received." If'' you consider that a dentai  offices- overhead is between 45.and 60  per cent of its grogs iriconie then-to  have outstanding accounts-considered as^  net income is completely unrealistic;  Again, if we were to have outstanding '  accounts we would ^be 'obliged to Praise  fees to pay interest on what would in  fact be a loan to the federar government. :    ...������;...  The policy that your reader^ complains  , ftf, ;is> designed, to .eliminate; th> very high,  '-.expense ,of bookkeeping and -losses that  are the inevitable results' of unlimited  credit.7lt not only saves us money but  it saves' bin money, too.  ���T.  C.  WEBB, D.  R. BLAND  The Dental Centre,  Gibsons  A place reserved in hell  . Editor, The Times,  Sir: "Ere the stern hues of resolution  be sicklied o'er -by the pale cast of doubt,"  I must write about a dream I had re-  ��� cently. "     ���  I dreampt that*' I was in hell and  the devil was showing me around. Presently we came to a place which "was  white hot under forced draft close to the  main furnaces.  "One supposes, sir," I said, "that this  is reserved for such as Hitler, Stalin,  Napoleon etc.!"  "Oh, no," said the devil," far worse  than that. This is reserved for people  who in their lifetime allowed their dog  or dogs to bark continuously during the  night thereby keeping the neighbors  awake,"  Then in terror I woke  Crying, 'this i^ no joke,'  And jumped out of bed like King Priam  All I have to remark  If you're yet in the dark,  Is that you're not any worse off than I am  But having got up arid made a cup  of   tea,   thus  steadying  down  a  bit,  I  reflected  on  the  fact  that  there is  no  law which can stop a dog  barking aU  night if it wants to. One has to suppose  there   is   something   bothering   it,   such  as perhaps lack of Vitamin A making it  Books- Books  and BOOKS!  CHOOSE BY MAIL  Best Sellers - Craft  Hobby - Travel  Adventure  Hardcover - Paperback  We will be pleased  to add your name to  our mailing list at  no obligation to you  Simply clip and mall  this coupon.  PICK-A-POCkET  BOOK SHOP  2442 Marino Drive  Wo��t Vancouver, B.C.  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DISTINCTION  TO  FIT  EVERY  BUDGET  FROM  KEN DeVRIES  1TD.  ~*~)~l   .1., ���������:  1659 Sunsr^ne C^st Hi^  Phone 886-7112  * CARPETS    * TILES  HOURS:  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.  LINOLEUMS  Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  FPIAl  FOR THE  RECREATION CENTRE  >/���������  ������'"ffl-M  %  The Project is Truly Worthwhile'.- jRecreafion   is    a  Must  \  Taxation is the Only Way It Can Be Made Available To All  THE TAXATION COST   IS   REASONABLE  \/  Even   if  you  do  not   plan  to  use the facilities   we  ask  you to he generous and donate your tax dollar for the  Community   and   its   people.  ���1���1������n.i���   ��������� n i���,��� ,..,...,���������.���..,,.- ,���, ���   ��� ���  . ....^ ���>- tl-..t n )||t  .-.m.    r   ..f      i-m-i-iii-   iu.1111,. iiiiLH...irnr-       f 11    -1   "i   '      j..'     in A ���-iirniniiir-.niri." urn. _ 111.1111 r...im��� ti  y ..  rfl,.,, ���������������,.      ���         ��� .,-���,��� -      ,-,    ,.,,   ,,.���,-,      ���      m.  -..         _         ....        . ....              , . .  PUBLIC MEETINGS WILL BE HELD TO PRESENT  THE BRACTS, FIGURES, AND ANSWER QUESTIONS  tv  FF  Vi.  1 ���   \ J  /  ��� I  City priced'  come  to Gibsons  Happenings around Elphie  A GRADE eight basketball league, directed by Harry Turner, is now actively  under way. The league, in its second year,  plays an important role in. the development of potential Elphinstone basketball  teams. The program teaches boys the  basic fundamentals of the sport and also  serves as a lesson in teamwork and  sportsmanship.  There are five teams in the league  with players ranging from grades 5-8.  They are: mphinstone "T\ coached by  Mr. Turner; Elphinstone "S" coached by  Bill Sneddon; Gibsons Elementary, coached by John Lowden and Sechelt Residential and Sechelt Elementary both  coached by Jim Gray.  GRADE 8 ACTION  On. Feb. 24, Elphinstone "T" downed  Gibsons Elementary. Eric Clark led the  winners with 10 points.  On. Feb, 26^ Elphinstone,"^'r.managed  ���!>y Joan Blomgren  stone Will play off for the right to the  title. The winner will advance to the  provincial 7 semi-minals in Vancouver,  March 9 and 10.  GO  COUGARS GO  7 Last weekend Elphie's senior boys  travelled to St. Thomas More in Burnaby  to participate in the provincial semifinal tri-zone basketball tournament.  Travelling along with our local heroes  were over one hundred entuhsiastie fans,  including cheerleaders and trumpet players, that planned on vocally leading Elphinstone onto total victory! If-the Cougars win they will advance to KeloWna  and enter their first ever provincial  tournament, March 15-17.  Homemaker slate named  HOMEMAKERS' Club, Sechelt, held its  annual election  recently  and  Stella  ���a 48-35 tf ctoi^ oveir^^ president.  L ~     '   -' Tillie August was named vice-president  and jBliza August was re-elected as trea-  surer. Ruby Paul! is secretary.  THE RED PONY, John Steinbeck's  classic story, will be seen on television March 11 on the CTV network  The most poignant moment in the  story is the birth of a foal, which the  star, Henry   Foiida, describes'."'jm  "that last   dramatic,   suspense*^  poetic "scener *' TV audiences in the  U.S. who will see the film a week  later, will not get '^-^ti^^^'  to witness the natural climax of the  two^hour. show, said MacMillan-Bloedel, sponsors of $he Oanadiatf show-  fng. MB agreed with Fonda that the  birth scene, which is an extremely  moving    and ���sensitive   sequeno|,  sfliould be retailed in deference io  Steinbeck's storyi CHnt Howard, whb  plays Jody, the central character %  the film is shown wi&Stheired colt.  y Big-game hunters Used to go to Africa, but now-ihey-i can-' stay right At  ��home and hunt tickets for the big gamS.  'behind Bruce Brannan's 21 point performance.  Repeating their fine style, Mr. Tur-  , net's   squad  also  defeated  Elphinstone  "S",  35-23.   Gordie  Currie    was  high-  , scorer with 10 points in the Tuesday nighty  game,  March 29 and 30 a tournament featuring these teams will be held at Elphinstone gym.  League leader at the present time is  Sechelt Elementary.  RECORD MADE  Elphie's Junior boys won two games  and lost two this weekend as they attended a basketball tournament in Richmond. The Cougars defeated McRoberts  and downed the host squad, Cambie, but  : lost to J. N. Burnett and Eric Hamber.  Frank Havies scored a remarkable 31  ; points to break the junior record of 28  points held by his sister Gwenda and  .surpass the school record of 29 points  set by Brad Norris. Frank's performance  also netted him a tournament all-star  rating. '  Squamish and Pemberton teams have  conceded the Howe Sound junior boys  championship but  Pender  and Elphln-  Happiness is a way station between  loo much .and top little. -;  GIBSONS���"Record and tapes  at city  i     prices"  is the pledge .made by the  three young.businessmen behind Sunrise  Records and Tapes, Gibsons' new music,  store opening Saturday.  |\     Their policy, they say, will be to provide Sunshine' Coast residents with as  ;varied 1 a selection of.music as possible,  and at the lowest prices possible.  Sunrise Records and Tapes will specialize in just that, but Graham Gillis, one  of the owners, told The Times they will  be pleased to order equipment for customers at. near-wholesale prices.  Gillis has had wide experience in  the music field and worked with Kelly's  Stereomart in Vancouver for a time.  He came over to Gibsons on holiday  recently and found 'there was nowhere to buy good1 music at reasonable  prices." So, together with Dave Wallace  of Granthams Landing and Dave Hous-  ,ser from Vancouver, Gillis decided the  time was right to open a music store in  the village, catering to residents throughout the Sunshine Coast.  -��� "We bope to liave comparable prices  to Vancouver,"\said Gillis,  Initial stock will be aroundflOOO  records, but this will bev expanded, to  keep pace with public demand.  Sunrise Records and Tapes is staging a special grand opening sale Saturday, to acquaint local residents with their  new music outlet.Free coffee and donuts  ,wjll be available.  Soje Motoring  MOTORISTS have beenlearning the uneasy way that 1972 and later model  cars don't perform as well as older ones  because of new pollution control devices..  A slow starting engine, for instance, does  not necessarily call for a trip to the repair garage. ,  If an engine balks, the B.C. Automobile Association has this advice: '.'Turn on  the ignition switch, push down the gas  edal all the way and hold it there for  0.,or 40 seconds. Then start the car as  u would normally:"     ������','���'  Conditions caused by leaner air-fuel  , mixtures may result in a new car surging  slightly as it cruises along, or shuddering or creeping ahead when it is stopped ���  ,for a traffic light.  The two most important factors involved in both a safe and "clean" auto  are keeping it properly maintained and  making certain needed repairs.  Basic maintenance means getting a  tune-up every 12,000 miles and reading  the owner's manual to determine what  heeds to be maintained. A simple tune-  up not only reduces pollutants but improves engine performance.  The quest for cleaner air is expensive:  r'Tune-ups   cost  money,, new  cars  need  more fuel to feed the engine, and pollution hardware may cost up to $300 per  -car by 19.75.''  ; i i "Until -the - "pollution prone" combus-  "/iibn-engine-fe replaced-"wiUi an alternate  *"power source, BCAA says all motorists  niust. learn what they can to keep their  cars from polluting the environment  TOPS members plan  rummage sale soon  SECHELT afternoon TOPS members will  - hold a rummage sale March 21 in the  Legion hall starting at 11 a.m.  ThejTOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensi-  bly) group has been working for almost  a year toTry raise $500 Svith the intention -  of sending 25 to 30 women to the provincial recognition day in May in Chilli-.  wack.  This is an important occasion, said a  TOPS- member, as all the people who  have worked to remove pounds, will be  rewarded. ^        '  There will be a provincial king and  queen, chapter king and queen plus other  honors.  There will be chapter and individual  competitions, workshops and educational  meetings. Anyone interested in TOPS can  get information about the club by calling  885-9386, Mrs. Joy Smith.  If anyone has rummage they wish to  donate, they may call Mrs. Clark at 885-  9086 or Mrs. ��tephanson, 885-2192.  -    ���      ;��� - ��� ��� ��� .   I        I  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  The Peninsulo Times .���   Pago 3  Wednesday, March 7,1973    .  HOMELITE*  XL2  CHAIN SAW  MAKES CUTTING  TWICE-AS-EASY  ��� The twlce-as-easy chain taw with  Twin Trigger��� Dual Control Syitem  ��� Lightweight, perfectly balanced,  only 7.1 lbs, len bar and chain  ��� Powerful Homelite*  Komi-Head Engine  ��� Automatic Chain Oiler,  standard equipment  ��� Quiet Softone"1 Muffler  95  8uga����t��d RMDll Prlc*  TM Tf��d��ro��rfc of l(o��Mllt��,  a dlytilon of TtxtrMi Inc.  ���ffTHHT  CHAM SAW CENTRE  086-9026 ,  HOMELITE  -f*.  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For insurance" of oil kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  DON'T MESS IT UP1  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  BINGO  Legion Hall, Sechelt  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 p.nt.  JACKPOT    $125  TO GO  110 DOOR PRIZE  STORES'  Sechelv  885-9416  SALE:       ^  Thursday, Friday  Saturday,  March 8, 9, 10  CANADA No. 1  CHUCK  STEAKS  CANADA No. 1  CROSS RIB  ROAST  $1.19  B  CANADA No.  1  RUMP OR  SIRLOIN  TIP ROAST  $1*4 7  1  B  BANANAS  8 i $1����  CANADA No.  1  *^a^  STEAK  Bone In  $1.49  1  B  Green Onions  and Radishes  2 s 19c  CHEESE SLICES  QQ  Kraft. 1 Ib .    %sP M  Pineapple Juice 55  Dole.48 ox   ^w<W  Luncheon Meal st ���_      39*  Peek Frean Cookies X s ��- *1  Tang Orange Crystals 4:::;"79c  Instant Coffee i��,RoM $1.79  Cat Food ^ Bp 4-79s  Carrots n  19*  OUq RENOVATIONS CONTINUE  We rbaprvo the right to limit quantities  m  S>  ���\ \  > ) / ���  ./���    '    ��� ^  j   ;  >' ��� /  . ' -.  i / ���  i  I l| A  V  i; v  -v^  ' -  I  Pdge 4 The Peninsula Times, Wednesday, March 1. 1973     REAL ESTATE (Con'f)      "    REAL ESTATE (Can't) WORK WANTED (Cont.)      HELP WANTED (Cont.)  mmmmmmmm*mBimNm**mm*!jimmMm'  -, / - , ���. Sechelt-Phone 885-9654  THEPENlNSUlAy^fii    Gibsons - Phone 886-2121  /  AD-BRIEFS  Classified  niiuijinnmuiiuuuitiiinwinnnniM-innn'rn-*���-������������������������..�����"'  ' . ^ Published .Wednesdays by   -  Powell   Rivet News Town  Crjer  Sechelt Times Ltd.   -  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Member,. Audit Bureau  ' of Circulation*  September 30, 1972  Gross Circulation 3350- -  .Paid Circulation 2727  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation, subject to audit.  .   Classified Advertising Rotes:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 wordsh  One Insertion $��-I9  PERSONAL  BAHA'I Faith, informal chats.  885-2465, 886-2078.     1075-tfn  ���W���-Mil���I    ���'   �����!     11^        -      I I ���-!����� ������������������      ���"  HOMEMAKER: Lady who enquired-about the Homemak-  er project, please call Mrs. Jef-  fries 885-9323.   ,       ���     1760-15  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings  8:30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilson Creek Community Hall. Ph. 885-9327.  ��� .   8657--tfn  Three insertions $2-20  Extro lines (j* words) 30c  (This rote'does not apply to,   .  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers 50c extra  50c Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date.  Legal, or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.'  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oricm, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $3.60 (up to. 14 lines)  and 30c per line ofter thot. Four  words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events,take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates:  Local Areo $6.00 yr. ���  Outside Local Area ....$7.00 yr.  U.S.A.    $9.00 yr.  >   Overseas    "_ $10.00 yr.  Special Citizens," _   __  Local Area $3.50  Canada $4.00  Single Copies <_15e  Copyright and/or property rights  subsists in all display advertising  and other material appearing in,  this edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Tinges. Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any  ��� form whatsover, 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 t recourse  in  law.  "In the event of o typographical  error advertising goods or services,  at a wrong price, goods or services  ..may not ok sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper.; Advertising is merely ah offer to sell,  ond moy be withdrawn ot any  time'V-��-(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 ap-  7 plicable 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.  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  .     . aro pleated to sponsor this  Birth  Announcement space, and  extendi Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  ANNOUNCEMENTS,  WE would like to apologize for  the inconvenience caused by  the delayed orders recently  and wish to thank all our  customers for their patience  and understanding. Avon Products of Canada. 1716-15  DISCUSSION on Day Care, 8  p.m.,    March    8,    Gibsons,  United Church. 1759-15  CARD OF THANKS  I WISH to thank everyone for  their kindness during the  return trip to and from  ^Eaton's. Special thanks to Mr.  Hayward and Mrs. Stalnhauscr  fdr tea and Mrs. Edmonds for  the use of her wheel chiair.  Sincerely, Elizabeth H. Bur-  rell. ,    1722-15  SPIRITUAL healing and readings. Box 1665, Sechelt Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  / 1665-tfn  REAL ESTATE  ARE you planning to build a  new home? Contact your  National Homes representative  Dave Whidden, Box 357, Garibaldi HighlanoX^C^gOl-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR   ,  SAKINAW LAKE RESORT  ���    1,800'Waterfront  1,000 Beach  39 Acres  One of the choice Peninsula  Properties  $190,000  Potential Unlimited  Phone: 254-1060  9319-tfn  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view* trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The Times, Sechelt, B*C.  .  332-tfn  ONLY SIX YEARS OLD: Immaculate waterfront home. 2  nice bedrooms, 4 pc., vanity  bath, spacious 14 x 18 living  room has fireplace and opens  tb large sun room. Modern  cabinet kitchen, dining room.  Utility. 3 car garage has space  under, for storage.'Cash to 6%  per cent mortgage.  LAKEPRONT RETREAT: 90'  beach with established boat  float. Cozy 2 room cabin,'fully  furnished. Good road access,  Offers near $27,000. .  LISTINGS  WANTED!  K. BUTLER  REALTY LTD.  ALL   TYPES' INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  7L     Phope 886-2000  'Member "���  "multiple listing  SERVICE  9291-15  1 LOT, 80'x200\ Langdale sub-  division.   Firm   $9000   cash.  Phone 485-4016. 1622-15  LOT for sale by owner, West  Sechelt. Serviced, $4500 cash  firm.. Ph. 885-9655.        1640-16  TWO five acre blocks, elevated property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.        333-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  5 BEAUTIFUL view acres on  Francis Peninsula with lots  of privacy & seclusion.  Asking $20,000.  250 ft. protected waterfront on  Francis Peninsula, almost 3  acres.   Hydro   and   water   on.  Asking $49,000. Terms.  JACK NOBLE  Rochester Realty Ltd.  Phone 883-2701  9294-15  REDROOFF Road ��� % acre  treed lot, easy access. Potential view, close to hot fishing  in Servant Bay. F.P. $7500.  Phone 085-2087. 1642-16  , Public Trustee  . 'ESTATE SALE  The Public Trustee as Administrator of the Estate of  Ama Rogers offers for sale the  following estate  property:  Dwelling   only  situated   on  Leasehold ��� property    being  .The  Whole  of Lot -No. .38  in the Selma Park Subdiv-  , -ision of Sechelt. Indian Reserve No. 2, New Westminster   District,   Province   of  , British Columbia, as shown  on Plan of Survey No. B.C.  643 made by J. Rodger Bur-  nes B.C.L.S. during July,  1929, of record with Indian  Affairs Survey. Records at  Ottawa.  1972 Taxes (Gross) $   98.11  1972 Assessments  Land-    $ 901.00  Improvements  $1,720.00  Very livable-frame dwelling  of approx. 762 sq. ft. flbor area  with good "ocean view of Trail  .Bay; 2 bedrooms;' lot size approx. 