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 V  �����i  "J( ifi>  MAWN4" MM/*,' *, ,��^ WMW&  t-y JC si�� j��% HAL i H Hi CROP lU  -4WM-JSUJ a t-6-tU-Ave.  ANC0Uv��R��   B.C  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), Including' Port Mellon, HopWns Landing,;Granthoms LaSStftog, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  WllswoCreekrSelma"PoTlCSech^r7Holfrfloon-BoyrSewettS^ Hr^fademTwkrG/Brt^^ Itvim'rG&^fc&atfGoVQ, Epfrwnl  LARGEST CIRCULATION jOF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST.  Annex Port Mellon, Granthams, Hopkins ...  ... Referendum planned on expansion    .     $1 plant to process sewage.frqnt the Gihsons-to-  fiiBSQNS-^^iteonglii^lan .than, for the -smaller com-1  BY ALASTAIR ROGERS  double its area and its tax base: ,^ /f KmSes K**^ to construct **% own  . The village council has applied fcp'thef' I Bjgjg'  ..,''..   ^ , ti.  provincial ~^ �� ��**&i3tt^jX5$l:  municipal boundaries to jnclude^.tM^U^a," he said.^'If separate plants were  Canadian Forest Products piu>.imtt afe^*^ They  ;  t  <  ^  Port Mellon as the first stage of a  stage expansion. %   <!       *. '*^*.��^corporationiritbthe'villageoftheseyeh  Second stage would be to inclv.de ,the    district lots between Gibsons and Langdale  areas of Granthams Landing, Soamesi .would increase the area of the municipality  Point, Hopkins Landing and Langdale in-  the Gibsons Village,        (    , ; ^ V -  The move, announced last week by Mayor/\ ^  Larry Labonte, would add over $5 million tpv *  the village's taxable value, doubling^the'^  present assessment base."       ,    [     ���>  w/  Additional revenue from these areas)/  would enable council to link the presenter;  unincorporated communities to 'Gibsons' T ,  water and sewer systems and generally;!  upgrade services in the village.        -   " ,1 \  Labonte told The Times in an interview^  that the village's present tax base was too*  small to finance the, major water system,*'  upgrading projectplanned by council.    ��   I  EXPANSION NEEDED  He said that a recent water rate increase  ,by approximatelyJ,000, acres.  ������ 'Although Port Mellon would become part -  6f the village under, council's proposal, it  would be geographically isolated, with the  intr^venirig area remaining under the  jurisdiction of the regional district., *  /^ Copland said an initial reaction to the  proposal fromihe provincial government  was expected within the month.   * \   ,  :  -" Labonte said that meetings were being  planned to guage public opinion^on council's  annexation bid. '."',*  ��� system, such as a hovercraft service, was  provided from*Vapcouver/ the majority of  new residents would settle between Gibsons  nrid Langdale.    \  (I shudder to thinkwhat would happen  would "just cover replacement" of wornK)utV.^tnout controUed-development," he said  ������   ���  - �� .-*...   i    *   Tahnnfa   <">id,,'there   was   also   lane  to the water system/,' ������"';   v:   avauame   m   that' area   for   industrial  "These problems weare trying to^olve by;  increasing the tax base," he said. , , J  Planning committee' chairman S^iart-  Metcalfe said the expansion bid was'-the]-'  result of a lengthy investigation by council \  and a feasibility study by Dayton and Knight/-  consulting engineers. -'-',*  Under council's proposal to the depart-j.  ment of municipal affairs, phase one of the  piping and not aUow for necessary expansion1-,;   Labonte   said;-there   was   also   land  available   in   that ' area  development.  TAX BASE  ' Metcalfe said the basic reason for Gibsons'" proposed take-over of Port Mellon,  was, historically, that no village could  operate without some industrial tax base.  Municipal clerk Jack Copland said that the  lour south-western communities would be  incorporated in Gibsons'  comprehensive  ft*  /  S \  \  it  /  if  *s  J  expansion, the annexation "of Port Mellon,-"/ development plan and .the needs of their  ��� -       people would be recognized.  -��� Metcale noted that the majority of employees at Port Mellon lived in the village  and took advantage of village services. .*  He said the regional district would benefit  front ^the proposed take-over because  provision of water and sewer services to the  areawould be extremely expensive.  I   DISCUSSING details of proposed extension to Gibsons municipal boundaries are Aid. Stuart Metcalfe, left,  chairman of council's planning committee, and, Mayor Larry Labonte.  Increasing tax base of village is considered, the only way to finance improvements   to  municipal   services.  -s>  According to Labonte, annexation would  benefit both Gibsons and the presently  unincorporated communities to the  south-west ��� Granthams . Landing,  Soames Point, Hopkins Landing and  Langdale. Increased assessment value  . from Port Mellon, alone, would amount  to over $5 million.  District  fina^icia^  ir ���  Sunshine Coast Regional  directors have, doubled their  rewards.. . '''������:��� -'i. ,'������' ' l...  The directors raised the amount they are  paid for attending meetings from $25 per  meeting to $50. The chairman of the board  will be paid $100 per meeting instead of $50.  The motion was passed at the board's  recent meeting with one director vpting (  against and another abstaining.  1 Chairman 'Frank1 West defended the in?  crease saying it was the first since 1967.  "Over the seven years, that amounts to  only a six and a half per!, cent increase per  year," Chairman West said.  Alternate director Dennis; Shuttleworth  was thelone voice of opposition.  "I don't doubt the mathemathics,," he told  the meeting, "I doubt the wisdom. Is this a  wise move a,t this time in light of the national  economy? , Is this. Increase...f.really,  necessary?"  The motion to make, the increase was  . made by Director Peter. Hoemberg who said,  > "We are talking reasonable sums here. I  don't think the increase is excessive; I also  don't think we will have that much effect on  the national economy." a  "Perhaps not," Director Shuttieworth  said, "but.someone has to set an example.  Wo got $25 now per 'meeting."  Director Tim Frlzzell said, "The volume  of work demanded of us Is surprising. I know  I spend a great deal of time doing board Work  outside the regularly called meetings and wo  don't get pai4 for 'it."        ,    ���  Director John .WcNlvcify who was not  sitting 'rift th^hoard'sufnmodfup, the boards  dilemma, "On onfoThnhd the increase la not  enough and on the otlier It la too much."*  Director McNevin was, flritVsltting on the  control. "There is a restraint," he said. "The  money paid out is subject to the limitations of  ���' thei budget. If the money in the budget is  exhausted,1 then we'���'work for''nothing;'"'  i i  Bigger limits  lot ciirecfors  Sunshine Coast Regional Board directors  will be paid within the limitations of their  budget, but they have given themselves a  little more room in which to be limited.  The board's payment to those who attend  regularly called meetings was doubled, but  the budget amount set aside to pay them has  more than doubled.    '  m 1^74 ^1,500 was set aside for board and  committee chairman. In the ,1976 provisional  budget that figure has been raised to $4,400.  The budgeted amount to be paid to directors'  was $8,500 in 1974, The 1975 amount has been  set at $13,200.  A complete breakdown of the proposed  1975 budget is carried inside this issue of The  Times.  would take effect as soon as possible.  ' Later, a referendum would be held to give'  the residents of Granthams Landing, Soames  Point, Hopkins Landing and Langdale the,  choice of joining the village or not.  ADVANTAGE  Metcalfe said it would be to the advantage  of the four nearby communities to incorporate with^ Gibsons,  *'"   " The Ullage's water and'sewer system^  would be extended to service the area, he -  ���said.  "There would Jbie a proper (water) -main  the full length of the area," said Metcalfe,  "and adequate storage for proper fire  protection."  u He explained that* certain areas between  Gibsons and Langdale were saturated'with  sewage, restricting future expansion. If the  village boundaries were extended to include,  that area, however* full sewer service would  be provided and hooked up to the Gibsons  pollution control plant.  <T^aldejpman stressed the need for  controlled development in the area to the  south-west of Gibsons.  He predicted that if a fast transportation  MORE EFFICIENT  Labonte said the village could operate  more efficiently, if its boundaries were extended. "There would be a more efficient use  "of equipment and men,"he felt. "We could  service the adjoining area with no increase in  cost/'.;,  "���;. ���>������;   ,w;.   :  ,'��� .���;,,   .  Metcalfe added' that it would be more  efficient for the Gibsons pollution control  -���" fc* -  "We will'take that off their shoulders,"  f' He stressed: "The village of Gibsons  really needs the tax base of Port Mellon to  operate efficiently; but, with Hopkins  Landing and the other communities included  in phase two of our plan,' we don't want to.  ^steamroller them into joining the village^; We  want to prove to them that it would be to their  advantage to come in."  ChosSmas presents  missed destination  If you live in Pender; Harbour and" are  missing some, Christmas presents, we may  know where they are.  Boston Bar RCMP have informed Sechelt  RCMP that they are in possession of some  Cjiristmas presents marked Tender Harbour.' No other address or information is On  the presents:      " :"'-,y'vm';      '-.t ;,���  Neither detachment was able to give an  explanation of how the presents got  sidetracked. Perhaps*Santa Claus needs,a  new compass.  Gf^!^~6ib��^^''K&isicnm Club 1s>  seeking support from other local service  clubs for its community swimming pool  project.  .....v..President'.-.Haig Maxwell told TheiTlmes  he had"seritletters/;to the local ICiwanis and  Lipns^Glubs askujg^if they would; consider  : helping to raiseifii^p^fi^theprpppsridp^l.  ' "Costs liaye skyroicketted on us," said  Maxwell. "We (Jan't possibly raise enough  money for the pool by ourselves now."  He; said the money raised by the club  towards the projects so far had been barely  enough to keep pace with inflationary increases in construction costs, , ��  To date, the Kinsmen have raised about  $8,000 towards the estimated construction  cost of $550,000.     ,  The school board has offered a site for the  pool at Elphinstone Secondary School, said  Maxwell.  "The project has been in the back of our  minds for^abput two years," he said. "We've  spoken to a,few!arcbitects and engineers, but  the cost of engineered drawings at this state  would be.top much." s ,  , Maxwell is.confident other service clubs  uwill throiw their weight behind the com-  .n^unity,swhiuning,..pobl project.  He is slated to discuss the venture with the  Sunshine Coast Kiwanis Club January 9.  ���V  Lpst year was  in 0,word"W0t  Ivast year can bo summed up on ono word  wet. Rainfall and a smattering of snow'  vff/t"'  board oa l^woa.tho last meeting of 1074-oiMlir-rwult��d-|n.0L7Uln<*ea��olAproclpltatton,  ho does hot takri his'seat'on the board until  Uio first meeting of 1975.  Director, Harry Almond who will not bo  sitting on tho 197B board abstained from  voiing. .        ���  "I don't feel I have tho right to make this  decision," ho said,  ,The motion was passed with Almond  abstaining and Shuttieworth voting against/  After tho vote ono of tho directors'commented to Shuttieworth that ho was voting  against tho wishes of Director Norm Wfltnon  who had originated Uio Idea of increasing the  money paid to directors, plrcctor Watson  was not able to nttend tho meeting and,  Director Shuttieworth was there In bis place,  Both are on Socholt Village Council.  - Tho-'bonnd voted to' restrict the money  being paid to directors In another wny. In Uio  past It la board policy to pay nil directors who  attended committee meetings whether they  were on tho committee or not. The board  changed that so that only directors on tho  committee or, tlioso who,,wcro Invited  iMJcauso tbolr presence was necessary, would  iw paid.  Chairman  West pointed  out  another  higher than tho average pit 53.04 Inches and  much higher than tho .Chamber, of Commerce  would like to see.  So far, 1976 doesn't look much different.  Tho first three days recorded brought over  half an Inch or rain.*   i \ ,,!,''  Ono notoblo thing about,December was  the mid-month high temperature of 52  degrees/Not bad tor winter,     ;","'  Weather���Dec, 28 - Jan. 3  I<  H ( Pet,  Dcc,?Jl 29  Dec, 29                ' 34  Dec. 30 31  Dec. 31        ,       ��� 32  Jnn;V .12  Jan.2 33  ~Jnn;'3 - - **~" ������- ��� - 32  Week's totall.90 ,   , ,,'  December total T 10.00 inn.  Dcconilwr average ~i 0.89 Ins,  1074 total - flUUna,  -Average over past Vi years 69,04 ins.  and 10 ins. more Uton 1973,  * January 1975 ��� ,02      '  1     High Deo, temperature tS2 Dec. 10,  Overnight'low���28 Doc. 22,23 and 24,  GIBSONS; - Fire officials are investigating an early morning blaze that  completely destroyed a duplex on Marine  Drive Jan. 5,  Fire chief Rick Rannlger said three units  and 22 volunteer firemen rushed to the scene  after the alarm was turned in at 3:35 a.m, By  then, the single storey building was totally  involved and flames had burst through the  roof,.:'.;.'..;'.',' .;";...":.,'.',";,'���'". ".','".', ;.,,',.   ,.  "The fire endangered houses onboth sides  of the duplex," said Rannlger,' "and tho  occupants of one were evacuated."  Owner and resident of the building, Ken  Black, was in Pender Harbour at tho time of <  the fire, said tho fire chief. Tho other side of  tho duplex was empty.  Cause of Uio blaze has not yet been  ^ determined/..,.,;!,,..������    ���,, ,;..,.������������.���.  Is the Sunshine Coast Ice Arena operating  legally on Sundays?     '  A telephone call to the Sechelt Village  ��� pffice,recently posed'that question. Clerk  Tom Woods told the council an anonymous  caller had said the arena was not operating  legally under the" Lords Day Act If It was  charging admission fees or paying people to  work there. (  After a discussion, Uio council decided to  write a letter to the provincial attorney  , general's department to determine exactly  ' what the Lords Day Act entailed with  reference tp Ice arenas, A letter is also to bo  written to the arena to get them to nssuro tho  council the arena is being operated under tho  ; conditions of tho act.  "Wo have always done everything in  connection with tho arena to the letter of the  , law," Mayor Harold Nelson said, "and this Is  ,w.gplng���toJjo,nq|dlf^  . William Payno'of Vancouver has a lot to  bo happy about. Ho won the Jot In a draw,  lottery so to sneaky  Ho wns the top winder on tho-Sunshlno  Coast Recreation Association's lottery and  his prize is a lot on James Street in Sechelt.  lite lot la valued at $12,500.        ,      "  , Second prize In Uio draw, a $200 shore in  Uio Ico arena, was won by Miss M. Marshall  of Sechelt. In addition there wore 12 winners  of Ico skates valued at $50 a pair,  Sknto winners were Rick Peters, Eric  Waters, Karen Spencer, Gordon Dflwer,*Jlm  Brackott, L, GrlsenUiwolto, all of Sechelt;  Carolyn Jeffries, JSgmont; M.R. Hostlond,  Gibsons;   R,Lt| NorUi,   Richmond;   Jay  JNow Years Eve. Here he and Mrs.  Payno, left, accept tho. letter of  ownership from Mrs, Lydia Wall who  looking for property to buy; Tho lot Is  valued at $12,500.  .'������������ ���Tlmesphoto  Nancy Mastermnn, West Vancouver.  Hie lot Is Lot 3, Block UDL 303-304, Plan  15223, It la a treed, fully-scrvtccd building lot,  in Uio Seaside Village development,  All proceeds from thp,}o|,tcry go toward  meeting the recreation association's share In  Uio arena cost,  . Ironically Payne, a builder, bought a'  ticket for the lot when he was In Secholt  looking for property to buy, Ho purchased his'  ticket from Lydla Hall of Socholt, Mrs.Hall  picked up $100 for being the seller of tho  <��,winning.ticket. *  Glonmont Holdings donated tho lot for Uio  lottery, In n letter to Gordon Dixon, arena  ���'<^ihK,teonl}halriban7''aiciyi Crlppcii off  Glcnmoitit Holdings, said Glenmont would  look after tho cost of having the deed for the  property transferred to Pnyno's name,  "It Is indeed wltii a great deal of pleasure  thntwe are able to contributo this propertyin  recognition of your civic responsibility to the  village and tho community," Crlppcn said to  tho association, , f    :  The draw was made December 31,  S  I  > r f  k  <f  I  ��  ff  b  -s  ���4  I t  ,J  V T  *�����������**    ��������*�����/        ^     *��r*  .  m wimi ip^wf  rl  I.  'I  I  PageA-2  - The Peninsula Times  4    t  '%S      Wednesday, January 8,1^5  ��� ?���  vV  0  i i V*, ���  *-j��  .y>v>  '>!*���"- '���  �����'  radiator  1    cleaner [  ^7  ���  <  GIBSONS-If Harold PfiuTips~looks a  little unhappy as he tends to customers at his  Sunnycrest Esso service station, he has good  ,'     reason. \ ,   ���  '    ,    Thieves broke into the station on New  -��� -. Year's Eve* and made of with accounting  . ^ * )      data and Chargex records valueless to the  j. "tr   j     < culprits but worth over $1,000 to Phillips  / j * cuipi  'J. i T  '  ! i   Istati  This was the second break-in at the  statipnJn-a Jittle_over_a_w��elt.JSflmetim��  ��� during the night between" Dec. 23~and 247"  J thieves entered the building by smashing a  IJ   , side window and stole around'$800 in cash."  .<���,   Phillips covered the window with heavy-  j; gauge tin after the breakin, but the culprits  <*on Dec. 31 managed to'break through it.  $yjn the four years since Phillips-bought the  <�� Sunnycrest Esso, there have been between 12  Y'and 14 break-ins, he told The Times. In Oct  )ttober, thieves forced open an empty cash  /register and caused over $700 damage to the  ^till.  v- / Said Phillips: "Although I shouldn't take  *,it personally, and insurance has covered  ?;most of the loss, I have a disheartened  Reeling. ,* .' ?  ��    The next time thieves try to break into the  ,   ^station, they may get a surprise.  ''  "I don't want to say exactly what I'm  doing," said Phillips, "but I'm taking steps,"  X..  I'  J-u"  lA)OK ON HaroldJ'hillips' face tells the    Sunnycrest Esso  service  station  in    but thieves stole office records and  story, as he examines'safe opened by   Gibsons. Safe was empty at the time, * Chargex,stub^J.p r- ,  thieves during break-in Dec. 31 at his    '  *> ��  $150,000 increase over 19J4...  ������in N /  ���''Ml fi?T> '  VISUALLTMITS  Limits of Growth has been made into a  visually powerful film by Thames Television  in Great Britain. It^k^a/topk at various  sectors of pur '^im^Qi^-^^.!^vnii^--  and their unhappy conclusions.  s The f ilm is presentiy^available ona rental  basis of $25 from Pollution Probe Toronto,  University of Toronto^Toronto^ Ontario."'.  CHRISTMASf.CARDS  \L  ���  and WM&& ���",.���   -. /2  1  FLORISTSJ& GIFTS  &  ���taa  SUgiSHBUE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  This;-gear's regional, district budget is        Planning jumps from $28,820 to $50,095. set aside for water supply and distribution,  projected to be over $150,000 more than last ^ Biggest jump there is in salaries which go In 1975 $329,060 will go to water. Last year the  ^yfearsVi^,'*'/      -r,���..*������.���*:-.*.���>.r   \               'from $21,850 lastyear to $39,500. Travel went figure was $275,662.  4 ^ Tile interim budget .passerby, the Sun-    from'^TBO to $2,000. Plans and photographs In water supply administration, salaries';'  sfiine! Coast Regional District at their last    dropped from $600' to $250. went down from1 $20,200 to $15,874, although''  meetingis $713,966.-The 1974-budget for the        Building and planning inspection will go -otheradministrative costs are up. $5,000 has  district was $563,252.                                     from $33,120 last year to $53,257. Again been set aside for equipment maintenance, a  The biggest jump inthe budgetiigures is    salariesintake a -big increase going from ^ new cost and equipment, another-new func-  irjj   general.igovernjhent; services,   fire -,$25i50():.tp?|43j437^!,                       .          . -���;-:tidni3iss$3;225i'��� ?%������'������ ������:>��� i^U^ii: **m&<& ' ��  protection, "garbage,"planning, building in-        Pkrk-ahWgreeribelt aqiiisition stays at ' '"Reserveforfuturpreplacielniertts'hasbeen  spection, and water supply. In addition there    $2,000. increased from $20,(H)0 to $60,000^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^;,-     -  are   twor,new  functions   ���   emergency,     ,   Tbe feasibility study reserve funds drops The revenue, as laid out in the provisional |  nieasurel'^; cemeteries'with* $1,000 set *l;from $6,300 last year^to $2,575. budget will be as follows: 'sales of service},.  -kA~\i��2i^izJ~j.~ ���*.** ����n��"~ *��-~i-��-- ���-' <*���#*> *-��� *!a^���j ��..- __.��!.     "��on^ nnn ���*u ^Q $39,535, conditional  governments $310,615,  Pursuant to section 703,of the Municipal Act/public hearings will be neld as:  follows to consider by-laws 35[23]v35[24]t 35[25] and 35[26] ��� by-laws to  amend the Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning By-Taw #35, 1970. All persons  who ,deerri their interest in property affected by the proposed by-laws sHall be """  afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the by- aws.  until the end, of i  creasy  djf  districtlo'cali^ri will mfean aii ex"traj $3  rpnt and<Hydifp;but a drop Pf $20 in janitor's), *% ,6Fi  fooo   t^.ofrftl*'cii����i>ipoa Hnfiitiloi^^f^nriri'tl' Rlifl to' ' *'"'mTHi  ��Nearly6ialf the 1975 provisional budget is     March to finalize the 1975 budget.  v%  f'(l' 11.  >   \  if��  v)ffl::.  fe^s. iliega.I^rvices^doubled"fr6m'$i,500J;o:./;!  $3,000. Interest of, temporary borrowing went  from $3,oo\rtp'$6^000.! '; ;;';1.;'^__w  Elections     and     Uhibirii   ; of     B.C.     its decided advantages. One is ttie free     recipes showing how to prepare a satisfying  Municipalities, .costs stey^ at $9,400.     ,;��-       harvest available to us from the sea. meal with a minimum of effort.  Fir!P5^4 SS'JNJ"^ ^"J SoiSvisitors and residents alike can        Finally' ^reis a Ust of do's and dont*s.  Being a resident of the Sunshine Coast has     plants. Included are a/few simple seafood  ��    ,... miles of- foreshore the Marine 'Resources    oysters from^coinmerclal leases. JRed Tide'  5��-:: SchofS^ t^iW^r^W^?1^^  $13,690.   {,��tree��lighting jn' the' district/will dr'opK ��� Branch of the DeDartment   from ^9,600 in;1974:to $8,181.                   ConLrvation mv^^SS��dS!i ^confusion,that ^ists in the minds of  Garbage collection will cost an additional JS^ii TtK pr ^^ a 8-u,ae cauca many people regarding this phenomenon *  $4,000 in 1975,  jumping from $25,750 to ouua!,u,w *��V���� ���     .,.        * may be cleared up.                             , ,  '  $29,750, Garbage sites will cost an additional The brochure describes the principal        Copies of the brochure and additional ���'  $14,000 jumping fromi $53,110 to $67,000, verities ol shellfish, where they are found information about any of tho many species '  Garbage sites ihcludo administration, dump and how to gather them, Treated in si slipilar mentipned may be obtained from the Marino 1  maintenance and related costs.                  , manner are shrimp, crabs and' aquatic Resources Branch.                                  ;'  p&B/KSiBqfflpifBffl  mmmmmmmmm  22E  32  ^MaiwtiaawiiWBaaAig  I'll,  ,On March 1, the Modified Grid System of claim .staking will take effect In  British Columbia. This Is a far superior method of locating' drid icJLQJitifylng  mineral claims. It should lead to Increased dlscoyerle,^ and developmetei  while virtually eliminating conflicting claims,  iw��i��i����i��ii  Before this can happen,  "rbcerd8*musrbo,"rovls0ci,"and",'rnaps"'mu8t*b0  prepared, using the Modified Grid System,'And  caro must bo taken that tho now system and  tho present system are not confused. So, there \  will bo a moratorium botowoon January 16  and February 2Ei on claim staking In British  'Columbia. Remember, no claim staking during this slx-wook period.  