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Array . /    ';  V  y  j  J  wist/ Canadian Graphic ladttStrla*  ���       i , 204 West 6th Aye..  ' Vancouver 10, I*. C*  / Service  ��� f  For residential use^ .  Cooper's Green rezoning  seen if gov t doesn't act  HALFMOON   Bay   Area   B   Ratepayers'  Association met at the Welcome Beach  Hall last Saturday with President G, Tarn  London in the chair. .  Reporting to the members, the president said the executive had a busy and  active session. 'Following the resignation  of Richard E; Laird as secretry in November, Rita ilelf had served as secretary pro  tern until the appointment of Don Pye  on March 19. '      -  Very quick action, he reported, had  , been obtained in getting necessary repairs  to the Halfmoon Bay wharf and the association  had  received   assurance  from  1 Highway minister Robert Strachan that  the department of highways would care-  / fully check MacMillan and Bloedel's new  subdivision with a  view  to  preserving  the   right-of-way    known as  . Redrooffs  Trail.  Regarding the preservation of Cooper's Green as a public park, Jim Cooper  r>ad.a letter he had received from Don  Lockstead, MLA, promising to take up  the matter at an early date. Representatives of the provincial government had  been in the area inspecting the property  and taking pictures. There were apparently no old files to refer to, and the department had had to start a study of the,  matter from" the beginning.  Cooper said he would like to go ahead  w��jh  the  rexoning  of the  property  to  to  Residential   1  but   agreed   to  delay  any action-for'a time to give the Government a chance id approve the project  as he said he would prefer to see the  green become a public park. Access to  the water was considered to be one of  the  great needs_ of the  area  since so  many  road   allowances   were  too steep  to be of any use and others were suitable   only   pedestrian    access.   Cooper's  Green.',if  acquired  for  a  park,   would  help to solve this problem.  .' Again the topic of utmost importance  proved to be water, and opinions were  expressed that with so much expansion  taking place, a water system was a vital  necessity. There was discussion -of- MacMillan and Bloedel's proposal to bring a  water system from Halfmoon Bay Lake  for the Redrooffs subdivision, and to hand  the system over to the Redrooffs Waterworks District for operation. It was recommended that the exective try to arrange  a  meeting with the  trustees of  Redrooffs   Waterworks   District,   officers  . of the Halfmoon Bay- Community Association and representatives of MacMillan  and Boledel  and the regional board in  an  attempt . to  discover what area the  new system might supply. A. J. Rutherford considered another water plebiscite  should be held in view of the development of the area. He felt that the results  of a plebiscite might be much more favorable now since the West Sechelt sys-V  ^tem had been taken over by the regional  board..  s 7 .Another--topic-- discussed-*-with' stfrohg '  feeling was thV^matter of the foreshore  lease granted to Robert Gibson and transferred to the Royal Vancouver Yacht  , Club. On January 30. -he executive had  sent a letter to ratepayers' association,  chambers of commerce and the two villages Sechelt and Gibsons requesting  support in the fight against the lease. In  all but two cases, the support had been  overwhelming. The meeting expressed  strong disapproval of the principle of a  lease granted ito an individual, being  transferred to a club, and it was felt that  such leases should be used only for the  specific purpose for which they are  granted. >  London reported, on negotiations with  the Sunshine Coast Council of Ratepayers! The executive had met with the  council and .made a number of suggestions' for changes in the draft constitution  and bylaws, but the council had refused  to agree to any of the suggested changes.  One of-the clauses suggested by the eS-  ecutive was that no member of the regional, board should be eligible to sit on  the council, to ensure, that, the council-,  would be in a position to act as an independent liaison body between- the'regional board and the ratepayers' associations. This suggestion was. voted down  by the delegates, from the Pender Harbour and Gibsons Heights ratepayers.  The executive agreed to' give the matter  further consideration and make its- recommendations to the members at the  next general meeting; * *���  .. The president urged all members to  attend the public meeting' at the Welcome Beach Hall at 8 p.m. March 28  (tonight) to discuss . the plebiscite for  the proposed recreation centre.  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe^Sound to Jei  Wilson Creek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt, Holimoon B  ENINSULA  s Infer), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing,, Gibsons, Robeits Creek,  ', Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay!, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  2nd Clou Mail      '  Registration No. 1142  /  Woman to face trial on  non-capital murder charge  GIBSONS���Viola (Vi) Anderson was committed to a higher court for trial  March 20 after a preliminary hearing into,  the stabbing death of her husband, Fred,  in January.  She  faces   a   charge   of  non-capital  murder.  The hearing was held in- Gibsons before Judge Nancy Morrison from Vancouver. Jack Cram acted * for Anderson  and Crown counsel was Anthony Gar-  grave.  Shoplifter  gets 60 days  who finds jail  days   to  think  SECHELT���A shoplifter  "horrendous"  got   60  about it.  Kevin Brian Chasles was sentenced,  to 60 days by Judge Charles Mittelsteadt.  Friday. Charles pleaded guilty .to shoplifting in Sechelt Red and White store.  Asked what he had to say for himself,  Chasles, of no fixed address, said "I needed it, (food), but whatever the consequences are, I'll take it but I find- jail,  a horrendous experience." He told court  that he had spent two days in jail on a  previous occasion.' He admitted that it  was his second conviction for shoplifting.  The first time.he was fined $10 or sen-,  tence'd to two days" in jail. He paid the  $10.  In sentencing Chasles, the judge said  that the store has suffered quite a loss  from shoplifters.  Chasles said that he had a job to go  to when he decided that welfare "was  not giving me enough."  The long-haired disheveled appearing  young man said that he had been staying  with some friends in Egmont and then  decided to go to Vancouver , where he  found work. He said that he walked into  the Red and White to get some groceries  "to pay back my friends."  Court was told that Chasles on Thursday walked into the Red and White  store, selected some items and walked  out with them. The items were worth  about $5 or $6.  7 After hearing his sentence, Chasles  said, "Isn't there anything I can do about  that?"  Mittlesteadt told him that he can  appeal the sentence.  "Jail won't help me at all," he said.  This Issue 1# Pages ���15c  Union      ' *    Label  Vol. 10, No. IQ ��� WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28,,1973  TOP WINNERS in the Powell River  Music Festival last week were Deir-  dre Murphy, left, and Virginia Cunningham. Virginia holds the Fiander  Trophy for quitar solo and the, Ted Deidre, .18, won the E S Hopper  Mason Trophy for the highest mark, Trophy for first in the senior vocal  guitar. The nine-year old attends solo. She is a grade-12 student at  West   Secselt   Elementary   School.   Pender Harbour Secondary School.  800 students expected  Gibsons Elementary pro;  to ease Elphinstone overflow  GIBSONS Elementary School may have  to. be pressed into use to ease overcrowding at Elphinstone Secondary, District SchoolSupt. R. R. Hanna told trustees at the school board's March 2^ meeting.  "Elphinstone will go up to around 800  students (this year)," he said, "and since  the school is really crowded at 750, including the use of inadequate basement  rooms, it appears we'll have to get more  space."  Referendum 11, which would have  provided three additional teaching areas,  was defeated, he pointed out.  "We should j-eserve the Gibsons annex  for overflow of students,"  He said that the Elphinstone staff  were preparing timetables for next year,  and they had to know if they could, use  the annex.  Don Montgomery, principal at Elphin-  stoneVsaid the real crunch came in grades  8 to 10. "Division sizes are around 32,  with some up to 36 or 38. Next year, the  average size will be 34. This is too large."  He said that two new divisions would  have to be created next year, "so we  need two new rooms"  Trustee Pat Murphy said that portable  ���classrooms had been tried, but proved  unsuccessful. "We have the building  there and we should use it."  Trustee Bill Nimmo agreed that "the  portables we had were rather gruesome,"  but said that more attractive units are  in use in West Vancouver.  "We could put them in proximity to  the school and the kids wouldn't have to  trapse to and from that fire trap (Gibsons  Elementary)." '  Montogoittery said it was immaterial  whether the board opted for portables or  ���aaiiiaiiaiaaiaiaiaiaiaiiiiiaaiaiiaiaiaiiiaiMiiaiMiiaiauiiiiiiaiaMiiiiiiiiaiaiaiiiiaiiiaaiaiaiiiiaiMaiiiiiiaiiiiiMiaiiMMiiaiaiaiiaiiaiiiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiuaiiiiiiaMaiiiiiiiaiiiiaiaiaiiaiMiiiiaaMiaaiaiaaniia  Sunshine Coastings  DOUG ROY  Roy heads  Down Under  SECHELT~-Doub Roy of the Socholt surveying firm of Roy and Wngonaar is  one of four Conodian surveyors representing Canada at the permanent committee of tho Federation International Deo  Geomctrofl at Canberra, Australia, April  3-5.  The meeting is being held In conjunction with the 10th annual Survey Congress in Canberra from Morch 31 to  April 0.  Tho permanent committee of the Federation International dcu Geomotrea will  ', meet Tuesday, Wednesday nnd Thursday  aftcrnoono. About 100 overseas delegates  aro expected to attend tho sessions,  Auiitralia'H 10th annual congress of tho  Institute of Surveyors will bo hold in  that country'a national capital.  The theme, Surveying and Mapping  Australia, convoys the national interests  of all surveyors and tho part played by  them iri tho notion's development. Tcchl-  col pnpom aro expected to cover many  aspects of the surveying and mapping of  the country, /  Itoy said thai It will'foe'i his first trip  to Australia and his first Vacation In  about thrco yoara.  AT least one Socholt alderman has  threatened that he will resign his,  position if he is forced to disclose his,  assets as required by Bill 132 now  being considered by the legislature.  The far-reaching bill will require  all publically elected officials, aldermen, schpol, board trustees, district  directors and any senior government  officials, whether elected or not to  disclose their assets and liabilities.  This would include village clerks,  district administrators, school district clerks or any person who is  designated to be a public official,  Tho Tlmo* took a brief sampling  of aldermen nnd other officials to got  their opinions. This is not inclusive  and most preferred not to be indenti-  fied. However, ono alderman Tho  Times guoried said, "Lots of luck to  them. I've been trying to figure out  my assets for years."  Ono senior official sold lie was  opposed to the act and another said  that ho is all for it,  Incldontly tho net Includes declarations of all assets and liabilities of  spouses and of dependent children.  The alderman most firmly opposed to the act, who requested that his  name not bo used, said that if the net  goes through, he would quit his post  and tho village would have to call a  byoloctlon for the remainder of his  second year.  Tho penally for not complying  with the act is stiff. Offenders can bo  fined up to $10,000 or imprisoned for  up to six months or both.  With earlier acts passed by the  Socreds, a non-land owning tenant,  as long as he meets regulations that  he be on the voter's list for two successive years and live within the  jurisdiction he wishes to represent,  clears the way for.a penniless tenant  to run for office. If he is elected this  penniless tenant can spend public  tax money. This person does not have  to have a capital investment in property; ho does not over have to have  met a payroll. His sole criteria for  office is citizenship and residence.  However, now that the way has  boon cleared for non-property owners  to be elected to public office, several  of them can get on councils and vote  themselves fat pay raises from the  public purse because the government  has removed the ceiling from stipends for council members. Note the  fact that tho new government members voted themselves a nice pay  raise. That's' OK, tho taxpayers have  lots of money.  Doug Roy, Socholt surveyor hos  come across evidence - a bearing  tree with a dale of 1875 - that Peninsula was surveyed almost 100 years  ago. At this rate the Sunshine Const  enn celebrate its vory own centennial  in just two years.  Frank Zontolas of Robert* Crook  received a gold watch for 25 years  sorvlce with Cnnfor, Ho was the only  omoloyoo from tho llowo Round Pulp  Division, Port Mellon at, the annual  by DICK  PROCTOR '  banquet in the Hotel Vancouyfer. Can-  for honors its 25 year employees each  year.  Congratulations are in order to  Jack Elliot and his Pender Harbour  Vocational Assistance group. They  received a $9,700 grant from New  Horizons to purchase jig saws, band  saws, skill saws and a sewing  machine for leather so that they can  teach crafts to youngsters in tho Pen-  dor Harbour area. Members of tho  group have 523 years total experience they can pass along to the youth.  Members will build a shop to  house all the equipment. It will be,  constructed on proporty that Jack  will lease to the group for $1 year,  Jack was In the office to tell us about  his grant nnd ho was high In his  praise of Tho Times publicity of tho  project which ho claimed was the  catalyest to getting tho funding.  Incldontly, ho recommends slml-  luar programs for Gibsons and So-  shelf.  Bacholor Al Rogers of Tho Times'  Gibsons office Bnid that ho had to  buy now bedsheets anyway but at  least he wanted to buy them when he  wtls ready. The chore was speeded  up for him however. Al was washing  his .sheets in a laundromat and Mt  for a time. When ho returned the  sheets were gone. Somebody olso  coveted tho covers.  He relates an amusing incident  in the same washing house. A young  y ���two page A-ll  the old school to ease overcrowding. "We  need space."  Sec. treas. J. S. Metzler said the board  had funds to buy portables, "but the  ojher building is there." Money would  have to be spent in bringing it up to fire  standards, he admitted.  The board agreed to use Gibsons Elementary to relieve overcrowding at Elphinstone during 1973 while they investigate a more permanent solution.  Increased summer  sailings proposed  IF enough engineers can  be hired, the  Langdale Queen will sail seven days  a week, 16 hours a day for the summer  months, according to P. B. Finlayson, B.C.  Ferries,  terminal manager at Langdale.  Finlayson told The Times that the  schedule depends on whether enough  engineering' crews can be hired. Deck  hands and officers are no problem, he  said. But it's difficult to find trained  crews for a three-mpnth summer period,  "because after that, they are laid off,"  said Finlayson.  Also, he said, if adequate crews are  hired the Langdale Queen Will make a  midnight sailing from Horseshoe Bay.  If crews are not available the Langdale Queen will be used on tho normal  summer schedule, ,  The Queen presently is on the Nanaimo run replacing' ships being stretched.  Tho Bowen Queen is filling in on the  weekends here.  Musicians  first-place  trophies  FROM Halfmoon Bay and Pender Harbour 13 contestants thavelled to Powell  River last week to "take part in the 29th ;  annual Powell River and District Music  Festival. They are all students of Mrs.'G.  L. Brooke and received marks from 81  to 89, carrying off three trophies.  In the senior vocal class, Deirde Murphy received the E. S. Hopper Trophy  for her singing of 'iDream Angus" coming .  frist out of a class of 30 with 80 marks.  Nine-year old Virbinia Cunningham received the Fiander Trophy for her guitar 7'  solo "Allegro" by ,Guiliani, coming first  out of a class of 16. She received a second  award, the Ted Mason Trophy, for riav-  7  ing the highest mark in any of the guitar- -  .classes. Earl-Antilla came second in the .  intermediate pianoforte class.  In the sonatina class, 10-year old  Lhevinne Talento (grade 6) placed second,  while first place went to a 16-year old  grade 9 contestant. Russell Cunningham  and Lance Parish tied for second place  in the guitar solo class and Audrey Prescesky received third place in the senior  pianoforte class. Lhevinne and Rlccoh  Talento were awarded third place in the  junior pianoforte duet while Virginia and  Russell Cunningham were third in the  guitar duet class.  Arsonist nets  B.C fen term  SECHELT-r-Benjamin Paul was sentenced  to- three years in the B.C. Penitentiary  for burning down the former Red Rooster  drive iri at Davis Bay.  Paul of Sechelt, admitted to arson,  breaking and-entering and willful damage charge. Total loss in the February  fire was set at $41,000 by Bud Koch,  manager of the former drive-in which  housed Sunshine Rentals office and  equipment.  Asked what he had to say for himself,  Paul told Judge Charles Mittelsteadt: "I  made a mistake, I was in trouble with  narcotics and I was associating with the  wrong person." He told court that he  W%s .keeping company with a drug addi.ct  and prostitute. He said that he was stupid  and that it was nobody's fault but his  own. "We tried to kick our habits (drug),"  he said.  "I want the court ��� to consider one  thing, I've done a lot of work over the  .years; I would like the court to consider  the good with the bad."  Crown said the offences of breaking  and entering and arson were very serious  and a lengthy imprisonment was recommended. The willful damage charge was  not considered as serious as the other  two.  Judge Mittlesteadt, in looking at Paul's  pre-sentence report, said "You have quite  a record.  "Your offence of arson I take very  seriously. You could,get a maximum of  14 year's." He said breaking and entering  also has a maximum term of 14 years.  Paul got three years in the penitentiary on each count with, the terms to  run concurrently. On the willful damage  charge he was sentenced to three months  which is to run concurrently.  J.  Exhibit sites told  for Cavalcade posters  WINNING Sea Cavalcade posters will be  exhibited at the following times and  "places:  Bank,of Montreal, Gibsons, March 26  to March 30.  Harvey's Department Store; Gibsons,  April 2 to April 7.     '  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt, April 14 to  April 2fl.  Bank of Montreal, Madeira Park, April  20 to May 12.  Formerly May Day  Sechelt Timber Days  slated May 19 to 21  a  \  aaIai<ai��iiat(ai��ai<iH.iia<aatia��iiai<aiiiiaiai<ai<<f��i>aiaHa��iMiai����iaMiaiaaiaiiiai^l>aiaiMiaiai��M>iMaiai��<iiaMiMiiaiiaiaiaaiaiaaiai<uaiiMa>iaM><a<����iiiaiiaaiiaaii<aia<iaiiiiia��aiaaiii������iail<iaia��aaaiiaiani  \  \  \  SECHELT���May Day will be known in  tho  future  as Socholt Timber  Days,  Aid. Harold Nelson told village council  March 21,  ,  Formed under tho recreation commls-  tiion of the village of Sechelt, the Initial  meeting of tho group was colled by  Mayor Bon Lang In January. Tho pur-,  pose of "the meeting was to form a committee to sponsor May Day which! was not  bold in 1072. ;  Tho group felt that Muy Day, an n  name, iti obsolete ho it was changed to  Sechelt Timber Dayn. Various events will  be carried out May 10, 20 and 21, (Victoria Day weekend).  Included will bo an adult dnnco, child*  ron'ti dhnco, fishing derby, chlldron'n  games, exhibition nocccr, parade, > loggers  sports and crowning of a queen (from  Sechelt Elementary School.)  Tho committee has farmed out various  phases of tho three-day ovont to clubs  unci   organizations   in   tho   area   and   in  reality is acting as a coordinating council,  It is hoped by commission officials  that local merchants will participate In  a special 'dress-up week' Just prior to  May  10,  Parade entries are invited for the  May 21 parade (Victoria Day).  It is expected that (lining the next  few weeks a program will bo available  and there will bo Sechelt Timber Day*  buttoii!i for all to wear, A special fine  will "be meted out to offenders,  Members of the ��� committee are as follows: Harold Nelson, village of Sot-belt,  chairman; Patrick Murphy, Halfmoon  Hay, vice chairman; Bob Scales, Lions  Club, secretary-treasurer; Frode Jorgenson, Selma Park, Morgan Thompsons,  chamber of commerce; Horry Batchelor,  Sechelt Rod and Gun Club; Herb lllchlcr,  Legion and Glen Phillips, Wilson Creek,  arc directors. It In hoped that a member  of tho Indian blind will, accept, a post on  tho commission,  ���V  'i 7*77:i7;11'.  77''; 7  7. A  Roberts Creek group  hears aims of centre  ROBERTS CREEK���In view of forthcom-  v '     ing plebiscite on proposed recreation  centre, Erich Hensche attended the meet- .  ing to present plans of what will be done  if it is approved.  Mrs. Gritt reported that her committee*,  had chosen Vicki Beeman to, represent  . Roberts Creek in Gibsons Sea Cavalcade,  It- was decided to. pursue request that  Highways Department decide pn route of  relocation of Highway 101 so that work_  could commence on it.  The next meeting is. to be annual  affair, April 18, so a nominating committee was appointed to select "a slate of  officers. Committee consists of, Mrs. Gritt/  Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Newman. /'  - The meeting was quite lengthy and  ^. a number of people had attended to'apply '  for membership.  FINANCE  AVAILABLE  FOR MORTGAGES AND  PROPERTY CONSTRUCTION  Courtesy fo Realtors.  Phone collect Vancouver  224-7093  Mr. D. East  immiMMiamMiiMinmiMMti  TOTEM CLUB  BINGO  FRIDAYS, 8:00 o.m,  INDIAN HALL  Jackpot $300  $75 TO CO  * DOOR PRIZE *  tXwmwiaiai>iiaa<w>��aa��a��i<aww��a��na��a��aiaaawiawwww>atiMM>wn<iwi��<  Hew on the Peninsula  STeaMex  RUG CLEANING  '���'���\.*.��i>m  S  Dries in yz Hour  Ideal for Shag Carpets,  ��� Call:  JOHNSON'S  RUG CLEANING  885-9715 after 4 p.m.  7��'3^  -I ..������.-���  (���:  Pa^e A-2 The Penln.ulo Tinten   ,We^ne>day> March 28; 1973>i   -i���^ , ; . 1 ,, ' ��� -  Looking for a pet? Or want to get a good home for one?  Your best friend is pur classified advertising! You'll  reach more than 10,000 people in The Times at low  cost., , you can buy, sell, rent, swap or even give away  things that ore cluttering up your home. Phone 885-  2635 for Classified Action!   ,  use classified for low cost ACTION t  ���     ' 7        '   '  ' ,''        . ������ ���**���' -     ' ' ' " "        '���''" -^   ���  .  otOr.   Aante& f-^dtrick f^errti  of  PUPILS FROM Davis Bay Element-  tary School had fun at an indoor  track meet Friday. Principal JDale  McKee said that the three teams had  only a five-point spread. In these  pictures the youngsters from the  grades one to four school took their  competition seriously in the Wilson  Creek Community Hall. In the picture above, the aim was to roll a ball  under chairs. In the second picture it  was down on hands and knees while  contestants crawled under chairs.  McKee said the association has been  generous in allowing use of the hall  for school's 'gym'. A coffee party for  the parents is held monthly and the  children are able to have hot dogs.  Credit union shows growth potential  SECHELT ��� Members of the Sunshine  Coast Credit Union got a dividend of  4% per cent oh savings, it was revealed  at the annual meeting last week.  At the meeting, officials strongly emphasized the growth factor.  A committee was appointed to study  the feasibility of newer and larger premises for the credit union. Committee  members are: John Kelly, Albert Lynn  and Mrs. Hazel Liste and Howard Pratt,  manager,  Donald Chappell and Ronald MacSav-  anay were re-elected to the board for  three year terms each. James Ireson was  elected to fill yacancy on the credit committee. Mrs. Eleanor Carter retired.  