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Array 2nd Clots Mali  Registration No. 1142  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove; Egmont  New museum under construction .        .        Union    Label  This Issuer 16 Pages ���  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Vol. 11, ftp. 20 ��� WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1974  _*���*.'���"*'*��<_>_/��:��' ���>  ^yri,"-^*^  J  GIBSONS���Preliininary excavation work   'told The Times the municipal hall space  offered "a great deal more room and far  better facilities" than the present district  offices. '    ���  Board members approved the move in  committee March 28 and a lease is expected to be signed soon.  At first, MacLeod pressed for a three-  year lease from the village, but aldermen  insisted five years was the minimum  they would consider.  After five years, the district intends  moving its, offices to Sechelt, according  to MacLeod.*  Aid. Kurt Hoehne said the museum  would benefit from its new, larger facilities and the village would benefit financially by renting out the basement. The  museum paid no rent:  He noted that earlier negotiations between, the village and school district had  fallen through because of adverse publicity. A letter published in local newspapers  suggested that the museum would be "left  out in the cold" by the switch.  It was not then publicly known that  the village intended constructing a new  museum 'building.  in the municipal hall grounds has  marked' the start of construction of a new  home for Elphinstone Pioneer Museum.  The school district will move its offices into the museum's present premises,  in the hall basement.  Present school district offices, above  Kruse Drugs, have been outgrown by the  staff, making a move necessary.  The district will rent the lower portion  of the municipal hall on a five-year lease  for $3,000 per year, The Times has  learned.  Construction of, the new museum is  expected to be completed by June, allowing the school board to move into the  village hall by July 1.  - Village staff members will build the  museum, using government grants to  finance much of the construction cost.  Additional workers will be hired under  a Local initiatives Program grant.  Tenders will be called from local contractors for installation of electrical wiring, plumbing, roofing and gyproc, The  Times was told.  School board trustee John MacLeod  SECHELT-���The next blood donor's clinic  will, be held at St. Mary's Hospital,  Monday, April ,29, 4:30 to 8:30 pan.  Trie clinic is sponsored by the auxiliaries to St. Mary's Hospital and chairman  is Mrs. Charlotte Raines. Additional information is available by phoning 886-  2706.  British, Colum'bians last year donated  more than 100,000 pints of blood through  the Canadian   Red Cross. That's   oyer  12,000 gallons, of blood. "    ���   it sounds likea.lot, but divided among , . _ ,. ^   .  the 30,000 patients who received Wood  Completion date predicted .  transfusions in 1973 it comes to only 3%     * z a ;   pints per patient.  medicine���  kidneys,  dependent  in hos-  are con-  using  dona-  the life  None  uilders snow mteres  m. cilptunstone projec  Clarification sought  STEEL IS rising as well as contro-,  versy about the Sunshine Coast Arena;  in Sechelt. A recreational grant,,'  which the village and Sunshine Coast;  .Recreation Assodatiohnay;e counted,  on has not yet been approved by,  Victoria and more iirforinatloii is re-;  quested. - In the meantime, <subcon- <  tractors have been announced.   . ' f  Construction. ��� \  by Dick Proctor  SEOHELT���A recreational grant, expected' by the village' of Sechelt in  order'that the Sunshine Coast Arena can  go ahead, with construction, has been held  up in Victoria.  Construction is continuing on the arena  although the'village does not yet have  any funds and a. $200,000" borrowing bylaw-is presently -in* Victoria: -11  \ t -. ��* *   on increas�� ,  ing a monkey wrench. In the not too    *******    ������������������ w���� w^-^w   , ^   distant future there will be three arenas    SechELT���Total value of building per-'i  newspaper's contribution to the national  ONCE again, readers of The Peninsula  Times, with a creative bent, have an  opportunity to express their opinions  about "Our Hometown Newspaper" and  at the ^ame time win $400 and a gold  medal.  Entries will be published in The Times  as they are received and the entry which  is ^chosen best will be submitted as this  SCHOOL district architects in Vancouver  have received four letters of inquiry  from general contractors interested in  tendering for the fReconstruction of Elphinstone Secondary School.  And they expected two or three more  before the- April 5 deadline.  Contractors were responding to 'advertisements placed in Vancouver daily  newspapers.  Tenders will be called from suitable  applicants, and the district will enter into  a negotiated contract with the lowest  bidder.  Details of this tender will then go to  Victoria for approval. At this point, the  department of education is expected to  approve emergency funding to finance the  difference between the district's insurance  settlement and' the actual replacement  cost of the school.  Tenders will be called only for the  rebuilding of Elphinstone to the 600-stu-  dent stage.  Upcoming provincial legislation may  enable the distriict to build a new junior  secondary, facility in the Sechelt area  without a referendum.   -  The two-school concept was put forward by a feasibility committee established to investigate alternative school sites  and~endorsed by the district.  Working drawings for Elphinstone  have been approved by the department  of education and if the lowest tender  meets with its approval, the new school  is expected to be completed in time for  September 1975.  Gibsons Winter Club  in the area���one in Gibsons, one in Sechelt and one in Pender Harbour���and  they'll -be well supported."  Nelson said he thinks the big problem  facing the arena financing is the question  of public access. , , -  "There, will be ice skating available  every day ot the-week on a partial basis  mits issued by the village during March  was $457,000, according to building inspector Roy Taylor. / J,  This is an increase of $418,600 over1  the same period last year. -'-..      Ji  Two commercial permits for^constrtuS'  contest. Winner of the national competition will receive $400 and a gold medal  The competition' is sponsored by Dominion Textiles, The Peninsula Tunes and  Canadian Community Newspapers' Association.  application  GIBSONS���Winter Club proposals for a  curling rink' in the village came one  r     Cost of the  arena  is  $450,000  to "and then,skating and curling .on other  H500.000,  Aid.  Norm- Watson told  The    days."    .  tion totalling'$364,000 account for a large;,-/    Judges wiU not look for .excessively _  percentage of the incre_se. ��� *��� --'- '"^ligh'^praasefor.The Times^they,will study,   step^ne^er^reahty. last..wfiek. when, the  Times. The village expected approval of  a one-third grant of the cost of the project, but the department of recreation and  conservation, in a letter to 'the village,  requested clarification of some aspects  of the project.  The .department asked for a copy of  the lease agreement between the village  . and the Sunshine Coast Recreation  Association, the operators of the arena.  Mayor Harold Nelson told The Times  that there is no signed agreement  between the association and the village.  The department also wants public  access or public use of the arena defined  and clarification of the financing approval  by the department of municipal affairs  (winter works program), which gives 100  per cent forgiveness on labor.  "We've given Victoria all that Information twice already," Watson told The  Times. "Murray Mathieson of the department came here and made a site inspection and we gaTO^^^ him the information  then." ',   ,���;'...��� ,.���'��� ,/  ARENAS DUE  Nelson said: "The money is coming.  It's being held up by'a.few people wield-  Watson and Nelson both were critic-1  of a small group of persons who were,  they claimed, responsible for the delay  of the grant.  If I had an NDP ticket and was a  member of the Waffle faction, this problem never would have arisen," Watson  said bitterly.  Watson said that local party and union  officials "with a lot of clout in Victoria"  were responsible for holding up the project.  PUBLIC ACCESS  John McNevin of Roberts Creek, one  of the persons opposing the arena, said  that his opposition was due to the fact  that the public is entiled to full access  on the same basis as debenture holders  "and the arena must be operated on a  non-profit basis." ,  He said that debenture holders are  guaranteed a six per cent return on,their,  p investment. One of the specifications,'. of..  the Community Recreational Facilities  Fund Act was that the facility could be  built toy any organization but that.to be  eligible for a grant it must be non-profit  , p���boo page A-3  Three permits .were issued for new  homes totalling $80,000 in value. Last  year, 'two residential permits were -granted for a total of $29,000 in construction.  1 Two residential additions boosted the  permit total by $3,000, while additions  worth $10,000 were approved in the commercial sector. ' ' ,  This year to date, permit values have  totalled $624,000 against $83,400 in 1973.  Individual totals, to date, are as follows: Commercial, $390,000; commercial  additions, $10,000; residential, $202,000;  residential additions, $22,000.  Government approves  water rate incresae  SUNSHINE Coast Regional District's revised water rates bylaw was approved  by order-in-council last week.  Orders-bvkouncll are   official   docu-  ,mehts .promulgating vgovernmental "decisions concerned with the day-to-day operation of the province. >  The revised water rate'bylaw will increase water rates to. users served by  the regional district water authority,  laaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaiaaaaaaiaiaiaaaauaaaaaiaanaaaaaaaiaiaaiaaaiaaiaaaaMaaiaaaiaiaiaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaiaaaaaaaiaiiaaMaiaaaaaaaaiaiaaiaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaiaaaiaaaHaiaaaMnMi  SUNSHINE   Coast Regional   District   h  not so much a trail horse, hut yoclcing  horse, a local wag has suggested, He was  referring to the planning ��� situation���or  the lack of it.  "A rocking horse/' explains our comic,  "la a cheerful-looking animal with gaily  colored patches that Indicate stoning, ogrt-'  cultural land; reserves and other exciting  things, From a distance, it looks like  tho real thing���-albeit a bit patchy.",  "Thoro Js a lot of activity around the <  "'liffieT^Diiiw-ow���  working on cither end in harmony, keeping tho animal moving ar>d everybody  olso la trying not to get tholr toes  pinched."  We'll let the, readers gucsa who our  correspondent suggested wna closo to tho  horde's mouth and who,was at tho other  end.,  But, a word ot odvlco, suggests our  critic: "Rocking horses never go anywhere. Not oven if someone la pushing  at cither ond."  ,  ���      ���      #  Did you hoar about tho student who  brought horno his onstcr report, which became known aa the Watergate card? First  l)o denied there wns Ono, then ho couldn't  find it, and when he finally located It,  three grades were erased, ,  ���      ���      ���  , John Browning of WUaon Crook says:  "After aeolng three nudo stTeakera at tho  hockey game, I now know what they  mean when they Bay, 'I have nothing  to wear'."  "We're winning the battle," says  Mnjynnno Wont of Glbaono. Sho'a referring to tho CRTC'a order to CBC to cut  dowh ^'nd'MiH5rhaiiswovcntltolly���toJcut",''out",  commercials, Maryanno had a lot to do  with itiiat decision and now, sho sug-  ' goats, that everyone who agrees that CBC  should do away with commercials (completely should write to Hugh Faulkner,  secretary of state and federal minister  in charge of tho CBC.  Maryanno modestly Bays, "perhaps it's  a turning point, A chance to save Canada,  Or, this ia'where wo lost Canada." It'a  a serious problem and Maryanno la sincere,  -She scoffs at those critics who suggest  that with tho oxtra tlmo created by lack  of commercial., and the loss ot revenue  and sho adda: "Tho OBC will Just havo  to fill tho tlmo creatively and with Canadian content, Where do you think tho  by DIClC  PROCTOR  money will bo spent to make' CBC Canadian? Why in Canada, of course, and  that's keeping money home and not sending it to tho United States to buy itjhelr  tv productlona,  "Wc can only keep our anonymity if  we keep a strong national communication  system," she says. "It's tlmo to do ouy own  thing, experiment, try out new things,  CBC should forget about competition and  concentrate on keeping tv Canadian,"  ',,���'*      *  '  * Gowg��** FJoipoii ^f ^thcT VUIagV"'ftwiilu-"*'  rant, Sechelt, flow to Grooco to visit his  mother "who ia very m, Whon he returns,  it will bo to opon Tho Parthenon, hla1  $150,000 cabaret-restaurant on tho water,  ��� ��� ��  Don't make any book on thla, but tho  provincial cabinet says, that daylight  pavings timo wlU atnrt at 2 a.m., April  2fl, It will run, if It does actually occur,  until,Oct, 27.  ���      ���      *   '  A pair of pigeons aro traveiling between Horneahoo Buy nnd Lnngdnlo whllo,  thoy are nesting, Crews of tho 8u��y O  don't want to disturb them, Could thia bo  �����oo paga A-3  -the judgment and understanding by  readeia�� of -he .function of the weekly.  In 1971, Times reader, Mrs. ^ Joan  Stuchberry of Granthams Landing was  national winner. Last year a woman in  , West. Vancouver won the award.  All entries must be published in The  Times by May 8. Winners will be announced at the annual CCNA convention  in Toronto in July.  Local tradesmen  get arena contracts  SECHELT���Local tradesmen have, been  awarded subcontracts on the Sunshine  Coast Arena, said1 Henry Hall, contracting  adviser to the village of Sechelt.  Subcontractors are as follows: plumbing, Peninsula Plumbing; electrical, BE  Electric; heating, Seacoast Sheetmetal;  finishing, Sunshine Coast Recreation Association. ,.:���,..<. ,'.^L .  Hall expressed his pleasure with the  p, contractors and said, that the tenders were  well thought out and professional.   .  The facility is becoming, a tangible  reality, said Don Phillips, arena general  manager, and the steel Is being erected.  Phillips said that he' will soon, visit  community organizations "to pull together the schools' skating; hockey and  figure skating programs."  He said that a well-rounded program  to satisfy some of tho recreational, demands of tho community is 'being ��?���-��  >,parcd.' ;  Phillips said that it anyone has any  .questions regarding the'arena or the association thoy should write to him at  Box 057, Sechelt,  for lackett Park  SEOHELT���A $0,000 grant for development of Hackett Park hai. been approved by tho | department of recreation  ond conservation, H community recreation  fund, it waa announced by Don Lockstead,  ���Mt��A,.,...,,    ,  , Tho gront la one-third tho cost of upgrading tho park, Tho village, oH Sechelt  will contribute an additional $5,000 and  tho Sunshine Coant Llona Club will con-  'tributo $5,000 In cash and $0,000 Jn labor,  Tonnla courts, adventure playground  nnd Jogging nnd oxorolso facilities are  planned for tho park,  provincial government tentatively approved a $50,000 recreation grant towards the  project.  Cluib spokesman Gary McDevitt enthusiastically predicted that clearing work  on the site, which fronts Highway 101  near the Twilight Theatre, could begin  as soon as this week.  The government grant will cover one-  third of the projected cost of the rink���  $150,000.  Winter Club debentures are currently  on sale to finance much of balance. To  date, 125 bonds have been sold at $200  each. The target is 300.  < * Total,, cost of vthe ��� curling i arena is  approximately $110,000,' with an additional $30,000 to $40,000 required for ice-  making equipment.  If all goes well and the provincial  grant receives final approval, construction  could start as soon as May, said McDevitt.  The rink is part of a total winter sports  complex proposed for a parcel of crown  land that was recently signed over to the  village for recreation purposes.  Debentures for the rink are available-  from McDevitt, manage? of the Royal  Bank, Gibsons; Dick Blakeman at Super  Valu or from any Winter Club member.  Club members coniident .  GIBSONS���Coast Motorcycle Club has  received ��� tentative approval for an  $8,200 grant aimed at financing construction of a motocross track on the Hydro-  right-of-way^ ���.' ."'  Peter Purchason, one of the club'a  founding members, said a federal government spokesman confirmed last week by  telephone that the money would be made,  available under tho Opportunities for  YoUth program,         , ���               '     '  Included in the grant will bo $1,000  for expenses, such as equipment rental,  and $7,200 to pay the wages of 10 young  people for two months,  Under the OFY program, tho maximum wage is $90 per week,  A .small core of club members has  been wording on the track since last year,  but construction haa been held up for  lack of funds ond labor,  If the grant receives final approval,  ��.thfijtrAc)cjyylUwb.��^upgradQd...to���.Canadian^  Motorcycle Association standards, paving  thq way for CMA sanction, which will  cna'ble the local,club to host meets, os  part of. the regular motorcrosa circuit,       ,  Unlike conventional racetracks, tho  motocrosa facility will, take advontngo  of, varying typoa of rough terrain undor  the powor lines.   .���'  Said Purchnson: "I talked to tho CMA  vice-president of motocross nnd he's forwarding ua track specifications. When tho  track la finished, they'll inspect ond approve It,"  Const Motorcycle Club events would  then be included pn tho CMA calcndav  for noxt season. \  Much of the work will bo done* by  lijlphlnstono Secondary   School students,  ho explained. Vice-principal Larrie Grant  picked a group of his pupils who were  willing to work two months during the  summer.   7 '���..'.  "One thing about the project is that  it will provide work for kids who might  not otherwise find a job," said Purohason.  In addition to finishing the track, the  OFY workers will construct outdoor toi-  �����oo page A-3  ^������aiMuuiii.__iH_iiiaia.iMiiHiiii_iiiii���iia_ai_ai.a_aiiaiiMiiir|  TIDESFOR THE WEEK  April 10th to April 16th  ofr Point Atkinson  ���- Not to bo mod for navlqotlon -���  Wo.  0140 9,7  So,  0455 10.5  10  0640 13,0  13  0825 11,2  1345 2,9  1550 4,8  2105 14,1  Th.  0230 10,2  Su.  0000 13,5  ���1,1���������  ,;j>7..1.0,J2,5*  jJ.4 ,:�����,���  ��� 0640^10,2  1420 3,4  0915 10,6  2200 13,9  1650 5,5  Fr.  0335 10,5  Mo.  0055 13,3  12  0745 11,0  15  0735 9|6  1505 4,1  1050 10.1  2300 13.6  1  1750 6,1  ���w���.  Tu,  16  0140 13.3  0025 8.9  1240 10.1  1855 6.9  MERCURY OUTOOARD  ���     SALES & SERVICE  MERCURYLAND  SECHELT 005.9626  tl.llllii_llli_liiMaiai.aiaiaa_aaaiaa<aiaaaaaaaaaaaiaiaiaaaaaaiiaiaaa,l 3.  ���7"- -?-.  Poge, A-_t  The Peninsula Times  ntevedt tfr uuoivien  Edited by Joan Proctor - 886-2073  Mount Elphinstone Chapter . . .  [asrgaret Tniemap named  new OES Worthy Matron  GEBSONS���Margaret Trueman of Dougal  ;Hoad was installed April 4 as worthy  matron of Mount Elphinstone Chapter 65,  Order of the Eastern Star.  She is as charter member of the organization. "  Retiring worthy matron and worthy  patron, Wilma "and Bert Sim, were honored by their officers and presented with  a gift. . ���  Other officers7this year, are as follows:  worthy patron, Stan Trueman; associate  matron, Margaret Hauka; conductress,  Mary Steele; associate conductress,.Mary  Gordon.  Secretary, Nancy Douglas; treasurer,  Doris  Drummond;    chaplain,    Margaret  Joan Proctor  '     '   ���' . . . Stall telle  IT WAS breakfast time and the early  morning news was on. I make it a  habit never to listen because I refuse  to start, the day off on an air of  gloom which seems to be about all  you get on newscasts these days.  So, as I busied myself with the porridge and coffee making, my husband  sat with bis ear tuned to the radio.  Doom and gloom doesn't bother him.  "Did you hear that?" he asked  excitedly.  "No," I said stirring the porridge  with added vigor.  "They've just found an elephant  on Granville Street," he said. "They  are digging there for that new mall.  Evidently they've unearthed a perfect specimen."  "How, did an elephant get there,"  1 asked unbelievingly. Was it left ,<  over from a parade or circus?"  "No, you dummy, it's there from  thousands of years ago, from another  age!"  "But elephants aren't native to  North America/' I said.  "They were here before the ice  age," he said impatiently. Haven't  you ever heard of a Wooly Mammoth?"  "Sure," I said smugly, "he's the  quarteitoack for the l$ew York Jets.'.'  . "No,"- he said   emphatically,  "that's Joe Namath."  "Well how was I supposed to  know? AH football   players' names  sound the same to me."  ,  "They say this animal's carcass is  perfectly preserved and is about 35  feet and still being unearthed."  "Well, let me know when they unpack his trunk," I said dishing out  the porridge. ,v.  "Can't you be serious for once?"  he asked. "After all this kind of thing  doesn't happen every day you know.  Are you really so naive as to have  never h e a r d- of the Pleistocene  epoch?"  "Oh 1 know all about plasticene  alright,",I said brightly. "It's that  stuff kids use in nursery school to  mold little animals. Incidentally,  what's the date today?"  "Honestly,   I   can't  understand  you," he said. "Here we'te discuss-  ,  ing a great archaeological discovery  and you ask for the date. It's April  1st. Why did you want to know?"  "Because, you,big dummy, that  whole elephant thing is probably just  the radio station's idea of an April  ���Fool's joke,"I said.  "Oh. they wouldn't joke about a  Wring like that. It's much too seri-  i oiis. Swi'teh to another station to see  what they're mentioning about it."  We did, and they weren't mentioning it!  Swan, marshal, Lila Head; organist, Eleanor White; Adah, Val -Michaud; Ruth,  Dorothy Parsons; Esther, Shirley Forsh--  ner, Martha, Marjorie Buckley; Electa,  Doris Gower; warden, Betty, Brown;  sentinel, Lily Dunlbp.  Visitors from Grace chapter in Powell  River were: past grand matron, Audrey  Marr; grand trustee, Isobel Webster;  grand representative, Dora Stonier;, worthy matron and worthy patron, Joan and  Bill Vanderkroon; Ernest Stonier, Mr. and  Mrs. Oliver Beacham, Marjorie Roberts,  Carolyn Burg, Ellen Lawrence, Maigaret  Burn, Florence Chambers and Dorothy  Loukes.  The banquet room was decorated in  keeping with the theme of the new worthy  matron, love and harmony.'  A bouquet of pink roses, Mrs. True-  man's chosen flower, and a gift from her  family graced the head table along with  a cake, beautifully decorated by members  of the chapter. -"  Wednesday, April 10, 1974  iiiiiiiiaiiValuabBe CouponiQi@_l!iiHp_-!i  - -_*���-     , ' , "-   ,    - ,-��� -   r- -. __._ _    _. '   r  S_S  Clip this coupon and SAVE $4.00 on your next 0  PERMANENT WAVE & HAIRCOLORING or save $1  on your next SHAMPOO & SET ...  1    " - "     ��� NEW NO AMMONIA PERMANENT ...        v,   ..-..  - no more unpleasant perming odor - no damp-day frizzies  -conditions while it waves your hoi r.        ' *       S  CONTINENTAL COIFFURES & BOUTIQUE '��  Trail Bay, Mall, Sechelt Phone'885-2339        \0  (Valid Monday to Thursday in April, 1974)      *' ||  _i_illOOEllilB0^1O^EilB-g-3-ailO-llEI-------IOOIl-i-i-i-31BlO  Use 'Times' Adbrieis to Sell Rent Buy, Swap, etc. -  SECHELT���Village council, studying an  intersection plan for Wharf and Dolphin, made the following suggestions:  ���That the northeast corner of the intersection should have a through right-  hand turn to go to Porpoise Bay, the  same as the southeast corner.'  ���The pavement on each side of the intersection should be lined up instead of  tapering off to the one side as it is on  West Porpoise Bay Road and Highway  101.  ���The stop   on the northeast comer  .should be excluded' in order to allow  ferry traffic to proceed through without  interruption.  ��� ���Failing item three, then the flashing  amber and red light should remain and  all stops .be excluded. , '  Aid. Ernie Booth moved with a second by Aid. Nprm Watson that the department of highways plan be adjusted according to the list as suggested. It was  carried. ���  Building inspector Roy Taylor is authorized to attend the inspector's annual  conference May 8 to 10 in Cranbrook.  Taylor's trip wil^cost    Sechelt village  ��� $150. '     1  ,  E. Hauka's bid of $500 to wire the  house at the Sechelt-Gibsons airstrip be  awarded.  Due to the lack of a planner, council  tabled the zoning amendments and planning business until April 15. Doug Roy,  B.C. land surveyor, will act in the role  of village planner.  Village will propose a joint meeting  with the Sechelt Indian band May 2 or 9.  Marriage is popular because it combines the maximum of temptation with  the maximum of opportunity.  ^^Jgg_-l<1yiJLM|g W "B�� ���iiiij"^'i I'aiiaii ��� i,ji_ii_. .Hum ipffflpjuoaumpH^- _-.  ���������"---"-��� ������..-.a-t-.-^-t^-am-.-x ^-aa'wwf..., ...r B|| ���_.--_,,1, ,---frp-r;  MINI  BUS fund cot a $500 boost The fund is right on its $100 daily  when Mrs. Gladys Ritchie, president target, said Lewis. A used article and.  of the ladies auxiliary to the Sechelt bake sale is planned in the old Legion  Canadian Legion   branch presented . Hall, Sechelt on May 4. Anyone hav-  transportation committee chairman ing items to donate are invited to  John Lewis with a cheque, for $500. phone: 885-2539, 885-2060, 886-7991 or  Last week, the men's section of the 883-2745.  Legion donated $1,000 to the fund. ^   Gibsons auxiliary . . .  ay Fiesta Smorgasbord  planning, well under way  GlBSONS~Planning is under way an  -preparation for Gibsons auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital annual May Fiesta Smorgasbord and dance, May 4, it was reported  at- the unit's April meeting at the health  centre. President Jean Longley chaired  the meeting.   ���<  Grace Jamieson, food convenor, outlined the menu which promises to be  very tasty. There will be lots of- good  'food and dancing to the music of the  Ped Kings. Tickets are ^ii.._ale at Kay  {Butler's Realty'and Don's Shoe Store or  phone Vi Harris at 886-2549/ - ,  A "no smoking" sign will be posted in  the hospital auxiliaries Thrift Shop on  Cowrie Street, Sechelt, reported Oney De  Camp, Gibsons hospital auxiliary repre  sentative.  Members working in the shop have  requested that smokers refrain from  using cigarettes, pipes and cigars while  browsing in the store.  The hospital auxiliaries regional conference will be hosted by the Royal Columbian Hospital Auxiliary in New Westminster-May 14. Any auxiliary members  interested  in attending . should  contact  Mrs. Longley at 886-7794.  ,..J Bridge  nights,  held    on the fourth  month, continue'to be very' popular. Glad-  die Davis and Alameda  Whiting,  convenors, reported .a good turnout to the'  last bridge night,.March 25.'First prize  was won by Vi Harris and Ivy'St. Denis;-  second went to Ed and Louise Dorey and  the door prize to Ken Barton.  F. G.  ASSOCIATES LTD*  MANUFACTURERS OF  Fowler Modular Homes &  Summit Prefabricated Homes  6630 . \4AtU Streot, Surrey, &,C.  P.O. Box 40  TELEPHONE 594-5477  FOR FREE BROCHURES  pnwiiaiaiaf Wamiai  mmmmmmamammmmmmmaiicnummmmtcmmnmaaaammmaaaaaaaamiKmaaaaaaaammammanaamaamaamaK  hmm  of tUjtehrictiqtt  : 7'      TO FJ.T ���"''���.'  EVERY BUDGET FROM  .em P��Wriis  jrloorcovennaA  ���LTD,       ���'  Gibsons    O    806-7112  .. fa- Carpot8,^fa.,.TIIos.,m..M,,  fa Linoleums fa Drapes  p'j..-- ' :-. .'..���.���t ui...';.r.ir.a.,;':���j'j_a:.;;;,.':,:,"..,i  9 a,m, to 6 p.m, Tuos. - Sat.  ���CU05EO MONDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  Wo NOW HAVE A NEW SHOWROOM IN SECHELT  located In tho now off Icon ot Trail BaylDosIgn  at tho traffic light O  Phono 886*2713 The Peninsula Times  aaaaamaaaamanaaxaMMawkaaaaanaaaaaaaatnmanr.  I  !  ~  Use   them    for _ steady,. _ low-cost |  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  /  Classified AdBriefs reach more than  2,500 homes every week.  THE TIMES  885-96S4 or 885-2635 (Sochdt)  886-2121 (Gibsons)  an����ir��n��im-��--��-aa.��ara����i_��tM��_  Why don't the village fathers do something about the water which daily runs  across the sidewalk at the Shall station  on Cowrie? When a person walks down  the street with open-toed sandals;, ybu  get'soaking wet  "And what constitutes sidewalk and  station properly? Cars are parked so that  one has to walk either on the road or  beside the pumps at times."  She has a couple of more why don't  VICTORIA BOUND were these grade \,nnv,  _.nf>TTn.  5 and 6 students, at Roberts Creek 1�� j^tl* L*^__# /Ir.^^  Elementary School. The students, 9  Arena grant delayed  under teacher Will Bulmer, made a ���from page A-i  theys? which will have to wait until next   four-day pilgrimage <to the capital and open to the public.  time. city. While there they toured the par-  ,���       "    *,_   *    / liament bulildings with Don Locb-  We still didn't hear from our anony-     t.   -^^. unfortunately the legis-  ��m7don>;*t��jSr*�� silly local. They also visited Sealand  the Wax  'muscle boys endless racing back and forth   Museum and the provincial museum  McNevin also said he is opposed to the  bills and because of the borrowing costs  of operating the arena will increase/ 'It  means that there will Have to be more  curling and less skating because curling  is what pays the expenses," he said.  In the meantime, work is going ahead  Sechelt.arena because it is not centrally,    on the arena with steel being erected. If  located and "If it's not a rip-off for real'   there is "no money to pay the contractor,  While in Victoria, the students were  billeted with local families. The children raised the funds for the tour  last fall and winter. Adults driving  the students were Mr. and Mrs.  Bulmer, Mrs. C. Gilker and Mr. and  ouxire ��i ��.��_... ��.<_ Mrs. Norm Belanger. Bulmer is pic-  th^'demandTfOTli'iide   tared upper right holding his chil-  between Gibsons and Halfmoon Bay? One  evening the same three cars passed me  eight times���four up and four down-  weaving in and' out of ferry traffic."  Why don't they put a stop to-the  high school kids' endless hitch-hiking to  avoid .using the school bus (apparently  beneath' their dignity). Some of them are  so aggressive in  they will eventually cause a serious accident."  Now hitch-hiking is becoming a problem. And they're becoming selective. One  person who is not going to give hitchhikers rides anymore said that when he  stopped for one recently, he was asked  where he was going and when it wasn't  the right destination, (the ferry) the hitchhiker said, "no thanks."  And how about the hitch-hikers that  sit along the road and lift a thumb. I've  seen some reading and not even look  up but their thumb goes up. And what  about the ones with dogs, or a,couple of  kids? They expect a lot  I digress. Back to Why Don't They?  "Why don't they stop jay walking in  Sechelt? Some days there are more people wandering across the road than there  are on the sidewalk."  ���      ���      ���  Thought for the day: In these days of  wimzlib, does one write Ms. Jppi, or  Mrs. Ippi?  PS, Don't forget, Good Friday is a.  holiday and most stores on the Coast  will be closed. School will be out Friday  and Monday as will government offices.  differed from those caused by other fac          _  ., .. Notice in a village hall:, "Will the tore- Thumbsuckers showed a narrowing    j^ ^e ^n>t ^'^ ^y "m0ney" to pay  individual who borrowed a ladder from ��* both'tipper and lower dental arches    them," Watson told The Times. '"-  the caretaker last month kindly return and   outward deformation   of   the  jaw Nelson said that if the loan is delayed  same immediately, otherwise further steps parte holding the incisors. in  being  approved  it will  mean  that  will be taken." * ���Canadian Dental Assn.    money will have to be borrowed to pay  dren, Shannon and Kellei.  Dental Topics  BABIES who suck pacifiers will usually  havestraighter teeth than those Who  suck their thumbs or fingers, according  to a group of University of Toronto dental scientists.  Children of five age groups were studied at the Burlington, Ont. Orthodontic  Research Centre over 19 years. Children  who sucked ptheir thumbs and fingers  were found more likely to have crooked  teeth. And the amount of displaced teeth  varied with the intensity and duration  of the habit. -  However, those children who stopped  sucking their thumbs before the age of  ��� six years, had no more than a normal  prevalence of crooked teeth.  Those- who were allowed pacifiers  were less than half as likely to' have  crooked teeth as those who used teething  rings, or had no pacifiers.  The Canadian scientists, led by Dr.  Prank Popovich, Burlington, found that  displaced teeth caused by thumbsucking  estate developers it's at least a good spin-'  off."  He was critical of the water line to  serve the area which run through new;  developments. It must be at .least a six-'  inch line and that's costly to install.  "This  whole problem' boils down to  one man's obsession," Watson said .refer-. *  ring to McNevin. \.  "What's the difference between Se^  chelt's arena and Gibson's arena. There is>  going to be a hell of a lot more public'  use in ours, than the Gibsons arena.".  Watson said that both arenas are selling  public debentures and seeking public rec- ;  reational grants.  It was announced last week by Gary  McDevitt of the Gibsons Winter Club that  approval in principle was given for $50,000  recreational grant."  McNevin said that he intends to look  into the Gibsons'project as well.  "However, they never tired to sell  the project on the fact that it would be  open to the public. Also, there is not  as much money involved.  "Have you ever'been able to determine how much the Sechelt project is,  worth?" he asked.  Watson said that the village's $200,000 -  borrowing bylaw,  which received three  readings and then was sent to Victoria for  approval, is still in Victoria.  The bylaw is being, held up, Watson  suggested.  "These things can be sent through in  no time," he added, "but it's being held'  up through red tape and bureaucracy."  Watson said the borrowing bylaw is  necessary under the act and then it is  forgiven. -  NO MONEY  Bills will be coming in about 10 days  Nimpkish' Construction, 'the ��� firm  will  have to sue the village, it Was suggested.  ' "If such action comes to pass, said Watson, it would also make the government  responsible, "because the municipality is  a ward of the government."  As of The Times' Sunday deadline, the  village and the recreation association had  no lease agreement as requested by the  provincial government,  If the grant is approved, it would be  available on the following basis: 45 per  cent upon certification that the project  is 50 per cent complete and the final 10  per cent when the project is certified  finished. *���=-  ' Watson said that the project will cost  between $450,000 and $500,000 and the  provincial recreational grant is one third  ,or about $160,000. The federally financed  winter works grant is 100 per cent of  labor if the work is completed before  May 31. That should amount to about  $100,000. Debenture sales have raised  about $50,000. There have been some  donations and grants of materials including about $8,000 of fill from ,the Sechelt  Indian band.  WATER colours by Mary Reynolds, dogwoods and other florals, also scenes  from Salt Spring Island and Howe Sound.  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  MORE   ABOUT... "'  �� OFY grant assured  ���from -page A-l  lets, under supervision of the health authorities, and fence off area's for crowd  control.  Once the track is completed, the club's  membership is expected to rise from the  present 15 enthusiasts.  On the -mainland, CMA sanctioned  meets attract as many as 200 spectators.  With a little support from the community,  Purchason feels the local track can prove  as successful.  TOTEM CLUB  AYS, 8:00 p.m.  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO GO  fa DOOR PRIZE fa  Highway 101, yatieirat&sm% ��7883-2377  L^ah  u VVeehend  i < . ��� .p    ......   .  Newton  Carlsberg has long been the world's most exported Lager beer, Now  Carlsberg, the glorious beer of Copenhagen, Is brewed right here  In British Columbia, And because it's now browed here, you can  enjoy Carlsberg fresh from the Pre .ycrv.  Carlsberg.'. .brewed with all the skill awl tradition of Denmark to  the taste of Canadian beer drinkers. 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SKIRTS  Brushed denim mini skirt* with patch pock-  SJrffi^ 5��ff  LONG DRESSES  Full lenoth backlois dretto* in bright cot-  St^i6''^__^^8.99  SWEATER VESTS  Soft acrylic tvroater yo��t�� with  m  Affi  popular deitgn* In allotted ilxet A ���i*'/' ���  NIGHTIES  Silky baby doll nightie, 100% nylon In fem-  lei   Inlne ityle*  and color* ......'���*���  '��� and  MISSES'  NlGHTGC^  Moppet nlghtaovrni, 100%  nylon, In full  knoth, .I.e. 7 to 14 ��M%  CASTER EGG BUNT  Sunday, April 14th ~, 10 a.m.  Hackott Park, Secholt  amaaaaammaaaammaaaammmmmmm  in |i|ii|| ||i|i|ii ii ii i|i|i|i|i i|i|l|n Mi j in i|| |i Ii, i i, | ll i l|i {i|| i|i i|i V11 iii 11 i|i|i I i|i i W111 ii i |i in, i| ,| i,;;i 11 iji l,i i| 111 i|i 111 ii i|i|i,i 11| 1111,| i ,1 w 1111 i|i 111|| 111 i|i || |i 11 jl,i|i ii| i i,i i|i|, i|i |,l 11 i  7 ih1,'; I,. >b^mm*mm*#m^e*m^^ ,7 7 '^'.  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Hall,  April 25, 1974, 7:30,p.m.  10090-22  BIRTHS    ' ,  GIBSONS AND S-CHDLT  WHSTGttN DRUGS  ... sib pvMssod to opoflsor tho  Bhrtb Aesoanctanont apace, sod  c-teadb Best JWbhes to tho trappy  . (NSKfite.  , ,   ,   i  MR. and Mrs. Clive McKay  wish to announce the birth  of a' son, Graig Stephen McKay, at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt on April 6th, 1974.  10152-20  Wedding Announcements  JOAN Ellen Blomgren and  James Peter Rigby are pleased to announce their forthcoming marriage. Wedding and  reception to take1 place Saturday, May 4, 1974 at the home  of Reverend Jim Williamson,  Gibsons, B.C. 10197-20  CARDS OF THANKS  I WOULD like to thank .Tom  Robilliard and members of  the Sechelt Volunteer Fire  Department for their prompt  response and excellent job of  controlling the fire at "Wild-  wood." Thanks also to Dave  Doig and Cecile Marshall and  to all who offered their assistance, with very special thanks  to Mike Jackson for his continued support during this very  difficult period.���Margo Doig.  10177-20  I WOULD like to thank all  my many friends and relations for their cards, flowers  and visits and also a very  special thanks to the doctors,  nurses and staff of St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt,. for their  kind attention during my recent illness.���Mrs.' R. E. Bernard. 10188-20  WE would like to express our  sincere gratitude for all the  kindness and encouragement  from our many , friends and  relatives to our father and husband, the late Donald Tyson.  Special thanks 'to LCiU.! and  the blood donor clinic. Also  Drs. Hobsohj Paetkau, and  Swan and the entire medical  staff; of St. Mary's, Hospital.,,  Our v" deep gratitude ; to - Rev.  David Brown and Rey. Dennis  Morgan.��� Winn Tyson and  Family. 10086-20  THE Tyson family wishes to  ���' thank the entire staff of St.  Mary's Hospital for the care  and consideration given our  Mother Winn Tyson While a  patient there and for the kind  messages and flowers from  relatives and friends. Special  thanks to Drs: Inglis and  Mountain, and to Rev. David  Brown., 10085-20  P0RSONAL  OPENING Friday; April 12th,  The Restaurant, Hjalfmoon  Bay Hwy. 101. L u n c h e s and  snacks 11 a.m.- - 4 p.m., gourmet dinners 6-10 p.m. ��� Phone  885-9091.        ...   7        10199-20,  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 p.m. Thuis-  .. days, Wilson: Creek Community Hall. Phone 885-9327.��� In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. Phone 883-  2401.   I-' , ' 3952-tfn  BAHA'   IS  Believe   In   . ,   7  one  God;  The Oneness of  Mankind; Independent Investigation of Truth. 885-9450 or,  880-2Q78. ,    0973-tfn  TUTORING in math, chemistry and other subjects. Reasonable rates. Call Judy Lan-  dis, 885-2708. 10127-21  LOST  SMALL   red   change jmrse,  7,  Trail Bay Shopping Centrb.  Phone   885.2002,       ,'10100-20  WORK WANTED ~\  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House nnd garden mnlnten-.  ance, Rubbish removal. Tree  cutting, oto. Free estimates  Glbsona to Socholt. Also flro^  ,.,��place,, wood,,,for,, sale,,.JIB pen:  load delivered. Phono Norm,���  080-0503. 00��3-tfnN  FOR nil your carpentry rieoda,  call A. Shcppard Contract-  Ing at 88BT207Q,     , ,    3703-tfn  PAINTING, tiling nnd {{onioning,  etc. 'Reasonable  rates,  Phono 003-2772. 10003-21  WORK WANTED (Con*.)       Pa*e A-6-Fen.nsuld Times, Wednesday, April 10, 1974    Wanfed Jo Rerrf (donH||ued)    UyEsTOCK (Continued)  CONCRETE septic tanks, foot ,���  ���ings . and   foundations,   retaining , walls,   etc.   885-2188,  call after 6 p.m. 9760-21  GARDENING,   tree   pruning,  garden clean up, lawn maintenance, cutting and trimming.  885-2769   (Randy).  -   10048-21  FISHING rod repairs. Custom  . work. Reasonable. Ph. 885-  9750. 10075-21  HELP WANTED  INTERESTED in newspaper  work? The Peninsula limes  is looking for "a woman for  advertising sales and related  duties in the Gibsons area.  Must be self-starter, bright  personality, interested in" people and in the progress of this  fast-developing ��� ., community.  Good opportunity for the light  person. Phone Mr. Proctor,  885-2635 for appointment.  9765-22  ASSISTANT  BUILDING INSPECTOR  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District requires the services  of a suitably qualified person  to fill the position of Assistant  Building Inspector as soon as  possible, ,  The qualifications required for  this appointment include several years -experience covering all aspects1 of administration, plan checking and zoning  as related to this function, a  comprehensive knowledge of  the current National Building  Code and B.C. Plumbing Code  is essential, previous Municipal  experience while desirable is  not mandatory.  Remuneration payable will be  commensurate with experience  and is open for negotiation  plus "additional "fringe benefits.  All applications or enquiries  from    interested    candidates  should be directed to:  The Secretary-Treasurer,  Sunshine Coast Regional  District  P.O. Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone: (604) 885-2838  8893-20  ���  EX P ERIENCED     hairstylist,  full   or   part   time,   Phone  885-2339. 9783-tfn  j FULL or part time cooks, married women preferred, some  experience or willing to learn.  Apply   Peninsula   Drive    In,  Sechelt. 10234-20  MALE or female, taxi drivers.  Class 4 licence" required'Ph.  885-2251. 10114-21  PART time Girl-Friday with  shorthand and typing for  small office. Must have pleasant personality, good telephone voice and be flexible  enough to handle a varied  work load. 20 hrs. a week.  Ph.  885-2325. 10176-20  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone:   885-9654  or  885-2635.    Gibtona. 886-2121  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River  News  Town  Crier  .Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30, 1973  Gross' Circulation 4446  Paid   Circulation  3894  As filed with the Audit Bureau  of Circulation,  subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  >ie Insertion $1.20  Three Insertions _. ' $2.40  Extra lines (4 words) 35c  (This rate 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'40c  per count lino.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In Mem-  oriam, Marriage and Engagement  notices are $4.00, (up to 14 lines)  and 35c per line after that. Four  '  - words per line.  Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  regular classified rates.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area   Outside Local Area  U.S.A -  Overseas  Senior Crtixenc,  ���  LocalArea   Single Copies   __$7.00yr.  ..$8.00 yr.  .,$10.00 yr.  $11.00yr.  .$6.00  ._15e  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a wrong price,' jodds or services may not be sold ond the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell, and, may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion_pf the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for, but the  balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all-display advertising and  other material appearing in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law.  _.GARAGE ��� between   Langdale  and Gibsons year round. Ph.  885-9372.      10098-22  BACHELOR, wishes   to   rent  small house or cabin, Sechelt district preferred. 885-9984.  10055-21  PETS  'WANTED  homes for kittens.  Ready in six weeks. Phone  883-9052. 10146-22'  WANTED  a  horse,  must  be  gentle. Phone 883-9052.  10145-22  1    YEAR   old   black   Setter,  spayed,' loves children, free  to good home. Phone 885-2753.   10180-20  4* CUTE   grey  part   Persian,  part   Siamese  kittens,  need  good homes.   Phone   885-2031.  10184-20  RABBITS, Easter bunnies and  " pedigree "breeding stock for  sale. Ph. 886-9646.       10185-20,  2    HORSE   trailer   for   rent.  Cunningham's.   Phone   885-  9927. 3340-tfn  LAYING hens, 1 year old, 25  -"only, $2.25 each. 885-2710. '  10129-tfn  REAL ESTATE  LIVESTOCK  FOR RENT (Continued)  SHELL  SERVICE  station  in  Halfmoon Bay. Phone  885-  9311.  10110-tfn  HALL for rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Marg Pearson, 885-2337.  3246-tfn  MODERN   1   bedroom, suite,  W-W,    elec.    fridge,   stove,  heat. Separate meter, sep. entrance,  $165.  Phone  886-2415.  10096-20  ONE bedroom ' deluxe suite,  W-W, drapes, fridge, stove,  heat included. No children, no  pets. Avail. 1st of .May. $165  month. Ph. 886-7112. 10087-tfn  EXPERIENCED chef with  enmp cooking and baking  experience requires work.  Ilofa, available, Phono 111)0-  OlBfl.    ,        10100-20  WILL butcher,  drcsa  or cut  your meat  or  game,  your  placo or mlno. Phono 803-0040.  3044-tfn  PEERLESS   T)rc(5.���, Services���  Guaranteed   insured   work,  Phono  885-2100, lfll)7-tfn  ' R X P E RIENCED    gardener,  Lawn enro,  planting,  roto-  tllllng,  hedges, general clean  upr683-2S7&���-���10048.8.  FURNACE   installation*!   ��nd  burner  servico,   Free   estimates.  Ph,  000-7111,      30-tfn  GENERAL   ftnndymnn.    Carpentry, painting nnd    light  hauling. Ph. 0000510. 2285-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  SINGLE man desires self-contained suite or house in central Sechelt area.' 885-2251.  10056-21  YOUNG  working   couple,   no  children,  wish   one   or two  bedroom home in Pender Harbour area. Call Rick 883-2332.  10093-20  THE BEACHCOMBERS  ARE BACK!  , . . and we need accommodation.    Contact   Joe   Battista,  P.O.    Box " 4600,    Vancouver  V6B 4A2 or call 684-0246.  