50' 100' with fruit trees  and garden. Lease $50.00 per  .year expiring 31st December,  1975. with renewal to be negotiated at expiration date or  before. The premises may be"  inspected on Thursday! March,  15, 1973 from 10: A.M. to 4t00  P.M.. Written offers for this  property will be .received by  the undersigned up to 5:00  P.M. on Friday, March 23,  1973. No representations are  made with respect to the condition of or title to the dwelling. The/highest offer or any  offer notT necessarily accepted.  All cash required. No offer  under $7,600.00 will be considered.  Clinton W. Foote,  Public Trustee,  635 Burrard Street,     I  Vancouver 1, B.C.  ��� .  7    (Phone 684^6311)  7 9293-15  .'. ACREAGE  wanted.   Ph.   $86-  2300, evenings. 1724-18  BROOKS Cove waterfront,  150'x234', .%; acre, sheltered  moorage. General building  sites, water on lot, very  secluded, excellent view, -close  to fishing. F.P. $31500.a'Terms.  Phone $85-2087. 1641-16  WANTED,    waterfront,    with  protection for' boat. 584-6105,  W: Parker, 15112 Eagle Place,  Surrey, B.C. 1645-16  HOUSE & HOBBY FARM  JH VILLAGE'OF GIBSONS  on Highway 101  /' i  2.1 Level, cleared acres with  j spacious   3   Bedroom  Modern  Home with fireplace. Excellent  Barn  arid two cottages.  Close to  shopping plaza and  schools.  y  Full price $35,900  Cash to Mortgage  PHONE 886-7577  9288-15  4    RESIDENTIAL   lots; . R-2  s zoning.. Off   highway,   east  of Flume Rd., Roberts Creek.  For/~plan and prospectus, ph.  885-2332 days, 886-2505 evs.  "  - 1646-16  gyxlBO' VIEW lot, Sblma Park,'  water and hydro. Ph.. 883-  "2758. '  rft2-17  Vn ACRE treed lot - year round  stream, ~i00 "ft. frontage on  66 ft. street - water and power  laid. One block from beach  in Roberts Creek. Phone 886-  2573. 122M7  FOR RENT  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  7815-tfn  J -   ' ���    "'������   ���-     '���   ���    -IJ   ���    I       II     IMHWa .   I   .���MM*  FULLY modern furniture one  room suite. Private entrance.  Phone 886-9641.' 1763-15  SPECIAL monthly rates until  ' May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby Lake Motel, R.R.I.,  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269   - 566-tfn  OFFICE  space,  Harris  Block,  Gibsons. 886-2861 after 5:30  p.m. . ' 1209-tfn  SPACIOUS one bedroom suite,  central Sechelt, Lang Block.  Elec. heat, stove, frig, available April 1. $140. Phone 885-  ' 9366.  1752-15  COTTAGE, 2 bedrooms, fully  furnished,    Roberts    Creek.  Business couple,  $125  month.  Phone 886-7316. 1662-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  3 OR, 4 bedroom house, Gibsons, Sechelt, area. References   available.   Phone  collect  after 6 p.m. 112-987-6858.  '  1210-15  1 OR, 2 bedroom furnished cottage or house in Gibsons area  by Public Health, nurse beginning in April. References  available. Phone 886-2089 after  5 p.m.,:"������". 1648-16  WANTED to rent for month of  July, 2 or 3 bedroom cottage  by   the  sea.   Phone  299-2547.  1651-16  1  OR 2 bedroom home( pre-  ��� ferably furnished) in Sechelt"  area  on   or  before  June  30,  1973. Ph. 885-9581.        160*6.16  WANTED  WANTED used tractor for  parts, Oliver OC46. Phone 112-  483-3637 or write to Box 112,  Powell Riveiv B.C.        1214-16  WORK WANTED  HORSESHOEING.   Phone  for  appointment 886-2795.      .  980-tfn  CARPENTRY, painting, furniture  repairs;'  outside jwork, .  light'hauling, etcV You namfi'itpi  $4 per. hour. Phone" 886-9689/''  leave message. 1544-tfn  L. W. (Bill) Pearson, painting  contractor, first class workmanship, 35 years experience.  Interior and exterior. Phone  885-2823. 1714-tfn  CHIMNEY sweeping; oil stove,  . cleaning    service.    R.    M.  Crook,   Phone   886-2834  after  5 p.m.   1514-tfn  CARPENTER for hire, build-  ing and renovation etc. Ph.  885-95.10.     ' 1656-16  PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES  A complete Tree Service  Phone 885-2109  9314-7  HANDYMAN Services, of all  types home renovations and  remodelling. Free estimates -  all work guaranteed. Phone  885-9060. 1767-15  >      .. _i    -     -    -      _  MEDICAL student needs' sum-  - mer job, Sechelt; May 20  to Aug. 31. Experienced; trucking, boats, logging, construction,'maintenance, retail sales,  food services, research biology,  teaching.   Phone   112-266-0028  ; collect, evenings. 1507-15  ���:���.���> > -  FURNACE   installations   and  burner   service.   Free   estimates. Ph. 886-7111.       36-tfn  HELP WANTED "  WOMAN for part time work  in motel. Must be clean and  reliable. Box 1719, Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.   1719-15  .   FREE RENT  Couple for caretaking.  Beach near Sechelt. No  salary. 3 room furnished  apartment. 434-1298  9299-15  Sunshine Coast ���  'Regional District  DRAFTSMAN-  TECHNICIAN  The Sunshine-Coast Regional  District requires the services  of a Draftsman-Technician. He  will initially be responsible for  the recording of subdivisions  on existing maps, preparation  jot sketches of'maps for zoning  regulation purposes, recording  of water utility lines on maps  and preparation of drawings  for extension 6f the utility  system. Subsequently *he fill  be expected to assist in the  general duties associated with  the Planning and Building inspection functions of the Regional District.  Applications stating qualifications, availability, and salary  expected will be received by  the undersigned up to March  21st,  1973.  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  Charles F. Gooding  Adminstrator.  9298-15  FEMALE High School graduate for on the job training,  40 hrs. week. Phone, 885-2339.   1720-tfn  AVON has a territory for you-  if you live in Halfmoon Bay.  Earn extra cash selling our  famous products^ near your  home. Call now, collect to:  Mrs. Matches, 929-2592.   1647-16  FULL time hair dresser, 1 yr.  experience, some experience  at  managing.  Sechelt Beauty  Salon, Cowrie Street. 885-2818.  1708-16  E  Rent to Own  Our new exclusive purcholease plan  may be, the answer to your home needs.  The mobile home of your choice,  delivered and set up anywhere in B.C.,  all for the first month's rent in  advance. Then simply pay monthly  payments until you have established the  down payment. C  All rental payments apply to the purchase  price.  Immediate delivery O.A.C.  le  New,  1973 fully furnished, 2 bedroom  Caravan with appliances  $99 total delivery deposit  $99 total monthly, rental payment     :  For further information call collect to  Roy Lyons personally.  437-5004 or 437-9738 lease division,  Cosmopolitan Mobile Homes,  5680 Kingsway, South Burnaby.  k  BOX 769,\SECHELT, B.C  pncoast ESTATES LTD.  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  SUNSHINE COAST BRUSHWOOD FARM  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS'  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEXES ��� 4 units In all, two rooms,  fridges, stoves, sheds, on large, landscaped lot; ono  block from the ocean. Move Into ope unit and rent  three out, or straight investment. Good mortgage Is  available, so verylittlo down required on full prlco  f     $57,500. Illness forces this salo.    '  54 ACRES ��� with panoramic vlow of Howo Sound  and Georgia Straits and the lights of Vancouver at  night. Real Holding Property at $1,300 an aero or  $70,000.  TUWANEK ���- New view home, 200 ft. from beach  with commanding view. Gothic Arch construction,  largo living room with sundeck, modern bathrorim, tvyo  bedrooms (could be three), landscaped lot and driveway. Fishing, boating, swimming, hiking ot your call.  Full price $27,500.  LISTINGS     WANTED  K. A Crosby 886-2098 ��� J. E. White 886-2935  J. Visser 885-2300 ��� Mike Blaney 886-7436  REDROOFFS AREA  Good access to beach from 3 acres of treed  land, year-round  creek. 130 ft. frontage. Terms. Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-  2241, or evenings 885-2385, 885-2053.  ���     .      ..   / ��� 1    ,  ROBERTS CREEK  Treed view  lots,  fully serviced,  black top  roads, only a  short  walk to public beach. Some lots have fruit trees. Full price $5950.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson, 885-2241  or evenings 885-2385,  885-2053.  1.8 ACRE RAVINE LOT  �����  .JS��� ch' heQV,|y treed, year-round creek, fully serviced.  F.P. ?10,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241 oi"evenlnas  885-2385, 885-2053.  310' WATERFRONT  Egmont location, deep morage, with good road access, serviced  house has 2 bedrooms, kitchen; living room.  Needs work   F P.  $26,500.   Call Jack or Stan  Anderson  885-2241   or evenings  885-2385, 885-2053.  2 BEDROOM RANCH STYLE plus  attached suite. 2 sets of plumbing, 5 plcturesquo acres, seasonal  stream, 6-stoll horso bam, cultivated, fenced and cross-fenced,  riding arena. Toll firs, and fruit trees, city water. 330' paved  road. Subdivision possible. Full prlco $57,500, Call Jack or Stan  Anderson 885-2241 or ovenlngs 885-2053 or 885-2385.  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT  74 ft. frontage by 220 ft, deep. Arbutus and fir trees, serviced  with water and power. Excellont building sites, easy access, Full  prlco $15,750, terms. Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-2241 br  evenings 885-2385, 885-2053.  iq ACRE FARM  Year-round creek,  five cleared acres.   1260 sq, ft.  home with  flroplaco and Vt basement, Shop and barn. Good view, five acres  In trees. Full prlco $51,500, Call Jack or Stan Anderson 805-  2241 or evenings 085-2385, 805-2053.  READY^TO MOVE INTO  4  bedroom  home,  lovely stone  fireplace,  close  to all   facilities  Asking only $24,900. fjffors. Call Len or Susanna Van Egmond  885-2241 or 885-9683.  SUMMER HOME  Ono acre lot, Redrooffs aroa. 700 sq, ft, cedar homo, Lot is sub-  dlvldable, home two bedrooms, good wator supply. Full prlco is  - ������   ���    ��� - -3-2241  $16,900.  Call Jack or Stan Andorson  885-  005-2385, 885-2053.  or ovenlngs  4 DEDROOM HOME  1500 sq, ft, with full basement, huge living room, good potential  for two suites ln basement, ground lovol entrance, 200 amp.  electrical service, 2 sqts plumbing. Good vlow, sundeck, corner  lot. Full prlco $39,900, Call Jack or Ston Anclersbn 805-2241 or  /      ovenlngs 085-2305, 805-2053.  NEW ,ViF.W HOME  Two bedrctom, 1140 iq. ft. homo, full basomdVir, finished first  floor. Two fireplaces. Solma Park location. Good potential for Inlaw suite, ground level, basement entrance, sundeck, panoramic  vlow, largo lot. Full price $31,500. Call. Jack or Stan 'Anderson  005-2241 or ovenlngs 085-238(5; 805-2053.  REVENUE AND RETIREMENT  Rn",re u?.,thoter?dl^}!0 y��u co,,ect *300J>or month, Closo to'  oil facilities. F.P.  $45,000, terms. Offers. Call Un or Suxanno  Van Egmond 885-2241 or 885-9683.  ONLY $3200  Half aero lot, paved rood, nlcoly treed. Call Lon or Suxonno Von  EgmOnd 885-2241, evenings 005-9683.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL  2 bedroom cottage on lovely boach, protected moorago for your  boar, nicely treed, all fenced yard. Dominion lease. Only $11 000  *���������        Call now. Stuanne 005-2241, 085-9683, '  7    GRANTHAM'S LANDING  ONLY $2,000. 4 only   50V100', Call now Lon or Suxanno Von  Egmond 005-2341, evenings 805-9603.  FULLY SERVICED VIEW' LOT  on paved road. Only $5,950, Coll Suxonne or Lon Van Eamond  885-2241, evenlnrjs 085-9603, ��  P  PORPOISE BAY WATERFRONT  Only $12,000 ��� largo vlow lots, good beach, protected moorage  Call Lon or Suxanno Von Egmond 005-2241 or 885-9603.  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU5-5544  SEE US AT, OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM SECHELT BUS DEPOT  W  K\  "��� 'j  PENDER HARBOUR1 and EGMONT  ISLAND���EGMONT  Beautiful small island in the heart of the good fishing areo and  only o few hundred feet off shore. Small furnished home, guest ���  cottage (need? repairs). First time offered. $41,000.   _,  RUBY LAKE \  96' waterfrontage (road access) and 792 sq.'ft. partially furnished 3 bedroom summer .cottage with sundeck and float. $25,000.  ���     VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved rood, water ond hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores, marinas and post  office. $6,000 to $10,000.  WARNOCK" ROAD  Level   lot,   79'x200'.   Excellent   mobile   home   site..   $6,200.  MADEIRA PARK   <_  One bedroom block home with attractive fireplace, electric heat,  on large level lot. $15,400.  Large adjoining lot also available for $7,600.  MARY ISLAND  Beautiful 4:8-ac"re-Mary Island, just outside Madeira Park Govt.  whorf. Over 1,500 ft. sheltered waterfront, water, telephone and  electricity. Large,  comfortable log home with electric heating,  small guest house, float. $125,000.  EGMONT WATERFRONT LOTS  Close sto school, post office, store, gov't  wharf.   $11,000 and  7   $13,000.  7-  GARDEN BAY  2 bedroom Panabode'cottage with exceptional view of Pender  Harbour. Wall-tOrwall carpets, electric heat, built-in range. On  large view lot. Close to stores and marinas..$26,000.  BROOKS COVE - HALFMOON BAY  194' deep Waterfront with 3 bdrm. Panbode home (4" cedar) with  sundeck, full bathroom, propane range ond fridge. All furniture,  dishes, bedding, etc. included. No electricity. Access by path  only - 850 ft. from parking lot to house. Immediate possession.  ' $29,000      7  MADEIRA PARK  8 year old 2 bedroom home on landscaped lot with fruit trees.  Close to schools, stores, marinas and P.O. Room for additional  bedrooms in bosement. Washer, dryer, range, fridge included in  price of $29,000. Immediate possession.  VIEW LOTS��� GARDEN BAY  Very large parklike lots overlooking Kender Harbour. Priced from  $5,300 to $6,000.  EARLS COVE  Unfinished cottage with sundeck on semi-waterfront view lot. Few  hundred feet to beach. $8,200.  ���   ���!!;'- '    GARDEN BAY,      \'l. '*"' ::;;?*>��  6 B.R, home,on  103' woterfront. Lots, of floats.  Potential for  tourist development. $50,000.  LARGE ACREAGE  1. Mixol Loke���157 ocres" with timber���550' waterfront���  $50,000.  2. Secret Cove Area*���160 acres���roods and trails throughout���  fairly level property���$70,000.  3. Pender Harbour���approx. 33 ocres^���approx. 1800' waterfront  ���$85,000.  4. Francis Peninsula, 37 acres, partially developed possible 86  lot subdivision site. Approx. 3,900' primary road constructed.  Water main on S.E.V corner of property. Gravel pit. Asking  $150,000.  PENDER HARBOUR STORE LTD.  Volume business In this busy store. $117,000 plus stock, Price  Includes business, land, 2 store buildings, ond 3 bedroom home.  Shows an excellent profit on Investment.  REVENUE BUILDING -"MADEIRA PARK  2 storoy concrete block and frame commercial buildinq In Madeira  Park, close to Post Office, Has oho office and small store on main  floor and a 2 bedroom suite on uppor floor, Gross monthly rental  Income Ii $290,00. Full prlco $36,000, Also, ono adjoining level  commercial lot available for $16,000,  GARDEN BAY  Large treed lot with 54' waterfront, drlvoway In, bldg, site cleared,  14' trailer Included In price of $ 16,000.  '   IRVINE'S LANDING  Largo view lot, reasonably level, $0,00C  . p        WATERFRONT LOTS  Ruby Lake, 105'  _  $12,500  75'  Gordon Day  $16,500  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots ovolloblo ��� some fully serviced,  '  EARLS COVE  450' Waterfront, opprox, 5\. acres. Old 2 bedroom house (noode  rebuilding),  $49,000  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  Near now 2 DR homo on opprox. % aero level lot. Has electric  heating, fireplace,  wAv campr,  storage ond carport.  $21/500,  Mony other view and watorfront lots In the Ponder Harbour area,  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  ^Ipr^Wj^  J?  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C.  hone Pender Harbour 883-2233  > ��� r  \  IT"*1  \ I  y  BARGAIN HARBOUR WATERFRONT HOME  Older home, 2 BR on main main floor, 2 BR on upper floor; oil  furnace, electric range, frig and some furniture. 54 ft. level waterfront lot. Asking $31,000.     >s  EARL COVE SUBDIVISION  View lot ��� $4,000. Corner lot ��� $5,500  MADEIRA PARK  Nice treed lots with rough driveways In. Close to school, stores,  post office ond morinos. $3,700 to $ 11,000.  SMALL ACREAGE WITH WATERFRONT  1. Sakinaw Lake���13.8 acres���approx. 350' choice waterfront���  $33,000.  2. Egmont���over 7 acres^���approx. 560' waterfront ��� excellent  slto for mobile home park���paved Maple Rd. runs through  property���$50,000.  ������&  l\ '  "> ���-   ll  v-  / ,  I.  HELP WANTED (Cont.)      , MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)        LIVESTOCK (Continued)        AUTOS, TRUCKS (Cortt.) ,     FOR SALE (Continued)       /LEGAL NOTICES (Cont.)  The Peniimilo Time*, Wednesday, Morch 7, 1973 Poge 5  HAIR stylist, full or part time.  Ph. 885-2339. 1721-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  ^^���>iaa������������ ������ iw,, n    m   an ,���,������,f  House for.iamilyjof 4, private.  Reply Box .1636, Peninsula'  Times, Box 310, Sechelt. .  ���  1636-tfo  TWO or three bedroom house  or property to build. Phone  885-9851. , 1789-17  WANTEP ��� Acreage. Have  some cash plus boat, 17* KC  Thermolite 120 Volvo Penta,  electric lift, full canvas, depth  sounder, tendem trailer, value  $3000. David' Ball, Deroche,  B.C. 826-8854 (Mission) 1613-15  LARGE size spare playpen in  good condition. Phone 883-  2563. 1762-17   *L   MOBILE HOMES  TRAILER space^available, all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park, West Sechelt. Ph. 885-  2375:      863-tfa  BRAND new 12'x60' Leader, 2  bedroom, deluxe furniture,  shag carpets,'colored appliances, full CSA certification, delivered and completely set- up  for only $9240. Can be seen  at Sunshine Coast9 Trailer  Park, Hwy. 101, Gibsons. Ph.  886-9826.  1204-tfn  10'x55'   3   bedroom   Glendale,  furnished and set up. Priced  for quick sale, at $5750. Phone  886-7839. 1602-tfn  BRAND new 12x68 Leader, 3  bedroom, shag carpet, colored appliances, full CSA Z240  '. certified, fully furnished and  completely set up for only  $10,700. Can be seen at Sunshine Coast Trailer Park Highway 101, Gibsons.       1538-tfn  60'xl2' 3 bedroom furnished or  unfurnished trailer., Excellent condition. Paid $9300. Offers over $7300. 112-526-1170  or Box 1717, Peninsula Times,  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C. 1717-17  MOBILE home,* 2 bedrooms'  10'x46', located at Sunshine  Coast Trailer Park court. $4900  cash. Ph. 886-7111.  , * 1581-tfn  in pwii���iwill   ���' ^���^mmmmmmmmmm^mmmmm.  3 BEDROOM partly furnished  10'x57' mobile-home.  $4700  cash. Ph. 886-2647.       1597-14  $7,979  FULL PRICE  ;   - New 12x64  3 bedroom  MOO down (O.A.C)  Call collect 434-8771  or 437-3972" '  6655 Kingsway .  South Burnaby  m     9295-tfn  1971 LAMPLIGHTER 12'x63' 3  bedroom, fridge and stove  $150 down take over payments  of $116 per month. Apply at  office of Sunshine Coast Trailer Park, 886-9826. Highways  101. Gibsons,. B.C,   ���      1205-tfn  PETS ~  FOUND���Tortoise shell, young  cat, near_Laudromat in Sechelt^ Leave message at 886-  7270 before 6:30 p.m.   1765-16  LIVESTOCK ''       ~~-  CHESTNUT gelding with tack.  5-8 years old, good disposition. Phone between 5 and 6  p.m. 885-2232. 