For u full report  on Innovations In B.C. mining, rood "Thoro  Invo Boon Somo Chnngoo." This booklot Is  nvnllnblo at Prpvfnclol Mining Rocordor Offlcos.  br, wrlto to tho Dopnrtmont of Minos and Rbtroloum Rosourcos, Victoria.  i  ,��*.oiraaai)raiBH^  M  1. By-law 35(23)   .  [a] Intent '���������  (1) To/place all lands in the ''Sunshine Coast, Regional District riot previously  "covered by zoning.into, the country zone.   .,/, , ������.>..  ;     ���      (2) To establish stqnddrdsiapplicable to cfbliihtry zones,, including a/maximum of!      ,:.  two dwellings per parcel and a minimum parcel size'/under''subdivision of 4  "  ' ���'������l    ���;'''       '   hectares (9.9 acres). ',:'';" "''!;' '^*i:i".'^ '���������'"������'���<> ������',;''-' ���'''������.���  '., [b] Hearings ,:.,"'     ',.���,/,  ' ��� ; ht&-'"- '  (1) 9:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 28, 1975, at the Regiondlpistrict Offices, Wharf  Street, Sechelt.  .., -,  (2) 9:00 p.m., Wednesday, Jqnuary 22, 1975, at the.Reef Room, Jolly "Roger  Hotel, Secret Cove. "'    ���     ,   ,     i J  ���i- '��� ..���������' ,'��'!  ������    ���   -   <s ��� ���  ������ .-  2. By-law 35(24)  ��� ",f-ir,[a] 'intent , ' > , i  ���',.'���' (1) To rezone various (ands between Wood Bay and Bargain Bay from R3 to R2A.   -  (2) To establish standards applicable In R2A zones, Including generally those'  standards applicable In R2 zones/and a mlnimum parcelslze under subdivision of  ��.        ,2000 square metres (21,527.7 sq.ft.). !���������'���-  (3) Tq designate these lands as a"Development Area", pursuant to section 702A  .                      of the Municipal Act.  [b] Hoarlngn .���>���,���, �� ���       r  8:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 22, 1975, at the Reef Room, Jolly Roger Hotel,  ���'  *   Secret Cove,   "  ���   ,.'��� '.., ' ,   .,, .,. - '..'-���   .   '.'    ��� ���   ��� ^.v. .   ��� ���   (    .���  ���        ..',..,_. ��� ���';v...,'.i  .,    . ... /���'.' ;.  3. !By-lnv; 35(25) ���        ""  ' ���       " '" .("r*" \ ,"' ^ '" .  [a] Intont  .    f-;'        (1) TorozonoD.L. 1329, Lots 9 and 10, Plan 7627 (old Solma Park Legion) from  Rl to P2 (public and Institutional), ' i:'1  (2), To ostabllah standards applicable In P2 zonqs, Including tho permission of  Neighbourhood Publici Housoa,  u   ���..        ,.   " ���'        '. .       ' '..        ���'  7 !30 p.m., Tuesday, Jqnuary 28,1975, at tho Regional District Off Ices, Wbolf St.,   ,   ���  Socl^QJltJ  ���;w".',(;..   '::, ":; :'.������ "   <,    ;       ;.   ���. ��� ���     .��� \   .  4. By-law 35(26)  '     (��| Intent'1- '   , ( ^  I   To rozono b.L, 2309, Lot 24, Plan 13334, Secret Covo'(|ong arm), from;C2 to R2.;  ��� ���        fb] Hoarlhgr , ' "     I  ' ,7:00 p,m��� Wednesday, January 22, 1975, at tho Roof Roomj, Jolly Roger Hotel,  Socrot Covo,      ' '  , ��� ��� !>,''" '        ������ ',     ,  | t '  Tako notko that tho *octlon�� [a] oboyo are synopsoa of the four by-laws, and are  not doomod to bo an Intorprotatlon of thoso by-lawi, Tho by-laws may bo In-  L}  "poctod at tho Ro0lonal District Offlcos, Wharf! StrooV Sachdlt, during ofllco   ��,    ,_      haiin, hamoly Monday to Friday, 0t30 a.m. to 4100 p,m,  ��  *A  Sunthlne Coait Regional Dlitrlct  Box 800, $�����helt, B.C* V0N3A0  005-2261  Secretary-Treasurer -$>  V,  c T  * ,��  '.._     *���������������-..  ^  !,'  * -  Wednesday, January 8,1975  The peninsula Times  PageA-3  Use 'Times' Adbrieis to Sell Buy. Rent Swap, etc,  *���-+-~~^  -  -     -��   ��a  ��� j -  ^r S r nr �����P % Hw  fffjSfil  |D1  u  1 i  \  J\U-  \  y  i /.la* ���L_   ,      !>'  V  ���TV    ��  < 0-  Earthwatch, a special reportfrohii the  August 1974 U.N. World Population Conference in Bucharest precedes Cross Country  Check-up this; Sunday, which will a give  Canadians across the country as well as  listeners in U.S. and Europe the opportunity  to respond to the issues raised' at the conference. A three hour program starting at  1.03 pm.  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8.  Concern 8.03 pm 'Iran Today' The entrire  Muslim world is in a state of ferment and  accelerated development", economic, social  and political but nowhere more so than Iran.  Concern looks at religion in their rapidly  changing society, and the place of women.  Muslims in Canada tell how they have  adapted to life in a Christian country. Also a  look at women in Egypt.  THURSDAY, JANUARY 9  Themes and Variations 8.03 pm Part 1.  C.B.C. Talent Festival, Louis Lortie, piano;  Marie Landry, soprano. Part 11. Saint  Nicholas cantata by Benjamin Britten  performed by the men's and boy's choirs of  Christ Church Cathedral,, St. Mathias' and St.  Philip's Church Montreal. Part 111.  Katheririe Wolpe, piano ��� Sonata No. 22 in C  minor, Beethoven.  Jazz Radio Canada 10.30 pm Phil Nim-  rrions performs The Canadiana Suite . a  concert by Oscar Peterson and profile Of  Diane Brooks,  FRIDAY, JANUARY  School's Broadcast 2.03,pm 'Concepts of  Economics' a series of three programs which  seek to answer a number of, questions, have  we come to a time when old theories are no  longer functional, what happens to the  "social value" of money in time of inflation?  today-personal economics.  Between OurselvOs 8.03 pmA documentary on music performed by inmates of the  Collins Bay medium correctional Institution  at Kingston, Ont, plus a concert by the folk  western group Sneezy waters.  Tho Bush and the Salon     9.03  pm  A "Fenian's Rainbow" an account of the in-  * vaslon of Canada by members of the Fenian  Brotherhood In I860. Tho progrnm describes  tho raids from the viewpoint of soldiers,  citizens, reporters and leaders,  SATURDAY, JANUARY 11  Our Native Land 12.J0 pm Coastal Car  vers-^a report on thosei who still .practisethe  traditional arts of totem pole carving including Tommy Tatoosh, Stewart Joseph,  Ramona Gus and Dabbie Mearnff j  The Metropolitan Opera 2 pm. Puccini's  Madame Butterfly.  C.B.C. Stage 8.03 pm "The Cold Country"  by Susan Hill, a thriller about 4 polar explorers^ suspense and murder.  My Word 9 pm. Word game from the  B.B.C.  Anthology 10.03 pm Includes a report  from the Ontario Ministry of Correctional  Institutes of the value of art in rehabilitation;  a short story by Vancouver writer Karl  -Sandor, 'Fingers, Fingers' and Morley  Calloghans monthly visit.  SUNDAY, JANUARY 12  Ideas Special Earthwatch 1.03 pm report  from the Bucharest Conference on  Population followed by the opportunity to  express your opinions on the subject on Cross  Country Check-up at 2.00 pm with host Harry  Elton.  NHL Hockey. 4.03 pm Toronto Maple  Leafs meet the N.Y. Islanders.  -The-Entertauiersp^7.03 ���pm ���Royals  Canadian,Ajr Force and part 1 of a 2 part,'  documentary about the English pop group  Moody Blues, including interviews with the  five and music from their hit albums.  CBC Playhouse 10.30 pm "The Com-,  pliment" by James G. Harris.  Quebec Now 11.03 pm host Greta  Chambers with a report on the arts, poetry,  painters and filmakers.  MONDAY, JANUARY 13  Music of our People 8.03 pm Los  Calchakis, five musicians who play the folk  music of South America.  The Great Canadian Gold Rush 10.30 pm  Live concert with Hans Stayner Band.  TUESDAY, JANUARY It. *  CBC Tuesday Night Introduction by Prof.  George Whalley of Queens University to  "Opus Dei" a cycle of poems the canonical  hours of the monastic liturgy "from the last  and posthumous book by American poet,  John Barryman. Part 11.9.30 Recital by John  ' Ogden, piano.       a  Touch the Earth110,30 pm The music and  words of Tom Dunn.  LOUIE VIGNALL of Sechelt, -left,  examineswreckof hisl967 Acadian after  thieves abandoned it near Sechelt  garbage dump. The car was reported  stolen from the rear of the Red' and  .White store between noon and 9:10 p.m.  Dec. 13. The thieves abandoned the  vehicle after crashing into a tree on the  old garbage, dump road. They smashed  IfllThe glass and'vandalisie^helSteriorT  Const. Wayne Dingle of the Sechelt  RCMP detachment inspects the car with  Vignall.  fo-or-fwo  BY ROBERT FOXALL  Without doubt one of the heartiest  receptions the fledgling 1975 received was by  some seventy members of Senior Citizen's  Association No. 69. Hosted by Connie and  Dave Wilson with Grade and Emery Scott,  these members met in the Masonic Hall at,  Roberts Creek for a Potluck Supper which  was described as both sumptuous and'  scrumptuous.  Lots of TLC (Tender Loving Caro) had  gone Into the preparation of tho many and  varied dishes.  After the tables had been cleared off tho  group filled the interval before the arrival of  tho New Year with Sqiiaro Dances and many  dances enjoyed by the Senior Swlngors on  Wednesday Afternoon.  Music was provided partlqlly from tapes  but most popular was Uio live music provided  by Evolyn Bussholl nt tho piano and Emory  Scott on accordion. At midnight after giving  the New Year a vociferous welcome two of  the males washed dishes while the Ladies  "Redded Things Up".  The next morririg a number of volunteers  showed up to clean up the Hall to have it in  good order for another function to take place  that day. I am asked to remind members of  two events to take place in, the not-too-distont  future, One, the Basket Social to take place  February 12th, The other a Carpet Bowling  Tournament to bo held under aogis of tho  B.C. Winter Festival of Sports will sec teams  from other parts of tho Peninsula competing^  with Sechelt as follows:-  Jan. 27 Halfmoon Bay, Feb. 3 Gibsons,  Fob��� 10 Pender Harbour and Fob. 17 Roberts  Creek.  Further details of these two events will bo  given at a later dote. In the meantime  "HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AiX"  by COO CROYDON  If you eat enough protein foods daily you  will.not crave sweet food at this sweet-tooth  time of year. The protein keeps blood sugar  level oh a Jiigh enough plateau STEADILY  whereas drinking orange juice or nibbling  snacks, shoots blood sugar up and then down  again.  Reduce use of salt will reduce want-use of  sugar.  If you forget and pop a candy in your  mouth, STOP, pray hard and s-p-i-t it 6-u-t!  ft works.    .  When .watering those Christmas gift  plants use warm water, don't let containers  sit in moisture causing root-rot.  Now we have a consumer's rep here let's  get those complaint petitions rolling in to her  office. How about it girls? Consumer  suggestions, improvements, what we like  and don't like. We Canadian women take  pride in our household traditions and seek  time-saving Improvements In home ways as  well as at the marketplace!  Tip-or-Two's Christmas Wish is that  magazines would print gift and decoration  making-and-cr'eatihg ideas ia earlier Fall  editions, rather than waiting to Christmas  baking time in December! ^  1585|Wlarlno * Olbsons * Chargox * Mastorchargo  *^fSgBfflB|||gi  fc^^tg^aggga^^SB^^^^ap^^B^^^a^yiig^ggg  R9QSCX3*  ,  r*i  fL(  lEFM^iETTI  )  PAHEU  W  *Tv-  Windsor's Hew law Price On  4' x 8? sheets  Sunshine Coast Highway  . Gibsons  Phone 886-9221  Chooto . blondo or walnut nhadbs>  Windsor's huga volume purchase of  those fine panels bring* you extra  savlnflsl <  ���  THE  WIND SOP   PLYWOOD  PEOPLE  CB^B^��8^gft8^^S^p8ga8iWgyPt^  EMDJ  Section 29Q (4) of the Landlord and Tenant Amendment  Act has been proclaimed law, effective December 14,1974.  "29G (4) Upon the application of an owner of a  mobile home park, the Commission may set a rate of  rent Increase greater than that specified In  section 27 (2) in respect of that park upon such terms  and conditions as the Commission specifies,"  This means a mobile home park owner may' apply to  the Rent Review Commission for permission to Increase  rents by more than 10.6%^ Tenants,will be,advised pf  such application aYid the decision of the Rent Review  Commission, All other provisions of the legislation  continue to apply to mobile home parka,  ',     ,        /'  Rent Review Commission  P.O.Box 9600,        <  Vancouver, B.C.  V6B4G4 ' -4rif  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  ���^-WESTERNDRUGS"  v ... are pleased to sponsor this  Birth Announcement space, and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  .parents.  BACKHOE    available  Js^TSOldr  Phone 886-2546.  FIREPLACE need fixing? Phone  885-2325-9 to 5. 10846-tfn  Published Wednesdoys by  Powell   River - News  Town   Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  Deaths,     Card  ....���Memo'rltim,  COMING EVENTS  SECHELT  Chamber  of  Commerce Banquet, February 1st  at Parthanon Restaurant. Dinner  andDancing. " 10908-9  ENTERTAlHMjENT  GIBSONS LANES-Open <V  bowling Friday 7-11 p.m.., Sat.  and Sunday 2-5 p.m. and 7-11  p.m. 10328-tfn.  OBITUARY  BOUNE���Adeline Elizabeth aged  53 years, passed away  December 23, 1974. She will be  missed very much by her  husband Howard, her son Ken  and his wife Valerie with their  two children Aaron and Brandy;  and by her twin daughters Lois  Dick and Linda . Anderson.  Memorial service was held  December 27,1974 at St. Hilda's  Anglican Church. Cremation.  Harvey Funeral Home directors. 10891-7  BASHAM���Passed away ���  December 27, 1974, Fredrick  -Basharn, late of Tillicum-Bay^-  B.C. in his 91st year. Member of  Branch' 140 Royal Canadian  Legion. Survived by daughter  Mrs. Evelyn McKinnon, 2  grandsons John and Jim, 1  granddaughter Pat and their  Families. Funeral service was  held Monday,' December 30,1974  at Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons. Rev. N. J. Godkui officiated. Cremation.        10892^7  Member, Audit-Bureau  of Circulations  September 30, 1973  Gross Circulation 4446  Paid   Circulation   31  As  filed with'the  Augj^Bu.reau  of r.Circulation,  subject to audit,  Classified Advertisina Rates:  -frtine-Ad-Brief s-( 12-words)-^---  One Insertion   ��� ��� \- ��� SV;5a  Threelnsertions     $3.00  Extra Lines (4 wo($U) ,����� 50c  (Display Ad-Briefs $3.00 pe?r column  . . - inch)  Box Numbers '._ 50c extra  FOR RENT  LAMBE-rPassed  December 30,  away  1974,. Edward  WiUiamriLambe-lateM ^West  Sechelt, age 77 years. Survived  by hes loving wife Amy; step  daughter Marie Trippel,  Coquitlam; 2 step sons Ivar and  Bud; grandsons Bob Janis and  Richard Trippel; 1 sister_Ethel  Strain. Deceased served in World  War 1 and 11. Funeral service was1  held Saturday, January 4,1975 at  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons.  In lieu of flowers, donations to St.  Mary's Hospital ap- ,.  predated. . 10893-7  CARD OF THANKS  I WOULD like to thank the  doctors, nurses and staff of St.  Mary's Hospital Sechelt for' the  care'and attention.given to my  late husband Edward Lambe  (grandpa)-t-Mrs. E. Lambe.  10894-7  PERSONAL   :       ,  -, ,r tj       ,,   ,   ., ��� .��� ���   . ���>  BAHA'^'believe ' in;' l:   The  oneness   of   the   world   of"  humanity, 2: The rindependafjt'  investigation of truth. Phone 886-  2078 and 885-9450.   ���,,������. 10419-tf  WILL butcher, dress or cut your  meat or game, your place or  mine. Phone 883-9045     3044-tfn  PEERLESS    Tree    Services.  Benefit from experience. Tree  work guaranteed and insured.  Call-J. Risbey 885-2109. ���  ^330-tfn  CAT AVAILABLE  Land clearing, excavations, etc.  Phone 885-9785 after 6 p.m, ���_ ._  ���       .      10876>8  Your pictures framed and  mounted from Artistic Woodwork stock. Needlework ^a  specialty. Ponderosa- Pines  Trailer Park, Wilson Creek, 885-  9573. 10879-15  COMMUNITY  Service-  Sunshine iobplacement. See ad  Page B-l.PHone 883-7370. 10883-7  HELP WANTED  * FRUIT tree pruning. It's good  investment, free estimates call  Evergreen Landscaping 886-  7244. 10888-9  "COMMUNITY Service ��� Sunshine job placement. See ad  Page B-l. Phone 883-7370. 10882-7  LIVESTOCK  2 HORSE trailer-for rent. "Cunningham's. Phone 885-9927 3340-  tfn *  ������a   CERTIFIED    Farrier,    Hans ,  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 885-3450  994-tfn  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  We are on Pratt Road,1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE 886-7527  .. 10664-tf  FEEDER  and   butcher   hogs,  Jersey Heifer in calf. 883-  ������9172. 10860-8  SWIFT Feeds - H. Jacobson,  Swift Dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone.885-9369.,;Chicken  feeds, Horse feetif Hog lied',  Cattle feed. Hay and other feeds  by order. 258-tfn   '-<���:,��� ' jfij���.'" '  Laying hens, $2.50each or $24 per   ^fry, toW^mbt i  H ,.   ., ,  * YOUNG weaneY pigs's!f6r salevx'^r- Langdale. 79'xi35', water'and  ��������   Phone885-2901;   '��� ���i"hu;i0902i9' Iipnwer. |14;500(with;$7,000dowiv  ,* ���   ���   '���;���:   ,.,   mi-iiK-;  ,',: Yffirtt.at9pefwent*.921-9175or298-  ���CHICKS-Dual ,;, purgpso.    . vi i?$��v   ': una pins* >        10821-7  of     Jhonks,  Marriage  A Engagement notieesare $5.00 (up to  .14 lines) and 50c per line after that..  Hour Words; per line.  Birthj. Notices, Corning Events take  tegular classified rates._  Ad-Briefs   must  be   paid  for  in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m. .  . "'Siibseripiion Rates: ."&  By Mail: -~.f ���.  LocoUArco -r���.���jL1..:$7.06 yr.  Outside Local Area ,...$fl.00 yr.  OS.A. ���_,: $10.00yr.  Overseas  . ~...S1 1.00 v*.  .���.1.$6.00   _I.15c  Senior Citizens;  Local Area  Single Copies ���  "In the event of a typographical error advertising goods or services, at  a wrong price, goods or services may hot be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is jnerely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���-(Supreme Court, decision). Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the, event;of typographical error, that  portion of the ddvertisinj)-spoceAbccijpied\j^;;the^.en6riepus item, together  with reasonable allowance''-for'signature/.rWi.lt'ppt be charged for, but the  balance of the advertisement will be paid fbr'at;the applicable rate.  A composition charge is mode for ddvei^isjhg accepted and piit into  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to'customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.        '.   '.   ���   -  Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing iri the edition Of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.-  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or, offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in writing, from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in law-      '  .    ���  REAL ESTATE  SUITES  TO  rent.   Heat   and  cabtevision incl.  Reasonable  rents. Phone 886-7836.      1425-tfn    "S-Y  NEAR  new   3  BR  home   on  waterfront lot. $250 mon. year  found. 886-2935. 10873-8  , *    SECHELT���2\bedroom all elec.  .house, $210. Phone  885-9219.  JMdge and st^eincl.     , 10884-9  2 BEDROOM.furnishedhome on  waterfront,/' Roberts    Creek  area until June 30. Ref. required.  No petsl 885-9286. 10885-7  REAL ESTATE  SELMA Park ���  1  bedroom  cottage, renovated, large lot.  $23,000. Phone 885-9039. Offers.  10773-6  BY OWNER  3 bedroom.p separate .' dining  room, full basement, deluxe  home.      Choice ���    view     lot  overlooking Sechelt Inlet, convenient to the arena and Village  < ofrSecheltt'Manyfeatures. Phone-  885-2984 or  885-9851  ���II,��� ���     n^\ iliv.' .���,.        10899-tfn  ALCOHOLICS  meetings 8:30 p.m. Thursdays,  Wilson. Creek Community, Hall.  Phone 885-3394 and 886-2966. In'  Madeira Park meetings Wednesday at 8:30 p.m, in the  Community Hall. 10551-tf.  PHOTOGRAPHS   published   in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at The  Times office. 1473-tf  WORK WANTED  NEED a carpenter. Call Bob  LCrlchton. 883-2312,       1365-tfn  HOME  repair  service, ��� wood,  brick   or   stono.   Also   light  clearlng.,886-2737, 10808-8  FURNACE    installations    and  burner       service,        Free  estimates. Ph. 880-7111.      36-tfn  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and Knrdcn main-  tonaoco, rubbish removal, tree  cutting, etc, Frco estimates,  Gibsons to SochoU. Phono Norm  800-0503. S      10200-tfn  dkllLD to suit, prefab houses,  1 erections ami renovations. 885*  WHovcfl, 10031-tf  Paymaster (Rhode .Island Red  ���oss), White Leghorns,..White   -a., ..,,,..  Annonyriious    Rocks. Ship anywhereJ, Napier      have trailer''space available  .Cross), White Leghorns, White   /AYERS Mobile' Hbme Park, we  R/v��lr��j    -fitiiri   onim.hai./.'' Krn~J-.-"l':,,i' Wave   trailbf;,!criai>a   availoMa'  Hatchery, 22470 64th Ave!, R.R. 7  Langley, 534-45268. ,>   .    10907-tfn  FOR RENT  CENTRAL    Gibsons,    former  school board offices,! above  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366  . '; 746-tfn   L  ���       ���   !���  HALL for Rent. Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.   'Contact  Marg Pearson 885-2337,  3246-tfn  REDROOFFS area-Modern  2  bedroom home.unfurn. $200.  Immed. occup. 885-9007.    10890-9  TWO bedroom unfurn., heat  included, central, $165. Three  BR as above plus olec. stove, W-  W and drapes, $180, Ono BR In  small apt. block, W-W, colored  fixtures, elec. fridge and stovo,  unfurn,, $165. Newly-furnished  bachelor suite, W-W, fridge and  stovo, suite, one or two adults,  $200. Phono 000-2410 or'880-7029  evenings. 10889-7  WO view cottages, Gower Pt,  Road. 1 bdr,, $128; 2 bdr, $130,  Fridge, stovo, partially furn.,  responsible ndults only, 870-0507,  0 to 9 p.m. or 800-9147.       10080-7  Phone 885-2375-  10777-tfn  <~T-  ���LOT 7, Radcliffe. Rd., terrific  view, serviced, Phone 885-9365  oir 526-7359. 10830-7  PERFECT building sight, Selma  Park, Harvjes Rd��� 104*xll4' ���  lot, Fully serviced, $14,500. 885-  2634. , ; ��� 10827-7  ON FHl Rd., DaVis Bay. view lot  -i No. 9. 73x110': partially treed,  all,services, reduced to $11,8000,  until end of Dec. one third down.  Sign on. 885-9630. 10844-7  ';.   '  ' ' -       -���      -   ,  NEV^HOME  3 bedroom full basement homo,  has double plumbing, attached  carport and sun deck. .Close In  Sechelt location.1  Contact owner  885-9851  10900-tfn  LANGDALE���Large corner lot  overlooking    Howe    Sound.  Asking   $14,500  cash   or   best  ,��ffer: 886-9961. J- 10901-9  SECHELT���Small, but .well  planned 2 bedroom house, just  renovated with all new wiring,  plumbing, W-W etc. Elec. heat at  very low operating cost. 1%  blocks from shopping plaza in  ^ViUage. Lotvis 62'xl22' with all  utilities in lane behind; wide  pleasant street in front. Sale by  owner at $22,900. Phone 885-  9859. ;*   10906-7  CARS & TRUCKS  CARS  1974 Pinto Deluxe 2 dr., 4 cyl.,  4  spd., radio, low miles. FP $2750.  1973 VW Beetle, one owner, radio,  4 spd., FP $2M5.  Boh  23' Spencer Craft J 273 Chrysler  'Super Bee' V-8 I.O., long range  ���cruising  capacity.  On.display  ���now, the 'Sundancer' FP $6995.  TRUCKS  1965 Chev % ton 6 cyl., 3 spd., HD  bumper,     post     trac,     WC  mirrors. FP $650.  1967 Ford F - 250 % ton PU 360 V-  8, 4 spd. trans., good tires. FP  $1495.'    ���  1969 Ford F Ranger PU 360 V-  8,. auto., radio, OW canopy,  runs nice. FP $2195.  ONTHESPOT  ���BANK FINANCING!  CGPPINGS'CAR TOWN  Sechelt -885-2204  DL5520  7  1971 CHEV pickup 350, V-8 % ton,  .auto, PS & PB, stereo H-D  susp., boxside rails, hitch, etc. A-  1 cond.. $2995. Phone 885-2439.  ���������',    ',   -' 10848-tfn  1965 GMC % ton truck. 4 spd.,  H.D. split rims and truck tires,  tape deck, with or without 8f  partly finished camper. $1500.  883-9140. 10859-8  1961TRAVELALL, rust damage,  needs   A   frame,   otherwise  excellent running condition. $200  as Is. 885-9054. 10881-7  1966 FORD  Mustang,   4   spd.  trans., 289 V-0, Must be seen.  Offers. 