John MacLeod of B.C. Central Cre  dit Union spoke briefly on growth factors  and commended the Sunshine Coast Credit Union for its growth. It had, in 1972,  the fifth highest growth position in Canada, he said.  Bud Nunn' of Cooperative Insurance  Services also spoke on services available  to credit union members.  GIBSONS  ANIMAL CLINIC  announces the opening  ���. of M$0$^^  J        yeterni^ dihti  APRIL 2nd  Located opposite Twin Creek  Building Supplies on Highway 101,  Gibsons  PHONE 886-7313  . \.,\ *���,(.-,- 7 y .  rmmmm  SPRING HAS SPRUNG!  wmgmmA  IMaiaMMuiaiawiitaaaMMtawawaMwuiaMvMWiwaaaiaMMaaMaaaiaaa^^  ONE WEEK ONLY TOE SPECIALS  (MMWMMgi��a��WMaaM��a��awaauMaa����aia>��aa��M��aMMWi��i��iaan����a��^awMaaMa��a��a��i  I E78x14   Poly  Vytacord   w-w   . . 25.95  JF79xl4 Poly Vytacord w-w . . 26.95  ��78x14 Safety All Weather b-w 20.95  G78xl4 Safely All Weather b-w 22.95  G78x15 Poly Vytacord w-w . . 27.95  H78xl5 Poly Vytacord w-w . . 28.95  G70xl4   Performas   w-l   . . . . .   38.95  i.  ONCE IS  ��I1  MUC  ptm9mmMrmH0%lammimm*mfmnt^^  These are just a few  of the   many   specials   we   havje.  'IF   YOUR   size   is   not   listed  pleas�� inquire. Our prices are comparable to Vancouver  Before tho Inst provincial election, a lot of people felt  that ono term for, tho NDP Socialists couldn't do too  much harm. Now, many of these same people are  having second thoughts. If you'ro among this group,  wo Invito you to join tho British Columbia Social Credit  party . . . regardless of your federal political ties.  Social Credit is tho only party with a broad enough,  momborship throughout the province to overcomo tho  pollcios of NDP Socialism. Tako a step toward restoring political balance In British Columbia - Invest  $5 for 4 ypars and join us nowl  THE BRITISH] COLUMBIA SOCIAL CREDIT LEAGUE  *  High  Speed Balancing    * ' Radial   Experts   ��� .*   notations  WHOLESALE        ss  SALES 8t  SERVICE . ^ly^yP ��� ffUBn       ��� !!l|lNsfeJi RETAIL  P.O. Pox 13, Glbsono, B.C.  PHONE 006-2700 {Monday to Saturday 0:3Q a.m. to 5:30 p.m.)  CHARGEX    ��  Mtill this coupon to;  Dritioh Columbia Soolo{ Crodit Loayuo  P.O. Box 020, Victoria, B.C.  Von, I'd HHo to holp Imlltt a bolUn (Irltlfth Columbia. I am nricloslng my chaquo  lor $f> for a 4-yonr Social Crodit Longuo momtmahlp.  Nnmo   (pl^nnat ptlnl)  Artdrofifi  ninnutoro  t  I    ���  ( ' ' >A,AAt&lAVV,'  11^  a;..7  :���' y-: >7 ���77-v 7,  :l.  .':��� .���������':. ���:~^;7', "'.-   ^-        A  V\ _ ,_.-.>  .-A   ' :7.v-^-   . :7:v.:|.:i-,...;���"; ;���;: :;>,   .  ,;;;..-.  Wednesday, March 28, 1973    The Peninsula Times Page A-3  )  .^.������^M,  ���:&.���  Phone 886-2346  .:/.'.���:.L  ���**���  ate  ���LAMPS* CHILDREN'S CLOTHING  ���GIFTS ���SMALL APPLIANCES  S��e 19" ��� This compact color set  is a truly contemporary color portable   styled   ii>  striking  white  to  enhance any decor.  RECORDS  s298  8 Track Tapes  $5.98  This low price includes one full year  in-the-home service & initial set-up.  Truly a price that is hard to beat!  Portable front loading dishwasher  349.95  Takes up to 15 place settings. Has 6 pushbuttons, 6'cycles,2-level wash, flow-  through convection drying, bypass connector, quiet double wall insulation.  Continuous clean 30" electric range  The continuous clean oven and drip bowls  under the surface elements is just one feature of this sale-priced beauty. It also has a  rotisserie, roastmeter, automatic clock  and oven preheat. Styled with recessed  cooktop, large oven window, deluxe 5-ring  plug-out elements  Sale  289  .95  Chesterfield Suite Bargains  THIS FROST FREE  REFRIGERATOR SAVES  TIME AND MONEY  Sale $349.95  ���15 cu. ft. |njj��l?|3[^^^  money. Frost fc��e to save you time, there's a storage 7  door in both the refrigerator and freexer section. The  freezer holds up to 144 lbs. frozen food. The refrigerator has two porcelain crhpers and a meat keeper.  Two 10-position adjustable shelves and an egg storage bucket.  BIG DINETTE BUYS!  7\  "mmrm   r  Traditi������! m C��I��ni��I  Wo made a groat purchase from tho recent Eastern  Furniture Show and offer those  fine  suites  in  your  choice of colors and fabrics.  AT THE VERY SPECIAL LOW  PRICE FOR THE 2 PIECES  $  4��'  1.00  5-PIKE BEDROOM SUITES  By B.P. John '  This deluxe "Coronado" Spanish style suite is made by one of America's  finest manufacturers in rich amber Pecan with a "Super Finish" on  dresser, chiffonier and night tables for greater resistance to scratching  and marring. It has a large 60" dresser with gracefully curved mirror, a  large 5-drawcr chiffonier, double or queen-size  blcs. headboard and 2 night ta-  TIIE COMPLETE 5-PIECE  SUITE IS YOURS  FOR ONLY  Many Unadvdrtised  SPECIALS. �����  Component Stereo, Unit  8-Trock, AM-FM Hecoivor,  BSfl Changer, Speakers and Stand  $|AA.95  Lovely 3-pfoca DINETTE SUITE. Walnut table  &f"||  lop and bright colored 2-tonc chain. SALE PMCE^ j|<ir  oak finished  $109  Attractive SPANISH STYLE SUITE with dark oak finished  labia top and four red and black chairs.  SALE PRICE 1 :.._   Big 7-ploco SPANISH STYLE for tho larger family. Table  extends to 72". Includes six stylish chairs in attractive  color combinations.  SALE PRICE   HS9  VISIT WINNING SEA CAVALCADE  POSTER DISPLAY  APRIL 2nd to 7th  4  *��� '��     -.)  '  m  5 , -���.-..,  Poge A-4���-The Peninsula Times; Wed., March 28, 1973 ���   R-.^ ESTATE (Cont.)  yiMinillWIIWIWIMajllatMIWWIlWIIWIllllllltllWIWI^  m    r.     > trr. Sechelt-Phone 885-W54  IHZ tEimSUlAy#*l4* 885-2635  Gibsons-Phone 886-2121  c^AD-BRIEiFS  mKVmtwiivm^mm**im**mMmfmmim**imimti*��i��mimm*mm*mM*mm*m*im*&mmmm  HELP WANTED  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River  News Town-Crier.  Sechelt Times Ltd.  N at Sechelt, B.C.  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Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that port"on  of the advertising space occupied,  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  but the. balance of the advertisement,will be paid tor ot thp op-  ���,i; ^ >-,i- plicable.rate..: 7,. ,,.'...,������ y.:.  A����6^^fti0r>^Ofg��'"'ls' rtiade for  "^erfisihg accepted and pufcjnto  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rote for the additional  work.  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  .   >���. are pleased to sponsor this  Birth Announcement space,  and  extends Beet Withes to the happy  parents.  CARD OF THANKS  I SINCERELY wish to thank  the doctors, nurses and all  staff of St. Mary's Hospital for  their splendid care and comfort towards me, Also many  thanks for the ��� visits, cards,  flowers and gifts from my  friends and neighbors. ���Mrs.  Meade. 1876-18  SPIRITUAL healing and readings. Box 1665, Sachelt Peninsula Times, Box 3-10, Sechelt,    1,665-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  ;- Meetings i &30 p.m., Thursdays, Wilsori Creek Community Hall.  Ph. 885-9327;  8657-tfn  HAVE an Artex class. Hostesses wanted. Lots of gifts for  classes, we teach you to paint.  Call Nancy Manton 886-7367.  1836-20  BAHA'I Faith, informal chats.  885-2465, 886-2078.     1075-tfn  TRAVELLING, to London?  Bed and breakfast in modern suburb of London, 35 min.  by Brit-Rail to city centre. For  information and reservations,  ; phone 886-2300 eves.    1807-1.9  AVON calling, West  Sechelt.  - Phone  Nora  885-9550.  1818-19  REAL ESTATE  WANTED to buy��� Acreage,  5*10 with 3 or 4 cleared. Old  Farm, will pay cash. Reply  Box 1813, Peninsula Times,  Box 310, Sechelt.        1813-19  PENDER HARBOUR  SAKINAW LAKE RESORT  1,800 Woterfront  1,000 Beach  , 39 Acres  One  of the choice Peninsula  Properties  $190,000  , ���- --'ip&ential Unlimited  ���INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! ^Business block, 6 rentals. Well maintained bldg. on  sewer. Expansion feasible,  $68,500. Attractive terms.  Attractive duplex in desirable  location close to ferry. Each  unit 960 sq. ft. plus deck and,  patio. A-oil heat. Garden nicely developed, $39,500. Full  price. -  " "LISTINGS   WANTED!  ^      K. BUTLER  REALTY LTD.  ALL  TYPES   INSURANCE  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE, LISTING  SERVICE   9260-18  * TWO five acre blocks, elevated property   within  village  , of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area. Write Box 310, c-o  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  333-tfn  ROBERTS. CREEK  Mechanic's Special:  Small 4 bedroom; excellent for  a few years if, you have young  children. Close to school. Excellent opportunity to expand  and profit. .Extra contiguous  lot s included. Economical to  operate., Taxe&4 $1.00 - $23,900.  Lots 10 and 12 DX: 809. Info,  by appointment���courtesy to  agents.  886-2764.   9258-18  MODERN   2   bedroom   home  -   furnished, $20,000 on Gam-  bier  Island,  New Brighton.  Phone  886-7762. 1683-18  ACREAGE  wanted.   Ph.   886-  2300, evenings.   .       1724-18  WANTED  2 4-BURNER wood stove, with  reservoir  or otherwise. Ph.  885-9752. 1826-19  Phone: 254-1060  9319-tfn  5 BEDROOM, 1 year old home,  Sechelt Village, many extras.  $10,000 down, $35,900 F.P. Ph.  owner   885-2464   or   885-9305.  1787-tfn  -��-  PENDER. HARBOUR      7  5 * beautiful view acres on  Francis Peninsula with lots,of  privacy and seclusion. Asking  $20,000. 7-;;,  250'   protected  waterfront on 7  Francis   Peninsula,   almost   3  acres; hydro and water oh. Asking $49,000, terms.  New 3 bedroom home on view -  lot. Asking $28,000, terms.  TBeautif ul .^aterfiroi.t: lotfcwith..  ::nice^eyel'!^ea(^7^'-^' 7^77;.:���. '**y-:  Oyer 850' protected waterfront in heart of Madeira Park  oh approx. IVz acres level  land. Ideal for 20-30 unit nu*  tel, marina or lots. Get your  friends and group buy. Asking $65,000, good terms.  JACK NOBLE  Phone 883-2701  Rochester Realty Ltd.  Phone 936-7292  ' ,   9259-18  SELMA Park waterfront, 3  bedroom home, W-W carpet,  fireplace, garage, full basement. Price includes washer,  dryer, Tappan range, fridge  and elec, dish washer. Phone  885-2638. 1849-18  160 "ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $70,000, Write Box 310, c-o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C,  332-tfn  WORK WANTED  CARPENTRY, painting, furniture repairs, outside work,  light hauling, etc. You name it.  $4 per hour. Phone 886-9689,  leave message, 1544-tfn  MATURE personable widow,  new to area, desires employment, full or part time. Able  to. take charge of small office;  typing, book-keeping and good  at meeting public���own transportation. Phone 885-9016 to  arrange for an. interview.  CHIMNEY sweeping, oil stove,  'cleaning : service.    R.    M.  Crook,   Phone   886-2834  after  5 p.nu   .:���:';������ 1514-tfn  ���S>��� . ��� ; -^ :   L. W. (Bill) Pearson, painting  7 contractor, first class workmanship, ^357:year$: ^experience.  Interior .and exterior. Phone  885-282a      ���    ,-;������ *������������   1714-tfn  HORSESHOEING.   Phone  for  appointment 886-2795.  980-tfn  FURNACE   installations   and  burner   service.   Free   estimates. Ph. 886-7111.       36-tfn  WILL take on answering service in own home for construction company or otherwise. Send name, number and  particulars to .Box 1850, c-o  Peninsula Times, Sechelt, B.C;  '  1850-18  20 YEAR old Grade 12 graduate needs work. Phone 886-  7413. 1190-29  HAIR stylist, full or part tune.  Ph.- 885-2339. 1721-tfn  PART time book k'eeper. Ph.  885-9816. 1810-tfn  Sunshine Coast -  Regional District  ASSISTANT  SECRETARY-TREASURER   v  Applications are invited for  the post of Assistant to the  Administrator (Secretary-Treasurer) of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District and Regional  Hospital District. The position  requires a sound knowledge  of municipal accounting procedures and the successful applicant will be required to  maintain the accounts of the  Regional District and Regional  Hospital District, and prepare  financial statements and reports as required by the Administrator. He will also deputise for the Administrator in  his adsence and be capable of  taking mirtjjtes of Committe-i  and Board meetings.  Applicants stating full qualifications, availability, and salary expected and addressed to  the undersigned will be received up to April 30th, 1973.  CHARLES F. GOODING  Administrator.  P.O.  Box- 800,  Sechelt.  9261-19  SECHELT   Building   Supplies  require   bookkeeper.   Please  see Hayden 885-2283.     1837-18.  OPPORTUNITIES NOW!  Jackson Bros. Logging  Co.. Ltd.  OPENINGS  FOR  LOGGERS:  ���Machine Operators  ���Welders  ���Industrial Mechanics  ���Men  willing  to learn  welcome  Phone 885-2228  For Interviews  9264-20  MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)        MOBILE HOMES (Cont.)  BRAND new 12'x60', Leader 2  'bedroom, deluxe furniture,  shag carpets, colored appliances, full CSA certification, delivered and completely "set up  f6r_ only $9240. Can__be seen>  .at' Sunshine Coast Trailer  Park, Hwy. 101, Gibsons. Ph.  886-9826. 1204-tfn  $7,979  FULL PRICE  New 12x64  3 bedroom  $100 down (O.A.C)  Call collect 434-8771  or 437-3972  6655 Kingsway  South Burnaby  ~ 9295-tfn  BRAND new 12x68 Leader, 3  , bedroom, shag carpet, colored appliances, full CSA Z240  certified, fully furnished and  completely set up for only  $10,700. Can be seen at Sunshine Coast Trailer Park Highway 101, Gibsons.        1538-tfn  1970 / 64'xl2\ Broadmare, two  bedrooms," built in vanity,  elec. wall oven,' counter top  range. Carpeted throughout,  7'x20' aluminum canopy, skirted," metal tool shed. _ Phone  886-9810. _      1846-_1JL  10'x55'   3   bedroom   Glendale,  furnished and set up. Priced  for quick sale, at $5750. Phone .  886-7839. 1602-tfn  AUTOS, TRUCKS, Etc.  CHEV 4x4 flat deck truck, also Chev panel crew bus. To  inspect call  885-2228.  '  1856-18  1962 CHEV  panel  truck.  Rebuilt engine. New tires. $500  or best offer. Phone 886-2818:  1858-18  STEP  up to  the  luxury  and  prestige of a 1960 Zephyr for  only $35. Good rubber. Licenced. Phone 886-2121. ���   >.  1189-18  1961 G.M. 5 ton dump truck,  new- clutch, rebuilt V-8, good  rubber, 2 sp. axle, flat deck  bolts on (incl). Phone 4J86-2681  eves. 1773-18  PENDER HARBOUR AND EGMONT  CHARLES ENGLISH Ll'\  HELP WANTED  (Female)  MANAGERESS required for  retail outlet in Sechelt, 5  day weeki Please reply stating '  past experience to c/o Peninsula Times, Box 739, Gibsons,  B.C. ...:    1183-18  WANTED TO BUY  14'xl 6'    FIBREGLASS   runabout, 3/vith controls and wind  shield.   Phone   886-2580  after  6  p.ffl. 1838-18  House for family of 4, prjyate.  Reply  Box-' 1636,   Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  1636-tfn   1 ���'��� '���-.-,,;., .iff  TWO���100 ,1b.  propane tanks.'  Phone  883-2722. 1841-18:  SET of bunk beds, with mattresses,   in   good   condition.  Reasonably priced. Phone 885-  2362. 1776-18  PROPERTY WANTED,  ,������-��������������� i.������  TWO or three bedroom house  or property to build. Phone  885-9851. 1803-18  MOBILE HOMES  TRAILER space available, all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park,  West Sechelt. Ph.  885-  2375. 863-tfn  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS1  Gibsons, B.C, 886-2481  WILLAMSON'S LANDING ��� Modem home, on 99  ft, woterfront, pebble beach. Stone FP in living room,  big sundeck (what a view!), 3 bedrooms, rec. room,  ��� and extra bathroom lower floor. Big lot, 350 ft. deep.  Asking $40,000lome terms. MLS2-4314.  LANGDALE LOTS ��� A few left, all good size, some  with view. Prices from $4,000 to $6,600, terms available. Buy now!  TUWANEK ��� Brand new (one year old), owner-built  gothic arch type home, on landscaped view lot. Swimming, fishing boating, hikingat your beack and call.  $27,500 on term*.  jt>  REDROOFFS ROAD ��� More than one acre of level  land, lovely trees. $6,000<  NORTH ROAD ��� Large lot for mobile home. Partly  cleared and well arid powerpole are in. F.P. $5,500.  REDROOFFS AREA���Northwdod Road. 120x200 lot.  Easy access. Partly finished well and power.  Ideol  for mobile home. $3,850.  K SELMA PARK* >-^ ReHremehFSpea  maculate home - witfr port basemerif. Very wel I built.  '�����;< On Dominion lease lot. F.P. $17,500.  CHASTER ROAD��� Five acres, level treed. $11,000.  CHASTER ROAD���110x274 lot. Heovily treed. Power.  $4,500.  OFF PRATT ��� 130 ft. lot zoned"for trailer. Water  and power) $5,500.  LISTINGS     WANTED  K. A. Crosby 886-2098 ��� J. E, White 886-2935  Mike Blaney 886-7436  J. Visser 885-2300  I  REALTY AND INSURANCE  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� PHONE 886-2248  GIBSONS BAY AREA:  This (s your lost chanco to buy this beautiful two bedroom homo  on one of the nicest landscaped lots In Gibsons. If It Is riot sold  this week It Is comlno off the market. Act now.  GIBSONS BAY AREA:  Buy now for the future. Hero Is ono aero of land In tho heart ���  of Gibsons with a very liveable 3 BR home. This could becomo  vory prime proporty, $25,000 (offers).  ESTATES LTD.  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  GIBSONS BLUFF: '  Panoramic  view   lot���ovorlooklno  all  directions,   $11,000.  GIBSONS SEMI-RURAL:  Brand new 2 or 3 BR homo, all nicely finished, on a 268' deop  lot, Closo to storos and school. F.P.  $25,000 (offer*).  ROBERTS CREEK:  Lower Roar),  If It's a little seclusion you want and yet a now  modern home.(2 bedrooms) on a Vi acre lot, wo may just havo  what   you   aro   looking   for   (Including   guest   house),    $25,000.  : ' ROBERTS CREEK:  Somo people llko to keep a few chickens, geese etc, Hero Is a  two bedroom homo on a full acre on o southern slopo. Priced to  5 ACRES - SUNSHINE COAST  Beautifully landscaped, mostly cleared and In pasture, Fenced and  cross fenced. Many fruit trees & tall evorgrcens. Seasonal stcram.  2 BR rancher with suite adjacent, 2 sots of plumbing. Kentucky  stylo 7 box stoblo. 2 years old. Property on residential street,  five minutes from shops. F.P, $57,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson, 885-2241 or oves, 885-2053, 885-2385.  5 SECLUDED ACRES  Located closo to Gibsons and ferry. Holf cleared. All fenced land.  Oldor  house,   basically  sound.  One   bodroom   with  upstairs  unfinished. Barn and service sheds. F.P, $18,500. Call Stan or Jack  Anderson, 885-2241 or eves. 8B5'-23B5, 885-2053.  10 ACRE FARM  Year-round creek,  f^vo cleared acres,   1260  sq.   ft.   homo with  fireplace and half basement.  Shop  and barn.   Good   view,   five  acres In trees, Full price $51,500. Call Jack or Stan Andorson  885-2241 or evenings 885-2385 or 885-2053,  REDROOFFS AREA  Good access to beach from 3 acres of treed land,  year-round  crock,  130 ft. frontage, Terms. Call Jack or Stan Andorson 885-  2241 or eveninos 885-2385. 885-2053.  VVATERFRONT:  Vory attractlvo  2  bodroom  home,   fully torvlccd,   right  on   tho  wator In a vory secluded area, Try your offer on this one.  IRVINE'S LANDING:  A 3 bedroom cottage. Roomy houso located on a Inrno lot, Laroo  kitchen - living room. Good bathroom ond utility room, This Is  on exceptionally good buy ot F,P. $13,500.  LISTINGS   WANTED  / Member Vancouver Real Estate Board  VlnCe Prewar 886-9359      ,Wally Peterson 886-2877  Ron McSavaney 886-9656  HALFMOON BAY' AREA  150'  waterfront,   treed,   easy  access   to   beach,   Deep   moorage,  community water system,  vory secluded,   Approx.   2/13  aero of  land;   many building sites   excellent  view.   $24,500  F,P.   Call  Stan or Jack Andorson 885-224) or oves, 885-2385, 885-2053.  DAVIS BAY SEAVIEW HOME  1254 sq, ft. 2 level homo lust stops (o public beach. Fireplace In  living room, 3 sots of plumbing, full bathroom in master bedroom.  Over % aero landscaped property. Large attached green houso,  Full basement with 2 bedrooms and bath, laundry room ond workshop. Approx, 2400 sq, ft, finished oroa, covered sundeck and  many extras. F.P. $49,500 with $10,000 down. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson.665-2241 or oves. 885-2053, 885-2385.  ROBERTS CREEK  Treed vlow lots, fully serviced, black-top roads, only a short walk  to public beach.  Some lots have fruit trees,  Full price  $5950.  Call  Jack  or Stan  Anderson   885-2241   or ovenlngs  885-2385,  885-2053.  VIEW LOTS $4,000  In Vlllago of Socholt, closo to beach and protected moorago. Call '  Lon or Suxanno Van Egmond, 885-2241 or 885-9683.  DAVIS .BAY VIEW  Ono only ��� fantastic vlow, ready to build on, Call now boforo  It Is gone. Lcn or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-2241 or 885-9683.  FOUR BEbROOM VIEW  1576 sq, ft. with full basement, All rooms feature wall-to-wall  carpet, Sundeck. Largo corner lot 25x32 living room. Largo kitchen, on sulto plumbing, F.P. $39,900. Call Ston or Jack Anderson 885-2��4l or oves. 885-2385, 885-2053.  MASON ROAD  40 ocros secluded area, Last large block available) In tho areo.  Flat land. F.P, $1,350 per aero. Call Jack or Stan Andorson 885-  2241 or oves. 885-2053, B85-2385.  LARGE CREEK FRONT LOT  Ideal for secluded retirement, Treed paved rood closo to public  boach. Power ond water. $6950 F.P. Call Ston or Jock Anderson  885-2241 or sves, 885-2385, 805-2053.  READY TO MOVE INTO  Lovoly 2 bedroom homo plus finished basement with 2 bedrooms  down. Half block to beach al Davis Day, all fenced yard, Call Len  or Suxanno Van Egmond, 885-224) or 885-y683.  REDROOFFS ROAD VIEW  Ono aero lot, nicely treed, public accoss to beach nearby plus  Iwar launching  ramp, Only  $6,500,   Call Len or Suxanno Van  Egmond, 885-2241 or 885-9683.  SELMA PARK  Vlow lot on paved rood, fully serviced. Asking only $5,950. Call  Lon or Suxanno Von Egmond, 885-2241 or 885-9683.  REDROOFFS ESTATES - RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES  18,000 to 24,000 sq. ff. Tree^ paved road, closo to beach and  hot fishing spot, Saroent Bay, Some with ocean view. Investment  prlco $3,500 to $4,750, terms. Call Jack or Stan Anderson 885-  2241 or oves 885-2053, 885-2385,  ,?  REVENUE  Plus lovely sulto for owner. On tho boach In Selma Park, Income  $30O per month, For details coll Len or Suxanno Von Egmond,  085-2241 or 885-9683,  VIEW OF HOWE SOUND  Fully torvlcod lot In Gibsons only $5,800, Coll Lon or Suxanno  Von Egmond, 885-2241 or 085-9683. ,  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM SECHELT BUS/DEPOT  ISLAND ��� EGMONT  Beautifully treed and  landscaped  small   island  with panoramic  view.   Comfortable furnished  home  with h^dro  and .telephone.  Guest cottage (needs repairs). Float. Close to shore. Clam's and  7      , oysters on your doorstep. $38,0|00.  GARDEN BAY 7  One BR Panabode with 2nd BR in bosement ���- exceptional view  of Pender Harbour. Has wall-to-wall carpets, electric heat, built-  in range, sundeck.' On large view lot close to stores and marinas.  $26,000.  EGMONT WATERFRONT LOTS  Close to school/post office, store, gov't wharf.   $11,000 and  ���['..: $13,000. -;:'���������.  REVENUE BUILDING - MADEIRA PARK  2 storey concrete block and frame commercial buildiqg in Madeira  Park, close/to Post Office. Has one office and small store on main  floor and a 2 bedroom suite on upper floor. Gross monthly rental  income is $290.00. Full price $36,000. Also; one adjoining level  ,   commercial, lot available for $16,000.  MARY ISLAND  4.8 acres, located right in Pender Harbour. 1,500 ft. waterfront.  Phone, hydro, and water. Log house. Excellent for a group invest-  ���':'���' ment, $125,000.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beoutiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront/Close.to  stores,  marinas and  post  office. $6,000 to $.10,000. -  SAKINAW LAKE:.  13.8 acres of attractively treed park-like property, Approx. 350  feet of good waterfront;;Creek through property: Close to Sakinaw  Lake access road and boat launching. Excellent for a group purchase���room for several cottages on property. $33,000.  GARDEN BAY -  6 BR home on 103 ft. waterfront lot. over one acre. Lots of floats.  $50,000. ��� 7\    . .  Adjoining lot with 206 ft. waterfront, over 2 acres and partially  landscaped with rock walls. $45,000.  These two properties together would be on ideal site for marina  ��� ���." development.  LARGE ACREAGE  1. Secret Cove Area���160 acres���roads and trails throughout���-  fairly level property���$70,000.   -  2. Pender Harbour���approx. 33 acres���approx. 1800' waterfront  ���$85,000.    .���-.,; ,  3. Francis Peninsula, 37~a;cres, partially developed possible 86  lot subdivision site. Approx. 