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 . AV>4, iU\tl  t^n  irs��rt">�� t. ns^HafeS.--, /;'  *  *' I "'   >   ' >' t       A"-    r    ,*     ��*'  rf     .WifS'viW  MAWNA/883-��#7'���   CAFI B^tt**, k  "\ I \  204- West 6-tb Ave.      '-j/  VANCOUVER,   B.C.   , *  Hi  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound fib Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing/ Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek/  Wilson Creek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Boy^ Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST. Volume 12-No.*  \  ���f     *.      n*r     ��j '  JS0NS^r^age^ounea4s-up4n-ai��is-  over a government move to cut 10 feet in  width off the approach ramp to the federal  Wharf!; 1 ^    '_-* j   ,    *V<. i^nL        r  Greenlees Piteo^iving' of Vancouver  started work at the beginning of last week on  a federal contract to renovate the wharf by  replacing piling and decking.  But it became obvious they were also  going to reduce "the width of the approach  ramp by approximately 10 feet by  eliminating the sidewalk and part of the  traffic lane.  I At their Jan. 7 meeting, aldermen said  tliey had/hot been uiformed Of the government's intention to narrow the ramp.  "I can't express strongly enough my  disappointment with the ministry of transport for taking it off," said Aid. Bill Laing.  "Instead of reducing our problems, they are  giving us problems."  He said there was already a shortage of  parking space on the wharf and that the  federal move would only add to this problem.  Mayor Larry Labonte said he had written  to MP Jack Pearsall and expressed council's  concern over the proposed width reduction.  He said council was slated to meet with  regional wharves administrator Charles  Brooks to take the matter further.  -    i^tj-  ���.��i.nv'u.<vMc  1^  i_" - aCT" *y"5ws��k��j/' i*.*��~" "*"*  .-L  r-.ir  'X.-  * -6.  &n  U '  >\  V  * ;f  13  i:V)i  I  tS  -V,  i*?*  ,*  ���V  *-.*. V**  i'  X  \  \~  Sunshine Coast Regional Board members  have been given their assignments for the  -year.  Board chairman Frank West made the  committee announcements at the board's  first meeting of the year, January 9 after four  new directors were sworn in to the 1975  board.  Directors Peter Hoemberg of Area B,  John McNevin of Area F, Jim Ironside of  Area D and Tim Frizzell of Area C were all  sworn in at the board's first meeting.  Regional district secretary-treasurer Anne  Pressley conducted the swearing in  ceremony.  When the four took their seats at the  ^bfrar^CMr^^  directors Kurt Hoehne, Norm Watson and  Don Penson and for himself.  Before naming me committee heads and  members, Chairman West said he was  limiting the- committees this year to three  members, down from four last year. ���  Planning policy is a committee of the  whole, so as West was chairman of the board,  he thought it would be best if he was also  chairman Of the planning policy committee.  The planning detail committee is to be  headed by Norm Watson with the other two  members being drawn from the directors of  areas affected by the contents of any given  meeting.  Peter Hoemberg was named chairman of  the Water committee with John McNevta and  Norm Watson as members.  Don Penson was named chairman of the  building committee with Hoemberg and Jim  Ironside as members.  The garbage committee got a face-lifting  thte/^a&jai^ coj^unMioh?*-;  members.  Theprocedures committee is new and will  handle voters lists, elections, office  procedure and administration, West explained. It will be headed by John McNevin  with Hoemberg and Hoehne as members.  ���^airman We^ itwk- the finance committee himself with Hoehne and McNevin as:  members.  In addition to the committees there were  some liasons to set up. Frizzell was asked to  be the board liason with the Coast-Garibaldi,  Health    unit    and    Human    Resources  Association.  RENOVATION project at Gibsons  wharf has turned into bone of contention  between federal government and  municipality. Village council learned  the government contract called for a  reduction in width of the approach ramp  by some 10 feet. Line of short uprights,  seen on ramp decking is cutoff point  proposed by government. Everything on  this side of them will be removed under  Federal contract with Greenlees  Piledriving. Mayor,,Larr^.,.p^nte.said..  he has written MP Jack Pearsall about  the wharf renovation to express  council's concern The Mayor said the  renovations only add to the wharf  problems.  Regional board director Kurt Hoehne  dropped a bombshell at the board's meeting  last week.  Director Hoehne, a Gibsons' alderman,  moved that by-law No. 98 granting a board  i directors an increase in pay be repealed.  The motion was seconded by director  Dennis ShuttleWorth, the only director to  vote against the bylaw when it was passed at  the board's firsK meeting in January.  The bylaw calls for the directors  remuneration to be raised from $25 for'.each  regularly called meeting of the board or a  committee of the board and a raise from $50  to $100 for the chairman of the board or  committee.  That vote has passed with only director  Shuttleworth voting against it.  At the most recent; board meeting,  Director Hoehne said, "when the bylaw was  passed, in the discussion before the vote, the  board was told that the increase amounted to  six and a half per cent per year. After the  Sechelt Indian Band  meeting, I figured out Chat the increase  actually amounted to over nine per cent. The  six and a half per cent figure didn't seem too  excessive, but nine per cent does.  "Perhaps, the director added, "under the  new figures, there are some directors who  would not vote for the increase."  Director Hoehne's motion did not come to  a vote. Newly re-elected board chairman  Frank West said he would take the matter  under advisement and seek legal advice on  the matter. I> -  I will seek legal advice and announce my  -decision at the regular board meeting on  January 30.1 do not wish to go into any great,  long hassle with the board." .  