8813-tfn  CHICKS ��� dual purpose ���  Paymaster, Rhode Island,  Red Cross, White Leghorns,  White Rocks. Ship anywhere.  Napier Hatchery, 22470, 64th  Ave., RR 7, Langley, 534-6268.  ���        3769-tfn  Come in and see our new  Tack display . . .  QUALITY  FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  Garden Seeds - Seed Potatoes  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE   886-7527   8826-tfn  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.   258-tfn  BRUSHWOOD   Farm,  R.R.  1,-  ���  Gibsons. Quarter horse stallion  at stud.  Phone  886-2160.  4145-tfn  75x295 LOT on Nickerson. Rd.  W.   Sechelt.   R2  zoned.   All  services.    $8000.   Phone    885-  9655. 9930-17 *  YOUR AUTOPLAN  CENTRE  K. BUTLER REALTY LTD.  All Types of Insurance  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  886-2000  or 886-9121  SAKINAW LAKE retreat: 90'  sandy beach. Fully furnished  log cabin, your own boat float.  $27,500.  SELMA PARK: Small 3 bdrm  cottage conveniently located.  Near beach and transportation.  Attached carport. $13,500.  Terms too!  REDROOFFS ROAD: Large,  view corner lot in desirable  location. $8,500 cash.  Approx. % ac. with unobstructed view at Langdale.  Only $16,000.  LISTINGS   WANTED! .  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  Norm-Peterson 886-2607     -  Freda DuMont 886-7105  8887-19  LEVEL   treed   lot,   103',x401\  On   all   services.   Driveway  in. $13,500, terms. Phone (112)  826-9208. 4038-tfn  WANTED: 2-10 acres preferably with home. Cash. Write  particulars, PO Box 429, Port  Alice, B.C. 10054-21  WANTED TO BUY���% to 20  acres, Sechelt to Pender  Harbour area.' Write Larry  Seaba: 1074 Monserate Ave.,  Chula Vista, California 92011.  Have  local representative.  10011-22  AVON  Is Housework As Dull  As Dishwater?  Get but of the house and become an ; Avon Representative. Meet lots j of new people,  and enjoy earning money for  all the extras you need. Call  885-2183.after 4 p.m.   8869-tfn  AIRPORT resident - caretaker  ' ���for particulars writ Elphinstone Aero Club', Box 765,  Gibsons. p!0042-tfn  RECEPTIONIST   for    dental  center in Gibsons. Must be  experienced.   Phone   886-702Q. ���  p    10088-2fn  YOUNG  man  for part  time '  garden   help.   Phone   885-  2254. 10018-21  WOMEN wanted for taxi dispatch  and  answering service. Phone 885-2251. , 10113-21  INSTRUCTOR     for     Pender  Harbour Swim Club,, July.  Red Cross instructors cert, required. . Phono' 883-2740,  10180-20  REQUIRE periodic pervices of  competent residential construction Ofltlmator. Reply,Box  10073 c-o Peninsula Times,  Box 310, Socholt,        10074-21  -MORTGAGES----������~  MORTGAGE Money available  ��� If you wish to buy or build  your own homo, Up to 05%  of the appraised value under  certain conditions,! Call In and  (llacuafl your rcqulremonta.  Bank of Montreal, serving the  entire. Sunshine Connt. ,  10220-20  fa������ w-,_.,>,y-w-.uii ,i mm, ���i.i ��l����iw,.i.l���aaw.liMw^"  ht AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential  -  Commercial  Recreational  All typos of real estate financing Including builders loans,  Fast appraisal service,  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  ��� ���CORPrUTD.���- r-  2438  Marino  Drlvo,  '  West Vancouver, B,C,  Phono 020-3250  0227-tfn  FOR RENT      ''  MAPLE Crcscnt Apts., 1000  School Rond, Gibsons, 2 bedroom (suites, cablevision. parking. Clloso to schools ana shopping, Reasonable rent. Ph. 1)80-  7830, 10083-tfn  MBM8ER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  BOX 749, SECHELT, B.C.  ESTATES  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  SECHELT RESIDENTIAL LOTS  BEHIND HACKETT PARK  Within one mile of Shopping Centre, Schools, Hospital ond  Beach, Over 60 lots available for $8,000 to $10,0-00 ea,  WATERFRONT COTTAGE  Mission Point. Dominion Lease. Approximately 600 sq. ft. Large,  level treed property. One bedroom, w/w carpets in living room,  combination   kitchen  and  dining   room.   $15,000.   Terms.   Call  ���  ��� Jack or Stan Anderson.  TREED R2 LOT  Cleared site  for mobile  home,  serviced.  Doug> Joyce.   -  F.P.   $8,950.00.  Call  .   17 ACRES - VIEW  Middlepoint location, Zoned R3,. road through property. Approximately  470'  highway  front.   Many view  building   sites.   Ideal  for subdivision into  %  acre lots.   $39,000.   F.P.  Call  Jack or  Stan Anderson,  TRAILER LOT - WEST SECHELT  90'x2O5' on Wakefield Road, Fully serviced, year round "creek,  good soil,  partially, cleared,  F.P.  $12^000. Call  Stan or Jack  Anderson.  2*4 ACRE VIEW  2 bedroom  near new home.  Roberts Creek near Flume  Road.  Highway  frontage.   $29,000.'00.  Call  Jack or Stan  Anderson.  REDROOFFS ROAD AND AREA  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  Fully landscaped lot,  3 bedroorr) no basement home, fireplace,  wall-to-wall carpet, storage area/ only one year old. $39,900. To  ,      view call  Suzanpe  Van   Egmond,   885-9693,    '  ���'....���..��...;��� 7......   ,.;   REDROOFFS ESTATES     ,  New 2 bedroom! cottage on large treed proporty. Some view.  Large sundeck, Full price $20,000. Call Doug Joyce,;  '������.,  MASON ROAD - WEST SECHELT  Two bedroom, 720 sq, ft. cottage on  % acre of land, Some  trees, easy access, close to primary school, full prlco $18,500,  ' Call Jack or Stan Anderson, ���.  ,,'REDROOFFS'STATES  Largo treed properties, approx. Vz acre. Zoned R2, trailers allowed. Paved roads, close to Sargeant Bay. Hot fishing spot, Priced  from $6,250. Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  _ ' '     in������. ������ii.,i-..i���wi ���in,-,.!., .i- i.     '.ii,  ',     ,    .    LOT - REDROOFS ,.,',. .7..7..:..  Exceptional recreational lot; 100'x250,'. F.P, $6,850. Call Dave  ���',,''      .'Roberts,   ,   .  ,WEST SECHELT  243' on Nor West Bay Road, R2 zoned property. Treed, Trailers  allowed, Full price $9,500, Call Doug Joyco,.  WEST SECHELT -OWN YOUR OWN SHACK  Two bedroom shock on a nlco large lot, cornor of Mason and  Nor West Bay Road.p Zoned R2, treed, good garden soil, Asking  only $13,500, Call Len or Suzanno Van Egmond,  885-2241>  p 885-9683. , (Also one at $9,900.)  ACROSS FROMHACKETT PARK ���'. SECHELT  Largo, treed lot In nlco residential aroa. All now homos, fully  serviced. Asking $10,300,00; Call Suzanne Van Egmond,  885-9683.  GOWER POINT VIEW LOT  % aero of treed privacy with all  sorvlcos,  Future subdivision  potential. F,P, $12)000.00, Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  5 ACRES - KING ROAD, GIBSONS  Heavily treed land with farm potential, Powor on tho site. Gazetted road on ono side partially In, A good, buy at $21,500, Call  Stari or Jack Anderson. >  LEASE - COMMERCIAL  BUILDING  Socholt Village, 3,6(^3 sq. ft,   $550,00 por month  ront,  Call  Ed Bakor.     ,      , ,   "  ",.   ' WEST SECHELT  Vlow, Mobile Homo. 2 bedrooms, handy location, close to boach,  . R2 zoned proporty. Ideal for rotlromont or summer uso. Asking  $22,000;; good torrhs, 9%;'"'1(3dHy''poss<)5s|bW^'Cal^,,'Do���Uo'"^o'yco^,���  ��� ���'���' SELMA PARK  lQ0'x|35' trood lot. No wator as yott Good holding proporty,  Full prlco $6,500, Coll Jack or Stan Andorson,  SELMA PARK ' '     '   '  2 bodroom cottcjgo, largo kitchen, stovo and frldfio Included. Cozy  living  room.  Electric   heat.   Ideal  rotlromont,  Dominion  Loose,  F.P. $9850,00, Call Jack or Ston Andorson,  DAVIS BAY VIEW'  Now 3 bodroom full basoment, Largo IMofl room With rich wall-  to-wall carpets, Doublp plumbing, many extras, Oasomonr, Ideal  for futuro development, Largo vlow proporty, Priced In Low 50's,  Call Jack or Stan Anderson,  TROUT LAKE AREA - 21 ACRES  Approximately 1 mllo highway front. Trood, Zonod 5 acre holdings. F.P. $52,000^_Cal|^tan_orJack Andorson.   ,  WILSON CREEK  Excellent  vlow   lots   ovqlloblo   from   $7950,00   and   up,  ��� . '  "  WATERFRONT  Perfectp watorfront, N'at   Halfmoon  Bay  (10  mllos West  of  Socholt) Good  boach,   lots of oysters,  good  soil,  Small cabin  Included, Call  Davo Rbberls for further particulars,  -���  VILLAGE OF SECHELT ��� : ,  EXEC, SECHELT WATERFRONT  Near Now 2500 sq. ft. on two floors, Largo family Kitchen.  Loads of Cablnots, Dlshwashor, ronao and frldgo built-in,. Largo  son vlow, Living room wllh w/w carpets, Fireplace, Rich wood  ''panolllngt--En-iulto.'plumblng...off~mattor'.badroom.^Thl����l'iomo.  must bo soon to ba appreciated, 2 car goragp plus largo storage,  Uvcl trood landscaped property with your own sondy boach,  F,P, $97,500, Call Jack or Stan Anderson.  -^--����-��^^OTa-OR-CONK)MlNlUM*SITE^--^-^t-��-��  193' watorfrantago of good |ovo| land with unobstructed vlow,  i     Pobbla boach In front, $90,000 cash, Coll Ed Bakor,  ��� SECHELT RETIREMENT - $31,000, FULL PRICE  BOISE Cascade 12'x60' moblla homo on yM aero proporty, 2  badroom 10'xl28 living room w/Nv carpats. ,Stovo andfrldpa  Included, 20'x)2' carport plus 20'x6' workshop, M' deep freeze,  All on cement driveway, country atmosphere, garden lot, Owner  transforrod, Call Jack or Stand Andorson,  '     ���      ;���;���"���'       PENDER HARBOUR  Ovor 000' of cholco watorfront,  Pork like upland and pobbla  booch for swimming, Hot spot for fishing and boating, Excollont  for group Investment or sub-division, Call Suzanna Van Egmond.  805-9683  WEST SECHELT  Lovol lot, nlcoly trocd, Handy location In West Socholt,  Noar  school, trdllors permitted, R2 uonod, F,P,  $8,900,00, Coll Lon  or Suzanno Von Egmond, 005.9603.   ���,���..������      GOWER POINT - VIEW LOT  Grondvlow Road,  |02'x2QO', Road front on Grandvf6w"ond'''Plli  Street,  Subdivision possible,  F,P.  $12,000,  Call Jack or Stan  Anderson,  Davo Robert* Len or Suzanno Von Egmond Jock or Stan Anderson Ed Baker  Ev����. Pbon�� 005-97B5        Evei. Phono 885-9683   Evos, phono 885-2053 or 885-7.383   Eves, Phone 605-2641  Doug joyco  Eves, Ph, 005-Z053  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU-5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  HOME & SWIMMING.POOL ��� MADEIRA PARK  ���10'x33' mobile' home with well built 12'x33' addition - 2  BR's, W/W shag carpet, fireplace. 16'x32' pool with diving  board and ladder. Also an 8'x29' trailer, rented for $90 per  mth. Landscaped. Walking distance to school, P.O., stores and  marinas. $45,000.  SAKINAW LAKE  165' deep waterfront. 7 acres of treed property. Water access  only. $25,000  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units,  owner's 3-bedroom home, 8 sleeping rooms, restaurant ond  store (leased out). Standard Marine station, bait sales, floats,  launching ramp, 9 rental boats and 8 motors, camper space and  room for expansion. $250,000.  GARDEN BAY  , 1,542 sq. ft. 3 BR home with den, oil furnace, partial basement,  carport, landscaped lot. Lot could possibly be divided in two when  road and water comes through at the back. Close to marinas,  stores and post office. $43,000.  EGMONT WATERFRONT LOTS  Prime commercial corner property on 2 lots with approx.   128'  waterfront   and   361'   road   frontage.   Gas   pumps   and   small  garage. Excellent location for gas station and outboard marine  repair facilities (badly needed in the area). $36,000.  COMMERCIAL CORNER ��� EGMONT  Approx. 1 % acres of view property with 111' frontage on  Egmont Road and 637' frontage on Maple Road. Has older 2 BR  home, rented for $75 per month, small cabin (12x24) rented for  $20 per month. Lot could possibly be subdivided into several lots.  $47,500.  HIDDEN BASIN - NELSON ISLAND  Approx. 2,000' sheltered, deep waterfront, low bank shoreline,  several beaches and bays on approx. 11.3 acres of beautifully  treed property, with small creek. Furnished one BR cottage,  furnished guest cottage, workshop, woodshed, well and pump-  house, 4 boats, 2 motors, trail bike, garden tractor, numerous  tools and equipment, float. An excellent buy at $80,000.  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK.���view'lots, serviced with water and hydro,  $8,000 and $9,800.  2. NARROWS ROAD���cleored building lots, $10,000 & $11,000.  ���approx. % acre, flat land, excellent view. $29,500  3. IRVINE'S LANDING���view lot, fairly level. $10,500.;  4. MADEIRA PARK���commercial lots - $16,000���arid $20;000.  5. EARL COVE ��� level commercial lot on corner of Jervis Inlet  Road and Highway 101. $11,000.  KLEINDALE  1. Approx. 8 acres with creek, 535' frontage on Hwy. 101  $25,000.  2. Adjoining approx. 20 acres, $35,000.  3. Approx. 10% acres, small creek through property, approx.  700' frontage on Garden Bay Road - good for possible subdivision.  $30,000.  ���    WATERFRONT HOME���-EGMONT  Very large 4 BR home, approx. 244' waterfront on 3 separate  lots. Float. Excellent for a group purchase.' $105,000.  GUNBOAT BAY  Approx.   15  acres of  privacy,  675'  choice '��� waterfront, ��� Nicely  treed,   southern  exposure,   small . cottage,   Water  access  only.  , $77,000.     ....  NEAR MADEIRA PARK       ,  Approx,' 2% acres of ylew property on  Hwy,  101. .$25,000,:  '. ,-  '������'���������- s   ' .,'     ���      , *  EGMONT ;  . "   , ' ���' ' '     '  Approx. 3/5 acre lot with 550' on Maple Road ������ level, treed,  Good location for a summer cottage or mobile home, Close to  Egmont Marina. $10,500. '  ,     WOOD BAY  1, Approx. 21   acres of nice view property with approx, 630'  frontage on Hwy.   101  - $33,000.  2. 11.79 acres of vlow proporty, with 330' frontage on Hwy. 101  _..._���_. .......     $20,000/ ,  adjoins above  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx, 170' lakofrpnt on 7.11 acros, 3 BR cottage plus 2 rooms  In partial basomont, Flroplaco, Propdno frldgo, range and lights,  Sundeck, patio and float, $36,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA     ��� (  Approx.  37 acros,  partially developed  with approx,  3.900'  of  primary   constructed,   Possible   86   lot   subdivision.   $150,000.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful sottlno, serviced with pavp��d road, wat��r and hydr*.  Public accaii to waterfront, Closn to stores, marinas and post  offlco, $6,000 to $9,500,  7^DErKTP>^l<'*'STOR:E"^  Small general  store and qd|olhlng one  BR owner's homo  lh  conton of shopping area at Madoira Park, Approx. 100' frontago  on both Madeira Park Rd, and Hwy,   101, containing approfc*  1.09 acros. $50,000 plus stock. '<  IRVIN'S LANDING  Approx, 20 acros of vlow proporty - Ideal for mobllo homo pork  or condominium tlovolopmont - approx. 0Q0' bluff watorfront.  $125,000,  RUBY LAKE' COTTAGE  119' wat-rfrorit  lot   With  furnished cottaga .  ono  BR,  living  room-kltchon, bathroom with showor, acorn flroplaco, sundeck,  wator, hydro, float and canoo, Road accoss, $26,500, ,  CALL OLL.I OR JEAN SLADEY  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phono Pendor Harbour 883-2233  Vancouver Direct Lino 689-7623 REAL ESTATE (Coa't)  FOR  S&LE���View  lot,   West  ":Secheltr"56xl57*.: Fully serviced,  $9500.  Phone  885-2898.  10017-20  SAXTON REALTY  SUNSHINE COAST  Waterfront, near Sechelt, 1.14'  acres. 3 Bdrm bungalow ,solid-  ly built, plus small cottage,  presently rented. Small barn;  chicken house; plus 300.ft. of  floats approx: Foreshore lease  available. $79,750. BRIAN  MELLIS, 929-3037, office 929-  3416.  ROBERTS CREEK  Here is a good buy. 3 Bdrm  family home over 1,000 sq. ft.,  shake roof and cedar siding.  Ready for the family who  wants something special. 3  stall barn and feed shed and  corral. $33,500. Owner will  consider cash ��� and agreement  for sale. Spare lot available at  $7,500. Extra 66x198. BRIAN  MELLIS 929-3037, office 929-  3416.  8856-16  1.5 ACRES waterfront on  north side.. Skookumchuck  Narrows, Egmont. B.C. government residential lease $80 year.  New 2 b.r. cottage. Same finishing required. Spring on  property, $8,900. Ph. 883-9976  after 5. 10132-20  LANGDALE    .  Government Approved  Ready to subdivide and build  on - Potential 60 lot subdivision and 9 room home located  on 10.36 ocean view acres.  Owner will carry C.I.R. For  information phone:  826-2831  853-4811  530-1011  Mrs. Pat MacDonald  Canada Permanent Trust   8896-20  LANGDALE Heights���New 3  bedroom home for sale, YM-  CA Road. Close to ferry end  school. By builder. Phone 929-  4146. 10094-22  2 BEDRM. house, shake roof,  w-w carpet, h-w heat. Large  old' brick fireplace. Knotty  pine interior���tobemoved.  Offers. Ph. 886-7130.    10137-20  REAI  ESTATE (Coat.)  7    ROBERTS CREEK   7_  Waterside of Lower Road, between Joe and Bayview Rds.  Lots serviced with water and  paved roads. Easy beach ace-'1  ess. Ideal summer cottage or  residential site. Sign on.  CALL OWNER 886-7316  or write Box 9503', c-o Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  8875-tfn  HOPKINS Landing, 4 BR  house, by owner. Semi-waterfront, access to beach, safe  mooring. Phone 886-2492 after  6. 10108-tfn  When You Consider  Building . . .  Why not try the Westwood  Home Building Systems. Plans  available for complete home  packages. Modular homes and  custom planning. Most economical way to build under  present, day conditions. Call . .  COE ENTERPRISES LTD.  883-2761 or 883-2451  _  8885-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  LAKESIDE RESORT  On beautiful Hotel Lake. 6  rental units plus owner's quarters. Over 400' waterfrontage;  21 acres allows for expansion  to trailer, campers, etc. Asking $99,000; terms.  Level acreage with over 600'  road frontage; 208' deep. Possible 7 lots. 3 yr. old 2 bedrm  full basement home. Asking  $75,000; terms.  500' waterfrontage, deep moorage. 5 acres; approx. 200' BT  rd. frontage. New 2 bedrm  home. Salmon fishing from  your front door. Ideal group  investment or sub-divide. Asking $100,000.  JACK NOBLE  883-2701  Rochester Realty Ltd.  936-7292  8897-tfn  ���   ���  ���������.���aaaaaniaaaa tmiamam.m   niaa.aiaai. aaa.i laa  MACHINERY   MOVING���Must sell Case 530  backhoe and 1968 Fargo 1-ton  flatdeck. Phone Powell River  487-9603 after 6.  .      10149-22   ��__-_ :  MOBILE HOMES  LEGAL NOTICES (cont.)        LEGAL NOTICES (cent.)        AUTOS, TRUCKS (Ccsrt.)  11970- SQUIRE double wide, 3_  BR, utility room. Set up in  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park. For  information phone  886-7378. .      .      10123-21  AYERS   Mobile, Home   Park,  we have trailer space avail-'  able. Phone 885-2375.  9968-fln  BUY DIRECT  SAVE HUNDREDS  Truly, outstanding values in  late model family homes. Each  unit' beautifully carpeted ������ and  nicely equipped.  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  "* REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  GOWER POINT: One of this area's finest post & beam  homes, 4 bdrms. with ensuite plumbing, attractively  decorated, large livingroom, wall-to-wall carpet, has  feature brick fireplace with built-in fuel box. Futuristic kitchen has brick background, opening onto  dining area that has glass doors ito sundeck. Family  room has separate bar-room, utility room completes  this 1,900 sq. ft. of luxurious living. Property is 150x  175 and has a panoramic view of Georgia Straits.  Make an appointment to see this house now.  PRATT ROAD: 10 acres 325x1375. Bare Land, real  holding property/ $48,000*00,  HILLCREST:] yr. old ver} attractive hdme. Two or  three bedrooms. View, on large lot; $35,900.00.  GOWER POINT: New home, split level design. 3  bdrms, master bedroom has ensuite plumbing. Futuristic kitchen, complete new stove, fridge, dishwasher.  Dining-room, family room with F.P., and all W/W  carpet. Basement has Rec, room, roughed in plrpg.;  Double C/P. All on half acre lot. F.P. $58,000.00.  Mortgage available on this,'  SELMA PARK: Lovely well finished 2 bedroom home,  1%, years old. Immaculately finished. Wall-to-wall  carpets, LR with fireplace, dining room, utility, large  carport and workshop. Lots of closets, F.P, $26,000,  ,       Dominion Lease Land  LOWER ROAD: and HWY. 101: 8 acros treed sloping,  land, road allowance on, east side. $34,000.00.  i fawilianiiaai  a. i -na���l aana_.il ���'���nai I  600 ft, of waterfront in unique Hidden basin, Nelson  Island, one of the best protected harbours,on the  .    .'. coast. "������ '  '"',. ���  Beach Ave, 2 bedroom and baby room 1100 sq,. ft.  hbm_'2Vi yrsT olej. l^lgrtitlIIty and Kitchen and Iiving-  room. Very modern and situated on nlco lot with  close accoss to ocean and store. F.P. $36,500,  WATERFRONT: Sechelt Reserve Lease Land. Level  watorfront with oldor cabin on, could be remodelled.  Services available. $9,900.00.  NORTH ROAD: 5 acres, nice gradual sloping land,  has small shack on. F.P. $25,000.00  LOTS OF LOTS.wlth view, Airport Road, all services.  Priced $6,750.00 to $15,500,00,  URGE CORNER SITE: In Gibsons, 1.03 acros zoned  Multiple Dwelling,  ready for future development.  Details on request  REVENUE HOME! Control Glbspns-witb a vlow-of  Howe Sound, S/C sulto In basoment, Main floor has  owners quarters, extra largo kitchen with gas stove,  electric s>tovo, gas grill, dining room, T.V. viewing  room, sitting room, 2 stooping rooms, Upstairs has 2  sleeping rooms and housekeeping rooms,"showers and  toilets for all,  L I S T I NG'S     W A NTED  K, A. Crosby 886.2098  Mlka) Blonty 886-7436  J. VlMMir 806-2531  Don Sutherland 883-9362  "Suncoast Developments- Ltd.  plan to construct a mobile  home park on their property'  on Mason Road, Sechelt. The  homes will be served by a  sewer collection system and a  sewage treatment plant, and  the treated effluent will be  discharged into a ground, disposal system located within  the property. This * advertisement gives formal notice of  their application for a permit  under the Pollution Control  Act."  64x12, 3 bdrm.  60x12, 2 bdrm.  48x12, 1 bdrm.  50x10, 2 bdrm.  .Was Now  $9700. $7800  $8400. $6900  $7600. $6300  $5300. $4700  Easy Terms ��� Bank Interest  No. 5025 Call collect anytime  438-3541  GREAT PACIFIC  INVESTMENTS LTD.  5369 Kingsway, Burnaby  B.C.   Dealer   Certificate   8387  .  8876-20  64x12*   MELODY   with   8x20'  addition, $6995.  Phone 885-  2682. 10191-22  1967   SQUIRE   mobile  home,  12x50',    2    bedroom,    fully  furnished,  $7,800.  Phone  883-  2525 after 6 p.m.        10193-22  Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Park and,Sales  _wy. 101 Gibsons Ph. 886-9826  New models now on display:  12x66 Statesman ,3 BR, utility   room,   $13,000,   incl.   tax.  12x60 Satesman, 3 BR, shag  carpet in MBR and LR, $12,000  24x48 Embassy, twin-wide, 3  BR, fireplace, DR, dishwasher,  $19,700.  All models include 2 dr. frost  free fridges, deluxe ranges,  washers and dryers, custom-  made furniture, delivery and  complete set-up. All-taxes included, no hidden charges. No  extras to buy. 8844-tfn  47x10'     GUARDIAN    mobile  home, fully furnished and in  good condition throughout. Ph.  883-2720. 10178-20  DOUBLE WIDES  Delivered and set up on your  property, guaranteed to be accepted by municipality. Non-  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied. Also large selection of twelve  wides. For further information  Call Collect 525-3688  or 434-2120  May be viewed at 6694 Kings-  way, Burnaby  Member of the Western Mobile Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012   8877-tfn  12   YEAR  term  available   to  buy   CSA   Z-240 . approved  mobile    homes.    Bank    of  Montreal,   serving   the   entire  Sunshine Coast. 10227-20  MOTORCYCLES  1968 350  cc.  883-9933.  Yamaha. Phone  10016-20  LEGAL NOTICES  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estate of Ole Larson WOLD  oka Ole VOLD. deceased, late  of R.R. 1, Middle Point Road,  Halfmoon Bay, B.C. p  Creditors and others having  claims against the said estate  are hereby, required to send  them duly verified, to the  PUBLIC, TRUSTEE, 635 Burrard Street, Vancouver .1, B.C.,  before the 22rid day of May,  1974, after which date the no-  sets ot the said Estate will < be  distributed, having regard only  to claims that have been received.  