3,900' primary rood constructed.  Water main on S.E. corner of property. Gravel pit. Asking  $150>000. V  ~ ; i   ���"  7 acres with opprox 560 ft.  waterfront,  adjoining  the Egmont  Marina. Paved Maple Road runs through property. Excellent site  for development as sport fishermen's camper and trailer park or  as a group investment. Asking $50,000.  y^_ GARDEN BAY  Large treed lot(with 54' waterfront, driveway in, bldg. site cleared,  14'trailer included in price of $20,000.  MADEIRA PARK  EARL COVE SUBDIVISION  Comer lot  Low priced one BR home oh level lot.  Fireplace, ^'^tric heat.  Close to school,  stores, post office,  gov't wharf and marinas.  $15,400.  Large adjoining lot also available for $7,600.  WATERFRONT LOTS  Ruby Lake, 105'  ' ���  $12,500  75' Garden Bay ..'. _ ���  $16,500  $5,500  MADEIRA PARK  Nice treed lots with rough driveways in. Close to school, stores,  post office and marinas. $3,700 to $11,000.  LAGOON ROAD  3 good building lots or* mobile hpme sites. Close to school, stores,  post office,  marinas and gov't wharf.   Each  priced  at   $6,000,  GERRAN'S BAY, PENDER HARBOUR  Approx. 180 ft. of deep waterfront, 3 BR architect designed home  and a small cabin presently used as shop, Landscaped grounds and  on 3 levels. OH furnace, dble. plumbing. Greenhouse, fishpond,  lots of trees for privacy. Float, washer, dryer, rango ond fridge  included in prlco of $79,500,  " EARL COVE  Unfinished cottage with sundeck on serril-watorfront view lot. Few  hundred feet to beach. $8,200,  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  Near new 2 BR homo on approx. % acre level lot. Has electric  heating,   fireplace,  wAv  carpet,   storage  and  carport,   $21,500,  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots ayallablo ��� some fully serviced.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Largo levol vlow lot overlooking Leo Bay. Close to marina, gov't  ' wharf and good salmon fishing. $8,000.  EARL COVE  450' Waterfront, approx. 5V/ acres, Old 2 bedroom houso (neadc  rebuilding). $55,000.  ~RUBY LAKE  96 ft. watorfront jvlth road occess. Partially furnished. 3 BR summer cottage wlth���sund<!ck/and float, $25,000,  ' IRVINE'S LANDING   '  31 BR homo on largo view lot overlooking famous Leo Boy, serviced  '    ,'.���.. with woter and hydro, $15,000,  VIEW LOTS ���GARDEN BAY  Very largo park-like lots Overlooking Pender Harbour, Closo to  stores, post Afflco, marinas ahd gov't wharf. Priced from $5,300  to $6,000,  Many other view and waterfront lots In tho Pomlor Harbour area,  CALL OLLI  OR JEAN SLADEY  illiisiilii  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C.  Phone Pender Harbour 803-2233  \  ���" i  :\ ���\ *   ,  s  \ I  ' .'  AUTOS, TRUCKS (Coiit.)        BOATS AND |NG> (Cont.)      BOATS ft ENGINES <Cont*>    FOR REI^T (Continued) FOR SALE (Continued)    t     i*>R SALE (Continued) The Peninsulo Timet, Wed., Morch 28, T973~Poge A-Si  I960 BUICK Invicta, 4 dr., h.t.  Good condition. Phone 885-  9955 after 3 p.m. ' 1783-18  J960   VOLKSWAGEN. station  wagon, good condition, radio,  ,     new tires. Phone 886-9824.  ' 1833-18  BOATS & ENGINES  16 FOOT plywood boat as is,  what offers? Phone 885-9007.  1689-19  21' - 1972 Fiberform boat, 165  ; H,Pr -Mercruiser, ^sleeps six,  two burner stove, ice, box and  head. Like new! condition. Ph.  885-9086. _ 1751-18  16' PLYWOOD boat, factory'  built with full canvas cover. 15' Evinrude with controls,  original spark plugs' and factory tilt trailer. All in near  perfect condition. Must be  seen to be' appreciated. Price  $950. 885-9750. 1859-18  Rent to Own  Our new exclusive purchalease plan  may be the answer to your home needs.  The mobile home of your choice,  delivered and set up anywhere in B.C.,  all for the first month's rent in        -_-  advance. Then simply pay monthly  payments until you have established the  down payment.  All rental payments apply to the purchase  price.  Immediiate delivery O.A.C.  le  New,  1973 fully ..furnished, 2 bedroom  Caravan with appliances  $99 total delivery deposit  $99 total monthly rental payment  For fqrther information call collect to  Roy Lyons personally.  437-5004 or 437*9738 lease division,  Cosmopolitan Mobile Homes,  5680 Kingsway, South Burnaby.  HEALTH forces sale of 1973  Mercury 9.8 H.P., brand new  never been-in water. Reg. $609  will sell for $525. Phone 885-  9074-' . l.   .:    1839-18  SELLING 24' B.C. Forestry  design, shallow draft boat,  never used. Can be outboard  or inboard powered. Ideal for  local waters. Phone 885-9362.  '         ,1786-18  24'  FIBREFORM Continental,  160 hp Mercruiser, sleeps 5,  stove,   ice   box,   head,. $7950.  Coho Marina, 883-2248.   1847-18  FOR SALE���28ft. gillnetter, B  licence, ,$800 cash. Write W.  Kammerle,  Garden  Bay P.O.  or phone 883-2419 after 5.  1815-18  PETS  PUPPIES   for   free   to   good  home. Phone 886-2161.  ^ 1842-18  2 FEMALE pups, part Pekinese and Elkhound, $10 each.  Phone  885-9948. * 1691-20  _. __  LOST some weeks ago, Roberts Creek or Sechelt, gold  bracelet. Phone 886-9544.  V 1845-18  MORTGAGES  2 ROOMS and bath for gentle-1  men,   also   1   small  and . 1  large room connected. Refeiy  ences.  .1749  Marine,  Gibsons,  .Phone  886-9525.  1834-18  i Real Estate & Insurance  Pender Harbour - Egmont - Earl's Cove  SPACIOUS HOME'��� Not quite finished. Three bedrooms with fireplace. Cabinet kitchen.  1284 sq. ft.  plus basement. F.P. $29,500/terms!  ONE OF A KIND ��� Waterfront lot, deep water, protected moorage. Water, road and power. Full price  $24,500.  NELSON ISLAND��� 23.5 acres. Approx 4000 feet of  beach, includes small island. FuI price $69,000 with  $14,000 down and balance at 7 Vz percent.  LOTS ��� Some with excellent view, water and power.  $6,500 to $8,500 full price.  ALMOST NEW ��� 2-year-blcf Cecfar' rjome orTlevel  lot. 3 bedrooms, wall-to-wall, VA baths, near stores.  Just $21,000 full price.  1st AND 2nd MORTGAGES  Residential  -  Commercial   '  Recreational  All types of real estate financing including builders loans.  Fast appraisal service,.  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  2438 Marine Drive,  West  Vancouver,  B.C.  Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  LIVESTOCK ���"���-'   '   ���_  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885t9369. Chicken feeds - Horse teed - Hog  feed - Cattle vfeed. Hay and  other feeds 'by order.   258-tfn  "4 BLACK and 1 white female"  sheep, all 1 year old. $22 ea.  Lajlar, Klinedale, 883-9974.  1771-18  FEED, SEEDS -  FENCING/FERTILIZER  Buckerfield's  Horse,  Chicken,  Hog   &   Cattle  Feeds  Purina Products  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  R.R. 1,    Gibsons -\  SPECIAL monthly rates un$  May 15. Adults only, no pets.  Ruby Lake Motel, R.R.I.,  Madeira Park. Phone 883-2269  _j 566-tfn  OFFICE space. Harris Block,  Gibsons. 886-2861 after 5:30  p.tn.      1209-tfn  STORE for rent, Marine Dr.,  Gibsons. Suitable for various  merchandising. Ph. McMynn's  Realty, 886-2248. 1855-20  WANTED TO RENT  1 OR 2 bedroom furnished cottage   or   house   in   Gibsons  area by Public Health nurse  beginning in April. References  Available. Phone 886-2089 after  5 p.m. > 1832-20  MARRIED" teacher, requires  house for coming Sept. school  year, 1973. Also looking for  , home until June. Phone 885-  2114 or 885-9470. 1777-18,  2 BEDROOM house by May 1,'  Gibsons to Sechelt area. References available. Call collect  883-2763. 1800-18  WORKING     woman     wants  small house or suite to rent.  Phone  886-9909. 1843-18  FUNRNISHED summer home  required, 4 months,, May 1st.  Prefer waterfront. Reply Box  1792, \ Peninsula Times, Box  310, Sechelt, B.C. 1791-18  RESPONSIBLE business couple need 2 bedroom unfurnished cottage to rent in Roberts Creek area. Phone 886-  9522 -evenings. 1844-18  BUSINESS,   Office   for   rent,  downtonw  Gibsons,  available April 1st, 1973: Phone Dr.  Drache  325-4232  or  886-2248.  ���.'���������1186-20  ADULT  3  wheel  bike,   new  ��� With carrier. View < at Mal-  lett's Bicycle Shop, Albert  Springs-Road,   Gibsons,  $160.   N     1840-18  FIREPLACE   wood   for   sale.  Alder, maple and fir. Phone  883-2417.    ���   ' 1149-tfn  MARINE"ACCESSORIES '  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  Phene 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  MOTOR    bikes,    Suzuki,    80  Trail.  Phone 885-9580  after  6 p.m. 1824-19  SET of cupboards 96* birch  cabinets, 7 drawers, complete with dbuble stainless  steel sink with taps. Phone  886-7260. 1222-18  AVON ��� Porpoise and Davis  Bay. Call after 3 p.m. 885-  2852. 1695-20  BEES   Caucasians   from   Wilsons Bee Farm Nauks and  * packages  April  delivery'.  Ph.  886-2762. n    1224-tfn  1970 12'x48' furnished trailer,  completely setup with wash^  er and dryer. 8'x26' sundec  asking $7500. Phone 885-9524  1825-19  1   FRIDGE,   good   condition,,  $40. 1 Pontiac '62 as is $75  or offers. Ph. 885-2370. 1687-19  UNUSUALLY fine Serpentine  front,' - Mahogany   sideboard.  Victorian   in   Georgian   style. -  $650. Phone 886-7005.  -   ' 1848-18  14*   PLYWOOD   boat,   18 _hp  Johnson and controls. Phone  883-2575.      * 1851-18  GREENHOUSE installed on  your property. Dome shaped,  60,,sq. ft. 'of growing space,  $220 complete. Call Sunshine  Domes, 886-7158. 1715-tfn  FULLER Brush representative  for West Sechelt to and including Langdale. Phone Donna  McCourt.  Phone  886-7839.'  1536-tfn  VIKING automatic elec. stove.  ��� Good condition. Reasonable  offer. 886-7,167. > 1852-18  FLEETWOOD  B-W TV   console.    Working   order,    $35.  Phone  886-2597  after  5   p.m.  1187-20  DELUXE   Oil   range,   timer,  clock,  etc.  Cost price  $315.  Near new sell for $150. Phone  885-9588. 1682-18  MOVINQ, must sell. Two upholstered armchairs with hassocks; colonial drop leaf dining room table; ^combination  . stereo, radio and record play-  ir; maple armchair; love sea,t;>  idney-sWped dressing table;  mirror and stool; Admiral BW  TV, maple, cabinet; colonial  table and wall lamps; hardcover and paperback books  plus other household items.  883-2561. 1860-18  FOR SALE (Continued)  AMWAY Products./ Call after  6 p.m.  885-9958/       1685-19'  2868. S       1179-17  BURGUNDY Hide-a-Bed,'- $45.  ' Table and chairs $10. Crib  and Mattress $45. Youth bed  and mattress and chest of  drawers $35. Older double bed  and mattress $10. Wringer wa-  sher $10. High chair $8. Frost  .Free fridge, near new with  large freezer compartment $75.  Phone 886-2641.   ,      * 1188-18  LEGAL NOTICES  PUBLIC HEARING  ZONING AMENDMENT  BY-LAW No. 119  Take notice that the Council  of the Corporation of the Village of Sechelt, will hold a  Public Hearing at the Municipal Hall, Sechelt, at the hour  of 7:30 P.M. on the 4th day of  April, 1973, under, the provisions of the Municipal Act, to  consider the proposed amendment to provide for Semi-  Industrial uses in the Industrial Zone.  A copy of the proposed  amendment may be inspected  at the Municipal Hall, Sechelt,  during business hours, between March 15, 1973 and  April 4,   1973.   -..������  Dated at Sechelt this 15th  day of March, 1973.  ,  N.  Sutherland,  Municipal Clerk7  9256-pub.  March 21, 29,   1973.  LEGAL NOTICES (Cont.)   ,. _ ��� _  NOTICE OF LEASE  .-_ BY AUCTION  Notice is hereby given that  the right to aequire by leasehold .for residential purposes  certain Crown lands located  on the west side of Porpoise  Bay, North of Sechelt will be  determined by ��� way of        '  PUBLIC AUCTION  to be held in the Auditorium,  Burnaby Mental Health Centre, 3405 Willingdon Avenue  (corner' Willingdon and Can-"  ada Way), Burnaby, B.C. commencing at 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 18th, 1973.  Public parking facilities have  been arranged at the parking  lot at the Willingdon Girls  School, one block south of the  Auction site, to accommodate  40 to 50 vehicles.  Further ^formation regarding the lands to be offered and  terms and conditions should' be  obtained from the Land Commissioner, (Government Agent) Vancouver, B.C. or from  the Director of Lands, Department of Lands, Forests, and  Water Resources, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C.  Terms and condition's will  ���also be announced at the time  of auction.  D. BQRTHWICK  Deputy Minister of Lands  Victoria, B.C.        '  March 4th, 1973  File: 0288628  9263-pub. March 28, 1973  SWAP  16 FOOT boat, 35 H.P. Johnson  and  trailer,  for rider  lawn,   garden   tractor.   Phone^  885-9820. 1789-18  TENDERS  *..-���??& .'..---.  Open:, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.,  " Tuesday to Saturday  MODERN HOME ��� Two-year-old 2 bedroom home  on Va acre with wonderful view. Just $27,900 with  terms.  ���WE NEED LISTINGS���  Call: John Breen or Archie Brayton  883-2794 (24 hrs.) 883-9926  Jock Hermon  883-2745  One  mile , south of ��� Sunshine  Coast Highway  Pratt RoadV 886-7527  \ 9292-tfn   _A-   FOR RENT  FULLY furnished  2  bedroom  home. Selma Park. 885-2191.  1853-18  ���. ��� ��������� ������i --   HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.  -     7815-tfn  BRITISH COLUMBIA  HYDRO AND POWER  , AUTHORITY  Invites tenders for supply of  labour and equipment on an  "As Required Basis" for the  digging and blasting of pole  holes���Sechelt Power District.  Reference No. CQ 7849  ' Closing date: April 11, 1973  Sealed tenders clearly, marked as above-referenced will be  received in Room 1056, B.C.  Hydro and Power Authority  Building, 970 Burrard Street,  Vancouver 1, B.C. until 11:00  a.m. local time, April 11, 1973.  Details may be obtained  from the Purchasing Department, 10th floor, 970 Burrard  Street, Vancouver 1, B.C., telephone 683-8711, Local 2577.  9262-18  FOR SALE  TUPPERWARE   and   Amway.  Phone  886-2546. 1694-20  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  SECHELT HOME SITE #19-2-817  Here is a dandy lot level ond cleared. Power, water and phone  available. Frontage of 60 feet on paved street, room for homo  and garden. C. R Gathercole 886-2785, office 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  PHONE:  Office 885-2235  From Vancouver Toll Free - ZEnith 2012  GIBSONS #6-2-811  Levql lot In Village for only $3,500. Close to shops and schools,  ���Ufcock Warn, eves. 886-268), offlco 885-2235 (24 hrs.).  LIVING PLUS REVENUE ���-VIEW #17-2-818  Charming 2 bedroom home, large water view living room, auto, oil  heat, excellent kitchen. 100tx200 ft. lot. has small self-contained  all electric cottage at rear, excellent rental for single person. Good  garden. $10,000 down, $160 month Includes 9% Interest, full  prlco $26,000. Five major appliances' aro Included. To vlow,  Peter Smith 885-9463 qves,. office 885-2235 (24 hours).  2 BEDROOM HOME ON 1 ACRE ��� ROBERTS CREEK #2-733  Over 1,000 sq. ft. 2-bedroom home with full concrete basement  ond auto, oil ,heat. Wired for rango, washer and dryer, Gently  sloping land with good garden soil and water supply, on Highway  101. Quick possession. Price $25,000. For appolrirment, Don  Haddcn 885-9504 eves,, office 885-2235 (24 hours),  FORMER LEGION PREMISES I #2-243  At Selma Park. Wide angle-view from these two lots located at  corner of Selma Park Rood (Breakwater Road) and Hwy. 101  with frontage 135 fr. One-storey frame building, approx, 1850  sq.ft. Full price for all $32,-000. Bob Kent or Don Hqdden 885-  2235 (24 hours).  GIBSONS , #2-794  Good vlow lot, 65' x 129' an quiet street of now homes, Full price  $6,800, Jack Warn 886-2681 eves, or office 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  WATERFRONT ��� FURNISHED DUPLEX #16-2-701  Flat beach, lease lot, splld Duplex easily converts to single use.  Outside needs paint, Interior good, Owner wants sale. Price Is only  $5,800 firm. All cash. To view, Poter Smith 885-9463 eves, or  office 885-2235 (24 hours.)  MOBILE HOME,���SELMA PARK #2-656  New 2 bodroom C.S.A. approved mobile homo, completely set up  on ono of thho finest large view lots available. Connected to regional water, hydro and phono. Drapes, stove and fridge In sale  and 15' x 8' canopy and steol garden shed still In packing may  be Included for full price of $17,900. Don Hadden 885-9504  eves, or offlco 885-2234 (24 hours).  VILLAGE CORNER #2-762  Cleared, corner residential lot. Closo to government wharf and  flno fishing, Fronts on two paved roods, Hydro, phone, water on  road, Reasonably priced at $6,500 F.P. Bob Kent 885-9461 or  offlco 885-2235 (24 hours).  $7,500 FULL PRICE I #2-405  Cozy cottage, ono beclcoom plus on lease lot at Solma Park, Water-  front location. Good for year-round or summer residence, Bob Kent  805-946) eves, or office 085-2235 (24 hours).  WEST SECHELT ., #19-2-020  Luxury homo on lorgo lot. 1485 sq. ft. on main floor wllh bath  ond a half. Wall-to-wall through most of tho houso. Two lorgo  sun docks and carport under. Full basement with revenue sulto In  part, For particulars call Jock Warn 886-2681 or offlco 885-2235  (24 hours). ,  FISHING AREA���LOTS-r-$550 mln. down payment #36-2-669  Excellent trood lots, near water ond stores, but quiet, Hydro and  wator to lot linos. All In excoss of 7500 sq, ft. From $5,450 to  $6,500, 10% down, good terms. Poter Smith 885-9463 eves, or  Don Hadden 085-9504 oves. Offlco 885-2235 (24 hours).  2 BEDROOM VIEW HQME ��� NEAR NEW    , #17-2-809  Lovely, all-electric home, lived In loss than a year. 21x10 ft,  living room, shag carpeting. 1% baths, Lot Is 75x125, corner lot,  away from highway. Fridge, range and hood Included In Top Prlco  of $27,500, See this ond love It. To vlow, Peter Smith 885-9463  evenings, or office 805-2235 (24 hours).  HALFMO9N  BAY WATERFRONT���Prostigo Homo #2-753  Near now 4 Iwdroom, 2-��toroy home, hos 2Y* baths, auto, oil  heat, double carport and a covered sundeck above 30' x 12' hobby  shop, The % acre lot htos a gentle slope to the 40'x 12' float on  sheltered water at Halfmoon Day. This proporty Is *onod CM,'  suitable for a marina or tourist accommodation etc. Full price  $63,000. Don Hadden 885-9504 oves. or Office 883-2235 (24  hours).  VIEW PRQPIrVTY ��� WEST SECHELT #2-764  Over 4 ocres of vlow proporty wllh southern exposure. Good subdivision possibilities, with Regional wator ond hydro at both endtf  of property, Cosy remodelled 3 bedroom home hos wide vlow of  the Gulf. Full price $37,500. Don Hadden 005-9504 eves, or  offlco 885-2235 (24 hours),  'AS,K FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  AGENCIES LTb.  JL_  SECHELT BUSINESS AND PREMISES #2-745  Good seaside location serving meols and take-out orders. Has two  'bedroom accommodation for owner with beautiful living room  vlow. Lot has, largo capacity for expansion, View this with mo  In our office on our closed television facilities, Loss than $90,000  full prlco. Requires about $30,000 down. Balance on good terms.  Bob Kent 885-9461 or offlco 805-2235 (24 hours,).  )  Box 128, Socholt, B.C.  PHONE 885-2235  or call toll-free from the Greater Vancouver Area  Zenith 2012  (G. & O.E.)  MEDICAL CLINIC in Sechelt is expanding - its getting another floor.  Dr. Eric Paetkau told The Times that  basically the building is a four-doctor  -office and with the addition will be  able to accomodate the seven doctors  currently using the facility. The addition will add 1,800 square feet to the  clinic. Business office and labs will  be housed upstairs. Gaines Construction of Gibsons is doing the work.  Rec cenlre bylaw  gels final reading  GIBSONS ��� Village council gave final  reading March 20 to, their recreation  centre by-law, fixing the date of a second  referendum for April 14.  An advance poll will be held April 12.  Owner - electors will, be asked for  power to borrow a sum, not exceeding  $500,000, for construction of a recreation  complex on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  , In other council news, Aid. Hugh  Archer urged that warning signs be erected around the new sewage treatment  plant,  "It's been backfilled, and kids can  get in." he said. "I think we should put  up 'no trespassing' signs or at least something to limit our liability."  Clcrk-trcas. David Johnston said this  was the responsibility of the contractor,  Further to a request from Calvary  Baptist Church for connection to the village water supply, Johnston reported that  water pressure in the aren was too low,  nnd connection was "quite impractical,"  Archer ropditcd that a village representative had not yet been chosen for tho  Sea Cavnlcndc beauty queen contest,  He congratulated the Sea Cavalcade  Committee on their preparations for a  tour May 1 and 2 when a delegation from  Gibsons will visit Vancouver, Victoria  and Narialmo. During the tour, Sea ^aval-  cade representatives will meet wllh Mayor  Art Phillips of Vancouver, Mayor Peter  Pollen of Victoria nnd Mayor Frank Ney  of Nanaimo.  Council will send n representative on  the tour If possible.  Aid. Winston Hohlnson, chairman of  tho building committee, said thai, tho  tennis courts should be playable in two  weeks,  f^SMaaBBaBHBBafaTBaBHHiaoB  LORD JIM'S  LODGE  Take your family out  for Lunch or Dinner  Heated Pool and Saunaa  available at extra charge  WEDDING RECEPTIONS,  STAFF PARTIES, ETC.  For Reservations  Phone 886-2232  SB0Brag��WSS��fflBSBHaHBBHBBBBBBBBBBSBa]  Anavets Anaversary  Old Legion Hall, Sechelt  9 p.m.,SATURDAY, MARCH 31st  Uariety l^late     ^k     $2.50  We are in the market for  SHINGLE & SHAKE  BOLTS  UP TO $110.00 PER CORD  OVER S CORDS PICKED UP  CASH FOR EVERY LOAD  Ask of D.  Wood at:  INTERNATIONAL SHAKES LTD.  2055 Comooc Road, Courtenay/Ph. 339-3906  mEafjRifiSBR  mWmm  FORECAST  PRING  NOW!  Spring Tune-up Special  You'll want to cruise or fish In-  botwoon spring showers . . .so bring  your MorCminor in EARLY for that  Spring Tuno-up.  Madeira  Park  COHO MARINA  Phone  883-2248  \ v  .'      L* , w\  ���'u  ~S~ ���  .- f   -   ' 'A-t ^  M/  Plant sale, tea  slated at Egmont  EGMONT���latest movie at Egmpnt Com-  1 munity Hall was, African Safari.   Egmont women plan something special for gardeners and others interested-in'  plants on March 28 (today).  A plant sale and tea will be held Egmont Community Hall at 2 p.m. There  will also be a display, of local wild plants  and their uses.  Friends of Stan Silvey are pleased to  hear that he will soon be out of St.  Mary's Hospital. He suffered a heart attack. Ben Griffith in St. Paul's in Vancouver is also recovering from his latest  operation.  Terry and Barbara Phillips, with their  family, are ��in process of selling their  Egmont home and moving to Sechelt.  A dance will be held, in Egmont Hall  March 31. George Page's orchestra will  be playing and it is hoped the music will  appeal to young and old.  From the pulpit  ���-by Pastor Gerry Foster,  ,   Gibsons Pentecostal Church  WE live in an uncertain'world. Where is  the next'bomb going to go off? Will  the world's monetary crisis be solved?  Is it safe to walk down the street? Will  I be on strike next week? Uncertainties  abound and this in itself is rather perplexing.  But praise God there are some things  we can be absolutely sure about and  one of them is that if we have asked God  to forgive our sins and have placed our  full confidence on Christ's death and  resurrection, then we have assurance of  sins forgiven. Yovi, are walking around  today with a load of .guilt that is weighing you down but God can lift that burden if you ask Him. '  ,  Some suggest, that we cannot know  for- a certainty that our sins are forgiven.  But what does the Bible say on this.  Jesus told a paralytic once: "Take heart,  my son, your sins are forgiven." Paul  writes in Ephesians, "In Christ we have  the forgiveness of our sins", and John  tells us that "our sins are forgiven." We  do not have to wait till some future  date to know that we stand justified  before God. You can be certain of this  right now.  -  3  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times'        Wednesday, March 28, 1973  stances should apply to rural zoning,  which is what the Land Commission Act  now before the B.C.  Legislature does."  Five of the six-man canoes used during the Canadian Centennial celebrations  in 1967 will paddle from Bennett, B.C.,  to Dawson City,- Yukon, next August as  a part of "Klondike '73" celebrations commemorating the 75th anniversary of the  discovery of gold in the Klondike.  Gibsons Pentecostal  Highwoy & Martin  Sunday School 9:45 a.irii  Services 11:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.  