Chairrhan West said he was also looking  into the possibility of having the board's  remuneration indexed like many other wage  increases, that is, tied to the industrial wage  increase index or other similar annual or  regular increase.  Ironside is, tone Jhe board's repr^en-^ f^^f ^^f g   f��p  committee were combined into the-waste  tsposal committee. Tim FrizzeU wiU head  at one with Hoehne and Penson as members.  Jim Ironside will head the cemetary  committee with Penson and Frizzell as  Hoemberg>is ,the board's, liason^ witb,|he r/'  airport and West, as Chairman of the finance  committee, will keep the board in touch with  the municipal financing authority. Watson  will be on the library board and Hoemberg  will be the liason With Civil Defence.  j       -'��* \ SEE , **    ��     ]  a  The Times has learned the federal  government has granted the Sechelt Indian  Band $52,000 for a feasibility study for a  gravel processing plant on Jervis Inlet.  MP Jack: Pearsall uiformed The Times  that the grant of $52,100 will go towards a  SECHELT ���Parkers Hardware took first  place in the Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce Christmas window decoration  contest.  The hardware store will receive a perpetual trophy plusl^a replica from the  Chamber of Commerce. They also  received (Mmplimentary tickets to the  chamber's installation dinner February 1.  Honorable mention In the competition  went to Anny-Lynn Florists In Sechelt and  Morgan's Mens Wear. *  The winners were Chosen by a committee  consisting of Warren McKlbben, Llna  Grlsenthwalte and Harvey Hobbs.  A local man was killed Jan. 10 in a traffic  accident near Abbotsford.   .  Keith Jaeger, 20, of Selma Park, died  when a car driven by, Sechelt resident Barry  West, 19, went out of control oh wet slush, left  the highway and rolled over, pinning Jaeger  inside.  West escaped unhurt, Abbotsford RCMP  told The Times.  Jaeger was the son of Matt and Nancy  Jaeger of Selma Park. He had one younger  brother,  study to determine the feasibility of the  gravel extraction and processing plant on the  Tsooahdie Indian Reserve, 30 miles inland  from Jervis Inlet.  . "The study," Pearsall said, "would  consider both the economic and environmental aspects of the project."   ,,  He added,5'"if^dmpteted, such a plant  would create increased revenue and employment for membersofthereserveand  other residents of the surrounding community." (  Derwyn Owen, economic advisor to the  Sechelt Band, told The Tinies that a meeting  was slated Dec. 13 to discuss details of the  grant and the feasibility study*  slopl .post-Otnce.  Two ladles who work together In Sechelt,  Ann nnd Sylvia, promised each other that ,  '"thoy'"would not oxchnnKo Christmas gifts,,'  Ann kept,her promise, but Sylvln broke  down and bought Ann �� small gift which she  gave her In a small envelope with a card.  After Riving a scolding, Ann accepted tho  gift.-"-"   Tho envelope with tho card and gift,  however, got mixed In with Ann's ready-to-  bo-mnlled Qi'rlstmns cards nnd was shoved  down tho mull chute of thtf Socholt Post  Office with Uio cards.  When post office workers were sorting tho  mall, thoy camo upon tho envelope, obviously not destined to bo mailed because nil  that was written on Uio -outside of tho envelope was "Ann,"  They Riirmlsed, correctly, that tho envelope got mixed up with Uio cards accidentally! but wcro stuck wIUj tho problem  of how to get Uio gift ond card back to tho  owner. '  Tho post off Ico iiiin a dead letter box, but  Uio people who work In Uio office decided Uiat  wasn't tho plnco for It Thoy started contacting all tho Ann's thoy could Uilnk of.  When that failed, thoy contacted all tho  Sylvia's thoy know. Insldo Uio card was  "I-flvo from Sylvia." ~ .'  That also failed until ono omployoo  remembered Uiat a friend" of hers had a  cousin named Sylvia, She was phoned npd  her cousin was there nt Uio time. She was tho  right Sylvia and tho envelope, gift and card  got back to Uio right Ann,  It could only happen In Sechelt,  By tho way, Ann and Sylvia asked If wo  could thank tho Socholt Post Office for  caring. '  Court of revision      -.  set for February  i    Court of revision for School District 40,  Gibsons and Socliolt'wlU take place February  4.    .,.,���,,,���,..,        ' '       .      '  ' 'Thocourt'will nltFcbnlnry \ In tho village  office In .Sechelt to hoar nppenlH on tho 1976  assessment'roll. ���  Tho court sitting starts nt 10 n.m.  SWEARING-IN ceremonies preceded  the Sunshine! Coast Regional District  meeting January 9. Hero Director Peter  Hoemberg, left, is tho first to take tho  oath of office. Other new directors are  John McNevin, second left, Jim Ironside  and Tim Frizzell,* Conducting -tho  ceremony is board secretary treasurer  Ann Pressley, Sechelt and Gibsons  Village Council and tho School board  were also sworn-ln in ceremonies lasjt,  week.  Rain, snow  on records  Weather January 4-10  Jan,4���  Jan. 0  JAn, 0  Jan. 7  .Inn, 0  Jan.0\  Jan, Iflf \     >w  m      nu     nu nn  Wcok's\total: rnjn J.l'i lh;, snow 2.4 In. ���  1.35 1ns. ,v V    ' "'   xH  Comparing the 1974 and 1975 regional  board budget would be like comparing apples  and oranges according to chairman Frank  West.    '  Chairman West was commenting on press  reports on Uio board's provisional budget  for 1975.  "In Uio present economy," the chairman, n  said, "it Is not realistic to compare the  estimates of one year with Uie estimates of !  t.  /  Proc,  Snow  Total  Ins,  Ins.  Ins,  ao  ,.4 j ���..,.,  ���,4V���.   nil  .���,..,44  34  47  .02  nil  .02  35  43  nil  nil  nil  20  34  .05  2.00  .05  30  30  nil  .4  ,   .04  20  32  nil  trnco  trnco  22  32  nil  nl!  nil  January 1074 1,07 las.  10" snow equals 1" rnln,  \,  \-..��,..  