880-9805. 10903-9  GENERAL    handyman.    Car-   MEN'S   single   room,    house  pontry,   pnlntlng   and   light      keeping facilities, WF., Selma  hnurmR. Ph. ��n(J-O5l0 ���   2205-tfn" Park,>7(Trhonth. Bn5:953a. 10904-7  ��� i  STORE AND ADJOINING HOUSE FOrVtEAS1  Vacant store building with equipment, and adjoin-  Ing houao for loaso In Madalra Park. Sltuatocl on  Madeira Park Roqd, across from shopping centre  Good location for store or 'of fIco, $450 por month,  i (oYlii  * a # ��,  REALTY UD,  Madeira Park, 6.C,      Ph, Ponclor Harbour 003^233  . CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  .NOTARY PUBLIC,,AND APPRAISAL'S  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2481  20 ocro& on Mason Rd,, Sechojt, Portly cioQrocj.smail cabin, spring  woll ln-o��col|cnt proporty, Ono of Socholta boat acroago ouya at  '   ,     $63,000,  1        >������- ��� ������*���������������������*�����  7 acres Pratt Rd, Small house. Ideal for the hobby farmer, serviced,  $36,000.  Wharf R<l��� Lanpdalo, 70��193'  lot nlcoly cleared, Some view,  Good Value o| $12,500,  DovH Day,-largo lot norvlcod, $H,000 with terms,  3 View lots IniGlbsoni Vlllaoo, serviced, close to Government Dock,  Ideal (or the Investor or contractor, Offers to 40,000.    ���   n  3 acres Roberts Creek, view, selectively cleared, Excellent rocrea.  tlon properly, $24,900,  Uchyor Rd, 5 a<!r��t corner prop��rly In orowlna rural area, $23,300,  PWWMI I WnJMllllHIHllMlllH.���WM.WWIMM��  Gower Point Rd,   3 waterfront ���vlew  lots,   100x200',   Serviced,  cleared, $22,000 eoch, Terms availably  Doawood Rd, Nicely finished 2 txlrm, homo, close to shopping,,  ��� Iiloal or starter homiN Attract I veiy juiced at $29,900,   3 acres on North Rd. Good' hwy*. 'frontaao, water on property,  ^Qnly $22,000, . a    ,  Wilson CreeK,  (Irownlna Rd, Fenced serviced lot,, Quiet"'area,  Close to beach, $13,000,  Juo Rd, 0,9 acred,nfteod'owl with cleeh, tbcafed on lower side  ,  of Robem Creek Rd.lt ��,000'(Ttw*<  We have a good selection ol tmlldlnq ond Investment lots Some  ore on good terms, Prices from $7,200,   ; '-vjrv ���'��� '   BOX TOO, MADEIRA PARK, RC.  ONE:     PENDER HARBOUR 883-22331 - T0LW-FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  r��v  '\  I  .<J <-,'  +1     U.    ��'  : li* *�����>..������*,-* *  XSHlasttfitei**  ���rfra,tt  s BARGAIN HARBOUR HOME  Comfortable 2 BR furnished home, partial basement, on landscaped  & fenced lot. Just steps to beach, low taxes. $42,000.  HOME7AND APPROX. 5. ACRES ~  Located on hwy.  10.1 , at Middle -Point. 2BR home, oil furnace,  separatft.garage and .workshop. $35,000.  1.  _^;';'(lots '   r  BARGAIN HARBdllR-^-appi-ox. 1 acre, nicely treed and secluded. 35'xlO' ope'BR mobile home. Immediate possession.  $35,000.       .-.. -v^ '-'    "- ���  J  2. NARROWS ROAD',- 'good' building  lots near Madeira Pork,  $9,000 to 11,000. ���,-.-,,        ���  3. GARDEN BAY ESTATES - serviced lots, some with view. In  this'area of fine homes. $5,900 to $11,900.  4. MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 serviced lots, $9,800 and  ,-- $10,000;��� zr~-r:rr=^Trfi :...,. ���...-..���., \ ..,.,....,    5. NARROWS ROAD - approx. % acre level land, excellent view,  $29,500.  6. MADEIRA PARK - 2 lots suitable for mobile home. $7,500  and $22,000.  7. MADEIRA PARK ROAD - building lot, close to school, stores,  gov't wharf and post'office, $9,500.  8. MADEIRA PARK, 2: cpr/iirriercial lots - $16,000 and $20,000.  9. GARDEN BAY - serviced yiew lot on Garden Bay;-Road in Garden Bay. Driveway ,iri tjnd level building site clear��d/v$l 1,000.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA'-'Serviceel'^iiWirifl lok ori Rancis Pen-  insula Road. $10,000.  V ft iJs  WATERFRONT HOME ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  117 ft. choice waterfront with 3 BR home built in 1971. 3 bathrooms,   elec.   heat,   fireplace,   sunde<;k   with   sweeping   view   of  harbour.  Partial  basement with  rec .room and carport.  Partially  .     landscaped. $75,000..  SEMI-WATERFRONT VIEW HOME  3  BR - family homg in Garden  Bay - brick fireplace,  sundeck,  carport, full basement. On a level corner lease lot - fully  landscaped, fruit trees. $45,0Q0. ���    -j, ,.  WARNOCK ROAD - FRANCIS PENINSULA  Level acreage with over 600' road frontage (approx, 400' blacktop), 208' deep. Possible 7 lot subdivision. 2 BR Panobode home,  full basement. $70,000. Open to offers. Phone Jack'^loble, res.  883-2701. *      -\  SMALL, WATERFRONT ACREAGE  1. Approx, 2,9 acres of,flat, treed waterfront with approx 175'  of sheltered, low bank shoreline, Westerly exposure. Water and  hydro available, A good buy at $39,900.  2. Approx, 4 acres oh Hwy, 101 near Madeira Park. Approx.  160' waterfront, sheltered moorage, $57,000.  �� '���  "' i' ' ,  DOUBLE WIDE HOME-MADEIRA PARK  Fully furnished 3  BR double wide mobile home, 22'x56', new  1972, on  permanent. foundation. Living  room,  kitchen,  2 full  balt%oms,  oil   furnace,   washer,  dryer,  fridge and  dishwasher.  Largc-Jovel lot with lawn & vegetable garden, $37,000,  , ������   ,n ;   FRANCIS PENINSULA  Approx, 37 acres, partially developed with approx, 3,900' of prim-  ' ary, road constructed! possible 56 lot subdivision, $150,000,  WATERFRONT HOME  . GERRANS BAY ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  133 ft, choice, deep, sheltered waterfront with 2 BR home,  1 VSs  baths, brick flroplaco, full basoniont with rumpus room and pool  table carport and sundeck, ramp and float, Washer, dryer, freoster,  rongo, frldao ana dlshwashor Included, $77,000,  WATERFRONT HOME ��� MADEIRA PARK  Furnished ono BR homo, approx, 814 sq. ft,, on small 52' sheltered  waterfront lot. Lpwcr floor unfinished - room for 2 addltlonol BR'��.  Larno sundeck, Closo to school and shopping contra - low taxes.  $45,000.  MIDDLE POINT ACREAGE  19,9 acres of nlqoly (rood property on Hwy, 101, with furnished  ono BR cottage ��� 2 pee, bathroom and sundeck. $42,000,  GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Fully furnished 2 BR homo with good view, partial basoment,  double carport, largo covered sundeck, shaa carpet and stone flro-  ���~'r)|acorPli'is''"Woshor,'l''rl(Vorr'rong'o and fridge, Loco|od"on choice"  corner view lot, southern oxposuro, good garden and convonlohtly  locatod to storos and P.O, $57,500,  VIEW HOME ��� MADEIRA PARK  Atlracllvo full basement homo, built August 1972, Approx,  1,2011 ��q, ft. with 3 DR's, master PR onsulto, Carport and large  covered sundeck, Situated on largo, partially landscaped lot, Close  to all (Conveniences, $55,000. ,      HOME WITH POOL���HOTEL LAKE  Attractive 3 PR homo with w/w enrpet - ocorn fireplace, ft basement  with  storwrje,' float  shop,   approx,   20'x54,  Situated  on  loio'i  I reed  view   lot,1 beautifully landscaped  with  patios,   f|sh  pool*, Irult troos ond o 22' swlmmlnn pool, $32,000,  QUALITY HOME - GARDEN BAY-ESTATES  Quality built 3 UR, full bnsnment home, built 1974 ��� w/w carpet,  double cdipnit, vniy loroo sundeck, stone flieplnce, Llvlhgroom  .nnd,dlnlnQ,joom,hnvo onOn lioom 1cellinQi,.maMor OR hos full,  nnsulte plumbing, Sltuntml on lombwnterHont view lot, Southont  ��K|HiMiio, $69,300,  10,96 ACRES WITH COTTAGE  |fl,96 ones on Mwy, 101 m-ctr MUldle Point, Nlcoly trewJ properly  with t��e��k Oii,a tv��rr\Ul>��t 2 UR <CM(��e��, $W,00O.  Small resort on approx. 5 acres with__afaQut���152^���waterfront���In  Pender Harbour - access-from Highway 101. Three cottages with  housekeeping^fgcilifies, owners 3 BR home, 4 rental boats, 3  ������ motors, log and styrbfoam floats. $110,000.  READY-MIX CONCRETE BUSINESS & EQUIPMENT  Operating in the Pender Harbour area with two ready-mix trucks^  I dump truck,   1   loader, gravel crushing ond screening  plant,  gravel lease. $118,000.  EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's three bedroom home, restaurant and store (leased but),  Standard   Marine  station,   bait  sales,   floats,   launching   ramp,  8 "rental boats and 7 motors, camper space, room for expansion.  $250,000.  HARBOUR MOTORS  Shell service station on Garden Bay Road with 4-bay garage, store,  auto body repairs and new, large paint shop. Price includes Jand,  buildings, owner's 3 BR residence, some shop equipment owfc3  ton tow truck. Doing a good business, but could easily be increased. $85,000 plus cash for stock in trade.  rop~yoiL~BirsiNESs and equipment -  RUBY LAKE  10 year agreement to remove top soil.  Cat 955 track loader,  Linding soil shredder, 10-10 Lawrence drag line and equipment,  Dodge single axle dump truck. $25,000.      "  RUBY LAKE MOTEL AND RESTAURANT  II modem waterfront units, all electric, in a beautiful setting  on 4.3 acres, approx. 200' waterfront on Ruby Lake and approx.  800' waterfront on Lagoon, Hwy. 101 runs through property.  Float and launching ramp .on Ruby Lake. Also, approx.. 1,200 sq.  ft. licenced restaurant wj|h all equipment. Comfortable 4 BR  home, approx.  1 acre level land with 300' waterfront and 351'  frontage on Hwy. 101. $195,000.  -, C^MMERGIAtrA^REAGE^WlTH^REVENUE-^-  4.4 commercial acres, adjoining new shopping centre in Madeira  Park. Store building, -approx. 3,000 sq. ft., plus 2 houses, all  presently leased. Excellent property for holding or immediate  development. Low taxes. Asking $190,000. Call Jack Noble - res.  7 883-2701. ���'���'���.  5 FISHING CHARTER BUSINESS  Chinook Charters Ltd. at Madeira Park. Three fibreglass boats,  37', 28' 14'-all completely equipped. $121,000.  RE  VIEW HOME ��� REDROOFFS ROAD  4 BR home, approx. 1,538 sq. ft., Roman brick fireplace, built-in  range, oven and dishwasher, basement with 2 car carport, rec  room. Large landscaped view lot with vegetable garden. $65,000.  WATERFRONT LOT ���SUNSHINE BAY  'ApprQ%L43' Waterfront' forloCated^on Truman Road, with the  finest view," building site, serviced with water, hydro, and sewer.  Priced tow for cash $ 16,000. firm.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE���REDROOFFS ROAD  Approx. 3 acres of sloping view property with 209' of waterfront-  age. Panoramic view of Mary Island and the Gulf. Property-in 2  separate lots, one with old house. $100,000. *  LARGE ACREAGE - $1,000.. PER ACRE"  D.L. 239.2,"approx. 160 acres, situated approx. 1V4 miles abovo  Hwy, 101' near Half moon Bay. Access by old logging road, Trails  & roads throughout the property, nicely treed usable land. Outside  land freeze area - possible subdivision site. $160,000.   ���  INAW&RUBY L  ���RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  119' waferfront lot with furnished one BR cottage - living room -  kitchen, bqthroom with shower, acorn fireplace, sundeck, water, M  ���'"* ^ hydro, float; Road access. $32,500.  '   4 BR PANABODE - SAKINAW LAKE  4 BR furnished Panabode.with 1V& bathrooms, sundeck on all  sides, fireplace, 2 boats 8< motors, float, Situated on approx. 24  acres with approx, 1,250, ft, choice lakefront with Westerly exposure and many good building sites. An excellent property for  a private retreat or for a group Investment. $105,000.   i. j '  SAKINAW LAKE  Two furnished waterfront cabins, both with washrooms, on approx,  1���34 acres of nicely treed lease land with approx,  175'  sheltered  lokofront,   12' boat and 6  hp motor,  All  for only  $16,900. V  SUMMER COTTAGE - SAKINAW LAKE  Small furnished summer cottogo with sundeck, on 100' lakefront  lot, Float. Needs somo finishing, $26,500, ADJOINING lakefront  lot, approx. 70' of low bank shoreline, $18,900,  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx,  500'  low bank  lakofront on about 7Ms  acres, nicely  trood, $50,000,  FURNISHED SUMMER HOME & GUEST COTTAGE  SAKINAW LAKE  On 116' doop, sheltered lakefront with float, 3 BR summer home  ��� 1, 197 sq. ft. with 3 piece bathroom, fireplace, large sundeck  on 2 sides, Guest cottage - 396 sq, ft.. 4 boats, boat house, floats,  d|ojo| light plant, Westerly exposure. Water accoss only, $50,000,  EGII0NT-  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx, 1,800' good waterfront with several beaches and bays.  Contains approx, 42 acres, Creek through property, 3 OR furnished  homo, full basement, oil furnoce, Access from Egmont Road,  Excellent marina or resort slto, $173,000,  APPROX, 600' WATERFRONT  Approx,   7  acres  with approx,   600'   waterfront od|olnlng  the  Egmont  Marma,   Povod  Maple  Road   runs  through  properly,  $100,000,  WATiwo^TlSrs       .��.,,,���.  Two od|olnlng lots, eoch with approx, 64* waterfront, Close to  school, post office, store and gov't wharf $16,000, 6V $19,000.  WATE^FfSF^CREAGE  Approx, 375' deep, sheltered water front on npprox, 10 acres of  treed land, Access by troll or water, ���33,090,  ACREAGE ��� LOTS F 8, Q; Mk, A, D,L, 903  Two ndlolnlnu 9 octe blocks, oppio*,  2,600' ftom Hwy,  101,  N*t*ly trtu', ���gf'fMl* sk��i��f, KH��th*m iMposur*  $45,000 twK  MCK NOULE  Rc��, 1103.2701  OLLI or JTAN SLAIUY  Rf����, 003-2233  PAN WILtiY  R��*( (103.9149 CARS & TRUCKS  MACHINERY  MOBILE HOMES  MOBILE HOMES  FOR SALE  FOR SALE  r  FOR SALE  WANTED TO BUY  1964  FORD. Custom,  nearest offer. Phone  $300  or  885-2853.  10905-7  BOATS & ENGINES  1974 K&C Thefmaglass, 50 H.P.  -LrJ.-Road Runner. 886-  -3725= : 10013-7-  MOTORCYCLES  TRIUMPH Tiger 750 Twin, 3,000  <- miles. Phone 884-5311 after 4:30  m. 10909-7  MORGAGES  NEED MONEY?  'Mortgages  Arranged  Bought  Sold  FOR SALE Construction  Machinery, Used John Deere  Rubber tired loader, Model JD-  644 with 3 cu. yard bucket.; Used  Allis Chalmers rubber tired  loader, Model 645, including 3 cu.  yard'bucket with, grapple, ex.  condition*:. Used Alfis Chalmers  -Model-745f4 curyard rubber "tired-  loader, ex. condition with Weldco  Model 25 grapple:Used Cat D-8-  H, Ser. No. 46A20923 including  ripper and full IWblade withftilt.'  Phone Wayne Sylvester, Days-  8794221, Eves. 274-2656.    10855-7  BUSINESS -OPPORTUNITY  BACKHOE Business���Illness  forces sale of 1972 Long 5-N-l  Backhoe. Well maintained and in  excellent mechanical condition.  1500 original hours. 1 yrd. Q.D.  Front Loader converts to crane,  or Fork Lift, 1-12" and 1-24"  bucket. All weather cab with  .. COAST HOMES , :  PRESENTS THE 1975  MODULINE HOMES  NEONEXHOMES  THEY ARE HERE NOW!  ���12x60 Imperial 2 br.  ���12x60 Premier 2 br. *  ^12x60-Estate-IV -2-bn   . with front den  -12x68 Estate IV 3 br.  with front LR  FREE!  ���12x68 Estate LLL 3 br.  ^ with front LR  ��� ��� 12x68 Premier 3 br.  ���12x60. Premier 2 br.  ALL UNITS EN STOCK!  MORE TO CHOOSE FROM  ON ORDER  68' AMBASSADOR  TIL END OP JANUARY\  1975,19" Portable Westinghouse  color TV in each unit   -���=.-  PRICES WILLNEVERBE  LOWER  ���on the spot financing  ������pad-space available,  COAST HOMES  ���   Bow 966, Sechelt  885-2204  -k DL5520  2 ��� 80 GAL. propane tanks, brand.,  new propane fired household  dryer;   near  new  3 kilowatt  Peters diesel light plant. 888-  r7338. , 10744-tf  ARBORITE   coffee' table,   2  drawers, ex. cond. $30. 885-  19974.        10858-7-  LEGAL NOTICES  �� l^irst -Second - Third-  '   <:    SUMMER COTTAGE  'i * S AND BUILDING LOAtiS  RE ADILY AVAILABLE  %  lACAfol AN MORTGAGE  .?"       CORPLTD.,  12'xi  Deluxe, 3 bedrooms,-2. baths.  raised living room, electrical  ���* ncaui t      ���  ���llu    fireplace,   washer   and  dryer,  -heaterf-ready���to-go-with-or���Soa*?$k ^SSffL. A ^mTT^   without-work.$14,500rPhone-885- 24!_xJ81STATESMAN   2439. 10326-tfn    3  bdrm,   separate  DR,   shag  ^        carpeting throughout Avocado  built-in dishwasher; deluxe  range: 2 dr frost free fridge; fully  furnished & tastefully decorated.  On , view at Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park...'  FORM No. 1  LAND ACT  LOST  2438 Marine Drive  West Van.  926-3256  8909-tfh  Sechelt area���1 pair horn rimmed glasses in brown pocket  pouch. 885-2692.    10886-7  2 RINGS vicinity of St. Mary's  Hospital. Keepsdkes. Reward;  Box 10680, Peninsula.^        . j.  Times. 10871-5  (ON HIGHWAY  REALTY LTD.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE  ~^TEND^RTflARBOOR- ^GMONT - EARL, COVE  Beautiful 4 bedroom home fwith den on Ruby Lake. Built 1974,  and has many unique features. Carpeted throughout. Has carport  plus large workshop and private float. On Hydro. Full price  $75,000, with %-down.  BRAND NEW HOME���1120 sq. ft., 2 BRs and den, half basement.' Magnificent view of harbor.' Sunny southern exposure. An  (excellent buy at$45,000.  J j:     , i       ' .    ,. ��� ������������������  GIBSONS RADIO CABS���This. 3 car operation shows an excellent  return - Meal for partnership. Just $40,000 F.P. with terms.  JVATERFJiQNT_^~_About  ; opproxV ^1/3 acre lot;  3$29,5QQ, .  lOOrfbot frontage  in  Bargain' Boy,  Level top, on road, power and water. F.P.  LARGE HOUSE with view on over  property at Kleindale. $40,000.  3 acres on valuable comer  1960 Detroiter 10'x46', 2 B.R.  partly furnished.  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  886-9826  __!_; 10734-tf  1973  CHANCELLOR   12x48't  2  BR., set up in Ayers Trailer  Park, $9500 O.B.O. 886-2284 or  885-9798. 10842-7  DOUBLE WTDES  ~Delivered~and~set~up on' your  property, guaranteed to be,  accepted by municipality. Non-  basement and full basement  foundation plans supplied. Also-  large selection of twelve wides.  For further information  CaUCoUect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kingsway,  Burnaby  Member of the Western Mobile  Home Assoc. ,  __���      M.D.L. 25012'  8917-tfn  -NOTICE OF INTENTION TO,  APPLY F0RA"D1SP0SITI0N/  OF CROWN LAND        j  In Land Recording District of'  Vancouver- and  situated '" at  Jervis Inlet.    '-    -       ,,'    I  Take .notice that British  Columbia Forest Products  Limited' of 1050 West PendeF  Street, Vancouver, B.C. occupation forest products company, intends to apply for a lease  of the following described lands;  Lot .J740,  "Group   1,   New  Westminster    District,    and  containing 9.64 acres, more or  less.        v J  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is log  storage.  Brjtisn Columbia  j_  Forest' Products Limited    ,  per:  F.A'. Armstrong, i  Property Manager' j  Dated November 28,1974.     i  10898-pub, January 8 and 15,19751.  FOR SALE '  ���������  t  1   WOOD   and   coal   garbage  burner, $75 complete. Good  condition. Phone 885-2098-. 10890-7  DRY alder cut to length, split and  delivered, $30 truck load. 885-  3184.  SARGENTS BAY-iBeautiful waterfront view lot with easy access  to sand and.pebble beach. Over one acre of land., Offers to  ";���'"*'" ������--���:;:���,������_     ���       $20,000 cash,  WOODS BAY'AREA���Apprpx. 3.5 acres with 370* of waterfront  and a spectacular view over the straits. This property suitable for  many thing's arid'a good buy at $40,000 wih only $15,000 down  an balance at 9 per cent.  PHONE 883-2*94  Breen  883-9978  Jock Hsmton  883-2745  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ���JIKJ>1   ,,[.,...  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-9121  ������member of  multiple listing  ������ .service;  f?Vi',ir;3   i.'.')  BOX-769, SECHELT, B.CL  R&L  PHONE 885-2241  WATERFRONT;  DAVIS BAY AND AREA  ���   SELMA PARK - WATERFRONT REVENUE  _4 serhi-furnished���suites. rlght_qri_the^beach.jSteady_yeorri  " eplaces, auto, hot water,  shins and boating. Walk-  revenue.. $365.00 per month. Stone fireplaces, auto.  Ideal for. semi-retired person who likes fishing and boating. yvaiK-  -������-������      Lease. F,P. $31,000. Some  Ing distance to Sechelt.  Dominion  ���       terms. Call Jack Anderson.  TWO WATERFRONT LOTS   ,  Close to new ice arena. In one of the nicest new areas to open  up on the Sunshine Coast, Power] & telephone are underground and  water system Is In. Previous lots In this area sold very fast. F.P,  $18,000ieoch. Call Davo Roberts.  SECHELT AND AREA  ���     ,   TWO VIEW LOTS  No steep hills to climb to reach those exceptional lots, Terrific  ylew of Sechelt Inlet ond Coast mountains.  Close to new Ice  arena and excellent public beach and boat launch access. Only  $10,000 each. Call Davo Roberts*  Only $3,000 down, Large lot! In the Village. Clearod ancjLJavel.'  Ready to build on, 93' frontage, $12,500 or offers. Call Ed Baker.  .   ' ��� ft"*    r.  VILLAGE LOT  ' se to beach   '  unique lot,  Anderson.  100'x250' serviced lot close to beach. Driveway and culvert Installed, Many trees on a unique lot, F.P. .$1.  ' rjac  500, Call, Stan  Level*lot,  nicely trood^ Hbndy4*location In West Sechelt Near  school, trailers permitted, R2 xoned. F,P. $8,900,00. Call Len  or Suzanne Van Egmortd, ,   '    ,  THRIVING BUSINESS '    '!'"  This grocory store makes o nice profit as well as pMpa\dyen/1.,)i,,y ��� _ .. . ;  good wage- to tho owner. Good working hours * 1,| (a.*hjttq I Qi>,rrW, ��� f'f.��, ��"��."'  F.P, $ 16,850,00, Call Stan Ande^pnyH^* H�� '' i   ' 80lU E,ectrl  SELMA PARK     s  Home and two cottages, $29,500.00. Live In one, let the other  two~pay"tho-expensesr-Property-lncludes-three lots' with  150'  highway  frontage.   Good   property.; Consider  the   value.   Call"  ,      Dpve Roberts.  SELMA PARK '  View lot, fu|ly serviced, beautifully treed. .46 Of an acre, F.P.  $16,000, Coll Doug Joyce.  ��� v.   DAVIS BAY! f/v  70'xl22' view lot, treed ,easy building site. The best buy around.  F.P. $9,500.00. Call Stan Anderson,  2 bedroorri'near now home oh large view property 100'^220' with  subdivision possibility, W-W carpets ,!oads of cabinets In large  kitchen .and dining jqrea, > Heatilator fireplace, Minor finishing  required: FP |39,000 with terms., Call Jock Anderson,  v,... '    $31,500 FULL PRICE  3 Bedroom view home In Wilson Creek. Carport and sundeck.  Double windows, full basement, roughed-ln: double plumbing. Finished on; outside, Heating ond all Interior doors Included, Move  , In and finish yourself, Call Jack Anderson.  DAVIS BAY  Built only 6 years, on Laurel Road, Panordmlc view. 3 bedroom  fully developed basement, with rec room, extra s plumbing and  bedroom,  2 fireplace's, sundeck, Asking  $54,000 with offers,  Call Ed Baker.      ,' '   1180 SQ. FJ, HOME'   vrr'Vv^'V^  Rlaht In tho village and close to schools and shops,, This 3 bed.  ,  room fill basement homo has to be a good buy. Drive In carport  - ;�� all covered, Electric heat and fully carporodr^'flreplacesr^r'*"*  ' F,P' W'900'Ca"Ston Anderfehf .        '"'  PORPOISE BAY VIEW HOME     *"'"''  Just past now Ico Arena, 1296 sq, ft,, w/*w ruos throughout, at-  Ifactlvo corner fireplace,  Two comploto bathrooms,  full basement, panoramic vleivy from living room kitchen, master bedroom  and nundock,   Priced at   $34,500,   Make your offer.  Call   Ed  ���   Pokerw ^ ; ,,     '    ^  WEST SECHELT    '  View lot In good residential area. Some trees, all services ore  avn|lob|o, Owner muit soil, F.f1. 110,000, Call Stan Andor��on,,  NEW  $30,000,br offers, Attractive 2 bedroom rancher, Walking dlit-  anco to o|,l convpnlonces within,.Sccholt village. Ideal starter or  retirement home, Attractive corner fireplace, w/Vvi throughout, carport, etc, For more Information cajl Ed Baker,,  ,mWi,M|���.iiw..��^|l.wiir��WWMWI���.mW,^iiM mi��i,WFH I nil,  '   ,      SMALL Out COZY  '!    , ' ��� i"  A nlorter home or for retired*, Smoll 2 bedroom rooderh home  In,the VHIoqo of Sechelt, Well maintained and fenced,, F,P,  ;fv  |22,��00, Coll Siifonntt Von Eflmond or Bill Montgomery.  - ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA ���:   ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA.  2 bedroom 3 year old vlow home orV highway, Garden  Electric, heat ��and hot water, Must bosold, $27,500 with  term*, Call Stan Anderson, ���>        /*,  ( 1 ,> ��� mi���mil ��� ���i�����ih|h .in'������������.riii,.*..^      ( '    i  ] ,9 of an acre, heavily treed with a year round creek. F.P, $11,500,  ''" Call Doug Joyce,  Nice gothlc arch home and a view at tho end of Crowe Road In  Robert* Creok, Only $29,900, Call Bill Montgomery,  LANGDALE VIEW HOMeT ''  Contemporary 3 bedroom home, oil cedar llfetlmo exterior sfdlno,  En-Suite plumbing, unique design, Carport, Large lot, very close to  schools, F.P, $53,900, Coll Ston Anderson or Bill Montgomery.  