Phone 886-71D7     I  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  The United Church of Canada  sntvicis  St. John's United Church - Dcvb Bey  j-U��   .> Sundoy.Sprvicat- 9:30 a.m.  y\     -    Roberto Creek United  Sunday Services - 2:30 p.m.  Gibtoru United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  / Port Motion United  Sunday Services ��� 7:30 p.m  (2nd and 4th Sundays)  Minhtiy  Rev. Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 886-2333  Lawyers ask appeal on land act rulings  CONCERN that arbitrary decisions" will.  be taken in camera by a proposed adr  ministrative tribunal to be established  under the government's new Land Com-,  mission Act, and that decisions of that'  tribunal will not be subject to review or  appeal was expressed recently by- the  B.C. Branch of the Canadian Bar Association.  The concern was expressed in,a resolution approved at the March meeting of  the branch's council in Vancouver. The  resolution demands a clearer definition of  the conseqences of designating land under  the act.  It further provides that if the designation of land adversely affects its value  the commission should either expropriate  the land or pay the land owner fair comr  pensation for interests - affected by designation, said John McAlpine, vice president  of the B.C. branch. The resolution stipulates that the commission be required to  complete the expropriation of fair payment of compensation within one year  from date of any designation by the commission. :<"'���,���  The resolution as previously drafted  before passage purported to "define '-'fair  compensation", but it was deleted because  there are already.-well established principles for establishing "fair compensation"  in the courts, according to McAlpine.  The resolution also recommended that  ^,th�� i>rdjios��d 0tHt^m ^'&q��mtiZ  "- niamtanv a^xj^^all'^ffi^:$at^;.wh|clM\^7':  decisiohs of the commission be recorded,  that the decisions of the commission be  deemed public information, and that the  commission  be required  to  provide in  writing and without delay all reasonable  information which may be required by  the public with respect to any land in the  Province of British Columbia, t-3  pmmm^Mmmmyu.  HANDICAPPED children can have  great fun jvith the dollars from East-.  er Seals. All three Lions clubs on the  Sunshine Coast-Gibsons, Sechelt and,  Pender Harbour - sponsor Easter  Seals and residents are urged to buy  arid use the stamps. Six hundred  <|iadren enjoyed meaningful camping experiences in 1972 ancT45 young  students provided care and supervision. Last year $78,762 from Easter  Seals was spent on ihe summer program. This year $85,900 will be need--  ed.  CALL COLLECT  Bus. 278-6291  - Res. 273-6747  INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS  Good Used Cars and Trucks  B.E. (Mickey) COE  FLEET AND LEASE MANAGER  369 No. 3 Rd. - Ben Jacqbsen Motors Ltd.  Richmond, B.C.  ���>v,r;i ;-���*��.  ���,*J -f"  BAPTIST CHURCH SBRVICB  CALVARY BAPTIST  CHURCH  Fork Rood, Gibsons 886-7449  Momlno Worship 9:30 o.m.  Sunday School 10:45 a.m.  Evening Fellowship 7:00 p.m.  Prayer and Bible Study, Thursdays 7:30 p.m.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  Mermeid and Trail Sechelt 886-7449  Sunday Schooll 0:00 a.m.  Worship Service 11:15 a.m.  Prayer and Bible Study,  Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.  REV. W. N. ERICKSON, Pastor  It was further resolved that the commission should be held accountable ot  law for any loses suffered by the public  by reason of misinformation provided by  the central office.  Another spokesman at the council  meeting speaking to the resolution, the  chairman of the environmental law subsection of the branch, Russ Anthony of  Vancouver, said, "The legislation is poorly  drafted and requires clarification on a  number of important areas, which we  have asked for today."  "It's a zoning type of act," he said,  "and zoning is not new. If personal rights  are to be affected by this legislation on  the same level as present municipal legislation does, then the same principles of  compensation which apply  in those in-  MR. SEAMLESS  will have a  v  Ifybutein  the market  for a car loan,  we'll throw in  $25 toward  the plates.  NO MORE  PAINTING  the finish that will  not flake, chip or  fade.  20-YEAR  PAINT  WARRANTEE  licensed and Bended.  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DRI0NENKI ��� Madeira Park  I 7  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  BY-LAW No. 77  A By-law to authorize a submission to the owners of land within Electoral.  Areas B, C, D, E, and F of the Sunshine Coast Regional District on the  question of participation in the function of "Construction, Operation and  Maintenance of a Recreation Centre, including an Ice Arena".   -  WHEREAS the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District has  been requested to undertake the "Construction, Operation and Maintenance  of a Recreation Centre, including an Ice Arena" as a function of the Regional  Districtfor the member municipalities and Electoral Areas;  AND WHEREAS the proposed function would provide for the construction of  an Ice Arena and other facilities of a recreational nature on publicly owned  land in the Roberts Creek area of the Regional District;  AND WHEREAS the member municipalities' of the Village of Gibsons and  the Village of Sechelt have, agreed to submit to tlfe owners of land within  those municipalities the question of participation in the proposed function concurrently with, and in similar form, to that submitted to the owners within  the Electoral.Areas; -���v/y.:m.:~,ymr:'-'':'-V}.i\\:'\-'.?''''���       :.',\v  NOW, THEREFORE, the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District in open meeting assembled, enacts as follows: ���  1. A poll shall be taken of the owners of land qualified to vote within  Electoral Areas B. C, ,D, E, and F.  ������-.- .,���    7\7    ..���',,������������������������ ���      .���:���.������.������    7     ~r    .    :  ' V ^>-  ��� '       ���  ���-'    '   ���'���   '���������.���������'   "���  ���..-.   ���������-��� }" ���������   : ';  2. The poll shall be taken on the 14th day of April, 1973 between the  hours of 8 o'clock in the forenoon and 8 o'clock in the afternoon.  3. An advanced poll shall be conducted at the Regional District Office,  Davis Bay; between the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 5  ���    .     o'clock in the afternoon on the 12th day "of April, 1��73, and those  permitted to vote at the advanced poll are those who, being qualified  to vote, sign a statement that7they7;exp^t7t6.:';b��;';abseht7fiFom. the  area on polling-day or they arerfpr reasons of conscience prevented  7from voting on polling day. V  4. The question on tne ballot shall read:  "Ate you in favour of the Regional Board undertaking the Construction, Operation and Maintenance of a Recreation Centre, including an Ice Arena under the following terms and conditions:  (a) The capital cost of construction and development shall not  exceed $500,000.00; ;  .���(b)   Apportionment of the cost of the function among the participating member municipalities and Electoral Areas shall  be on the basis pf assessment which may be taxed for  x      school purposes for the current year in.the Electoral Areas  and for general municipal purposes in municipalities;  (c) The annual cost of the said function shall not exceed the  product of a levy of three mills on the net taxable assessed  value of land and improvements referred to in clause (b).  Yesor No?".  This By-law may be cited as the "Construction, Operation and Maintenance  of a Recreation Centre, including an Ice Arena By-law No. 77, 1973".  READ,  ^  D;A^IRST7tiin&,this$^ 1973* 47 7  ,~>i��s~jVAJ  ji-'>\'.v.,-/;     ���������*�� *a     fss >U( .*j w�� V; ����: it, A iw "v> ��� ��i> *'���- ���-%" >-'-. ���>>���  ���:;.-..     ,i��    ..������.,.     i,       ���      >,:.,   ,���;.k;,,,;.;_,  ir,;    si  .fl,,;it-    *ji  Hi,   1-,;!  CWf        ���'.���?.-.',-     ������'���'   -A   ������ ���'.  ��� ,-;    . .-    ���       ,^        .,..     :A*:iJ. , :  .;���     ?-������      J^'    I*    -.     "��� ���"'        '.   '���   '  READ A SECOND time this 22nd day of February, 1973.  READ A THIRD time this 22nd day of February, 1973.  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a true copy of By-law No. 77 as at 3rd  reading authorizing the submission of the question therein set forth for the  assent of the owner-electors of the Regional District and upon which question  the vote will be taken at:  Electoral Area  Covered  B  B  C  D  E  F  Location of Poll  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  West Sechelt Elementary School  Davis Bay Elementary School  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Elphinstone Secondary School, Gibsons  Langdale Elementary School  on the 14th day of April, 1973, between the hours of eight (8) o'clock in  the forenoon and eight (8) o'clock in the afternoon, and that Mrs. G. T. London  has been appointed Returning Officer for the purpose of taking and recording the vote of the electors.  An advance poll will be conducted at the Regional District Office, Davis Bay,  between the hours of nine (9) o'clock in the forenoon and five (5) o'clock  in the afternoon on the 12th day of April, 1973, and those permitted to  Vote at the advance poll are only those who, being duly qualified owner-  electors, sign a declaration that:  (a) they expect to be absent from the Regional District on polling day;  (b) they arc for reasons of conscience prevented from voting on polling day;  (c) they'through circumstances beyond their control will not be able  to attend the poll on polling day.  Subject to the exception hereinafter recited, persons entitled to vote on this  question arc only those owner-electors whose names appear on tho 1972-1973  List of Electors as prepared by the Regional District for the several electoral  areas.  An owner-elector whose name does not appear on the List of Electors but  is otherwise qualified may apply to the Secretory of the Regional District for  a certificate that he is entitled to vote and the Secretary may, upon production  by the applicant of satisfactory written evidence of ownership, give a certificate under his hand entitling him to vote. The applicant shall bo required  to execute the appropriate declaration under the provisions of Section 46A  of the Municipal Act before a certificate is issued. A certificate may be procured at any time during office hours between the dale of this notice and  polling day. On polling day a certificate will be obtainable only between the  hours of 1:00 p.m. nnd 3.00 p.m. at the Regional District Office, Davis Bay.  Where more lhan one poll is held in an Electoral Area, an elector may vote  at only one poll.  Doted at DnvU Bay this 19th day of March, 1973. /  CHARLES V. 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Then wihen I (did. the laundry,  someone had left a Kleenex in his  pocket and an entire batch of blue  jeans emerged with wads of tissues  clinging to them. After I'd shaken  each piece of doming my laundry  room resembled a chicken-plucking  factory.    I could see it just wasn't going to  be a good day for being fdomestic. So,  I decided to take to the woods and  enjoy a leisurely nature walk.  A new road is being put through  just beyond our property so I decided  to test it on foot. With our collie in  the lead and youngest son in tow, the  three of us started out.  It had rained heavily the day-  before, causing the freshly, disturbed  earth to turn to a gumbo-like consistency. Discovering this too late, we  sank into the stuff as I picked up my  son and let go of the dog's leash so  he could make his own way out of it.  Every step became soggier. The  muck was around my knees. I tried  to run, but it was much like trying  to score ,a touchdown while wearing  waterfilled hip waders.  Not knowing whether to forge  ahead in the hopes that,.: the mud  would dissijpate or try and backtrack through it all again I opted for  the first plan.  Midway along the sloppy road I  met two surveyors busily at work.  Squishing through the mud I tried to  act nonchalant, hi guys, been peeking through many windows? Seen any  sights lately?"  They ignored me. I suppose they  could tell I was a former city girl  because anyone used to country  would have been smarter than to go  for a /woodland .-walk atter& heavy  rtin.- *>was absurdly hSmlng "T^F  toe Through the Tulips" and thinking  more fitting words would be something like "Slogging Through the  Sludge," when we spotted a drier  stretch of pathway. Hurrying towards it I lost my footing and slipped  into some yicky red mud. Now it was  ah over the back of my clothes as  well as covering my boots. My young  son refused to associate with me  cause he said I looked all "pooey."  A view minutes later we reached  home only to discover I'd locked us  out. I stewed over our predicament  for awhile and then remembered an  unlocked window. Putting the ladder  up to it while the do�� barked excitedly and then capriciously bounded  off to his favorite mud hole, I proceeded to climb. In my mud-splattered attire I looked like the before  ad for Mr. Clean.  I was tottering on the top rung  when a car pulled into our driveway  and my husband emerged. "Would  you by any chance 'be a chocolate  covered Easter bunny?" he asked.  Then, proceeding to the bottom of  the ladder he added through clenched  teeth, "did you forget what day this  is?"  Gazing down at him I saw another  man getting out of the car. He was  strictly Saville Row. Then I heard  barking and from my lofty perch  looked on in horror as our muddy dog  bounded over and pounced on my  husband's luncheon guest.  With enormous cafce . .u  A   "\  Old age pensioners note  15th anniversary rites  r \ s m\  r \  GIBSONS���This hour had IS years, and  its theme was "Happy Birthday",'for  it was the 15th anniversary of Branch  No. 38 of the Old Age Pensioners' Association.       \ N  It was rather a, coincidence that 1$  years ago the group started with only  15 members, and today this has grown  to 158i- There was an enormous birthday  cake to commemoriate the occasion, a  profusion of daffodils to feed the soul, as  well as a variety of festive foods for the  inner man.   -  But there was the more serious side  also, as the show must go on. New members? There certainly were: Mrs. D. Car-  ruthers, Mrs. F. Craven, Mr. W. Kent  and Mr. and Mrs. J. Nordin. Also welcomed were Mr. and Ms. S. Spires, two former members who had dropped in to join  in the celebration while visiting this area  - The problem of transportation for  members to and from the meeting had  not yet been solved, as. Jim Holt reported  that three additional cars were still needed, but the group was pleased to learn  that Mrs. C. Mandelkau had offered the  use of her car for this purpose.  The Sea Cavalcade and its plans were  also discussed, and the members unanimously agreed to help with the information centre, now being organized by the'  Cavalcade. Then for May 1 and 2, the  organization is planning to sponsor a good  will tour, and each group participating  in their program would be eligible to  send a representative. The president,  Lome MacLaren, was delegated to join  the tour.  Shaughnessy Hospital was also in the  picture. An outline of its need for material for a special type of craft work^was  given, and the members were1 asked to  save, old nylons and pantyhose for this  purpose. Later, arrangements would be  made for these to be deposited in' cartons in the various supermarkets.  The group was most appreciative of  the Kinsmen Clubs offer' of their club  room for committee meetings.  Now for travel plans. We are almost'  afraid to even whisper these in view of  the criticism contained in one of the lo->  cal papers, but here goes! Sure, the mem-'  bers do a lot of travelling, but possibly;  it's because they want to see this world'  before the next. But whatever the reason,'  tours have again been planned. On May'  5 the group leaves for Reno by bus, and  on October 6 they'll take to the air for  Hawaii.  So in that hour 15 years were review-'  ed, a b|rthday party held, and come the  merry, merry month of May they'll be off  to Reno, and just when they've begun to  settle down, off they'll go again around  Thanksgiving to Hawaii. "*  Now!  Jackson Bros.  Logging Co.  Ltd.  Openings for Loggers:  ��� Machine Operators  ��� Welders  * Industrial Mechanics  * Men willing to learn  welcome.  PHONE 885-2228  ,     for interviews  KAY MITTLESTEADT, left, receives event marking the start of ladies  trophy recognizing her as the first days at the club. Belle is wearing her  lady member to ��<core a hole-in-one    newly^acquired   pin    ~~    J~J    '~  at the Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club. Handing over the award is  Belle Dube, ladies captain. Present-,  ation was made Saturday at the  ladies spring luncheon,  an annual  awarded for  breaking" 100. Also presented with  a "100' pin was ��>oreen Gregory. Eve  Mollick and BettyjTurnbuli also qualified for the 'breaking 100' club, but  were absent from the luncheon. ��� 7  "  News Notes  REPAIRS  Stones and  Flno Gifts  a Specialty  e  100% WATERPROOF  WATCHES BY ROLEX  ��  ENICAR WATCHES  WELCH'S CHOCOLATES  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Socholt, B.C.  005-2421  THE leprauchans were not the only ones  busy up in the extended care lounge  of St. Mary's Hospital. There it was, the  17th of Ireland, but it also was the birthday of Mrs. Maude McHeffey. Danghter-  4n-law, MES.JSL-M*;     *  Ht lovely ferWf&i  daughter Laurie* came along, .with gifts'  from the family; other friends visiting on  this happy occassion were Mrs. Procknow,  Mrs. Tandy and Mrs. Tina Vanderhorn,  from Gibsons.  Mrs. R. Pierce also had a birthday,  hers was on the 14th and her husband  brought her a beautiful cake on the Wednesday, but she was honored along with,  Mrs. McHeffey on the Saturday. ,  The patients had decorated-the lounge  with shamrocks and little green mfen (not  the doctors) and green streamers, leaving  no doubt that it was St. Patrick's Day.  The Irish singers were Mrs'. Margaret  Foxall, Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell, Mrs. Bill  Coffey, Gunnar Hansen,' Walter James,  with Mrs. Ruby Hatcher on the piano.  Mrs. Hazel Evans accompanied Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell on the piano for her  solos.  Volunteer workers for the party were  Mrs. Ada Dawe, Kay Purely, Els Zuidema,  Heather White, Annette Issaiaa, P. Connor. The staff of the hospital always join  in on the parties, first' they get the  patients in a party mood, then move them  all that are able into the lounge. Above  all.they are so frieridly and co-operative  it is a pleasure to be with them.  Elsewhere in the hospital, special tray  favors were provided by the Port Mellon  Auxiliary and resin shamrocks were made  by the Sechelt Girl Guides, to carry the  < Irish theme throughout St. Mary's.  A. Swanson from Surrey is visiting  for two months with his son, Harold  Swanson, in Sechelt.  The first Sechelt Cub and Scout Group  Committee wishes to thank everyone who  helped make the houseware coffee party  at St. Hilda's Church Hall, March 20, a  successful event. Serving and assisting  were, Mrs. Marg Macdel, Mrs. Marg De-  Hart, Mrs. Colleen McCuaig and Mrs'.  Donalda Sigouin.  Speaking on behalf of those who attended, it was a real fun party, meeting  oil the "good neighbors" who were there.  Hawaii called and Uncle Mick and  Betty McKay answered, carrying their  message from Selma Park to' Honolulu  where they stayed for a month. If you  sold shoes all year wouldn't you like it  where the feet were bare for a change?  Mrs. Hilda Carey has returned to Sechelt from a five-week holiday in Honolulu, a pleasure to visit with her daughter  and family, seeing hor grandchildren and  the way they have nprontcd up In two  years. Sunshine nnd sand and lota and  lots of Canadians. Two Myn after her  arrival tho weather -tnfncd cold and it  rained torrents. Of course that kind of  weather doesn't last long, Just flccmn long  when one is expecting sunshine, Tho treat  of the whole trip was attending tho opera  for an excellent performance of "Faust."  ^-by Peggy Connor  Mrs. Carey's son, Terry Moore, had a  friend with the opera who invited her to  the cast party after.  First Sechelt Guide company enrolled  seven more of their Guides, March 23.  fiftey^taQught along^;  Deputy: (��mB^sipnery7Dotaalda^>^igouin,  *' thd^FaSfee, grand-** did the hortbf^. pjes^tb^^he^j^ tq.A  "      ' the   girls,   and^hearirig^their   promise.  Golfing women win  pins at luncheon  WOMEN of the Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club held a spring luncheon  March 21, . ���:', ' "' V.,:'-;-'-v:': 7. ������'..,���  7 It proved to be a great success with  60 members attending. After lunch special pins were awarded to the women who  have broken 1Q0. They were Mrs.- Bell  ilDube and Doreen Gregory. Unable to attend to receive these pins were Mrs. V.  Douglas and Mrs. E. Mollock. Mrs. K.  Mittlesteadt received her trophy for her  spectacular hole-in-one. A skit was presented by some of the club's actresses.  Topic: "What not to do on the Course".  It was termed hilarious.  while Captain Jean Mclennan, and 1st  Lieutenant Janice Mullen assisted with  the mothers watching.  Enrolled were, Mary Conor, Barbara  Gibson, Darcy Campbell, Louise Murphy,  Nancy Henderson, Patty Bilous, Natalie  Van Egmond.  Patty Bilous had a friend, Mrs. Mary  Cooper, fill in as her mother, as her own  was busy  in  the  hospital with a new ���  sister.      v  Mrs. F. Clayton and daughters, Mrs.  Peggy Hemstreet, Mrs. Phyllis Morris  have returned from a wonderful trip to  Europe. They stayed for 19 days in a  small place close to Torro Molinas, Spain,  taking a side trip to Morroco by ferry.  The lack of space, as we are used to, was  the most noted thing about this part of  their trip.  They journeyed on to London to find  it dreary there, wet and still damp. The  ladies enjoyed it going to theatres, seeing  as many of the highspots of London as  they had time for; Windsor castle and  game reserve; sat in for a few moments  at the House of Parliament, Buckingham  Palace, changing of the guards.  They were met at the airport by niece  and cousin, Alice Potts. Alice, who grew*  up in Sechelt, is head of the London District for Avon, a "small-town-glrl-makes  good-ln-London" headline, for the youngest member of the Potts family.  I keep trying to lose weight, but it  keeps finding me,  names  Women's editor  IN ITS continuing efforts to present a  top-rated newspaper to the Sunshine  Coast, the Peninsula Times has instituted a women's page and named a women's  editor.  Joan Proctor has been appointed women's editor ahd will develop a page devoted tp women's interest, club and social news.  Mrs. Proctor, writing the highly popular and amusing column Strait Talk for  the past six months, will continue with  that contribution, of course.  She has had several years experience  with newspapers and was formerly women's editor of the Kamloops News-Advertiser.  Anyone from Port Mellon to Egmont  wishing news items in the Peninsula  Times should call Mrs. Proctor at 886-  2073. News intended for the women's page  should reach Mrs. Proctor not later than  Friday morning if it is to be published  tho following Wednesday. Especially  sought will be weddings, engagements,  fashion news, auxiliary news and, the  like. There will be recipes, the latest in  home furnishings, and other items of interest.  Anyone with suggestions for the page  should contact Mrs. Proctor at the above  number or 885-0654, 888-2635 or 886-2121.  VALUABLE COUPON  CLIP THIS COUPON  IWIWt*liWWtil|��*WWWMWMWWMWWWW��  SAVE $4.00  PRESENT THIS COUPON  AND SAVE ON YOUR NEXT  HAIR COLORING  Unenlai \^olffure&   & boutique  Troll Bay Mall, Sechelt���For Appointment Phone 885-2339  VALID ON APRIL 3rd & 10th ONLY .  lamwmemneaei  GOVERNMENT APPROVED CHARTERS  All Airline Reservations, Tickets, Tours and Cruises  Fly-Now-Pay-Later for all your travel needs.  Contact your Local Travel Agent: #  Phone 885-2339-922-0221  ���.