HE-ELECTED to tho chair of the  Sunshlrtb Const Regional District Is  Frank West, West, ono of tho chnrtcr  members of tho regional board "thanked  Iho board for Uiolr support Initio past  and expressed tho hope that tho board  will work together for the benefit of tho  .people In the area,    |  :y     i   ��� '  tho next. Sure, we overspent In some areas;  but we put on tho tightest control we could,  Unfortunately Inflation didn't step at  Langdale or at Earls Cove."  Ho added, "comparing tho two is like  comparing apples and oranges,"  Chairman West who was re-elected to tho  chairmanship of tho board at Uie meeting  December 9, asked, "let's all take a little  more realistic approach to Uio facts of life."  At tho opening of Uio meeting, Chairman  West said ho was going to dlspenso with Uio1  traditional review of tho year's actlvlUcs.  "Wo are going to bo a forward-looking *  board," ho sold, "wo have hod our successes  and bur'fallures but wo should go on and not  look backward." ���    ,.  ������-*H^I^ter*he''told,tiie"bonrdj"''Uinnk,'you*for'-'  your confidence In reelecting mo chairman.  I will do my best to serve tho board and Uio  taxpayers."  "By co-opcraUonnndn llttloglvonnd take,  thin board will accomplish Us aim���to servo  Uio pcoplo," West sold.  Paper workers  name president  PORT MEMvON *- Ron McPhedrnn bos  been elected president of Port Mellon Locnl  UIO of Uio Catsndlnri Paper Workers Union.  Ho takes over from 1974 president Fred  Allnutt,  Other officers arc.  Vice-president���Norman Mnclxsllan, Bill  Peterson Jr.; financial secretary ��� Sandy  Jack; guard���CySpencer f ���trustees���Brian  Kcogh, Ken Barker, Brian Foss,   ,  Executive committee nro Pay Tyson,  John McNovln, Fred Allnutt, Bert Slmond,  Com Prcntlco and chief shop steward Is  Stcvo Holland,  SECHELT ��� Mayor Harold Nelson of  Sechelt has laid out duties for himself and his  councillors for 1975.  At the board's meeting of the year  January 6,, the mayor named the standing  committee,  The mayor will be heading the finance  committee for 1975, and assistant public  works chairman,  Alderman Frank Leitner Is in charge of  recreation and, community development and  airport managemem.:"  Alderman "N6rnV> Watson will be tho  council's liason with tho regional board, bo In  charge of sewers and pollution and also  libraries,  Alderman Dennis Shuttleworth will be  public works chairman and liason with  provincial emergency plan,  Alderman Ernlo Booth will bo tho deputy  finance chairman, fire protection chairman  and tho council's representative on tho Coast  Garibaldi HoalUi Unit.  Alderman Ivoltner, nnd Boot|i were also  appointed to tho recreation commission.  1 ti  Tho department of highways la studying  tho fonslblllty of creating a separate highways district to cover Uio Sunshine Const,  The ..Times has learned. :���.....  At present, the Sechelt Highway from  I^wRdnlo to Earls Covo falls under tho  Jurisdiction of Uio North Vancouver district.  Bob Wlnbow, hlghwnys district manager  In North Vancouver, said proposals to croato  a scpnrnte Suhshlno Const district were "In  Uio bilking stages."  As a first step towards giving Uio area  autonomy, Wlnbow rovcnlod Uiat, already  Uiord had beena ""shift of ndnilnlfltrativo  responsibility," giving more power to local  district technician Tucker Forsyth.  Forsyth can now deal directly wlUi  subdivision pecoss applications and other  administrative -tpiejrttonivwM Wlnbow." *  "Tho moln Idea behind this Is to but a lot  of thno nnd paperwork," Forsyth told Tho  Times, "NoWi wo can process pcrmltfl nnd  deal wlUi subdivision applications without  going to North Vancouver,"  .1 ' J .        .,   .* ����'��SF*  Jk^  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 15,1975  i  T  1  GIBSONS��� Mayor Larry Labonte-  stressed the need for feedback from the  public Jan. 6_at councirs inauguralmeeting.  He characterized 1974 as a "good year"  for the village, and cited as some of council's  achievements during the year im-  provememts to the village water system,  completion of the Elphinstone Pioneer  museum building and expansion of the sewer  system. ������ '_/  But, he noted, "we did not receive too  -mueh-f eedback. I would like peopleto come  to the village office and give us some constructive criticismtahelpguide:usthrough,.  our many programs.  During the meeting, re-elected aldermen  Kurt Hoehne and Bill Lain�� were sworn in by  local JP John Harvey.  Rev. David Brown gave a brief  benediction, urging council and the public to  work together during the coming year,  , Aid, Kurt Hoehne was appointed acting  mayor. He will head council in Labonte's  absence. .  '    ��  ^ComMtfee chairri^n were appbihted as  follows:  Aid. Hoehne ��� finance, wage and water  . committees; Aid. Bill Laing ���public works,  sewers* harbour and airport; Aid. Stuart  Metcalfe ��� planning, building zoning,  recreation, fire and health; Mayor Labonte r~ library and museum.  Halfmoon BayHappenings  ���by Mary Tinkld?  Wearing a silk christening gown over 200  years old, Sarah Emily-Jane, daughter of  pajjnd Sue Beaven, Was christened Sunday,  January 5, in the Church of His Presence on  Redrooffs Road:  . Rev. Godkin performed the ceremony and  did a wonderful job of making it a very  special occasion for everyone. Shirley Price,  jsister of Sae_and _Pa&^a)ihecOLarry_  Beaven are Sarah's god-parents. Family and  Mends came from Langley, Haney and Port  Coqultlam, Afterward, everyone proceeded  to Uie Pat Beaven home for a delicious buffet  lunch.  Bob and Anne Ellis spent the holidays  with Bob's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Ellis.  Bob and Anne make their home in Kitchener,  Ontario   where   Bob   attendss Waterloo  -University.-  had a marvelous time and if the rain and  , snow here get to be too much, she can look in  the mirror and see the tan to remind her of a  place that is warm.  Chuck Davie wasn't so fortunate in that he  spent his holidays in St. Paul Hospital  recovering from his accident. However, he is  home now and doing well. Pat is also home  now after visiting Hawaii. ' (   A branch Sabbath School of Se���venth-Day>  Adventist Church is being held on Saturdays,  10:30 a.m., at the Redrooffs Anglican  Church. Anyone interested in attending is  welcome and for further information call 88$r  9750 or 883-2736.  ~ Bessie Maybee is back from her visit to  her brother and wife and family on McLeese  Lake, about 35 miles north of Williams Lake.  They have bought an old ranch there-with a~  Elsie Holgate has been in the hospital to  undergo surgery. Her daughter and son-in-  law, Bernice and Jim Guild'from Brandon,  Manitoba have been here throughout the s  Christmas season to visit and lend a helping  hand.  Miriam Davie claims there is no place  like Mazatlan during the winter months.  Miles of beautiful sandy beaches and plenty  to do'even though the weather wasn't as nice  as anticipated for the first week^ She visited  in the town frequently and found the people'  very charming and gracious. All in all she  house that is over 100 years old on about 160  acres. They are making it a semi-supporting  ranch with a couple of Welsh ponies, some  White-face cattle, chickens and so forth.  There is sufficient room to roam so it is a  wonderful placeifor' children. The past few  days were Sspecially enjoyable as the dry  powdery snow was perfect for the  snowmobiles.  Recycle this 6\]��vyopagsorl  GIBSONS   VILLAGE   council   held the Peace John Harvey. Seated, from Stuart Metcalfe. Standing are John  inaugural meeting of the new year Jan. left, are Aid. Bill Laing,-Aid. Kurt Harvey,   left,   and   Jack   Copland,  6. Re-elected alderihen Kurt Hoehne and Hoehne* Mayor Larry Labonte, Aid. municipal clerk.  Bill Laing were sworn'in by Justice of  'Revision more palatable .. /  Transcendental Meditation  as taught by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi  Lecture @ Thursday - 8PM ��Saturday ��� 1-4 PM  ^hitdker House, Sechelt  vf.��  Voters in the CoastChilcotin riding understand the problems faced by their  Member of Parliament and have been  generally quiet about the bill that would raise  salaries and expense accounts of MP's, says  MP Jack Pearsall.  "I hear very little flack against the bill  locally," Pearsall said, "and those who are  against it usually cool down after I've had a  chance to explain the bill a little better, and  tell them about the .problems I face in this  riding:" ' ' -l.-  . Like many western MP's, Pearsall keeps  two homes: shares a room with several other  parliamentarians in Ottawa, and maintains  his home in Powell River as well. "On a  monthly basis, I have about $1,000 a month to  maintain these two places of residence, and  my family, and that's not very much. In fact  I'm going in the hole every month."  . His $8,000 expense money, on a monthly  basis, works out to about $700. "I'm going to  Williams Lake in a few days, and because of  poof fli^rcoMectiohs^and hotel bills, that's  n  rin  going to cost well over $400, leaving me a  little over $200 for the rest of January.'" '"���  The result is that many legitimate expenses come out of his personal savings or'  salary, says Pearsall.  ' 'Some people are still very much against  the raise, but all I can say is that when the  $26,000 for salary and expenses runs out, I'll  have no alternative but to stay in Ottawa,  which means! simply won't be able to get  BBfliBBMJfflg^^  >v  V  S  back to the riding and talk with people here."  Pearsall gets 52 'free' plane rides per year  between Ottawa and his riding, but only to  where the schedule airlines stop. Any flights  to areas other than PoweU River, Williams  Lake, or Bella Coola have to come out of his  own pocket, and this has sometimes meant  chartering a flight to get to. and from the  more remote areas of the riding, Pearsall  says.  :...-- ,Much��f the uproar about the salary wage  increase is because the national media did a  "sloppy job" of reporting the original version  of the billl, Pearsall maintains. The 50 per  cent increase was for the period from 1971 to  1978, he says.  "It's more like six per cent per year when  you look at it like that."  A revised version Of the bill calls for a 33  per cent increase which will take care of the  1971 to 1974 period, with future increases tied  to the industrial wage index. This revision  should make the increase more palatable  and more understandable to the public,  Pearsall says.  "Some people say I knew what the pay  was when I ran for office, so I shouldn't be  asking for a raise now," he 'adds, "but  government shouldn't be just for  millionaires. I knew that my predecessor,  Harry Olaussen, went in the hole during his  term of off ice, and so when any one asked me  during the campaign, I said I would support  an increase for MP's. I will defend this for  any MP from B.C., which is the most difficult  province in this respect."  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  ���rat  I  From the pulpit  ���-by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Gold is a commodity that has boon in the  news lately. The price recenUy soarad to  almost two hundred dollars an ounce, and I  heard someone suggest it could be $2000 an  ounce in 10 years; Some feel it is the most  valuable Item we can possess In these days of  inflation, recession and uncertainty.  But despite all this, gold is In the category  of perishable things. The Bible mentions gold  and indicates it was also considered valuable  In Bible times, however, it is termed a  corruptible item. And there Is one tiling Uiat  gold cannot do, and that is to redeem a soul  from sin. Despite Its great buying power,  gold, nor anything else, cannot ransom us  from our lost, hopeless condition away from  God. The apostle Peter puts it this way, "you,  are not redeemed with perishable or  corruptible things such as sliver or gold, but  With the precious blood of Christ''.  The greatest price ever paid for anything  was Uio day Jesus Christ paid for your sins  with His blood. Through It He obtained  eternal life for you, And It Is about time some  of us did, justness with God and asked His  forgiveness that we might receive His grace  which Ho freely bestows upon all who receive  Him ond trust m the finished work of Christ  on tho Cross.  