1653-lP  2-TWO   year   old   registered  hereford  bulls for  sale  or  service. 886-2474 after 6: p.m.  .-���   -,-.���.   - 7.7/   :./a^   .: 1661-16.  8 YEAR old xhsre, and tack.  Good disposition, $400. Karen  Fearnley, 885-2423.       1573-tfn  PRETTY 4 year old   % Ap-  paldosa^mare,  gentle, likes  'people. Reasonable price. 883-  2584.  Audrey Priscesky,  Madeira Park. 1704-16  FEED,. SEEDS     ''     \  FENCING FERTILIZER  Buckerfield's  Horse,  Chicken,  Hog. &  Cattle. Feeds  . Purina Products  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  R.R. 1,    Gibsons   ,  Open: 9 a!m. to 6 p.m.  Tuesday to Saturday  One mile south of Sunshine  Coast Highway  Pratt Road 886-7527   . 9292-tf n  STALLION service-' "Blackburn 3 Bars" registered  quarter horse, dark bay, champion show horse. "Al Husan"  registered Arabian, bright red  chestnut champion bred, standing for service at Brushwood  Farm. Phone 886-2160. Visitors  welcome 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.   1176-15  SWlEFT 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  SWAP OR SELL N  34' DIESEL tug, will consider  part trade. Phone 886-2459.  1673-16  MORTGAGES  1 st AND 2nd>\ORTGAGES  Residential -  Commercial  Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders loans.  Fast appraisal service.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  2438  Marine Drive,     7  West Vancouver, B.C.  Phone 926-3256  1972 DATSUN pickup, .16,000    GREENHOUSE   installed   on'  miles,   radio,  .white.' $2100.       your property. Dome shaped^  Phone 885-9978: 1643-15    60  sq. ft. - of growing space,  J     $220 complete. Call Sunshine  Domes, 886-7158.      '   1715-tfn  '  JOHN NICHOLSON  . Lieutentant-Govemor  BOATS & ENGINES    ,  21' ��� 1972 Fiberform boat, 165  H.P. Mercruiser, sleeps six,  two burner stove, ice box and  head. Like new! condition. Ph.  885-9086. ' '       , 1751-18  WANTED, trailer for 12* boat.  885-9030,     days;     886-2300,  eves. 1723-15  FOR SALE  HEALTH!    Vitamin    Supple- ,  ments! Pure Honey. Heavenly Odours. Oganic Foods. Good  Food Store. 885-9063.   162$r15  DOMESTIC  sewing  machine,  like  new,  $50.  Phone 886-  2789 after 5,p.m. 1718-15  FULLER Brush representative  for West Sechelt to and. including Langdale. Phone Donna McCourt.  Phone  886-7839;  ,         1536-tfn  J5PEED      Queen      automatic  washer in running condition.  $25.  Ph.  886-7267. 1758-15  FOR all kinds of beauty good-'  ���    ies���just telephone Joyce at,  886-9331,   your   local   Beauty'  Counselor representative. '  1201-15  FORv LETTERHEADS, envel  opes, ��� statements;' Invoices  and all commercial printing  contact the Times,, office at Se'  chelt or jjhone 885-9654   ''  SKI'S with poles, men's and-  women's, $30 a pair. Women's  ski boo:s, new, size 7, $10. Crib  and mattress, $7, Phone 886-  7829. 1677-16  LEGAL NOTICES  JOHN NICHOLSON  Lieutentant-Govemor  GLENDRON stroller, like new,  '  $15. Ph. 8BJ3-2563.       1761-17  SHOTGUN, trade for, .22 rifle  'ior will  purchase  rifle, .No  junk. Ph. 885-2463.       ltffi-jja  12'x24' HOME built trailer* ;#t  cost of material. With.heavy  duty custom built axle. Offers  up to $750. Phone 885-9574,  732-6887. 1638?15.  CANADA  PROVINCE OF ��  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  t>  ELIZABETH- the SECOND, by  the Grace of God, of the  United Kingdom, Canada  and1 Her other Realms and  Territories, Queen, Head  of the Commonwealth, De-  1  fender of the Faith.  i  To  all whom  these  presents  shall come -  GREETING  yJ. LORIMER  Minister of  Municipal Affairs  r  Multiple Listings Service    ..  **  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� PHONE 886-2248  LANGDALE WATERFRONT--2 bedroom home, full basement  with bedroom and bath in basement plus rumpus room and utility.  Owner is in South America, so must sell.  Bring your offers.  GIBSON'S BLUFF���Prime view lot overlooking Gulf of Georgia  and Howe Sound. Offered at $11,000.  LOST  WHEREAS by section 766  (lj^of the Municipal Act it is  provided, interv alia, that in  addition to the functions conferred by that Act, a regional  ~pvh*oa     -j   a��   ��� j .i-      , district has such functions as  8227-tfn^7 EXTRA wioV 9" rims and tires { an>    provided    |by    Letters  ��������� ��������� '*-     tor   Volkswagon,.  $40^36" �� patent,--or supplementary Let-  So?^ ^eU^1M1^^ tws Patent, and~for this pur-  6 SPOOL Swann gurdies, 1 set  No, 400 stabilizers, 40* steel  gangway. Ph. 883-2535*. 1766-17  885-2675.  1523-tfn  REWARD   ���- Wide   wedding  band with colors, also 7 diamond keeper, in Selma Park.  7-2   PROPANE   stoves,.   l-$75.,]  l-$30. Steel bed, $4. Phone i  885-2564. 1764-15  Phone  885*96^.      ,     1754-15 , ��� pireplAcE^ wood   for   sale.  GIBSON'S BAY AREA���Very well kept 2 bedroom home with..  Suite in full basement. One fireplace up and. one down. Guest  house, double carport, double gqroge with workshop under. All  this on a double lot with ydur own strearp,, garden and fntft.  1 trees, fully londscpped. Asking $37,000. "��� 'J _'���  ROBERTS CREEK���Lower Rood. Brand new, built as On up and  down duplex.' Built on on extra large lot, prime location. Hurry  on this one, with your offer.  ROBERTS CREEK���One O/T home on a large lot, $11,000. One  O/T home on a one A parcel, $21,500, and pne 2 bedroom home  one year old with guest cottage on some lot, fully serviced. Only  $25,000.  SECHELT���Collapsed sole���Here again is that $11,000 home  on Mermaid Street. Enquire for full particulars.  LISTINGS   WANTED  Member Vancouver Real Estate Board  Vince Prewer 886-9359      Wally Peterson 886-2877  Ron McSavaney 886-9656  SCRIBBLER   type   job   time  book, stripper cover. Davis  Bay area Phone 885-2380,  1755-15  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Etc.  1963 PLYMOUTH 4 door sdn.,  one owner, $350. Phone 885-  2898. 1756-15  1969 GALAXIE 2 door H.T.,  vinyl. Low mileage, like  new. P/.B., front disc, P.S,  auto., undercoated, radio, 390  motor, radial tires; Very clean,  one owner, $2,000. Phone 883-  2701  Aide  883-24  maple and fir. Phone  1149-tfn  pose the Lieutenant-Governor  in Council may, on the recommendation of the Minister,  provide in the Letters Patent  or supplementary Letters Patent such further objects,  powers, obligations, duties,  limitations  and  conditions  in  v    CANADA  PROVINCE-OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  ELIZABETH the SECOND, by  ��� - the Grace of God, of the  United Kingdom, Canada  and Her other Realms and  Territories, Queen, Head  of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.  To  all whom .these presents  shall come -  GREETING.  J. Lorimer  - Minister of  Municipal Affairs  WHEREAS by section 766  of the Municipal Act it is provided, inter alia, that in addition to the functions conferred  by.that Act, a regional district  has such functions as are provided' by Letters Patent^ or  supplementary ^Letters Patent,  and for this purpose the Lieutenant-Governor in "Council  may, on the recommendation  of the Minister, provide in the  Letters Patent or supplementary Letters Patent such further 'objects, powers, obligations,   dtfties,  limitations,   and       conditions in respect to.any-or  all functions requested pursuant to this section:  - AND WHEREAS the Regional Board of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District has re-   '  quested pursuant to the pro-  ��� visions of section -766 (4a) of  the Municipal Act .that the  said regional district be erri-.,. ��� ,i>...^:  powered to acquire park and ""'  green belt-lands for and on  behalf of all; electoral areas  of the regional district being  the >partipipating member  municipalities:  purchase, survey , and legal  transfer and conveyance costs.  3. The   annual  net  cost  attributable   to  this' function "  shall  be  apportioned ' among  the     participating     member  "municipalities on the basis of  assessment .which may\ be taxed in the current year for  school purposes, excluding  property that is taxable for  school purposes only by special Act.  4. The annual net cost attributable to this function shall  not exceed the product of a  levy of one-quarter mill upon.  the1 taxable assessed values  referred to in paragraph 3.  hereof.  5. No debt other than  temporary current borrowing  shall be incurred by the regional district for the purpose  of this function.  6. Until the annual bud-  ,get for the year 1973 is adopted, the sums of money which v  may be borrowed to meet the  current lawful expenditures of  the regional district for the  purposes of this function shall  be as determined Nby the - Inspector of Municipalities.  AND THAT the Letters  Patent of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District be deemed  ' to be amended so as to conform to the premise as and  from the date of these-Letters  Patent.  In testimony "whereof, ' *We  have caused these Our Letters tp be made Patent and  the Great Seal of Our said  Province  affixed. -'  to   be   hereunto  WITNESS,  Colonel.the Hon* \  ourable John. R. Nicholson, ')  , , P.C.,    O.B.E.,    Q.C.,    LLD., ',  - Lieutenant-Governor of Our j  vsaid Province of British Co- i  lumbia, in Our City of Vic-!  toria, in' Our said Province,  this  ninth  day of January  in the year of our Lord one  thousand and seventy-three  " and fin the twenty-first year  of  Our' Reign.  By Command. s    N  E. HALL  Provincial Secretary  . The above amendment to  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Letters Patent is published in accordance with section 13 of the Municipal Act.  Charles F. Gooding  Administrator  9297-pub./ March 7, 1973.  nm��,wanM��wWMM��maiawMWWwMwniami��mMi��  B.C. IS A  BEAUTIFUL PLACE  DON'T MESS  IT UP  iwwianM��aww��wwMMai��w>it��wii��wiamaMMiimaM��  Sunday Nighf-World Premiere!  AND WHEREAS under  the provisions of subsection  (4b) of section 766 of the Municipal Act, the annual net cost  of and_function granted pur-  respect to any or all functions    SUant to subsection (4a) shall  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���-Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  "(1974) LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  requested  section,  pursuant    to    this  AND WHEREAS by supplementary Letters Patent issued on the 6th day of May,  1971, the Sunshine Coast Regional District was empowered  to undertake the function' of  Division IX - Lighting of Intersections and Areas of Public. Use - for the member municipalities  of  Electoral Areas  48"   "YOUNG"   Log  Grapple,'  excellent condition. l& clin- 1 A* B�� r~ D- E and F-  1757-15    ker, built. boat, ^custom  built  ' dabih, prori'&sh'aiti'nb'motor.  1^62 PONTIAC P.S./P;B'.j7283.    19*'fish, boat; ���B^'iic&ice; "  !$275 or best offer. <Good running order. Jack 886-7861 or  886-7328. 1753-17  1967     PONTIAC     Parisienne  convertible,   P.S.,   P.B.   Ex-'  cellent condition, $1650: Phone  886-2088 or 886-2373.    ,1616-15  '67 MUSTANG Fastback, good  tires, radio. Phone 885-2150.   1713-15  1962 BUICK Le Sabre, 2 door  hardtop,  7 wheels,  2 snow  tires,   $300,   cash   of   nearest  offer.  Ph.   885-2368.      1711-17  DAMAGED 1970 Ford pickup,  % ton cust. camper. Perfect  running gear, 4 ' spd. trans.,  non-slip rear end, 300 c. in.  6 cyl. 7500 miles. Prefer to sell  as complete truck. Phone 885-  2405, after 6 p.ni.        1725-17  ,; AND WHEREAS the Regional;. Bpard of. the, Sunshine  HP, Kabota diesel, new net ( Coast Regional District has re-  Alines. Hot air furnace, good ' quested that the mill rate hmt  10 1  condition, some ducting. 6 volt  new   electric   trolling   motor,  all   Harmony   organ.   883- ���  .1623-15  1970   12x48   furnished, trailer, j  completely setup with washer and dryer. 8x26' sundeck,  asking $7500. Phone 885-9524.  ^1703-16  12* SANGSTER car top boat?'  9.9 Chrysler outboard.  I960*  GMC pickup.  Phone  885-2067.  after 6 p.m. 1669-16  GENDRON   pram,   1%   years  old, $50. Phone 883-2312.    ^  1674-ltf  GIRL'S   bike,   app.   size   20"  wheels, $10. Phone 886-2530.  1678-15  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  HEART OF VILLAGE #20 2762  Corner lot wltH some vlow. Spacious oreo mostly cleared, near  ready to build. Wator, hydro, phono, etc., close to easy water  access and boating. Cash offers on $6,500. Call BOB KESNT at  885-9461 or 885-2235.  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free  ZEnith 2012  YOUNG COUPLE ^$2,000 DOWN - I BEDROOM #2679  "Sound starter, 703 square foot homo, only $2,000 down on full  price of,$14,750. Lot size Is 100x125, near level. All services.  Of for will expire March 31st. ; ACT NCJW. Payments $120 per  month. Call PETER SMITH 885-9463 evenings.  YOUR OWN BUSINESS ��� MEATS & GROCERIES #2803  Health dictates sole of this thriving business In a growing. roslcP  entlal area near Sechelt. Owner will teach the meat cutting to  purchaser. Rent the premises and buy only stock and oqulpment,  total about $18,000. Great chance for man and wife operation.  For details call PETER SMITH 885-9463 eves, or office 885-2235.  2 BEDROOM HOME ON I ACRE - ROBERTS CREEK #2733  Over 1,000 sq. ft. 2 bedroom home,with full concrete basement  and auto, oil heat. Wired for range, washer and dryer. Situated  on 1 acre of gently sloping land with good gordon soil and wator  supply on Highway 101. Quick possession. Price $25,000. For  appointment call DON HADDEN 885-9504 evenings.  DUPLEX - DAVIS DAY   , #2644  Ideal retirement proporty wllh Income from this duplex on excellent view lot lust a block from boach and store at Davis Boy, Each  suite hos 2 bedrooms and 910 sq ft. Full prlco $38,000 with  half down. For details and appointment call DON HADDEN 885-  9504 evenings.  WATERFRONT RESTAURANT AND HOME #2758  This good business could bo tremendous with energetic couplo,  Now only oporatos 6-doy week, 5-hour day. Now equipment, Interior renovated, good 2 bedroom living quartors. Invest and make  good return, live by the sea. Call PETER SMITH 085-9463 oves,  or bfflco B85-2235.  PEACEFUL 6\ QUIET >       #212772  % aero of wooded area, besldo a year-round creek. Services available, "city water", mydro and phono. Zoned Ros. II, Full prlco  $10,500. Call BOB KENT 005-9461 or 085-2235.  VIEW PROPERTY - WEST SECHELT #2764  Over 4 acres of vlow property with southorn exposure, Good subdivision posjjjbllltlos, with regional wator and hydro at both ends of  proporty;' Cosy remodelled 3 bedroom home has nlco view of tho  Gulf. Full prlco $37,500. Call DON HADDEN 005-9504 eves.  GIBSONS VILLAGE #2790  In level area close to boat ramp, 3 bedroom homo on largo lot  with garage, Good size living room with fireplace. Call JACK  WARN 886-2681,  LEVEL LOT - DAVIS BAY .        #2742  Quiet area of good homes on Whittaker Road, closo to boach,  wharf ond store. Lot has 70 ft(i frontogo and 125 ft, depth, cash  prlco $7,000. Call DON HADDEN 005-9504 evenings.  UNIQUE WATERFRONT HOME #2779  1500 sq. ft. of luxury living, modern as tomorrow, Extensive  double glass doors and windows, lovely fireplace, Easy walk to  beach, 75 foot frontage, expansive view, Largo'fireplace, auto,  oil heat, Double garage also provides much storage A rool buy  at $55,000. To vlow this, call PETER SMITH 005-9463 eves.  WEST SECHELT VIEW ' #21 2722  Over Vn acre on main paved road with bench access )ust steps  away. ��� Southerly outlook to trail Islands and gulf waters. $2500  'dawr*. Balqnce eW payments on FWLL PRICE $7,500. BOB KENT  805-9461, office 805-223 5.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  GIBSONS VILLAGE #2794  Good view lot, 65'xl29' on quiet rood (or $6,800. Coll JACK  WARN 006-2601.  AGENCIES LTD.  ...EST SDCHELT #2006  Cleared, serviced lot close to school, $5,500. Coll JACK WARN,  086-2661.  BOX 155 SECHELT, B.C.  PHONE 085-2235'  or (tall toll-free from the Greater Vancouver Area  Zenith 2012  (E. 6V O.E.)  tation in respect of the stated  function be increased from the  product of 0.02 mills on the  assessment that may be taxed  for in the current year for  schdol purposes, excluding property that is taxable for school  purposes only by special Act  to the product of 0.05 mills on  th,e said assessment.  ; AND WHEREAS the provisions of section 766 of the  Municipal Act, have been duly  complied with:  NOW KNOW YE THAT  by these presents We do order  and proclaim that on, from and  after the date hereof, the following be added to the objects,  powers, obligations, duties;  limitations and conditions of  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District:  1. Paragraph 4 of "Division  IX - Lighting of Intersections  and! Areas of Public Use - of  supplementary Letters Patent  issued on the 0th day of May,  1971, be amended by deleting  the figures 0.02 and substituting the figures 0.08 so that  the paragraph reads as fol-  lowsi-  "4. The ^annual not cost of  this function shall not exceed  the product of 0.05 mills on  the assessment referred to in  paragraph 2."  AND THAT the Letters  Pntont ns amended or the Sunshine Coast Regional District  be deemed to bo further amended ro na to conform to the  promises r��s nnd from the date  of these supplementary Letters v  Patent.  In testimony whereof, Wc  linvo caused those Our  Lctterzi to bo hade Patent  nnd the Gront Senl of Our  fintd Province to be hereunto affixed.  WITNESS,  Colonel  the  Honourable John R. Nicholson,  P.C.,  O.n.R,  Q.C.,   LL.D.,  Lieutenant (Governor    of  ,    Our nnld Province of Hrlt-  Inh Columbln, in Our City  of   Victoria,   In   Our   snld  Province,     thin     fifteenth  day   of   January,   In   the  1        yenr    of    our    Lord    one  thousand    nlno    hundred  and ijcventy-three, and In  ( the   twenty-firnt   year   of  Our Reign.  P>y Command.  K. Hull  Provincial Secretary.  THE above amendment to  the Sunnhlno Coast Regional  JDIntrlct Letters Patent 1�� published in accordance with section  1.1 of tho Municipal Act.  Charles  F.   Gooding  ' Administrator.  0200-pub. March 7, !JD73.  not exceed the product o*f one-  half mill on the assessed value  referred to in subsection (1)  of section 782 within the participating municipalities and  the annualnet cost of all functions granted pursuant to subsection (4a) shall not. exceed  the product of one mill on  such assessed values:  AND WHEREAS the provisions of the said section 766  have been duly complied with:  NOW KNOW YE THAT'.  We do order and proclaim that:' <  on, from, and after the date  hereof the following be added  to the objects, powers, Obligations, duties, limitations, and  conditions of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District.  DIVISION X - PARK GREEN  BELT   LAND   ACQUISITION  1. All member municipalities, except any cities, districts, towns, or villages, participate and share in the cost  of the function of the regional  district provided by this Division.  