CLINTON W.' FOOTE,  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  8895-pub. April, 10, 17,' 24 and  DEPARTMENT   OF   LANDS,  FORESTS,  AND WATER  RESOURCES  Water Resources Service  Pollution  Control Branch  APPLICATION FOR A  PERMIT UNDER THE,  POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT,   1967  (EFFLUENT)  This application is to be filed  with the ' Director, Pollution  Control Branch, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, .British  Columbia. Any person who  qualifies as an objector under  section 13 (2) of the Pollution  Control Act, 1967 may, within  30 days of the date of application, or within 30 days of  the date of publication in,The  British Columbia Gazette or  in a newspaper, or, where service is required, within 30  days of the serving of a copy  of the application, file with  the Director an objection in  writing to the granting of' a  permit, stating the. manner in  which he is affected. Those  who do not so qualify may file  with the Pollution Control  Board an objection in writing  under section 13 (6), in the  ��� same manner and time period  as described above.  1. I, Suncoast Developments  Ltd. of No. 1403, 1030 West  Georgia Street,' Vancouver 5,  B.C. hereby apply to the Director for a permit to discharge  effluent from mobile home  park located on Mason Road,  Sechelt, B.C. into a package  treatment plant and ground  disposal system.  2. The land upon which the  works are located is Lot 4,  D.L. 1310, C.P.I., N.W.D. as  shown on Plan 14132.  3. The discharge shall be  located at west portion of the  site.  4. The quality of effuent to  be discharged is as follows:  Average   annual   daily  discharge (Based- on operating  period)  10,000 Imperial gal.  Maximum    daily    discharge^.  12,250 Imperial gallons.  The operating period during  which the effluent will be'  discharged is continuous.  5. The characteristics of the  effluent discharged shall be  equivalent to or better than  BOD 45, suspended solids 60, ,  total solids 60, pH 8, temperature 60��.  6. The type of treatment to  be applied to the effluent be.  fore discharge is as follows:  sewage treatment plant,  screening, aeration, settling.  7. I, Eric i Willmott, Secretary-Treasurer hereby certify  that a copy of this application  has been received by the Regional    District    of    Sunshine  ���' Coast.'1 ,  ���      E.  Willmott;    '������'���������'    '  ���   Sunshine Coast Regional  ������'���'���   District ���  P.O.   Box   800,, Sechelt,  ���;.-..  b.c.  8. This, application, dated on  the 12th day of March, 1974,  was posted on the ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control, Regulations. ���  A; Mcbougall  'Sir William Halcrbw &  Partners (B.C.) Ltd.  8892-pub.  April 10,  1974,  "    APPLICATION7FOR A   -71  WATER LICENCE  _   ��� -���-WATER-ACT  (Section 8)  . 1, Stephen and Mary G."  Hodgson of R.R. 2, - Gibsons,-  B.C. hereby apply to the Comptroller of Water Rights for a ,  licence to divert and use water  out of Flume' Creek which'  flows south east and discharges  into Georgia Strait and- give  notice of my application to all  persons,, affected.   -    -  The point' of diversion will  be .located at 480 feet North  West of LP. at N.W; corner of  ��� property on Hanbury Road.  The quantity of water to be  < diverted is 1,000 gallons a day.  The purpose for which ^the -  water will be used is domestic.  The land on which the water  will be used is Blk. 3 of Lot,  1319 Gp. 1, N.W.D., PI. 12155  except PL 13785.  A copy of this application  was posted on the 30th January, 1974 at the proposed point  of diversion and on the* land  or mine where the water is to  be used and two copies were  filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Vancouver,   B.C.  Objections to this, application may be filed with the said  Water Recorder or .with the  Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victo-"  ria, B.C., within thirty days-of  the first day. of publication of  the application.  Steven H. Hodgson  8894-pub.   April  10,   1974.  AUTOS, TRUCKS. Ste.  ���71 ECONOUNE Super van,  200. 27,000 miles, 6 cyl., 3-  speed. Good all round condition, $2500. Ph. 885-2853 anytime. - 10136-20  MUST SELL: 1955 Buick, good  cond., needs some work, $75.  1967 Rebel, 40,000 mi. on  motor, ' good running cond.,  $500 or best offer. Phone 886-  2530. 10091-20  '73 4x4, FORD'S heaviest  ���F250. HD rear bumper, detachable trailer hitch, new  lug tires, steel pipe box sides.  Excellent condition, $4600. Ph.  886-2096. 10030-20  1966 TOYOTA Crown, good  condition, recently rebuilt  engine and transmission. New  paint, good gas' mileage. $650  O.B.O. Ph. 886-2381 after 5:30  p.m. 10231-22  PLANNING to buy a new or  newer car1. Drop in and see  us to arrange your financing  first. Bank of Montreal, Gibsons, Sechelt, and Madeira  Park. 10228-20  '58 VW VAN, factory rebuilt  motor,    only    5,000    miles.  Good running order. $295. 885-  2568. 10130-tfn.  PLYMOUTH Fury III, yellow  with green vinyl top, 2 door  H/T. Purchased Nov. '72, cost  $5600.V-8 - 17500 miles only,  new oversize front rubber,  P.S., clock strato vents, rear  defogger, front and rear speakers. Excellent cond., $2850.  Ph.   883-2318. 10015-20  MUST sell-'57   %-ton^ Chev.  Runs well, $100r~Ph: 885^  9694. 10133-20  '65 VIVA economy .transportation. Also small utility trailer. Bob  Scales,  885-2221.  "   , 10040-20  1966    CHEV    pl-Kup,    single .  stump,  $3600.  Ph.  926-1024.   10233-20  '62 PONTIAC station wagon,  $400. Phone 885-2674.  ,     , 10139-20  '68   VW,   47,000   miles.   New  brakes, runs_well, $1000. Ph.  885-2489. 10035-20  '69 CHRYSLER Newport, 2-dr.  hdtp. Air cond., new radial  tires. Phone 885-2121.10142-tEn  1965   FORD   stn.   wgn.   Auto  V8, 283 cu. in. $750. 886-2767.    10078-21  '73 TOYOTA Ceiica. Half vinyl  roof.  AM-FM radio,  radial  tires. 24,000 miles, $2950. Call  886-9865. ,      10148-20  '71 PLYMOUTH Cricket, 4 dr.  17,000 mis. 30 mis. gal. Radio, std., 4 speed. Bucket  seats, $1450 firm. Phone 885-  9534.  10115-19  1956   FORD  pickup,   running  condition. $150. Phone 886-  7361. 10089-20  1968 PLYMOUTH Belvedere 2  door hard top, V-8 auto.,  power steering, radio, white-  walls, low mileage, passed  Van.   city  test  .Ph.   886-9288.  10153-20  Peninsula Time.; Wednesdoy, April 10, 1974���Page A-7  BOATS & ENGINES (Confci    FOR SALE (Continued)  FOR" SALE,  built boat.  engine, $350.  16'- 6" -clinker  40 hp.  Johnson  (112)224-6379. -  9866-20  BOATS & ENGINES  19-FOOT    boat, %" cedar &  F.G.,  %-cabhk Needs some  work. No motor, $400. Phone  885-9694. 10134-20  13'6" ENTERPRISE FG sail-  boat, complete sail kit and  trailer, new condition, $1400  or reas. offer. Phone 885-9736  or 885-2660. . 10151-20  15'  ELGIN  with  Johnson  18  H.P.    motor    and    Calkins  1500  lb.   trailer,   $600,  offers.  Ph.   885-2383. 10012-20  16-FOOT Turner    built, with  cabin, 3% h.p. Briggs, good  condition. Phone 885-9901.  10135-20  12   FOOT  clinker   built  row  boat,  $100.  Phone  885-2753.  " 10179-20  17' BOAT, trailer and 65 hp  Merc. OB., Sleps 3, elec.  start, head. Motor 45 hrs. running time. Near new canvas  top, $2100 or nearest offer.  Phone 885-2496. 10071-21  14'6" THERMOGLAS boat and  trailer,    $550.   Phone    885-  2682, 10192-22  16' P/G over ply, "40 H.P. with  controls  and steering, $500.  Phone 885-2567. ,   ,      10198-20  16' PLYWOOD runabout in  fair cond. ��� with 28 " H.P.  Evinrude in A-l cond. 1.2 H.P.  .Keystone. Both motors have  low running hours. Ph. 886-  9843 after 5 p.m.        10095-20  14'   ENTERPRISE   sail   boat,  complete with dacron sails,  buoyancy   hags    and   trailer,  $695, Ph. 883-2336.       10182-22  14% FOOT Sangster F/G,  semi V with full camper  top and sleeperette seats, 25  H.P. Evinrude, long shaft,  $1295. Ph. 883-2336.     10183-22  24-FOOT Lapstrake hull. Com-,  . plete with decks. Brand new,  $2,000, also 35 gls. of resin  at $15 gal. Phone Haden 885-  2283,   886-2625. 10141-20  21'    FIBREFORM    with    165  Mercruiser motor. Immaculate .condition. Excellent price  for quick sale. Ph. 885-2418.   10058-21  14%'   RUNABOUT,   35    H.P.  Merc. Best offer. Phone 885-  9385. - 10187-20  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  , ILLNESS FORCES SALE  THRIVING HOBBY SHOP  Steady, and growing clientel.  All stock, 2 year lease with  option. Plus $1800 revenue  from sublet. $7000 cash, terms  on balance of $3000 at 8 per  cent. Enquiries write Box 737,  Sechelt, B.C.  8801-tfn  SMALL CONTRACTING  BUSINESS  Sale Que To Health  2   Gravel Trucks,  Front End  Loader and trailer, etc.  Enquiries Phone 886-2535  No   triflers  8867-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  ROUGH lumber. $55 per lineal  1000  (112)926-1024.       9868-tfn  351���FORD 2 BB. Out of '74  Mach 1 with auto, trans. 3000  miles. Ph. 885-2121. 10l43-tfn  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons '        886-2827  Thursday, Friday, Saturday,  April 11th, 12th, and 13th  Walt Disney's  "Cinderella" . PLUS  "Charlie And The Angel"  Evening Showings 7 p.m7  , Saturday Matinee 1:30. p.m.  ��� general ���  Sunday/ Monday, Tuesday,  April 14th,'15th and 16th  "Harry In Your Pocket"  Starring James Cotyurn  ���general ���  Evening Showings 8 p.m.   8891-20  1 SET double bogies from  Leader mobile home,- .4  wheels, 2 tires, less than 1000  miles. $150.- Phone 886-7183:   10084-21  4 SEATER chesterfield and  *" matching 2 seater love seat,  6 months old, $325. Console  radio stereo, $35. Phone 886-  9529. ' .10195-20  155 H.P. Chrysler marine overhauled slant 6. Ph. 885-2121.  10144-tfn  ELECTROLUX Sales and Service. Ph. 885-2007.    4192-tfn  GARAGE    SALE:    Furniture,  clothes and building materials, downtown Halfmoon Bay.  Saturday, April 13.     10200-20  BEES���April  886-2762.  delivery.   Phone  9864-20  BUNK beds.  Good condition.  Ph.  885-9601. 10147-20  FOR SALE  MAJESTIC    oil range    with  blower. Good condition. Ph.  886-2916. 10150-20  AUTOMATIC    washer,    good  running   condition.   $80   or  offers. Ph. 885-2398.    10097-20  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Alder  and  fir.  Phone   885-  9311 or 883-2417. 3233-tfn  '72 YAMAHA Enduro 175 cc.  Only 1800 miles, like new.  Ph. 886-9539. 10138-20  MUST SELL: Dual 10 10 turn-  table, 8 track tape deck.  Monarch 85 watt AM/FM  stereo receiver with pair of  AGS 4 way ��� air suspension  speakers, 14"x24". Immaculate  condition, -still- under warranty, asking $350. Electrohome  console solid state stereo with  Garrard turntable, good cond.  $125. Ph.   886-2530.      10092-20  PLAY Lions Community Bingo, cards available, $1.00 ea.  by  phoning 885-2012 days  or  885-2027  nights. 4184-tfn  TWO G60-14 Dunlop raised  white letter tires, almost  new with Chev 5-stud chrome  reverse rims. $80. Phone 886-  2381 after 5:30 p.m.    10232-22  50x8 FOQT float with floatation by Koralite or will build  to suit. Call Peter 883-2336.  10181-22  BALDWIN Panasonic Organ  , with theatre tremolo, full  double keyboard, like new.  Phone 885-2864 after 6 p.m.  10186-20   >,. , ,.  PORTRAITS  In Oil Pastels  Adults  or  Children apply  at  ':,the  DALLIS STUDIOS  Cowrie  Street,  Sechelt  885-9817  8884-tfn  HOOVER   washer-spin   dryer,  very good condition, $89.50.  Phone  885-2439. 10154-20  SINGER touch and sew portable sewing machine. Good  cond.   Best offer.  Phone '885-  9440. 10107-19  PIONEER 800 chain saw with  24"x36"    bars    and   chains.  Perfect running condition, $65.  Phone   885-2637. 10229-20  ELECTRIC water pump with  200'   of  plastic   pipe.   $150.  Phone 885-9455.' 10230-22  LIVING room, dinning room,  kitchen and .bedroom drapes.  Near new. J^hone 885-2550 or  885-2950. 10126-21  ���>���    .'1  ' ' .1-1  ���3?  m. ���____*��� \Mt, .(&���  i'1  _   .?-*<���-������_/.:-��, ���,'*  p.   5<"j'     .**��������� ���   ,   '  i       i- '  FOR QUICK RESULT?  USE TIMES ADBMEFS  REAL ESTATE V INSURANCE  PENDER HARBOUR - EGMONT - EARL COVE  ,���1.1-. .nil-.-   i in,,  -���i.Mi.i.,|Hiwi-^*~MM<~.ai-iiiwi.ii-.-iw i��77i7(7'l":  REDROOFFS - Lovely cornor lot - Approx., 240'  frontaoo on  Redrooffs  Road. f.P.   $9,000.  THREE CABINS  on one lot -~- within 50* of oxcollont boach.  F.P. $36,000.  INVESTMENT ���.3,13, acros, cornor of Hwy.  101 and Gordon  Day Rood. Laraa 4 bedroorri homo, noods finishing. Full prlco  $40,000 cash,  CEDAR HOME ��� On lovely vlow property, Leasehold land/ 3  bodrooms, fully furnished, only $29,500.  ,������-���-.l-II .1,1. ���.. w.���.yw.-^i  NELSON ISLAND ~n',23 acres, 4,000' of boach, Good summer  homo. Asklna $140,000, $50,000 down, balance at 9 porcont.  PEARSON ISLAND ��� 24 acres, closo to Pender Harbour, Good  .      Investment at $125,000,  .PENDER HARDOUR ��� Over an acre.of,watorfront, 180' of deep,  protected moorage. 3 DR homo, needs somo work, F.P. $46,500,  WATERFRONT ��� 2,5 acres with lame solid  homo, close to  ' lame si  for $70,(  '\  \'% 'Ul:'^4'" ���-:>',ra''���'���'������"���"r^���'-''^  \ i  <#*  Madeira Park, Loyoly ostato for $70,000 full prlco.  LARGE LOT -���Could be two..���< Good.view, power, & water. Just,  $13,500 F.P.  ��� WE NEED LISTINGS���.  PHONE 883-2794  John Preen      Archie Drayton     Jock Hormbn  883-9978 883-9926 . 883-2745  SUNSHINE COAST Lfona Club menv  bors are etW working and Hackott  Park Is taking shape as cleaning and  cutting contlnuo to prepare tho slto  for tennis courts,anal jogging areas.  In This picture.Ray StockwoU keeps  his Wg*wfltdozer*lwsy-iv^���itoto-tiiie"-  right, Barry Macdonald adds to tho  tyonflro.  tfffesm  .   ^  .  o y, ���'��> ������;>,.  I ���   ^W    a> u -    *  '  ImpHHjiimi    1 ����� iriiaialu   ���   -TwiiTr- m,maf      V mtmmJrA -,        *      1       ���   *-_��������__.  BRITT V A R C O E, left and Horb members work every weekend pre-  Mltchcll keep tho chain sows work- paring the park for tennis courts' and  ing while sawing up logs In Hackott jogging areas.  Pork,, Sunshine   Coast lions Ckti>  Watch tor our  weekend Specials!-  GLYNN TRACY  Gordon Bay Store - 883-2253  "Fine Meats for Fine People"  ?iiVaiaia��aaa��aaiaiaaaaiaaiaavaaia<aiiMaiMi>iMaiaaiaiaciii<aM?  T ���MAMliri'WUHIM -IM-l WJl.UjgBflg._i  &*lfa.;%5f���;;^  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  PHONE (24 Hours)  Sechelr885-2235  Vancouver 689-5838  (E.&O.E.)  lo     BOX 128, SECHELT, B.C.  CORNER OF TRAIL AND COWRIE -��� =   Pureed String Quartet to perform in Sechelt and Gibsons.  String quartel slaied lo perform here May 1  FURCELL ,String Quartet will perform  at school concerts in Gibsons and Sechelt May 1 as part of an extensive tour  of the coast and Vancouver Island.  The quartet-in-residence at Simon  Fraser University includes in its repertoire 11 works by contemporary Canadian  composers.  Norman Nelson, violin; Frederick Nel  son, violin; Phillipe Etter, viola and Ian  Hampton, cello, will perform for Sechelt  Elementary School pupils at ,9 a.m. and  for Gibsons elementary students at 11  a.m.  The tour is being made possible by  grants from the Canada Council, Leon and  Thea Koerner Foundation, MaoMilUan  Bloedel Ltd., Simon Fraser University,  Utah International and individual donors.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  HALFMOON Bay Hospital Auxiliary met  " at the home of Jean Petit last week  for its regular monthly meeting: In view  of the growth of membership and the  difficulty in hollding meetings in private  homes, arrangements had been made with  the Welcome Beach Community Association to use the Welcome Beach Hall for  meetings commencing in September.  Several members volunteered their  services in the organization of the blood  donors' clinic to be held at St. Mary's  Hospital on April 29. There was discussion  regarding donating auxiliary funds for  in-training of nurses, but the suggestion  was rejected. It was announced that a  bus would be chartered for the B.C. regional convention of hospital auxiliaries  on May 14 and several members expressed  their intention of attending.  A very pleasant evening wound up  with tasty refreshments served by Mrs.  Petit. Next' meeting will be at the home  of Jean Laird on May 6.  It was generally    agreed  that    last  Thursday's film show was the best of  the season. The films supplied by B.C.  Travel Industry showed B.C. dn all its  glory from the mountains to the sea. There  were two fine films of the Kootenays, ���  magnificent wild-life studies and one film  showing a UBC team rescuing totem poles  from an old burial ground at-Anthony  ��� Island in the Queen Charlottes for restoration and preservation. It being the last  show of the season, a vote of thanks was  given to Hugh Duff who had worked long  and hard to arrange such an excellent  series of programs and to Keith Comyn  who had served so faithfully as projec-  ;  tlonlst, ,'  SMT PHOTEST  Residents who sent in protests to SMT  Coach Lines; Don Lockstead and government departments about the proposed rerouting of the bus, have received various, non-committal replies. SMT said ,it  will continue the service for at least three  months on a .trial basis with the bus com-.'  pany ,.talcing a passenger count on the  Redrooffs Road section p of the route. This  Js surely too little time for a comprehensive count, particularly as It will presumably expire Just When tho holiday season  Is  approaching  Its  peak,  According to  SMT president,  Daniel R.Hemsworth,  another reason for his wanting to re-route  the bus la that they got so many complaints from passengers bound for Powoll  River about tho bus taking tho old road  when there is a new and much more  comfortable routol It seems that we aec-  ond-class citizens on tho Redrooffs Road  aro not entitled to a servico at all if it  Interferes with the comfort   of Powell  River passengers.  ~"*^Awlcttw^^  1 porta that ho has had lengthy discussions  with tho department of highways about  tho condition of tho road and expects to  acq Improvements "within a reasonable  length of time," So folks, It's not time  to relax yet, ao lot's kcop tho protests  golngl  MYSTERY CLEARED       "  While a groat deal la known about  HMfmoon Bay's first postmistress, Mrs.  Clara Lyoll who died Jn 1933, for many  years a mystery surrounded the disappearance of her husband, John Lyell, who,  around 1020 waa bolng Bought by tho  provincial police In connection With tho  murder of Bob Ralney, A nolutldn has  now been offered by BUI May ot Sechelt,  ���by Mary Tinkley  whose father was a friend of John Lyell's.  According to his story, John Lyell escaped from Halfmoon Bay by walking  along the beach to Sechelt, walking' in the  surf most of the way which was why  the police dogs could not pick up his  scent. He managed to get a boat ride  into Vancouver where he signed on a  freighter going to , Australia where he  was seen a few years later by an old  friend.  Two old-timers whose deaths are announced . were well-known in Welcome  Beach. Mrs. Mary Walker's uncle, James  Beaton, who lived for a time at the Cliff  Connor home'has died in Kamloops at  the age of 97. Francis Henry Shaw of  New Westminster who died last week at  the age of 91, had been a frequent,'visitor at the home of his son, Sid Shaw.  Owing to a severe cold, Mrs. Bj. McCrady was unable to attend a reunion of  the McCrady family in Vancouver last  week. However, four members of the family paid her a surprise visit. They' were  Gordon and Lois McCrady of Port Co-'  quitlam and Gordon's parents, Morrison  and Helen McCrady of London, Ont; Mrs.,  ��� Rene Haig of Surrey, a former resident  of Gibsons, visited the Sunshine Coast  last week to attend a meeting of Chapter  65 OES. She was the guest of her aunt,  Mrs. Eva Lyons.  ��� What's wrong with today's kids? Well,  we can't find too much wrong with some  ;. of the children around Halfmoon Bay.  , Last Saturday a group of them met at  the Church of His Presence to clean the  church, and pick and arrange flowers for  the children's service on Sunday morning.  So enthusiastic were they that one of  them arrived an hour before the official  starting time of the work party. The  busy bees were Mary Connor, Sandra  Jorgensen, Tina Hansen, Mark Zuidema  and Sean Ferris.  Page A-8       .   The Peninsula Times  A, Wednesday, April 10. 1974  Squaringly yours  ���bf Maurice Kama-root >.  i  FLASH���it's raining cats and dogs.right  now. I was just outside and stepped  in a poodle.  Well, it seems that I can't win,them  all, but our Country Stars are coming up  with a lot of real good square dancers. Of  ' course our theme is to have fun,relaxa-  tion and friendship and by golly, we got  them all, best dern club you could ever  want to square dance with. Two fantastic callers, good location, so why not  take the easy way to keep young. t  Our guest last week was Hazel Price  from Vancouver who at this time is looking forward to'moving up to Gibsons. We  hope to see you soon-  Caller Harry Robertson came up with  some new records and new calls, so not  to be outdone I ordered a new record  with some old calls. That doesn't mean  that I can't change the calls around just  a little bit and have a little fun too.  We still are short of a lot of our  square dancers this season and ,1 don't  think that they know what they are  missing. Anyway by the time you read  this column, there will be only three  square dance nights left The last dance  will be Friday, April 26 at 8:30 p.m. at  the Golf Club with Caller Harry Robertson and Old Trouble himself,' matching  call for call. So this should be a real  good windup square dance.  Talking about, Old Trouble, I wonder  where Harry got that idea wfoen it comes  up my turn to call for the evening. I am  not one to brag, but I'm just fantastic,  have personality, full of fun, gay, handsome. Or'is that beautiful Anyway, all  that and more. Just wish I could call up  a real storm, Oh! well, one can't have  everything.  I have one more rule of square'dancing and as' I remember, it goe3 like this���  When you go square dancing, thou shalt  not partake of alcoholic beverages. You  would not want to ruin, louse up or Bpoil  the fun of the other seven dancers in the  square; which in turn breaks down 'the  whole , floor. Alcohol is not but false  courage.-,'; "������' ���:'"'���        '",.'.';,:"''.'  .���,���;.  Oh my goodness, looking at my Mickey Mouse watch, it'a time to go arid get  ready for tonight's square dance. Muat  practice for three minutes/so I will see  you at the square dance,; the good Lord  Willing and my car runs, Cheerio.  r  On Tuesday, April; 16th,  One of our roprotentativos   -  Mr. J. E. KINSEY  will bo at  '������������,���.  ..'��� pp  Bella Boach Motol/ Socholt, 9:30 to 1:00 p.m.  Sunnycrejt Motol, Gibsons, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.  Tel: B05-9561 (Sechelt)  806-9920 (Gibsons)  ���:;'���.������.'.. I        ���'���.<'��� ; , ������', ,     -  "��� lil-^  - ���       __... "* ">��.  .��*>-h_ .       ,..._.       *^* -.  1_/t, .IV-AW"*.:***. ���"<''"   *��_ ,   .  V\_'_."*'"f,"l'W.a.�� j-f"^'' *  "---    ---.        *.__a_5i-*.".1_"j"��'. ' ______ i.wJV.*'  ... _*���_!��_����*_*___.r^ ji  Opening  Friday, April 12th  THE  RESTAURANT  HIGHWAY  101, HALFMOON  BAY  LUNCHES & SNACKS, 11 om ��� 4 pm  GOURMET DINNERS, o. 10 pm  005-9091  \>  I  i  ��:  ' /lihv^iiniil&Nr  asito Coast '  gal Estate Service  _V< ~*'v   *"���  yil,*W  ��� &$<,  -j, '^trv-*, *���*��**&#�����?% *53 .   I  ^AL"l*gS r'  *��=&  .  *j  1fc*J  lv.  ���."p.,  J_h_��  \  t _____  o   o   o  I.  p,y.H>*jWriaLaga?E��gg^^  i^Sl^_r_i}ffi3S^K^M��^  k-uj^u-i-.