JLY?A?._y��.al��U9 leornCnndlb Making    , . .    ���      ���. '. .R*��|a^tia����P��.rrr. .P-oprn to make your own  Carved * Torch Finished Planter* * Sand  /J/cQ   * Lamps * Wall Hangings * Trlwjts * Desk  Moulded and Christmas Candles.  Sets, etc.  Join our workshop for Candle Making Every Wed. 8 Thurs. from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Classes every Tues., Wed., Thur. & Sat.  &m��&&  SSS-9817  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the Municipality of  Gibsons that I require the presence of the said electors at the  Municipal Office, 1490 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., on Monday  trie> 3rd day of Februdryri 975relectitig a'''p^rs6WLfo'tepresenf'tKe'm^ds7  ALDERMAN for the unexpired term ending December 31, 1975.  The mode of nomination of Candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two duly qualified  "electors> of the municipality. TK  ���to the Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice  and noon of Monday, February 3, 1975. The nomination-paper may be  in the form prescribed in the Municipal Act, and shall state the name,  residence, and occupation of the person nominated in such manner as  to sufficiently identify such candidate. The nomination-paper shall be  subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened at  the Municipal* Office on Saturday, the 22nd day of February, 1975  between the hobrs of 8:00 a.m. and 8.0Q p.m., of which every person  is hereby required to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand at Gibsons, B.C. this 8th day of January, 1975.  Returning Officer  JACK PEARSALL  ...'sloppy reporting by media'  CLASSES  FOR  EXPECTANT PARENTS  Gibsons - Monday, January 13th  at 7:30 p.m. Health Unit  Socholt ��� Tuesday,  January   i A, at  7:30    p.m.    Sechelt    Elementary  School  For     Information     call,    Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit at 886-2220.  |��mamwM����M^  mmsmxs^s^M^mmsmmamsmmmmmtmmwsmmsasmsims*  $  amMmmimmaiiiim  Mmmtmrnassmm  \  ���  John Hall  CARPETS  DRAPES  CERAilC TILES _  COMPACTORS  GARBAGE DISPOSERS  'JEHN-AIR'  RANGES  l ���mm 4M i r <' i  I l W    ll'ljl   4 1 H   f        i  Davo Flsfcr  >A  Lifetime Seamless Aluminum Baked Enamel  Continuous Gutters & Accessories,   '  CALL FOR FREE NO OBLIGATION ESTIMATES CUSTOM INSTALLATION  OR DO IT YOURSELF *'     ��      ���  RJ  lU  PTJ3  SERVING THE ENTIRE SUNSHINE COAST      ,  Showroom Hours: 9130 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.  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Your  contributions will be placed in a special deposit  account and you will receive an interest return  geared to the general deposit rate structure.' ,  Because of the long-term nature of the deposits we  expect the Interest rates to be at the upper end of  the scale. Eacl) depositor is insured up to $20,000  by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation, 4  ���2. Equity Fund. Your contributions are placed  principally In Canadian common stocks. This  - Dortfollo is managed by professlonalsrbacked by-������  nvestment analysts and economic consultants,  who also manage well over $100 million for other  people andcorporatlons, The emphasis here Is in  long-term capital growth with reasonable rate of,  ' return.    ^ v ���, <  '     '       '  3. Income Fund. Your contributions-are Invested In  high-yield bonds, deposit instruments and in        ,  mortgages insured under the National Housing  Act. The portfolio Is managed by the same  professionals, whose policy here Is to achieve as  high a current Income as Is compatible with  maintaining price stability as well as moderalb  capital appreciation,' ���        .     ...  v  i  !  ,-,,.,  ,���,..,  Herb Mitchell  ROYAL BAN K  serving  British Columbia  mmmmmmmm  ���Vifi  H CBCJiigJiJigiifaL,  .    Wednesday,! January 115,1975     The Peninsula Times Page A-3  !������!���>  s^inWiWM^nwssfrsn^twi,..^ uil.gn.tf ii  .... ���   T     ,J-r- ������" ----" -^i--  ^m-Umki***,***.  -Sie-importance-of leadership was an Kirsten soprano, Harriet Crossland, flute Orloff,-soloisL  issue in the 1974 federal election. "Concern"  to-night (8:03 p.m.) On CBC radio looks at his  quality of leadership in a Democratic  society.  Democracy of necessity moves at a  certain spped, is it fast enough for the  problem's faring us in the future? Can we  accelerate the process Are we moving  toward an elected dictator? What are the  alternatives?   These   are   some   of   the  questions to be discussed. At 9:30 p.m.  Warren Davis interviews that catalyst in the  English political arena, Enoch Powell.  8  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15  "CONCERN" 8:03 p.m. "The Quality of  Leadership in the Democratic World",  COUNTRY ROAD 10:30 p.m. traditional  and contemporary country music with Vic  Mullen, Frank Cameron and Johnny Gold.  THURSDAY, JANUARY 16  THEMES AND VARIATIONS 8:03 p.m.  CBC Talent Festival semi-finalist from  Montreal pianist, Suzanne Founder. Part 11.  Stephen Staryk, violin, John Perry, piano in  recital from McPherson Playhouse, Victoria.  Schubert. Beethoven, Prokofieff and Brahms.  JAZZ RADIO-CANADA 10:30 p.m.  guitarist Ed Bickert and Ian McDougal  Band.  FRIDAY, JANUARY 17  CANADIAN SCHOOL BROADCASTS 2:03  p.m. Concepts of Economics ��� Can Canada  offer equal opportunity to all citizens?  BETWEEN OURSELVES 8:03 p.m. Port  Hope, Ontario, a look at the colourful past  and thriving present and the town's fight to  retain its regional identity, presented by  Betty Tomlihson. r  THE BUSH AND THE SALON 9:03 p.m.  . ."boz in the Queens Dominions"j|fe^thOTne_  Carolan is based on Charles Dickens' own  accounts of his travels in Canada in 1842.  Katherine Carolan is the author of several  books on Dickens and teaches at U.B.C.  