*<���������  Recreation Centre  PUBLIC MEETINGS  WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 8:00 p.m.  Welcome Beach Hall, Redrooffa Road  WEDNESDAY APRIL 4, 8:00 p.m.  Sechelt Elementary School  Would  believe?  Vacuuming  easy  with the  care-free  FILTEX  built-in  system   ^  'K'r  No Lifting!  WDrming!  No Tangling!  No Noise!  Juit litujlm lh�� convenient! ol hiving vacuum oulleti  in your tome, then til you would do It Imeit ttii  connector end ol the hois and merrily vacuum iwiy.  TMi woili-ievlnjmodern lyitem cen le eeilly hilelled  In in ulitlni home it well ��i found In Ihe mon  popular new modeli.  The mteK PowerMac Cleaner opcfilei (com i tlnilo  unit remotely located In Ihe |tiaf�� tr iccvlce arei.  It require! no ipeclal wlilni hut (ilup Into ieiultr  IIO/ll5volthoui�� current.  Thlt remarhthle built In vacuum lyitem tekei dlit  completely ��wiy from your living i����~lt It vacuumed  directly Into the disenable duit bt( located In Ihe  remote unit.  ' You really mint eee tha litnt fllln honicmiklnt convenience Io appreciate lit many ctre tile idrintaiei.  Com�� to...  E* NEWMAN  PLUMBING & HOT WATER MATING  DAVIS BAY ROAD/PH. 885-2116  EVERYONE IS INVITED  Refreshments Provided  \    i  t     ��� f-  ti ' i  '   <t.  ;\  Land charge element  of water is different  EFFECTIVE this year, the land, charge" .,  1 , element of the annual water Wli itnay-  be inducted on the annual provincial tax .  hill, said Charles Gooding, Sunshine Coast -  Regional District administrator.  This will enable qualified property  owners to apply the home owners grant  to the charge. <  The instructions from the provincial  government were received at the time  water bills were, being processed, said  Gooding, and the only action' that could  be taken was the cancellation. of the  charge on the bill with the brief note . ^->*  stating that the charge would be collect- \^y :  ed with provincial taxes, he said.  -  ' If the'' property owner is a user, a  notice on the bill will advise him that the  land charge will be included on his tax  bill and the only charges payable to the  regional district will be the user charge.  If he owns vacant 'land, a notice on  the original bill advising him that the  land charge will be included on his tax  bill.  Please come in for your free little  notebook and wee bit of shortbread  on March 28th and 29th, Miss Bee's 1st  Anniversary, Sechelt.  \     ���  ^1 \  / /  hetdoy, Morch 21, 1973       The Penin��ulo Timet Page A-9  TRY U^i I mmffmmmm\  G. &i. Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  __    SERVING THE PENINSULA     .������_,.  Plumbing               �� Repairs & Installations  ���* Hot Water Heating          @   Duct Work  Q Pump Repairs and Installation  Q Blocked Drains and Sewers :  FREE ESTIMATES. ��� 24-HOUR SERVICE  ED CHARLEBOIS - Certified Plumber - PH. 886-7638  Harvey Funeral  Home Ltd.  Serving the Sunshine^ Coast  24 hours a day.  A COMPLETE FUNERAL  OR MEMORIAL SERVICE  AT MODERATE COST.  Member of  British Columbia Funeral  ���Service Association.  Phone 886-9551  PRE-ARRANGEMENTS      f,  MEMORY MARKERS       l  J. Roy PMfclro, Owner-Manager  RCMP say charges will probably "be Datsun pickup collided with a tele- name has not yet been released by%  laid following an accident on Hall phone pole. The driver was still in 1 police. A passenger in the vehicle  Road, Roberts Creejk, Friday when a ��� St.   Mary's   Hospital   Sunday.   His   was detained in St. Mary's overnight.  Madeira Park Happenings ,  ��� by Ernie Kingston  See what  your dollars  can do.  Sponsored by  your local  LIONS   CLUB  VARIETY NIGHT  Pender Harbour Band will hold a  variety night on April 13 at the high  school. Some of the highlights will be  the Serendipity Play School and the  Filipino dancers. The concert begins at  7:30 p.m. with proceeds to buy music  tend uniforms for the band.  HONOR ROLL  Selection of students for the Madeira  Park Elementary honor rcfll has been  completed. The following students are on  the school permanent honor roll because  they have been top students consistently:  Grade 1 - Kogene Talento, Steven Prescesky; Grades 2-3 - Wendy Lee, Roberta  Fillion; Grades 3-4 - Danny Fielding,  Rlccoh Talento; Grades 4-5 - Anne Crow-  ther, Bertha Sandford; Grades 5-6 - Lhe^  inne Talento, Marie Jensen; Grade 7 -  Sharon MacKay, Russel Cameron.  New students selected for honor roll  . are: Grade 1  - Jody Bomford,  Merina  SAIL FOR PROFIT  tWfMMHM^  Wo aro distributors of tho AQUA CAT, the world's  most popular sailing Catamaran, of which thoro aro  now 12,000 owners.  /  1   This 12' fast and safe Catamaran has  had rapid growth In sales, and we are  expanding our sales organisation.  Those appointed to represent will be  trained In demonstration and selling tho  AQUA CAT In their own exclusive area,  and the only Investment Is In a small  Inventory.  Iff you fool you qualify, wrlto for full details to:  SUNDANCE SMES LTD.  Bow 36070, Stn. IE, Vancouver 13, B.C.  Ross; Grades 2-3 - Danny Reid, Karen  Stiglitz; Grades 3-4 - Janet Trembley,  Wendy Thompson; Grades 4-5 - Ruth Rae,  Kellei Page; Grades 5-6 - Mokie Sterloff,  Billy Knutson; Grade 7 - Kathy Lloyd,  Diane Iverson. Congratulations to all students.  HOUSE GAMES.  The new point standings are as follows:  House 1 - 36, HoUse II - 40, House III -  30 and House IV - 26. Let's have a better  turnout to house games.'  POSTER CONTEST  Students in Mrs. Phillips' Grade 2-3 ,  contest made posters for the community  bingo game. The winners were: First  prize Danny Reid, Second prize - Leanne  Clay and third prize - Robbie Johnson.  The winners received coin holders with  cash prizes.  SOFTBALL  Mrs. Knutson and Mrs. Phillips are  coaching the senior girls in preparation  for softball season. There .has ,bcen ft  good turnout for aU practices. ���  DRIVER OF THIS CAR miraculously  escaped serious injury Saturday  morning when his vehicle left the  road at the S-bends just outside Gibsons and crashed to the bottom of a  gully. Dennis Campbell of Gibsons  climbed up to the highway unaided  after the accident and was released  from St. Mary's Hospital shortly  afterwards after being treated for  bruised ribs.  Fender Harbour band  plans variety nighl  PENDER  HARBOUR���Pender  Harbour  band  will   sponsor   a  variety   night  April 13 at Pender Harbour High School  starting at 7;30 p.m.  The evening will feature the Serendipity Play School and the Flllipino dancers  from Sechelt along with the band and  other interesting numbers.  Admission will be $1 for adults and  50 cents for children. Proceeds will be  used to purchase music and uniforms for  the band.  OF  DISTINCTION  TO  FIT  EVERY  BUDGET  FROM  KEN DeVRIES  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  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Justwhat'you  need to bring  back a little of the good  old days. For further  information on rates and  connection charge call  our Business Office.  The candlesticks,  New old phones  from B.C. lei.  nam ��  \ ���.   \   '  i ><  V  "V-  ���/  (i  .   i  '      >  i  i.i ;     . i  '   \  ip i'  ,  h  .y  \ -\  : I  Page A-10        The Peninsulo TJmep  Thursdoy, March 22; 1973  Safe Motoring  IN buying .a used- car, keep iri mind you  ,Tcan end up paying a bundle for someone else's troubles���or become the satis-  f ied owner of a sound car w.ith thousands  -of-trouble-free - miles left  '��� Here are. some .suggestions by the  B.C. * Automobile Association on how to  minimize your chances of getting a  "lemon" or paying an unfair price.  First, decide what kind of vehicle you  need and how much you can afford to  pay.  Then, have a look at used car ads in  the classified section of your newspaper.  That will give you some idea of current  prices.  Usually the best place to look and  compare prices on a used car is at a  new. car dealership. They logically keep  the best of the traded cars and generally  wholesale the rest. New car dealers with  service facilities iare considered more  likely; to give reasonable guarantees and  back them up.  Some people go in search of private  cars, for sale because they wish to avoid  doing business with'a dealer because of  some past, rather unpleasant experience.  Once a used-car is purchased from a  private source, there is'no easy recourse,  no   guarantee.  ��� Occasionally the opportunity presents  itself to buy or,, sell a car within, the  family or among friends. This can result  in an equitable transaction. However, it  can also- be a later source of friction or  end in a family squabble. If something  goes wrong with the car, someone, not  the car, gets-blamed.  Once you've decided on the vehicle to  *buy, it would be worthwhile to give it  a" road test and a checkup before you  , sign  on the dotted. line.  Be sure your  road test is more than a drive around  the block. Ask if you can keep the car  overnight fol" more intensive road'testing.  If you are not familiar with the inner  workings of an auto, take it to a. garage  mechanic and ask: him to make a thoroug  checkup. He'll know what to look for, land  /   i  his opinion should guide your decision  in buying ��� or disregarding the purchase  of the. car.  Be sure to get all the facts about the  contract and have them translated to  writing.  If there are items you feel need to be  corrected, discuss them with the salesman^  And if they are not out of proportion, the  salesman should have an opportunity to  make corrections. In most cases a business-  minded dealership will make the car  right for you.  Read everything before you sigh, and  make sure all the blank-., spaces concerning price and trade-in are filled, and  any special agreements noted fully. Keep  a copy of the contract for yourself\  The BCAA says to remember these'  basics: ��� 7  * Select. a reputable dealer.  7 * Test the car thoroughly.  ��� Have it checked by and authorized  mechanic.  ,_    * Read it before you sign.  WINNING ENTRIES in the Sea Cav- -fishnet background. The grand prize  aloade Poster Contest went on dis- winner, ian entry designed by Jo  play Monday at Gibsons' Bank of' Small, is not on display. It will find  Montreal. Fourteen top posters are a permanent home aboard the Sun-  displayed,   against   an " appropriate   shine Coast Queen.  CALL COLLECT  Bus. 278-6291 - Res. 273-6747  aa.MMvaaaSiMabMMaMaMMaa*MaMa  INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS  Good Used Cars and Trucks  E. E. (Mickey) COE  FLEET AND LEASE MANAGER  369 No. 3 Rd. - Ben Jacobsen Mdtors Ltd.  Richmond, B.C.  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Those who resigned were Mrs. Jean  Mohart, the executive director; Charles  Clapham, treasurer;; Mrs. Caryl Garden,  secretary; and directors Garth Pither, R.  J. Hunter and Elvi Baillie.  The society suspended its contract  ' with First Memorial Services Ltd. March  fl, pending an investigation by the attorney-general's department of accusations  made by Kcnnetth Timlick, a former  First Memorial employee.  Interim .arrangements \tferc then made  with two other undertakers.  First Memorial filed suit In B.C. Supreme Court for damages for alleged  breach of contract and asked for a court  Injunction restraining the society from  engaging another undertaker.  Mrs. Mohart said the resignations were  sparked by a negative vote on a motion  to confirm the authority of a committee  which made the interim arrangements,  Sho said the, directors split B-5 on  tho motion and president Clare Yarwood  cast the deciding vote against It.  Yarwood said that tho board decided  to continue with the interim arrangements, but thnt society members could  go to First Memorial or another undertaker If they wanted.  He jiald the society is now attempting  to find out the status of tho nttornoy-  genernl's investigation.  "It  Is of tho  utmost   importance  to  clear it away as quickly as possible," he  said. "We're in a predicament. We have  a lawsuit on our hands and our members  to look after."  Douglas Foreman, president of First  Memorial, said he had been informed of  the resignations.  "Apparently the society wants to  work with us, but we weren't told very  much," he said.  Forernan said that the damage suit  and injunction application "may now be.  unnecessary, but until we know definitely, they still stand."  But Mrs. Mohart said, society members  should have been told long ago that she  nnd last year's president, Tarn Deach-  amn, had submitted a report suggesting  that the contract be opened for negotiation and that some r^her undertakers  work  with  the  socielf  *mm*H0mmmu%itmmt*nnm%Mmmm  B.C. is o  beotitifift place  Dotirf mess  op  i  i i %  i  ,i i  "WMMMMMHWMWaMV��W  fm  \  i.iaa.ia.iiim.1111  r-  iw^tfwwwwawMHWiwait^^  mMM**A-WuM*WMmwMM'^^  ClOCLtC  t  DANCING  9i30 to lt30 a.m.  Pizza Available  Best lin Live Enfortalnmant  SATURDAY, MARCH 31 at  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway ibl ��� Cover Charfja ��� 886-2472  ��aaw��iM>������ii|fl����WM��ii����Maaai��iMa��aMaww������wa<��aw��^��w��^  J  \     ���  SALE  * LEATHER  PU^SB,  reg.  7.95  -  5.95  * LEATHER  PURSES,  reg.  9.95   -  7.95  * LEATHER  HATS,  reg.  9.95   -  -   5.95  Men's Flare Jeans, sizes 32-36, ONLY  ______  2.99  Panty Hoset{eg.K99c  _  2 pair 99c  LODI (Icelandic Wool)3V2 oz. sk., reg. 2.25    1.99  25%  OFF Knitting  Machine  Books  and  Accessories  GAMfS   -    V2    PRICE  THE   YARN   BARN  ��� SECHELT��� /  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  BY-LAW No. 239  A By-law to authorize a submission to the owner-electors  within the boundaries of the Village of Gibsons on the question of participation in the function of the Regional District  of "Construction, Operation and Maintenance of a Recreations^  Centre including an ice arena.."  WHEREAS the Regional Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District has  been requested to undertake the "Construction, Operation and Maintenance  of a Recreation Centre, for the member municipalities and electoral areas; "*  AND WHEREAS the proposed function would provide for the construction  of an ice arena and other facilities of a recreational nature on publicly owne(|  land in the Roberts Creek area of the Sunshine Coast Regional District;  1  AND WHEREAS the member municipalities of the Village of Gibsons and  the Village of Sechelt have agreed to submit to the owners of land within  those municipalities the question of. participation in the proposed" function  concurrently with, and in similar form, to that submitted to the owner-electors  within the Electoral Areas; '/'.'���  NOW, THEREFORE, the Council of the Village of Gibsons in open meeting  assembled, enacts as follows:  ���       1^-������������,'.  1. A poll shall be taken of the owner-electors qualified to vote within  the Village of Gibsons, in accordance with the provisions of the  ,     Municipal Act, to determine whether or not the owners of land wish  to participate in the function of the Regional District of "Gonstruc-  "tipn, Operation, and Maintenance of a (Recreation Centre including  ah ice arena". -7 _  2. The poll shall be taken on the 14th day of April, 1973, between the  hours of 8 o'clock in the forenoon and 8 o'clock in the afternoon.  3. An advance poll shall be conducted at the Municipal Hall, South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., between the hours of 9 o'clock in the  forenoon and 5 o'clock iri the afternoon on the 12th day of April,  1973, and those persons permitted to vote at the advance poll are  those who, being qualified to vote, sign a statement that they expect  to be absent from the area on polling day or they are for reasons of  conscience prevented from voting on polling day.���',.,...���-���':  4. The question on the ballot shall read:  "Are you in favour of the Village of Gibsons participating in the  function of the Regional District of constructing, operating and maintaining a recreation centre, including an ice arena, under the following terms and conditions:  (a) The capital cost of construction and development shall not  exceed $500,000.00;  (b) Apportionment of the cost of the function among the participating member municipalities and electoral areas shall  be on the basis of assessment which may be taxed for school  purposes for the current year in the electoral areas and for  general municipal purposes in municipalities;  (c) The annual cost of the said function shall not exceed the  product of a levy of three mills on the net taxable assessed  c value of land and improvements referred to in clause (b).  Yes or No?".  ,  ,    i'  This By-law may be cited as "Village of Gibsons Recreation Centre function  Referendum By-law No. 239, 1973".  READ A FIRST time this 6th day of March, 1973.  READ A SECOND time this 6th day of March, 1973  READ A THIRD time this 6th day of March, 1973.  Reconsidered and adopted this 20th day of March, 1973.  WALTER PETERSON  Mayor  D. JOHNSTON  Municipal Cleric  I hereby certify the above to be a true copy of the Village of Gibsons ''Village  of Gibsons Recreation Centre function Referendum By-law No. 239, 1973".  D. JOHNSTON  Municipal Clerk  NOTICE  Take notice that the above is a true copy of the by-law authorizing  the submission of the question therein set forth for the opinion of the owner-  electors of the Village of Gibsons nnd upon which question the vote of owner-  electors of the Village of Gibsons will be taken at the Municipal Hall, South  Fletcher Rond, Gibsons, B.C. on Saturday, April 14, 1973, between the hours  of eight o'clock in the forenoon and eight o'clock in the afternoon.  Further, that an advance poll will Iks held on Thursday, April 12, 1973,  from nine o'clock in tho forenoon to five o'clock in the afternoon, for those  who expect to Ikj absent on the regular polling day anil sign the declaration  provided;  And that Mr. D. Johnston has been appointed Returning Officer for the  purpose of taking and recording the vote of tho owner-electors.  Dated at Gllwons, B.C. this 20th day of March, 1973.  DAVIO JOHNSTON,  Municipal Clerk  /      i  i i'..-.  \  mmmmmH ��-i\  ,     -\  x /  .MORE ABO.UT'. .'.  ��� ^Sunshine Coastings  ���from page A-l  worhen> 'Qaine into,5 the laundromat  dumper. a_ bunch .of dirty clothes  from^airold dirty potato sack into a  washer;. She then .took, out a lasge  ntececof Homemade soap and a grater anil gfated the soap in the modern  automatic washer/ Shades of grandma's, lye,soap!..   -  Mr. and Mrs. Neil Mac Lean of  Gibsons, said they were driving along  North Road one recent evening about  10 p.m. when they saw a mule dee*.  The animal began running alongside  the car. Sylvia says mule' deer, with  the great big ears* are very rare in .  these parts.  .Dave Hayward of the Sechelt Sen-  ior Citizens Association says' there  are several vacant seats on the senior ' citizen's bus to Victoria May 8.  There will be ft stopover at the Empress. Want to go? Call Dave at 885-  9755.  . With the talk about an impending  federal election maybe MP Harcy x  Olaussen has advance knowledge; He  still has at least three campaign  signs prominently displayed on Highway 101 between-Sechelt and Gibsons. Don Lockstead has two lying  * on the ground, one near Highway 101  and the other, on Lower Road, Roberts Creek, Lew King (who was he?)  also has one by the Spends in Gibsons. Anybody know of any more?  Lets get them out of sight.  Mrs. H. B. Gourlay, 5850 Athlone,  Vancouver, wrote us a letter about  her subscription. In the letter, she  says:, "We have been going to Roberts Creek every summer and in between for 53 years - have watched  Sechelt grow and love to go up there..  Have so many happy memories of  that Sunshine Coast."  As a newcomer to ��� this beautiful  coast, I have often "wondered when  the term 'Sunshine Coast' first start-,  ed being used and who coined it. Can  anybody enlighten me?  ~ Don't forget The Times newspaper contest. Tell us what you think  of us and what you think a commun-  > ity newspaper should be. TeQl uis  about the good things and constructive criticism. You may win $400.  Somebody from the Sunshine Coast  won the award a couple of years ago.  With all the talent around here it  could be won locally again. [ ��� ���  Deadline for the contest is May 30  and the entry should be in The Times  office by April 30.   v  \ /  fi      s  ) '"  , \  Wednesday, Morch 28, 1973      The Peninsula Timet    .    Page A-ll  mmmmmmmmmmm*m*m*mmm*mmmMmmmmmMmmwmwmmmmmm*m*m*mmm*mmmi��it**mfm}  v       l/l/eleome to \^k  from    --  THE GOOD HEALTH FOOD STORE  "Come in for a Spring Treat"  WE ARE OPEN 6 DAYS:  Monday to Saturday, from 10 o.m. to 5 p.m.  Good Health Food Store Ltd.  Seeheft 885-9063 N7,.7U"  a��iaiMMaiMi��wi��wa����tiaMwaa>aatii��jaa��JwiWa*a��wiai��i����i��a��afi����a<aaajtfM����a��awti%aMwaaw  Tax reform and the taxpayer  .   ���by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of B.C.  tnaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimtaiiaiiiaiaaiiiatuiiiii iaaiiiaaaiiami��  VETERANS I  -iBiaaiaiaiimiin  NOTICE  iiaiaaiaiaiiaiaui  !  1973 IS TOE LAST !  f   YEAR FOR V.LA.   f  f.   If you are eligible  act now!     |  | Contact |  | FRANK BONIN |  ] 885-2163 I  _anaiaialiaiaiaiiaui niaaiaiaiiiiiHiifiiiiiiiiiiii aaiaij  |    Royal Canadian Legion Br. 140  r'laaiaiaiaaiaiiiiaiiaiaiaaiaiaiaaiBaaiiiiiiaiaiaiaiiBiiiiiiiiaiaiiiiai  JJN ALL probability it wasjn't the rain  that   cause   U.S.   billionaire   Howard,,  Hughes   to   leave   Vancouver  last  year  and to head for sunnier climes ��� but  Canada's tax laws. ��� *  Hughes had been a visitor in Canada ���  for about 170 days prioi; to his departure.  Had he stayed for just 13 days more he  then would ^have been considered a Canadian resident for the year in the eyes  of  the  taxniari,  and  that  would  Have  meant that his total' world-wide income ,  and the capital gains that he had realized 7  for the year would then be subject, to  Canadian taxes.   ;    ���  Canadian "tax laws aire based upon  residence (regardless Aof citizenship or  place of birth) and this period of 183  days of "sojourning" is the dividing line  between being a tourist and being a  resident. -���,>   N  , ��� A person, who becomes a, resident of  Canada will not only be taxed on his  world-wide income, but if he becomes a  Canadian resident after ,1971'the taxman  has ruled he will have acquired all his  capital assets (with certain exceptions)  at their fair market value at the time  ,he took up-Canadian residence.  Among assets that wilt not be sub- ;  ject to the. deemed acquisition rule include real property situated in Canada,  shares of private Canadian companies and  assets used in a Canadian business.  These assets, are not subject to the  deemed acquisition rule because any gains  : realized on them are subject to Canadian )  'itsx r:Whethel).f.ithe^rp^lTOex;ififiaL Canadian %  resident or a non-resident, and therefore .'  entry into Canada has no effect..  In addition, any Canadian resident  who was not taxed upon his departure  from Canada, will not be taxed on such  assets -when he resumes Canadian residence.  The deemed acquisition rule will have  an important effect on individuals who  are subject to "posting" in their employment and who are, resident ��� in Canada  pit a period and then posted elsewhere.  '     If  the assets  they own  at time  of  entry  into  Canada���even    those  assets  which  remain outside  Canada���increase  in   value during their stay in Canada,  they will be taxable on the net increase  in  value accruing during their stay in  a    Canada. A special exception is contem  plated  (but not yet law) to encourage  WORK   IS  PROGRESSING on the  new shopping ' centre at Madeira  Park.- The' grocery store will be occupied by IGA and other tenants will  be announced soon by the contractor,  Art Alexander. J  foreigners with valuable skills to work in    X&^^inUMnmmiiUiltiiMfitUftirim  Canada for short periods of time. l��f������"��������        j|{  It is interesting to note that the deem-.  ed acquisition ��� rule applies only to persons immigrating to Canada after 1971,  so that people who came here before that  time will be able to take advantage of  the tax-free zone method of valuing- capital property.  