2. The Regional Board  may, with respect to the participating member municipalities of the regional district acquire and hold land within  the participating member  municipalities for park and  green belt purposes provided  that such land shall be acquired at no cost to the regional  district   other   than   nominal  HENRY  MAUREEN O'HARA  in John Steinbeck's beloved classic  Outstanding family entertainment  Sundoy, Morch 11th  7:30-9:30 p.m.  CTV Television  Network  ��mi\  presented by MacMillan Bloedel  LOTS  7 PN BREEN LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Pender Harbour - Egmont - Earl's Cove  some with excellent view, water and power,  $4,500 to $6,500 full price.  SPACIOUS HOME ��� Not quite finished. 3 bedrooms.  liivingroom with fireplace. Cabinet kitchen. 1284 sq.  ft. plus basement. Full price $29,500 - terms!  MODERN HOME ��� 2 yr. old 2 bedroom home on 3A  acre with wonderful view. Just $27,900 with terms.  ALMOST NJEW - 2 year old Cedar Home on level lot,  3 bedrooms, wall-to-wall,   VA  baths,  near stores.  Just $21,000 F.P.  WE NEED LISTINGS  Call: John breen or Archie Brayton  883-2794 (24 hrs.) 883-9926  This is one house  that Westwood built  There ore over fifty  other styles to choose from.  <iL^i\  Tho Shannon hna throo bodroomo, 1J4  bathrooms, and 1240 oqunro foot of  floor opneo.  CONTACT YOUR WESTWOOD DEALER  SUM COAST ESTATES  Box 769  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2241   '       I       '     '  IHSTWOOO  BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.  * DM* AMMM, MM *���( WaMti*. M. ��MN�� ��M *������>  VALENCIA  DEVELOPMENTS tTD.  Highway 101, R.R.  1  GIBSONS, B.C. - 886-2417  \    ...  {*, ]    /  fS ����� "���  ���, yf ,������ ��. ., -  HegioncrJ Board gives  1 zoning Jbyiaw reading  SUNSHINE Coast Regional District board  of directors gave- first reading to _ a  zoning bylaw amendment in which lots  in Roberts Creek area must be 18,000  square feet . ��� ���  The amendment requires two more  reading^ and public hearing and approval  of the department of highways before  v  it can, take effect. Hearing dates have  not been set. ^  '73 building  is $515,000  BUILDING on the Sunshine Coast is still  ! going Btrong with most of the action  in February centering in the Davis Bay-  Selma Park-Wilson Creek area.  -  F. A. Reyburn, building and plumbing  inspector for Sunshine Coast Regional  -District told the board that there appears  to be no let up in building for 1973.  There were 22 permits issued hWanuary  for a vaule of $165,000 compared  permits and a value of $153,200 for  uary 1972.'  To Feb.-.20, he told the board, 3S  permits were issued with value of $270,  000 compared to 48 permits with a value  Page 6  The Peninsula Timet   ��      Wednesday, March 7, 1973  ENJOY GOOD FOOD  ���'lllf-*'**   D-  VVhi&perma J-^inei  "Relaxed Dining by tho Soa In Sechalt  ,,  Full Course Meals���Burgers���Flah & Chips���Chicken  CHINESE FOOD ��� Friday and Saturday evenings  6 to 8 p.m. ���' By Reservation Only ��� Take-Out Orders  ,       (LIMITED,NUMBER CATERED TO)  PHONE 885-9769  w  I DANCE I  1973. B  nuary fe��  to 20 ��  Jan- ^  DANCE  Roberts Creek, Community Hall  Saturday, March 10 - 9 to ?  OLD TIME COUNTRY 8t WESTERN MUSIC  Tickets at the door ��� $1.50 per person (I.D. Cords)  000 compared to 48 permits with a value   �� . ,P��B,0red by *��� **"? CMek U3ion' B���eh 219 S  of $280,000 for the full month of February   IWffff/fJfff/fUf^^^  last,, year. ' -���-���-������--���------������---������- ���-   I  LAST OF THE former Red Rooster  drive-in and Sunshine Rentals office  goes up in flames as manager Bud  Koch had the remalfns burned to  clear the way for a new office on  the site. Police are holding Benjamin  Paul who pleaded guilty on three  counts connected with the fire.  Single performance  Original 'Mutiny on the Bounty'  slated by Kwahtahmoss society  ���by Allan Crane  TONIGHT sees the screening of Jules  Dassin's Phaedra starring Anthony  Perkins and Melina Mercouri. Melina  Mercouri starred in another of. Dassin's  film's the popular success Never da Sunday. For her performance in Phaedra, she  received a best actress award from the  British Film Academy.  Phaedra is followed in the Twilight  Theatre's regular program on Thursday,  Friday and Saturday, March 8, 9 and 10  by the star-studded specular Doctor Zhiv-  ago. winner of six academy awards, back  for a third time. On the following Wednesday, March 14, Kwahtahmoss Film  society takes great pleasure in presenting  a classic screen portrayal, Charles Laugh-  ton's Captain Bligh in Mutiny on the  Bounty. '���'"���,&���....���  Whatever reflections: Laughton's portrayal may have cast-on Bligh's character  and whatever license the film script may  have   taken   with   historical   accuracy  (Bligh was air. outstanding seaman and  j^aptain's  Cooferi^aiiing .master during   March 21, Luis I  his second voyage^lfpund .the'^Hb^ana^^l* .^?^?n��u'ini  ell hands on the 'BounCy'siatefui.voyage    A*~~ rTL"" ^ ""*  were volunteers not pressed men)7~for  millions   Charles   Laughton   is   Captain  Bligh. Because of this, the later version  with  Marlon   Brando  in  the  role   was  considered a poor second by those who had  seen the original. Ervin Panofsky says he  has it  on  the best of authorities that  Charles Laughton was really difficult to  live with in the particular six or eight  weeks which he was doing ,or rather  being Captain Bligh. c  Mutiny on the' Bounty is in 35mm  format, with the pictures and sound quality much superior to that of a 16mm print.  The print has been brought specially from  Toronto for this /single performance.  Doors will open at 7:15 p.m., and the show  muct commence promptly at 8 p.m. as  the film is of 2% hours duration. 'Early  arrival, is strongly advised to avoid disappointment  In the Twilight Theatre's regular program, Alfred Hitchcock's Frenay will be  showing for six days commencing Thursday, March 15. Another great screen classic, and one of the most popular films of  all time, Gone With the Wind, has been  booked, for showing during the Easter  period.  Three films have been booked and  confirmed for the society's filial program  of the^ieason: Last Year in Marienbad for  March 21, Luis Bunnel's Vkldlana ��of  28, and ,in a joint booking with":  the Twilight Theatre, Nicholas and Alexandria for April.-4. Tentative -bookings  have been made for The Bed Shoes (April  11) and finally King of Hearts for April  "��� ..'���.������ ... ���       ������ '.  Confirmation on the last two films  cannot be made at present because the  society's account is exhausted. The book  ings can only be finalized if sufficient  money for rentals accrues to the society's  account from box office receipts for previous films after expenses have been met.  At the date of this report, Reyburn  said: "I have five sets of plans on hand  to be checked and permits issued having  an approximate value of $79,000. This will  , bring the to-date. value, to at least $515,-  000, exceeding the same period last year  by $78,200.  "The building trend ia, as before,  northward. Areas A (Pender Harbour),  B (Halfmoon Bay), and C (Davis Bay to  "Wilson Creek) account for $311,400 as  compared to Areas D (Roberts Creek) E  (Gibsons area) and F (Port Mellon) with  $125,000. .    __  Month-by-month breakdown by electoral area is as .follows with January  listed first "and February, second:  Area A ��� $49,000, $45,000; Area B,  $6,800, $55,600; Area C, $57,000, $98,000;  Area D, $31,000,418,000; Area E, $6,000,  $38,000; Area F, $16���000, $16,000.  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 109  Tax reform and {he taxpayer  ���by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of B.C.  such as equipment, machinery, etc.  Accordingly, investment in depreci-  ���ables other than rental buildings may  represent an attractive alternative  |o rental buildings^  s In addition, where the portion of  ;the purchase price of rental property  applicable to the building is $50,00w  or more, the building must be placed  in a separate depreciation class.  , The effect of this separation into  {different classes is to ensure that  (depreciation will be recaptured j-  Mspect^leach: W+M&Mam^M  buildaig is sold. i  ' In the past, the tax on incom?  arising on the sale.of g building because of recaptured depreciatio;  could be deferred through the purchase of another building in .ths  same taxation year.  !. The cost of the new building would  be reduced by the amount of recapture in respect of the old building and  in most cases, no income would arise  jin that year. This is no longer possible under the new act in respect of  Cental buildings which cost $50,000  or more,  *" Although "the foregoing provisions  may increase the cost of holding real  property for investment purposes,!  the utilization of depreciation to defer taxation wiircohtinue. Depreciation may be utilized to reduce rental  income to zero.  Accordingly,   where   a taxpayer  ���bwns rental buildings which return  ;him a net income after depreciation,  ihe could purchase another building  with the Intention of reducing present rental income to zero.  ...  The scope of the deferral through  depreciation claims has been considerably reduced, but there still may  exist a measure of deferral through  the purchase of depreciable buildings where the purchaser owns other  rental buildings.  GIBSONS  DANCE  MARCH 17th  Dance 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.  ADMISSION $2.00 EA.  Tickets available at Clubroom  or from Auxiliary Members  CAPTAIN BLIGH and his few loyal  crew members are set adrift by  Fletcher Christian in this scene from  ���the original "Mutiny on the Boun  ty" starring Charles Laughton. The  film will be shown at Kwahtahmoss  Film Society March 14.  H  ���HHH  SMlliFiE   f 1 v  ft W mU       m Ira Jflk  ;       on Girls', Boys' and  Children's Clothing  UO)M AT  SIPEIiMWNS  ����i<Maaaawaaaa��MajvaaMi��iiMiiMtfa��ww��MiMi��i.M��aMMw>ai��w^  BPUMB CLOTHING ARRIVING MJLY  '* ' 7 * i ..  a$m*ti9m*tofhiHm0\��mWmin^^  THE NEW Income Tax Act contains  a number of provisions which  have a direct effect upon real estate  investment and, in particular, the  deductions available to taxpayers  investing in real estate.  Provisions have been introduced  to prohibit the deduction of property  taxes and interest paid in respect of  unproductive land and to limit capi*  tal cost allowances (depreciation) in  respect of rental buildings which  may be deducted in .computing inr  ������come:     .'.���  '"fty^:.':: :��� ."     :'     %'  ;������'-Property 1axes ancl interest pai$  jn respect of the acquisition of uri:  -productive.- land are not generally  deductible if the land is not used in  a business or if the land does not  represent inventory of a business.  The intent of this provision is.to  limit the deduction of amounts in  computing ordinary income where  the income which may arise in respect of the property would represent a capital gain of which only  one-half would be included in income.  In effect, the non-deductible ex-;  penses will be recognized when the  property is sold in that the amount  of the non-deductible expenses will  form part of the, cost of the property  for the purposes of computing any  capital gain.  If the land produces income, then  the property taxes and interest paid ,  may be deducted to the extent of  that income.  Regulations have been issued  which preclude the deduction of capital cost allowances in an amount  in excess of the taxpayer's income  from all of his rental buildings.  This means that where there is  sufficient depreciation available, the'  taxpayer may reduce his rental income to zero, but he may not Increase capital cost allowances (up to  the maximum allowable amount) to  create a loss from rental properties  and deduct this loss in computing his  income from other1 sources in the  year, such as employment income or  business income.  Under the former apt, taxpayers  in high tax brackets would utilize the  capital cost allowance provisions to  defer tax on income from a business,  for example, through tho claiming of  capital cost allowance losses. This  avenue has been closed as far as  rental buildings are concerned.  RESTRICTIONS  At this time, the regulations restricting depreciation claims which  create losses deductible In computing  other Income are applicable only to  rental buildings.  Tho restrictions do not apply to  other types of depreciable property  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  This free reminder of coming events is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsulo Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to waif their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot olways carry full details.  /,/.   ..\    i,.i/(i^cxxti id}. L"j,>ii vi.':7 :- :>;>;..    ua.c:    7 ���.���>*���, ������:     :.���;,,,-   ^-.���'-.   .,  EVERY TUESDAY,. 7:30 R.m., Sechelt Legion Hall, Sechelt TOPS Club,  '  ^7neW members welcome.  EVERY THURSDAY, 8:00 p.m.. Bingo, Pender Harbour Community Hall.  March 7 ���Sechelt Garden Club gen. meeting, 8 p.m. St. Hilda's Hall  March 8 ���Discussion on Day Care, 8 p.m. Gibsons United Church  March 8 ���Ladies Aux. to St. Mary's meeting, 2 p.m. St. Hilda's Holl  March 8 ���-7:30 p.m., Welcome Beoch Holl, Film Show "France"  March 13���-Wilson Creek Community Association meeting at 8 p.m.  March 14���1:30 p.m., Pender Harbour Aux. to St. Mary's, Legion Holl  March 16���2:00 p.m., Shamrock Tea and Bake Sale, Gibsons United  .    Church Hall, U.C.W.  March 21���11:00 a.m., TOPS Rummage Sale, Sechelt Legion Hall  ;��� March 24���6:30 p.m., Sunshine Coast Golf & Country Club, pres. ball  March 7 ���8 p.m., Sechelt L.A. to Guides and Brownies meeting ot  Mrs. Lorie Bryson's, Wilson Creek. ,/  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  Multlpl* Listing Servic*  Vancouver Real   Eitata  Board  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2235 Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  or call toll free from the Greater Vancouver Area  v.     Zenith 2021   ,  ��**W����W"**MM��'<"WMW��������'��W'����������*��aVM��WIWV^  mjFM��M  amp<  Trail Bay Centre  mild   Uc  885-2335  SECHELT  AVAILABLE  FOR MORTGAGES AND  PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION  Courtesy Io Realftoti.  Phone collect Vancouver  224-7093  Mr. D. Eaet  Sales  Jtefiniff  Special  50 hp mbk:.  Ready>-TO"Qo  $  *   *    *    *  (Many other now  and used motors to  choose from.  USE OUR WAYS .  You Paint or We Paint  Service  -fr Marine Ways  (Boata up to 60')  T&V Paint  it Repairs  -^r Overhauls  T^r Tuno~Ups  ���$- Marine Hardware  nnsa;is����mt  Madeira,, Park.  COHO MARS  ��*mmmm0mJi>Mmmm*Mmntt,mmrmmmifmim>mMiH*mimmm^  Phone 8832248  ��;  LiU. >"-;-  '-..   A  y:y \^r^::^i,^jy  \ )  I  '  )  The Peninsula Times Fog* 7  Wedneidoy,' March 7, 1973  Strait talk  ��� by Joan Proctor  ONE of my favorite pastimes is rearranging the, furniture. I've al*  ways felt that any room which remains static is a terrible .bore. It's  more interesting and something of  a challenge if' you have to hunt for  your favorite chair or painting.  Unfortunately, no one else in our .  home shares my   enthusiasm   for.  moving things around. So I do it all '  myself- while they're out. They've  had a lot of surprises!  One- time when I'd rearranged  our youngest child's bedroom with- ,  out bothering to mention it to my  husband, an unusual chain of events  occured,  Late that night our, baby awoke  crying and my husband crawled out  of bed to go and check on him.-I  feigned a sound sleep which comes  in handy whenever one of the kids  has a restless night.  A resounding crash and accompanying yell of pain jolted the entire  household."  I dashed down the hallway and  into the' bedroom. My husband was  lying on the floor under the baby's  crib. His arm was covered with  blood.  "Why are you under the crib?"  I asked, "The baby rarely sleeps  there."  "Who moved the spare bed?" he-  yelled. "I went to sit down on it and  it was gone!" Then when I tried to  grab something to break my fall the  nearest thing happened to be that  stupid metal sculpture-your brother  gave us."x  "It's not stupid,"  I said,  "it's'  beautiful! It's supposed to be Don  Quixote."  "I don't care if it's supposed to  be Dave Barrett," he growled, "my  arm hurts, get. something; do something-!"       ^  ;,'::;������-���Wefi," I said, "I failed my first  aid course. I couldn't stand accident  victims. Anyhow you're getting blood  all over my hand-woven rug. I knew  I should have left it in the guest,  room. It definitely did look better,  in there.v Could you stand in the  bathtub ttil I.make a decision?"  "Good7gfieV' he boomed, "I'll  get the first aid equipment myself.  "Oh no, I don't believe it, the  medicine cabinet's gone'." he wailed.  "No," I explainedj "it's not really gone, I just nailed it shut and  hung our new abstract painting over  it;" The first aid things are in the  linen cupboard now and the linens  are in ^ie broom closet. The brooms  aWi An the tool   she d   and   the  ^j    ��� ��� ,-,-r-.'-.-v*.-. ..���!-,��� ..���=,,,,.,-.���:  "Forget it," he moaned, "I'll just  find I a corner and quietly bleed to  death."  MORE  ABOUT.. .  '��� Office shuts Saturday  ���from page   1  time you got back on the beam arid provided service on the oncetcustomary days  of the week.  "Although I do not pay taxes irv your  village, I do pay them to the improvement district and the provincial government for which your office is an agency.  I also shop in your area.  "Therefore, I feel justified In expressing the hope that you will consider some  arrangement as to hours more in keeping  with the customary hours of this province." .  Parker sent a copy of the letter to  Premier Barrett.  Aid. Harold Nelson said at the council  meeting in which the letter was ��� read  that Sechelt office is open Saturday and  Gibsons municipal office is open Monday.  Clerk Neil Sutherland said that he  thinks Sechelt is just about the only municipal office that is open on Saturday.  Aid. Bernel Gordon said that he believes the reason for the office being  open on ��� Saturday was to serve persons  who had just come in from the bush  because it was the only* day of the week  that they  could do business.  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  Thursday, March 8th to Saturday, March 10th  We Reserve The Right  To Limit Quantities  (!>"'"  **v$  Apples as a mid-morning snack quickly leave tho stomach and so do not Interfere with the appetite for the noon meal.  Your  Hearing?  Chicago, 111.���A freo offer of  Hpoclal interest to tho��o who  hoar but do not understand  words'ban been ntmouncetl by  JBoltono. A non-operating model  of the umnllont Beltone aid ever  mutlo will bo given absolutely  freo to anyone answering t^iia  ndvortisemont. >  Try It to floo how it to worn  in, tho prlvncy of your own  home without cost or obligation  of any kind. Il/n yours to keep,  f r��o. It .welgiiu loiiu than n third  of jm ounce, nnd it's nil nt car  level, hi one unit. No wires lead  from body to head.  