SALT SPRING ISLANQ   ,  15,90 acres on beautiful Salt Spring Jiland, BulldlnR site with  view of Active Pass, Enough timber to build your own log cobln,  FP, $35,000.00, Call BUI Montgomery,  '    BETTER THAN NEW  Just outside Gibsons, 12x55' mobile home on 95x157* lot, Tall  evergreens, lawn,And garden ore,th�� ����ttlno tor this beautifully  maintained home, Financing Is no problem as our owner will  carry, F,P( $25,000, Call Doug Joyce,  BQ'xl20  TUWANEK  0*, serviced  lot,  easy walking distance, to  iwlmtnlrto. Lot li treed Call Doug Joyce,  Morlnq ond���  l>ctve RotWrts  Cve��, Phono Ott^-2973  Sinn And��nor\  lve��. ��'Kon�� fi^tk.?3$��  Jock Andsrsor  t'ertior Susonne Von Eompncl  Ives, fhorwi B03����fll3  Doug Joyce  , i\ iwug Joy<  VANCOUVER DIRECT UINK 6(|5-5344  SEE US AT OUR OPPICB ACROSS FROM Ttf6 SGCHaT BUS DEPOT  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  OJII .r/onfaomery'  Eves; flQ6.2a0d  Id Doker  tvei. fhone 6612(1141  DIRECT from the farm Gov't  Inspected grain fed Hereford  beef sides, 93c lb. cut, wrapped  and frozen. 112-7P4-7m    10849-8  PORTABLE mini drier, Ken-  more, like new, 8145. Also 2  walkie-talkies,    nearly    new,  $10.50.685-2321,        ' ,10857-8  USED equipment-1 'jpropane*  . fired boiler, 1 propane fired No.  40 W.H.; 1 oil tired commercial  boiler, 1 oil fired domestic burner. Phone 885-9007.    '    10897-9'  ��USED manual typewriter in good,  working order. Phone ,885-3231  days or 8884358 eves.      10886-tf  WANTED  ALDER firewood, cut to order,   4 BURNER electric range, ex-  $30 cord. Pickup or delivery. '    cellent cond., S60. 8834151 or  886-7677. '    10861-8    883-2498. ,    108724  FIRE place alder ��� A'pile 4 ft.  high x 8 ft. long and cut to  specified length max., 20 inch~  Fraction of a cord only $25  delivered, Sechelt area.*-Phone  885-2325. ,  10770-tfn  anted. Let us give you  an estimate. All species.;D,& O  -LogSorting-LtdTr886-7896 or-836-  7700. 10895-tfn  Fitness. In >wir heart you know it's ri^ht.  Jt     '  S*  -   "V  S  o  \  -t��  i^  u  V^-.  'V.  ��� j*"- -^ _��� ** -^  *~     -"  \HL  ��� 7.   %'::  Sechelt News Notes  J Yd  i.'f-i ( v��\  ���fey Pc^uy .Connor  ���ii!S iiKS'Ui 9!U OJ iiVl>p.t  Snow Queen Margaret Connor and.Snow >, Ito&Regin^  Fairy Michelle Grognet, wearing costumes  used mtiie Halfmoon Bay School play, gave  out gifts at the combination birthday and  Christmas party at St Mary's extended care  ohDecember'U; .^J: l: -   .':%n^X:  Roy Marshaljwas celebrating hlsbl^thdpy  and enjoyed music by Mary, Connor on her  ", guitar; an accordian, number by/ Sharon'  MaeKay and the "talents of the"Murphy  family singing carols.' ���������'-������'������; ���:.;;:':"'7'.,i,V';'  The party was spbnsoi^ by me Itolfmopn,  Bay Hospital Auxiliary; and those attending  to help provide a special good time were,  Grace Rutherford, Olive Comyh, Cheryl  .Grognet, Irene Mercer, Sue Beaven and Jean :  Mercer. An extra thank you goes to the rest  of the Mercer gang fori all the help,  ;  Miss Lillian Peterp Is looking for any hews  Items 'concerning th^1 old hospital at Pender  ' Harbour. Any such items tan be left at the  desk at St. Mary's Hospital,  Jerrie Lou Wickwlr^AwiU;be handling the  Sechelt News Notes for^anuary. Any items  may be phoned in to^ft^at 885^750.        :  Recent guests drMh,, and Mrs. Howard  Pratt, 1247 Dolphin Street in the Village have  been Mrs. Pratt's sister; Mml Leslie W.  Alexander who resides In Wiflowdale, Ontario. Mrs, Alexander was returning the visit  Mrs. Pratt had with her family In Toronto  last June. ,  Miss Lynette G, Croydon, niece, was a  weekend house guest from Vancouver here to  attend the Pratt-Hogue wedding ceremony  last week.  Mr, and Mrs. Donpvon, phlllips-Watts,  sister and brother-in-law, Burnaby, also  visited our village, guests of Cody Court  Motol, tho weekend of December 14th. Mrs.  Watta with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr.  and Mrs, John Adams motored oyer Monday  to spend tho afternoon and dinner hour with  Howard and Evolyn. r ,  In Into Autumn overnight guests Included  Mr. and Mrs. Pratt will have as their  guests on Boxing Day, Mr. and Mrs. Watts  who will join the famUy on the occasion of  Mr. Pratt's~birthday. :.^^:^ wktoticiM.,;..  ,;'f \ Vip| apitwlW village,.^^l^at^s"  . sister^ ^jargaret -^exander n^de; several:  purchase in several stores and remarked  h^w'cheeryi^^ frie/n^ and courteous mer-  cnantsandmeirs^weretohet^maklhglt  a pleasant outing for heir. jSh^^d phe^and;  her husband would like very much to reside  on the Sunshine Coast Peninsula liking our  style of life here, but the draw of grand-  childreri being W nearby Aurora holds them  ! ta'theie^^  Alexander will be motoring back to visit here  in June. .,.     -\- ..'V-;^ ���.^���'.������'.-^.���y ,���������<;< ���'������". ���  ;euz^etman^ .'.'    -'''I.')���'���'/���.':  This year the Barria Redman family  spent Christmas in the Elizabethan manner  at the Empress Hotel, in Victoria. Beside  visiting old friends in the city, they, enjoyed  five days of carolling, instrumental concerts,  the sumptuous feasts of Christmas treats,  and the annual Yule Log and Boars Head  ceremonies. It was an unforgettable  Christmas and one they heartily recommend  to lovers of tradition.  Their vacation ended with a stay at the  ;t Wickininnish Inn on the beautiful West Coast  " of Vancouver Island.  HELICOPTER SKIING is the ultimate  option'lor JWhistlef Mountain skiers, 75.  miles north of Vancouver. Ski season  starts therei with early bird lessons in  September and the ski season gets  .^underway Lot late November. It ends^in  the spring with the Spring Carnivaland  Freestyle Contest.  '_���'������ Canada Government Photo  ���;'�����'���  ��dtj^|igiityi  m straits  < < K  III  Police are investigating the reported  sighting of a body Dec, 24 in tjie Straits of  Georgia off ^ail Island.; ���;!::;.'...'''.... ?  ^Harry Smith, a resident of the island, told  RCMP he was crossing th^ strait in his boat  when he spotted what appeared to be a body  floating near the vessel.  He shouted, but received no reply, police  told The Times, ,and, because of nine-foot  rollers, Smith was unable to come1 alongside.  i Smith described the body as being that of  ���a white male with dark hair,' slight,built,  approximately 5 ft. 8 ins. tall and wearing a  blue floater coat and jeans.  Following the sighting, police searched  the area from an aircraft, but without success.    ���'    ,. ....... |   .^'���:  Anyone who can help tho police with their  investigation of the sighting should contact  the Sechelt RCMP detachment.  aoloiicil Iciws wast��, ol tim0  "Regional district bylaws nro a waste of  time," Director Harry, Almond told tho board  recently, "If they can't be enforced."  Director Almond; sitting at his last board  meeting, said, "What's tho use of having  bylaws If,they can't bo enforced?"  Ho wan reacting to Building Inspector F,  Mrs, PrnU's sis^  WIWMrtyiiWWWm^WBMIIWW^J^  HELP WANTED  Clerlcdl opening* are available with our Hows Sound Pulp  dlvlniort, Outlet Include a variety of cony typim) ond c|erlco|  a��ilflnm��>nti, Quallflcotlorii Include accurate typlno ipted Of 50  to 60 wordi per minute, manual Or eltctrla typovyrlter, Pr*  vloui office eMperlence deilrable, Comr����t!t|ve (tortlno wlary  with complete range of benefIti ovolloble, Applicant! ihould  reply in wrltlno Includlna full r*wmi and worh hlMory,  Inrlvtatrlol Relatloni, Departmtnt,  Cqnacllna Fowt Prwlwct* UmUGci4  Howe Sound Pulp PIyIsIq(%  Port Mellon, IVQ  "n*����r��^^Ti  ITTWTW^^T?'  the fines handed down to persons who bronk  regional district bylaws.     - ���|,,:J  Reyburn submitted a clipping* from m  Delta newspaper stating Jho rnuniclpallty, of  Delta was requesting higher fines for persons  breaking municipal bylaws,       <  In Delta bylaw breaker? rccoivo a f2B  flno.      ',   ^.-.^ (      , ^ ._ ,_,, "I ���   :���.,...,.._  Roy hWh'noiiod^ 'thisTegibfrnl'dlstrlcrfs  confronted witli the somo problem. Of tho  four or five prosecutions cpnciudod horp, not  ono fine oxcccdc,d $25, in my opinion n f28  flno is not a deterrent,"  Folic�� check  L 200 drivers  In tholr nnnwtil crackdown on Impaired  driving, police chocked 1,200 vehicles at  roadblocks sot up thwidiout tho fiunnhlno  Count over \\w lio1Uloyn��  CUtwionH RCMP report ihitt three v\mnm  of Impaired drlvlnji wore, laid as n result of  tt\0ip vomoio "rtwKn;ow w<t�� ~\mm "$w  hovtr wipvmNt 'AuoH��ttwr. ttw iMtywm  (toMttfuwnt ��U>ppwl W5 vvhMeii    ���  voHlgly��i, Otto tkWvr ww vmm\ wlUv i��u-  pwtr^t drivtttfjurtd tottr rtnd thftr iiconeo-t  \\\ wlm\\ ih��Uw m N��w w\\\\  rwponw fv<UH u\pU��cW���� lo \\w\x w\\1\\\w k ��� ��� J* ��  <  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  tatgm  Wednesday, January 8,' 1975  TriE Peninsula^^  Don Morberg, Managing Editor  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian of  -evejy-~other--^Fight~that-t-free���men^-paze.'L  Winston Churchill  BMMHtrrilll.'lHlllM MB  The t regional iiieFea��e  ��     ��  * When regional board directors were  called upon to vote themselves a $25 v  increase in the^amount that were to be  paid per meeting, Director Harry ^  Almond abstained saying he did not feel  he had the right to make the decision.  After looking at the reaction to the  ception of Dennis Shuttleworth, an  alternate director, voted for their pay  increase and in doing so are prepared to  field any complaints, criticism, or  disparaging comments. '"' ~'_  We think the board has learned a  lesson here. The increase was not a good  vote, we feel Director Almond was  wrong. Perhaps he should have been the  only one to vote with ail those who would  receive the benefit of the increase abstaining.  Director Almond has been through  the mill. He's seen the workings of the  board, knows what is demanded of a  director and knows that the $50  honorarium won't be enough to compensate ior the time and energy  demanded..  The^reinam'ihig^ec^rs^were put in  the unfortunate position of haying to  vote for or against giving themselves a  raise. They are ihe opes wto will be  sitting on the board in 1975, not Director  ^AtoojniL_ .   '.   ' :l-::: ''������':'S'     ' .    . '.  He was iri1 an ideal position to vote.  He wasn't voting,ohhis own raise. He  would, technically, be voting as a  member of the general public. He was  the only one in that position.  The other directors, with the ex-  public^relations movej rib more than the  50 per cent increase asked for b^the  members of parliament. ���  Agreed the mathematics of the  regional increase work out to six per  cent per year over the seven years, but  people are only going to think about the  words 'doubled' or 100 per cent increase' when they think about the  board.  Perhaps increases to the directors  should come annually whenjthe budget  is made up if that is feasf6le"under the  Municipal Act. That might be much  easier for the taxpayer to swallow than  an occasional doubling.  Also there is a bright spot about the  directors' actions. .. _.~ _.���. .   More people have been made aware  of the board. Perbaps they will look a  little deeper into the operation of the  board and find out what directors do to  earn their money. More public interest  in the board, can only do good.  The prpyj^  ways says it is relucltant to putjih centre  line reflectors on Highway 101. The  reason they gave the regional board's  committee is that Lower Mainland  roads have priority;  _ What the departmentvof^highways'  terms of reference for priority' are, we  don't know; but. we do know that the 58  mile ribbon of disaster we call Highway  101 needs reflectors desperately.  There are probably not too many  residents who have hot been heading  south on Highway 101 south of Halfimoon  Bay in a rainstorm and seen the yellow  lines disappear in the glare of oncoming  headlights. Another stretch of the high-  ^ way between Sechelt and Gibsons gives  the same phenomenon. The yellow lines  just fade away and ybW lane  anywhere.' Reflectors would tell you  where you were.   '  ��� We would venture that there is a  higher per centage of roads in the lower  mamlahjd which. |ff�� lit by streetlights  than we have here.  The regional board has voted to press  for the installation of the reflectors. We  applaud them and give them-our full  support! The stretch between Halfmoon  Bay and Secret Cove would be a good  place trJ" start seeing as it is to be  reconstructed soon anyway. Eventually  we would like to see the entire highway  done. And tiie sooner the better.  O  MULTI telephone calls come In to my  office. Just before Chrjstmas, , I was  straighteningupisome .things and one of my  regular callers checkedTin,TAfter exchahgihg  season's greetings and all that festive stuff,  he launched into a tirade about the members  of parliament asking for a 50 percent in-v  crease iri pay. ' '  "Do you think it's fair," he asked  rhetorically, "that members of parliament  should get a 50 percent raise when the pensioners got $4 a month raise?"   ,  He didn't'wait for on answer, not that  there would have been one to such a question,  "Why don't they do the decent thing and  take a ?4 raise themselvq and give the  pensioners 50 percent?" he said,   ���,  I think our members of parliament ^as  well as most elected officials right down to  our own regional" government) find themselves on an uncomfortable dilemma.  WE HAVE learned ono thing from the  little governmental disaster the U.S. just  went through (and it may only bo the  beginning). That thing is that more and more  elected officials are not going into politics for  tho good of tho country. I'm using tho U.S. as  an example, but tho sarno holds true here.  It seems more and more people lire going  Into politics far their own personal reasons,  detrimental to tho future of tho country.  Power, glory, control, you name It, AH the  ^wrongToasons.ara.thore^.^^^---^-^---..  No ono will give mo much argument when  1 soy this country, like most in tho Western  World has n leadership crisis, I'm  generalizing hero, of course; there are still  good lenders around,  Sure wo have tho power to choose our, own,  toadors by voting, but wo haven't got that  much to choose from,  Thoro aro'fiood loaders around, They are  mainly In business, making millions for their  own companies, Thoy are guiding their  businesses with tho same firm hand, control  and dynamic foresight needed In government,  If wo want men of this calibre in govor-  moot, wo are going to have to pay for them,  Top salaries are luring .the good, natural  : leaders away from politics and Into business*  Why taho 128,000 as an MP when you can  pull W0.ooo.ot moro vrttU leu*, effort in  business.? The people who are getting top  salaries ��ro people with Ideas and who are  not -afraid, to shoulder rwpowdMlty, Thoy  , are.Mio.. puople..wtt.iM?udju.UQVvrnuwnt.  the raluo thu federal Movoruutont granted  to Jiulgen la a good wunple, The country's  top /lawyer*' would make the bwt judges,  By Don Morberg  generalfy speaking. To get them, the judge's  salaries have to be high enough so that the  lawyers are not taking too much of a loss  when they move from in front of to behind the  bench..''     -     ��� ,������:���",���.���  ��� .MP's should get more money. I'm in  favour of it, but I do not think it would be a  very wise move on their part to suddenly  bounce the total up 50 percent In light of the  national economy and the price of peanut  butter. .  .,. .'../If they were a union, going into  bargaining they would have to go on strike  for a long, long time before they would get 50  percent. Unions usually take a little more  than the expected inflation ,each contract  period, They get ahead that way.  If the MP's want 50 percent, they may  have to take it over 5 years to make it acceptable to their bosses ��� us. Presently the  RflP's are supposed to be going around their  riding and explaining why they,need that  , much of an Increase. I hope to see Jack  Poarsall in hero soon, so I can talk to him  about It, .',,'���  In tho meantime, I would like to hear from  you. Could you drop me a note saying  whether or not you ore in favor of such an  Increase; and, If you are, how, should It bo  Riven?  Address them to mo at Box 310, Sechelt;  They will give mo an Idea of how you feel and  ,i I will pass Uio Information on to our.MP,��u,.J.,,.  SPEAKING of telephone calls, I got ono  after wo ran a story about a shooting incident  in Madeira Park.  In that incident, Donald Westorsund of  Ponder Harbour was charged and convicted  of discharging a firearm. Ho was given a  conditional discharge and was ordered not to  ��� possess firearms for two years,  I got a call from Westorsund and ho was  objecting strongly to tho headline on tho  story, In the headline wo described him as a  ���druggist', Ho said ho Was not a druggist, but  a chemist, which ho defined an a person who  deals In medicinal drugs, So wo stand  corrected,  ICOU CLOSURE, 1 want to pass on this  item gleaned (that's newspaper talk "for  stolen) -from lh��-Interior Now��r "Do  something. Either load, follow or get tho hell  out of the way,"  KlQQKNTIiY, In a front page story, Tho  ' Times enumerated tho people and services  -who would bo working or on call during thfe  v holidays, particularly* CUrUtfwwi Day, W^o  missed, a couple a otto was 'l/yco Airways who  are on hand to make emergency flights at all  Boefs Comer-  ���' - ����� i      �����  ���Your contributions are invited  They dragged me  BY BASIL SMYTH  They dragged me from6my home among the  wild winds;  Down through<city streets they made their  way  Fastened round my feet the tinseled paper,  Garnished me with things to make me gay.  I see again the eager smiling faces,  ��� I feel again those soft,carressing hands,  My limbs astraining for the joyous morn,  When tiny fingers loose the coloured bands.'  I lie alone disgarded and disrobed,  I, who once had been so bright and gay,  Dressed in a rhyraid colours sparkling with  life. . r   -   "���  Yet here I am forgotten, thrown away.  I don't complaint, I've seen my happy hour,  I^e^ewed-W-tinie^d^ow^gain-1%1-  free.  *<y*nnnrTnnnrnTrT^fyytfvwnrwiiy)^^  TheP:  *h  "and they call this a holiday?"  ENINSULA  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  -������������'--'���- '������by-v'-;-- ���-'���- ���  Powell River News Town Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  Box 310- Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-3231  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  Local, $7 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A.; $10. Overseas Sill  Serving the area.fromPort Mellon toEgmmt. _  w        [Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet]  Number one concern shitted with MP's  Editor, The.Tmjesjr,   .  Sir -i I would like to correct an impression that many, people must have obtained from a piece of inaccurate reporting,  or it may just have been imprecise, English,  prominently featured,on thejfroritpage of-  your newspaper issued oh" Wednesday,  December 4th, 1974.  . I refer to the statement: 'RESPONSE TO  PRESSURE ..../. ''hi response to pressure  from Sechelt Teachers' Association and  other local groups,: the,School,Board has  agreed to seek outside advice on the selection  of a new district superintendent."  1 The board did not respond to pressure, it  readily accepted a suggestion. This is- not a  matter of semantics, there is a significant  difference. For pressure to exist in any form,  there must be ian opposing force for the  pressure to act upon. A response to pressure  of movement in any direction of that  pressure means only one. thing, that the  opposing force was unequal to the applied <  pressure and, being overcome, yielded.  This was not in any way the situation  under discussion; the board had touched  upon the topic |n; general before any let-  ter was received from the Sechelt Teachers'  Association, and there was no opposition at  all to the principle of prior advice from either !  the teachers or ariyvOtiigraipterested person  or group ofjperspnsT^- -.a .; ,  One last point of interest, no one person,  or group of persons other than the Sechelt  Teachers' Association has yet approached  ^the^bo^M-m'-^thevvmat^^of-^su^estions of  advice in this matter. As the board could  conceivably be conducting the interviews  and making their selection in early January,  advice not offered soon may come too late.  R.Mills   ,..,.,,,:,,v,     ,.,,.,,.���,.,,,, :/|prMrs. A. Labonte,  Chairman  Board of School Trustees  Editor, The Times: x  Sir ��� Before the election our MPs were  the most promising, friendly individuals with  the welfare of our Senior Citizens their  number one concern ��� and eager to serve  their country.  Wjiai;h1appen&?'^^^  There was no increase in pensions for our  most deserving citizens of Canada. Then  Christmas arrived arid the spirit of goodwill  takes over. The real MPs stand up ��� not the  one we elected but some Ottawa mercenaries. The OMs ask for a 50 per cent  salary ^increase -MSnd shed-ttears on  television telling us about their hardships.  School bus discipline  necessary for safety  But no mention of their untold fringe  u^benefits ��� free travel, subsidized meals,  ^haircuts, shoe shines and even free picture  ^���framing. v  '  Canadian voters reacted and the OMs  repented. They now ask for a lesser salary  ^mcrease (25-30 per cent) plus axiost Of Uving*  clause. J  Guess who is going to win out? Nof'the  pensioners. But there is a small saving for  Canadians ��� they will not be obligated to  send the OMs a Christmas card.  There is a twinkling star in the not far  distance called 'Election Day'.  ��� OttoNordling  North Vancouver  ,*)..  M  ;ar is necessary,  middlemen are not  Editor, The Times: ������, ������  Sir ��� We are hearing a lot about sugar  these days. Dieticians, as some call them- )  selves, say sugar is really notneeded (to~"  , quote a certain man in a food conference in1  Campbell River recently.)  This is harking back a little, but when my  sister was a babe^ in; arms, doctors ordered,  that she shouldI ���have sugar. At the end of'  World War I it waiji necessary to buy $1 worth '  of food to get a pound of sugar. Some of you  can probably remember every cupboard  stocked with all manner of groceries to get  sugar.-       '     ���-���"'���������' ��� ���������  We all did without so she could have her  sugar,  times,  Editor, The Times:  Sir ��� I read with interest your article in  the December 18 issue, concerning discipline  fe on school buses, /    ^  I had the misfortune of relief driving on a  run on the Sunshine Coast once in 1973, and I  was thankful I didn't have to make my living  in this manner. I tried to be very fair and  understanding toward,die children. I found  that the elementary students were absolutely  no problem ��� noisey, but remaining in their  (   ,��� ,, seats except when it came their turn to get  Sllgar 18 necessary, ^^ Elphinstone bunch were a different  story. There again I tried to be understanding; but when a text took came  whistling through the air, nearly lighting on a  girl's head, that was enough. Of course, no  one admits to having done such a thing, but it  was: clear��� when thei tfoubleriialcers got off the"  coach at their destination because law and  order was restored.  The drivers of these coaches are qualified  people. They have to be in order to operate a  motor coach on our B.C,mghways, and some  have children that (they themselves are  concerned about; rldirjg/^hese very same  coaches to school. Theirs la* not the responsibility to babysit these kids.  