MAKESGUTTING  TWICE-AS-EASY  B Tho twico-aseasy chain saw with Twin Trigger���  Dual Control System  B Lightweight, porfoctly balanced, only 7.1 lbs.  less bar and chain  B Powerful Homellte*  Hemi-Head Engine  B Automatic Chain Oiler,  standard equipment  B Quiet Softono,M Muffler  ,... _      _       ��<t��tn*a  SueaoUel ft��t��ll f'rlctj  TM 7r,d��maiH ot Homallt', ft dlvUlon ot T��xtron In?.  ' SECHELT '  CHAIN SAW, CENTRE  885-9626  HOMELITl  mmmmmim  This is a $3.50 SPOT!  Your advertising in this space will reach  more than 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  each week. It's the most economical way tc  reach more Sunshine Coast people because  Times ads go into more homes than any  other newspaper  produced  in  this  area.  The.. Times4: ;  88S-9654 or  885^2635   (Sethelt)  886-2121  (Gibsons)  Sechelt Legion Branch 140  BINGO  New Legion Hall, Sechelt  �����.��'���*���.,���'������  EVERY WEDNESDAY  AT 8 PM.  JACKPOT $200  TOGO  $10 Door Prize  ^//Mw^W^^^mm//^/iiM  i.  2.  If he is a "user", a notice on the bill advising him that the "land  charge" will be included on his tax bill and the regular "user"  charges shown applicable to his property. Therefore, the only  charges payable directly to this office (or to local banks on behalf  of the District) will be the "user*'charge.  '���'.. -7 v .,:������''   ���   '������;   ..  If he is the owner of vacant land, a notice on the original bill  advising him that the "land charge" will be included on his tax  bm.  $*  CHARLES F. GOODING  Administrator.  ^fafl^'Ww mWmmW^LW^W^' ^^^^MmWv^^1^^   ^  Effective April 1st, the new day care program means no child will be denied the benefits  of day care because of lack,of family funds.  The program has been expanded to include  nursery schools, private kindergartens (where  no public ones exist) and out-of school.care.  Families can now shop around for the service  that best suits their needs. In addition, more  families will be eligible for government-paid  contributions whether the parents are working  or not.  Any family participating in the day care  program can tell you the benefits . . . reliable  (and if need be ��� special) care for your children, more resources available to the family,  as well ns a wider choice of day care services   The cost is calculated on the number of  f>crsons in the family "group" and the total  amily "take home pay" plus income from any  other sources.  The Provincial Government will subsidize the cost of day care to families on a simple  sliding scale. (See the chart below.) For example, in a three person family, (two parents  ana 1 child or 1 parent nnd 2 children) if the  People who are not eligible for government contributions according to the chart, but  will still have difficulty meeting the cost of  day care, may request the APPLICATION  FOR ASSISTANCE WITH DAY CARE FEES  from the local Day Care Information Centre  or district office of the Department of Rehabilitation and Social Improvement.  The day care information centres are set  up by the Provincial Government to provide  information to parents looking for care for  their children, about where day care centres  exist in the different areas, and to help new  centres with licensing regulations. The infor-  ..total, take home pay is, $460, the chart shows      mation centres will also try to help families de  that that family group would pay a total $5 a  month for day care for the children and the  government would pay the balance of up to  $100.00 per child. The DECLARATION OF  INCOME FORM(for those who qualify on the  chart) must be completed in order to qualify  for Provincial Government contributions, and  is available from the Day Care Information  Centre in each area.. It is processed by mail,  so no interview will be necessary.  terthihe their eligibility for government paid  contributions.  t  Write the Day Care Information Centre  in Vancouver at 45 West 8th Avenue or phone  873-3767, 873-3768, 873-3769. In.Victoria  write the Family and Childrcna Service at  1627 Fort Street or phone 362-5121., In other  areas contact the district office of the Department of Rehabilitation nnd Social Improvement,  S1?.E OF  FAMILY  FAMILY NET INCOME PEIt MONTH  400 420 440 400 480 500 520 540 500 580 600 020 040 000 OflO 700 720 740 700 780 BOO fl20 840 860 880 000  IF TWO PERSONS  IN FAMILY, FAMILY  PAYS  15   25    35   45    55   05   75    85   05 105 115 125 135 145 155  THREE PERSONS  FAMILY PAYS  5   15   25   35   45   55   05   75   85   05 105 115 125 135 145 155 105 175 185 105 205 215 225  FOUR PERSONS  FAMILY PAYS  5    15    25    35    45    55    05   75    85    05 105 115 125 135 145 155 105 175 185 11)3  FIVE PERSONS  FAMILY PAYS  SIX PERSONS  FAMILY PAYS  SEVEN PERSONS  FAMILY PAYS  EIGHT PERSONS  OR MORE, FAMILY  PAYS  5    15   25    35    45    53    05   75    85    05 103 115 125 135 145 135 105  ��    15    25    35    45    33    05    75    85    95 103 115 125 135  5 ' 15    25    35    45    55    65   75    85    05 105  5    15   25    3ft   45    55   05    75  If youhaveany difficulty with the chart please phone the Day Care Information Centre.  Because society tomorrowstarts with children today.  "    ���x ������  The Government of British Columbia  Departmentof Rehabilitation and Sociallmprovement  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  WATER AUTHORITY  1973 WATER BILLING  " The Provincial Government- have instructed the Regional District  that effective this year the "land charge'' element of the annual  water bill may be included on the annual Provincial Property Tax Bill.  This will enable qualified property owners to apply the Home Owner's  Grant to this charge. ,   ,  These instructions were received at the time the water bills were  being processed, therefore the only action that could be taken was the  cancellation of the charge on the bill with a brief note stating that  the charge would be collected with the Provincial Taxes. Thus the  property owners on the Regional District system which receive bills  or notices as follows:  v  mi>i utiim  /  i r t'l  Poge A-13       .The^eniiuula Thiiel  Wednesday, March 28, 1973  Lockstead   >  �� ��� Legislature Report  THE PROVINCIAL government has  purchased the town of Ocean  Falls for one million dollars and will  reactivate the newsprint mill as soon  as possible.  I was notified by Bob Williams at  11:30 Friday, March 16, that negotiations were being completed and I  joined the- government <and company  representatives for the proceedings.  The final agreement was signed at  2 p.m.  Ted Vesak, the new manager of  the Ocean Falls mill, and I immediately took a plane to Ocean Falls,  stopping at Vancouver to drop off .  company officials. While in Vancouver, v/e contacted Ocean Falls to  have a meeting arranged.   .  When we arrived in Ocean Falls,  we went straight to the meeting,  which was attended by the entire,  population, except for a few people  on essential jobs, and I made the  ' formal announcement.  The announcement that Ocean  Falls would not be allowed to die  was greeted by cheers all round.  More than half the people indicated they wished to stay, although  some had gone too far in plans to  leave.  Some of those who have already  left have indicated they wish to return.  We anticipate no serious problems  ��� in reviving the community, although  there are many smaller items to take  care of. At this writing, I have been  very busy, arranging with the library  development department to stop the  transfer of books, which had been  packed and ready for shipment, cancelling the transfer of hospital equipment from the Ocean Falls hospital,  arranging with the department of  education for plans to continue  schooling in the area. Schools had  been slated to close this month.  "~One man seemed to express the  feeling of the meeting, saying, "We  had nowhere to go, and not much of  a future, but now wd have a town  and a job, and we've got a new  lease on life."  The purchase was quite a bam  It includes: AU mill faciUties./nydro  electric dam and generator, apartments, duplexes, houses, a large  hotel, office and shop^ buildings, and  community recreation centre.  j. ' Public bmldings saved rwere: a  new high^school with double gyms,  elementary school, hospital, amphi-  bioijs^sea plane base, court house,  "st office, and liquor store.  The reactivation of Ocean Falls  will be the first step in revitalizing  the economy of the whole central  coast, which has been allowed to  deteriorate in me past.  I believe there is a bright future  for this strategically important town:  '.     >     ,'V  Pender Hi-l'ijtes  ��� by Cecile Girard  -��%     *'  LAST Wednesday ' and^ Thursday  three  students from Pender went to the  Poweri Rfver Music Festival. With them,  they brought along their talents and  hoped to beat their competitors. They  were Deidre Murphy, grade 12, (singing);  Audrey Prescesky, grade 11, (piano); Leon  Presesky, grade 10 (accordian).  Deirdre's beautiful singing -won her^  first place and she was very, very, very  happy. Audrey played Juba on the piano  and did a very good job. She did not do  as well as Deidre's first place through  she gave it a "great try" and came out  with third. Leon also gave it a great try  on the, accordion but his good playing  was just not good enough and he didn't  win.  Congratulations to all Pender competitors.  House games are taming along fine  with a lot more people trying basketball  for the first time. Haida is still defeating  Nootka with the exception, of 'junior girls.  The score is Haida 18, and Nootka 3.  With this beautiful weather lots of people are trying their skills at tennis.  AMERICAN  FREIGHTER HAWAII  docked at Port Mellon for three days  last week to take on cargo of pulp.  She is one of the few non-bulk loaders  to visit the mill in recent years.  Matronly type to Internal Revenue  inspector: "I wish you people were half  as fussy about how you spend it as you  are how 1 spend it!"  How's       iJ  Your  Hearing?  Chicago, 111.���A free offer of  special interest to those who  hear but do not understand  words has been announced by  Beltone. A non-operating model  of the smallest Beltone aid ever  made will be given absolutely  free to anyone answering this  advertisement.^  Try it to'-see how it is worn  in the privacy of your own  home without cost or obligation  of any kind. It's yours to keep',  free. It weighs less than a third  of an ounce, and it's all at ear  level, in one unit. No wires le^cf  from body to head,     N  These models are free, so we  suggest you write for yours now."  Again, we repeat, there is no  cost, and certainly no obligation.  Write to Dept. 5965, Beltone  Electronics, 3637 Metropolitan  Blvd., ��,, Montreal 38, F. Q,  Viridiana tonight . . .  'Red Shoes' last ol a series  in film society's program  MIGHTY MITES  Classified AdBriefs reach more than  2,500 homes every week.  Use   them   for   steady,    low-cost  advertising to talk to 10,000 people!  L  THE TIMES  885,9654 or 885-2635 (Sechelt)  886-2121 (Gibsons)  ���THERE was an audience of 50 for  Year  in Marienbad  .  This resultedf  in door receipts well short of meeting  expenses, but this was not unexpected^  and the income was at least sufficienM*>  pay the theatre rental. /  It is not expected that this" week's  film, Viridiana tonight ^will be well  enough attended to meejt^expenses either,  but we hope there will be sufficient to  pay the theatrej-ental. Qf the 23 programs played/to date, nine have either  broken even or accumulated a surplus  s which accrued to the society's account,  and ^4 have fallen short of covering ex-  pepniesr-ftThe deficits have been made  good from membership fees, the $100  grant from the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council arid the funds accruing to the  account when there has been a surplus  over expenditure.  Considerable interest has been expressed in the two final programs of the  season, The Red Shoes (April 4) and The  King of Hearts (April 18), and it is expected that both will generate sufficient,  income to cover expenses and even to  leave the society's account a little in the  black for another series, perhaps in the  fall. In between these two films, Nicholas  and Alexandra will be screened on  _ApiiJ 11, through April 14. Since this film  7is booked in the Twilight Theatre's regular program, it will not be a liability to  the siooiety, and regular admission  charges will pertain to members and  [embers alike on that Wednesday  ng.  e Red Shoos will be familiar to  readers as the Hans Christian Andersen  fairy tale which was presented for the  school children of the district as a very  successful play by,the Driftwood Players.  The film is based loosely on the fairy  tale. For the film, Leonide Massine created the choreography, and the director,  Michael Powell, harnessed ballet to fantasy as a vehicle for the dancing of  Moira Shearer then at the zenith, of her  career.  In lost week's column, I was expressing the hope that the management of  the Twilight Theatre would be successful  in booking Fantasia. I am very pleased  to be able, to announce that after many  unsuccessful attempts, the film has now  been booked for showing in May.. Some  ���by Allen Crane    coinridenceJtas occurred here since the  Last    newspaperwas not out when the booking  was inade,  and I have not mentioned  Fantasia to the Twilight Theatre's management this year.  The annual general meeting of the  Kwahtahmoss Film "Society will be scheduled for early June after the meeting of  the Canadian Federation of Film Societies which I will"~attend over the May  Day weekend. The society is affiliated to  the federation, and we have " received  much help from them in locating films  and in personal encouragement from its  chairperson,- Mrs. Anneke Sdhoemaker  of the Calgary Film Society. Please consult this newspaper for a further announcement and1 report after the meeting of  the federation.  In the meantime, members attending  the society's final programs should ensure that we have your mailing addresses  so that you will receive our announcements and financial statements.  U-DRIVE  TRUCKS  SUNSHINE RENTALS  885-2848 886-2848  or 885-2151 eves.  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CARS therapist visits  Sunshine Coast patients  SECHELT���-Purpose of the occupational  therapist employed with CARS is to  bring maximum possible function to the  person disabled by arthritis. When time  permits, persons suffering other disabling  diseases are seen. The van visits this area  twice each year. Linda Martin was the  therapist. She said the van will return  next fall. >  Carrying tools and workbenches, the  CARS occupational therapy van is a miniature workshop. Patients are referred by  their family, doctors.who are infomed of  the van's upcoming visit, sometimes  through a CABS or shared program physiotherapist, said Miss Martin.  The therapist will see patients in a  central location such as a clinic or hospital, or visit the- patient in the home.  She said there are about 12 CARS patients between Gibsons and Sechelt.  Careful assessment of the patient's  functional abilities and disabilities is the  first step. Working splints may be molded to a patient's wrist providing support  and reducing pain. Shoe adaptations lessen pain of bunions and can provide stability, she told The Times.  Self-help aids, many designed by  CARS staff, may be recommended. Pickup sticks, dressing aids, bathing aids all  help patients who have difficulty because  of weakness, pain or stiffness.  Critical analysis of the home may result in adaptations to furniture, bathroom  appliances, cabinetry and accesses. All  will save work and ease strain. -  A kitchen chair on wheels, large-  handled implements, table on wheels, extended tap turners or can openers, long-  handled dust pans may all help give a  homemaker independence. -  In the past year, this. occupational  therapy van assisted 142 patients, 22 ot  whom had diseases other than arthritis.  Another van is stationed in the Okanag-  an and serves that large area.  The largest single purpose of the occupational therapist is to provide the  means by which a person may remain in-  dependant and self reliant. Patients range  from the j very young to the elderly, as  arthritis is no respecter of ages, she said.  Miss Martin qualified for her position  by obtaining a .bachelor of rehabilitative  medicine at UBC.       v-'- o^-aa-a^^a'^aa.^  New Horizon program  due for Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK���High hopes for happy  companionship and entertainment were  expressed by a group of senior members  of the Roberts Creek area when they  meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.  Gilker, Beach Avenue, March 27.  Mr. Gilker chaired the meeting and  introduced Elma Tolliday, coordinator  of the Lower Mainland region of the  federal government's New Horizon program. '������;'���  An outline was given for a weekly  afternoon get together of all senior citizens in the area, said Mrs. Grace dimming, secretary pro tem of the newly  formed group.  Travel films, card games, carpet bowling were a tev? of the ideas brought  forth. Transportation would be available/  to the meeting place, it was indicated.   ;  As soon 'as verification of the grant  being approved is received, more information will be released, said Mrs. dimming.  Mr. Gilker thanked Elma Tolliday  for her visit and also Mrs. David Marshall who is responsible for all the  ground work for this venture.  Wilson Creek project OK'd . Y.  School board to back"  Kinsmen swimming pool  SECHELT School District board has as-    grants for recreation," he added.  sured the Kinsmen Club that it will        He told the board that the.pool could  support    the    organization's    proposed    be completed within a year.  $50,000 swimming pool project in Gib- Trustees gave the go-ahead to Wilson  sons. \ ' Creek   Community   Association   to   con-  Kinsmen spokesman  Norm Peterson  told trustees March 22 that the village  council had given tentative approval to  donating suitable land in upper Gibsons.  He asked the board to consider contributing   to   maintenance   costs,   which  .run around $15,000 a year.  , "We plan to have a 25-meter pool,"  he said. "Eventually, we hope to tie' it  in with a curling rink and cover it But  it wiU be uncovered at first."  : He said the Kinsmen were solely concerned with building the ��� pool, and it  would be turned over tp another .body  for management.  "We, would like an early indication  from the school board if they would help  with its operation after ifs built. We  have to find out; what's going to happen  to the pool after it's finished. We don'J  want a white elephant standing there."  District Supt. R. R. Hanna said that  aquatics could be incorporated in the  school curriculum, 'Taut the pool must be  in a location where a large number of  children can use it.  / "A lot of our PE instructors are qual- -  itled in aquatics," he added.  Peterson said that all they needed to  know was-that the'school board would  utilize the pool as part of their programs.  Trustee P^t Murphy said he was in  favor of rentjfig the pool for aquatics  programs if it was close to the school  Trustee Bill Nimmo said: "I can't see  anything wrong with, it."  Board chairman, Mrs. Agnes Labonte  felt sure the board could find some way  of sharing the maintenance costs.  Peterson explained that the pool  would be heated, chlorinated, and completely up to standard. "The government  is getting quite liberal aboutjjiving out  yy���������   mm":v : :..-���'��� .��� '  struct a recreation complex on Davis Bay  school property; ' > !   ^ :  -Tim Frizzel, representing 4he associa-  ,tion, said the ^20x110 foot sitehad/been  selected to give "maximum utilization''.-  "We intend having-facilities for basketball, volleyball, floor hockey and roiler  skating," he told the board.      , ���.'  Drew McKee, principal at Dayis Bay  Elementary, said, "this is a facility which  the community could use outside of school  hours, and itV certainly something the  school could usel" ���'..''  Nimmo said the Wilson v Creek Community Association was always "a pretty  responsible group" andjiejrecommended  support of their project.  )  The board agreed to allow development of their property.  Frizzel said the association hoped to  have funds for the project Within eight  months, "and then the work will proceed  quickly." .^ "  EFFECTIVE MARCH 19, 1973   7  The Gibsons Medical Clin  WISH TO ANNOUNCE A NEW TELEPHONE  NUMBER FOR USE FOR URGENT CAULS  BETWEEN 6 p.m. and 9 a.m. and on Sundays  and Holidays  886-7311  During regular office hours, 9 a.m - 6 p.m.  (Monday - Saturday)  PLEASE PHONE 886-2221 for appointments etc.  Blake C. Alderson D.C.  CHIROPRACTOR  tot Office BuiUiiifl SecMt  Phoiw 885-2333  Wednesdays and Saturdays    .,  10 am-5:15 pm        10 am-2r30 pm-  NOTICE  Pender Harbour -Egmont Area  For Insurance of all kinds  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-27?4 (24 hours)  FBffiff  /^WW?K  FORECAST  SPRING  Spring Tune-up Special  You'll want to cruise or fish in-  between spring showers.. . so  bring your Merc in EARLY for  that Spring Tune-up.  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This section is tp enable a public  body, for instance a .school board, to  bargain for a piece of property without  the other side knowing how high or how  low it is>willing to go.  However, 'public purse' can be interpreted to mean almost, any piece of  legislation. It might be well to tighten  this act ujp .a little' bit and be a bit more  specific.  The intent of the law is good. No  public meeting should be, closed to the  public or press unless it pertains to the  two sectibns. By public meetings that  includes general meetings, committee  meetings or any meeting conducted in  the public interest.  The bill concludes: "No award or  decision shall be valid and no expenditure of public funds shall be lawful, un-  MHtMMMMWWaMammiamiiiMMnaa  The VimiinsdiA^Heb  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  by  I'owell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 310-Sechelt, B.C.  Sechelt  885-9654-885-2635  Gibsons  886-2121  Subscription Rates:  (n advance)  Local, $6 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $7.  U.S.A.,  $9.  Overseas,  $10.  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  tmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmiimmmmmmmmm*mmmmtimmmm  Jess made or authorized in conformity  with the act."  , That's a good step.  Another good bill is the conflict of  Interest and. Disclosure Act.  It states: "The following shall apply  to every elected official: In every case  in which an elected official will be required to vote on a matter in which the  elected official has a personal financial  interest, direct or indirect,, the official  shall disclose to the body of which he is  an official that such interest exists, and  shall absent himself from such vote."  This is good legislation and should  go a long way. to stop any possible  'under-the-table' dealings.  The Rhyming Philosopher  Harry W. Fletcher    .  MAGNILOQUENCE  One categoric fact I note in each election  year, regarding how we cast our vote  for some much vaunted peer: we think  because he breathes and walks he's qualified  to rule, but most impressed because  he talks the hind leg off a mule.  In schools and colleges they teach that  aspirants sUbuld aim to master eloquence  in'speech as one sure road to fame; and  luncheon clubs give scholarships to kids  who most excel in spewing language from  their ligs to sway the clientele.  Because some actor, clown or star, looms  in the public view, that doesn't mean he's  on a par with God or even you; the gift  of gab may not be kin to wisdom,' tact or  brains, nor get us out the mess  we're in, as history explains.  So when we next elect some guy to run  our state affairs, let's pick the one who  rates most high for what he's got upstairs;  while beauty or an agile tongue may  sing a lullaby, just don't forget we  could be stung: once bitten, be twice shy!  And when we're ailing in our guts, or. when  the wife gets sick, there'll be no ifs or  ands or buts, we call the doctor quick!  The same is true- of government, when  driven to despair it can't survive unless it's  lent your tender, loving care!  