Theso models aro free, no wo  ��MfffcMt you write for yourn now.  Again, we repent, tlioro Is no  cost, and certainly no obligation.  Wrlto to Dopt. 5965, Heltono  Klectroirico, 8fla7 Metropolitan  Blvd., E., Montreal 08, P.Q.  Nurses loan cupboard  has some equipment  A LOAN CUPBOARD sponsored by the  ^, Sunshine ^Coast Chapter of the Registered Nurses' Association of E.Q. has  equipment - available, said Mrs. E. C.  Montgomery.  Anyone'needing such equipment as  wheelchairs, walkers, commodes, canes  and other pieces may borrow them. Interested persons should call Mrs. Montgomery at 885-2069.  "If anypne has equipment belonging  to the nurses and they .have no need  for it, its return would be very much  appreciated," said Mrs. Montgomery.,,  "We would accept donations of good,  equipment or money to buy such equipment," she said. *  The nurses have purchased' the. equipment as a service to Coast residents.  Retarded group names  73 executive slate  SECHELT and"District Association for  Retarded Children held its regular  monthly meeting Feb. 21 at the Sun-  president, :hr the chair, Mrs. Doreen Tury-.  shine School. The recently-elected executive has taken office' with Albert Lynn,  nek, vice-president, Mrs..-M. David, secretary ahd a new member, Warren Mc-  Kibbin, treasurer.  Mrs. Knutsen, now has three children in her class at Madeira (Park. There  are five pupils in sthe .Sunshine School  at Gibsons. The association must consider  the need for expanding facilities. '^.-,,  . A special outing is being planned tor  the children.  Gary Hauka's hand hooked rug is  nearly finished for the annual raffle.  At. the next meeting, it is hoped a  speech therapist will be the speaker.  BUS STOP shelter installed by the  Pender Harbour Lions Club has proved such a success that three more  will be installed. This one under  which Ed Ostrowski is standing is  at Wornock and Francis Peninsula  roads. The other three, said Frank  Roosen will be placed at strategic  locations.  gtiiiwiiMimnnmmiainimaimiiniiiianiiiaiiiiiiiiaiiaiaj  [    GLAD TIDINGS TABERNACLE     1  Sundoy 10 a.m.; 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.   >-'"-'  Wedne��day Biblt Study 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR KtANCY DYKES  Gower Point Rood 886-2660  BuiimnmiiiuiiMiiiiiniiiminumiiniiniiiiiinHMMUmal  GIBSONS PEriTECOfTAL  '���������. Highway and Martin Rood  Sundoy School: 9:45 o.m.  , Sundoy Services: 11 a.m.; 7 p.m.  Wednesday: Bible and Prayer 7:30 p.m. ,  Friday: Youth Servicer���7:30 p.nv v 7  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER '4  Phone: 886-7107  UNSWEETENED  Canada Grade "A" Beef  Blade Roast ^^99*  Grapefruit Juice zs*_ 59*  Coffeemale j6    _. 99*  Corned Beef Loaf ter 59*  Cheese Whiz si    i.$9  Rice Krispies ^9: 49��  Polski Ogorki Dills 3H^59C  Chicken Loaf ir*,*. 89*  Short Ribs  Leon & Meaty for j? at.  Braising ���,__.������ lb. ��Jj  Hindquarters  lb.   _:.������..;  49*  The United Church of Canada  ' smvicis      ...  St. John's United Church - Davie Bay  Sunday Services ��� 9:30 a.m.  Robert* Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  -  Gibsons United Church   ..  Sundoy Services - 11:15 o.m  Port Mellon United.,.  Sunday Services - 7:30 p.m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Ministry  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333,  MISS BEE'S  CARD & GIFT SHOP  Whorf Road . Secheft ��� 88S-9066  P.O. BOX 213  HallmenVCoutte cards ond wrappings.  Pine, English china cups and saucers.  Boutique items, local artists paintings.  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Park Road, Gibsons 886.7449  Morning Worship 9:30, a.m.      ;  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.O;  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermaid and Trail Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday School 10:00 a.m,  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study,  Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Postor  Light Tuna ^39*  Instant Coffee & 1^9  Kraft Dinners $r i/iM  Husky Dog Food :^4/49c  FROZEN FOODS  Apple Pies  Orange Juice  Banquet  20-oz. ......:..r ea.  Minute Maid  12-oit ea.  45<  5*  Potatoes  Ya-LU.  BUNDLE  Coffee Mugs r^n/LOO  Detergent Soap ^hf 1.79  PRODUCE  Medium  B.C. Grown   lb.,  Alberta  15-lb. bag  B*  99*  Crisp Celery _:r:::.-........ 19*  Turnips !f^*_    ��,. 9?  LUNCH BOX TREATS  Snickers' Peanut Brittle Munch, 24 pes.  Mars Bars, 15 pes. (25c coupon in)  79  Apple Juice %��r..    49*  Viva Towels  2 roll  pack .  Hair Spray  Sudden Beauty, 16-ox.  unsconted, rog., super  59*  79*  Good Looks and Quality by  teninsula Painting & Decorators  \ Residential and Commercial  886-7320 Box 281, Gibson��, B.C.  Lucky Dollar fOQpS  n��� '^w^^*       ^n&^r     ^m^ww     %^^^w\   ��� ,���..!-.���. ., -������.,-,���...���,,.., -,^ -,,.-, ...y. ��� .^^���.-^....,.,  ���     mM*.m*,Mtm.m<>m,m*m'mm,kmm<m^^.kUm��*mJ:m^*mk^  Gibsons, VB��C  Your Dollar Buys  Moro ot Your  Lucky Dollar Foods  '��.,  r  <s  .'l'".f  .��'  I ) '' ity-:  y:\y:-  A    ,Jr>      fi  BRIGHT NEW, SPORT on Sechelt's   which is expected to open its doors   clearing debris outside and finishing  landscape is the new   Legion hall   this weekend. Volunteers vere busy   up the interior this week,  V ->fe      ^ /*$ O ?*   *     ?<A$~. N  -V"***  LOTS AND LOTS of carpet were   the Legion as work went on over    view shows the club room of the  waiting to be installed by Ken De-   the weekend while   preparing   the   Legion. Next to it is a large hall.  Vries carpet layers and members of   opening of the new   facility. This  Guides hold  display day  AN ENROLMENT and thinking daydia-  play was held by 2nd Guide Company  on Feb. 19.  '   Commissioner,  Mrs.  McKie  was  on  hand to officially welcome new girls into  -tne company. Receiving-their .pins were:  Lori Daugherty, Kelly Redshaw, Elizabeth Egan, Susan Francis, Victoria  Cruice, Trudy Vedoy and Shirley Spence.  Mrs. Maureen Grant also received a pin  ' to make her the official lieutenant of  the company.  The following badges were given out:  Laundress and musician, Diane Pelletier;  postal, reporters and bakers, Geraldine  Fyles, Diane Pelletier; swimmers, Heather  Reid; hostess, Yvonne Inglis, Lynn  Wheeler. ^ '���*>  0 ��� Little house emblem, Gail Head, Heather Reid; challenge badger���Geraldine  Fyles, Lynn Wheeler, Heather Reid,  Janet McKay.  After these awards, mothers and fathers were treated to songs, poems, skits  and games organized by Jaimie McPhedran and Colleen Hoops and performed  by all the guides. Refreshments were  served, all made and baked by the girls  and the evening finished with everyone-  having a look at the displays consisting  of guide work and thinking day pennies  which go to underprivileged countries-  to aid in the. setting up of guiding.  i  Couple honored on  25th wedding year  ROBERTS Creek���Mrs. Lillian Thomas'  home on Park Avenue, Roberts Creek,  was a scene of great activity when neighbors got together Feb. 23jto^honor Mr.  and Mrs. Norman Cotton on their silver  wedding anniversary.  The Cottons are weil-knoiurn coastal  residents. Norman has lived on the Coast  for nearly 50 years. 77  The toast was given by Peter Froma-  ger of Beach Avenue, their oldest neighbor in their presenHooation���The-eouple-  were  given two  handout.  crystal-wine  glasses.**        f ./  *"A two-tier cake was baked by one  neighbor, frosted by another and decoration provided by a third.  Couple have display  in ihe Gallery Shop  CHARLES  and  Alice    Murray,   Selma  Park, are presently displaying their  work in the Gallery-Shop in Sechelt. The  ^display runs until March 17.  Mrs. Murray, whose medium is water  color and inks, specializes/in flower painting and landscapes. She studied for many  years with R. S. Alexander, Gordon A.  Smith, Orviille Fisher, Lionel Thomas  .and others. ^   ^7 ,a  Murray came from the north^��?Ert$*  ndj^here he?SturJied ffla&fag af^ap^  d School.  He    was    an architectural  'draftsman in both glass and aluminum  business.  7 He studied life drawing and composition with Fred Varley and J. W. McDonald of the famed Group of Seven.  After moving to Sechelt he took up  woodcarving as an extra hobby to water-  color painting.  Murray is especially known for hjs  studies of local buildings and places of  interest. ��  't;:: y-  -Po��e 8  }f- y.  The Peninsulo Times       Wednesday, March 7,1973  onara*  lond  on an early March opening  TO THE  Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 140 - Sechelt  Complete Wiring tor Light Fixtures by  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  SECHELT    ���    885-2062  Does Tour Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  th  'f[u L^onaratulationd  TO THE  Royal Canadian Legion  Sechelt Branch 140  and Thanks for the opportunity of  Installing the complete plumbing system  l_-,7:....-. and fixtures! \.y  LAURIE'S PLUMBING  and HEATING LTD.  885-9014  (24-hour service)  Socholt  L & H SWANSON LTD.  SECHELT ���   885-9666  mC^xtend. JJem  tlSedl\   lAAdnes  to  Ai-&       .'.$fesS"ii\        �����'$ ���'�����'���!&���      *--:<f-;i::. .���-,-,.      ' ,; ���   -j/.'.  ;->h.V     vr&S&ftM ' .fA---i~,.^      ���/���������������.'A.I&',.    .  ������.���*,-:������    '���   -���  cmADimLEGION  Branch 146 in Sechelt  ON THE OPENING OF THEIR SMART  NEW BUILDING THIS SATURDAY  FOR THE ending of the quotation which  you cannot remember���or the origin  of a particular saying���ask Miss Bee;  she may be able to get the information  for you. Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Wo were proud to have assisted  the construction by doing the  EXCAVATION ��� CONCRETE WORK  SEPTIC TANK ��� DRAINAGE and GRAVEL  hi v     |  Reaional district  committeemen named  COMMITTEE   assignments   in   Sunshine  Const   Regional   District   board   hove  been   announced   by   Chairman   Lome  Wolverton.  , They arc: Finance, Frank West, chairman; J. Tyner, R, Relf.  Planning: J. H. Tyner, chairman; B.  Lang, H. J. Almond and any director  within whoso area any item on the agenda  moy be.  Water: J. L. Wolverton, chairman; R.  Relf, H. Slade, B. Lang.  Garbage: H. Slade, chairman; R. Relf,  W. Peterson.  Building: II. J. Almond, chairman; H.  Slade, J.  L.  Wolverton.  Fire: West Howo Sound - J. L Wolverton, F. West; Roberts Crook, H. Almond,  F. West.  Municipal finance authority representee, F. West.  Hospital advisory committee, F. West,  R. Rolf, W. Peterson.  BUSY CLEANING the floor of the  new Legion Hall preparatory to laying the new carpet Saturday, wete  Louise Rathbun, left and Lil Larson.  Many Legion and auxiliary members  worked hard on the weekend preparing the new building for its opening  this weekend.  We   VVldi to Csxtend  V  dSed   uUidkeS  Premature henrt attacks affect 13,000  Canadians under 05, each year.  JOHNSONS  RUG  CLEANING  Dry Foom Shampooing  ot Reasonable Rates  886-971B  after 4 p.m.  onaraiuiauond  ON THE OPINING OF  THE NEW  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  BUILDING  /        .  Sechelt Bratich 140  FROM THE STAFF  OF THE  ROYALBANK  eff CANADA  . . . the helpful bank  TRAIL BAY CENTRE. SECHELT  PHONE 806-2201  TO THE  lOlflA  Canadian Legion  Branch 140  Sechelt  ON A SUCCESSFUL  OPENING MARCH 10  \a I  HALL and HAHN  SSOCIATES LTD.  Gano.ra.1 Contractors  JBRIAN MARSHALL  1278 Marine Drive - West Vancouver 'BW'aff^jp^fipjM^j^^ mm   ,,:,. | ��� yi,,y |, , ; j^ ,,jW, ,,.,,, ,p. y.vy. .... ,.  .!������. 7777.7  ;;777777 A77.^77;7:,g;;4  . .- 7.A ������v-V.;" O. ^^'7'"'  r  7^,7  ^  Half moon Bay Happenings  TrT !���~ s ^"^ ; ���-:   ������by Mary Tinkley  sity of British Columbia and the guest    The Peninsula Timet  speaker was Dr. Pauline Mills McGib-         ,  %a/_j^_.j_���  ii^mmL. i  iot*  bon, chancellor of the University,ot;Tor- *     '   Wednesday, March j, iy/j  onto;-     -- ; -  - .   Page 9  JUST a-reminder that tomorrow's film  show will be a' program Of French  films lent by the French Embassy in  Ottawa. Everybody is welcome���at the  Welcome Beach Hall at 7:30 p.m.  The next social evening will be a  talent night at 7:30 p.m. on-St. Patrick's  Day. March 17. Music students of Mrs.  0. L. Brooke will take part with items  of vocal' and instrumental music and.  students of Halfmoon Bay School will  present a play, "The Elves and the Shoemaker". Anybody prepared to offer their  talents can telephone 885-9479 for information.  Ratepayers of the area are asked to  make a note ot the next meeting of Area  B Ratepayers' Association, scheduled for  8 p.m, Saturday, March 24 at the Welcome Beach Hall.  There  is  still  considerable develop  ment going on along the Redrooffs Road.  Two .new permanent homes' are being  built by Mr. and Mrs. Percy Partriquin  of Burnaby in Redrooffs and Mr. and Mrs.  Richard Birk of Seattle on Southwood.  Both families plan to retire in the .near  future. Jim Bardahl is renting the Boll-  fngton house while he works on the new  home for the Birks. He is a brother of  Mrs..Birk and of Mrs. Alex Ellis.  Guests in the area last week' were  Mrs. Frfijta Rhoades and Mrs. Ellen Kelly of Vancouver at the home of Mrs.  Blanche McCrady, and Chris Laird, of  Surrey at- the home of his grandmother,  Mrs. Eva. Lyons.  Mrs. Dorothy Greene was in Vancouver to attend a" dinner, meeting of the  Vancouver Branch of the Alumni Association of the University of Toronto. The  dinner was at the Faculty. Club, Univer-  ���'.*";  land  SUZANNE AND LEN van,Egmond,  on Suncoast Estates, /Sechelt, were  amdng 84 B.C: realtors attending a  seminar on advanced real estate  practice and management at Harrison Hot Springs' recently; The seminar, offered for the sixth. year as  part of a continuing education program for B.C. agents and salesmen,  is sponsored by the Real Estate Institute of B.C. and the University of  B.C.'s faculty of commerce arid business administration.      ; ;r'7-7'7^s���  Bench warrant issued for  failure to appear in\ court  A BENCH warrant has'been issued for"  the arrest of Roy, Blanche charged  with driving while ,bis licence is, under  suspension and failure to take a breathalyzer test.  Judge Charles Mittelsteadt issued the  warrant Friday when Blanche failed to  show for his scheduled cdurt appearance^  Gordon Kammefle of Pender Harbour,  charged with being a minor in a licenced  premises, the Pender Harbour Hotel; was  fined $25' after he-pleaded guilty7      V  Sechelt girls pass  nservalory exams  SUZANNE Sutherland and Janet Clayton  both of Sechelt, have just received  word from the Royal Conservatory of  Music of Toronto of their successful passing of their piano examinations;/  Suzanne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Don Sutherland, received 80 per cent, a  first class honors standing in her grade  7 exam conducted by Reginald Godden  of Toronto. He particularly liked her  "clear arabesques, spirited playing with  fine' clarity and her bright and sharply  colored phrases."  Janet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick  Claytonj received an honors standing-of  75 per cent in her grade 5 exam. Her  examiner, Daryl Irvine, said Janet had,  "good expression and a cheerful tempo  and that her waltz of Kabalewsky had a  good waltz lilt and expressive shaping  ,.���very musicals-playing." ,  COSTUME Jewelery for all ages���pendants, rings, pins; many styles, many  colors. Miss 'Bee's, .Sechelt.  onarai  %on&  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  Sechelt Branch 140  ON A JOB WELL DONE  It was a pleasure to supply and install  all She tine floorcoverings to complement  your handsome new building  onarcLiu  y -'    "     ..  C7 .  The ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION  Branch 140 - Sechelt  KEN DeVRIES  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway a* Wyngaert Rood/ Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  * CARPETS       * TILES       ��� LINOLEUMS  you  all success on  your opening  MARCH 10th  DONALD ERB  and  ASSOCIATES  Architects  1008 HOMER STREET  VANCOUVER 3  '���i'j.A.   -J  -J  :r-  BRANCH 140, SECHELT  l      ���   :���      ���  pouaiu ^rnnoanced  the \ypenlnia of the  f lew dStiildin  "xtm  c/-  >:  IV-  \^  xt      <V  ^v  on,  lard  k Wtk, 1973  i\  &F  (  *m  imw  m  m.f,  ^MEMBERS' NIGHT *  .  Will be held on  z March 9th at 7 p*m.,,  'S  ~  wrnt  WJJ  eautre*  '<$  '���y'W,  ||l����^7\  Bruce Redman  885-9626  For Information Call  Alf Bredefeld  885-9828 ���,   \  \ :  Vi I  New executive elected ��� ��� ;  v   \  A  \  HoAom commun^ dt*  launches member drive  PENDER Harbour ��� Annual    general  meeting of the Pender Harbour Community Club, was very poorly attended  with only 17 memjbexsipres��it>_"7 ^_^_  The, executive for 1973 are: Harry  Munro, president; Kay White, secretary;  ��� Muriel Cameron, treasurer^ FredWhittle,;  Jock Hermon, Marie; Reid, Jessie Reitze,  Julia Reid, Prank White, Peggy Pock^  rant, Ruth Kobus and Molly Edwards,  directors,  y  OVER 350 POSTERS designed by   were displayed in the school gymna-���  . Gibsons elementary school pupils for   sium Thursday. Volleyball nets pro-  the Sea Cavalcade   poster contest   vided an appropriate nautical-look  ing backdrop for file entries. Here,  three pupils -size up the competition.  AH membership cards expired at the  end of j6acb/year and the fees are due  in January. A membership drive is.being  conducted under the. direction of Jessie  Reitze. Members are reminded that dues  ca.n be paid to the secretary, treasurer or  any executive officer. Membership fees  are $2 single a^d $3 for a family;  The carpet and bowls have been purchased for carpet bowling.and will soon  be in .operation. If any members of the  senior citizens are interested in this,  activity they may phone Fred Whittle,  ���883-2559. \  Roller skating has been'organized on  Tuesdays and Sundays for the young  people. Volunteers are needed to help  with supervision.-  The pool hall is" open Monday to  Wednesday but patronage-is falling off  so if adults would like to come too, they  would be welcome. An adult night has  been suggested for Thursday. If anyone  would like to make up a group for a  pool night "they may contact Jock Her-*  mon.;. '':���;.''���,:' ���: 7 .':,\7'  . Movies ate being shown \twice a'  -riwnthtin^heJiall^^  very well .attended. The movies are expensive to rent and if they are to be  continued a better attendance is heeded.  The executive would like to see more 7  parents attend with their children,  The movie on March 10 (Saturday) is,  "Those Daring Young Men and their  Jaunty Jalopies" in color and' cinemascope. It is a slapstick comedy-adventure  about the Mbnte Carlo- rally in 1927r-_  the last year before big business interests  took, over and the .race, became highly  professional,   Tony   Curtis   stars.  