SATURDAY, JANUARY 18  OUR NATIVE LAND 12:10. p.m. A settlement in principle ��� a look at the James  Bay agreement to find out more about this  document and its implications for Native  Land claims across the country.  METROPOLITAN OPERA 2:00 p.m.  Cavelleria Rusticana by Masca gni and I  Pagliacci by Leoncavallo.  SYMPHONY HALL 6:30 p.m. Erich  Leinsdorf conducts the Toronto Symphony  with soloist, Pinchas Zukerman, Violin.  CJB.C. STAGE ,8:03 p.m. The Prince of  Naples by George Walker stars Robert  Clothier and Walter Marsh directed  by Norman Newton.  ANTHOLOGY 10:03 p.m. One Green  Bottle a story by Audrey Thomas of Vancouver, and book review by KOdare Dobbs.  and Lanalee de Kant, harp.  SUNDAY, JANUARY 19  SUNDAY MAGAZINE at 9:03 a.m. and  CAPITAL REPORT at 12:05 p.m. provide  background and commentary on the weeks  happenings in Canada and abroad.  ���. . .SUNDAY SUPPLEMENT 10:03 a.m. Arts  Review  B.C. FOLIO 1_: 03 p.m. people and places of  -interestrfar B:Cr "��� ^   NHL HOCKEY 4:30 p.m. .Toronto Maple  Leafs versus Boston Bruins.  THURSDAY, JANUARY 16  10:00 p.m. SPROCKETS a unique tv  showcase Of films by Canadian fUnimakers.  The series produced, by Julius Kohanyi,  recent winner of the coveted Hugo Award  will emphasize the innovative, abstract and  experimental.  FRIDAY, JANUARY 17   10:30 juri; GALLERY  ���^Winning's���the  OnlyThing" by Don Shebib about hockey in  small town Cartada,  THE ENTERTAINERS 7:03 p.m. Royal"   SUNDAY, JANUARY 19  Canadian Air Force and Part 11 of the Moody���=s*4&jqj) a.m. MEETING PLACE to mark  ORCHESTRAL  CONCERT  fll:03  p.m.  Vancouver Symphony with soloists, Dorothy  Blues profile  NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE OR  ^CHESTRA 9:03 p.m. Benjamin Britten's  opera the Turn of the Screw, with soprano  Phyllis Curtin, Barbara Shuttleworth and  Mary Morrison and tenor Kenneth Reigel.  Mario Bernardi conducting.  C.B.C. PLAYHOUSE 10:30 p.m. 'The  Monthly Ticket' the 1972 Italia Prize entry  from the Swedish Broadcasting Company  produced in English translation by the BBC.  QUEBEC NOW 11:03 p.m. A look at cookbook popularity in Quebec, interviews with  Jacqueline Stratford, translator, actress  Andree Pelletier and Madame Soulange  Chaput-Rolland.  MONDAY, JANUARY 20  THE GREAT CANADIAN GOLDRUSH  10:30  p.m.   profile   of   Bacnman-Turner  Overdrive.  TUESDAY, JANUARY 21  CBC TUESDAY NIGHT 8:03 p.m. Collage  a quartet of programs directed by John  Reeves. 'Terror and Erebus' by Gwendolyn  McEwen, a verse drama about the Franklin  expedition to find the Northwest Passage.  'Seven American Poems' a song cycle by  English Composer Arthur Bliss to poetry by  Edna St. Vincent Millay and Elinor Wylie.  'Three Women' a verse drama by American  poet Sylvia Plath and 'Amor Dei' poetry and  organ music on the subject of devout love by  five mystics, poets Jon Donne and Gerard  Manley Hopkins and musicians Messiaen,  Sweelinck and Bach.  TOUCH THE EARTH 10:30 p.m. Gospel  Music, black and white ��� Sylvia Tyson talks  with Ken Whitley of the Original Sloth Band  and Ed Wideman, of the Stamps Elvis  Presley's back up band.  TELEVISION  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15  8:30 p.m. "THE FREEDOM OF THE.  CITY" by Irish playwright Brian Friel��  adapted for TV by Hugh Webster, starring  Florence Paterson, Neil Munro and Mel  Tuck. A drama of terror in Ulster. The play  was staged in London^ West End artd last  year in New York and Chicago. This is the  world TV premiere.  10:00 p.m. MUSIC' TO SEE Vladimir  100th Anniversary of the Presbyterian  Church in Canada, service from St. Andrew's  Presbyterian . Church, Ottawa, Rev.  D.R.A.W. Currie. today is also the start Of  Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.  4:30 p.m. ARTS '75 Henry Moore and the  new Sculpture Gallery at the Art Gallery of  Ontario.  9:00 p.m. PERFORMANCE "Baptizing"  by Alice Munro - a portrait of a young girl  maturing Jenny Munro stars in the leading  role.  MONDAY, JANUARY 21  10:30 p.m. MAN ALIVE "Pastures of  Plenty", a portrait of the family of Patsy and  Alonzo Noel and their 9 children and their life  as seasonal farm workers, in Jacquet River,  N.B. and south-western/Ontario.  *��������" ���;   *      '      ���   "T'      I ��������,�����.,.���; ���    11 ...,,,���; 'a.,';.. .; )   i   i. ..in   o Canada Grade 'A' Beef  to perfection ...- \bl  o Boneless  o Canada Grade 'A' �� Beef  o Boneless �� Canada Grade * A* Beef... lb.  o Devon- o-By the Piece.... =-..���.......... \h.  District superintendent of schools Roland  Hanna stressed Jan. 9 that final decisionmaking power in the educational system  must rest with the school board.  Ho told trustees that' the "colleglal approach" to problem solving, where views on  on Issue were sought from outside groups  and individuals, would only work If everyone  was In agreement.   [ '  "If there Is a disagreement, tho final  decision will have to rest with the board. I  don't seo how you can effect responsibility on  a committee, Someone has to say what  should bo done nnd what should not bo done."  Ho was referring to a number of Issues  presently before the board In which community ond professional groups sought to  have a sny,  Earlier In tho meeting, trustees received  a brief frmn Sechelt Teachers' Association  recommending the formation of a committee  to aid In tho selection of a now district  superintendent to replace Hanna on his  upcoming retirement,  The teachers felt the committee should  incliule-trustees, ^dren^fSTA-represen--  tntlves and students.  Terms of rofcrcocb of this committee, the  teachers felt, shouldllncludo'.  ��� evaluation of leadership needs In the  district  ��� determination of criteria nnd a list of  qiiofl ions to bo put tojtho candidates for tho  supe'hntondency  ��� submission of a recommendation to the  bo'nnl of trustees,     1 ' '  "Wo bollovo that acceptance of our  recommendations , would benefit local  education, in several ways," sold HTA  president Frank Fuller In tho brief. "It  would provide tho host chance ot formulating  a list of criteria meeting all local educational  needs, Information ...would bo provided., (to)  IrustoeH on "what aspects of "our present  'system do not meet local educational needs  and require remedial'attention,"  He further suggested that the board'a  acceptance,,of. tbu_lco.intnlUco!