^-i^-^.j��k��cad8>ia  MBaffl|^jiJ^MJi^..xi��H^^  ACREAGE  ROBERTS CREEK ,       #3-132  Land size 4.64. Level,'good building site, cleared. Serviced with  hydro. Prospects of water looks good. With selective buying  you could attain a good view. Try your offers of $24,900.00  Lee R.  Brown eves  885-2985.  OPPOSITE GOLF COURSE & PARK - ACREAGE #3-135  Over-9 acres of treed seclusion, this beautifully treed property in  land freeze offers ultimate of privacy and beauty, yet close to  recreation, and short drive to beach. Full price $50,000.00 some  terms. Owner can apply for permission to subdivide. Peter Smith  eves 885-9463.  HOPKINS. LANDING - BURNS LAKE        x #3-3106  A\ponnelled living room with brick fireplace will catch your eye  when you see this attractive home on two lots, some view, in  mint condition inside and out There's a big sundeck and  patio for summer living too. Two bedrooms, modern bathroom  and big bright kitchen. Close to store, ferry and post office in  a relatively secluded area. $32,500.00 full price. Jack White  eves 886-2935.  NEW -.2 BEDROOM HOME - CHERYL ANN PARK -  ROBERTS CREEK #3-083 .  Spanking new home, all electric, wall to wall carpet" in living  room. 4-piece colored plumbing, step-saver kitchen, and lots of  cupboards. Cedar, siding, sundeck, eligible for Government 2nd  mortgage of $5,000.00 or Government grant of $1,000.00.  Full price $29,500.00 Pat Murphy eves 885-9487.  CLEARED LOTS WITH VIEW - DAVIS BAY #3-058, 59  Both have panoramic view pf gulf with hydro, water and cable-  vision by Large lot is 142'xl35' for $21,000. Regular lot 87.9x  109.8' for $10,500. Both are excellent building sites. PETER  SMITH 885-9463 evenings or DON HADDEN 885-9504 eves.  POPULAR DAVIS BAY #16-3-112  Relaxed retirement. Handy to store, bus and beach. Fully modem  home, wall to wall carpeting, cut stone fireplace, completely  equipped, efficiently planned kitchen. Landscaped grounds, carport. Full price $34,80.00 To view and compare, C. R. Gathercole  . '886-2785 eves.  VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK #3-085  Nice building lot -  173'x62' Westerly view,  in area of good  homes. Full price $11,000.00. Pat Murphy 885-9487 eves  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT #3-093  Large remodelled home on 99.8 feet waterfront has 5 bedrooms,  large living and dining areas, electric furnace, brick fireplace.  This merits a really good look. Full price $55,000. Don Hadden  885-9504 eves. v  ECONOMICAL RETIREMENT #2985  Delightful two bedroom deluxe mobile home on permanent foundation. Beautifully landscaped, fenced yard, excellent garden, carport. Only five minutes to shopping centre.  C.  R. Gathercole  886-2785  eves.  ACREAGE' - GIBSONS ' '      #3-040  Land size 4.25 acres. Beautifully treed, and level. Serviced with,  hydro   Frontage on Pine Road.  Prospect of water looks good.  Full prico  $23,500.00. Lee R.  Brown  885-2985 eves.  SELMA PARK-LARGE VIEW LOT       . #3^137.  90x178 foot cleared  lot, good water view,  2  building areas.  Water, hydro, cablevision, Ful), price $9,900.00 try to equal this.  ,,New Home area. Peter Smith 885-9463 eves.  VIEW ACREAGE WITH HOUSE .��������������� . #11-3-107  A distant view over the Gulf, .and a trim aothlc arch,house on  cleared acreage about half a mile above Highway 101, 4.6 acres  to be exact. Hydro rw crosses land, but does not deter agricultural  development. Licenced water supply. Property recently staked and  fenced. Go up Crow Road, turn right to end of road[and_you  are there. For more Information call Jack Whlfe eves 886-2935.  CARIBOO AREA #3-115  Near McLeese Lake, we have this choice investment property  adjoining the western end of McLeese Lake Resort Ltd. Priced  low is all for cash. Mining activity in the general area. Gibraltar  Mines etc. 5.61 acres of,treed high ground on the Cariboo  Highway. Robert Kent 885-9461  eves.  DAVIS BAY - 3 BEDROOM #3-097  All on one floor. 3 generous-size bedrooms, utility and kitchen,  large living and dining rooms, all to water view. Electric furnace,  plus heatalator fireplace. Garden landscaped.  It's a beauty at  $42,8000. PETER SMITH, 885-9463 evenings.  SUNSET HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION #16-3-127  Close to Davis Bay,  fully serviced lots,  some have spectacular  view, all good size, and cleared. Prices from $7,950 to $15,500,  restricted subdivision.  JACK WHITE,  886-2935  evenings.  WATERFRONT LOTS - REDROOFFS ROAD - ZONED R2 #3-136  Slde-by-side waterfront, each with 100 feet of beach and 600  feet plus in depth, approximately 1 Vi acres each lot. Fantastic  view of Georgia Straits. These two lots are very good holding  property or beautiful site for your home. Full price for both lots  $37,000 or $18,500 each. PAT MURPHY, 885-9487 evenings.  MOBILE HOME/TRAILER PARK #3010  Presently 18 serviced trailer sites. Possible 20 more sites for  expansion. Over 6 pcres beautiful park-like land, Three bedroom  extra spacious modern I homo with , heated 20x40 pool, sauna  and change rooms at pool side, Home and grounds are fully  private. Year-round creek borders the property. Have water  rights but the municipal supply Is used, Robert Kent 885-2235  .   oves, for appointment.  i  MADEIRA PARK . ,#3-055  Family homo, welldeslgned & soundly built on almost 4 acres, Frontage  on Hwy. 101 with 150' steep waterfront and deep moorage on Gunboat  Bay, Possibilities for development as  chalot-type resort or condominium or  subdivision. Full price $63,500, terms  to qualified purchaser, C,R. GAlnbK-  COLE,  886-2785 ovonlnfls.  ONE LUXURY LOT LEFT '," #2517  High atop the Wakoflold Inn area, on  largo lot 89x150' facing, Mason Road  - electricity and water on application  - The best darn view you'll find! Full  rlco only $13,000. Call ROBERT  ENT, 885-9461 evenings.  K  SARGEANT DAY - ���     Mn  100'' BEACH.���p�����-#3-020��'  Boaters, fishermen - como .In by car  or boat, to this most delightful ono-  bedroom log homo, 3-plec^ bathroom,  largo sundeck, Electric furnaco, dandy  fireplace (wood free on beach), Phono  and wator. F.P. $37,650, forms poss-,  Iblo, PETER SMITH, 885-9463 ovos.  2 BR COTTAGE (now) ...'������, *n  REDROOFFSS AREA #3-313?  New 3 BR cottage, fully" Insulated,  approx. 600 sq. ft, on a largo lot.  100'x250', Septic not In yet, roughed  In plumbing, electric heating, lovol.  treed and partly cleared. An Ideal  spot for that summer vacation homo,  no hustle, no smog, como to whoro  tho sunshine ond clear air III PAT  MURPHY, 885-9487 evenings. Full  prlco $15,000,  WATERFRONT LOT - .  TUWANEK ~ "#20B-3-13 T  Sloping land, lovol ot beach end, In  Lomb'i Bay, Community water and  hydro oro available. Slzo 80'x179��.  Asking $15,000. half cash, JACK  WHITE, 886-2935 evening*.  WW"  naaa >      a       aai       II        mi���     "�����, ^  EUREKA ROAD .  REDROOFFS ,   #23*3-130  Nicely wooded lot In a growing area,  not for from beoch, only tix mlloi  from Secholt <bui service). Slzo 70 by  225'. F.P, $7,000, JACK WHITE  evening* 886-2935,  l",*~-'.\       %      t. ,>.-*���.*'      *_ s*_ _j_ ji.,, ,+rc-^iw*'' "V?*  \ "���' '     ���   , -������'..- - *������-_��� i    ������ -    in     ���      -i'iTi"- ���"'*paaj"s��.  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD,  EVERY DAY ��� Phono "Tiny" Bob for the lowest priced  Residential Fire Insurance Policy ��� 085-2235 (24 hours)  B_OT_S-D_H_BH__BBH_DBH_BE_aH!Sn__l___H0-BB_MBDnBBH___aiad__a  EVERY MONDAY-���1:45 p.m.,,Community Hall Roborts .Creek,  Elphinstone Now Horizons carpot bowling, cards 6V films.,   (  EVERY TUESDAY, ,7:30 p.m., Socholt Legion Hall, Sechelt TOPS Club,  new,members wclcomo, ',���,,'  EVERY WEDNESDAY--8:00 p.m., Bingo, new Loglon Building, Secholt.  EVERY WEDNESDAY���-2 p.m. Senior Swlngor, Old LeglonHall, Secholt  EVERY WEDNERDAY-���8 p.m. Introductory Lecture on Tranccndental  Meditation. I.M.S. Centre, Gibsons, ,  EVERY THURS,��^-8:00 p.m., Bingo, Pender Harbour Community Hall,  THURS. afternoons "TOPS" meotlnjj at Public Health Contro. 1.30-3:00  EVERY FRIDAY ��� qibson's United Church Women'* Thrift Shop, 1 -3  p���.,.-.,,,��,,...,;.,,��.��w��p,m7ln.United,Church,,basemon ,  Apr. 11'���2 p.m. Ladles' Aux. to St. Mary's Hospital, reg. monthly  mooting at St. Hilda's Hall.  April 13���-10 a.m., Sale, Sechelt Library. Discards and Duplicate  Books.  ���:���',���,,     '������  Apr. 20���.2-6 p.m. Socholt Garden Club spring flower show, St. Hilda's  Hall.  Apr. 20-  1    ������Mill  ���2-4 p.m, Secholt Gardori Club Spring Show, St. Hilda's Hall,  Socholt,  i>   *  JUI.IIUII,  Apr.21"7~2p,m, Pendor Harbour Flro Protection District annual meeting,  Community Hall, Madeira Park,  May ]���-8 p.m. Secholt Garden Club meeting, Sr. Hilda's Hall.  May fl���11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Mini Bus Transport Fund, used article and  bake sale, Old Legion Hall, Sechelt,  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  ������  '     ���       i   '���  Multiple UiHng SorvIcO  V*ncouv��r   Raol   Ettato  Board  REAL ESTATE  t ,4 INSURANCES_^^  AGENCIES LID.  Phono 085-2235 (24-Hours) Box 120, Socholt, D.C.  Vancouver Phono 689-5830 v.**?*.  ���..>  I..-  r  __ "���* *r     T*  t*   -'TI!      *   *       Hater- imB-P-MC    t   " #     Mrl ���it  nftlHi ft   ��  <��!. >  ���" ������ ! ��� _i i  ^K& -:A'^ ' *  if  N;  M  SECHELT���Elected to the board of trustees of St. Mary's Hospital Society last  week were, Vince Bracewell,-Warren Mc-  Kibbiiv Mrs. I* Goddard, ��� J., Willis, My ���  Rae and F. Norminton.  Erich Hensch was re-elected president  for  the  second year.  Vice-president  is  Frank West.  Both Hensch and administrator Ellen  Lived in Halfmoon Bay . . .  /Death takes Charlie lease:  , he didn't know real name  .   ���by Mary Tinkley  ON APRIL 5, the death occurred in St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, of a man  who never knew his real name or how  old he was. '   '   .        *     '  Around Halfmoon,. Bay and in the  extended care unit of St. Mary's, where  I. j jir.Pi.*..v. i'J} .    Bragg in their reports have noted thatrthe   he had been a patient for the past two  ��j��\'*-*i',,*l. wast year has been notable for the jios-    years, he was known as Charlie Reese  soft-spoken gatekeeper on the Doyle logging road for several years.  By arrangement with B.C. Memorial  Society, Charlie's body was taken to  Vancouver for cremation. The Rev. Jim  Williamson said special prayers for him  at the service last Sunday morning at  St. John's United Church, Davis Bay.  Spring flower show set  April j2Q at St. Hilda's  SECHELT���Sechelt Garden Club's annual  spring show will be held April 20 at  St. Hilda's church hall from 2. p.m. to  6 p.m. .  Final details were discussed at the  club's April 3 meeting. A plant sale will  be included in the show, it was decided.  Highlights of the meeting was a slide  show presented and narrated by Jack  MacLeod of Selma Park.  Three new members were welcomed  to the club and -an informative question  and answer period was held.  3$#  war.*  11 ?**  past year has been notable for the hos  pital.  Highlight of the year, said Mrs. Bragg,  was obtaining provisional accreditation,  which was "the culmination of tremendous shared effort and hard work'by all  members <& the hospital staff. AIL departments re-assessed their working methods,  reviewed and upgraded their/working  manuals and in many instances devised  new methods to improve the effectiveness  of their work. ' '  "Staff education and staff library  have been upgraded and personnel policies improved," she said.   -  /  "Great strides have been made in the  nursing department with internal reorganization;  development   of    procedure  uaL internal checks and controls; up-~ school    teacher    in   Saskatchewan,  EXPLAINING CONTROLS of brand  new color television set to-wife, Linda, is Willy Mattis of Pender Harbour. Set-was first prize in recent  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis raffle in aid  of senior citizens' housing develop  ment in Gibsons. TV was donated by  John Harvey,of J. Harvey Department Store and Philco Ford. This is  the second set to be donated. The  first one went up in flames during  Harvey's recent fire.  Section B  Wednesday. April 10, 1974  Pages 1-8  Film Society presentations  ������by Allan Crane  AFTER a Day at the Races (Marx Brothers, 1937) concludes theKwahtahmoss  Film Society's program for 1973-74 on  May 29, the Film Society will have  screened 34 films covering a wide spectrum of motion picture production.  The final program, announced this  week and mailed to members, consists of  four Hollywood classics and four films  of the '70's. In addition to the Marx  Brothers, Mae West (who celebrates her  83rd birthday in May) and W. C. Fields  can be seen on May 1 in.their only appearance together' in films, My little  Chickadee 1940), and Sir Laurence Olivier  at 32 can be seen as Heathcliff in Withering Heights~(1939) along with' Merle Obe-  ron, David Niven and Donald Crisp.  Most interesting of. all for devotees  of the Hollywood of old is the superior  early sound film, Dinner at. Eight (1933)  starring Jean Harlow, Marie Dressier,  Wallace Beery, John Barrymore 'and  Lionel Barrymore. Film Society members with a special interest in the rise  of sound believe this to be the first time  and fall of Hollywood since the advent  since the 30s that this film has been  shown in Western Canada, either theatrically or for a film society.  This film is the more interesting in  juxtapositon to a re-run of Ken Russell's  film from Great Britain, The Boyfriend  (1971), starring Twiggy, which is a reconstruction of the times of Dinner at  ELght. The Boyfriend is to be shown  April 10, and Dinner at Eight on April 17.  On April 24, Peter Brook's production  of King Lear, (1971) with Paul ScofteW  in the title role, will be shown. Th�� following two Wednesdays will see a re-  Driver's name and age  reported incorrect  ROY Carby was the driver of a late-  model cor that left the highway tost  week, not Ron Carby as was reported to  The Times by the RCMP, Corby Is 22���  not 23, as police reported.  The accident <iccwed near tho Tomkic,  .', property and, fence railing speared the  windshield and went through the rear  window.  Carby also sold that' he received moro  -than a scratched bond. His hand injury  required five stitohc?, he said, Oarby also  said ho sprained hla ankle.  run of Sunday, Bloody Sunday (1971)  atsrring Glenda Jackson and Peter Finch  and (hopefully), the distinguished Canadian film Kamouraska (1973) produced  by Claude Jutra, and featuring Genevieve -  Bujold.  The booking on this is*-dependent upon  Odeon not wishing to extend their booking beyond the date anticipated by their  chief booker. Please watch The Times or  the theatre notice boards for announcements. Admission charges are $1.75 for  members and $2.50 for non-members.  man���, ���  grading methods and systems to meet  accreditation standards.",  There haxe been improvements in  other departments including dietary, laboratory, x-ray, medical records, pharmacy,  physiotherapy and housekeeping, laundry,  maintenance and engineering have improved work practices.  The hospital's business office reorganization has allowed streamlining of  the flow of statistical data through new  forms and methods, improved the cash  flow and developed a businesslike management of acccounts receivable.'  "I am pelased to report that our substantial deficit in 1972 was almost erased  in 1973."  Preliminary planning is underway for  the construction of additions to the hospital for increased space for-x-ray, laboratory, administration, emergency and conference room.  Mrs. Bragg expressed her appreciation to "our wonderful ladies' auxiliaries  without whom' equipment would be minimal and services to the .patients devoid  of that extra service that only our 'ladies  in red' can give; ,  "The kindness of many individuals and  groups with their generous donations and  gifts of money has offered encouragement ���  and incentive to our staff and comfort  to our patients. The generous response to ���  requests for shrubs and plants has been -  heartwarming." .  STILL a few "cuddlies" left���adjustable  for babies up to 2 years old. Miss.  Bee's, Sechelt.  years, he was known as Charlie Reese  and his age was estimated at'between 86  and 89. All that Charlie knew of his  beginnings Was that he was one of 20  survivors, mostly children, of a bush fire  which wiped out the'first settlement at  Kapuskasing in northern Ontario in 1888.  As far as is known, the 16 children and  four adults who fled before the fire in  two wagons, were the only survivors of  that disastrous fire. Charlie, a child too  young to know his name, was taken in  by a family named Reese and they called  him Charlie.  Charlie Reese had no schooling and  was never inside a school room until he  visited Halfmoon Bay School as an old  man,  but with the help of a friendly  he  I  taught himself to read and write a little.  From his earliest' years he worked on  farms, often from sunup to sundown, in  return for his board. Crippled by polio,  he could not work as fast as a normal  boy and found it hard to keep a job  for more than a few days, and so he was  continuously on the move, riding the  rails and stopping off, at every likely  town for a -few days' work. When winter  came, he would drift out to Vancouver  where he would spend his nights at the  City Mission where he could get a bed f or  ten cents sleeping on a cement floor.  In the winter of 1949, Charlie arrived  in Vancouver in very poor condition, suffering from hunger and exposure. He  went to the City Mission and was eventually put on welfare. He settled in a  floathouse on .False Creek and bought  his groceries from a store owned by Jim  and Billie Graves who befriended him.  When in 1955 the building of the new  Grandville Bridge disrupted the lives of  both the Graves and Charlie, the Graves  moved to Halfmoon Bay to open the B.  & J. Store. A week later, Charlie arrived  on the bus in search of the kindest  friends he had ever had and from that  day Halfmoon Bay was home to him. The  past 19 years treated him gently and he  enjoyed a peace and security which his  earlier years never knew. He received  his old age pension and many hunters  will remember' him as the gentle  and  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  JERVIS INLET - POWELL RIVER  April 10 to April 21 inclusive  I  3  Lv. Earls Cove  7:15 am  9:15  * 10:30  11:15  *12:45 pm  t 1:15  * 3:00  4:30  * 5:15  6:30  * 7:B0  8:30  f10:30  Lv. Saltery Bay  6:15 am  * 8:15  * 9:20  , f10:15  *11:35  12:15 pm  * 1:50  3:30  * 4:05  t 5:30  * 6:20  7:30  9:30  ���(Through bus service, Sechelt Motor Transport  *MV "Pender Queen" (no commercial vehicles)  Saltery Bay      487-9333  -Langdale 886-2242  Horseshoe Bay 921-7411  ESSSIItSlfEl^SSsjSrtMS^  .sfsass  5S__SJSS3S_^5S^2i^S3Wa__��SSSa(H!^8|  Ferry slowdown blamed  on HorsesEoe dock job  FERRY slowdown being experienced on  the Sunshine' Coast run (Vancouver  to Powell River) is not expected to continue beyond Easter says Bob Innes, B.C.  Ferries' traffic manager in Victoria.  The ferry has.been running about an  ' hour late from Langdale by mid-afternoon.  Explaining the ferry slowdown, Innes  attributed it to the extensive dock work  presently under way at Horseshoe Bay.  The first dock installation has been finished and the work on the second dock  facility is due for, completion during the  early part of June.  "The main' problem is discharging.  ferry traffic," said the B.C. Ferries' .traffic manager. "Previously there were two>  lanes available but now with the dock  work under way, we only have one effective lane."  He added that the situation is further aggravated when two vessels arrive  at the same time to discharge traffic.  Innes pointed out, however,'that the  work of grading and,paving of the lanes  at the terminal was scheduled for completion by Easter,  J send a touch of  spriiigtiiiie.  J Hie FIB  ] IfaptoNest^  , f The HappyNest-a quaint rattan  basket filled with lovely spring  flowers or fresh green plants.  The basket comes with  matching rattan handle and  chain. So It can either be set on  a tablo or hung In a window,  Either way... what nicer way to  say Happy Easier? Call or visit  us today. Wo can     ^  send your gift  'almost  anywhere.  I  I  Special Easter Arrangements  fa lillies fa Petted Plants  nnijHn.riMp��nn"w��r  nn  tynnb  FLOWERS   and   GIFTS  Cowries Sfeet, Sechelt  *  Phone 885-9455   .  ALTHOUGH POWER PLANTS are in  SHORT SUPPLY WE HAVE A LIMITED  NUMBER IN STOCK...  AIR-COOLED  ELECTRIC  ALTERNATOR TYPE  POWER PLANTS  Statically Excited  I  1500 to 23,000  Watt Units, Gas or  Gasoline-Powered,  as well as several  TRACTOR PTO-DRIVEN   units,.-���. _,..:,,,.,,���.,���,,�����,  ,��.... mnilliiiai igii.iin4iip��.��m,  f ?��* g^**���&��"* T.v  |_������M_*__iiiwB_iri .,__.^ty  ^*m)mwmaJmmmm'i**��*mWr  VICTORIA/LANOLEY/CHILUWACK  BUTLER BROTHERS  Farm & Industrial Equipment  Putnps & Irrigation  LANGLEY - 6513-200 Street, Box 3189 - telephone 530-022J *ata0mmmmaaaammmammaaamammmmamaiiimmmmmm*naMMmmm��^  . fpf*  The rBLwmjt&jm��@&  "i may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe-to be right."  ���John Atkins  A. H. Aj-soake. Publisher Richard T. Proctor, Managing Editor  ��a��ij_i-Waiiaa_aiWMi��itaaa��a����MMa��-itwMtfa��i��i��-waawa>i��Ttaaw��^^  THE UNITED Church,of Canada states  that jails are not the place for .criminals.  Keep criminals at home, with their  families, suggests the United Church:  "The only way to teach anyone to behave as a responsible member of the  group is to keep him in the group. Supervision for varying periods of times, according to the nature of the crime,  would allow a more wholesome-adjustment to society than'a session behind  bars."  Take this criminal, suggests the  church, and baby him���"he' needs, to  feel he is respected... guided to a more  interesting and rewarding life.  "Let's keep our problem people at  home with their families. Let's help  them to work out their problems just as  children's aid societies help families with  their problems."  This is pre-supposing that the criminal (or the maladjusted person) is  completely comfortable with his family  then really there is no problem. If that  is the case/it seems unlikely that there  would, be a problem and that the "mal-  adjustee" would not feel the need to  perform criminal acts.  Unfortunately, the church seems to  forget that criminals and crime have always been with us they likely will remain. There have been many so-called  methods employed to prevent crime���  none of which has been successful.  Keeping a criminal under familial  supervision is not going to prevent future  crime, and that, after all, is the problem  that should be studied. Any mechanic  will tell you that preventative maintenance is the way to keep machinery  from breaking down and that repairing  such machinery is much more costly and  involved. However, even the best oiled  machinery breaks down and the same  axiom holds true for some people.  The church's pie in the sky attitude  towards crime is far-fetched. We will  be the first to agree that the present system of incarceration needs . improving  but allowing a criminal to remain in  the family unit is not the answer.  The church will have to come up  with something better.  Page 3-2 Powoll Rhroff Now.  Wednesday, April 10, 1974  (EerosS JFVMf&jf wmoU Ernst����9  FRIDAY and Sunday mark two of the  most important dates in Christendom  ���Christ's death and his resurrection.  Good Friday, the day Christ was crucified, has something to say to the  thoughtful.  At a time when the word "love" turns  up on buttons, on car bumper slogans and  slops out of pop songs as if it were the  froth on a glass of beer, Good Friday  impels us to turn from the imitation variety and look at the real thing.  