Bingo continues to .do well with a  better attendance resulting in .increased  prizes. Patrons are reminded that the  lottery regulations govern the amount*of  'prize>money to be given. So, if more  people attend, better prizes' are available.  At bingo;, on Feb. 22 donations were  presented to the little league basebajll  teams: and the 19737 swimming classes  from the community club.     '  The community club pays the operate  ing cost of the library which is used by  a large number Of people. ���������*  One of the main fund-raising events  of the community ,club is the' annual  spring bazaar scheduled for Saturday,  May 5. Anyone willing to knit, sew or do  other handcrafts may phone Muriel Cameron at 883-2609 for material. Everyone  Page 10    /' \ The Peninsula Timet1  Wednesdoy, Morch 7, 1973  is requested to make an effort to contribute something. * ^  -Doris ���Edwrardsonr"883T2308r-is  -tlie-  general convener-so if anyone has ideas  or suggestions  they may jjhone her to���  "offer" their help.  It is only- with more help from the  people in the Harbour that the corhmu-  ,ni��y club, can do more for you. Every  event  that is  planned  takes  time and  -energy���to���organize���and���aT^nUmber-^bt-  people to. help.  The expenses  involved  in just keeping the hall operating is coin-  siderable.  ������������'������ S ���������-.       a-'' . ,���-��� ,--���- aa.:.a.aa,l  NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-2794 (24 hours)  U-DRIVE  SUNSHINE RENTALS  | 885-2848  i  886-2848  or 885-2151 eves.  ��iiiiiiiiiiiaiiiaiiiiiiiim��imiiiiiiiaiiimiiiiiH  ������iiiiiiii>if>inii��iiiiiii��iiifiiiiiiiimiuti��iiiM>iii>��fli|  ��� Put your message into more  than 3,000 homes (10,000  readers) in these economical  spots. Your ad is always there  for quick reference . . . . .  anytime!  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ��� Here's an economical woy to  reach 3,000 honie* (10,00?  readers) every week. Your aa-  waits patiently for ready reference .... anytime!  railllllliniMIIIIMinlUlilllllUIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIUIIUUIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIinillllUIIIIIIUlHIl milMllltllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIUIlMUIIIIIIIIMIIIII.llllllllllMllim  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Jus. 886-2714, Res: 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  COMPLETE ARTIST'S SUPPLIES  CUSTOM-MADE LAMPS  Classes in Resin Doily, Tues. through Saturday  Candles,  Macrame,   Beads, "Arts ond  Crafts  Cowrie Street"- Sechelt - 885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Closses & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  - Pine Road 4 (Srahdview Avenue*  AUTO SERVICES  s  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Parts and Tires  Phone 885-2812  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Pender Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 15,3, Madeira Park  ���    HOURS:     '  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to.3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  Free Estimates - Fast- Service  G&W DRYWALL  Drywall, acoustic and textured ceilings  Now serving Gibsons area ond the Peninsula  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  TWN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  GIBSONS 886-2291  - SECHELT 885-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES.  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES .  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM'FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinished. Before  Installation  R..BIRKIN - Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-255)  CONTRACTORS (cont.)  MORRlE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors -Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free Estimates Phone 885-9413  PEN ENTERPRISES  .    Suppliers and applicators of  Cascare Pre-Cast Stone and Brick  Phone for free estimate       \  Bob or Dick 884-5315  FURNACES  CARPENTRY  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Free Estimates  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  REFERENCE CONSTRUCTION  Potiot, Sidewalks, Sundecks  Framing and Formwolls  Now on the Sunshine Coast  Phone 987-6858 Collect  W. M. Short reed ^Construeti  General carpentry,  concrete specialists,  walks, driveways, retaining  walls, patios.  266-7809  PARKINSON'S HEATING  LTD. - GIBSONS  Esso Oil Furnaces  No down poymentr bank interest  ten year/repay  For free estimates coll 581-6136 collect  - Complete line of appliances  HAIRDRESSERS  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Batementi - Drivewayi - Septic Tanks  , Stumps - Ditch Lines  Call for a freo estimate any tlmo  TED'DONLEY Pender Harbour 883-2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Ph. 885-2304 L.C.Emerson  If No Answer Leave Mcssaga at 885-9326  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDERS  /  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM. RENTALS  886-9951  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD:  General Building Contractors  AH Work Guaranteed  Phone 085-2622  Box 73, Sechelt;, B.C.  Use those spaces to  reach nearly 10,000 people "  every week!  All Types - Large or Small  Land or Marine  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  Don Henderson and Sons'  885-9534  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement, Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured Ceilings  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7643  L & H SWANSON LTD. /  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Dackhoe  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE DAY ROAD  (now Hall Shoot Met6l Building)  885-9666, Box 172, Socholt, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING^      ���  Clearing - Excavations - Road Bulldlno  Grading - Fill - Road Gravol ./Crushed Rock  Phono Socholt 885-9550  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  ELECTRICIANS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7816  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R.  1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  Pender Harbour      >r  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES'  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work Guaranteed - Free estimates  Joe McCann, Box 157, Madeira Park  Phono 083-9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 885-9978  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block  ne*t to the Coop Store  Gibsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street ^      ?-        Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL & HEATING  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Poy  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  ODaaM��Ban��MHaMaHMMaaaaaMMMM����BiaBaMMBaB*aai  IRONWORKS    PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK >    '  Phono 886.7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to the Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning   Rug Shampooing  Ph.  886-7131, Gibsons  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for sale k  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  Mack's Nursery - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plonts - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK  E. DECKER,  OPTOMETRIST  "Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PAINTING & DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  \      DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  PLUMBING & HEATING  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfltting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  Repairs - Alterations - "Now Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING & HEATING  LTD.  .  Gov't Certified Plumber ��� 24-HOUR SERVICE  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825. SECHELT, B.C.'   '"'  peninsula Plumbing ltd.  Sales and Servlco ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  V  \  R & S BACKHOE  R.R.   1, Madeira Park, B.C  W. Rousseau - Phono 883-2302  "Wo aim to pleaso"  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 683-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  P. V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to:  Pl'parchor at 885-9030, eves. 806-7375  Offlco Hours 0:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MACHINE SHOP  RENTALS  SECURITY ALARMS  KEYES SECURITY  ALL-ROUND SECURITY SERVICES  Smoke and Burglar Alarms  Halfmoon Boy, B.C.    ^  885-9487  SEWING MACHINES  BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building    '"'"���  Wharf Street, Box 607  ,   ., v . Sechelt;; B.C.- .7777'v  Office 885-2625Ji "Rome '885-9581  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Mbrine Building - Porpoise Boy  P.OxBox 609, Sechelt, B;C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE     ���  i     All Brands Available  Monday to Saturdoy 8:30 o.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friq'ay evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING 8. SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phono 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  SUNSHINE TREE SERVICES LTD.  Fully Insured  DANGER TREES TOPPED  SELECTIVE CLEARING  Sechelt Peninsula  885-9711  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phono   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  SUNCOAST CONTRACTING  Gonorol Contractor  Residential  Wiring ond Plumbing  883-2426,, pox 55, Madeira Park  FUEL  ERNIE WIDMAN  for all your  SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phono 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  At tho Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetylino Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marino Ways  Automotive ond Marino Repairs .  Standard Marino Station  Phono 806-7721       Res. 886-9936, 8B6-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phono 885-9464  MARINE SERVICES  CLAYTON WELDING & MARINE  Marino Ways to- 42'  Bottom Repairs ,  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  YOUR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES 4500 HOMES  A. C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  Sunshine Coast Hlahway and   ���  Fronds Ponlnsula Rood  Madeira  Park  Phono 883-2585  "RENT IT AT  THE RENTAL SHOP"  at Davis Day  "We Ront or Soil Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Llghflng Plants . Televisions  Roto Tillers - Cement Mlxors . Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 005-2Q40 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOURS  805-2151  RETAIL STORES  C & S HARDWARE  Socholt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  Ponder Harbour - 8B3-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical - Plumbing - Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  Box 158, Madeira Park, Hwy. 101  at Francis Peninsula  Greater Vancouver  291-0750  T.V.  & RADIO  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Sales and Servlco  Authorised Dealer arid Repair Dopot for  QUASAR (Motorola) fi, PHILCO  Cxiwrlo Street, Socholt ��� Phone 885-2171  SUNSHINE COAST7T.V. SATis^  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL���ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ��� Ed Nicholson  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT'  J3ox 799, Sechelt ��� Phono 885-9016  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholsterlno - RcstyHna - Complete Drapety  Servlco - Samples shown In the homo     '  Phono 886-2050  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  RUBBER STAMPS  $e�� THE TIMES).  I  <,.  A   /  4��  V      '/' :g;7;7;777||7^  :���>���-.-; --.is .;.���  y^yyyyyy.  .1 ������ * ��� ���  H  ���7 '71  ::Vl  ft  ���:y/y\y.  ���v .  The Penlmulo Time*     t       Page 11   ���  . .'. Wedneiday, March 7, 1973  /  SURROUNDED  and her paintings,  i down for a few  BY memorabilia  Olive Clear settles  moments to pose  with her husband, Guy, .On the piano she remembered, it in the '20s. The  just above Mrs. Clear's head is her active Seacrest wonian noted her  latest painting of Siwash Rock as ,85th birthday.  Sechelt seniors take  tour of new shopping  ^VANCOUVER, on the last day of  :). February, felt a slight upsurge -of  .business it could have been occasioned  ^ By the arrival of a chartered busload of  'senior citizens from Branch No. 69 Senior  Citizens Association ofSechelt.  ' The,prime objective was for the purpose of: visiting Vancouver's newest department store.. After, .touring the store  and enjoying lunch at one or other of the  dining facilities- the seniors were driven  but to Queen Elizabeth Park and a visit  to the conservatory. After this was a  visit to Cap's Bicycles and Free Museum  at Sapperton. There was a hint of nostalgia as many of the men recalled the.days  when they had driven Model Ts, Chevs  and Essex models' similar to those on  display. Of interest, also, were the many  ���other, antique's on display.  Skillful driving on the part of our  driver brought us back to Horseshoe Bay,  ��� over the Upper Levels Highway barely  in time to catch the ferry for Langdale.  ��� Although there had been a fair amount  ' of rain, 49 tired oldsters agreed that it  had been a very interesting and worthwhile day while giving thanks to Dave  Hayward who had been responsible for  the arrangements.    .  -  Tuesday afternoon many of those on  the trip had' taken part in the senior  citizens Tuesday afternoon dance where  they had enjoyed live music which had  been played by Evelyn Bushell on piano,  .Emery Scott, accordion and Al Ferris, of  Gibsons, on, drums. It was accounted the  best afternoon of the season. Dancing will  'continue every Tuesday - afternoon  , through March and all seniors are asked  l^to come and share the enjoyment.  BERNIE'S    I  SUPERMARKET LTD.  formerly E&M  Complete Line of Gifts,  g     Groceries, Novelties  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:00 o.m. ��� 10:00 p.m.  ^       Bernie and Par Shalagan       ��  | Hwy 101 Phone 885-9414 ^  TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION  \ --.' w,  /-  A natural spontaneous technique which allows, the Individual  to expand his conscious mind and to Improve all aspects of Jlfo.   Introductory  Lecture  ef   Wilson   Creek   Community  Hall  ^ THURSDAY. MARCH 8 ��� 8 p.m.  J  Does Your Club or Group report its \  Activities Regularly to The Times?  ���SB  5% INTEREST CREDIT ON 1973  CURRENT TAX PAYMENTS  Made between January 1 and May> 15  Interest, ot the rate of 5% per annum, will be credited tp any prepayment deposit on current (1973) taxes made between January 1st and  May 15th, 1973. Interest will be calculated from the date of payment  to June 30, 1973. Such deposits, in any amount up to the /total of  the 1972 taxes, wiill be accepted.  Any further information required may be obtained from the Municipal Office, telephone 886-2543. December 13, 1972.  DAVID JOHNSON  MUNICIPAL CLERK  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  SECHELT ROD & GUN CLUB  Conservation & Outdoor Recreation  Education Program  (Hunter Training Course)  Starts Tuesday, March 13th at 7 p.m.  -       at the Clubhouse ,  $7.50 to be paid first night ��� minimum age 13  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION-CONTACT  George Flay ��� 885*8429  FRI ENDS AND NEIGHBORS of Mr.   birthday. Mrs. Clear is sitting in tiie   hind her. The wall is covered with  \anfLMrs. Guy Clear .gathered Satur-   chair at the right, centre of the pic-   Olive's many oil paintings,  day tohonor Olive Clear on her 85th   ture and Mr. Clear is standing be-  >;l<:->i1,���  Feted at parties . . .  Olive Clear, pint-sized dynamo,  r-r�� \  is 85 and is  going strong  By MARY TINKLEY  -BORN  in  18$ and still going strong!  She's  just  a  tiny  pint-size woman,  - with a bright look, a quick intelligent  mind and an independent and dynamic  personality, As you Have probably guessed, she is none other than Mrs. Olive.  Clear of Seacrest in the Halfmoon Bay  area.  Perhaps  one  of  the  secrets  of the  youthfulness of this little woman is her  amazing health. At the age of 85, she has  ��� never been sick and has been to a doctor  only twice in her life, once when she  - broke her wrist and once when she  needed 14 stitches in her knee following  . a fall. She is light and nimble on her  feet, quick and birdlike in her movements  and she claims she is never bodily tired.  In fact, there is no place for the words  "tired" or *<sick" in Mrs. Clear's vocabulary. She certainly doesn't pamper herself and on a,cold winter's day can often ,  '4>e seen out in th<^, garden.i with bare '  legs and running shoes.  Olive Wataon was born and brought  up in Thirsk, Yorkshire. At the age of 15  she started to study painting under Owen  Bowen, the famous Yorkshire artist. Four  years Inter, she had her first oil painting  hung \t\ the Boyal Academy, London  wherc'her second painting was exhibited  two years later. One of her pictures ia  on permanent display in on art gallery  ���in Birmingham, England and there have  been several exhibitions of her work at  the Arts Council Gallery Shop in Sechelt  where her beautiful Yorkshire landscapes have aroused considerable Interest.  Mrs. Clear, whoso sight is still excellent (she uses glosses only to read the  fine print) still paints with the little  group ot artists "Who meet once a week  .at the studio of Mrs. John Holl ot Welcome Bench, She has recently finished  n painting of Stwosh Rock os she remembers it around 1022.  SEEKING ADVENTUBE  Coming to Canada in search of adventure in 1913, Olive Watson lived for  n time in Toronto nnd then in Prince  Rupert where she did secretarial work  and later worked in the post office. In  ,1020 her parents come out from England  nnd Bhe took three month's leave .from  the post office to Join them In Victoria.  Always a woman of great courage, stamina nnd solf-rcllancc, she decided at tho  end of her leave to cycle from Vancouver  vbnek to Prince Rupert alone, a distance  of. 1,011. miles which shb did in 13 days.  There wan very .Httlc traffic, but the going wait; hard for no part of the road  was Mticktoppcd,, It was mostly grovel,  with stretches here ond there Httle better than grassy trails, Sho would sleep  .overnight nt a hotel when there was one  Available; otherwise she would sleep un-  'der a farm wagon or beside a haystack.  Her rnto of travel varied greatly with  tho terrain and she covered no little as  23 mllc/i a day In tho Boston Bar area,  OLIVE  CLEAR  but in the downhill section, past Vander-,  hoof, she pedalled 165 miles on the best  day of her trip,  ,4$ler her marriage to Guy Clear In  1930, they settled in the Courtenay area  where they formed. It was while Mr.  