Page B-2  The Peninsula, Times  Wednesday, March 28, 1973 ^  Missionary irom India  S resents slide lecture  AVIS BAY���Anne Siemens of the Ram-  abai Mukti Mission (independent faith  work)   India,   presented   anv illustrated  lecture at the Gospel Church/  Miss Siemens presented an inspiring  [glimpse of the work among the 700 girls  of all ages in the mission.  Beautiful new spring stock items *t  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  map  $200  Jackpot To Go  April 21 at 8:00 p.m.  Madeira Park  Community Hall  MADEIRA PARK FIREFIGHTERS  UnMCeif IT r.AI AAPIAKI mncf tvava      awl \  HOMESICK CALGARIAN must have  nailed up sign in West Sechelt indicating Cowtown's that-a-way. With  the buds blooming, and the water  and fish beckoning, who would want  to leave the Sunshine Coast for cold  climes of the prairies.  READERS'RIGHT  Letters to the Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times. A  hom-de-plume may, be used for publication, b ut all originals must be signed by the writer.  M  DOGS HUNTING DEER  Take Notice that by Authority of the Wildlife Act  ANY DOG  Found Running at Large and Harassing Deer  WILL BE DESTROYED  FROM MARCH 24, 1973 to SEPTEMBER 8, 1973  IN THE FOLLOWING AREA:  McNabb Crook to Egmont  Director  Fish and Wildlife Branch  Depf-. of Recreation & Conservation  Miiiiiiiiiiiiii>iiiiiaiiii>iiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiliiaii>iii��ii��ii��>iMain��i��iia��iuiiiaiki��iiiii����iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiia��aiaa��aian<  I     YOU'VE GOT A GOLD MINE     I  Cash In On It!  MISS  AD-VISOR  WILL  YOU!  Ono of those days our capable classified lady, Miss Ad-Vlsor,  may phono your home to help you soil what you no longer  need. She'll help you rent, buy, set1!,.or swop through powor-  ful Times Classified ads.  She'll be oblo to holp you word your classified for tho best  results. And you'll be reaching a DIG family of readers'. . .  more than ten thousand In the Sunshine Coasit area covered  by The Times. If Miss Ad-Vlsor calls you, let her holp you  clean ou.t your attic, basement, or garage, and pocket  dollars for stuff you no longer need. Or phono direct and  place your classified: Sechelt, 885-9654, 885-2635; Gibsons,  886-2121.  GO CLASSIFIED!  and reach mora  people through  The TIMES  MP's dine vyell  Editor, The Times '  Sir: My Ottawa high level and most  reliable information source makes it possible for me to state categorically that  our members of parliament, senators and  press legion, can dine on prime ribs of  beef or British Columbia salmon at the  nominal sum of $1.50.  One Ottawa MP made the following  statement:  "If a pensioner could get one meal a  week in that place, he might be in a  position to live on the money this government is prepared to hand out. When  members of parliament meet in solemn  conclave assembled to consider their own  wants, it does not take very long to come  to the conclusion that massive salary increases of the order of 100 per cent are  merited and it does not take very long  to conclude that pensions of the kind that  we have can be implemented without any  great jar to the economic system."  The Ottawa free loaders induce nausea.       ���      ' v       ��� ' ���  My question is; When are Canadians  going to demand fair treatment for their  pensioners? '���  Mr. Editor, many thanks for this generous space.  OTTO NORDUNG  235 East 16th St, North Vancouver, B.C.  'Minicite' proposed  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Whereas a recreation centre should  be for the recreation of all young people, and not for the honor and glory of  the Sunshine Coast;  And whereas this is a long, strung-  out community and it is not likely that  kids from a distance would be driven to  Roberts Creek every day by their parents, however doting;  And whereas winter recreation is  needed: in summertime the whole coast  is a recreation centre;  And whereas, though recreation is a  must, as you, Mr. Editor, Peninsula  Times, have said, it is much "muster"  must that such recreation should be feet-  able bv nil;  Be it resolved that a plebiscite Bhould  bo held for all children under 21, whether they would or would not rather have  part of the half million dollars, or even  more,1 if necessary, spent on a second  skating rink at or near Sechelt, instead  of the whole works being spent near ono  end of the const���just a skating rink  without frills.  Roberts Creek and Gibsons should not  take part In my proposed minisclte (plebiscite is for the people, Latin���plebs,  "mlniscite" for the young) because they  will get their rink nnd frills anyway.  This is on tho same principle In reverse  that Pender Harbour will not vote or pay  tnxea on tho recreation center because  they would probably vote against it,  And whereas, chums, the Roberts  Creek center will be bulldozed through  by hook or crook, by order-in-council-  fautc do mlcux, and wo nro going to pny  taxes on It which I do not grudge In the  least. Let the recreational facilities, not  just ono facility, bo placed in locations  easily getable by nil, so that all kids  can benefit thereby.  Perhaps lcBs could be spent at Roberta  Creek on extras, such as for Instance  cribbnge rooms for old mon nnd women.  Many could not easily get there. And  without crlbbngo rooms wo will not get  Into hoollgnnlstlc ways.  Thin time I am not trying to |>o facc-  tloun, but deadly serious, nnd I hnto tho  wwiwa,��>twMWWMM^WMMMWWMMJ^...M__.^_rftnrituuu||^  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  RUBBER STAMP  expression -"senior citizen". I do not feel  like a "senior citizen", I feel like an old  man, especially when arising from bed  and the old arthritis is acting up, but a  cup of strong sweet tea cures as it will  cure anything except "housemaid's knee."  We won the first war on strong sweet setr.  gearit-major's tea.  Personally all the recreation I need  is the delightful weekly column, Strait  Talk, by Joan Proctor.  J. S BROWNING  RR 1, Sechelt  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  This free'reminder of coming events is a service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsulo Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad". Please note thot space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  HlllllMIMHIMnni  iiimiiHiniiiiiMBi  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30 p.m., Sechelt Legion Hall, Sechelt TOPS Club,  new members welcome.  EVERY WEDNESDAY���8:00 p.m., Bingo, new Legion Building; Sechelt.  EVERY THURS.���8:00 p.m., Bingo, Pender Harbour Community Holl.  March 28���8:00p.m., Recreation Centre meeting, Welcome Beach Hall.  March 29���7:30 p.m., Welcome Beach Hall, film show on France.  April 4 -���8:00 p.m., Sechelt Garden Club meeting, St. Hilda's Hall.  April 4 -���8:00 p.m., Recreation Centre meeting, Sechelt Elem. School.  April 8 ���Family picnic, everyone invited, Recreation Centre site.  April 10���2-4 p.m., St. John's U.C.W. Spring Tea, Boke ond White  Elephant Sale, Wilson Creek Hall.  April 13���1:00 p.m., Roberts Creek School parents aux. Rummage and  Bake Sale, St. Aiders Church Hall. Pickup 886-2593.  April 13���7:30 p.m., Variety Night at Pender Harbour Hjg*h School.  April 16-���8:00 p.m., St. Mary's Hosp. 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I  /   \ mm~mm'  at RCMP tickets  GIBSONS���Tugboat employees operating  from the federal wharf have protested  parking tickets  issued by local RCMP  March 15.   ,  They claim there is nowhere else for ~  them to park during working hours, and  feel the RCMP action was unfair.    -  "They should have issued warning  tickets first," said a spokesman.  A delegation of tugboat men attended  village council's March li> meeting and  urged, aldermen to press for relaxation  6f parking restrictions on the wharf,  / Said a spokesman: "On March 15, we  came home from work and found' parking  tickets on our cars at the wharf. We  would like to know council's position on  parking on-the dock for people who work  on the boats."  Mayor Wally Peterson explained that  council had no control over the wharf.  "It's federal, and we can't do anything  about it," he said.  He felt the RCMP was possibly enforcing the two-hour parking "restriction  in preparation for the summer influx of  tourists. .   ���v  "We had to fight for two years io get  parking allowed on the dock, and the  only way the government would allow  it was if we had controlled parking. That  was the best we could get out of it"  Peterson said council's couldn't tell  the police not to fine people. "This is the  ���'law."-7  He recommended that the tugboat  men use one of the pay parking areas in  the village.  Aid. Ted Hume said: "We know we  have a parking problem in the village.  ,We hired a' consultant to find out how  to ease the situation, but we have nothing  as yet."  One tugboat worker felt police were  inconsistant in their policy-on over-park-  , .infi- ������ ���'       '���'������'-     ���  "If they give tickets one day, they  should give them every dgy7' he said/  "They shouldn't have the option of putting on tickets whenever they feel like it.  Peterson said council would pass this  point on to the RCMP, "but we've tried  before and got nowhere."  , "If you don't have to obey the law  one day, why should you have to the  next," said a spokesman.  Hume felt the police possibly had  to "get their quota in.  "At the elementary school indoors  sports day, they nailed every car that  was in the no parking zone," he said.  A tugboat spokesman said: "In summer, campers and out-of-town cars park  on the wharf all day. Yet we live here,  spend all our money iiere, our employer  spends a lot of money here, and we can't  park there. I don't feel we should have to  pay someone else to park."  Council agreed to bring up the parking  question with RCMP when they next  meet.  'Under other business, Peterson said  the provincial courthouse, shpuld tbe &��~  Banded tvSQVjWJ��&;i$h��'> council -chamber  would not havetoi.be used. i7 ' v / ��� ���?*.  He was referring to the March 20  sitting of provincial court, when t?v preliminary hearing was held in the council  chamber, while the normal courtroom, in  the municipal hall basement, was occupied by regular court.  lerk David Johnston said use of the  chamber did not occur too often, "but the  courtroom is too small."  Aid. Hugh Archer said that because  of the lack of gallery space in the present  courtroom, it was almost a "closed court  Johnston explained that any expenditure on courtroom expansion would have  to come out of the village budget.  Peterson felt: "Demand is becoming  greater and we'll have to dq something  about it.  He noted, however, that the village  was not required to maintain a courtroom, and that they did so as a public  service. "Otherwise, people would have  to travel to Sechelt," he said.  \    ��  [ '  Wednesday, March %Z, 1973 .      The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  NO CABARET THIS SATURDAY  - Bowling Leagues Banquet -  lex  cJulixlna eJLoanae  .885-2311  eninSu  Sechelt  L E G a v; ���'.���.-��������� '���'���.:���; "-y-m.  Sechelt Fire Protection District  Notice fs hereby given that the undersigned hat been appointed RETURNING OFFICER  to conduct an Election, to elect TWO (2) Trustees for the above mentioned district.  FOR A THREE (3) YEAR TERM OF OFFICE. One ii) Trustee to be elected from tho  owners of lands within the Corporation of the Village of Sechelt. TO BE KNOWN AS  ZONE ONE. One (1) Trustee to be elected from owners of lands NOT within the  Corporation of the Village of Sechelt. This to be known as ZONI* TWO. The Registered Voters In Zone One and Two are hereby notified to attend a meeting to be  held in THE SECHELT FIRE HALL, INLET AVENUE, SECHELT, B.C. April 16th, 1973  at the hour of EIGHT (8) o'clock p.m, at which place and hour I will proceed to call  for nominations and to take votes of the electors present.  The said meeting will be closed as soon as the votes of the. Electors present, and  voting when votes are called for, have been counted. ��  Dated this 24th day of March, A.D. 1973.  BENJAMIN D. FIRTH,  Returning Officer  Pender youth gets 6 months  -SEX2piLT---tolUam   Roosen .of   Pender  Harbour was-sentenced to six months  definite and nine months indefinite for  his part in a series of break-ins and thefts  in Pender Harbour.  Four juveniles connected with the  minor crime wave received probation. 7  Roosen is 17 and appeared in adult  court.     ,  The youth's father, Frank Roosen and  his father's friend, J. D. Barrett, spoke  for him before Judge Charles Mittelsteadt pronounced sentence.  Roosen said that his son had been  doing better recently and that he had  shown a, "real sense of responsibility."  Barrett, who said he operated a business directly, across the street from  Roosen's, said he had found "Bill courteous and industrious. He has all the ���  attributes of being a solid citizen with  guidance.' I ask that this be taken into  consideration."  Crown told the court the group committed a series of very serious offences  but recommended strong orders  under  % (MdgtTMitaesteadt^sjaid^at % 'referring to Roosen's^e^etttenoe report, and  his previous attitude and the seriousness  of the offences - three breaking and entering and one prowling - that he had no  choice but to sentence him to six months  definite at Haney Correctional Institute  and nine months indefinite.  Judge Mittlesteadt recommended that  Roosen serve his time at Boulder Bay and  added the comment, "I hope you succeed." ��� ������>*������ y    .:  Ted Peters, probation officer told The  Times that Boulder Bay is a satellite  camp of Haney where young first offenders are sent for an outdoor experience.  Pender club numbers  166- drive near end  PENDER HARBOUR���Membership in the  community club has reached 166. Jessie Reitze will-carry on the drive until  the end of March. Dues may be sent the  secretary-treasurer or; any executive  members.    ' . ''';{7.:  Last Saturday's movie was Walt Disney's "Blackboard's Ghost" starring Peter  Ustinov.  More help is heeded for supervision'  of children. "If, yourv-ehild has been attending the movies, why not offer to help  once' in a while. If all the parents woufcl  help7:your?tu^ once:  ' a~jte#;^s1u^a^pi>Tc^ Wl  There is* wool arid material 'available1,  for anyone willing to sew for the bazaar.  A meeting will be held in the community  hall, Wednesday, March 28 (today) at 1  p.m. to form committees for the bazaar.  Any women in the area willing to help  on the bazaar are urged to contact Doris  Edwardson, 883-2308(, if they have ideas,  suggestions or wish to help in any way.  VILLAGE OF Gfl&SONS  ZONING HEARING  'Village of Gibsons Zoning By-law No. 241, 1973"  FISHERMAN 6  A feature-packed fishing outboard that will  move most small boats  along at up to 14 mph. It's  also popular among  larger boat owners as an  auxiliary trolling motor. It  has a forward-reverse-  neutral gearshift, thermostat  temperature control, Eas-a-matlc  starting and a shock-mounted  propeller.  SPORTWIN9%,  Low transom-hugging shape and all-  round compact size  mako It easy to fish over.  And Its 8 quick tilt positions let you run through  woods, over shoals...  anywhoroi The Sportwln  9V2 Is right at home from slow  trolling spoeds to over 20 mph.  Inoludos full goarohlft, thermostatic  tomporaturo control and shock  mounted prop. And It's porfoctly  balancod for easy portability.  Soo all tho EvIiHudo fishing out-  boards along with pur comploto  line of modulo ��� up to 135 mph ���  at your Evlnrude dealer.  EVinRUDE  fiist in outboands *  Madeira Marina  ��t P&ndor Harbour  083-2206  A public hearing will be held on the above cited Zoning By-law No. 241  of the Village of Gibsons. This by-law will affect all lands within the  boundaries of the Village of Gibsons.  The intent of the by-law, in general, is to divide the municipality into  zones and to regulate the use of land, buildings and structures, including the surface of water, Within such zones, or prohibit any particular  use or uses in any zone or zones; to promote health, safety, convenience  and public welfare; to prevent the overcrowding of land and to give  due regard to the value of land, its potential, and the conservation of  property values.  The hearing will be held in the United Church Hall, Gibsons, B.C.,  commencing on the date and time shown hereunder:���    n  THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973, at 7:30 p.m.  The hearing will commence. On this everting particular attention  will be given ito the area of the Village lying SOUTH of Winn  Road, (Post Office Corner). The meeting will adjourn and continue on  SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1973, at 2:00 p.m.  Tho hearing will continue/ Or> this ofternoon particular attention  will bo given to the area between Winn Road and all lands on  the SOUTH SIDE of Highway 101. Tho meeting will adjourn .<  and continue on  /  THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1973, at 7:30 p.m.  The hearing will continue. On this evening particular attention  will bo given to the 'lands In the Village on the NORTH SIDE of  Highway 101 to tho boundary at Rold Raad;  A copy of tho proposed by-low may bo Inspected at tho Municipal Hall,  South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, during regular office hours,.9 a.m. to  4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, from tho date of this notice until the  conclusion of tho hearing.   .  AH porsons who deom tholr Intorosr In property affected by tho by-law  will be afforded an opportunity to bo hoard on matters contained In  Ihe by-law. I  March 21, 1973 DAV J If) JOHNSTON  ���! Municipal Cl|rk  ROGER DesROSIEiRS plans Napoleon's next campaign - all in 30 millimeter scale, of course. Roger is one  of three Gibsons 'miniature military;'  enthusiasts whose pieces will be on  display in Vancouver March 31 and  April 1 at Vancon, the city's first  military fair. Adam McBride and  Larry Gimell will also be present.  Roger has an extensive collection of  30 mm scale pieces from the Napoleonic period, all extremely detailed  and authentic, down to the style of  army belt. Roger pain takingly hand  paints each. one in the colors of the  day. McBride specialises, in armour  and artillery pieces, while Gimell  opts for the Greek-Roman period!  The fair will be held at the Wise Hall,  Victoria Drive and. Adanac Street. * 7  PENDER HARBOUR  FIRE PROTECTION  DISTRICT  NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed  returning officer to conduction election, to elect two (2) trustees  for the above mentioned district;  The persons qualified to vote, must be property owners and  qualify under the Provincial Elections Act and are hereby notified  to attend a meeting to be held in the Community Hall, Madeira  Park, B.C., April 15th, 1973. at the hour of two (2:00) p.m. At  which place and hour, I will proceed to call for nominations and  take the votes of the electors present. 7  The said meeting will be closed as sooiftos the votes of the.  electors present and voting when votes are called for, have been  counted.  Dated this 28th day of March, A. D. 1973.  MARKLE SYDNEY MYERS  Returning Officer  '      Vim "Sf}<  ' <    <  Taxi****  \  ,lt' vyvv-v  .��s.7'7 77  v:yv\v  yvyy  ::V'V^-V   '��� !.���  WW&����k  7^7v;:^'f77S77:77.;  V'*^: ;'��;���';  V- "VV ��� A-;  77',77'7-  '���'A.-.     '        ���     '     t;  'Y.A.y '':���..-���!'���; '���'������'���'��� \ . ���  ^'���ymm:;!  Jj777''7i  7iP'���''.:"'.���''  lilt  SSSSSIS  v m/i''  Page B-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 28/ 1973  3- SPORTS  Sec/ielf Lanes  ..;���,;.! ,  m^tjyi  ',y  > ������������������  yvvvy-:  .:7;v/���������������..-  ^;7^-7'7  ���>��� ���������;:��� vv...  ���'���>V;\'>;  i: !���.���"���   7  57  eriings  /e  ELPHIE'S track team is now getting organized with practises starting Mon-,  day.  Coaches for the various events are:  Hammer and shot .put, Mr. Stoochnoff;  hurdles, Miss Wilson; javelin, Mr. Gray;  pole vault, Mr. Turner; sprints and relays, Mr. Pauls; middle distance, Mr. Miller; high jump, Mr. Smethurst; discus,  Mr. Bjornson, and long jump, Mr. Borth-  �����by Joon Blomgran  wick.      "   ,     ~"   " ' ~  This year several track meets are scheduled with^the first, April 14, at Brockton Oval in Stanley Park.  Elphinstone will also enter a senior  boys rugby team in the first provincial  seven-aside rugby tournament set April  20 at Langley. The club is coached by  Garry Gray.  ,   ���by Eve Moecrtp  SECHELT���Results of this week's play  are as follows:  ,     Mixed   10   pins���Pelle   Paulson   360  (196); Gordy McCourt 360 (191); Betty  Bantalla  292  (181);  Diana Keeley  277  (150).       "*  Buckskins���Boss  Joe  658. (273,   156,  229); John Baillie 578 (178, 203,197); Don-  . na Joe 597 (266,169, 162); Doreen Joe 543  (192, 167, 184).  Ball and Chain���Math Jaegar 610,  Bruce Redman 623, Walter Kohuch 746  (285), Roger Hocknell 686.     ,  Seniors���Lorri Rodway 221, Andy  Henderson 236.  Sechelt Chiefs  to meet Saints  SECHELT- Chiefs soccer club will play  third division North Shore Saints in  the first round of the B.C. Provincial  Cup March 31. The match it slated for  2 -p.m. at Hackett Park.  At the finish of regular league play,  the chiefs are in fifth position in the 12-  team, mainland league.  Burnaby Firefighters edged them 3-1  in their final game Saturday.  Flay takes  shoot honors  SECHELT���Marksman GeorgeJTay  ked off with every, award but one at  Sechelt Rod and Gun^Club's fourth annual aggregate shoot-Sunday. In addition  to first place iri^every class, he won the  club's perpetual trophy for high scorer.  The awards banquet will take place  April 14.  /Full results are as follows:  ^ Trap���Chuck  Massey,  Lou   Cousins,  Gunnar Wigard.  Large bore���George Flay, Joe Mellis,  Frank Jorgensen.   '  .22 rifle���George Flay, Chuck Massey,  Bob Janis. ���''*   -  Pistol-George Flay, Gunnar Wigard,    PEMIHSUU HOTEL  dJnilli  SS'aate ��� Georee Ftav   Chuck   was transtormed into a boxing arena   finance future club activities, and  Massey* Gunnar wSgard? Friday when Prank Zanfolas, centre,   spectatore  agreed  they  got  more  High  aggregate  for  juniors���Derek   staged an exhibition withmembers   than their mohejr's worth of action.  Nelson. of his recently-formed boxing club.  HULL REPAIRS    ^BBBB^      FUEL TANKS  WOOD & STEEL      ^^T        MUFFLERS AND  PAINTING ... WELD/NG REPAIRS  3 MARINE WAYS  See Mike or Bill at  Gibsons Boatworks  886-2751  886-7145  mm\T*m   FLOAT  1. STRINGER  2. SLEEPERS  3. DECKING  BULLDOZERS make short work of Fiedler Bros. Contracting has offered be done by Elphinstone staff and  rocks and stumps as work begins on to undertake further site development iRh,4Ali4,   pmwt  mastermind Jim  the Elphinstone High School com- and Bob Dodyk of Superior having J���?8���8-  ���J��� mastennw Jim  munity tennis court project in G4b- will lay the playing surface. Pinal Weir is confident the courts will be  sons. Equipment and labor was don- stages of construction work, such as ready for use by May.  ated Sat. by Shoal Development Ltd. erection of the fence and gates, will  Dental Topics  HOW do you get youngsters to keep to  good oral hygiene   practices?;  They  lisually have more "urgent^ matters in  mind.  You can keep talking to them about  it, reminding them to brush their teeth  and so on, but it's like talking to a  brick wall sometimes. That's why the  Canadian Dental Association writes columns like this one, or publishes pamphlets.  Other health organizations, private or  government! also publish informative  literature, most of which can be picked  up free at your dentist's office. The ODA  Writes its pamphlets to attract youngsters  and make an impression on them, without the preaching that usually accompanies the urging of such preventive dental  measures.  Candy eaters, for example, can't Just  be told not to indulge themselves so  much. But if they could read it for  themselves in "official" pamphlets, the  next time they are likely to pay more  attention to the warnings of their parents.  Using fluoride toothpastes, or knowing  what a fluoridated community water supply can do tor teeth, are detailed in the  brochures In an interesting way. AU the  facts are boiled down into quick-reading  pamphlets and many popular myths are  dispelled:  Next time you visit your dentist, remember the pamphlets are free, they can  save a lot of pain and expense, so why  not pick up some for your children���  and yourself. 