Genuine love for one's fellows means  Why don't they?  TO ADD to the list (or remove items)  - call The Times at 885-9654, 885-  2635, 886-2121 or wrife Box 310, Sechelt.  WHY DON'T THEY? ���  ���Put a traffic signal at Wharf Street  and Highway 101?  ���'Allow permanenjt residenis two  free return trips to the Sunshne Coast,  every month?  ���Put a 40 jmph zone from Sechelt  village through to the end of the populated area in West Sechelt? ���  ���Make junk car dealers fence their  lots?  ���Build house doorways wide enough  for wheelchairs?  ���Allot some ground floor suites in  apartment buildings to have facilities  suitable for persons confined to wheelchairs.  ���Put a warning sign at Davis Bay  signifying dangerous curve for south-  , bound vehicles?  ���Put" a blacktop bicycle path on  Highway 101?  ���Sponsor littcrathons instead of  walkathons?  ���Give rebate to people who pay  water rates ahead of time?  ���Put guard rails at Trout Lake?  ���Build a, drop-in centre for teenagers in Sechelt?  ���Put a traffic light atNorwcst Bay  Road and Highway 101.  ���Realize that driving 30 m.p.h. in  a 50 m.p.h. zone is dangerous? Also,  driving 50 m.p.h; in a. 30 m.p.h. zone  is dangerous.   '  ���Keep the public lavatory open in,  Gibsons? '  ���Pave the lane behind the Bank of  Montreal, Sechelt?  ���Fill in the potholes on Teredo  .'Street?   ".'7;,;' ' \.'< ���    ; '  ���Prohibit smoking In food stores?  -���Allow toll-free dialing from Pender Harbour to the southern portion of  the Sunshine Coast?  ���Teach children not to litter?  ���Teach children to answer telephones '���  politely?  1 MtAauuiMuuuwuuwuuwuuuwuuuwvtniuuuuwuwuwuMwuww  The Peninsula7^*^ '  Published Wednesday, nt Secholt  on Jl.C.V Sunshine Cowt  I ,     by'  Powell River Nowa Town Orlec  Sechelt Tlmca Ltd.  Box 310 - Sechelt, B.C,  Sechelt 885-9654 or 885-2635   Gibsons 886-2121  Subscription Ratet:  (In advance) '  Local, $7 per year. Beyond 35 mllea, $8  U.S.A., $10. Oversea* $11,  Serving the area from-Port Mellon to**Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  ivvvwa��vwwvwwwvvwvvwuvi��wv~-vv��wwww��nrw��ww��w��v��  WMfMMrfmtrf/rifjrr/mMfif/m/Mf,  -in  putting oneself out for someone else.  Good works for a fellow human being  are not done for the "good feeling"^ you  do it because it has to be done and you're  committed to making yourself available  when there is a need.  Good Friday-���the term is a corruption of God's Friday���reminds us that  every improvement in the human condition is bought with what the late German theologian, Dietrich Bonhoeffer  called "this costly grace."  From Jesus Christ himself, the long,  thin valiant line includes such names  as Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther-  King, Tom Dooley and the Kennedys.  The price of their commitment was heavy indeed. But, somehow, we move forward on their shoulders. That, in part,  is what Good Friday is all about.  Easter has been described "a great  bell ringing, sounding the notes of renewal and joy and hope. For the Christian world, this, the most important of its  festivals, centres around the resurrection and the fact that "death could not  hold him." '     v  Easter is the season to follow the leap  of the heart as winter's shroud disin-  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times. A  nom-de-plume may be used for publication, but all originals must be signed by the writer.  'Little' people getting  led up with socialism  Editor, The Times,  ' Sir: God help the "little" people! If  the socialist government of B.C. makes  us any "littler" we'll be taxed and intimidated out of bed and board. Between  spending some 80 million dollars of our  taxes on projects that won't personally  pay me'a nickel, and" supporting some  40 years in an effort to become a "bigger" people, what has our socialist NDP  done for me? Given 'my piggy bank a'  nervous - breakdown paying for an imperialistic bureaucracy seemingly intent  upon destroying the free enterprise system that enabled me to buy a wee house,  work to pull my weight and hold my  head high.  ,   Like fun will I pay them an eight  percent1 interest" for- the dubious' "privil-'  \oria, ^Jifauei Service  SECHELT, B.C. PHONE 885-2439  Book your Charter Flight MOW I  For: LONDON - FRANKFURT - AMSTERDAM - HAWAII .  Relative Flights from U.K.  & Tours and Accommodation  ';'W&limSKMSNBJa  &��i��$^jS#3_^  BLgsirm.  testes "and you catch a'&impse of the    w thousand dvil;servamV hellbent upon' dege',or defering my home taxes until I  First shitdne ereen: the wistful  stirrina    ^"g ��* ^^ and equalizing the'   ;strangle.to death or; give up^despair  first shining green; the wistful stirring  in yourself to appropriate more fully the  gift of life.  First Good Friday. Then Easter Day.  The death and the resurrection. What  does it all mean?  A German philosopher once said:  VThe essence of all religion consists not  in the solution of riddles, but in the  conviction that value will be preserved."  That's what Good Friday and Easter  are all about.  Times gone by  April 11, 1973���Owner-electors were  preparing to go to the polls April  14 to determine the fate of the Sunshine Coast Recreational Centre at Roberts Creek. . ���: .���  Aid. Bcrnel .Gordon of Sechelt resigned his aldcrmanic seat because of the  government's proposed Public .Officials'  Disclosures Act.  Sunshine Coast Regional District, in  turning down a request for a $6,500  tourist grant, said publicity is not one  of its functions.  Proposals for a marina' complex at  the mouth of Roberts Creek has been  denied by the regional board directors.  Highways department officials agree  that the intersection of Hwy7 101 and  Wharf Road needs improving, Sechelt  Mayor Ben Lang reported to council.  A now bridge lias been promised over  Roberts Creek, said the highways department,  April 9, 19<��?���Sunshine Coast Regional  District budget shoyys a total requisition of $73,281,  ...^^^Attornoy^Gencral^Los^Poterson^^af-.  ter studying a comprehensive 60-^agb  report compiled by Archie    Plummcr,  poverty, here's one "little people" that  sees red and is mad enough to start fighting back!  After- working my gujt out for some  PON LOCKSTEAfi  loc  ��� Legislature Report  THE key' idea behind the NDP government's dynamic and far-sighted study  of this,province's health and welfare flcr-  vlcea is the community health centre.  Dr. Richard Foulkes, tho New Westminster physician who produced his report , last month, said the whole system  should bo run In a more buslncaa-llko  way, wltlv' local people having lots moro  eay In how things aro dono.  At the heart of the pyatom would bo  ,!, a _ neighborhood��contro staffed ��by ��� a var-<  ldty ot professionals who would work to-  4 ., _     _ F   gothor for-people, b good, Instead of off  said charges that RCMP used brutality   erlng their services in �� haphazard nnd  against Indians are without foundation,   complicated way.  ��cycling  1$ a habit  am ^amr V-! a^l  am. maraa/ aafaaar aaf   aa)  you ccsn live*  with  Mnrk Rennlo was named first holder  of tho junior sportsmanship trophy presented by Tom Robilliard on behalf of  the Sechelt Rod nnd Gun Club.  Sechelt councllmcn protested the  fact that an assistant to tho secretary-  treasurer of the regional district was to  be hired at a salary of $7,500. ���  Aid. Norm Watson said proposals  for a sea wall oh Scchclt's waterfront  should not bo dropped,  April 8, 19<54���May Day, under   tho  chairmanship of Dick Brancn, will  bo Bponsored by tlio recreation commifl-  'sion, said Commissioner Sam Dawe.  Pender Harbour should apply for a  liquor outlet, said Isabel Dawson, vice-  president of the Social Credit League  of B.C.  Times president Ray Nestman commented on a 175-acro crown tract in  the village which would bo used for recreational facilities, It has been offered  by the provincial government to the village for $10 por ncro or very low rate  lease.  Thus anyone having trouble feeding  or housing themselves, or who la Blck or  rundown, would head for ono place, the  local health centre.  Take a family which has hit hard  times! father Is sick, can't work; mother  starts to worry, gats run down. Children  start getting Into trouble.  Tho staff of, tho health ,contro work  together to help the whole family, workers spend time with tho lddo, so thnt  mother' can talk things over with hor  doctor, Meanwhile a money, export vlslta  father to roasBuro him about financial  welfare,  * A team of pooplo Hotting to - tho root  of tho problom, not toaolng Individual*  from office to office all over town. This  Is the thrust of the plan.  It's going to take time to mako tho  health centro Idea work, Health mlnlatcr  Dennis Cocke has-already admitted he  thinks it will take longer than tho 16  months Dr. Foulkca waa shooting for.  But somo of tho steps ore already  being token* and after the FoulkcaV report tho health and welfare flyatcm la  sot on a new path to give really helpful,  modern care for people,  Like the miner, prospector, landlord, car  owner, fruitgrower or other tax-burdened  free enterpriser, "I'm rolling up my  sleeves to rid this beloved province of  the blight of welfarism, collectivism and  conformity. Like many other "little" people I'm spittin' mad at Fat Cats raising  their own salaries, while "freezing" the  /'little" guys' right to do the same thing.  You better believe that this "little" people intends to help get the socialist termites out of the woodwork before the  province collapses beneath us!  ,  PATRICIA YOUNG  1930 Nanton Ave., Vancouver, B.C.  Scouts appreciative  Editor, The Times,  Sir: On behalf' of Vancouver-Coast  Eegion, Boy Scouts of Canada (a United  Way agency), I take pleasure putting in- j  writing the hearty vote of thanks ac- I  corded you and your associates at our ���  annual meeting held Monday,; March 18, 7  1974 at Oakridge Auditorium, for your '  excellent support throughout the past I  year,","   . ��� ��� |  . The scouting family in tills region has .  very much appreciated the kind consideration and willingness with which you I  have accepted the many press releases i  from local groups, district personnel ond |  releases sent out from Vancouver-Coast  Regional headquarters.  We value this support and sincerely.  hope this will continue in the months that  Ho ahead. Your help, makes our job Of  assisting boys to become good citizens of  our community so much easier.  W. L. WARNER, President  Vancouver-Coast Region  Councils, boards  meeting times ���  ' BOARDS and municipal councils hold  public meetings at the following times  and places,   ���  ��� Gibsons village council: municipal  hall, 2nd nnd 4th Tuesdays/7 p.m.  ������'������'���������, Sechelt school    board,   Gibsons,  2nd and 4th"Thursdays; 7:30 (Above  Kruse Drug Store,)  ��� Sechelt village council; municipal  hall, 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 7:36.  ��� Sunshine Coast Regional board:  Davis Bay, last Thursday of each month,  7:30 p.m. ' ���  Members of lho public may attend  anyof thesemeetings but generally must  obtain pnor permission in order to  speak or represent a delegation.  B.C. IS A  BEa^TliUL PLi.CE  flr>     V     1*     nr  DON'T MESS IT UP I  /  ESKEIS^ISjS*^^^^  wjgg?^^*-^^  ���  PENDER HARBOUR FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  will be held in the Community Hall, Madeira Park, April 21st,  2:00 p.m. for the purpose of ELECTING 1 TRUSTEE for the  above mentioned district.  r^lch ^Jrlwood  Returning Officer.  'H&JK.BfP$&KVB  _tJ&^&i!S&^��^^  ���55-?-  t^^^^^��^i^^^s2^^^^^^^^^^M:^^^^  Readers of Tho Peninsula Times hqve a chance to  win $400, a gold medal and national recognition by  entering Our Hometown Newspaper writing contest.  Readers are invited to express their opinions of The  Times. Objective of the contest is to encourage Times  readers to think about what their community newspaper  means to them, their families, their lives and their  communities and to set these ideas down in straight-  forward language..Polished literary expression is not  sought. The judges will be interested in simple, clear  exposition that indicates an awareness by the reader |  of the role of the weekly in tho community. -  Entries must at least 250 Words but not more than n  700 words. Entries will be published in The Times ai H  they are received. Deadline for entries is Friday, May 3. ^|  SEND ENTRIES TO: J  HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER CONTEST     "'_  i  0  Ii  c/o ^Jke f^enlnSuia  ^Jl  enutdui  P.O. Box 310, Sechelt, B.C  VON 3A0  ffw/rt'tLfj  a��v -���"* i����ffim*'*'**y.if'*a*.imjVimti ���*&���*)* ������*��� ���  ���W*a>ji aaHala > pA^a-fcyu! w | V_Hi|ff am ajmv mmfm\**j atm _W��* ���#��� a  0 The Peninsula Times ' Page B-3  Wednesday, April 10, 1974  DAVIS BAY���March meeting of the Sunshine Coast Power Squadron was held  at the home of John and Anna de Kleer1  of Davis Bay.  A most interesting guest was Oliver  Price, security officer and first aid attendant at Canadian Forest Products Ltd.,  Port Mellon. Price was there to bring  everyone up to date on, mouth-to-mouth  resuscitation, a practical knowledge important to persons on or near the water.  The next meeting slated for the Sechelt Peninsula Rod and Gun Clubhouse  April 19 in- Wilson Creek' will be election night.'  Business over for the evening, a real  fun night is planned so members are in  for a pleasantly relaxing evening.  Exam time and all those taking courses  have been cramming their heads with all  the nautical knowledge needed to pass.  Commander Don Hadden's spring refit  has left him barefaced.  "f^S  Land, iinancing available .,. .  0 w^ go��eEnment scheme  LOCAL residents may soon be eligible ' single' family dwellings, economically pro  for government financing and training    'hibitive," the department predicted,  to build their own homes under a recently "Individual families   will ,own  il5A'(^  L'% \*.f?^S_J tff   Y ��� l '    ~ ' -    ' i - i ���      ���   ���        **ii - ���  "    '    - m "      " ���"     ���       la- *_a_L  __**  MAW  announced housing department program;  based on' a similar scheme which has  proven successful in Nova Scotia.  According to the department: "In Nova  Scotia, the program has taken the form  of 10 to 12 people banding together to  study building methods during the winter months with the help of an educator  from St. Francois Xavier1 University and  building the following summer."  Dr. Duncan Mclntyre, director of the  ���Nova Scotia co-operative program, has  been retained to plan and implement the  scheme in B.C..  Provincial government assistance to  home builders will include consultant  services provided by a special branch in  the department, leasing of service lots,  A_l    j:__.1_��.   _ 4-    -.UnAMn    mKHin! 4..rrltr�� ��� ���     v��n,____        HT /\   ?��� If     4 ���        v\ ���.v.~trtt,l f\1 inrf    limr*    n nr*nln.+&A    f/\T*   fllCTilCalr    1T1  Vl~[   Ul&pidy   Ctl   VTCUavlia   UIUIUU- tuguvat    lace.      v��  v J-  xv    is       u��.|��ci>ucu. uig  , v��c*o   <u.v.i*��r��.wva,   j.vj.    uw^w;    _����.  pal hall is painting . of a tugboat award to first place   finishers in h-all by Mayor Larry Labonte, left.     a  scene,, .presented to the Sea. Caval- Cavalcade tugboat race. Names of Looking' on are Diane Quigg, festival interimT financing and a first mortgage',  cade committee by   Capt. William past winners have been engraved on co-ordinator, and Suzanne Jorgenson,        ��it _s ukely that the program will  Higgs and his wife, Ida*- in memory plaques around the frame.  Future Miss Sea Cavalcade 1973. Marine ar- chiefly operate outside the Vancouver and  of their son Jeff, who was involved in . winners' names will be added. Paint- tist John Horton painted the scene, victoria metropolitan areas, where land  the  organization   Of  the  first  local costs do not make the construction of  their  own homes when construction of all the  dwellings in a subdivision is complete."  Housing minister Lome Nicholson said  he was sure the program would draw an  enthusiastic response. ,  "Many British Columbians' will welcome the opportunity to use a hammer  and saw to build a home for their family," he said, predicting that the scheme  would offer considerable savings over  conventional home financing methods.  tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiimiim  I MISS BEE'S  h CARD & GIFT SHOP   I  = Wharf Rood - Sechelt - 885*9066 s  _ .     P.O. BOX 213 =  s ���  I Hallmarfe-Coutts   cards   and   wrappings. 5  : Fina   English  china  cups  and  saucers, s  s    Boutique items, local  artists paintings.    ��  s ��  ���<iilllilllillllliiiiiiilMlliiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiaiii(ii>  nnnMiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiuiniiiinitntinfiiiMuiwtttina  * Put your message into more  than 3,744 homes (15,000  readers) in these economical  spots. Your ad is always there  for quick' reference ....  anytime!  ���MIIUUtllllHItMl!  aHuuumiu  ���������iiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinitiHii:  "i  * Here's an economical way to  reach 3,744 homes (15,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference ....  anytime!  twinm***"*""  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons,  B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  * Office * Residential * Wake-up Calif  * Reasonable Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Call"  085-2245  APPLIANCE REPAIRS  We Repair:  ��� small kitchen & household appliances  ��� vacuum cleaners - power tools - electric  motors - almost anything small enough to  carry in. *  JOHN BUNYAN'S VARIETY  & ENTERPRISES  Cowrloo Street, Sechelt 885-9343  BUILDING SUPPLIES   A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -  Madoira Park Phone 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  (the Plywood People)  ALL PLYWOOD:  Exotic and Construction  Panelling - Doors - Mouldings  Glues -' Insulation  Hwy. 101    ���    Gibsons   ���    886-9221__  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  ; WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  ARCHITECTURAL-PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Architectural Builders' - - v   ~  and 'Development Planners  -- Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  Vancouver: 731-3448  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  ART SUPPLIES  Telephone 686-2069  ROSI & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's Ceramic Products  Pine Road _��� Grandvlew Avenue  P.O. Bex 62, Gibsons, D.C.  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes'  , - Volvo and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  BANKS    ��� !"��� f -   ���,  ROYAL DANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gib-ont Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Ponder Branch ���- Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madeira Park  . ��.' HOURS: '  1   lechelt; Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Frl. 10 a.m. to & p.m., Sat. 10 a,m, to 3 p.m,  Slbsons & Pander; Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.ft).; Friday ,10 a.m. to 6 p.ny.  blasting  ,,���w.:,.���jco^  All Work liwured  Free Bstlmateo  PRID DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  or 003-9972  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septle Tenia  Stumps �� DrNh Unee  Call for a free estimate any time  no POHLIY Pender Harbour 003-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO, LTD.  General Building Contractor*  All Work Guaranteed  Phone 885-2622  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD,  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your  Building Needs  PHONB VRRN, MI-3IH er 806-2344  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING AND  BACKHOE WORK.  1         TELEPHONE 886-9824      R.R. 2, Gibiom   COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING,:    "LTD. ��  Fill, Cement, Gravel, Drain Rock, eta.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING - SAND  GRAVEL - FILL  Phone 886-7109  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Ponder Harbour area  Sand - Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc.  We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks  to serve you.  R.R. 1  Madoira Park  Phone 883-9911  J. B. EXCAVATING CO LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoo - Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation   ,  Land Clearing ,  FREE ESTIMATES  L&H SWANSON LTD.  REAPY-MIX CONCRETE  Sond and Gravel - Backhoe  ,' Ditching - Excavation.   .  PORPOUU BAY ROAD  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  " MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios -���' Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free  EitlmataB Phone 885-9413  Land Clearlrig - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  R.R, 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  _ mQm 005.9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavation* - Road Building  '  Grading - Fill - Road Gray*. - Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Septic tank---Ditching  Excavating ���< Land, Clearing  Road Building ��� Gravel 6. Fill  886-2830  . ! :  '. i ..,  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD.  Gravel - Fill - Driveways   ,  Basements - Light Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  "*""* "''"'Mono'QQ4-MW dayi or^eyeii*"'  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  PonConPump  ,_ ^CONCRETE RUMPJ.N0, S^Y!CE.��� [,���.,,  .PORT MELLON (TO P��NDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886^9890  Use these spaces to  reach nearly  12,000 people  every week!  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  DIVIMG  amammamaammammmmammammmammmmmamaaammmmmmmaamamammmammaammaaammaaamamaaaaaaaammaaaaaamammmaaam  SCUBA WEST  Commercial Salvage TWet Suits  Clean Air: $1.75Jor 72 cu. ft.  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Phone 885-2305  DRIVEWAYS  CEMENT DRIVEWAYS  Free Estimates  Bank Financing Available  Gibsons Building Supplies  Phone 886-2642  MACHINE SHOPS  DRYWALL  NEW DIMENSION DRYWALL  Residential and Commercial  Textured-Ceilings ���- Gypsum> Board, applied>&  finished - Movable Partitions & T-bar Ceilings  CALL THE PROFESSIONALS,  COLLECT  255-3742 VANCOUVER  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  1 Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  p Residential - Industrial - Commercial,  All work guarantood ? Fro* estimate* ������  Jee McCann, Box 157, Medoira Park  Phew 883-9913  JIM McKENZIE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 005-9970  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD,  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  A�� the Sign of the Chovroa  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Automotive and Marino Repair.  Standard. Marine Station  Pheae 886-7721      Rea. 886-9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  ��� Hugh Baird ���  GENERAL MACHINE WORK AND WELDING  Mercedes-Benz Service  Diesel Work  24 HOUR SERVICE  Sechelt ��� 885-2523 days ���  885-2108 eves.  MARINE SERVICES  L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.  Marine Ways'to 42'  "Boftarri* Repairs   883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE ..INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoes  1 ��� Runabouts  ��� Used Boat Seles  FREE ESTIMATES - PH 886-9604 or 886-9111  MOBILE  HOME SERVICE  Sea Coast  MOBILE HOME SERVICE  (div.   of .Sea   Coast   Sheet  Metal   Ltd,)  ,@ . Complete Maintenance  @ Dorlt-Yourse|f Trailer Skirting  24-Hr.  ' '  Bex 920, Sechelt    sorvjco     Tel.'885-2712  FUEL  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSS07.PRpP.UCTS^HXw.  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  FLOORING    CABINETS  Cabinets - Carpets - Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair-Konnotr, lalot manager  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS   SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  ""'������"'""Dlanne-AllenrTroprietor"*;"'  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HOTELS  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phone 803-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ���Full HoNl FocilWoo���>  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  '���  Packing Materials for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINK  Canada's No. 1 Movers  . Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1  Gibsons  NURSERY  ,  Mack's Nuroery - Roberto Creek  Landscapliig - Shrubs - Fruit Trees . Fertiliser  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed.Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. -Ph. 886-2684  OPTOMETRIST  ..i.hhiip-i.���ii.���.^���.i...i.ii.iii..iiiiI.i.ii,.....iiiii. F'��� ��������� ��� .laaami���laawwia. a-~n��wi.aai--aii.i���ii^  FRANK E. DECKERrOPTOMSTRIST  Bal Block, Gibsons - Wednesdays  886-2248     ,  Sechelt - Mondays - 885-9712  7'     i  PAINTING & DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING fr  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2107  SUNSHINE COAST PAINTERS  All typos of Pointing  Private & Commorclal  General Delivery  Madeira Park, P,C,  883-2678  PLUMBING 8t  HEATING  HEATIMG & PLUMBING cont.  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Giboons      ^  4  Plumbing ��� Pipefitting - Steamfirting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  House Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  Heating ��� Ventilation ��� Air Conditioning  Domestic, Commercial and Industrial  Free Estimates ��� 24 hour service  Box 920, Sechelt Tel. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett * 885-2466  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract &-Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coatee 886-7685  Ray Coatee 886-9533 or 886-7872  REFRIGERATION SERVICE  John Harrison  REFRIGERATION  &  APPLIANCE  SERVICO  ���Used appliances for sale  Pratt Road, Glbsona  886-9959  RENTALS  ROOFING .(Cont.)  SUNSHINE ROOFING  SHAKES ��� SHINGLES ��� DUROID  order your shakes early - check our prices first  Q  Custom shakes split to order  ��   Roof repairs  ��   Eaves and trough cleaning  Box 380, Sechelt Phone 885-2553  ROOFING��� RE-ROOFING  * Repairs  * Reasonable  Phone 885-9091  GENERAL ROOFING  Shakes - Shingles - Duroid - Tar & Gravel  RE-ROOFING AND  REPAIRS  Free Estimates - All Work Guaranteed  Box 948, Sechelt '    Phone 885-9091  SEWING  MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  T  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS, and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES  Easy Strip Concrete Forming Systems 7 Compressors ' - Rototillers - Generators - Pumps -  Earth, Tampers   ,  Sunshine Coast Hwy. & Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK ,    PHONE 883-2585  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  COAST RENTALS  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting  '.''    : "Plants./ ' ';' ;  '  R.R. 1, Davis Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION ANb STRIPPING  (   Comploto Instructions Provided  "*" FISHER'" FORM*'RINTALSTO���  885-2612/885-2848/885-2359 eves.  "RENT IT AT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North Road, Gibsons  "Wo front or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters -Lighting Plants . Televisions  Roto Tlllsrs . Cement Mixers - Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 886-2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  G 5< E Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  - Plumbing: Repairs and Installations  . Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heating  CIRTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed Chorl.bol,  frf Estimates 886-7638  Pox 163, GlheeiM.  C fi, S HARDWARE  Socholt, .D.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  ROOFING  BILL BLACK ROOFING  8, INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR'* GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 2B1. Gibsons  886*7320  SIGN PAINTING  AL'S SIGNTIFIC SIGNS  Show Cards - Banners - Truck Lettering  Boats - Plywood Signs - Windows, etc.  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W. ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office  885-2625      Home 885-9581  ,   Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P;0. Box 609, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C, - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5.90 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only  TOWING  7 Scowe - Logs  SECHELT TOWING fi, SALVAGE  ���--LTD."',-;- ���   -;"���-���   ���  Heavy Equipment Moving 8_ Leg Tewing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885*9421  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  ' ��� Complete Tree Service  ���  Prompt, guaranteed, Insured work  *"*"* "*""'* ��� * Pricaw"ybM"rc��n~'tru��t"*"'" *" """  Phono 885-2109  VIEW DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  - clean-up your wooded areas  �� rqmovo lower limbs, for vlow  -top tall trees adjacent to buildings  Mary Volon 886-9597  T7.V* and RADIO  MC ELECTRONICS  PHILCO-FORD SALES ft SERVICE  p���wo sorvlco oil brands���..  885-2568  next lo Coast Cable Villon  SECHELT  >������"-'���"���"-'��������� mxmmtm ���jiaapii.i.Wuai.i-n-p.i.iw.... ������������.i.i.ap..iw>l��ia��-wlw-.il.ll .ii....,^  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  "*J -���--������"     :5olii��*"6nd'S��rvlM'"""7"''*'"~"~**'"  Authorised Dealer and Repair Depot for  QUASAR (Motorola)��% PHILCO  Cowrie Street, Secholt ���- Phone 881*2171 ,  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver���-Dork Von Hoes  "IN THE HEART OF'DOWTOWN SECHELT'  Box 799, Sechelt ������ Phone 005-9016  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  I  \ THIS IS THE way it's done, boys, -      II  says Larry Farr to Ken DeVries, Co_^fjo/f    l^nflC  Jack White and Ken Orosby of the __/Ct_.I IXSLL    lULf ��Cd  Gibsons Lions Club. The occasion was Tuesday ladies league: High single, Nell     W.  the annual Lions   golf   tournament        jagelT262; Jenny Mackiy, 226; Bonnie    ___yif.    Jscfoi* _���  -  Sunday. Farr was a good teacher be- stairs, 219. High three, Neil Jager, 663;'  cause   he   won  low   gross   and  the Bonnie Starrs, 605; Brerida Siebert, 583.  Closest id the pin (23%' feet on num.- Monday mixed 10 pins:. Ladies high  ber eight hole). Sunshine Coast lions,   single, Helen Sinclair, 166.'Men's high  Club won the trophy with the team single,  Laurie  Rantala,  215;  high two,  low gross of 57.3. Gibsons Club had . Ron Robinson,  370. Season's high team  59.1. Pender Harbour Lions Club did single: Hydrowlers, 930. Season's high  not show up.' High gross winner was team two: Hydrowlers, 1;715  Ken DeVries and he won a crying ^)?!^Lc^n��cial:��-PaVBea7_L^  towel.  Least putts winner was Wes gj8)���jf ��� J60. 2 6; Mapr Hender^n (656)  House of Sechelt. Most putts winner fOl, 206, 248; Lola Caldwell (720) 190, 302,  was DeVries who,was   on a golf  course for the first time in his life.  fime&  \  This is a $4.00 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,5,00 homes (9,000 people!)  each week. It's"���the.most economical way to  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into 65% more homes" than-  any other newspaper produced in this area.  The Times  885-9654 or 885-2635 (Sechelt)  886-2121 (Gibsons)  228.  ' Sechelt junior bowlers: Natan Gibbons,  126, 148; Margot Wilson, 137; Sandy Jorgensen, 133; Brian Flay, 136; Bonnie  Janiewick, 189, 149, Jim De Hart, 126, 149;  Barbara Gibson, 158; Romeo. Lizee, 151;  lAnn Creighton, 154, 126; Lisa English, 131.  Saturday Super Stars (12 to 16 years):  -;Mike English 250; Brian Phillips 203;  Sam Casey 212 (216); Terry Jaeger 203;  Holly Comeau 177; Janet Shewchuck 179.  A group of us snowmobile buffs were  talking about what to do with our machines in the summer. My neighbor came  up with the idea of selling his for enough  money to see a psychiatrist���to try and  find out why 'he bought it in the first  place.  '-.IKSSESa     _��_^fe_    K^v ._�������*&-. IffiF  I  THi NSW WHARF OR  BOATHOUSE FI_OAIATldN!  Replace your sunken logs with proper floatation under   g  your present boathouse '. .. . suitable for tie-up buoys.   g  S  This type of floatation 'Is used tires, pressure-filled   fc  with styrofoam; mounted under a wooden platform and  ��  pro-drilled with galvanised belts and nails.  1  _fSW  mam i'l*_duu_i^  TOpPIWhw  _*��� ��� --i-*-t-in . r .  nrnf-M    1   1  8'* 20' BOCK K17 ��� Complete  will carry 4,400 lbs.  $645.95 plus taxes  Prlco increase duo to rapidly rising lumbor costs.  '  s  I LIGHTWEIGHT HAMPS:  ^    ��� 32' Ai^jnM^c/w Plywood D��ckl^  w    ��� Lightweight all welded construction -��� bring In for winter  ��� Corrosion Resistant ��� long life, built In B.C. to suit B.C.  1  * DISTRIBUTORS  !  P.O. Pox 24 GARDEN BAY       883-2671 or 434-9158  ^mimmmmifmtm/rmimirnttmrmrmmttiirfmtmrtmimmrrmiS,  1       r ���  Peg�� B-4       ���   Tho PeeifessaSa Tfe_s��s  Wednesday- April 10, 1974  Keep kites away  from powerlines  KITE flying time is here once again and'  -. B.C. Hydro issues its annual warning  to all youngsters���and grown-ups as well  .���not to fly kites near powerlines or  towers.  "*���"' "Everyone should understand that the  ._  ' cord holding a kite, particularly if the  ��    cord is wet, may act as a conductor if it  touches a charged powerline," says Bill  Stockton, manager   of Hydro's    Powell  River power district.  "The electric current can travel down  the cord to the person holding it.-If this  happens the consequences^ can be very  serious. ���  "So have fun but play safe. Keep kites  well away from powerlines, poles and  towers. If a kite should become tangled  in powerlines drop the cord at once. Don't  pull on it. Don't try to free the kite  with' a long pole. The pole too can act  as a conductor."  Each year serious * accidents occur in  British Columbia because people do not  heed this warning. Grown-ups as well  as children have been killed while trying  to free a kite from powerlines.  "B.C. Hydro urges all youngsters and  all parents to study the following code and  follow it to the letter," says Stockton.  ���'Always fly kites in an. open field  or park, away from powerlines, towers  and traffic.  ���Use perfectly dry string,, never wire  or metallic string.  ���Never try to remove a kite that  catches on electric powerlines or towers.  ���Don't fly a kite in wet or stormy  weather.  ���Have fun with your kite���but play  safe, too.  8 WEEKS ONLY ��� STARTING WEEK OF APRIL 29th ��� THOSE  INTERESTED PLEASE PHONE YOUR HOSTS AL AND PAUL OLSEN  !  cslso Youth i@wl._ng Lecagmes  ���        OPEN BOWLING  =__=_________==  Friday and Saturday:  7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.  Sundays: 3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.  An  aaaaamaaammaaaam^tamami  z-J^-z-v*s^^~fi?^a;:  r^'g^^^^^^ssas  MqimfliWrfl- 4  _-  l*  ������"���-��    ���W-.r^--'  ���_ 4  '    I  "T  JU  :__.    - _*�� - -   "X.  $ 1  f. i  .US.- �� *A ���  .       >a  I?  <S~V  Wednesday, April 10, 1974 The Peninsula Times  Page B-5  ;   . ^  aOnCEiOFJRNMIl  The Village of Gibsons invites tenders for grading and surfacing  the tennis courts at Elphinstone Secondary School, Gibsons,~E}.C.  > ������   '  Tenders" will be received up to April 19th, 19747 Specifications  car* be' obtained by contacting Project Co-ordinator, Jim Weir, at  Elphinstone Secondary School. *~J ,  (jack  Cropland  Village of Gibsons  *- **      c"*___5  __a_s____*____i_m__  ������M^^  *   ."=���  V-^ rJUi *^>  -3  SPECTATORS HAD an opportunity " Here, a Lynn Valley player displays  ."*    to see juvenile soccer at its best Ap-   some, fancy headwork during one of  ril 7 during gala Soccer Day in1 Gib-    the tourney's most exciting games.  sons. Teams   from throughout the. Full results will appear in next  ���   coast and Vancouver area attended,    week's issue of The Times.  TWO LOCAL juvenile soccer players took on division 8 youngsters in a  have momentum on their side as.they friendly game. In case, you're won-   Parliament Hill report . . .  charge into Mountie territory during dering, the Mounties won.  Soccer Day in Gibsons April 7. RCfMBP  <  oesn i wan  shut to VLA legislation  "-"��,��vn  VY.  *ii,v ��7i-  "% .. ~h  &>. ���   M-        ��� *-���  ��-*������  . -���--������.._  * h 7~%-  - j  ON MARCH  12, the official opposition There is no doubt that the Pood Prices  moved the following want of confi- Review Board and its role in controlling  dence motion in the government. "This prices had become an important  issue  House regrets that the government has in Parliament. On several occasions, the  not extended the March 31, 1974 deadline board has reported to the government on  under the Veterans* Land Act and called , unjustifiable cost  increases.  It  has  no  upon the government to consider taking power to enforce its recommendations or  immediate steps to extend this deadline." to roll back prices. This situation should  While the motion looks good on paper, not be allowed to continue,  it would have been a disaster for the vet- When the Food Prices Review Board  erans if it had been accepted. Approval Was set up in the spring of 1973, our party  of the motion would have shut the door pressed for legislation to give it powers to  .                        ri            .���        ...���.      .,v I*/*    on the last hope for extension of the enforce its recommendations;  Suggested  '"   �����!' '.   -'*' V      f-i    ^**    V-v- /'                     Veterans' Land Act. It was a vote of non- amendments along these lines were de-  .,  ,      *.''*/$->   ���?.     ���  Jg      ,"-���*>'- ' -rr-^1    confidence and would have forced and feated by the standing committee which  ^ /'-Wi-~ ' =������ ���       (".*>>���'���  -J         *'      v.-        7- ���  j   election. As the VLA legislation was sup- dealt'with  the  legislation. There  is  a  '*"'-'      "���      -      f -'"  ���'-   ���"            --v          ..     \    posed to expire at the end of March, pas- growing demand  among members  that  '���:���    N^         "������      sage of the motion would have effectively the board be given powers to do the  [- _,������; ,_ *                  killed, in this parliament, any chance of job of policing unwarranted    price in-  bringing about the etxension for which creases. Pressure is growing on the gov-  members of all parties have been press- eminent for action along these lines and  r<r.          ing.                                   ^ for the setting up of a general prices  The Conservatives, when speaking on review board which should also have the  the motion, urged its accceptance,  not necessary powers to check those infla-  -."'���"    ����� ������.              \     realizing that such a procedure would tionary trends that are to be found in  7             "     effectively-kill any hope of amending the every phase of the economy.  "*                     ^ legislation before it expired at the end Recently we saw action taken in the  DOGS fi��M��QM�� BgEGt  Take Notice that by Authority of the Wildlife Act  .ANY.DOG'" /  Found Running at Largex arid, Harassing Deer  WILL BE DESTROYED  FROM APRIL 1, 1974 to SEPTEMBER 8, 1974  _ IN THE FOLLOWING AREA:  McfUabb Creek to Egmont  Director,  Fish and Wildlife Branch,  Dept. of Recreatioh chd Conservation  _i��tBiS-S-i_a-i-e--iii-in_i-a--!_a_s-3  ^^ssmoBam  .'    ...*������ ���*���;!.., ���������������'.   F,   -/.\     ���   f  ^ ���������>*_..  .-..*���*\s      \    ivs,'.,.>    r?~  V ���  v:  ; --<.  ._      -_.<���.���: ~i  J *   "Al t  of the month. United Kingdom by the newly elected  The NI>P voted against the motion     labour government Within several days  but we first gained a commitment from     of the election the government had order- ;'  Hhe minister-that the matter would *b# *���- ed the freezing ofr rents and the roll back A  reviewed before'the end of March: We'   ' of certain retail prices. Apparently the  NEW BOOKS:  - PACIFIC FISHES OF CANADA, by  J. L. Hart    ,  - ARTIFACTS OF THE NORTHWEST  COAST INDIANS  - NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN ART  - SCHOOLING YOUR YOUNG HORSE  - FIRST AID FOR HORSES  - HORSEBACK RIDING FOR BEGINNERS  ~- GUESTS NEVER LEAVE HUNGRY  - FIRST TIME FARMERS GUIDE  ,- BASIC PRINCIPLES OF MARINE  NAVIGATION  - SAILING MANUAL FOR BEGINNERS ,  ,c,YOUR INCOME TAX  - HASSLE-FREE SEWING,  OUR  LONG-AWAITED  SHIPMENT OF  I    GRUMBACHER SUPPLIES  HAS ARRIVED!  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CHIROPRACTOR  Poet CWloo BuiMIno Secheit     '  , PfeofM 083.2191  Wodnoddays and Saturdays  \0 o.r��. - BtlS p.m.      10 a.m. ��� 2:30 p.m.  for the government to take favourable     similar legislation shuold not be on our  ���J.,   action before the end of March. statute books.  ., .J**   " ���- The non-eonfidenoe ' game  that  has  -vj,.   ^    been played in the House reflects:  15  "    *" 1) The determination of the Conserva  tive Party to gain power by embrarass-'  ing the NDP into voting against the gov-  .w7 _   ernment. (  2) The determination of the NDP to  -*������     ��� ^'���*.-    vote against every Conservative non-con-  ', " "v        ���", I l."      _?"'"'   fidence motion so that Parliament can  -    .    ���   . ��� '. 1   continue to function until such time as the  ���-������"*   interests of the people are no longer be-  IT'S A CLOSE fight for possession o_   ing served. ^  the hall between Gibsons ROMPP As the result of my recent question-  Oonst. Jeffrey Kraemer and his ex- ^^ indicated, the people are not ln-  perien<ied opponent Kraemer came   tested in an early election mainly be-  .out on top, however, during Soccer ^e4fey feel that+moTe .����n Jf. ��*����*  rv��,iJ, r^KiAt,�� Ar��ji ����� nff�������w^*^Tir fr001 "^ government, whether Liberal or  Day in Glbsoxis April 7. Mounties took conserwUve, through a minority situa-  on divisJion 8 players in lighthearted tion.  game before serious juvenile play       The response to my questionnaire also  began. Twelve local teams and five indicated that the cost of living is the  from Vancouver took part. major issue facing the country.  ^'i" Ii1!'11 i'ii i   i ] i _>t I '    ii' if   i'V ifi   i'iIi'iVn'  Til only be two more dayn, lion,     "Dad's coming home Fluff,  love the kids for me." You better have a bath!"  HT'.  o  t tfttMrf  ese rates  Between 11 ant and 8 a.m. you can call most  places in Eu lor only 23 cents a minute      uue funded  maxirtuun,isyoii dial yourself. Wouldn't  someone love to hear from you?  RCJ��L<&  "Ymi can talk with m,n  so close."  Think hocKey'a tough today? Not on your alapahotl You 9hould  hay'?.,,,a����0.J* way-b^ It cnllod  for a real...man's .J3oer,.pld. Sty(e, Slovycbrewed and natural ly aged .   .  for big beer flavour. It's the one thing that doesn't change. Old  Style's still ^ winner, year after year after year. Try It, YoM'llbbV.^7  a fan, too, ���     .  UI d J$tMI e SLOW-DnEWED AND NATUnALUY AQED, Christian Science  EASTER every  day^ ^Let  us , sing  of .  Easter gladness.  That rejoices every day"���-begins a  favorite hymn. But it applies to every  day of the year. There is always something to rejoice about���be it the blooms  on the daffodils���or the butter on the  bread.  Joy is a healing state of mind. It lifts  us. When the darkness of trouble in any  form seems to surround us, a way to the  light can be found. For "joy" is native to  our nature, not depression. We can begin by gratitude for the many simple  things which have given us gladness in  the past and the remembrance will illuminate our thought'tuitil-it is fully whole  and happy again.  Christ Jesus unyielding love of God  assured his resurrection and an endless  example for all mankind.  On the Christian Science radio series  ���the Truth That Heals advertised in The  Times_ today���people tell of glad expe-?  riences through using these true thoughts.  For further information or free literature concerning Christian Science, please  contact the. assistant committee on publications for" the Sunshine Coast,-885-9778.  \��*  We believe  Page B-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 10, 1974/  V.  '<*.'���  ft' __*'  r- v .��.*_  .������   ���      Mis  1  ^**Bw_*B��  iiiuiiffiifitirtnnnunntniiiKiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiir.  m  Gibsons Pentecostal  HIGHWAY & MARTIN  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Services 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.  PHONE 886-7107  Factor: Gerry Fostor  *\X$  l"iSl*  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  Sunday School  Morning Worship  Evening Service  Prayer & Bible Study, Wed.  Gospel Hour (Gr. 2-6) Fri.   PHONE 885-2671  PASTOR:  FRED NAPORA  10:00 a.m.  11:15 a.m.  7:30 p.m.  7:30 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  EASTER   SERVICES:  Good Friday Service: April 12, 7:30 pm  at Gibsons United Church  Guest Preacher, Rev. Gordon How  Easter Sunday, April 14: Family Service  at all three churches.  MINISTRY:  Rev. Jim Williamson, Gibsons, 886-2333  ST. HILDA'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SECHELT  EASTER   SERVICES:  Good Friday:  10:30 a.m. Devotions  Easter'Day:  8:30 and 10:00 a.m. Holy  Communion.  7:30 p.m., Easter Carol Service.  Choir: The Sunshine Choristers.  The Rev. N.J. Godkin, Tel. 885-2640  EASTER EVERY DAY  Christ Jesus' unyielding love of God  assured him resurrection and an endless  example for all mankind.  Broadcast this Sunday over more than  a thousand stations including CJVB.  1470 Kcs. Vancouverot 9:30 o.m.  ihefltflH  fharHIALS  A Christian Science Radio Series.  gUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIiai>UIIII|>IIMIIIIIII>lllllllll|ll��J  BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES   J  Calvary Baptist Church   ]  Park Road, Gibsons 3  Office: 886-2611 Res; 886-7449 =  ,      Morning Worship 9:30 a.m.      ';.'�����  Sundoy School 10:45 a.m. ��  ,        Evening Worship ( 7:00 p.m.  Prayer 8. Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p,m,  7   Weekly Youth Programs  I    Bethel Baptist Church  Mermaid & Trail, Sechelt  j Office; 886.2611 ,    Ros: 886-7449  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  " Morning Worship 11! 15 a.m.  Prayer & Bible Study Wednesdays. 7:30 p.m. |  Weekly Youth Programs ��� ��  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor 1  M<iaiii��i��iiiiniiaiiiiaiiiiaiiiii��a*��aiiiiiiii��iiiMiiiiiMiiiiiifi  iGSfer rnes  for Baptists  THE 'REV. Philip Collins of Vancouver,  area minister for the Baptist Union of  Western Canada, will be guest speaker  at the 9:30 Easter Sunday morning service at Calvary Baptist Church Gibsons,  and the 11:15 service that same morning  at Bethel Baptist Church, Sechelt.  Rev. Collins hails from the Maritimes  where he held pastorates before coming  to B.C." We welcome him to our churches  and to the Sunshine Coast," said Pastor  Erickson.  Along with the Easter service Calvary  Baptist will have a service of dedication  for the recently purchased organ, for the  pastor's study which was constructed  within the last year, and for the new  office furnishings.  