I believe the driver did correctly in not  allowing these dellquents to ride the coach,  especially after no one admitted to the  She is not the only one who couldn't have ...problem. The drivers responsibility is to  survived without sugar so, so much for that' transport all children safely to and from  man's sour statement. ��� > school, five days per week, 22 days per  We are told now we can't get sugar. ��� month, 10 months of the.year, and In my  I was in the merchant navy in World War , books, anyone that would hamper the safety  II and we nearly lost the ship and our lives; la,0f a child, be It another child on the coach, or  because someone was trying to convince the whoever, I want him out,  'people that there was no sugar.Botwcen New/,., It is my moiight that the, School, Board  Zealand and Australia we were ordered"' should hire someone to rldo, 'shotgun' to  home empty. Wfth our ship drawing five feet ensure this safety,  nt the bow and }3 feet nt tho stern, wo came I find It Incredible that Mr. Horvqth of tho  through n hurrlpane, We had left thousands school board would come to.the defence of a  of tons pf sugar Sitting on the'docks. Tliat::;." few cigarette smoking trouble makers,  sugar would have balanced our ship ond '?, whoso only aim la to make life miserable for  calmed tho demand for sugar back' home, ��.> others riding tho conch, In favour of a driver  Not ono tori was brought over by any of our "jjlwho lias tho responsibility for tho safety for  ^ps.iw. thfl wnr onded, ���  .A��w:?hHd,afld���yp^,___<_.DonRoBnw-  Now I got mall from friends In Sydney, ,-. mmu.wohv.  Australia, who are paying 10 cents per pound ��f;  for sugar and no scarcity, What Is our price? 'i*'-  I suggest that It a government can do<!  nothing but make up stories and blame other ^  countries for Its own shortcomings, thoyx"  should bo annihilated, And the middleman/,^  who Is really growing very fat at our oxpenso. '  should be outlawed,  You hoar about prices of our goods,  abroad, For Instance canned salmon, its.  stated by a fedora! agency, Is 20 cents a can *  cheaper than wo have to pay, Why should wo  lie penalized In their favor? Why should they  not pay ten cents more and us ten cento less  and wo would bo equal?  A few yours ago million's of foot of lumber  ^WM.BQld��abroAd.(oTMt2Q.���'por��iQ;:board  feet dollvorod while wo wore paying $07 for  our own,  I think wo should go back to trading, say,  11 two carrots for a turnip In tho stores. That  Jjyny ho gets a profit and wo don't got cleaned ^  7����t buying a turnip.  "1   'Aft a Now Yonr'a plcdfio, lot's fight to stop  certain solf-satlsf led people from treating us>  ' ��Ho HlUet-ato nwnkeys, KoMnComyrt  Clbsona  T^r Carpets  * Tiles  it Linoleums  j< Drapes  9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tues. - Sat,  CLOSED MONDAYS  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9  ot ��/ mv�� a mw showroom m smmLT  heated in the new offices of Trail Bay Design  at the traffic light �� Phone 885-2713  Coqultlam  Councils, boards  meetingtimes  Boards and municipal councils hold  public meetings ot the following times  'and places, ,"  ';-��, Qlbsona village council, municipal  [haft, lf|t nnd 3rd Tuesdays, 7 p.m.  ��� Sechelt school board, Gibsons, 2nd  rind 4th Thursdays, 7;30 (I/)wer floor,  Gibsons municipal hall),  "~���   Seoholt villagecouncil,^urUclpnl  hnll, 1st niid 3rd Wednesdays, 7;30. ���  ��� Sunshine Coast regional board,  Sechelt, last Thursday of each month,  J.i30.,p,m,_������_���I,.������.���,,���.���     .  Mombcrsof the public may attend  any of those meetings but generally  'must obtain prior permission In ordcrto  speak or represent a delegation,      *  BUSINESSMEN  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION  and  THE DEPARTMENT OF  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  recommend business management  courses throughout tho province as a  means of Improving management skills *"  arid capabilities.  �����Wi���l���in   ���HIM 1,11-IIMIiW.i^MI I  ������la���.M���.������������������������������II���������illllli.l'Hllil ���!������������.���  Sechelt Centre for Omtimtinn  Education nfjm thv following courses:,  WW�����.ti���������rf���rniin nm i���in -in ������������ ���mum. ���������������������������������M���  Bookkeeping  BiiBinesB Lnw  Payroll Calculation f  HHIIIIII ���IIMI.HIMUIH illlWII l.l��.H���W.��� ������IIIHIWmWIIilWIUIII ������ IIIW.II^WWWW����������  For courso start dates and farther information  phone; 886-2225  SJ\ FTV, Development  [As \r| Corporation  British  Cqlumibia.,  NSGmnvillntlciitam,  POO GranvilU Street,  Vdnaiiivrr, IlC 41:  Section B  Wednesday, January 8,1975  Pages 1-8  \ -Sgfi&ET COVE  Excellent* Cu|4lno and Accommodptioei  11 MILES FROM SECHELT , BUS-nm,  AtCqlwery- ftapjislLChuzcbL.-.-.-  ^r~j^  J    <*     ��T"J  -��r_  2  --   s  'V,  "���-.._  V"*  K% --:  -^  f  X    \    vj /  -~���-    /  /  /  J  lit)/1*  BY REV. WILBERT ERICSSON  . r-;��^-A-recent���magazine^artiele���contained  " uInteresting reading .on',the. subject- of-ao  as the choir'appeared in the foyer and in  -Lprocession to the stage. This carol dcewour-  \ ���  \  \  \    v i!  \/  ���*-��.  ���=-^<  11  tivities during the 60 days of the Christmas  \ Reason. The author wrote of the Christmas  r -1 program practices in the little country school  1": Jiquse during the depression years. The same  '^,' wfuftrue'of the churcHes'of those days. - _   ,  V 'p. Today many ofrthese activities' have    outburst in Joyous song.  \ vanished arid~ giVeji' way to "more, ��� We were led into the thrill of the an-  "i ^ sophisticated festivitles:|There still remains, nouncement of the coming Prince of Peace  ��� --however, some' resemblances of those-past and the greatest event in the littlest town.  attention to the age-long deep conscious need-  for deliverance from sin. Men costumed as  Isaiah,'Malach'i and Micah i-ead prophecies  of those men'of old. A narrator, and the  Magnificat Lby :the_choir, Jtold_&boutJhe_  angel's message to Joseph, and of Mary's  /  J  O"  -  r^x  \  MADEIRA PARK It took rescuers 45  minutes to free an Egmont woman from the  wreckage of her truck.  Police said Caroline Jjefferies of Egmont  was alone in a pick-up truck when it left  Highway 101 and hit a large stump north of  Madeira Park. The impact crushed the cab  of the truck and pinned the driver inside.  The accident occurred at 5 a.m. Christmas morning.   <  When she was taken out of the wreck, the  victim was put in a waiting ambulance and  taken to hospital. Police said she appeared to  have pelvic injuries.  IT TOOK police and firemen forty-five  minutes to free a woman trapped insid��  this truck cab. * Caroline Jefferies $  Egmont was trapped inside the cap  after the truck left Highway 101 and hit  a large stump Christmas Day. She wajs  alone in the vehicle at the time. She wajs  put in a waiting ambulance and taken t#  St. Mary's with apparent pelvic iij-  days , and    old   'fashioned    Christmas  -celebrations. " \ ,y-.-:   )<. At Palvary Baptist* Church, Gibsons, we  .enjoyed a full Christmas-program on Sunday  ������ evening, Dec. 15. Theprdgram was arranged  ', �� and directedtby Mrs'i'Esteer. Anderson, with  '': Ted Peters assisting. Arlys Peters and  I'S r-Nancy Miller were atlhe'piano and organ. A  f <0uldren's-choir, along "With an adult choir  j;4peria*ered the bwutiful'Christmas music.  "-"{Practices began in * October and each  Sunday, following. A' Friday evening was  ���r giyeri to full dress rehearsal and a social time  Jbr ?all participants. <*>' V1  ;l"' '^e hope ���to preserve these meaningful  I opportunities for fun* and fellowship, as well  ���'as the story of the'.Christ Child ���the all  '< important part of this festive season.  . \ The program began with the singing of  ^several carols. Thisvasfollowed by the preschool children's part in^haring the story of  the 'Good News', then, young and old. took  part in drama and > song to portray the  coming of the''King ,6* Peace.'  ;   'O Come, 0 Come Emmanuel' was sung  As spotlights focused on the angel image,  foiui-youngstexs-played���the-part-of���the-  e  juries.  -Timesphotb  The Canada Post Office has organized a  Christmas stampdesign project directed to  Canadian, children under the age of 13. The  project began De6;: 2,1974,  Canadian children from coast to coast are  invited to contribute their own drawings or  painting;texpressing "the theme "What  Christmas Means to Me". These will be used  to, ppoduc^seve^  stamp Resigns reflecting the .essence of Jhe  Christonas spirit and' the freshness and  varietyof young minds. r ,  The Departments of Education in every  province are co-operating with the project.  The Canada Post Office issues special,  stamps each year to mark the Christmas'  season and normally these are designed by  professional artists. For Christmas  1975  designs by Canadian children will be used.  Children are invited to participate in the  project  by   submitting   their  personally  executed designs before Feb. ,14,  1975.  Selection will be made initially on a regional  basis and subsequently at the national level.  To assist with the screening of designs,  ^thefianad^PostOfficehas enlisted the aid of  ^regional r^nels, mcluoUng directors of artT.  galleries, artists, art educators and members of the AdvisoryCommits oh stamp  design. ''���'..���   x  When the provincial" jurying has been  completed, selections on the national level  wiU be made by the, Department's stamp  Design Advisory Committee.  Vancouver Northwest JLog Salvors  .Association will be holding a public meeting  Ito discuss the forestry debris, dead-head and  driftwood problems and the role of beachcombers in solving the problem.  The meeting will be held at 2 p.m.  January, 19 in the Queen Elizabeth  Playhouse, Dunsmulr and Hamilton in  Vancouver.  "Any log Salvor, mariner (commercial or  pleasure), member of the government  (federal or provincial), membejfc .of n,  governmental agency (federal or "'provincial), sportsman, member of Gulf Log  Salvage or the forest,industry, member of  the news media or any concerned citizen is  invited to attend, If you are In the News  Media or a member of a Club or Group, wo  The fit       (p:  never quit (&to  pamiapamanl^',  Tl>�� (J��rwii��fi rnov��nt<in| ln( ptrftonM Mititw  I'liiicnn, In yiNir heurt you Know li'it H^lu,  would appreciate having you spread the  word among the public,^ a'spokesman said.  "Swift action on this very severe, and  eyer-increaslng problem is long over-due and  will only be obtained if the forest industry  and-or the government can be convinced that  the public will not tolerate further  procrastination. A strong turn-out at this  meeting will be a powerful inducement for  positive action. Please plan to attend," the  spokesman, said. ,  %.    Anyone wishing to address t|ie Meeting or  "make a written submission should advise us  well In advanco with a resume to'enable us to  establish an agenda and time-table, he said,  It is hoped that this project, which offer's  an opportunity for children to see their own  drawing or painting on a Canadian stamp,  will be an interesting experience for them as  well as being fun.  A similar contest in 1970 drew par-  iticipation from more than 50,000 children.  Entry rules are as follows: \  ���   All -entries must ��� be- in "some-way "ap-*1*;  propriate to the theme "What Christmas ���-  Means To Me".  All entrants must be residents of Canada  and must not have reached their 13th birthday before the closing date for submissions  (February 14, 1975).  Each entry must measure approximately  12" x 15" and be mailed flat or rolled. Do not  fold. ',.'.,   ,: ;V ���  One entry per child.  Each child should be allowed as "much  freedom; as possible. E.g., paint, pencil,  crayon, ink, charcoal, pastel, collage, etc.f  are all acceptable. ,,  Entries should not be in the form of  _i^mps_orjsfarnp^^^  not include denominations^ or die word"~  Canada. The paintings or drawings selected  will be made into stamp designs by the appropriate Post Office staff.  The name, age, address and school of the  child must be clearly printed on the back of  his or her entry. ,  Entries must.be mailed before Feb. 15,  1975. All entries must be post marked before  midnight, Feb. 14,1975. AH entries  become the property of the Canada Post  Office and may be used for exhibition purposes.  Entries should be mailed to; The Van- <  couver Art Gallery, 1145" West Georgia  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V0EJH2.        ,  Over 5,000,000 Canadian homes received  Christmas Seals at/the; beginning of this  holiday season, 640,000* of those in British  Columbia. Contributions from the province  total $423,889, with $2,368 of that coming  from the Sunshine Coast area. This figure  represents approximately 75 percent of the  'Sunshine Coast target-of $3,200.  Christmas Seal Campaign Coordinator,  Ed McLachlan, reports a slight increase in  contributions over this same period last  year, and it is hopeful the British Columbia  target of $500,000 will be met in order to allow  the British Columbia , Tuberculosis-  Christmas Seal Society to meet medical  research and construction assistance  commitments for the upcoming year. ���.  ' The monies derived from the Christmas  Seals are used in the fight against all  respiratory diseases, not just tuberculosis,  as was the purpose in the past. Several  research projects are currently underway in  British Columbia, and more are planned in  the near future. " /   >. ���  The^ChristmasSeal Committee chairman  for me'Surishine Coast is Mrs. Pat Murphy of  Halfmoon Bay. .......     ^_-  startled shepherds, giving us the message of  joy in heaven and on earth.  Three'men arrayed as kings represented  the search for the young child who was born  'King of Jews/,'  The need for personal concern was told in  a beautiful rendition of, 'I Wonder as I  Wander, out Under the Sky, Why Jesus the  Saviour should come for to die',' sung by Mrs.  Sylvia Spain. ���  , In turn, ah old rugged cross, with an  appropriate choir selection' as musical  background, revealed to us the earthly  ministry and suffering of Jesus as well as the  appeal for personal dedication and devotion  to the One who came to seek' arid to save a  people lost b^sin'.  - A closing "comment expressed "hope".  The shepherds'out on the Judeah hills on that  notable night certainly had*a great and  thrilling experience. But, what of the  Saviour's coming again ��� will this not be far  more exciting arid thrilling for those who are  ready? t  The message is 'Good News' and we were  delighted to present it on stage and also  extend it to the circulating boundary of this  newspaper. We want you to know the reason  Jesus came, andtfidt He invite's you to come.  Perhaps, you ask,-How is this to be done? The  answer is, 'Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ,  and thou shalt be saved.'  Recycle this Newspaper!  n   ?  SV  j  O  By  Lon  Van Egmond  If brick walks become slippery and Slimy  from algae,  wash with  a muriatic add  solution. Or use the kind of olglcide wash  intended   for   keeping;   swimming   pools,  clean.  .'   .'  Paint splatters on your storm windows?  Try paint remover or lacquer thinner ��� on,  stubborn spots, a little fine steel wool.  Check regularly for ��� air leaks around  doors and windows. They may warp or  shrink,.changing the fit ..  When^aTnting^Tjtside~wal IsTTf Is~d1��sFto~  ^work from the top down. Set up extension  . ladder so base us avyay from wall a distance'  of one-quarter of the extended height of the  ladder.  Need more storage sp'ace ? How about a  ' "rented attic"? Some firms are now offering miniwdrehouses ��� inexpensive and  secure, with an individual storage space  more accessible than in regular  warehouses.,, ( ..*  Need -mora' storage space? Let us find  you a big, big house with lots of attic and a  full basement. Whenever you're househunting, hunt ��� no further than ...  in Secholt call 885-2241  :  CLASSES  ��XPECTAOT^MPSTS  Gibsons��� Monday rJanuary-13th-  at 7:30 p.m. Health Unit  Socholt > Tuesday, January  14 at  7:30    p.m.    Sechelt    Elementary  School  For     Information     call     Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit at 886-2228.  a) th@ light person for a job  b) III�� right job  .then you should call its now at  NJ  call  between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm weekdays  :_ ^ ^r information and interviews.  We vjvill bo assisting people looking for jobs or porsonnol In any and all  typoty off employment.       , S j,  h  CLASSES  If you want to loam Candlo Making  * Carvod    * Torch Finished  Plantors * Sand     AAouldbd     and  Christmas Candlos.  ALSO  Rosin Classes ��� Loam to make  your own Lamps, Wall Hangings,  Trlvlts, Do��k Sots, Etc.  Join our workshop for Candlo  Making Evory Wod. & Thurs, from  1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Starting Jan. 15th & 16th  Rosin Workshop starting Tuos, Jan  14th. ���      ' ,   ��� -p���REGISTER EARLY��� ���  DALLIS STUDIOS  885-9817  <*M��^K*immm^m  THE GOVtRNMtNT Of  ���; �����^.���THrPROVINCe-Or-0R|TtSHCOLUMBtAWM~-w>w ���-�����  ri  British Columbia Dopartmont of Labour  JLABOUR STANDARDS 'LEGISLATION-  Tho Minister of Labour, tho Honourable W.S. King, horoby Invltos oil  Intorostod porsons and organizations who wish' to submit written  suogoatlons for changes to British Columbia labour standards legislation to  send th<?lr submissions to:  Tho Honourable W.S. King  Minister of Labour  Parliament Buildings i  Victoria, B.C.  Tho labour standards legislation undor rovlow Includes the Annual and  General Holidays Act, Control of Employment of Children Act,; Deceived  Workors' Act, Employment Agencies Act, Hours, of Work Act, Labour  Regulation Act, Maternity Protection Act, Minimum Wago M\t Payment of  Wages Act and Truck Act.        ,  Submission received by the Mlnlstor will bo avallablo for perusal at tho  office of tho Director of Labour Standards, Dopartrhent of Labour, 080  Douglas Street, Victoria, B.C,     ���  It Is requested that oil submissions be submitted prior to January 30,  1975.  V/'  0 Th6 Rent Review Commission Will hold meetings shortly  to hear the views of concerned landlords and tenants  nSgardihj) studies into residential rental property conditions.  �� Initially, meetings will l?e held In the Metropolitan  Vancouver area, Interested persons should write to the  Rent Review Commission, The date, place of meeting  and an invitation to participate will be sent to you. -  O Written submissions,will be Welcomed from those  persons unable to attend soheduled meetings In the  "-Vancouver "area;��� ��� - ������ - ;- ���"-r-r -. ��� * - -  Rent Review Commission  p:0."Bm 9600,  Vancouver, B.C.  ��*v r=U:  f^Almost half of all pedestrians, injured are  ���^(between the ages of 4 and 14 years old. In  ;|other words, of the 20,000 people on foot who _  *> are injured every year,, every second person  j;-/tragically struck by a car, truck or bus is a *  > child. That's 27 children injured every day.  ��;    Fortunately, because of their tremendous  ^resiliency, young children can more readily  of all pedestrian fatalities (approximately.  1,200 per year) are in the 4-14-age group,  which averages out to one child a day kU(ed.���  '    Obviouslyrthe number of children injured  and killed is way out of, proportion to their  The  ' British'   Columbia  < survive the effects of a motor vehicle ac-  cideni7Tjeverthetessrbetweerr2S::30TJercent-  respective population. In this safety area, we,  are all badly failing, parents, people driving  cars and other motor .vehicles, safety officials and educators, and, of course, the  child. The child is failing, but he is suffering  for it too. i =    , <���"< ���  Automobile/, Children,'therefore, need to be taught and    and his peers, yet the. young child cannot  . -      ..,.7i..���        ,..,.,._    .      ..     ... .      walk across, the street as "fast, nor can he'  speeds of approaching vehicles  accuracy; his depth perception is  has been,any'CM school crossing patrol,,^ program is going to'.solve,this' tremendous  -not fully developed, and because of the  ��PageBr2  if  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 8,1975    .',  \ jjjjj BS1 GED G39 G3I 8SB GS3 BSI BE3 GSI GO CSS E33 6  TffielTKaveTjeen^^  that one of every, five' children killed andlone'- i^wly launched "Walk; JVise (With Your, turning vehicles might be completely ob-  outofeverythree'children injured is en route-'<'Eyes'? has deUberately, incorporated a fun- scured by nearby cars.           '   �� ,  to or from school, the value of such'patrols1,:;!like symbol ������ the eyes in the.bobt ��� and a - The BCAA urges' all parents of young  can not be taken lightly. Unfortunately ,v catchy slogan to appeal; to,the children in , children to take the time to discuss the routes  '-             ~~           "          =       ~~        '-'-L:���'���   -J -" --��� their~children;taketo^ndfrom"schooirto~the  playground and usual playing spot,, to their '  * Put your message into 4,000  homes���(15,000 readers) - in  these economical spots. Your  <ad is always there far quick  reference'.  .,,.  anytime!   '  however, children must cross at many more.>'( particular, and all age groupr  street corners  than there  are  patrols, a -> L" A child, copies the behaviour of adults  Q| EES3 B&3 E8S B53 S3E3 BBS G39 KS9 Q3 Q33I CSS9 >GS9 BBS BE31 (E33 B.S 1^9 G5S BE9 (S39 E59 CS&I 6S3 BSB G39 ESS GE3 BBS C  friends' homes and the store, go over the  traffic problems that arise en route and talk  about the correct action to be taken and why  it is the-safest,'Make your children aware of  the dangers and, do so as soon as possible.  -How-abouHonightf   ' - '"  :     -'*   The BCAA has various VWalk With Your  Byes'- material available at each-local officer  for parents to give to their children., Pick up  the safety game for the 4-7 year olds and  Teview tiie points itmakefr wth'mechUdren-  after they have completed it!  C3S3 C33 fff ESS E33 ISO E5B BS9 BSEB BBS C5S3 E&l BS3 ES53 B?'!J GS3 G33 ES3 E3S3 1333 ESS {33 t&SI OS CSS 6E9 EJ23 BSS9 CS9  ��� ��� ' ��� '     - ���       ��� 1  * Here's an economical,way to'     a  ������7ieach-4,000-liome*- (15,000 i   -jj-  ' readers) every week. Your ad ���     y  waits patiently for ready ^fer- ' u n  ence . ���.- .  .-anytime! - ���       -  ' ���  G23  qq qq C3 BBB& C3SI Q21 ESk IC2I ^^^ BQS BS3 G33 Q��3 E&3 C9 S3D 6&0  IS3 IE3I CCE99 GBI 6B9 GSS9  CBS 693 iwwm qqs ^"m Ms. QjSS GSSl 6S3 BSO G29 BS3 G@l IES3  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus, 886-27 U, Res?8o!-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  AR:CH':ii:ECT"U^R#L^---:--r--;;''-  PLANNING   _'..-���- .--I    ; ���   i . - n. n: in a  n--ii *-!���-! ; -���   SUNSHINE DESIGN   i '  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD. .  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Architectural Builders ���  and Development .Planners  Gibsons: Box 735 ��� 885-2726  A Complete Design, Building and  Planning Service  CABINETAAAKERS  CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS  P'ne and Cedar Furniture  885-2601  AUTOMOTIVE   SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lather Service for Disc Brakes  and Dru.rri Brakes:  > ".  - Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced :patsun Specialists,  Gibsons - Phone 886-7919  G.S. McCrady  CABINETMAKER  Custom cabinets, Kitchens, etc.  Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt  Next to Ranger Station  885-2594  CARPET, CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  .   WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates').  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phono 12*1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  BANKS  ROYAL BANICpF CANADA,.  Sechelt Branch      ^-^ Phone 885^2201  Gibsons Branch    ���      Phone 886-2201  .Madej^  HOURS *V      '.'"',",'.