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Box 888, Sechelt  Phone 886-2692  1  ' ��� ���'   ���   ,t  .'. ..  \  ���7, -yr-  . ^-^  U  1/  /  /  J  V  Halfmoon Bay Happenings       {  ���     - ���by Mary Tinkley  The Peninsula Times  Page B-5  f FRENCH films which were promised by  \     the French Embassy for March 8 show  ning to their tragic end.  There were some views of the Black  Forest, romantic and yet industrial. One  film "showed the manufacture of exquis-  .1 ings, so a special end-of-season show will   ite porcelain pieces, starting from the  :'( be arranged on Thursday, March 29 (to-   drawing board, the making of the model,  f*  Wednesday, March 28, 1973  mitihm��mmmm*mmmmmmm0mmmm��mm0>mmmmmm*0m  \ et the Welcome Beach Hall, have arriv  " ed after weeks of travels and meander-  !s3SSsSK��*^tt'vsB.��;i?\ ifystz  PORPOISE BAY ramp at SechfiK is loader is moving Wg rocks to place ramp will>e ready for use soon. Os-   uuvi  finally   nearing ^ completion.   Coast on one side of me ramp to protect it borne donated his -time, equipment  shell3 pou^.  Paving crews filled in the shoulders from higji tides. It looks like 4toe and rocks to the project. The Olympic Games in Munich were  and now Aid. Ted Osborne on the , - shown in color from their jubilant begin-  Vl- morrow) at 7:30 p.m.  The films include one on Marcel Marv-  J ceau, the famous mime, the French coun-  S tryside, the Mediterranean and Corsica,  and impressionist painters. This show will  wind up this .winter's film program.  Last Thursday's film program offered  two hours of the best ever entertainment,  with a mixture of British and German  color films, which, in -spite of their widely  different subject matter, seemed to com-'  plement each other. "Rhino Run" pictured  wild animals over 5,000 miles from their  . natural habitat and in,much better condition and humor l than they could hope  to be in the wilds. Through Whipsnade's  wide stretches of English countryside,  rhinos, and elephants With their young,  hippos, giraffes and flamingos could be  seen. The elephants relished the manicuring' of their toes and the giant turtles  obviously enjoyed having their beautiful  moulds, drying, first firing, glazing and  decorating through three successive firings, making one realize the extraordinary amount of highly skilled labor which  goes into the manufacture of these quality ceramics.  The work of the Bavarian genre painter, Carl Spitzweg, displayed a period of  comfortable peaceful life of the Bavarian  provincial towns in the middle of the last,  century. The final British film, "Windows on the Past", demonstrated a most  modern and beautiful piece of film technique, taking the armchair viewers on a  visit through museums in England, Scotland and Wales, and seeing the furnishings, toys, amusements and life style of  the last century. One nautical clock, 250  years old, was a marvel of exactness in  workmanship and time keeping.      v  Mrs. Ina Cunningham is in Vancouver  General Hospital where this week she is  undergoing surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Art  Armstrong have returned from a trip to  Reno.   - 7     -   ���  Freezer Beet at very  competitive prices  6   Month   Financing   Available  at Bank Rate of Interest./  GLYNN TRACY  Garden Bay Store - 883-2253  . "Fine Meats for Fine People  ���Mitwmw����mavMiwwMW����w��aM��Maa��w��aa��MMMwaWiW��a����'  d  iitiawaawp  HHimmnmiMiimimiimiaiiriiHiaiiiaiHiam  |p��f Sunshine Coast Business Directory I t7S|  lWf....tp........t.��,.t...m.....nwafa����aaa|fl|a��lltf|a,|M^^  aaaalaaiaiaiiluaaaalllliaaliiMiiialia'aa.liaaii^  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT -  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  ARCHITECTS  ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES  PETER HOEMBERG, b. arch.  Residential Design  Coordination and Supervision  SECRET COVE MARINA  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Bay, B.C     "  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  COMPLETE ARTIST'S SUPPLIES  CUSTOM-MADE LAMPS  Classes in Resin Daily, Tues. through Saturday  Candles, Macrame,  Beads, Arts and Crofts  Cowrie Stmt - Sechelt - 885-9817  i   i . -     ���_. ��� i      ��� ���      ii ���        ���  ' ������'   ���      ������ -   -       "'  '���'  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies. Classes & Firing  ��aler for Duncan's Ceramic Products  w  Dealer  Pino RoadJfc Grandvlo* Armas  B,Q.,.^$2^*iaw>oJ/ B.C.''  mmm  AUTO SERVICES  SECHELT HOME SERVICE  Atlas Part* and Tire*  Phone 885-2612  BUILDING SUPPLIES (con.)  Free Estimates - Fast Service  GftW DRYWALL  Drywall, acoustic and textured ceilings  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsulo  Phone 884-5315  Box loo, Port MoOoa, B.C.  TWN CREEK BUILDING SUPPLIES  DIAL  GIBSONS 886-2291 - SECHELT 883-2288  WHEN YOU NEED BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIVE US A CALL  FREE ESTIMATES  CABINET MAKERS   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinixhed Before  Installation  R. BIRKIN - Beach Ave., Roberts Creek, B.C  Phone 886-2551  CARPENTRY   ���^.,jKUin?ype^^iwQ,t8ftnOC-$wpM  ***���*"������        ���Lond oT*Marine  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  Don Henderson and Sons  885-9534  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone ,886-2201  Pender Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madeira Pork  HOURS:  . Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday IO a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri. IO o.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 o.m. to 3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.  to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Free Estimates  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basement* . Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Uneo  Coll for a free estimate any time  TED DONLEY Pendor Harbour 883-273-4  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Expert Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Ph, 885-2304 L.C. Emerson  If No Answer Leavo Message at 885-9326  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDERS  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPItf  Complete Inttmctions Provided))  FISHER FORM RENTAI  886-9951  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phone 005-2622  Box 73, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  - All Your Building Needs -  Madeira Parti Phone 083-2505  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD. >  Fill/ Cement, Grovel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  COAST DRYWALL  Dryvrall and Textured Ceilings  Free Estimates  Phone 886-7643  DELTOM CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Box 64, Sechelt  ���For all types of homes���  Phono 805-2592 or collect 926-5948  L&H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoe  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  (new Hall Sheet Metal Bulldlno)  885-9666, Box 172, Sechelt, B.C.  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Rood Building  Grading - Fill - Road Gravel - Crushed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  CONTRACTORS (cont.)  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs.  Walks - Driveways  Free Estimates  .     Phone 885-9413  ~ PEN ENTERPRISES  Suppliers and applicators of  Cascare Pre-Cast Stone and Brick  Phone for free estimate  Bob or Dick 884-5315  REFERENCE CONSTRUCTION  Patios, Sidewalks, Sundecke  Framing and Formwalls -  Now on the Sunshine Coast  Mmm 886.7449  W. M. Shortrced Construction  General carpentry,  concrete specialists,  walks, driveways, retaining  walls, patios.  266-7809  For oil your  ROOFING ' .\,'r��?,.  ALTERATION  REPAIR  Call Cor Zuidema - 885-2135  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  Build to suit:  Homes, Commercial  Buildings,  Vacation Homes. All kinds of Concrete Work.  ��� Any   kind   of  Remodelling.  PHONE VERN, 885-2525 or 886-2344  COMPONENT HOMES  FUEL  e:  NURSERY  For Quality & Service  y contact your  National Homes Representative  Dave Whidden - 885-9513  or write for catalogue  Box 245, Abbotsford, B.C  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel.t 886-2938 or 885-9973  Coll us for your disposal needs.  When renovating or spring cleaning  containers available  ELECTRICIANS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential and Comrnercial Wiring.  Free Estimates  Phone 006-7816  fv  R & S BACKHOE  R.R,  1, Madeira Park, B.C.  W. Rousseau - Phono 883-2302  "Wo aim to please"  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Telephone 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  i  R.R. 1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749  P. V. Services Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct oil enquiries to; ���  Dlsgwtwl)** o�� 885-9010, mm*. 886-7178  Offlco Hours 0:30 o.m. to 4:30 p.m. ,  Your Businoss Cand  In this space will reach  nearly 10,000 "people! '  Low cost - High power  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  5RING OF ALL TYPES  lal - Industrial - Commercial  guaranteed, - Free estimates  Jea McConn, Bex 157, Madeira Park  Phono 003-9913  JIM McKGNZlE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 885-9978  Residential - Cotaimerclal - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phone   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062   >-^^-^���-^   -��-.   SUNCOAST CONTRACTING  General Contractor  Residential Wiring and Plumbing  083-2426, Box 55, Madeira Park  RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  iSSO PRODUCTS  " IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER-  Phone 883-2663  Madeira Park, B.C.  HAIRDRESSERS  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the Bal Block   N  next to the Co-op Store  Gibsons 886-2322  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HEATING 8k SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL & HEATING  Domestic- Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  Box 164, Sechelt  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  IRONWORKS  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phono 886.7029 - 886.7056 - 886*7220  FREE ESTIMATES  JANITOR SERVICE  Welcome to the Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists In Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  Rug Shampooing  Ph. 886-7131" Gibsons  MACHINE SHOP  At Hie Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  ,       & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Marino Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marino Station  Phono 886-7721      Res. 886-9956, 886-9326  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (ot Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phono 885-9464  MARINE SERVICES   CLAYTON WELDING 8. MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Pocking, Storage  Packing Materials for solo  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. I Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  "    Use these spaces to  reach nearly  10,000 people  (ivory week!   ,  \] ]      'I     '.'       ,   '  ���''  Mack's Nursery -Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrubs - Fruit Trees - Fertilizer  Berry Plants - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Pesticide Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine; Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  v'' ' ���'���'   :     "  r  .  :': ��� ���' '  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  PAINTING & DECORATING  CALVIN'S PAINTING &  DECORATING  P.O. Box 94, Sechelt, B.C.  Phono 885-2107  PENINSULA PAINTING  & DECORATORS  Interior - Decorator Service -Exterior  Residential & Commercial Contractors  886.7158 Box 281, Gibsons, B.C. 886-7320  PLUMBING & HEATING  G & E Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  - Plumbing; Repairs and Installations  - Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heating.  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed Ctiarieboh  Free Estimates 886-7638  Box 165, Gibsons  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting ��� Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All work guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  Repairs . Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING & HEATING  LTD.  Gov't Certified Plumber ��� 24-HOUR SERVICE  Phono 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825, SECHELT, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Solos and Service ���- 886-9333  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coatee 806-7683  Roy Coateo 886-9533 or 886-7872  RENTALS  A. C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  Sunshine Coast Highway and  Francis Peninsula Road  SECURITY ALARMS       -  KEYES SECURITY  ALL-ROUND SECURITY SERVICES  Smoke ond Burglar Alarms  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  885-9487  SEWING MACHINES  6ERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR    .  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-9581  Roy & Wdgenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  P.O. Box 609, Sechelt,/ B.C.  885-2332 or collect 681-9142  TIRES    :';���������������   '.,... '      : "-..'  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. - Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Mondoy to Soturdoy 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday evening, by appointment only  TOWING  Scows - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS ->  Phono 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  * Complete Tree Service  * Prompt, guarantied, insured work  * Prices you can trust  PHONE 885-2109  SUNSHINE TREE SERVICES LTD.  Fully Insured  DANGER TREES TOPPED  SELECTIVE CLEARING  Madeira Park  Phone 883-2585  "RENT IT AT  THE RENTAL SHOP"  ot Davis Bay  "We Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants - Televisions  Roto Tiller*  Cement Mixers  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE B05-284B ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOURS  B85-2I5I  RETAIL STORES  C fi. S HARDWARE  Sechelt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  Pernor Harbour - 883-2513  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical - Plumbing - Appliances  TVs - Furniture ond Carpets  Box 150,' Madeira Park, Hwy. 101  at, Francis Peninsula  Greater Vancouver  291-0750  Socholt Peninsula  885-9711  Lawn Rakes  DANGEROUS TREES TOPPED ...  Removed;  selective  (ot clearing.  Fruit trees pruned. Shrubs trimmed and shaped.  Consultation and Free Estimates.  20YRS. EXPERIENCE��� FULLY INSURED  Phone 886-7566  T.V.  fit RADIO   PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Sales and Service  Authorized Dealer and Repair Depot for '  QUASAR (Motorola) & PHILCO  Cowrie StMet, Socholt -*- Phone 885-2171  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.IaLEs"  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ��� Ed Nicholson  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT'  Box 799, Sechelt ���- Phono 805-9016  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  UPHOLSTERY  BPLAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholsterlng * Restyling - Complete Drapery  Servlco - Samples shown In the homo\  Phone 006-2050      ,    j  _~M~...��.���.���.,������,�������������� ^..1,11 1 mm 1 ��������....����������� .iiW.i ���������n...ir-i..iii>,��MMi.��li,..ii,������.. nm���ibO.hu  YOUR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES 4500 HOMES  '   ,;     i \    i  ,     1 ��� ' ' \ -'l  /  ' '  y  A  . j  j  > i, *  uanger foreseen ...  \  j  J      j  .,, i  Public decisions cited  in forestry environment  IN releasing the annual report of the  , Canadian- Forestry Association of B.C.  pi J. G. Bentley. president^ commented  - on the significance of the work and objectives of the association.  Stated briefly, the CFA was founded  to assure the wise management, grojvth  -, and protection of the forests for the continuing benefit of the people ot B.C. and  its work is carried on through educational  programs directed to youth and' the  general public.  ;  Bentley drew particular attention ..to  the growing role of the public in decisions that affect the environment and  warned of a very real danger to the  forests and environment if vocal pressure groups are allowed to influence  these decisions on an emotional or piecemeal basis without due regard to the  many complex factors involved. Thus,  association programs-which promote rational decisions based on knowledge and  understanding are of vital importance at  . the present time, he said.  By way of illustration, Bentley stated  that, while the association favors the  multiple-use concept, it is not denied that  certain areas should be considered for  7-gingle use purpose. This need not always  .... be through permanent alienation, but  rather by rotation as circumstances warrant and would have a view the avoidance of decadent forests, the reduction  of damage by insects or disease and the  creation of a healthy balance of age  classes.   "���/ ���; ���' , /  Bentley reported that 1972 had seen  the most active period in the history of  the British Columbia organization, which.  v was founded 47 years ago. He gave credit  to the federal government is Local Initiatives Program which provided personnel  Tlflcservicea major' expansion in associa  tion youth clubs and to, promote environmental education programs in the  schools. (The number of Junior Forest  MISS airs  CARD & GifT SHOP  Wherf Rood - Socheh -883-9066  P.O. BOX 2W  HollmoifcCoutt. cards and wrappings.  Pino English china cant and toucan.   !  ���Mtfqm fteme, local artists paintings,   g  Warden/Girl Forest Guard clubs alone'  grew from 83 \o 119, an increase of 43  per cent.)  . Labor was also available for improvements at all association environmental  study camps' in the province, expanding  their capacity to serve the clubs and the  schools. During the year, 7,236 young people attended the camps for a total of  28,707 camper days. (Evans Lake Camp  near Squamish, John Mclnnis Camp near  Prince George, Silver Lake Camp .near  Peachland and Rock Lake Camp in the  Kootenays).  In addition, reciprocal arrangements  were made with other educational institutions and had positive results in getting  more management information to future  citizens in our schools. The establishment of a "speakers' bureau" was another  accomplishment that marked the year and  has been of use in providing background  material on forestry for writers, speakers  and others.  In his concluding remarksr4he president acknowledged the generous 'support  of the media who spread Association  material and messages throughout the  province as a public service. \  Home acquisition grant   '  amendments revealed  PREMIER David Barrett announced that  the provincial Home Acquisition Act  regulations have been amended by order-  in-council to provide- further assistance  for persons wishing to acquire a home.  Under the new regulations, people will  be eligible for both a low-interest second  mortgage and a home acquisition grant,  provided a grant7is repaid with interest  to the provincial goyernnient before application., is made-for a mortgage.  *'  Under the previous regulations, once  a person had accepted a Home Acquisition  Grant he or she became ineligible for  any furture mortgage assistance.  ���'��� "The new regulations will provide  potential homeowners;with more assistance in their attempts to own their  own home," said Barrett.      .'",.'���'  Last week Barrett announced Changes  to the Home-owner Grant Act regulations  which made senior citizens eligible for  a $50 per year supplement regardless of  which partner reaches age 65 first.  .)���  y  Page B-6  ,'   7 The ?enin��ula Time*  Wednesday/ Morch l( 28, 1973 .  NOTICE    .  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance off oil kind*  Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  803-2794 (24 hours)  PAVING WAS to have started Mon-f:  day Jn West Sechelt. Highways of- *  ficials expect the work to be/com-s  . pleted in about a month. In the meantime, patient motorists put up witii a'  few moreiiwbnveriiencesbefore the  road is complete. ,;  school for retarded  SECHELT and District Assn. for irtet  ed Children held its regular mont  meeting March 20 in the Sunshine School  Hart Doerksen, elementary supervisor  spoke oti projecting plans for expansion  of' school facilities' and the need to give,  these children instructions in skills on a  practical level which will make them useful members of the communis.  '77'7��  The addition of five pre-schoolers to  the group is anticipated and it is doubtful if the one room will be adequate/to  cope with the newcomers alongside the  older students said Mrs. Marjorie David  who are at present progressing well  Since these children each progress at his  or her own rate according to their handicap it makes the teachers work very  difficult. The need for a workshop is  under serious consideration by the . as4  sociation. Any assistance along these  lines by the community is greatly ajH  '��� .predated.  ,: : -Y .���  Pender Harbour Seniors hold business meeting  PENDER HARBOUR��� Pender Harbour  Senior Citizens Branch 80. held/ its  monthly business meeting March 19, with  37 members and one new member present.  Mrs. Olsen .president, was in the chair.  7 . lihere was discussion about carpet  >bpwling. If anyone is interested in forming a league they/should contact Mrs. W.-  ���Brown.  Following   the   meeting   progressive  whist and cribbage were played. Mrs.  Collins and Mr. Tillington tied for first  in whist and Mrs. Olsen won and Mrs.  Jorgenson was low for cribbage.'  ��� -'' "    * 1 --'" ������;.nri ���['--   1'   .  Packed red cells, obtained from whole  blood given to the Red Cross Blood  Transfusion Service by volunteer donors  are used as an effective treatment for'  anaemia.  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons 886-2827  All Show* 8 p.m. and in color    -  George C. Scott ond Stacey Keach  THE NFW CENTURIANS  --MATURE���  Than., Fri., Sot.March 29, 30, 31  He's back for more...  SHAFT'S  BIG   SCORE  'Warning: Violence arid Coarse Language"  .^MATURE-^-  5un.f.'Mon., Tumi., April 1-2-3  DON'T BE AFFRAID TO OFFER  SUGGESTIONS ON WHAT YOU   '  WOULD LIKE TO SEE.       /-  mm.  RESlKinthe  <+m  \  BGffl^HBfl       fl|^k       BKHiliB SmmmrnXXmrnrnX HSR      '  S Better Buy MARGARINE 10/ Coffee Break COFFEE  JW    1-lb. pkg. ....   AV 1-lb. pkg.   �� Dutch Oven FLOUR      9(| ��� *1  JJB    All Purpose nV    $        Jig  $1.39  ENERGY DOG FOOD STL:       8*�� 1.00  mm BUY LUNCH BAGS s..     2 - 49��  DOT WEST ALUMINUM FOB. iw.ch......... 39��  BETTER BUY FACIAL TISSUES ,..,        35c  BETTER BUY BATHROOM TISSUE ,..._...... 85c  GARDEN GATE ORANGE JUKE ����......... 4$*  MALKIN'S FRUIT COCKTAIL Z.   $,, 1.00  MALKIN'S  MALKIN'S  MALKIN'S  MALKIN'S  MALKIN'S  MALKIN'S  MALKIN'S  j PORK PICNICS  S BARBEQUE WIENERS ,. 79  |J(      JsLL ��   8���$J?LIL<2>   from our Bakery  J  BUTTERHORNS  fi   KIDS I ENTER OUR COLORING BOOK CONTEST  |||     YOU MAY WM A WESTINGHOUSE PORTABLE CASSETTE  J RECORDER OR A WESTINGHOUSE AM-FM R^MO.  11 mom coulo mu $1,000 m free groceries.  3  CREAM CORN I4,  mm corn s _  ASSORTED PEAS "  FRENCH CUT BEANS  CUT GREEN BEANS  TOMATOES 3T_  PINEAPPLE JUICE  85*5  Sea Lord SOCKEYE SALMON    ggcS  ������=���^ '   - s  ox. ..  14  ox.  14  ox. ...  48  ox.  4-95c  4��*95��  4<��95c  4-515*  4����95c  3>�� 1*00  SEVBI FARMS SOUP CX...����., 2 ��-  in Tomato  MALKIN'S SPAGHETTI we. ,<-��.  5 <*1.00 IS  s  29*  1.00  MALKIN'S PORK & BEANS L4...... 5 *, 1,00 ��*  SEVEN FARMS CANNED MILK X 5- 1.00 Si  CAU BLEACH ���1_        55c S  MALKIN'S APRICOTS SS.__ 3, 1.00 Si  MALKIN'S TOMATO JUICE t      2��95c:B*  GROUND BEEF  Double  Smoked Ib.  Fresh  MEXICAN CUCUMBERS 3T���_       I9c  COOKING ONIONS  Canada   No. 1  2 lbs. 29c  1  SPINACH S?,'** :_  39c  Freshly bokod  ���. |..   55c  3 for 39c  Hefalls cat tho store.  I  PRICES EFFECTIVE: THURSDAY, MARCH 29 TO SATURDAY, MARCH 31  Phono 886-202(6  886-9812 Moot Dopt.  Wo Itoaerve Tho Right- To limit Quantities  886-9823 Bakory  1, ' 1 " ��� ' y 1    ���     1 ', ��� ������'   11  /    ��� 1  /  1       ',  '  % ��

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