Clear was acting as relief lightkeeper on  Merry Island that he decided that the  Seacrest const, Just, across from the lighthouse/ would be a good place to settle,  Mrs. Clear, on a trip over from Courtenay, agreed -with him and bo they bought  from Jim Cooper the lot on which they  built their spacious and comfortable  home,  OUTSTANDING WORKERS  Since their retirement and move to  Seacrest in 1005, they have both been  outstanding workers for the community.  Mrs, Clear la always ready to entertain  with recitations, skits and plays ond  when a ploy is in rehearsal, sho is tho  first to know her part. It has been ono  of her Jobs over the past years to decorate the Welcome Beach Hall for special  parties, such as tho Christmas- dinner,  Valentine nnd St. Patrick's nights and  harvest thanksgiving.  For several years ��he hos been in  charge of the white elephant stall nt  the Country Fair' nnd has for weeks  ahead collected articles, sorted and press*  ed them, priced them and taken charge  of the stall at the fair. When her husband Guy puts on u show of some of his  excellent travel slides for tho Welcome  Bench Community Association or the  Sechelt, Senior .Citizens' Association, it  is his wife who helps plan tho program,  sort the slides and give tho commentary.  Mrs. Clear is a member ot tho Sechelt  Senior Citizens' Association' ond of tho  Sunshine Coast Arts Council, In addition,  for about 20 years, she has been secretary of tho Pollyanno Club, an organiza  tion which was started after the Second  World War with the object of giving  financial help to displaced, Polish and  German families. She handles all the  correspondence and,, has two translators  working with her, a Polish lady in Victoria and the Rev. G. Peters of Sardis  Who deals with the German translations.  The Clears travel .to Courtenay at least  twice a year on Pollyanna Club business, to attend the annual general meet-,  ing and, the Christmas dinner.  SHE'S  A TRAVELLER  With   all   these    commitments,   Mrs.:  Clear still finds time to travel and usual- ���  ly takes two or three bus trips each year.  For the past two years she has taken  an 18-day bus tour of the U.S. national I  parks, covering 4,400 miles, a trip which  would have exhausted many people half  her age, but she comes back from such  trips bubbling with excitement over all  the interesting things sh<j has seen and;  done. ,    :  Friends and neighbors decided thnt^  Mrs. Clear's 85th birthday was a suitable'  occasion to thank her for her unselfish  service to the community. On the morning  of March 2, her birthday, she found at  her front door a beautiful golden deodar  tree, a gift from her fellow members  In the Welcome, Bench Community Association in token of their appreciation  of her devoted and loyal service to the  Association.  In the evening, she was surprised with  a party nt the home of Mrs. Blanche  McCrady which was hosted by Mrs.  Freda Rhondea and Mrs. McCrady. Capt.  Jerry Williams, in proposing a toast to.  Mrs. CleniV rinld tribute to the valuable  contribution which she nnd her husband  Guy hnd ��mndo to tho community and  said he was proud to have such people  as neighbors. An enjoyable evening followed with games with exciting prizes  and a wonderful assortment of refreshments. ,     ,  Tho following day, more I than 20"  friends and neighbors visited the Clear  homo to offer their congratulations nnd  good wishes tp Mrs. Clenr, Fritz Leuchte,  in presenting her with n vase of spring  flowers said "You arrived'in the world  with the spring flowers, but for us, your  neighbors, you will nlwnya be our best  Valentino."    . '  t?'y.w?'*yw-:<;'W  ' ��*����*.��� i^^fWlfrWWW^^  :\>AAAA,;:t  #7!.:i  W.A  ���'���A,.-*-,':'. >><*'���������  ������!.' !���������,;*.!;  Clean-Out  of '72 models to make room  for fheTS's  30" Electric Ranges  Fully automatic, choice of colors .  Frost Free Fridges  13 cu. ft., 2 door .1*.   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A parent helper looks on  right,  GIBSONS���Four    children, swathed    in  raincoats, stand around a large plastic  water tub, cooperating as they play with  boats, discovering what objects sink,  what objects float.  In another corner, Gerry builds a  block garage while Mike, with appropriate engine noises, parks Ws truck  for "five dollars worth of regular and  an oil check, please."  Newspapers spread along the long  end of the wall exhibit the latest of  creative dabbling in red'and green paint.  Three youngsters dressed in adult clothing busily attend to the chores of keeping  house and caring for rubber babies. Nearby, two young farmers organize plastic  livestock within the confines of a miniature barnyard.  ,' The Jack and Jill Child Minding Cooperative lis a non-profit organisation  licensed by the community care services  ef B.C. Parent participation makes this  group function as a valuable service for  both parent and child. As an involved  parent, one is required to contribute  time, ideas and effort both as an assistant  teacher and as a member of tho business  organization.  ','. As a child, one benefits from a learning atmosphere well planned by a qualified teacher.  Parents' monthly fees provide needed  equipment and supplies os well as tho  teachers' Balary. Tills income is supplemented by money from fund-raising  activities. Another facet of tho contro is  parent education which provides meaningful information on the social and  emotional growth of the pre-achool child.  The enrollment is comprised of three  and four year old children of Gibsons.  Classes are currently held each Monday  and Wednesday���the three year olds from  0*16 to 11:15 a.m. ond the four year olds  from U:4fl to 1:45. Two parent volunteers  assist Mrs. Margaret Atlce, the teacher,  at each class.  Scheduled  on Tuesday   at 7:30  p.m.  ^n Gibsons United Church Hall Is an open  ioubo exhibiting examples of tho chil  dren's activities and a film on the children  at play.  All interested parents, especially those  concerned with September enrollment,  are' invited to attend.  DONT MESS it UP  TOY TRAIN set Is one of many play- in Gibsons. Hero, a youngster nego<  things provided for kids at the Jack tlatos a set of points in the best tradi-  and Jill child-minding co-oporatlvo    tions of Casey Jones. ;  ya����a��M��uw��waii��wMa��aMia��*aiaMM��a����aM����wiaMMMWMMHi��m��aw������a>��^  Hhis  ALWAYS A FAVORITE with kids,  the sand box at Jack and Jill attracts a budding digger operator.  ~_ vttikfara&tv grate of snow shovolfl heralding tl��i5"TBa>int of. a t��lccpy-groy day.  Does Your Club or Group report its  I Activities Regularly to The Times?  T  3s a $3.50 SPOT!  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IwTY,  1  ^^Ii&--4g^  :^:.f^-b?'  ,- ^y����  MRS. ANN GURNEY had a field  day in Gibsons Co-op store Saturday,  scooping up $65.12 worth of groceries  in a two-minute spree after winning  this month's Kinsmen Shopperama  contest.  The Peninsula Timet Page 13  ',    Wednesday, March 7, 1973  Zoninglaw  under study  VILLAGE of Sechelt will have to revise  "' its'zoning bylaw in order to accommodate mobile homes, council was told at  its last meeting. \  I Marvin Wilson asked councillor permission to place a "double-wide" mobile  home on a village lot.  <. Council agreed providing the home is  CSA "approved and meets the require^  "merits of the local bylaws and building  inspector in regards to siting and foundation.  ~,Ald. Bernel Gordon expressed hesitancy about allowing mobile homes to be  placed anywhere in the village. Other  aldermen "expressed concern regarding  lack of control over a specific place in  the village to establish such homes.  Clerk Neil Sutherland told council  that such homes should not be referred to  as trailers or mobile homes but should  be known, as prefabricated homes.  Council is drafting a new subdivision  bylaw.  Council sat as an in-camera (closed)  committee of the whole Feb. 28 to consider the formulation of a subdivision  bylaw.  Pressure has been mounting in recent  months!, members indicated, to enact a  new subdivision bylaw.  Following council's last meeting, Mayor Ben Lang called an lri-comera meeting to discuss subdivisions in the Porpoise Bay area.  , Sechelt Building Supplies asked council's permission to erect a sign at Its  new building bt Wharf and Dolphjln  streets.  1 The firm submitted a sketch of the  sign to council but did not indicate  Where it would be installed.  Council said that the site of the sign  should be specifically stated ond that if  It is to be close to a controlled access  highway permission should bo obtained  from the department ot highways. Council also felt the sign should not be too  close to an intersection controlled by  traffic lights.  Aid. Dennis Shuttlewbrth ond Ted Osborne met with Gibsons airport commlti  tee last month. The group will mall a  letter to the department ot transport  regarding the lease and expenditures on  the local airport.  FroexGr Beef at very  competitive prices  Qtboom People Welcome  GLYNN' titACY,  Garden &ay Store - 883-2293  "Fine Meats for Fine People"  *****����w-  ,;^SSss*--~IU.-i  w'xwwkS*-  "yyysixi  Encampment rites , . .  Win  at services  GIBSONS���Parents and friends attended  a special Pioneer Girls Encampment  service recently at Calvary'Baptist  Church when ranks and badges were  presented to the girls.  A large mural, depicting pioneer life  and four young children dressed as early  settlers, helped to create a mood for the  program. ' \  ��� ���.. Pilgrim Bonnie Horner read, the  Scripture lesson,, and Colonist Ruth Madison led-inprayerV Pilgrim ^guides, Mrs*-.  Eleanor Wolverton and Pat .Erickson,  with their guitars, led the girls in a  song-festT Two enjoyable skits were presented by the girls. Several girls from  the Pilgrim section spoke briefly on what  the earning of badges meant to them, and  Colonist Wanda Erickson spoke on what  pioneer girls meant to her.  Before an open Bible and candlelight,  Mrs. Kay Owen, chief pilgrim guide, with  the help of her assistant guides, presented  the following ranks and badges: Maureen  Forsyth���voyager rank, handcraft, kitch-  encraft, new hfe, water; Barbara Lyttle  ���voyager rank, handcraft; kitchencraft,  new life, pets; Cathy West���voya#r!  rank, handcraft,'new life, pets.   ���  Natalie Jack���New life badge; Dort ���  Webber���voyager, handcraft, kitchencraft,  new life; Kelley Webber���voyager, kitchencraft, new life; Loretta Harrison-  voyager, kitchencraft, new life, handcraft,  Gail   Wolverton���voyager,    kitchencraft,  new life; Shannon McGivern���voyager,  hahdcriaft, Jritchehcraft, new life; Lena  Jonas���voyager, handcraft, new life.  . . 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I \'  ~1  Poge 14 The Peninnsula Times  Wednesday, March 7, 1973     u  Dimes QPfiRTC Gibsons Elementary  ..vorwuia tekes^^tflle  Cougars. missJiwone  Pender Hi-lites  ��� by Ceciie Girord  SENIOR girls travelled to North Vancouver March 1 and 2 to participate in  Jhe  Vancouver  district  tournament  for  ���Wschoois.;^;; '���;���:���.,   .    - V77 ��� v:'"'  The schools feave less than 200 girls  from   grades  10-12,  There 7 were eight.  schools taking part this year with the  winner advancing to the provincial tournament in Salmon Arm. '7  Our first game Thursday afternoon  proved to be a tough one against St.  Patrick's who had a tremendous height  advantage. The game got rough at 'times. ;  resulting. in skinned knees v and elbows.  Pender was slow to get started and  quickly dropped behind..They were beginning to move by half time but trailed  23-10. After the half they enjoyed more  of the play but. had no luck with their i  shooting finally losing 42-29.. Tops for  Pender were Deb Bathgate 11 and Cindy  Harris, 8.,-...  Pender's next game was against Sacred '  Heart and might',-..be better forgotten;; ii  Sacred Heart's game was closer to football and Pender was upset in the first  half but still led 16,-10. In; the second  half Pender played its normal game and  opened a comfortable lead to win 47-21.  The scoring was well shared with Cindy  Harris, 13, Deb Bathgate; 8, Valerie  Reid, 6.       >  In the, consolation, final against North  Vancouver we finally started.to play up  ^expectations and held a narrow lead  avhalf - time. North Van dropped further  behind into the third quarter and Pender  led 33-24 into the final stages. At this  point they fell apart; lost their cbmpb-  sure and gave Norjh Vaij, the chance to  go ahead 4l-3Qi^Sii: a ,bjg asa^intmlettt';'  all; played weQ^pntflflhe iinippiinute^  with Deb Bathgate, 11, and Valerie Reid,  0, leading the scoring.   :  The loss put Pender into sixth place  and our only satisfaction was cheering  on our friends from Pemberton as they  tpok the title by beating Notre Dame in  an exciting, final. They will be worthy  representatives of our area in the finals.  We would all like to wish them the best  of luck with their games. We would also  like to thank Mrs. Murphy very much  tor taking some of us down and back.  /^Slunior boys were busy this week with  a two-game series against Elphinstone to  decide the Howe Sound champions. The  first game was^at^Gibsons^ Feb. 28 and  proved to be very exciting with the lead  changing back and forth>befc>re Elphie  edged away 43-36 at the finaKwJustle.  Leading the scoring for a much-impfdved  Pender team were Doug Barsaloux and^  Jerry Mercer with 11 points each.  The teams met at Pender March 3  with our boys keen to overcome the  deficit. This was also another very exciting game nnd our boys tried extremely  hard for the Howe Sound junior boys  basketball trophy. This game was a good  hard play between both teams. Elphie  pushed ahead in the second half and led  Pender by nine points.  This did not stop Pender though and  they got right in there and showed some  tricks of their own to close the gap. Pender was then catching up quickly and in  the lost quarter the difference was one  point and both teams started to get a  little tense. With the clock down to about  five minutes Pendenwent ahead by three  points. They kept.it tight until two.minutes then Elphie scored two baskets to  take the lead.  With only a few seconds left Pender  missed two foul shots leaving Elphie  ahead by 52-60. Elphie took the trophy  and congratulations to both teams for a  fair, well fought game. Top scorers for  Pender were Doug Barsaloux, 19, Jerry  Mercer, 10 and Mike Kammerlo, 12. Frank  Havies stood out for Elphlo with 20  points bached by Norris and Roberts with  11 points each.-  v .,,..>*.  . s  y. yft .n  yy*l     *''��������  x��"**y"'      U  *'? ����#%&*>*''' ~~ y    n  its * *  W   sAJK (  ^*-M    *  DOGFISH BY THE hundreds are being taken off Pender Harbour. Abe  Haddock of Coho Marina took The  Times photographer' to the fishboat  Instigator off Garden Bay where the  fish are caught* It is believed tha^  they are destined for Germany an#  Japan; Mean-looking fellow at left  shows a closeup of the little shark. ^  championships by  narrow 8 jpinis  ELPHINSTONE high school Cougars Were  narrowly beaten in the finals 'of the 7  tri-zone bas,ketballv championships held in  Vancouver'over the weekend.  Tournament hosts, St. Thomas More,  defeated them 67-59 in the final game,  In Wednesday's play, the Cougars  beat St. Pats 50-27 and on Friday, they  (dropped   Garibaldi  Rebels   47-43. ;  Brad Norris was nominated for the  first all-star team and Wayne Smith for  the second; Most valuable player was-  Mike Bruno. -  The Cougars' won a phenomenal7 29  games out of 33 played fhis season.  Full details on the tri-zone tdumar  ment in next week's issue.  Porpoise Bay^dmpground  -gets parks branch QK  PORPOISE  Bay provincial park camp-,  ground construction will be continued  this summer and the park^shoiild be fully  developed by this fall.  That was the word from R. H. Ahrens,  director of the parks branch, department of recreation and. conservation".  Ahrens was replying to a letter of  enquiry written by Morgan Thompson,,  president of Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce.  He also said that it is anticipated that  the sani-station will be installed before:  the tourist season commences this spring.  Gibsons bowling  MIXED   10  pins:    H.   Christiahson/311  (159);   G.  Ellingson  288  (145);  Gene  Graham 299 (170); Jim Young 271 (164);  Dianna Keeley 268 (152); Helen Sinclair  262 (162),  Ball and chain: Bruce Redman 650;  Jerry Krasney 618; Roger Hacknell 638;  Walter.Kohuch 316,  286,   (791);  Albert  Lybn 667; Sid Waters 623; Glen Phillips  616;; Carol  Kohuch  759.  ���   Juniors: Mark Roland 217 (324); Mike  English  174  (301); Anne Creighton  139  (253); Jennifer MacTayish 146, 132 (278).  Seniors: Andy Henderson 218, 218, 228  (664); Sam Casey 224; Pat Wing 209.  by pupil reporters Fillip Rinaldis,  Dave Brackett and Brian Partridge  ON FEB. 22,  Gibsons  Elementary  gym  was the scene of a district wide-floor  TTockejr^tournamentr: -������   Boys team came from Madeira Park,  Sechelt, Roberts Creek and Langdale to  plaY hockey with equipment-that^-quite-  new on, the market. The plastic blade  and a special ball with very little bounce  make for a fast game that demands team.  work, r -.- ������'������������"     7  .-���.-..Star players were the goalies. They  saved their teams stime and again. The  besY game for outstanding goal. tending  was the Sechelt-Langdale contest.      ,   '  One of the thrillers was the game  between Madeira and Gibsons. Both  teams played hard to the last whistle and  Gibsons just won by a 9-7 score. Both  Langdale and Madeira teams won their  games with Sechelt. Langdale won 5-3  scoring their last on an open net; Sechelt;  defeated Roberts Creek 6-4.  The" last, game was the most exciting'  because the winner would be tournament  champion. Although Gibsons was on  home floor, they 'didn't have that much  advantage. Gibsons scored two quick  goals in less than a minute but Langdale fought back "for-one.'.The game was  very tight and rough by the end of the  first period. The second, period eased off  in pace and Gibsons scored four more  golds to Langdale's two. In the third period Gibsons really hustled and kept control of the puck. Final score was 7-4 in  favor of Gibsons Elementary.  *ivvmm*mm*mm*iiifm&mmmmm*mmmm*mmmmmmmMm*mm').  TOTEM CLUB, ~~  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m.  INDIAN If ALL  Joickpot $300  $75 TO GO   /  ''���&���    .'.. ���  * DOOR PRIZE ���  ��MWWtaiW>l��*W��IWMWMWWW����W��aWWWWl������WVWWMMWM��W*����MW  * OLD Stones anil  SILVERWARE      FineGifH  RE-FINISHED     ��Specialty  Made  Sparklingly  New  ��  100% WATERPROOF  WATCHES BY ROLEX  0 ENICAR WATCHES  ^  WELCH'S CHOCOLATES     .,  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2421  THE FINEST'.-IN CEDAR HOMES  SPRING ORDERS  ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED BY . ,  .<*?���'  y$&L' *.-* yyy ��� ���^-���-yys ^y^  Membership growing . . .  ��� im-e'"  ES  The Beauty of Western Red Cedar*  Drop by  SKIPPER  BILL'S  RESORT near  Madeira Park and see the quality of conr  struction that guarantees satisfaction.  NATION-WIDE  CEDAR HOMES  12540-110th Ave.  