���"���     *  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.^SaJ; 10 a.m. to? 3'"p.m.  Gibsons 8 Pender: Mohciay\Thursday  10 a.m'. to 3 p.mi; Friday. 10 dim.'to 6 p.m.  CONTRACTORS  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  A&WTRUCKING  SAND, GRAVEL, FILL  etcetera  Box 92, Sechelt  Phone 885-9741  DAY CARE��  Wilson Creek  DAY CARE CENTRE  ages 3 - 6  qualified supervisors  885-2721  LAND CLEARING  k '  J.D. 450 DOZER  phone 885-2993  MACHINE SHOPS  PLU  "PTf'  BING &.HEATING   : ^-?r( cont'd)  L & R PLUMBING & HEATING  - SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST -'  Box65lsSechelt, B.C. ,  Phone 885-2918    <    ,��  L, Mitchell & R.Mitchell,  1   9  �����  BLASTING  TED'S BLASTING & CONTRACTING  -    ^.. ALLVVORK FUJLLYIN^UjREr^ ,  Basements ��� Driveways '���> Septic Tanks  Stumps"- Ditch Lines  \        Call for a fjee estimate anytime  ;!;.TED DONELY Pender Harbour 883-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phone 885-2622  Box73, Sechelt, B.C..'.,.,.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING, AND  BACKHOEWORK  TELEPHONE'886-7824  '   R.R. 2, Gibsons  BRUCE CAMPBELL BULLDOZING  Road Building, Land Clearing, etc.  Hillcrest Ave., RR 1, Gibsons  886-7672  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING ���SAND  GRAVEL ���FILL  Phone 886-7109  DRYWALL SERVICES  Mac Cameron  PH; 885-2706   _..        nSERERAL CONTRACTOR     "     "   ~  For All Your  Building Needs  PHONE VERN, 885-2525 or 886-2344  TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL BUILD TO SUIT  COMMERCIAL--RESIDENTIAL      *  .....'.,.B85-2713,.,.  SKANNOR DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Quality I* our Namo  Building I* our Gamo  Residential ��� Commercial  5 Flroplacos ancl Bricklaying  085-2692-Box 868, Socholt  MISSION POINT DEVELOPMENTS  LTD.  "     '      BUILPTOSUIT !  PRE.PA0 HOUSE ERECTION  RENOVATIONS  Eve* 005^9981 ���Box 547, Socholt  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ,"  i     .    ���', , v"  /      A.C. RENTALS ft BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  ,.-*ll-^u- "guiiSllng NoodV  Madeira Park Phono 803-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS      .  |th��PlywoodP.opU]  1    ALLPLYWOODi'  Exotic and Construction   '  Panelling ��� Door* ��� Moulding  Gluo�� ��� Iniulatlon  Hwy. 101 ���Olbtons��� 006-922)  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  Ii97i|ltd;  ..   ALL fUULDING MATERIALS"'  "RGADY-MIX"  "CONCRETE-GRAVEL"  "WC5TWOOD HOMES" '  i "OCNERAL I'AINT"'  **00^2M2*" ' '""' " " ~~~ IiOWmT"''  "    Highway 101 ���, Olbsoni  ;     HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Pondor Harbour area  Sand ��� Drain Rock - Crushed Gravel, etc  We now have 2 concrete mixer trucks  to serve you,  R.R. 1, Madeira Park  '.. Phono 883-9911 ���',__  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dijmp Truck ��� Backhoe'. Cat  Water, Sower', Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  ���  FREE ESTIMATES '  LftHSWANSONLTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel ��� Backhoo   ,  Ditching ��� Excavat|on��  PORPOISE DAY ROAD  885-9666,    Box 172,    Socholt, B.C.  WORRIES CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks ��� Driveways  Froo Estimates Phono 8059413  DISPOSAL^SERVieES   PENDER  HARBOUR   DISPOSAL  SERVICES  Weekly Garbage Pick-Up  Rubbish Removal etc.  Barry & Dan Leech 883-9133  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when   renovating   of   spring   cleaning   call  for your disposal needs.  Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  ���^''���^^^^^���^������'���^���^  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"  -  -  -���   -        -   -   ��� "- ���-   ��� ��� I, -   ������  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  INCE 1947  PHONE 885r2062,  ��� ELECTRIC HEAT SPECIALISTS ���  D.W.LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R. R. 1 .Madeira Park  PHohe 883-2749;  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  ,   wiring '.6f'Wil"ty,pes  Residential industrial - Commercial  _A|ljwork guarantieedj^Eree estimates.  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship     ,  Bob Forrester  \  Phone 885-9464  ��� '' ' a ���  At tho Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop-Arc and Acetylene Welding  Steel Fabricatjng-MariheWays  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721      Res. 886-9956,886-9326  * Air* rrt^  MARINE SERVICES   L. CLAYTON MARINA LTD.    -  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  )        ' .        ���' ���; ....  ' PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ...,.-^.,w^Xonw.'*-."-''--;o'-�����-".*.si��v -.i-.h!  ��� Runabouts  ;f ���Used Boat Sales  FREE   ESTIMATES-PH   886-9604   or   886-9111  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  " Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipef itting - Steamf itting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging ^  FREE ESTIMATES     >     , All Work Guaranteed   Phone886-7017   *   Sea Coast  SHEET METAL LTD.  -Heating    ���   Ventilation ���������Air���Conditioning  *'   Domestic, Commercial and Industrial.  Free Estimates  Box 920, Socholt ^   Tol. 885-2712  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  i        i  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett   885-2466  Box 726, Sechelt, B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Solos and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-lt-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations-  FREE ESTIMATES        ���  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  T-rfwi  SIGN PAINTING  AL'SSlGNTIFIC SIGNS    .  ' Show Cards'- Banners - Truck Lettering '  Boats' - Plywood Signs ��� WJndows'etc. *  Mason Road, West Sechelt  Phone 885-2606     '  SURVEYORS  i f  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.      '      <      ^  Office 885-2625 Home 885-9581  ���    Roy and Wogonaor  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  Marine Building; - Whad Street,  Box 609 - Sechelt, B-C.  >     885-2332  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. ��� Phono 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5-30 p.m.  Friday evening by appointment only y. ���������  TOWING  RADIATORS  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE  Complete Marihe Accessories ��� Full line of  ;...     cartop.runaboyt.boatsqndcruisers  TRAIL BAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Socholt 885-2512  /     Vancouver toll free: 689-5019  ''i  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Soptic Tank��� Ditching  Excavating ��� Land Cloarlng  Road Bulldlng-Gravol & Fill  886-2830  PonConPump   ,  ,�����i,CONCRETE,R.UMPINO SERVICE.,,,.,,  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  006-7417 or 086-9890  Larry's Drywall Services  SpoclalUIno In drywall applications  Iniulatod and toxlurad c��lllna��  R.RJI1, Socholt 885'*464  L.B.FRADETTB  SUNSHINE CONSTRUCTION  Now ho������ Ifamlno and ronova��|on��  Pro-lnb house orocllon*  Phon*|BB5,943Q  , , Ubq those npacoajo ���.  roach noarly 15,000 pooplo  evorywookl  Joo McCann; Box 157, Madeira Park  Phono 883-9913  FLOORING-CABINETS  1       ,  "..      i1.'' I1.,  Cabinets - Carpets- Linoleums  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B,jC.  Blair Konnott, sales manager  Phono 886-2765  HAIRDRESSERS  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanno Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrlo Street Phono  Socholt 885-2818  HOTELS  ������ '��� ��� ������-��� -        ii       i i. ��� -   -ii -i ������ -1 -j  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phon* 803-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Mqatlngs  Woddlngs and Private Partlos  ��� Full Hotel FacllltlM ���  KENNELS  ,���, , , ,���.���,  "FOUR-O- EIGHT"  KEMNELSf  (loardlng lor Dogs ond Cats, approx,   '  2 \ /I mllos along Rodroalls "'(load Irom Socholt  MEAT CUTTING   /  Game dressed, cut, wrapped & froien  LYNN'S CUSTOM CUTTING  Box 277 .Sechelt '  885-257 5,,evenings only  1 . "in"     ' ''  '  MOBILE   HOME   SERVICE  *   '       ; Sea Coast  -���-MOBILE HOME^ERVIGE-   GS E RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos, Industrial and Heat Exchangers  WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK!  PHONE 886-7638  .Pick-up and delivery service   ,. .  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS arid EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES  Easy  Strip   Concrete   Forming   Systems   -  Com  pressors  -  Rototillers  -  Generators  -  Pumps  .7"       Earth Tampers .  Sunshine Coast Hwy. ft Francis Peninsula Road  Scows - Logs  SECHELTTOWING& SALVAGE  ���      ���' ��� ������������������-.' *   ''������'   ' '.'V , i'  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & log TO wing  ���'.'   l/higW- ''.'���*:   ������:'v,!'-  ;    Phon��885-9425 ;'  TREE TOPPING  MADEIRAPARK  (div'.'bf Sea Coast Sheet Metal Ltd.)  Complete Maintenance  Do-lt-Yourself Trailer Skirting  Box 920, Sechelt  24 HR  SERVICE  Tel. 885-2712  PHONE 883-2585  t yvhy Buy When You Can  I RENT IT at  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD:  Domestic & Industrial Equipment   ,  from Rug Shampooers to Lighting Plants  ���R;R^TDavl�� Boy, 805-2848 .  885-9469  Francos Avo,  KNITTINGj MACHINES  BROTHER  4 KNITTING MACHINES  CoantRoprotontatlvoi  .,��..�����,.,,,���..,.������������'���,,.���.���.J��lhor.And��rion l���.   005-3357  MOVING & STORAGE  ',;' LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Materials for salo  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES r  Canada's No, 1 Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  NURSERY  Mack's Nurtory - Roborts Crook  Landscaping  ��� Shrubs - Fruit Trees ��� Fortlllzer  Dorry Plants ��� Bedding Plants ��� Peat Moss  Fully Licensed Postlcldo'Spraylng lor1  Landscaping and Iroos-,  Sunshine Coast Hwy.     Ph, 086-2684  PAINTING& DECORATING  KAN-DO PAINTING  ....JNSIOaANDJXIERIOR,^^^^^  Box 943, Sechelt  Evonlngsi 005.2936  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS ,  EASY ERECTION AfJD STRIPPING  Cornpletejnstructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 885-2359 evesv  "P^ITITAT  SUNSHINE RENTALS LTD."  North Road, Gibsons  "Wo Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters. .Lighting Plants ��� Televisions  Rototillers  Lawn   Rakes  005-2734  PIANO TUNING  4-  CERTIFIED PIANO SERVICE  Rogulatlng -t- Roo^lf  Eloclronlcally Choice  Wbrkmarxhlp duarantood.  B  David Nowosolskl  .VI-  006-2703  AP��  PLUMBING & HEATING  G ft E PLUMBING ft HEATING LTD.  Plumblnrj-ltoatlna-lnMnllailpns  Ronovatlons-Sowor MoaK-ups  ,  All work guaranlood I year-Prices on roquet)  "'" "���'*< "qq^^^  T*  Box 16 5, GIBSONS  Cehient   Mixers  , Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 886-2048 , 24 HOUR SERVICE  ���  '   '      'v �� ���     .'  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE  Socholt, B.C.  APPLIANCES ��� HARDWARE  I HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  ROOFING  BILL BLACK ROOFING  ft INSULATION  ^w��,�����DUROIDSHINOLES^.TAR.&ORAVEL_i���������-���  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Don 201, Gibsons 006>7320  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  1     ���Complete Tree Service' ���<  :��' ~ Prompt, Guqrantaed,;lnsured Work -'"-  ��� Prices You Can Trust .' -,<i },,���  Phono J. RISBEY, 885-2109        / ;<  T.V. and RADIO  j;iCELEaRQNICS  PHiLco-FORbsALESs Service  ��� we service all brands^���. ,1 '��� ������,������-  885-2568    ������'���', ���'.,';-���:.'��.  across f rom thje Rod & White ,f,,     ,   ,  "'' ' ��� SECHEL|T;   '      ���','",:��� >  SUNSHINE COASTT.V. SALES  ft SERVICE LTD:'        v  ADMIRAL -r- ELECTROHOME  and ZENITiH DEALERS  VIN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN SECrlELT",  Pox 799, Sechelt i-Phone 085,9816    >  CLOSED ON.MONDAYS..,..,.',���,:),..  \  SEPTIC TANKS  TRODAN INDUSTRIES  Manufacturers of FRP septic tonka  Available in any ol*o ,  Phone:886-2953  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  SEWING MACHINES  '   ������ .   . , '       ��� . . ,  '  BERNINA  Salos and Sorvlco to all makes    '  LETTERHEADS  ENVELOPES  INVOICES  STATEMENTS  JOB AND  WORK ORDERS  . .      '  RULED FO'RMS  TICKETS  MEMBERSHIP CARDS  SIGNS  WEDDING STATIONERY  CIRCULARS       ,   ,'     .  ,.,  POOKLETS (  ETC  Special Quantity Savings I:  COMMIRCIAL AND PERSONA!.  PRINTING  AT ITS  FINEST J  Th  19  ninsula Times  '  Printing plus, Ideas !/"   j  * \  Dox 310 Sechelt , B.C.  Phone 885-3231  p��P^m\p^*mm{mim\��m9mfmm^tmfmmmm^{mparmp^p^imtmtm^ wmwi sw'wei tmas w m m tm.tm mmmiw mm"��m tm mm >m 0m tm'mm mtmmrmm impmrm ibSmbks pmm wm *"* *** "* mm mm.mmtm'tmim mmmim**mmm*m mm mmmmmmpi  ��* 1  ������'i ���J*  ���';*  Happenings arounci the HcMmt  How many New Year's resolutibns have  you broken? ."...-. *  i^=happy=^to^ay=^youris=4ruly=i4ias  broken one. Sounds pretty smug,eh? Of  course.it may have something to do with the  fact I didn't make any after the humiliation I ^  suffered last year.  Wednesday, January 8,1975  The Peninsula Times '  t Of I v,��  PageB-3  by Jock Bachop 883-9056  of coiu-se it sounded dreadful but no one  cared.   ���..,.������     v  ^t^s^nderfuUc^  with us arid believe me we made merry. They  have all gone home and tile-house seems so  quiet now. - ��� ���   " ,  Thank you all for making this such aA-  :/.  W  \  Irquit^smoldnglat-nudnight-and_Qnejd[ay grand_mrieJLAts_doJlagajrjk_  later was searching feverishly through the  house for stray butts! So I figure if I don't  make any resolutions I won't break any.  Makes sense, yes? (Regardless of what my  fwife says.)  Anyway, a Happy New Year to all you  nice readers from Marge and I. May it be all  that you wish and hope for.    -i  MADEIRA PARK  ^at  -tlreinerrV^Shristmas  f--  new^-  Jjegion Hall was aJramdinger: -���____  The firemen decorated the hall themselves and holly was donated by Kay White.  The food, courtesy of the firemen's wives,  was delicious; I tip my hat to them. Dennis  Cotter provided a stereo and speakers with  taped music, and this plus records donated  by the firemen made for a hot musical party.  Old Santa showed later in the evening and  each guest received a gift wrapped bottle of  wine. Alvin Dribnenki took some hilarious  pictures and I hope we get a chance to see  them soon. To sum up, the food was great,  the music wild and the company terrific.  GOOD CITIZEN AWARD  To Digby Porter who presented a credit  card to Mark Myers allowing him free use of  it for one year's gas for the Pender Harbour  ~Mini Bust~   ���   EGMONT  Splendid decorations by Diane Silvey and  friends were a feature of the Christmas party ,  held here on December 20,  The dinner was delicious and was  followed by the telling of the Christmas Story  by Egmont School students under the  direction of Ron Fearn.  Pat Logue brought Santa to the party and  another surprise was 'Jake the Peg' introduced by Prank Roosen.  The door prize was won by Gerry Bernhardt. Other prizes won were a centerpiece  by Jean Silvey, a grocery hamper by Angus  Silvey and a decorative basket by Mae  CHILDREN'S PICTURES  All you parents who ��� had your 'children  photographed at the kids Christmas Party  can pick up your picture at the Royal Bank in  Madeira Park-They are fifty cents each.^,  NEW YEAR'S PARTY  ' : As|J write this on the first day of the new!  year, the sun is streaming through our  windowsJKhatajiiagnULCiMd^JJiajLe^a.  -��� i  \  problem though, I'm supposed no remember  everything mat'weni-onratrmeJ^ew^YeaE^:  I  Bathgate.  WELLDONE  Apropos of, the unfortunate accident  ���which Caroline Jeffries had Christmas  morning, I was talking, to an eyewitness,  about it and while many good people deserve  credit for their participation in her rescue  from the' wreck he was high in his praise of  Linda Curtiss and Bob Prest.'  He said they did, a wonderful job of  keeping the,trapped girl calm and reassured  while the rescue work went on. It is heartening to know that we can rely on so many  fine people in any emergency. Well done to  all of you.  WILI, YE NO COME BACK AGAIN?  Christmas was a hectic time in the 'Wee  Hoose' oh Lagoon Road this year. Seven of  our relatives came from Vancouver to spend  a few days with us. Like the wise men of old,^  they came bearing gifts. (If they hadn't I  would have turfed 'em out.) Joke! Joke!  Honest! Anyway, as Marge said it was the  best Christmas we ever had. I couldn't agree-  more. ��� -       .     ���  Our company consisted of Marge's twin  sister Margaret Bell and husband Maurice  and another sister Vi Mallett and husband  Dave. Two nieces, Karen Devlin and Wendy  Heyman and Wendy's wee daughter Bron-  wen. Karen's boyfriend Dan Mercer rounded  out the group. Dan sings and plays a mean  guitar and entertained us royally. We all  sang along with Dan and played it back on  the new tape recorder I got from Marge and  Famine relief   ������  Contributions towards the relief of the  hungry In Bangladesh may bo sent to tho  Treasurer, The United Church of Canada, 05  St. Clair Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario M4T  1M8.  Please mark the envelopes 'Hunger',  Parly in the Community Hall in Madeira  Park last night and early this morning. Oh  boy, Pm eyen having trouble remembering  my own name today.  Say, before I get too involved I have to tell  you this. Marge went out for a walk this  morning and returned home with a wallet  she'd found containing one hundred and  seventy dollars. That's thei goodnews, how; Uli  for. the bad. She ignored my whimpered plea  of 'finders, keepers' and gave it to local  policeman Bill Van De Braak. Oh well, win  some lose some as they say. The party?  Right, it's coming back to me nbw.  . The festivities started for us when we  accepted an invitation to the Dribnenki home  before the party started. ; 1  There was a very nice group of people' -  present including most of our local firemen. .  Around ten p.m. we started to break up and  leave for the party. Marge and I left first and  were hardly on the highway, driving slowly  because of the wet misty conditions, when a  group of vehicles flashing their lights roared  past us. I was still muttering about crazy  drunken" drivers when we got to the hall.  Then we heard the fire siren. What happened  is this. Seconds after we left the house they  got a fire call and the so-called 'crazy  drivers' were the firemen charging to the fire  hall. (My apologies, boys)..,..,.;  Fortunately it was only a chimney fire out  on Frances Peninsula so the boys made it to  the party well before midnight. We are  surely fortunate to have such a dedicated  group of men. Let's never take them for  granted.  The party swung uptoMdnight with it's  traditional 'Auld Lang Syne', then went  crashing into 1975 to the blasting rhythms of  the 'The Blues Kazoos'.  This band really socks out the music and I  musl confess it was a little too much for my  ears, the happy revellers seemed to thrive on  it. There was an excellent buffet supper on  hand and most took advantage of it.  Us old folks went home around 2 a.m. but I  understand the party carried on jmuch longer.  than that.. Thanks go to the hard working  people of the Community Club who put the  show on and who are no doubt facing the  mammoth clean up job as I am writing this.  In closing, my thanks go out to all the nice  folks who helped me produce this column last  year. Let's make it bigger and better this  year.  \.  J. i  ��*  op  ��� 1  "HAVE YOU been a good girl?" Santa  Claus asked this unidentified young lady  at the Firemen's Christmas Party in  Pender r|arbour. After assuring the  jolly old man she had been, Santa  presented her (and everyone else at the  party) with a bottle of wine.  Cigarette smoking is a healthy heart no-  no. Ask your local Heart headquarters.  Want to know the warning signs of heart  attack and stroke? Write B.C. Heart  Foundation, 1881 West Broadway, Vancouver, V6J 1Y5.  GIBSONS ��� The provincial government lias  authorized village council to start planning a  student summer employment program for  1975.     0   ,( ......  Last year, the municipality hired over 20  secondary school students under the  department of labor's SWEEP program,  under wh|eh the province re-imbursed the  village for wages paid to the students.  In a letter submitted to council's Dec. 17  meeting, a department of labor spokesman  said ttye SWEEP program would probably be  repeated in 1975. *  Although final guidelines had not been  established on the type of work allowable  under the scheme, he authorized council to  make tentative long-range plans along  similar lines to the 1974 SWEEP program.  Aldermen said theywere happy with the  projects completed by students last year  under SWEEP and said the federal wharf  and Gibsons Athletic Association would be  priorities for student workers in 1975.  On Thursday, January 9th  one of our representatives  will be at  Sunnycrest   Motel,   Gibsons    [9-11:30 a.m.]  'Bella Beach Motel, Sechelt [1-3:00 p.m.]  Tel:    886-9920     [Gibsons]     885-9561  [Sechelt]  O  ��G|j83[lB0SSOiGG>C03roCXJtEfe^  WMJi  WW.  145 West 15th Street,  North Vancouver, B.C.      Tel: 980-6571  ttBBWaWSSSWMB^^  .CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Church services are hold each Sunday  at 11:15 am, in St. John's United  Church,,, Davis Bay, ,by an Informal,  Group of Christian Scientists,  Everyone welcome  Phono 805-9778 or 888,7082  fy  l<IHMHmniMHIIMMIUIMMIIIItllMMIIHIIIII>l>MIHIIMIIIIIir  Tho Unltod Church  of Canada  St. John'* United Church - Vayk flay  Sunday Service* - 9i30 a,m.  Qlbtoni Unit��d Church  Sunday Sorvlcw ��� 11:15 a,m',  MINISTRY!  Rov, Jim Williamson, Q||��on��, 1106.2333  ClMMIIIIIMIIIMil<MMHIUIIMMIII��IMMIH<IHIMMIIIUMI <"  a  a)H@ww  ^������*��fc  ma ^^sl p*"^ f^ n  V  The n^w electric rate increases will affect only those B.C. Hydro customers who:  1. are on non-residential rates, and '   "\    /'  2. were not affected by the rate Increases announced last Julyv  R01AI CATHOLIC CHURCH  Sunday Services  s��cM��l  ��� Holy Family  Sfit.nl 6p,m,  Sunday a| 9 a,m.  Qlbionii  ��� SI, Mary's  Sun, at 11 ".in,  wujr ��i -f u,m, *��.  Pastors Rov, Fathor E, Lohno��J!  008.9636  "Qronl tonm, Homollto XL-ii> and mini WINCH,  An oxcollonl, llnhlwolrjhl nnrl poworlul oomblnnllon to  nnniot hunlora nod llioso In noocl o( pulllnrj powor, Curry thin  tonm to hnvn porlftblo, poworlul holp noltlnn vohloldn  through mud nnd anow ond to movo numb ovor dlfiloull torrnlrv,  ,    8oo It lor yourooll, Got a troa domonalrftilon  nt your Momolllo donlor today,  i  ST. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  CHURCH, Socholt  SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY:  a? 30 bin! 10 n.Tn, ;  SUNDAY SCHOOLt |0 ��.m,    i  THE REV. N, 4. OODKIN, B83-2Q40  SECHELT  ��� CHAIN SAW ��TOK  CowrlQ Street 885^S2S  i  i  Higher interest, labour and material costs have forced B.C. Hydro to increase  electric rates for all categories of customers. When new rates were announced in  July, most non-residential customers were not affected because their rates were  still under review. This review has now been completed.  In 1962, a single rate was established for all residential customers served from ���  Hydro's Integrated transmission system. The latest changes basically establish a  single rate for 12 existing non-residential categories.  HOW MUCH:  About 100,000 customers will be affected by the changes, The overall average  Increase in rates for these customers Is approximately 18%'/Some customers such  as small stores and common use In apartment blocKs will receive Increases less  than 18%.  Custorners experiencing the larger Increases are customers using larger volumes  of electricity who have been purchasing these larger volumes at lower rates.    ,  Set out below Is the rata (1220-appllcable only in Zone I) which will apply to  approximately 80,000 of the non-resldentlal customers whose electric load normally falls below 35 kilowatts. , , '  , Roto;  For n period of two months:  First     200 kwh por period <�� 4,77o por kwh  J. Next   1800 kwh por period @ 3,27o por kwh  No*t, 12000 kwh por period �� 2,37o,por kwh  All pddltlorwl kwh por period @ 1,32c por kwh  Minimum Chdrao:  Sovon dollnro ond fifty conta ($7,60) for a porlod of two montho,  Information about tho now ratos for othor cuafomors Is available at Hydro's district otfloos,  All rate changes (except for Irrigation customers) will become offectlvo with tho flrat  full billing,period after December.31,1974, Forlexamplo,a cuatonior.billed op;<*.b|;.  monthly basis will flrat see an adjustment on tho March or April 1976 bill, The now  rate for Irrigation customers will be effective In March 1975,  WliWWMMiBillM^ PageJH.,,  The Peninsula Times t>,  <;iW,  Wednesday, January 8,1975  p   Presented by Sunday School....  ���i \  *s  x.  V  *  ���^  /.  A.  r^.  -���������'*;  ... *,_._  BY REV. WILBERT-ERICKSONJ  A delightful; ChHstmas program, ?  reminiscent of Christmas concerts of earlier  days, sunder the direction oi Mr.' TJavid'  Foubister and his Sunday school staff,1 was.  presented ,Sundaymorning, Dec. 15, fey the  chddien of Bethel -Baptist Sunday school,  Sechelt The Pioneer Girls had a part in the  ��� OjtherSJhave Comer. Wemust Corner The -* ~\  GIBSONS��� New president of Gibsons  Wildlife ��lub is Bud Beenian. He was elected  at the group's recent annual jgeneral  meeting. ..,'.'  - Vice president is Ray Delong, wiljh Mrs.  Martin Buchanan as secretary and Don!Head  as treasurer. Steve Holland is past president.  _^-MembersJwere-electedJoJhe_follOHdng_  positions: membership, Andy Anderson;  building and grounds, Fred Cotton, Pat  Horyath; .newsletter, Bud Beeman; junior  program, v^ Affidy^Anderson, Steve-Holland]-  wnse'n/iatioh' officer,.-John Hind-Smith,  Martiri Buchanan; entertainment, Wayne  Skinner.  Bar and film coordinator, Lome Gregg;  range officers, Ray Delong, Louis Rowland;  iderson: rushing  congretatibh had a part as well, as everyone  joined iii singing the lovely Christmas carols.,  Ava 4an4i^nd,Mjtr:| Slack played the-'  offertory on saxophone^ and trumpet.      '-���]  The White Gift offering was presented by/  the children in small bags and hung on the  Christmas-free. These gifts, will go to assist -  program, too. -^ (;/;.'; _t]two..nur^,es:who;_have reeentty^ opened a  'Come to the Saviour'^;was the themei.pf    Sunday ������school in Tnuvik, N.W.T.  the program. Diana Peters was narrator.  The program was in six parts ��� Prophets  tell 6f His Coming;-' His "Coming, The  Shepherds Come, The Wise men iparne,  Continuing education ,..  Light refreshments were served following  the  program  when   the   church   family  mingled and got to know one another better'  over a cup: of tea.  * i-  ,*'������  ,->  derby co-ordinatbrs, Fred Holland, Steve  Holland"        ; ~~  byARGOSHEEN  Headquarters at .Seoview Market,,^,  Roberts Creek   ' ^  10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  ���lyionday tOrSatu rday���  BY KARIN jiOEMBERG,  886-2225'. .   ���J-  PENDER HARBOl%-The, Pender Har>,  toiii;'a^eWMs��6me'newesciting courses this  semester.      ,viv .   4   -V        %     '  BEAT THE BUDGET is'the name of the  game for 1975. Increased^ food prices and  inflation are reaUties, and the calendar  distributed by the Department of health tells  ' us in cleat language;:tifctajjetbetter{care--e��;  . ourselvesv?JCTabriel^ a  course to *^^;.^e^^^^hfM5rJ>." ~  Emphasisi5fbhJ(le��eKphg i|: v .  the creative abilities of'te-hbrneESaker in  four essential areas: buying of meats,  poultry, and fish;, utiUza^qn^f-; fresjli  vegetables and fruits; dietary" doys and  don'ts, and creating "gourmet dishes" from  leftovers. It is a 20 hour course, beginning  tonight and held every Wednesday 7:30-9:30  p.rriSat Pender Harbour Secondary School,  Home Ec Room.  Bruno' Dombroski's popular Woodshops  continue every Wednesday and Thursday 7-9  p.m. and Jack Tiernan instructs Badminton/  for Seniors every Monday 8-10 p.m.  A new course in Batik has just been  started by Jackie Lalpge. The students meet  every Monday 7:30 at Pender Harbour  Secondary School, Home Ec. Room.  , In Madeira Park Elementary School  thr^e courses start tonight and go on every  Wednesday for 10 weeks.  , A pew course in Painting with oil or water  colors starts at 7,(30 p.m. with Ada Priest as  the, Instructor. She would like to see  everybody who is interested in painting,  regardless|6f*��ge and j?reyip,us experience.  * Ron DowlaswiU'starjt Jh)s discussion type  * class iri S6c|ial, Psychology' for Itoose interested :;ih)jeichangm^^  whatever" subject; is interesting. The instructor has .a Ph.D. in Social Psychology,  and he is happy, to share his knowledge with  pthers, but' he does not believe in the  traditional classroom procedures where the  �� teacher stands in front of -the students and  lectures -on^' a subject:' Two-way-  communication "is the code word for this  . class, that,starts at 7 p.m.  ,m^^WB. u?g.- .V. PhillipBest continues his French Con-  versation at 7 p.m. and new students are  welcome.  The Band practices every Thursday  under the direction of Mrs. Florence  Prescesky.  ���#..<������*��� - ������ ���  MINOR HOCKEX in Pender Harbour  got a boost recently from the Pender  Harbour Hotel Shuffleboard Club.JJere  Bill Van De Brayalj accepts a cheque for  $60 from Marge Campbell and Sue  jKammerle. The money^was raised by  the shuffleboard club at the turkey  shoot. Later Van De Braak received a  cheque for $100 from Edwin Reid also to  aid minor'hockey, development.  asjas  TOS-fOR THE WEEK  ���January 8 to January 1 -  at Point Atkinson  ��� Not to be used for navigation ���  For 'greenhorn' Inlet pioneers  8  0400  14.2  V  0610  15.2  WE  0830  11.9  SA  1125  11.5  1315  14.0  1540  13.5  2100  2.9  2305  2.5  9  0445  14.8  12  0645  15.2  TH  0950  11.9  SU  1205  11.1  1410  13.8  1615  13.3  2145  2.6  i  2340  2.8  in -  0530  ��� .15.2-  43  0710  15.2=  FR  1030  11.8  MO  1235  10.7  , 1450  13.6  1705  12.9  2220  2.5 |  14  0010  3.2-  ru  0735  15.1  _  1310  10.1   j  1755  12.5  '  BY MARY TINKLEY  ^ishennenr-boatbuilrJers-andTioggers, alt  ���hardy types, experts at handling boats and  Cofollers cr@nfe  di��ersion while  thieves at work  DAVIS BAY ��� While two young Christmas  carollers were serenading the occupants of  the Roger Hqcknell home Dec. 21, two accomplices casually walked in through the  back door and; stole the family's stock of  Christmas 'cheer', police told The Times.  In all,, the tuneful thieves made off with  four bottles of wine, a bottle, of vermouth,  four bottles of cola and a ca^e-and-a-half of  beer.     '  ��� '.    ' ' "\ f'   ,  After   a   brief   investigation,   RCMP  "for a public park.TSft to see therapids at  their most awesome, the visitor should check  |used to the hard and lonely life of the coast,    for a big tide such as can be found in June  ji   They looked upon us as the greenest..^),;.and shoujd^n to be; at thesite^bout jbalf-  Igreenhprns, totally unfitted for the pioneer    way between low-and high slack. Times of  recovered the liquor  culprits, all juveniles.  and'/Identified  the  WEJ5T' SECHELT - A sea lion made an  unscheduled stop on the beach here ond  , residents wish It would go away,  ���tho dead sea Hon washed up on tho beach  January 2 and tides since then have pushed It  farther, up onto tho beach. Residents in the  iiron are becoming concerned tho animal  may become a health hazard, , ,  Son, Lions fall under federal jurisdiction, a  spokesman for the Pacific Biological station  in Nhnalmo told Tho Times, The Times  contacted federal fisheries officer Ray Kraft  ���who1 said ho would look Into tho possibility of  getting the animal removed. '  ^ Tho sea Hon Is about ton foot long and has  _,.���.^.,^^������^tti<l woi'glit"t>f lUxmt 1)00 poiuidHr "'  "1 donH linvo lllo facilities to move tho  animal," Kraft snld^'whol wo need Is a good  snmnrltnn to corno along In a boat, throw a  lino around It and pilllit off the bench,"  It was on a June day in 1947 when we  boarded a boat train at Euston Station,  London, as the first step of a plan to spend  our retirement years in Canada.  For Charles Tinkley, it was the lulf ilment  of a Uf e-long ambition. As a boy he had read  "Settlers in Canada' and from that time it  had been his dream to emigrate to Canada  and farm; but fate.whose hand so often  moves us around like pawns in a chess game,  decreed otherwise. Through 46 years, while  he worked in the treasurer's office of the  Southern Railway, he never lost sight of his  dream and when at last he retired, and the  end of the war again made travel possible,  we sold our home in Surrey and undertook  the greatest adventure of our lives.  As the'train sped through the English  midlands, we discovered that the couple  sitting opposite us.were Canadians returning  to British Columbia and we listened to all  they could tell us about their lovely province    _t lnto narv0west part of the Skookum  on the Pacific coast.Before.the train reached   ^huck< ^    hurried away in their boat  Liverpool, we had heard for the first time  about the Sunshine Coast and we had made  our first Canadian friends; for our com  Pioneer 1073.14" bar and chain.  Reg. $149.95  Special:ifIjya  MERCURY OUTBOARD  SALES & SERVICE  ���  life we had chosen, but they were unfailingly  ���helpful and there was always a salmon for us  twhen they came home from fishing or a roast  of venison when they had brought down a  Meer.  i   '  .HAZARDS  >f. They never tired of warning us about the  hazards of the Skookumchuck and stressed  ���that the tide book must be our bible and that  jbnly a fool would take a boat through to  ���Egmont without checking for a favourable  'tide. To drive home their warning, they  "planned a practical lesson. ,One day in June,  when big tides were running, Sam and  Harriet Pemberton took us In their fishboat  and precisely at low slack, landed us at  "Rowland Point, a moss covered rock jutting  tides at the Skookumchuck are more than an  hour later than at Point Atkinson.  ftRCURYUND  'SEcMEtiT'"^      -'^ 885-5*426  PENDER .HARBOUR-a-/52 year old  Madeira Park woman was fdund'drowhed In  Paq Lake Dec, 22,  Her body was sighted from a helicopter  called in from Victoria to aid police In a fulk  scale search for tho woman,,  Adeline Bourne was reported missing by  her son, Ken, of tor she loft her mobile homo  on foot Doc. 21 and failed to return,  Tho helicopter brought trnckor dogs to Uio  search area and had Just taken off to circle  the scone when tho pilot spotted Mrs,  Uourno's body,  ,�����CoronQr1,JohnJlnrvey,has,.not jot.���an-  nouncod whether an Inquiry will bo called.  Sechelt lanes      seeks jtltliors  liYklny night Hull & Chain \ John Kelly (IRQ  (23Qk 211), 2011): (lien Clark (140 (255, 247)i  Wayno IMiuio 021 (2711); Jim Wood 271; Polo  Sopow '244i Vie Sallow 231) .-llubhlon  LVolithton 22��; Klloon Kiu'oMnoh 22;i,  (UBSONS ^ Gibsons Wildlife Club Is on tho  lookout for now members for Hfl Junior  pVoKnun,  Tho junloro, botwoon 12 and 10 yonra of  uko, lourn marksmanship, flronrmit safety,  panlons were Ted and Frances Cook who  were later to become our neighbours at  Halfmoon Bay, However, when .the Cooks  told us the Sunshine Coast could bo reached  only by boat, we decided It would be too  isolated for people like us who had lived most  of our lives In a big city.  Wo visited tho great cities of the east and  as our train journeyed for five days and  nights across wilderness and prairie, and  through the Rockies, wo realized the,beauty  and tho vastnoss of Canada. But It wasn't  until the last morning In the train, when we  raised tho blinds of our sleeping compartment, that we new our search had not  beep In vnln.,Wo were somewhere up tho  Fraser Volley and wo gazed out at a scene of  such greenness and tranquility, that Charles  murmured 'Thls.lfl HI"  MOSTISOMTERr ���',"  But wo did not make our homo In tho  Feasor Valley,' Strange as It may Hoom,-not  only <Hc| wo settle on tho beautiful Sunshine  Const, but wo bought a property at Dorlston,  ono of Its loneliest and most Isolated settlements on Socholt,Inlet. Wo bought an  eighteen foot boat which was to bo our only ���  means of transportation for tho next six  years, Socholt, our nearest town, was sixteen  miles south by' water ond to roach tho post  offtno and store at Rgniopt, four mllos to tho  north, wo had to nnvlgato tho Socholt Unplds  or Skookumchuck Narrows,  Skookumchuck Is a Chinook Indian word  tnoanlnR "strong water", for, nt those  narrows whon a big tla\> In running, U��o water,  i<t��MtMiNii��'��U  onuoolng, hiking and a wide rango of other   hurls Itself throunh tho channel llko a raging  outdoor mIvIUh,  .��� Andy AudWnoi\ Is tho cottch,   '���  Pnronta tntorvntoil lit ojirolHiiit tholr  children in tho Junior urogram should have  Uwm attontt ^ono of faw Juniors1 r��Kulnr  i Monday luooUutm. Thoy run |frw�� 7 |��,u\, to 0  p.u\, nt tho (IUwouh WIHtUCo Club oIiiuUounv  oi\UlKh\v��ylOVw^W^%vVWW'OfUwtwy,  monster, Tho reason for this turbulence in  thtU tho ontrnnco tu.tho inlot Is a bottlonook  both In vvUHhimd depth, Uoro tho twtrmllo  Inlot narrows to BOO foot ��t\d tho depth la an  Httlo na six fwthouvUu plwcoa, while much of  tho inlot UhvK mw\m �� dopth of 1(50 fnthotus,  (IHIQKNIIOnNH  Tho vouununlty at IVuiston wtw ��\ mm\\  ono rouHlMtlnn ol tlu\ M & W l.t>HHh��H wunp  Now l'rou\ Ualhtuu'k, tkHvruHvw pht^uoH  opwH h,v t'harHo MvUoruud and four  tu.hrlim �� m\\h\ i\ \\m\M w <i Utliv color  IwwUIvn, tlw (HhuowH, thv <HwtUw, Ww  Into your world, MM itvu'n, Nv^lwll, tVtul^vtouK and U�� *Svhtwtt��, "Vl��v�� iu.v�� wwvu  before the tide turned, for during the hext  seven hours, there would be enough water  pouring through the narrow channel to raise  'the tide sixteen feet throughout the twenty  mile length of the Inlet and its two branches.  '���, For a short while, the water was  ominously still and peaceful.  Gradually there was a movement of water  ^towards the Inlet, slowly at first, then  Speeding up faster and ever faster. When It  reached its full force, It swept down Into a  trough, llko a tiger crouching for the spring,  ���then climbed up to break Into a white fury.  Swirling water formed into whirlpools which  dragged everything which came within  roach Into their vortexes. Hugo logs, carried  'along by tho tide, wcro swung (iround and  drawn downward out of sight as It thoy wore '  ,'no more than mntchstlcks,, I   ���  IJIAMPAGING  :; Sitting there on tho Vock, only throe foot  ijfrohn tho rampaging waters, wo nto our  ���picnic supper and thought about tho throe1  [Anderson.sisters, who Jiind disappeared  jflurlrig one of those Wg Juno tides, Jimt��low  years previously, Nothing hud over boon  'found of thorn oxcopt their wrecked boat nnd r  jh straw lint floating on tho wntor, If thoy had  misread tho tide book nnd tried to go through  jyvhon a tldo such as thin was running, it was'  ;��asy to understand that thoy novor stood a  chnnco, ' ,  r As tho tide abated and the water grew  calm again, the Pomborton'a fishboat up-  ioorod around tho bluffs to pick us up, After  iur seven hour losson, wo wore sobered by  )\o thought of tho treacherous stretch of  mtor which wo would have to navigate nt  lionet once n week to got stores and mall,  1 One thing we know "for sure; wo would  jnoybr take ohancen with the Skookumchuck  �� tot pit our puny strength against such ruthless .  power m we had witnessed' on that Hthnuuer  jmernoon, ,  IjlAHY NOW "'  \ Nowudnya It In eany for any resident or  |eurl"t to wUuohn Oil^'lunwdve night,  mm I** u ^>(\ WiwWopptHi row\ m U\x w\  |nituottt,tvotu where \s% mllenof trull takv^  p \H\n vlttM t�� the viewpoint l>w��We the  . ikeoKvuuvluu^ whlvh \m t\ow \m\\ m\ phle  "hi  ^ruft.    aOi  BREAKFAST: 8:00 a.m. to 10;OQ a.m. daily  LUNCH: 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. daily  ^  !���!  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January 8.1975 the Peninsula Times PaeeB^5  ilaUim'lMflaupvuuanaana|^unuavn.ullllltul', jaifiiutiii��iiuHiiiiiU'lfi"*aajBUHiriUfi<i��i"WlliiiiBrl��it3L,ill��niwiU!'Liumii.*anuft'  *   i  Jl      ~  f  /  iL^M&'&if&ii  9:T9 p.n. Co l:"y <-r*.  SATURG&AY, JANUARY llfth  F"MW���,^"M��"f^^fffflfl^��^"^fWtfW��fflrifOTIWWBIMlltnni^^  @��ot In Liv�� Sn$��stainm��iirt  W��M.  ^*-  IN THE FUN'  Highway 101 ���- Cover Charge ��� 886-2472;  ^���*����M,  "**���,  Jack Nicholson, who has appeared in  screen roles looking like a battered Raggedy  ���^AndjHhrowawayTgets to discard the tattered  rags and assimilate a style much closer to his  off-screen personality ��� a sophisticated and  elegant fashion-conscious gentleman in his  role as a Thirties detective in "Chinatown."  ��� Nicholson plays an elegantly attired  private eye opposite Faye Dunaway in  Paramount Pictures' "Chinatown," a Robert  Evans production directed on Los Angeles  locations by Roman Polanski ("Rosemary's  Baby").  Ahthea Sylbert, who designed Nicholson's  Fifties clothes in "Cardinal Knowledge," has  created a 1937 wardrobe featuring three-  piece, double breasted suits with chalk  stripes,  half-belted,  action-back  jackets,  wide-knee pants, peaked lapels, wing-tip  shoes and lots of hats. In a bedroom scene  with Faye, Jack wears maroon silk pajamas  with initialed cuffs.  It's a sumptuous and welcome change of ..  look for Nicholson, who hasn't had much of a  fling at fashion in most of his movie roles ���  thei alcoholic Southern lawyer with wrinkled  seersucker suit in "Easy Rider," the  unkempt oil rigger iri "Five Easy Pieces" or  the uniformed sailor in "The Last Detail."  Off-screen Nicholson is quite fashion-  conscious and shops at the chic men's stores.  He arranged to keep his "Chinatown"  wardrobe after filming was completed* "I've  been wearing this stuff for years," he  commented.  A 4 1  f ��� \  W*jyt^wwe��f<����^w.<6rra                        attftv^. i u#* �� *h**&*���***  *     *                t                      I**'*  -��              **  �����- tt  i***-*** *��� js*�� *  ���HSW��������                    *      Ir*          ft-        ^     V    T      4   I              r/  r  ?  If  V  mmim***���  t***&"���*���/���"�������>,' **mf iwwwi fr*^*! vm wyfji ���" tw<mm��'      -t^r *i*w-* j���  r��  ���A  *  .  4,  t  t  7^  &  3  J,  1  I*  *  Afiilm society......  EL TOPO proved to be too much of an  ordeal for about half a dozen of the audience  Se^eft^efore^e^tim^nded^-For-alHvho-  stayed, viewing the film proved to be a  demanding experience in a way similar to  and yet more extreme than seeing LAST  YEAR m MARIENBAD or THE DISCREET  CHARM OF THE BOURGEOISIE.  Few if any of the audience were not ���  possibly still are ���grasping for connections. Thematically, the film was a  stunning Biblical allegory, somewhat akin to  a Christianized SATYRICON in the guise of a  Western.    The violence, although often shocking  if ^wlth gallons of blood spurting yards into the  air after almost every gunshot was so .far  removed from anything more than a  caricature that I could not take it seriously  enough to be, offended or even unduly  disturbed by it; ���' *" "  For me, it was simply one of the film's  many passages into the rather murky realm  of the surreal. Had the film been here longer  than a single engagement, I would certainly  have seen it again,  ���  BELLE DU JOUR is not, however, so  , classified because of any violence or gross  sexual simulations, but rather because of the  subject matter the essence of which' is a  housewife's engagement with the oldest  profession on a part-time basis for some  extra spending money.    '   ' -    ,  Like nearly all of the Film Society's  presentations, BELLE DU JOUR is not at all  suitable for children. It Is an amusing film of  great charm which Elliot Stein In Sight and  Sound called, "a masterpiece, < technically  Bunuels most accomplished free-flowing  work. ..the many faceted and perfect  Golden Bowl which crowns a life's work,"  Please note that this film will be playing  Wednesday, January B (tonight), Next  week's film, ALEXANDER NEVSKY will bo  screened on Tuesday, January 14.  ALEXANDER,NEVSKY was tho first  sound film by Sergei Elsensteln nnd tho only  one he completed In Russia (in 1038) during*  Uio pro-war decade. Tho film Is nn historical  spectacle set In thirteenth century Russia  when   tho   Novgorod   Prince   Alexander  freeing tho Russian people from tho  Mongolian yoko. This masterpiece became ��  symbol of Soviet unity In Uio face of.tho Nazi  menace, !     *  Tho film features tho most famous of all  Soviet actors, Nlcolal Chorkassov, In the title  role, Tills splendid romantic actor was also  featured In Elscnstcln'a incomplete IVAN  THE TERRIBLR ns well as In DON  QUIXOTE which the FllnySoclety acrconed  In Its Sunday afternoon series four years ago,  An with STRIKE, OCTOBER and THE  BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN, Eisenstein's  cameraman was the renowned Eduord Tisse  ^Irosernuck eye and brilliant choiee~of~shotr  especially in action photography, had been  amply demonstrated while he served as  newsreel cameraman-in the service-of the  Russian revolution. He knew precisely which  lens would bring the right degree of tone,  while his filters turned summer into winter  for the famous 'Battle pn the Ice' in  ALEXANDER NEVSKY.  In addition to the spectacle so well captured by Tisse's superb camerawork and  Cherkassov's fine performance in the title  role, ALEXANDER NEVSKY features the  brilliantly integrated musical score of Sergei  Prokofiev. The composer exploited to the full  the possibilities of his medium and communicated to the screen picture a contemporary' view of the historical incidents.  The collaboration between the director and  the composer was so close and Prokofiev's  musical expression so overpowering that  Eisenstein composed parts of his film on the  basis of the'music, reversing the usual  procedure. Thus, in the course of a year's  collaboration, a work arose worthy of both  their names.  Please note the remaining films for  January are alternatively on Wednesday and  Tuesday as follows: , THE DEVILS  (Restricted: Warning Religious documentary, brutal and .terrifying) will, play on  January 22, THE WORLD OF APU on  Tuesday, January 211.    ,  Thereafter, Film Society screenings will  be on Tuesday evenings rather than Wednesdays with the single exception of  KAMOURASKA which Is scheduled to play  on Wednesday, March 26.1 am sorry If these  changes Inconvenience any of our patrons.  " Sechelt and District Chamber jorCom-  merce has added two new members.  At the last meeting Wes Klaus of Sechelt  Western Drugs and Barry Innes of Sechelt  Taxi were accepted as new members.  In other Chamber of Commerce news,  Morgan Thompson; head of the tourist  committee, will be approaching the mayor of  Gibsons about sharing in the cost of printing  the Sunshine Coast black books, aj! color  brochure distributed locally and in other  centres for tourist information.      ,  Thompson is to make his report at the  next regular meeting. Ifthe village of Sechelt  will not share in the cost, Thompson said,  then it was doubtful the book would get  printed. ' ���..,-.������     .; -  Under the plan, half the printing cost  would be picked up by the government and  the remainder locally. That would amount  to $1,566 each for the chamber and for Gibsons. That would bring 20,000 copies of .the  booklet to the Peninsula.  , IT NEVER rains but it pours, especially  'iii Carry On movies. This scene is from  barry On Girls, the twenty-fifth in the  series of highly successful carry-on  movies. 