Wednesday evening, April 10 (tonight), the pioneer girls' committee members, from both churches will entertain  the Colonists and their mothers at a  mother and daughter banquet in Calvary  church.  Thursday, April 11, a youngs people's  gathering will be held at Bethel Baptist  church in Sechelt. \The ladies of the congregation will be serving supper to the  group and then the young people will  meet for an evening of program and  fellowship.  With the Rev. Fred Napora, newly'  installed pastor of the Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church, Davis Bay, leading, a song  ��est was held on a recent Sunday evening  at Calvary Baptist Church when congregations -from several churches came together to sing hymns.    /  This new,feature was such a success  that it is hoped it can .become a monthly  affair. The next such song fest will probably be held in the Davis Bay-Sechelt  area.  Easter outdoor service  slated for April 14  GIBSONS���An Easter Sunday morning  outdoor service will be held at Sunny-  crest shopping plaza April 14. .���,.  Ijdcal pastors will read relevant pas-  ��� sages from the scriptures and participants  will sing traditional Easter hymns.  ]     According to Ted Peters, one of the  organizers: "The emphasis of the program  , will be to draw our attention to the ���resur-  7 rection of Jesus Christ as : it took place  , In an outdoor setting nearly two thousand years sago,"    '''."'���"'';  This is the first time such a'service  ,   hns been Held on ��ho Sunshine Coast,  "but'they are wejll received in many other  areas."   ���    ,������,,,���'     " :.��� ���'���������!���������  , Peters said the event may become an  annual one, depending on public response.  The service starts at 7 a,m,  By Elder and Sister Warren L. Jones  Church   of  Jesus   Christ   of  Latter-day  Saints.  SPRING is bursting with new life. Frogs ,  emerge from' swamp bottoms- and  sound forth' their chorus. Green blades  shoot from the moist earth;- bulbs flower  in yellow, pinks and purple. Fruit trees ,  clo'.he their bare limbs in delicate, shimmering blossoms. Birds hatch their eggs  and animals give birth to their young at  Easter-time.' t        ��  At this season of 'new life, how appropriate that we commemorate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, and reflect on  his promise that we all shall live-again.  Richard L. Evans writes: "..."You  see, we live in the midst of miracles.  "We see them on every side. The first  flower of spring* is a miracle, the first  bud that breaks winter's death 'and dormancy. '  "Birth itself is a miracle���the awesome, sobering miracle of the newborn  babe, with hands", reaching, with eyes  watching, with ears listening, and intelligence that responds to truth. The fact  that we live, that we are, that we think  and learn and love���all this is a miracle  and a mystery.  "Who gave instinct to animals? Who  ' gave  the body  wisdom  to  heal itself?  Who gave two cells the intelligence to  _ join and divide, to become an eye, or a  tooth, or the hairs of the head? Natural or  supernatural?  "We recall the question of Pascal:  'Which is more difficult, to be born, or to  rise again?' And the Lord God who gave  us life here can give us life everlasting.  "To the believer there is the blessing  of believing, even of knowing beyond  belief. And to those who search and seek,  to those Who sorrow, to those who are  fearful and frustrated, to those who wonder, and to those who weary along the  way, this is the assurance of our Savior:  that for us and for all men he did come  " forth from death to life; he did redeem  us all from death. ,  "With Job we would witness with a  certainly of assurance: '. . . I know that  my redeemer liveth.' To you who love  -by Pastor Gerry Foster,��� life, and to you who have lost those you  The Public Health Inspector for the Sechelt Peninsula is  expected to be absent for approximately four additional weeks  due to illness.  Since no additional staff is available, the Squamish Inspector  will visit the Sechelt Peninsula each Tuesday and Wednesday.  Due to heavy workload some delays should be expected.  I would appreciate those dealing with The Inspector to be  patient and assured that the staff is endeavouring to complete  their work as quickly as possible.  edJr. KJ.-ST. ZJhoreA  DIRECTOR      !  Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit  L  Does Your Club or Group report its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  "A GREAT WAY to raise money,"  said Cecelia Scott of West Sechelt as  shs accepted a $100 cheque from Sunshine Coast Lions Club vice-president  Wes Klaus. Mrs. Scott was the latest  winner in the club's community bingo. Mts. Scott said that she has supported Lions' projects right along and  she always .buys bingo cards. Poster  in the background advertises another  Lions project, Easter seals which is  in full swing. All Lions' clubs on the  Sunshine Coast support Easter seals.  From the pulpit  Gibsons Pentecostal Church  EVERYONE knows this weekend is Hester. You will make plans to visit or  entertain because it is a long weekend.  Children and young people will have a  couple of days off from school. There will  be Easter eggs and Easter hams and  Easter bonnets. Yes, we will all be aware  that it is Easter.  But what really counts about Easter?  When did it start and what does it represent? First of all, let me say that it does  not matter about the actual dates it falls  on or the names Good Friday or Easter  itself. Please,, don't get hung up on the  trivialities and miss the important issues.  The fact that should* really concern you  is the death of. Jesus Christ. This is the  focal point of history. The Bible says,  "Jesus Christ, suffered and died for your  sins." That beautiful hymn, The Old Rugged Cross, says, 'and I love that old cross  where the dearest and best for a world  of lost sinners -was slain.' The Lord  from Heaven died for us unworthy sinners. Another hymn says, "Bearing shame  and scoffing rude, in my place condemned  He stood;. sealed' my pardon with His  bipod; Hallelujah! what a Saviour."  I want you to get a hold on this' blessed historical fact that Jesus died for you.  Think on it much, my friend. You are  confronted with it, now what are you  going to do about it? Reflect on His love  for you. this Easter season. And as' someone has' said, "hearts are made of stone  if they are not broken by such love". Get  it some thought. You owe it to Jesus, if  not yourself.  love,  take this  comfort,  this  assurance  to your hearts, this  day���and always."  Sunshine Choristers  lo sing at St. Hilda's  SECHELT��� The Sunshine Choristers will  sing at St.  Hilda's Hall,  Easter Day,  at  7:30  p.m.,  said Mrs. John    Godkin,  director.  The Choristers will perform in conjunction with special Easter services in  the hall Everyone is welcome, to attend.  Cement Septic Tcsnk Beisfallafioros  cJUltchlna   -   C^xcauati  xcauauna  Larcd C.ewssDg - Btoead Building  ��   Kjravel and *jrill  886-2830  Strange how much you've got 'to know1  before you know how little you know.  J^enlnsuia cJ3noe - urn  HIGHWAY 101  �� SECHELT �� 885-2311  weciaid  inede  QfOOi  TAKE OUT ORDERS  Good Friday and Saturday, April 12 & 13  GIBSONS���FJve Gibsons residents have  been nominated by village council'to ���  sit on a-local board of Inquiry to be set  up by the provincial government under  the Human Rights Code.       '  .  Thoy' tire Chris Beacon, Reed Road;  Don Pearsall, Abbs Road; Ken Barker,  Alderspring Road; Eileen Glassfoxd, Marine Drive and Irene Puchalsld, Park Road,'  Purpose'of the boards, which will be-  established ph n provlnce-wldc basis, is to  Investigate complaints of violations under  the Human Rights Code.  "Tho responsibilities and powers of tho  boards of inquiry aro very serious," noted  tho department of labor, "Complaints under tho Human Rights Code that are not  possible to, settle will' bo referred to a  board of inquiry, who will bring, down  an order enforceable In' the courts."  Tha boards imny dismiss complaints ns  being unjustified, make an order that the  contravention ,ba rectified or order that  ..,,a.person,,bo..xonipon8(<lQ.d~)(pr_:Any'_jwag��?^  or salary lost of expenses Incurred becauso, of a contravention. , '��� . '"  ' "In cases of wnntbn disregard and  aggravated damages to feelings or self-  respect (lho.board) may order compon-  natlon up to $0,000,'"'added the doparl-  ment,   '..."'  (minimum deposit $500.00)  ACT MOW.' Tomorrow May Be Too late!  i  �� Happeningsaround the Hor hour  ~ by Kathleen Yull 883-9068  THE fish are biting, and the tourist and   health to move-to Sechelt Tsome time ago,  summertime   fishermen   are   coming    paid a visit  to He old home  "town"  back.  If yotfve been travelling on the    recently.  ferries   recently,   you'll  realize   this   ��� ~       And today is" the occasion" for the now  they've been running behind schedule lor    traditional Easter hat tea at the Egmont  a couple of weeks at least Indications    Community. Hall. The ladies of the Com-  are that there will be less accommodation   munity Club and their guests celebrate  available for-visitors this year, with one   this annual event by attending afternoon  local marina  going  out  of.the  tourist   tea in hats which they have concocted  business, and at least one campsite closing   out of odds and ends they find around  down. So if you have friends who are   the house. And some weird and wonder-  planning  a .vacation on the. Peninsula,   ful headgear is to be seen!  better get the word to them that reservations should be made early. T 1 !���__���    J  Even before the spring and summer    jjOCal   1-1811   QUailtieCl  influx had reached us���on March 31���                                       *  our local cubs had a very successful tag  day. You'll remember that-was the effort  which they made to raise, funds for the  Target 10,000 campaign of the Sunshine  Coast Coordinating Committee on Health  and, Human Resources, designed -to provide funds for-the purchase of a' bus to  serve the area, taking peopple to medical  and   dental   appointments.   Once  again,  Pender Harbour has shown its mettle, and  once,'again it has been the young people  who have excelled. Our cubs succeeded in  raising a greater sum than the youngsters in either Sechelt or Gibsons- Congratulations boys!"  Sheila McCann says there has been a  gratifying response from neighbors making contributions to the���trust fund for  Donna Newick. A considerable sum' was,  raised .on the occasion of the Legion  shuffleboard dinner and dance, when a  power saw-donated by A.C. Rentals was  raffled. (Geoff Fletcher was the lucky  winner���and what could be more suitable  than that it be won by a carpenter).  Donna is still in hospital in Vancouver.  Wednesday, April 10, 1974  Tho Peninsula Timet Page B-7  In Halfmoon Bay  Seeheti News Notes  io teach meditation  FORMER , Roberts Creek ��� resident Len  . MacMillan, 25, has just returned from  a transcendental meditation" teacher  training course in Belgium following his  recent graduation from the Maharishi International University .in Spain.  He is. now fully qualified as a teacher  of the Science of Creative Intelligence  (SCI) and transcendental meditation.  MacMillan will be working in coordination with the International Meditation Society in Gibsons, operated by  Daryl and Carol Henn. .���.,  By teaching TM, MacMillan hopes to  help "eliminate the age-old problems of-  mankind within this generation," according to the International Meditation Socie-  ty. '    ,-,    " ���  For further information, call Daryl or  Carol Henn at 886-7654 or Len MacMillan  at 886-2525.  THIS IS THE photograph Gordon  Troll claims to have taken- of the  seldom-sighted Halfmoon Bay Sea  Hag. He said he used an old wooden  Kodak camera to makeiihe exposure.  HALFMOON BAY���First reported sighting since 1910 of Halfmoon,Bay's elusive "Sea Hag" .was made March 27 by  Gordon. Troll of Sechelt.'  He claimed he watched the 30-foot  "monster" dart from the depths,of Halfmoon Bay and catch a duck in mid-flight.  J'lt came right out of the, depths of  the water and writhed on top like a  squiggley snake," he told The Times. "It  was only on the surface for about 40 seconds.",     - -  ; ��� But that was long enough to take its  picture, claimed the eyewitness.  ��� "Only my quick1 reflexes enabled me  to. capture it on film with my wooden  Kodak," he said.  ���    The Sea Hag looks not unlike a log  when it is on the surface, noted the former  ���Vancouver antique store proprietor.  .    "Because of this, a lot of people see  it without- realizing it." '  Immediately after his sighting, Troll  .��� contacted the .federal fisheries research  board to report the incident.  "They thanked me very much and  sent me >seven whale sighting books. Apparently they don't have monster sighting  books."  ���    The Sea Hag is harmless to swimmers,  Troll assured The Times.  "Just before it went under, it seemed  to wink at me in a friendly sort of way."  TWELVE Rebekah sisters and. one brother travelled to Powell River for the  president's    homecoming    at the Beach.  Gardens Motel.'  Hie get-acquainted tea was held in the  afternoon at St. John's -United ��� Church,  and the banquet was held in the Pow-  Wow room of the Beach Gardens in the  evening. The president of the Rebekah  Association .of B.C. is Mrs.- Hilda Schad  from Teshquoit Lodge.   -  The Rebekah's newest senior housing  which will open, in Nanaimo for residency  May 5,. on Buttercup Avenue has' been  done strictly by the Rebekah's themselves.  The Paetkau family have .returned  from their holiday across the1 water, taking advantage of what is a hop, skip and  a jump away from home. Skiing on  Grouse mountain, relaxing in North Vancouver, taking in a few shows with a  Pegfy Coaner  quick trip to Nanaimo for Bonnie and  Karin to take part in the    Driftwood  ' production at the North Vancouver Is-  ' land Festival. ' \ ~  Mrs. Barry Kassen and son Rees flew  to Calgary for a visit with* her parents  Mr. and Mrs. Reese of that city.  Mrs. Isavel Leech of the Sew Easy  - store in Sechelt who was' missing from  here f.:a three weeks, was, along with  husband Gar,r' visiting"their daughter in  New Zealand and enjoying the Fiji Islands.  Springtime and not only the birds are  on the move but people are too'. If anyone has news of visitors at their home  or travellers ��� returning from holidays,  newcomers to the area,, or the like, print-  " able of course, call me at 885-9347.  Killer whales" were cruising north  through local waters last Thursday.  Jrevor  IA/.  ti leate  cf   zJLarru C*. cJLe  ,ewi$  ,   LICENCED DENTAL MECHANICS  ,. are pleased to announce the April 19th opening  of their office for complete denture service.  SUITE 202, MARINE BLOCK - 1571 MARINE DRIVE, GIBSONS  Hours by Appointment: 886-2712  CARPET BOWLING  Three champion carpet bowlers from  Halfmoon Bay paid a visit- to the Pender  Harbour Senior Citizens Club a week  ago Friday, .and gave them some instruction in the fine points of this game. They  played at the Community Hall, and it was  a hilarious occasion: members of the local  group who had been lukewarm in their  attitude toward the introduction of this  new activity found themselves enthusiastic about getting' started on their own-  after this entertaining introduction' to the  sport.  Arrangements have been made for the  Pender Harbour club to have the use of  the Community Hall and its carpet bowling equipment every Friday afternoon,  starting at 2 o'clock, commencing on the  Friday after Easter���that's April 19. So  come,on out all you club members and  join- in the fun.  From the' library, Carol Maynard reports that the shipment of books from the  Victoria Travel Library is now on the  shelves. Incidentally, a recent count of  active members of the Pender Harbour  Library indicates that there are 133 book  borrowers in the community.  Since spring is indisputably here, you  won't be surprised ���to,,learn that the an-  Howe Soundings  THIS week's story is for children, and it  is about a piano that was a star. Now,  every child knows that pianos can't talk,-  or act, or be the star of the show. But  once upon a time (about a week ago),  that is exactly what happened.  Standing on the floor of the Courtenay  Civic Theatre, over on Vancouver Island,  was a magic piano���the star of the show  called Sunshine Kingdom, with all these  funny people called Driftwood Players.  You may have seen them in Gibsons, or  Sechelt or Pender Harbour. You" know  that Driftwood Players have Wo legs  and do a lot of running around on stage,  but, that Star Piano didn't move one  inch although she had four strong legs,  and a partner who did some of the special  work.    *  Although these two took turns, they  worked-as one. The piano had no costume  and no make-up, just a- lot of white teeth  with some black ones in betweea In  spite of that, she put on a great performance.  One minute she was bubbling over  with joy, and the next minute, she was  sending out great waves, of sadness for  ��� by Margaret Jones  choreography by Ronnie Dunn, remarking that the Bingo Hall Dance was the  highlight of the production. Bonnie Paetkau, the radiant Good Fairy, was complimented on her costuming and strong visual appeal. Dr. Wilson also commented  on David Hauka's sense of comedy at  the public adjudication after the Friday  night performance. ^--  Three plays were selected for the  honors performance on Saturday evening. They were: The Happy Toy Company, Campbell River Players;. The Man  with the Mandoline, Echo Players; and  Out of the Flying Pan by Yellow Point'  Drama Group.  Awards were presented after the final  performance. Two of the Driftwood  Players, Mary Livingstone (Princess  Alice) and Gordon Hauka (Puss) received  honorable mentions as best supporting  aotress and actor.'John Burnside was presented with a scroll for best production of  an original script.  A total of ten plays were presented  at the festival by Courtenay Little Theatre, Nanaimo Theatre Group, Echo Players, Campbell River Players, Port Alberni  ,- group, Yellow Point..Drama Group,*,~_s  nual spring bazaar-of the PendefHarlxnir*;.. two;;tjnhappyri^ve^7; l^frkKng7:fofJ{ke:r.,     u ^"the   lay6rg from Gibsons, Five*of  __. ^    .. _���_>..   . .... .     �� i     ��� im   _ Irmrv   (Zinc-on   /vi*   mQlnnif   Irtiiri   cs��ai*ir   Tc.T_*r r     * .   . *-  Community Club will be held in the  Community Hall on Saturday, May 4,  starting at 2 p.m. Muriel Cameron is  heading up the club's bazaar committee,  and she and her team are hard at work.'  The bazaar will feature a raffle, a  fishbond for the young people, a home-  baking table, a large selection of 6ewing  items, including baby and children's wear  and items suitable for Mother's Day. gifts;  and this year there will also be a cake  walk..  There'll also be a white elephant  table,, and this is where you come in. If  you have any unused items, houseplants,  flowers or bedding plants, or anything  suitable for the "mystery parcels,' please  call Leona Lee ((883-2656), Helen Sun-  quiBt (883-2509), or Ruth Kobus (883-  2779), to arrange to have them picked up  In time for the bazaar.  And do plan to attend and get in on  all the bargains that will be available,  and enjoy afternoon tea or coffee with  your neighbors. Remember, it's May 4���  three weeks from Saturday, This is the  major fund-raising event in the Pender  Harbour Cdmmunlty Club calendar, and  it's important that it should be, successful,  Tho loyal volunteers who maintain, the  p Community Hall for use by all sectors of  our community need money to carry on,  and this Ja where it has to be earned--  this. and the, weekly bingos.  RATEPAYERS  I promised a report on the Ratepayer's Association mceWhg held Sunday  before last. It waa a well-run bualncss  meeting, conducted in an atmopshero  of cooperntlvcncsa. This was to have been  the occasion for an election of new of��  fleers, but, in fact last' year's executive  was returned to offlco by acclamation.  The chairman, J. H, Tyner, has promised  an early report on progress of the committee working on arrangements for an  ����^rctvp-modlcal<-<_4ruo,������.^��^^ <  And, on a moro frivolous note, Willie  Mattla had a nlco, surprise last week. Ho  waa the, winner of tlio color TV act  raffled off by the Sunshine Conat Kiwanis  Club, Nice going Wllllo.  It'a roportcd that the bolt lierriing  fishermen have been having good success,  bo all ybu sports fishermen should find  good fluppllca available throughout tho  entire area.  EQMONT  In Egmont, Bob and Eileen Griffith  havo been enjoying �� vlalt from tholr  daughter Judy nnd her husband Bob GUI.  Judy and Bob have Just returned from  Germany, where Bob was posted with  tho armed forces. Alice Griffith from  Compl>cH River has also 'been visiting,  making it quUo a family rwnionr-^--'   -  Jimmy Lelghton haa been inatalling  the new motor in his boat, and hopes to  have It in tho water shortly,  And for all you who llko to din�� out,  hero's good news. Helen and Bov Itobert-  fibri "nro "rc-opchlhjf their reataurant aT  the Egmont Marina * thia weekend, Since  they're Just getting underway, It may bo  wise to phono ahead if you plan to dlno  therel ���������������.'.,  ���  Many Egmont residents will ba interested to hear that their former neighbor,  Tony Saulnlcr, who wna forced by  111  Fairy Queen or making loud scary King  Rat sounds, Piano was busy all the time,  holding everything together, getting  everybody, in the right mood, and helping  them over the rough' spots.  If anybody ever tells you that pianos  can't' pick up a crowd of people and  make them sparkle, you don't have to  believe it. Of course, you should have,  a .Mr. Music like Ken Dalgleish who  knows how to handle a great star. It  works even better if you have some of the  magic flute music that Lance Alexander  makes.  Any adults who are still with us will  realize that we are referring to the,North  ��� Vancouver Island B.C.D.A. Festival, and  that the story is a roundabout way of  saying that adjudicator Dr. Don Wilson  liked the music in the local group's entry.  He praised the scenery too, and,the  the scripts were original.  Visitors were impressed by the warm  hospitality extended to them throughout  the festival, by the festival committee in  particular. Reports on the dance - that  brought the five-day event to a.close all  agree that it was fun, Adding to the festivities was' the stage-manager for the festival, well-known Sid Williams, the popular character-comeidian at the Theatre  Royal, Barkerville.  Now the show is over, the gate to the  Sunshine Kingdom is closed.  Good-bye to the Good and Good-bye  to the True, ���  Good-bye to the Wicked, the Sad  and the Blue;  , Good-bye to the people who came to  the play,  We hope that it helped you to have  a Nice Day.  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  Effective Wednesday, April 10  VANCOUVER     -     VICTORIA  (via Tsawwassen) (via Swartz Bay)  Sixteen sailings each way from both terminals  HOURLY SERVICE  7 am to 10 pm inclusive  VANCOUVER     ~     NANAIMO  (via Horseshoe Bay)       (via Departure Bay)  Effective,to Thursday, June 27  Sixteen sailings each way from both terminals  ,6:15 am  7:15  -  8:30  9:30  10:45  11:45  1:00 pm  2:00  3:15 pm  4:15,  5:30  6:30  7:45  8;45     ,  10:00 "  ,11:00 pm  SUNSHINE COAST  , Dally between Horseshoe Bay (Vancouver) and  Langdale (Sechelt Peninsula) with connections to Powell River.  Effective until Ootober 20.  Lv. Langdale  6130 am  6:45  '.WO..,.,,;  9:00  0:45  11:15  11:65*  1:30 pm  3:00 pm!  3:45  ,>.ooK., I,  6:00  ���  7:00  8:16  9:00  10;30 pmt  Lv. 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