Surrey/ B.CvT-^-  Build NOW with the  Penintulo't foremost  Cedar.Home contractor. For mora information, write or coll our  plant direct at  524-2418  in Surrey or contact 7  our Factory ReprMen-  tatlre at  883-2426  on the Sunthine  Highway;-    i  i  getting under way again  tf/////////A/////////^^^  The Mcintosh was discovered in Pun-  dela, Ontario, in 1811. The Delicious In  Iowa in 1881.  By TRISK CRAMER  TIMBER Trail  Riding  Club  is in full  swing   again   after    its   winter   rest.  Activities are planned until the middle  of June.  Our officer| vseem to be working well  together this "year and our membership  isx growing,  lembers did extremely  weliN$howing tlvrfir hprses away from  home Ih\1972, \J.se\ this should be mentioned as The^competition in the Fraser  Valley is as good as found anywhere.  Bruce Cramer of Brushwood Farm,  ���Gibsons, won many ribbons and trophies  at ^Quarter Horse shows witlThis stallion,  Blackburn^3 bars and fillys Cloudy  Smoke and Brushwood Kittyhawk, ending the year in fourth place for British  Columbia. ~~"~---^  Although not a member~"y<it, Lowell  Pearl  of   Roberts  Creek   owns   the_ reserve champion    Appaloosa  filly    Bluo_  Spotted Lady for the year end awards.  Our annual horse show will be held  on June 10 at Knudson'sM arena on Orange Road, RobertsCreek.Unfortunately,  we were told it was too late of a date  to" receive the Festival of Sports awards,  which Would have cut our costs. We will  therefore have to ask for trophy donations, or, anyone wishing to donate a  trophy may do so by phoning 080-2100,  We are having a membership drive  and hope' that anyone who owns a horse  or la Just interested in horses will Join  us. Wc offer a good schedule of events  ond equestrian activities and also offer  help to our members In horsemanship  nnd helping'find horse services available  In the area.  Our 1073 schedule of events are as  follows:  March 7: Club'meeting to bo held at  the home of Joan and Don Gallup, Field  Road, Wilson Creek, fl p.m. There will  be an endurance riding  talk.  March IB���Jackpot gymkhana. Kvent  50 cents, 12 noon at Knudsons.  April 4���Club meeting to be held at  the home of. jTrish and Bruce Cramer,  be a talk on halter showing.  ' April lo-^-Playday. 12 noon, Knudsons  (club  points).  April 21���Children's Easter egg hunt.  Brushwood Farm, noon.  April 29���Trail ride and picnic. Time  and place to be announced.  May 19���Practice playday. 12 noon,  Knudsons. ��  June IQ���Club gymkhana and horse  show. Help wanted! (no experience necessary).        ������','*  We are now corresponding with Bud  Errlngton with regards to his offer to  "give a training film and judging clinic.  Hopefully, this will be sometime in May,  A club functions only on the support  of its members, so if we all give our  support  to  the  events  scheduled,   1973  will be a year to remember.  Pratt Road, Gibsons 8 p.m. There  will  I  T wPPER. FLOAT  This is a 43.50 SPOT!  Your advertising In this space will reach  more than, 2,500 homes 00,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go Into more homes than any  other  newspaper   produced   in   this   area.  The Times  885-9654 or 885-2635 (Sechelt)  806-2121 (Gibson*)  ^//////A//y//y///A////^^^  ^ UNITED CHURCH WOMEN'S I  i  SiamKock Tei|:&-Bake Sale  Friday, March 16fh, 2 p.m.  ��� AFTERNOON TEA 50c ���  United Church Hall  1  I  ////////A/A///A/V7////^^^  Como Eorlyl  Bring Your Friends  !  1, STRINGER 2. SLEEPERS 3. DECKING  THE NEW WHARE OR  BOATHOUSE FLOATATION!  Photo by  Peninsulo Photographers  YOUR SEA CAVALCADE  COMMITTEE  Carol Kurucz  Carol t* Mn. Rudy Kurucx ond ha*  ttiMo children, Cindy, Colloon and  Tommy. Carol I* chairman of tho  Mi>i Sea Cavalcado Committee Thlf  year's Miss Sea Cavalcade will win a  $250 vrardroba and go on to conipoto  In tho M(m P.N.E. contour. MIbb Sea  Cavalcade will bo chosen early this  year, therefore entrant* will bo soloct-  ed as soon as possible. All ��rganlxa-,  ttoni and businesses on the Sunshine  Coast are invited to sponsor a contestant. For information or to enter a  contestant phone Carol at 806-2666.  ^ A permanent solid foundation for anything that has ��� �� Jf  fe to float/ As solid and durable as concrete and as, ^%  S stable tool The economical wharf/ ^    ��i  1 , ... ..... b ��� ...  . .j....  | 1 r_ .| ..t...   . I ���|M ���in��� -'M1���,��� rr-,l-ni.-^-r-ril���r>.l..t-1���[Mr-tlll[���u���r-rriI-1[[l  Roplaco your sunken logs with proper floatation under  your present boathouso . . . suitable for tie-up buoys.  This typo of floatation Is usod tiros, pressure-filled  with styrotoam; mounted under a wooden platform and  pro-drilled with galvanized bolts and nails.  8'"20 DOCK KIT ��� Complete  will carry 4,400 lbs.  $453.00    Pl��* taxes  i  t?*c  I LIGHTWEIGHT RAMPS:  ,���-'��� 32' Aluminum c/w Plywood Docking ��� 30" wide  * Lightweight all welded construction ������> bring in for winter  * Corrosion Resistant ��� long life, built in B.C. to suit B.C.  hi  EL-MAR SAL  GARDEN BAY (DISTRIBUTORS) 003-2671 or 434-91 SB [  /  \       i  \  \  ">  A   \. ���,l '  t  !. Tel plans  Harbour work  "B.C. Telephone Co. has announced plans  >flat an underground conduit installation, distribution cable expansion, and k  pole removal project in the Pender Harbour area.,  '- Tenders have been called on an unwind project which will involve  iching and installation of over 1,100  et of duct-work from the central office  Madeira Park Road to the Sunshine  Coast Highway. Work is expected to begin early this month.  J Additional cables are being installed  0n Spinnaker, Lagoon and Francis Peninsula Road/to provide telephone circuits  ib meet growth in demand for service in  t��e area.  ��* In other work, nine telephone poles  located immediately west of the central  office will be removed and telephone  distribution cables will be transferred to  liftiHty poles on the opposite side of the  road.  J' The cable, conduit, and pole removal  raojects will be completed at a cost of  Over $100,000.  MRS.   MARGARET   ST RATHE RN,  president of the Rebekah Assembly  of B.C.* paid her annual visit Mon-  daylb Sunshine lodge 82. She is  pictured, front right, at a dinner held  at the Whispering Pines, Sechelt. On  her right is Mrs. Hilda Scbad, vice-  pres. of the B.C. assembly. Standing, from left, are Marshall Florence  Bailey; Mrs. Phyllis Hanford, Noble  Grand of lodge 82; Mary Steel, district pres.; and Mrs. Carrie Surtees,  lodge 82 vice-Grand. !  Madeira Park Happenings  (  i  MORE  ABOkUt..,) -i  ��� Community centre  -i ' from page \-  a French language instructional support  grant to cover cost of a return'visit in  May. ' /X  In a letter to the board,, he said 15  Elphinstone students and 15 from Powell  -River hoped to spend' a week in Quebec  under the exchange, and he asked trustees  to confirm his application for, a grani  Montgomery felt the students could  each, raise $50 towards cost of the trip,  with the remaining $4,000 coming, from  the government under its grant program.  _ The board confirmed^! Montgomery^  application.  DRAINAGE DITCH  Under committee reports, trustee Pe  Precesky, chairman of the buildings a^d  grounds committee, introduced a let  from Pender Harbour Community Chilj  concerning the drainage ditch bordering  their property and the' high school:  The board approved Precesky's recommendation that Metzler should ask  the. department of highways to fill in  the' ditch and provide suitable escape  since the ditch was a run-off from highway culverts. He said that water from the -  culverts was flowing over school grounds.  Metzler was also asked to request the  community club to enclose their portion  of the creek running through their property to prevent clogging the enclosed  culvert on school property.  And the regional district will be asked  to ensure future shopping centre developments in the area make adequate provision for drainage, so seepage does not  cover school grounds.  Hanna reported that neither Elphinstone nor Pender Harbour high schools  were able to sponsor a proposed visit of  , Vancouver Junior Symphony because of  conflicting activities.  Mrs. Labonte suggested that the Sunshine Coast. Arts Council might be willing  to sponsor'..the event.  Wednesday, March 7, 1973  The Peninsula Times  Page 13  T  NQ CABARET MARCH tO  Lady Lions7 Night;  ��� * ��i ��-  a i  DINING LOUNGE 41 a.m. - 8 p.m.  ^^ Special this week-end  _l ���CHINK^F^Pe^TO_qp  1  also Sissllng Plata ���. 888-2311  J,  enindu  la rJmJinina cJLi  Vnina c^ounae  a cyLmOunat  imMMMMBWff^  WELL, we had an exciting volleyball  tournament  last Friday    at  Pender  Harbour High School.  Girls' teams from Langdale, Roberts  Creek, Gibsons A and B teams, and Madeira Park took part After a full afternoon of play, the final standings were:  Roberts Creek, first; Langdale, second;  Madeira Park, thirdr Gibsons A, fourth  and Gibsons B, fifth. The teams are to  be congratulated for good sportsmanship  and ��� play. A large ^ thanks goes out to  Mr. Thompson, Mr. Tiernan, and the  senior boys who helped to referee and  time the. matches. 7  The Coad Puppets visited our school  last Wednesday and all the classes enjoyed them very much. Mr. Coad explained how the puppets worked and how  he managed to do the whole play by  himself. Some of the classes are busy  making puppets of their own and putting on plays in language period.  Our school will be having an open'  house on March 13 in the afternoon. The  classes -are busy getting ready to show  the parents and visitors to the school  some of the interesting subjects and  work that the students do.  Mr. Wishlove announced last week  that report cards....will- be given out oh  March 16. Students are getting ready for  the second honor, roll.  The next reporter for the column will  be Ernie Kingstoa  In good weather one colony of bees,  30,000 or more, pollinate three or four  acres of apple orchards.  INVITATIONS  for    showers,   cocktails,  open house, etc. Miss Bee's, Sechelt  Alder & Maple  Saw Logs Required  5-10 MILLION FBM  Please contact:  Altrood Manufacturers Ltd.  Room 603 - 1200 YW Pender St.  Vancouver 1, B.C.   -  682-2891  SAVINGS PIANS FOR EVERY  PURPOSE  Tllfc LATEST INTEREST RATES  8% - Five Year Term Deposits  7% ��� Three Year Term Deposits  IW2% - One Year Term Deposits  6% Demand Deposits  5% Chequing  7% Compounding Annually  Accumulating Income Deposit  For Further information Call In or Phone  PENDER HARBOUR  Madeira Park/ B.C.  883-2236  ANNOUNCING  The First  TWO-YEAR  Parts  and  Labour  Guarantee  on  all  Quasar  Color TVSotatt  M&7&R0LA  PEED QUE  [VS it all  19" Quasar  Portable Color ...  Complete ensemble with a roll-about stand  for easy mobility. Walnut- grained high impact polystyrene with deluxe trim.  Dipole  Antenna. Complete with stand.  $549.95  Automatic Washer  Budget priced with practical design and simple.  controls for all-fabric laundering.  * Multi-Cylo Washing Selection* including a  Special Durable Press Cycle.  * Choice of Wash and Rinse Temperatures,  Spin and Agitator Speeds.  * Big Capacity Porcelain Tub.  * Arc-Q-Matic 210 Transmission with a 10-  year parts warranty.  * Porcelain Enamel Top and Lid, In white  only  $348*88  Electric Dryer  An economy dryer with the same dependability as higher priced models.  * Time and Durable) Press Cycles.  * Choice of Heat Temperature Selections.  ^  * Giant In-A-Door Lint Screen.  * Permacofe Steel Drum.  *, Pull-Type Door with positive bayonett  catches.  * Automatic Shut-Off of Heat and Operation  when door is opened.  * In/white only  $218*88  GOOD ALLOWANCE ON  YOURTRADE-IN  25" Quasar  Console Color . * *  Mediterranean styling In a credenxa cabinet  of hardboard with Classic Pecan finish.  Concealed castors.  $799.00  2-year warranty on all parts and labor  10-year warranty on washer transmission parts  B-year warranty on druma        ,  Service Guarantee  ARKERS HARDWARE Ltd.  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 88S-2171  X  }  I I  K" &���  ' ( I  1  ��  \  >  "    ���������^i ���       taiw*i "my pc* "T* l"y  Sechelt News Notes  FRED KIRKHAM of Reed Rd., Gibsons, celebrated his 99th birthday  Tuesday. Friends travelled from  throughout the Peninsula and Lower  Mainland to share the occasion with  him and his wife, Florence. An Englishman by birth, Fred came to Canada in 1888 when his parents emigrated with their 10 children. Dur  ing his first few years in the country,  Fred helped, his father homestead before striking out for himself. He and  his wife have lived in Gibsons for the  past 21 years. Prime Minister Trudeau sent Fred a congratulatory card  last week and this week, the village  council expressed their best wishes.  REGINA visitors at the Ray Newman's,'  -Davis Bay, are Ray's uncle Con and  aunt Edna Newman.  > Last Sunday's entertainers at St.  Mary's hospital were, Mrs. Ruby Hatcher,  Waited James, Bill Coffey, Emory Scott,  Mrs. Margaret FoxalL  A very enjoyable evening was spent  aCthe Selma Park Community Hall last  Feb.' 24, by the' Baha'i of Sunshine Coast  and friends. Potluck supper was followed  by a social hour, with John Marian 'entertaining with guitar and songs. A short  but concise talk was presented by Wes  Huxtable, a member of UN committee  and National Pioneer Community of  Canada, on the Baha'i faith, its origin,  beliefs and principles.  ' Anyone who was unable to attend and  wishing to learn about the faith should  call 885-2465 or 886-2078.  British Columbia Hospital Association  held a seminar on extended care at the  Airport Inn, Richmond, Feb. 26-27. This  was the first seminar of its kind in B.C.,  Mr. Wade, the education director for  BCHA had good reason to be pleased and  plans another one in the fait Attending  irom St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt was  the head nurse for extended care, Mrs.  R. Pockrant, and volunteer directors, Mrs.  P. Connor.  Herb'and Dorothy Stockwell left Sechelt Jan. 20 for a camping trip south.  They returned Feb. 28. The most highly  recommended 'spot has got to be Organ  Pipe Cactus National Monument Park,  stateside gateway to old Mexico. The old,  border town name Lukeville -may be  changed to Gringo Pass.  , The ideal thing to do, they said, is  park stateside and bus across the border  where 'goods; are. available the same as  farther inside Mexico. Dorothy advises  not to pick at wet day like they did as  the underfoot slipperiness of the clay is  best avoided.  They soaked themselves in the waters  at Desert Hot Springs on the way there  and on the way back.  Mazatlan, where they stayed' for 10  days, is not as well liked anymore, by  many tourists, too many ne# hotels with  their new higher prices. Too great an  increase of sewage in the Bay. However,  the auto court the Stockwell's stayed in*  was very good.  Lots and lots of B.C. people all over  Mexico. They met them each place they ��  visited. At camp spots,���half the cars or  trucks would have B.C. plates.  Melaque Bay they ran into some old  ���by Peggy Connor i  <  friends from Keremeos. At Redding, Calif,  on the Sacramento River, they met Hit.  and Mrs. Davis, new residents of Sechelt.  In Mazatlan, it was dinner with Art and  Rose Hauka from Sechelt. They met them  at a dance revue held in the trailer court.  This was ethnic Mexican dance from the  different  areas  in Mexico,  In Manzinio they saw the- damage  caused by the' earthquake, and were on  hand to greet the Flying Farmers who  flew in from Canada and the U.S.A.  There were a Mexican band, cold duck  served dn coconut shells and lots of  excitement.       j  -  Seventy miles out of Roseburg, Ore,  Dorothy discovered she had left her  purse at Myrtle' Creek. Not having much  hope they phoned the police. Not only  had a lady from Vancouver, Washington  found it, she had turned it in, and when  the Stockwells arrived back in Roseburg  they found everything in the purse. Restoring their faith in humans-,' and on*  phoning the ladyto thank her, she said  It restored her faith in the state troopers.  They did have their truck broken into.  It was parked on the street in Culigan  in the middle of the afternoon. They figured they, disturbed them, as they just  had taken a few things from the cab,  like a good hunting knife, bottle of medication, snakebite variety. (  One week spent in Puerto Vallarla,  lots. of beautiful flowers, lovely homes.  Narrow cobblestone street^^'e^ghtful'  place to be.  Mrs. Linda Honeyman and her daughter Nicole were here for a visit with her  parents, John and Muriel Irvine. The  Honeyman's call Lillooet Home now.  There is a need for more volunteers  to help in the extended care department  at St. Mary's Hospital, and also with the  hairdressing. The' ladies who do the pati-  ' Page 16 The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, March 7, 1973  ��  /ents' hair are there every Tuesday and  Thursday morning, so if you feel you only  can spare one morning a month this is  excellent, and you will be doing a great  service. Extended care help consists of  .two sections, start at 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.  helping with games and handicraft or jiist -  talking with the patients, or come at 11  x a.m. and stay until 1 p.m. and help with  the feeding. Phone' 885-934'' volunteer  director Peggy Connor or assistant director Eve Moscrip 885-9322. .  The Sechelt Auxiliary meeting will  be Thursday, March 8th at St. Hilda's  Church Hall in Sechelt, 2 p.m.,- a good  chance for new members to come and  find out what it is all about. There are  six auxiliaries so there is one in your  area, you may belong where you like but  do join.  Saw Johnny West in Sechelt, with  a young daughter sitting on his shoulder,  they are living in Squamish now, his  mother was with him, Mrs. West is from  Coquitlam. ""  Brownie and Guides LA meeting is^  Wednesday, March 7th at the home of .  Lorie Bryson, Wilson Creek.  Blake C. Alderson D.&  CHIROPRACTOR  iWOffice BulUl*�� SsclJk  Phee* ISS-1S J> 17i,  Wednesdays and Saturdays    *���  10 am - 5:15 pm        10 am - 2:30 en*  * ��  Piano Tuning  CLARKE STEABNER  886-7283  ���f.  Kitchen  * Featuring Merit Cabinets  "NEW HOMES   #  .,���*.' Renovating  Arborite or Formica  Counter Tops  FREE ESTIMATES  Bill Knutson 883-2406  mMmJmam}mmm*m*bemamdmtmmtvmdimdtmmVm  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  All Shows 8 p.m. ond in color  Bark by popular demand  for the 3rd time...  Doctor Zhivago  ���GENERAL���  THURS.,fRl., SAT. MARCH 8-9-10  Religion in the Old West. . .  The Wrath  of God  ROBERT MITCHUM ��� MATURE  SUN., MON., TUES. MAR. 11-12-13  LORD JIM'S  LODGE  Take your family our  for Lunch or Dinner  Heated Pool and Saunas  -availabjeiar extra charge  WEDDING RECEPTIONS,  STAFF PARTIES; ETC.  For Reservations  Phone 885*2232  ���HNH  ^>V^>. ���  AIRWAYS *  T^,amf-\  M  Serving The Sunshine Coast  SEmm-mm^mm  oownroWK  YOU Buy  for less!  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