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SECHELT  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (1971) LTD;  Wharf A Dolphin Srr*x��t��, S*ch��lt > K>  r  itw*tmnr*9*t^if*  ;  /=*���   _.  -V"*  ���M  V. :-  /^  /  /  ^,  ��    r  t  i  r  \  -  W  X  WeTtMnBWa Times  Page 8*7  G&yistoqg-hajmp@is ^Iribuled . 7.  i  \  \  %-*  <  a  t\  A  F  ��� -'  �����     !^  /  1  \ V-���l f*   pi"  r  /  ;  j-~i  food hampers, toys and.gifts. ,    "    t, Mother Hiibliai)d\Bakery,and the Jack and  , In their annual bid to brighten the festive  l JM PlaysphpQl.'contributed candy, canes and ���  season  for  the  area's   undeipavlteged,   ? qrange's.Vr f:\ r- -\, V "'  DasKet hampers were donated by  frette'ChiV. ������ - J -   J  Elves were particularly grateful" to  suggested to them by the departn^enjt.of,. rJSeche,lti>gion, Gibsons United-Church and  human, resourcejS'^and other,-community .'tenner's.Furniture store in Sechelt for  J?ryjce ojpjarazatiqns.^_; __ -_u;.j\ _ ���__; Jalfowingius'e.of their premises as a_drop=of f _   ftrChrtetma^Day7the-Elves-passe<H)ut���depot.          ���   rosebuds to1 patients at St. Mary's Hospital. Hamper deliveries were made by vehicles  ' "Atonepoint,saida*spokesman,theiclub supplied'by the following: Len Wray, Jim  was running disasterously low on food items,1 ^Naylor, Wayne JSacco, Tom Godber, Joe  "when ElphmstoneRficreation'Group( came Banner,. Doug Hughes, Matt Ball, Glen  to our rescue with a second, very larg<rcash ��� Macdonald, Bill Hanford, Mike Macdonald  donation."   '       - ���      - -       .f'f""     arid John, Stanway.  Club membeKLdojiate one cent pdr^day , The-Elves spokesman said the club ap-  and-one food-item^r-month towards the -predated the efforts of the many volunteer  annual Christmas.hamper project. Sizeable drivers who made the hamper deliveries  donations of. goods' /and" cash, were ''also from pert Mellon to Pender Harbour,  received - from outside individuals ��-and ', Local'residents interested in joining the  organizations.    \r: ���> ;�� ,  Elves Club and contributing food and gift  Madeira ' Parjr TElementary "'School i items" for next year's "Christmas hamper  students donated jtltfee large boxes of'food , project should write: Sunshine Coast Elves  items, said toe-spokesman, aM^ne '-family - Clubrc-o Gibsons United Church, Gibsons.  contributed 192 tins'of luncheoTfmeatJ ^^The organization is non-profit and non-  Each of the 12ff hampers' contained fruit religious,  juice,��>ffeV:meit,~ fish, jam, niilkj bread,  jcranberrfeSj pickles'/soup, vegetables, fruit,  candy, nutsriShfisljJias pudding, C^iristmas  f  WINDING DP the holiday season in the ���  way they know best are the.Country  Stars Square Dance Club. Thejclttb held  their annual Christmas square dance  December 20 in the Golf aub.fGallers  Maurice-"- Hemstreet- ���*- and 'i Harry-  Robertson were at the microphone to  give the dancers their work-outs.-Here'  a square circles,, %to, ^'Everybody  promenade!1"* - - '" '' vi" i  ^ ,,  warm  yours  Helloi fellow square dancers, relatives  and friends. Here we go into another new  year. With 1974 behind us and 1975 ahead of  us, ^here's hope's of a better year for  everyone, in health,' prosperity  and, of  course, a lot of good clean fun and the only  way that I know of having good clean fun is to  join your closest square dance club. Try it:  Join it and have fun.  i^ Once again the Country Stars squared  three sets at St. Hilda's Church Hall on New  ' Years Eve to square dance out the old year  and square dance in the New Year. This was  done wi^.such;style, grace and a certain  flair, tiiat;^s,.yeaj^Mll be better, square  dance wise, for everyone. I heard one  -corii^ me and that  was we didn't know that we could have so  much funwithout the presence of alcohol,-  , especially oh New Years Eve.  You ask, what re&lly happened on New  Years Eye; Dec. 31 1974? Well, with caller  Harry Rbbertson leading off at 8:30 p.m. with  one of his lively patter calls, The floor came  to lifei with'threesets~of square dancers  really dancmg upa storni. And what with-  Harry arid myself going steady, call for call,  ii was almost a marathon of square dancing  for six hours. Yes we finally had a grand  circle at about twenty to three the next  morning and said Happy New Year to all.  ������������������ We did have one incident that wasn't or  rather didn't qujte work.the way Harry and I  had: planned;'.'You'.'see I had this; piece of  netting;, but when we unravelled the derned  stuff we found that it was only about two feet  wide, so then came the brain wave. Run a  cord thru the,''centrefasten up the four cor-  ners*to make a bigger basket to hold the  balloons, the idea was great, with the centre  cord fastened at ono end with a slip knot with  a balloon on the end hanging down. The Idea  was that Harry at midnight, would jump up,  grab the balloon, take the knot out, then  Cathy Berry at tho other end was to pull out  p1  ��� YOUR    LOCAL    FUNERAL    HOME,  OFFERS A COMPLETE RANGE OF  SERVICES, FUNERAL OR  MEMORIAL, AT MODERATE COST,  ��� THE , LOCAL     FUNERAL     HOME I  HONOURS   THE   CONTRACTS   OF I  **MrTM"'FUNERA,r'""'PtXNS"'';"'"bR^  DESIGNATION', FORMS    OF    ALL  MEMORIAL SOCIETIES.'"  ��� THERE IS NO FEE FOR FILING YOUR  FUNERAL PRE.ARRANGEMENTS OR ,  DESIGNATIONS WITH THE LOCAL  ^NERAL HOME.  ��� CONVENIENCE OF THE LOCAL  (MINERAL HOME IS VERY IM-  fORTANT IN TIME OF NEED. V "  *p<vt frvttftm tH$vtm<tf(** <>#   ~~-~^,^U��l((ltW-fi4o#tt<'~-~'-> ��� "���-'  HARVEY FUNERAL HOPIE  ... 1 Ii ll$3^ft!^ Jit^. ..^  Dan A. Devlin, Oivner-F.lanagcr  - By Maurice Hemstreet 885-3359  the cord thus opening the nuddVof the net.  The theory was good.. The balloons would  naturally fall down.  - But Harry couldn't jump high enough to  get hold of .the balloon that held the knot.  Aftef three trys he made it. By now we were  h&lf way through ,Aulde Lang Syne. He  signalled Cathy to pull the cord out but it  tangled up half way through and the balloons  came merrilly floating down one at a time.  So with one great desperate attempt, Cathy  gave a tremendous pull and down came net,  balloons and all heck broke loose as I  grabbed ^for the microphone as thp^lock  struck twelve, and yelled "HAPPY NEW  YEAR."  -At this timeron behalf of the Country-  Stars square dance club,' a large thank you to  all the ladies that catered to the sit down  dinner. The food was terrific, and.to all  others that helped we are glad you did, so  Happy New Year one and all. This is the end  of this here column.  Board to press  for ccifs eyes  on ilighwiiy 101  The regional boardi wants^fcats eyes' to  watch out for local drivers, ',.'  The board passed a resolution at their last  meeting to press the Deparbjnent of Highways for cat? eyes, centre line reflectors, on  Highway 101 as part of the current highway  upgrading program. '  The suggestion came out jof the board's  planning committee meeting arid was passed  at the regular1 board meeting. ' ,,"',  .The committee recommended the  reflectors saying they were a significant  .safety feature on the highways.  The department of highways had written  a letter to the board stating they were unwilling to Install centre lino reflectors on  Highway 101 as, "there are ronds in the  tower Mainland which would have a higher  priority." ,        '  Tho committee pointed out the maximum  cost of theso reflectors was ^1,000 a mile and  felt, "tho added safety that would result from  their Installation1 la well worth the amount."  Furthermore, tho committee noted, thoy  did ��not" agree -with "the -departmertt'is  justification for not Installing tho reflectors,  AH Hallmark calendars nro now soiling at  half price while supply lusts. Miss Bee's,  Sechelt, "';���..','.  MIKE'S CARPET CARE  iiyARGOSHEBJ  ���\     V,'V  Our services include  >,  carpet & upholstery cleaning  Free estimates and  lonie'demcv1  Call our  ,     . ,        ,������.,    |,', ..-.  ,'...1  .���, ;   ,   ,. . "      f        '���  ElectronicJAriivVering System  ���f��M  )     '  I  ���x   cake, turkey, gifts;! and toys.  Gibsons Volunteer Fire-Department  repaired arid contributed 134 toys 'for the  project.   ''  _   ^-��r^��� j.j..   ' '.'_  The Elves Club pressed thanks to the  following individupls, and oragnizations for  their contributions: ~ ~ ~;  Roberts Creek' Legion,- Gibsons, Lions  ClubrSimpsonsSears, Independent Order of  Foresters, Gibsons Building .Supplies, Ken's  Lucky Dollar, Dan Wheeler Esso,.Gibsons  , Jfre-natal classes are not for ladies only. . should be with her'. We really encourage the^8*"*of Montreal staff, Sechelt Le|iffi,B;c._  . men to come out.'      ,    *A r.  1 k   She said, "actually it's' the exception now  Hilda Costerton of Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit said, "We especially welcome - the  fathers to the classes. One of the men who 'when a woman comes to the class without her  took our classes recently told me. If a man husband. I think they get'a great deal more  wants his wife' to have an easy labour', he    out of the classes when both are present.  :' Mrs. Costerton is one of the two ladies who  will be running pre-natal classes. In Gibsons  tthe classes start January 13 at 7:30 p.m. in  ��> the Coast Garibaldi Health Unit.  ��*   , In Sechelt, classes start January 14 at 7:30  0     n P-m; m Sechelt Elementary. The Gibsons  a ||   . classes will be instructed by Susan Frizzell  ifl and the Sechelt classes by Mrs. Costerton.  They run for, about six sessions, Mrs.  SjCosterton said.  She explained the classes ( dealt. with  ��� "?       7 ^'tritionVth^newba^y, bre'a^f eedihg'; two  .  biflation has taken one more swipe at the   classes oh labour arid even a visit to the  businessman. Effective Dec. 31, B.C. Hydro   hospital.  raised the price of electricity to non-resident ' "We can take any number of people in the  users. -.( , classes,"���she said, "there is no charge for the  According to the power authority; "The   classes, hut there is a 'small charge for  rate adjustments... will provide additional   ^ff^ "  revenue for Hydro to help meet rising costs."  F^ira-iBmploye"es~"at���Langda^e^r'^&heitI���*  Legion Ladies' "Auxiliary, Gibsons-Legion  Ladies'Auxiliary.  Macleods store, Morgan's Men'g Wear,  Campbell's Variety, Alvaro Logging Co.,  Marcraft, Mack's Nursery, Boutin  Bulldozing, Elphlhstone Co-Op, Lethercraf ts,  ,     Wharf St., Sechelt  CO^ItPLETE 8I61Y  :    ���L��A^l^ia SERVICE  Same day service on garments only  if in store before 2:00 p.m.  Hours Tues. thru Sat.  9:00 d.m. ~ 5:30 p.m.  iIC^_^_CLOSEtXftAONDAYS  AGENTS FOR '* tOAST LEATHER &  ,-  SMEDE LTD.   ,  i>*��*v  e.o  ,.i- ,?.0  ^ it  WW  w  sw  m  ���* p��/1   1~)  O   Citation' O  Cameo  O   Merit  O   International  O   Monocrest  ibui  C I  r.\  coffee.'  -���  More information about the classes may  be obtained from the health unit at 886-2228.  Ifelews take  cash* equipment  Between $30 and $40 in change was stolen  from the Homestead Drive-in at Wilson  Small businesses such as stores and  apartment blocks can expect to see an approximate increase of 18 percent on their  next bl monthly billing, said Hydro.  Altogether, about 100,000 customers will be  affected by the price boost.  Non-residential users were unaffected by  Hydro's last rate adjustment in July, 1974,  when increased electricity costs were announced for residential, large industrial and  bulk customers. ,  t> fom/nJeriting ^^.Pe?'ffor ratre changes, ^���k ���r the holTda7s when'thieves entwed  BC. Hydro genera manager J.;Norman the restaurant and broke open a cigarette  Olsen cited increasing costs of financing,    machine '  ^I���^?,ari? ��?^tion*;      .   ; ���,"���' "������ V,. Police said the break-in took place beO  ���t^^t^to)^^^BnAaaa^, ween Dec. 22 and 27, while the restaurant  material costs and interest; rates, we have was closed down  been faced withheavy increases in fuelcosts ".,, M otoscope, used in ear examinations,  and new expenditures^ for environmental Waa reported atolen from ^ emergency  protection measures," he said. room at st< Mary's Hospital on Christmas  ;'''.'.'..'..    ��� 'day.                 ..' ������, ' ,         ���'.!'  ^   -       -           "'/'���''   . hlThe device, valued at $80, was contained  UCOCialatOr Stolen,    ' ^ a small, black, leather case.  o^wnrm    m.i        i.  ,     . .    ���' '" Information about either of the above  ,  SECHELT-TWeves  broke into  Roy thefts should be communicated to the Sechelt  Wagenaars land survey officej0n Wharf :rcmpdetachment. :''.      "���'\  Road shortly after Christmas and mado off .- ,      ,-������..  with a B'omar electronic hand calculator.  . Tlio brcak-ln was discovered Dec. 20.  Police believe the theft took place Dec. 27 or  28. .���'     ','��� ���:���   :;':."... '  Mr  m  fc*S  v.v  v.v  v.v  <m  m  i  eWRREITiS  !  lr      &*   V^  f��J f-  V ** 5* ~'Y{  III NOISEUMS  iii'i Mh it si ��� "iffcn ��� ntir~- 'Bm*'  O  BURLINGTON  O      CELANESE  �� WEST MILLS      #lflpi>ING  O ARMSTRONG      ��  OZITE  O G.A.F.      O ARMSTRONG  ��  FLINTCOTE  p  ft*  v��  ���:v>  1  O TAPPAN      ��  INGLIS ��!$:  O FINLAY O JENN-AIR RANGESii  ^ Ml  Hi.  m  LOCATED NEXT TO WINDSOR PLYWOOD  'iJor Appointment Phone 886-2765  Sftv"  H'flA  .''' 'v  owe  d pZOlstnbal  ops  Oiim  B^X;|SH GIBSONS ' '   f��  ���K'W  Rocyclo thlo Wowopaporl  AIRWAYS LIMITED  P.O. Box 640, Sochclt  Loqvoc Socholt tor Vancouvor & Nanalmo  8:00 am 12:00 Noon 3:00 pm  Loavoi Nanalmo Hqrbour  for Socholt  ��� 0:00 am  12:30 Hoon  '7.W3:3P' pmvr��.'''..'".''  V. > .  Loavoi Vancouvor Harbour  for Socholt  ���* 9:00 am  1:00 pm  3:30 pm  * Dally Excopt Sunday *  Commuters Special $15.00 return  Loavoi. Socholt Monday through Saturday 0:00 a.m,.  And roturnlnQ from Vancouvor3j3u p.m. tho aomo day  Special excursion rate to Nanalmo $18.00 return  '"""TITiaiOO"^��^  rry-rr^::  3 CONNECTING   FLIGHTS   FOR   PENDER .HARBOUR  AND LOGGING CAMPS "j  Porpoise Bay'- Sechelt  Sechelt - 885-2214    ,      Vanceuver - 6854922      \  i Nanalmo - 753-2041  QPIISBHHHflinillliiaMISI^MBinHREinRSSIS  P  Q  ���iu:  tm  on the  mi  .CdlAST  1V-\  mmm��\r  lodel  1'"yEt:  CoBuproi^i^  -vVAf*  ������f(T:4; ,iW QHtYirnqr^phmldt nlr comprosnorn nro  ',i; ���!��� -t'���    dQalQnoi^t^Iprovido usora with tho ulilmnto In  porformfiivp. qulotnooo, olmpllolly nnd  W��l��rift&: . '  : -. -. ,..  ���������*?! ��TM  101. Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2585  mmmntmt  '���<;!V,5."Mi  MM\*tof*faiiimi.r��tiA<!**mum  i fageB-8)  TfliePeninsula Times  Wednesday, January 8,10715  \'<   lJ<'  >>'  tii.,    j i     i.i  i t  :   i4,  i   J 2  '"CV/  w-  ���i'v!  M.  I   �����     I  iL1-    AAs  ���> '" 'S  /  l,<  .<����� I  -���I  PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED photo- supervision x>f Joseph Bouillon^ .who towered church was later destroyed by  graph,   shows  the  interior  of  the purchased 160 acres of land on what was fire. ���   _        _ ^  first church built on the Sechelt Indian to be named Wakefield Creek iri West.        ��� Photo courtesy Vancouver Fublic  Reserve. Our Lady of the Rosary .Sechelt.. Price wars '$160. The twin- Library.  Church was built in 1889-90 under the.  neuons -met; r   / / <    * -^  ���i  ����� t_ ���<_  '.i-  / "  White pioneer helped construct church ..,.  Bundle of 20  t    "^ n    ���h  mii'.VALLEYSTAiEliliO,  ! Fr^#biiWJ4V����:. Jafqr  BY HELEN DAWE,.;-  On Dec. 18, 11389, Mr. Joseph Bouillon  applied to pre-empt land in West Sechelt at  the mouth of a creek then without an English  name, but^known tpday as Wakefield. He  paid the Crown the sum of $160 and on May 2,  1895 received title to 160 acres described as  p.L. 1310, Group 1, N-W.D.; ^ __ _,.__  Lessrthaii rwo^niontiis pl1|3r to~thV^re^~  emption, on Ocx.~26; 1889, Rev. Paul Durieu,  O.M.I., arrived at the village of the  , "SiseheUes'V i.ev&chelts. He brought with  him the building materials to be used in the  . erection of a great twin-towered church  which had been initiated andiinanced by the  notable enthusiasitt;: and energies of the  combined five septs of the Sechelt Indian  Nation;  Father Durieu on that day was ac-  . companiedby three carpenters and by amah  Whom he described as a good ''architecte'V  jM. Joseph Bouillon,' Belgian by/'.birth', The1  'priest's history of the church was published  In the French language in Sept. 1890. The  "dictionary tells me that the French word  .'architects' n>ay /be translated as either,  arthltect or master-builder; but I do not know  into which category Bouillon fell.  Williams 1893 Directory for Vancouver  listed Joseph Boilllon as a contractor at 1320  Seymour Street. Arthur. M. Bouillon was  entered at the same address and described in  the 1892 directory as. a draughtsman employed by Williams Bros, and Dawson/  ,i surveyors and civil engineers, Vancouver.  j   Although I have no, precise evidence that  the Joseph Boulllbh whp 'pre-empted land at  ; Wakefield Creek is Identical With tho Van-'  jy couvcr contractor or the architect referred to  ���In the "Missions" of the Oblate Order, it  wouldsecm reasonable to assume that they  : are ono and the^ same person.  SUPERVISOR  / Under date of May 10, 1933, Rev. Ed.  Malllard, O.M.I., then priest at the Indian  .Mission, Sechelt, wrote a note in answer to a  query made by Major Matthews, Vancouver  City Archivist. Father Malllordsaid that "A  little more than forty years ago Bishop  purlou, uO.M.I,, of Now Westminster, was  blessing anewseminary_��t,^Noy^Wcst-^  "" minster, a ie^  for tho priesthood. Tills seminary had been;  built by tho Sechelt Indians under tho  supervision of a white man, Mr. Bouillon; n  good Frenchman/'  Tine 1890 volume of the Oblato I'Mlsqlons"  states that tho seminary was Inaugurated in  1095 with eight students under tho leadership  of Father Emlle Bunoz. Bishop Bunoz later  wrote an account of Uio occasion In the 1090a  when ho was present In Sechelt1 with Bishop  Durlou at Uio tlrno thq Imllan.pcople dug Uio  ditch which drnffiqd tho low area behind Uiclr,  row of houses fronting on Trail Bay, Many  non-Indians today erroneously refer to thin  drainage ditch as Uio beginnings of an at*  tempted boat canal between Porpolso Bay  and f>echolt. -t __ ,��� ^ w_v..  Tlio churcii whlclii JosephBoiilHon helped  construct wns blessed In Juno 1890 under tho  nnmo Our Lady of tho Rosary nnd th(i nb*  brovlatlon "O.L, of Rosary" was carved In  largo letters above the, main alter. Tho  dedlcnttoff florvfcc^7*"ht'"^SocKcll"���"'woro  described In considerable detail by tho  Vancouver papers, but those, accounts woro  not altogether reliable. Tho Dally 'World  named tho architect as "Mr. A. Boullllon,"  while The News Advertiser caUed him Mr. A.  Boultoh."  Throughout the 1890s the creek running  through Joseph Bouillon's land was known  as Bouillon's Creek, but this local name was  never made official, .Mrs* Ada Dawe, now  close to 8i years of age, can remember that  her father, T.J, Cook, used to take a small  boat up to Bouillon's Creek to obtain water���  when the Cook family's well ran dry in the  summers around the turn of the century.  WAKEFIELD  By1902 W.J.' Wakefield was listed in the,  Sechelt jsectloh. of; the >B.C. Directory.  Throu^the ensuing; years up to 1923 his  occupation was jgiven variously as farmer,  rancher, and hand logger. He was primarily ,  engaged in mixed farming on land beside the  creek inWest Sechelt, where he kept,  chickens;cows and pigs,/Gra^ally local  people substituted the name Wakefield Creek  for the earlier nomenclature.  . hi1193.0 the B.d, Dept^of Lands issued an  official georgraphlcal' gazetter /of the  , province, which still did not list Wakefield  Creek,* HOweyer, the 1953 gazetteer does  include Wakefield Creek, describing it as  flowing SE. and S. into Strait of Gcorglo^ W.  of Sechelt.    , ,<3, ���     ,  In^ mid-August 19JV,Wakefield's neighbours laid,complaints Against him because  his pigs were creatirig a nuisance in their  i vegetable patches. The ��� pigs destroyed  tomatoes, cabbages and potatoes in the  garden of Mrs. Jane Nl^kson, cabbages and  carrots j 'at Fred Deal^ home, and other  produce at; the J. Mclntylpe and Wm. J, Gugln  'properties:/,'.    ,'   , ',v,V���','������'.., ������ ,:/i/;   ������ ',  F.S. Deal and T, Douglas Sutherland were  both sons-in-law of Mrs. Nickson, being  married-respecUvcly to her daughters Katie  and Rena, Major Sutherland, said to have  onco bceh a tea-planter In Ceylon, came to  tho Sunshine Coast after military service  during the First World War;  He ��� purchased tho general storo at  Egmont from Len Bailey, then sold it to  Gftorge Hatashlta in 1921. In 1920 Douglas  ��� SuUierland was ' entered In, the Sccholt.  Directory as a broker, py 1927 bo was a Jgamo  constable for Uio B.C. Provincial Police and  In Uio 1930s ho was a full police constable. In  this capacity ho was well-known from  Seaside Park to tosqueU Island,     '  Major Sutherland employed Hector  McDonald, master craftsman, to build n  beautiful log house at Wakefield Crcok and  resided there for many years,1 During Uio  1939-1045 war ho served in Europe with tho  rank of Lleuti-Colbncl. Ho died on July 0,  1946, survived by his wife and a son, Douglas.  UOENSED  By 1940 Charles F. Reda had converted  the former Sutherland home into a beer  '���  parlour, which he operated under the name   .  of Wakefield Inn until about 1945, when Mr. '  and Mrs. George Wardrope took over as  proprietors. They, employed Mr. Richard  Kliiieas resident mahager^hlltheniselves  visited Sechelt from Vancouver on summer  weekends. Oh June 30, 1956 the Wardropes  gave.a party celebrating .their eleventh  '  anniversary as owners of Wakefield Inn."  jSeyera)[ fainlUes settled near both salt  water and Wakefield Creek during the period  1915-1920. These tacluded Mr. and Mrs. N.L.  Marris at Bingham's Beach, Dr.'& Mrs. Alex  Findlay and their three children just east of  the Bouillon pre-emption, and many others  farther inland wjiose stories should one day  be put on record. Japanese cre^rs had earlier  taken out shingle bolts in the area.       t;  Prior to the;,First World War there was no  road from me/centre of Sechelt village to  Wakefield. In 1912-1913 three students, Louis  Molberg and two Morse boys, walked dally  from; Norwest Bay to the Sechelt school,  travelling along the beach and crossing  Wakefield Creek on a log. They were never  absent and never tardy, Soon the isolation  diminished arid! the B.C. Public Works  Report for the year April 1916 to March 1917  reported that a bridge 50 ft; by 14 ft. had been  installed over .Wakefield Creek.  TRUE PIONEERS u  Of course It was the Indian people of  Sechelt who were the true pioneers. Visitors  to the Centennial Museum In Vancouver can  see there an ancient mortuary stone know)pi  .officially as the! Sechelt Imago. This Is "a  carylng pecked in igneous rock of a squatting .  human figure whose arms clasp a child in ���  front. Several accounts exist as to the origin  of the image. One legend has It that an Indian  boy was playing on Uio beach at Wakefield,  where ho was captured by a raiding party  from upcoast., When his motij/er learned ?of  Uio child's death she drowned herself, The  grlef-strlcken husband had a likeness of hla  wife and son carved as a momorjol. ���      ,  On Stirling Arm at Spront Lnko a flno  donation of 130 acres of wooded land to bo  named Fossil Provincial Park has been  made by Mr, and Mrs. F. Armour Ford *?t  Port Albornt, Besldo having 5,000 feet of Jako  frontage with sandy benches It is traversed  by a creek having an Impressive wnter fall.  r*V'     <�� A ���\  k-  -':��� /,t/ <>  .���*   *  ii.  !��������������,  lb.  9  .   ���   ���  .  ���  ���  '  *   .   ..��...��  /     I  " / ��� a- VJ 9^    ' ���  CARNATION  1^ ^   SHOO  ^2 lb. .. Jforl  YORK  12 oz. .. .s&a for i  YORK  EAtPiEs;���x��co.r.��:.....  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