��.���ijopon)2.  inundations would, "provide a iKisffiwd^r  lownrdii  establishing   cooperative   community Involvement In local education under  the leadership of tho trustees,"  Tho OTA brief Included a nuinlwr of  specific questions which tho group proposed  should be submitted to candidates for the  post of district superintendent.  Trustees noted that a meeting was slated  with Jack Fleming, a department of  education representative Jan. 16 to discuss  the department's views on the method of  selection of the new superintendent,  f  How to organize and handle the financial  affairs of a youth club is clearly and simply  detailed in a new booklet published by the "��� ~  Canadian Bankers' Association.  Banking for Your Club is designed to  familiarize the young reader with the range  of financial services offered by the chartered  banks. It tells clearly and simply the types of  accounts available, how to invest the club's  money, how to set up a simple form, of ledger.  "For your club, as indeed for you personally, a banking connection is very important. Choose yours carefully and then find  out all the ways it can be helpful to you. You  will find the manager and staff anxious to  help you and give you useful advice at all  times.  "Whatever the puppose of young people's  groups, money is always involved -^- mohfv^  which belongs to the group as,ajvhole, not td5  the individuals concerned. So the people who  look after the financial affairs, of the club  want to do so in the best interests of the whole  group today and for those who will belong in  the future.  "Handling money for a club needn't be a  problem. In fact, the treasurer and others  concerned can derive real satisfaction from  handling the qlub money effectively and gain  experience which will be useful in later life.  But like any other group activity, there are a  few rules and procedures to follow. Your  bank will help make it easy."  Copies of the booklet in English or French  are available free, either singly or in  reasonable quantity for clubs or group's,  from: The Canadian Bankers' Association,  P.O. Box 282, Toronto Dominion Centre,  Toronto, Ontario M5K 1K2.  The 'good' life is geared to rich food and  easy living. And It helps lead one out of four  Canadians to heart attack and stroke every  year. Eat heart-healthy foods, live happier  and longer. Write B.C. Heart Foundation,  1881 West Broadway, Vancouver, VGJ1Y5 for  more information.  T0 FIT  EVERY BUDGET FftOM  Ken BeVries & Sons  ^(mwo4m(uf4>  Olbnoiia  LTD,  ;,"fx Carpets j*  A linoleums ft  086.71)12  Tiles  [[rapes  ���? o,m. to 5:30 p.m, Tuon. ��� Sat.  CLOSED MONDAYS     /--  OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TUf  located In the new offices of Trail Bay Design  at the traffic light �� S*hone 885-2713  �� EVUapB�� Leaf �� By the Piece...................... lb.  3RL .,,  Bye the Sea  6 oz. tin   Green Giant  14oz. tins  Lynn Valley, Standard Halves  14oz. tins   Pamper, * Kidney * Beef  * Liver * Tuna  6 l/2oz.tins i  Mrs. Williams  2's ..........  Libbys  28oz.tin.  Westinghouse, Inside Frosted  40,60,100watt    Tide  80 oz. pkg.  Boston  12oz. tin  ���r  !���  Uncle Toms  2 lb. pkg. .........  Malklns or Nabob, Unsweetened  48 oz. tin.'....',.". ..../,. .���,'.' r  iARINE  Kraft, Parkay  31b. pkg   West  32 oz. btl.  Robertsons, Wholo  14oz. tins   Malklns or Nabob  I fori  *4 oxi fin 1111 ��� ��� 11 ��� ������������ ��� i ��� * j < * i* ���������������  IftfDERED  Pacific  J IBi pKQi t i i i t ��� i i i t t ��� * i * i i t * * �� �� i t t i i < i  Libbys In Tomato Sauce  14oz.tins��� ��� ��� ��� Hi! for  Schick, Stainless Steel  7's   Dad's.  * Oatmeal * Choc. Chip * Coconut  1 lb. pkg...  ������������;������ ���  Scott, Whtie & Assorted  100's.   ... ,...'.,;...���  J L  Nellsons * Jersey Milk * Royal Dark  * Virginia Bar    Family Slzo.......  Nabob Regular or Flno Grind  1 lb. pkg   mus  Scott,  White     greek  McCains, Frozen'  ArwQ%* pKfji    t t t i i i i i i i,i ��� i I i <)t i i i ���  PitE  * i i * i i i i i * ���   BtUiSI,   >  McCains, Frozon, Straight Cut '  a ip, pKg,,( , 11, i, > i, i > ��� ��� > >'., >, i ���  Florida                                  ������  o Pink or White   Indian River   jit :s  mm  TUi(l\llrS 0 b.& Grown Canada No, X  mum 0���"*���*''  o B.C. Grown Canada No  ......Wl00  i^c-  .     J|    MMIIM.       IM*     aC��2a)  lb.  ^ lb.  o Canada No. 1 Small, w bag.  SL  GIBSONS  886-2563  cCSf  \J For Fast Ad-Brieff Service  PHONE 885-3231  BIRTHS  WORK WANTEP  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS   are pleased to sponsor this  Birth Announcement space, and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  "pafentsr;   r":      ~  DUTCH Gardener, landscape, -  design and maintenance. Free  estimates. Call Hugh 886-  7785. \ 101940-10  PageA-4  The Peninsula Tlmes.\.Wednjeg^|yvjaiM^^^j|)1975!���,  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone 885-3231  SANDRA and Jim Donnelly are  happy to announce the birth of  a baby daughter Sara Louise on  January 5th, 1975. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. A.  Donnelly, and Mr. and Mrs. D. W.  Wilson. 10914-8  COMING EVENTS  SECHELTlMmfieirW~135m^  merce Banquet, February 1st  at Parthanon Restaurant. Dinner  and Dancing. 10908-9  -WILjVbuteherrdress-or-eut-your-  meat or game, your place or  mine. Phone 883-9045     3044-tfn  BACKHOE    available    septic  tanks   sold,   and   installed.  Phone 886-2546. 10513-tf  . ���   ���   ���   .-������   - ��� ,_,-,,    _  ���   ������i���i   i ���  .,   ���, a,y-    ,.._���,.  CAT AVAILABLE  Land clearing, excavations, etc.  Phone 885-9785 after 6 p.m. .   .         ^__Wa76-8-  ENTERTAINMENT  GIBSONS LANES-Open  bowling Friday 7-11 p.m., Sat.  and Sunday 2-5 p.m. and 7-11  p.m. 10328-tfn  OBITUARY  JAEGAR���Passed away suddenly January 9, 1975, Keith  Matthew Jaegar late of Selma  Park, B.C., age 20 years. Survived by his loving parents Matt  and Nancy Jaegar, 1 brother  Carey, 2 sisters Barbara and  Janice. Funeral service was held  Tuesday, January 14, 1975 at 2  p.m. from Harvey Funeral  Home, Gibsons. Rev. N. J.  Godkin officiated. Internment  Seaview Cemetery. 10946-8  CARD OF THANKS  I EXTEND my heartfelt thanks  to * all relatives, friends and  neighbours, who by their sympathy have lightened my sorrow  during these trying times. I will  always cherish the respect and  honour shown to my dear  departed husband, Edward W.  (Ted) Lambe. Also sincere  thanks to Rev. J. Williamson for  his consoling words. ���Amy  Lambe and family. 10922-8  PERSONAL ,  ALCOHOLICS Annonymous  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  BAHA'iS believe in The Foundation of all religions is one and  Religion must be the source of  unity. 10920-tfn  WORK WANTED  NEED a carpenter. Cail Bob  Crichton. 883-2312..        1365-tfn  ��� I- ,     ...      ���  ,   -      -���I ��� a.,.��� -       _               -  HOME   repair   service,   wood,  brick   or   stone.   Also   light  clearing. 886-2737?"'--        10868-8  FURNACE    installations    and  burner        service.        Free  ( estimates. Ph. 886-7111.      36-tfn  LIGHT moving and hauling.  House and garden main-  1 tenance, rubbish removal, tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates,  Gibsons to Sechelt. Phone Norm  886-9503. ���     '   10266-tfn  BUILD to suit, prefab houses,  erections and renovations. 885-  9951 eves. 10631-tf  -      "�� :   GENERAL    handyman,    Carpentry,   painting,  and   light  hauling. Ph. 880-9516       2285-tfn       ��� W....,T,a.i.lWM���������.-������.���,-���..., ��� ,������.  Your pictures framed and  mounted from Artistic Woodwork stock, Needlework a  specialty. Ponderosn Pines  Trailer Park, Wilson Creek, 885-  9573. 10879-15  PEERLESS.     Tree     Services.  Benefit from experience. Tree  work guaranteed and insured.  Call J. Risbey 8853109.   330-tfn  FRUIT tree pruning. It's good  investment, free estimates call  Evergreen Landscaping 886-  7244. 10888-9  LIVESTOCK  2 HORSE trailer for rent. Cunningham's. Phone 885-9927 3340-  tfn  CERTIFIED    Farrier,    Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 885-3450   994-tfn  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buekerfield Feeds  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHOjNE 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 feed, Hog feed,  Cattle feed. Hay and other feeds j  bybrder. "'       258-tfn  Laying hens, $2.50 each or $24 per  dozen. Phone 886-7244.    10887-9  YOUNG we'aner pigs for sale.  Phone 885-2901. 10902-9  CHICKS���Dual      purpose  Paymaster (Rhode Island Red  Cross), White Leghorns, White  Rocks. Ship anywhere. Napier  Hatchery, 22470 64th Ave.,;R.R.1  Langley, 534-6268.    -      109074fn  FOR RENT  CENTRAL    Gibsons,    former  school  board  offices,  above  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366  746-tfn  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.    10896-9  SUITES   TO   rent.   Heat   and  cablevision  incl.   Reasonable  rents. Phone 886-7836.      1425-tfn  NEAR  new   3  BR  home   on  waterfront lot. $250 mon. year  round. 886-2935. 10873-8  SECHELT-2 bedroom all elec.  house, $210.  Phone  885-9219.  Fridge and stove incl.       10884-9  DAVIS   BAY-2   B.R.   duplex,  fridge   and   stove.   Immed.  occup. Phone (112) 435-  2326. 1091841  MODERN   furn.   1   bedroom  cottage,   responsible   mature  batchclor, $125. Phone 806-  9805. * , 10929-8  Hlrn'M), In ymir luwi yiiti Itou^)('�� ri(,'lit,  w_.iK  ��  REAL ESTATE fi, INSURANCE  PENDER HARpOUR - EGMONT - EARL COVE  Poautlful 4 bodroam homo with den on Ruby Lake. Built 1974,  ond has many unique features, Carpeted throughout, Ho�� carport  plus largo workshop and private float. On Hydro. Full prlco  $75,000 with W down, ' ,  BRAND NEW HOMG-^1120 ��q. ft 2 DRs ond den, half bow.  moot. Magnificent view of harbor, Sunny southern expoiuro, An  excellent buy at $43,000.  GIBSONS RADIO CABS���Thl�� 3 car operation shows an excellent  return ���> Ideal for partnership, Juit $40,000 F.P. with t��rm��,  WATERFRONT ��� About lOO-foof frontage In Bargain Bay,  approx, I A* acre lot, Level top, on road, power and water, F.P.  $29,500,'      .  i .    J~"'���T "    ,  LARGf; HOUSE with vlow on over 3 acr�� on valuable cornor  property at Klelndale, $40,000,  SARGENTS BAY���-Beautiful waterfront view lot with eoiy accen  to sand, and, pabblo beach. Over ono acre of .(arid. Offer* to  $20,000 cadi,  WOODS DAY AREA���-Approx. 3.3 acre* with 370' of waterfront  ond a ipectacular vl��w over th�� ��tra|t��. This property lultoble for  manyrthlnot and a good buy at $40,000 win only $13,000 down  '       v on balance at 9 por cent.  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Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rate  for the additional work.  ���   Copyright and/or property rights subsists in all display advertising and  other material appearing in the edition of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.  Permission to reproduce wholly or in part and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic or. offset process in a publication, must  be obtained in wrjfting from the publisher. Any unauthorized reproduction  will be subject to recourse in low.      . -  REAL ESTATE  REAL ESTATE  HOUSES FOR SALE  Shrewd buyers looking for  quality, convenience, luxurious  comfort and real value should  investigate these spacious  condominiums on School Road,  Gibsons. 3 bedrooms, rec room,  electricheat, wall to wall, range.  Over 1500 ft. finished area PLUS  VIEW. Only $40,500 with only  $5,500 down for qualified purchasers. Come to the OPEN  HOUSE Sunday, Jan. 19 from 2-4  p.m. or phone GRAHAM CRAIG  at 885-2792.  CREST REALTY LTD.  1381 Marine Drive,  West Vancouver  922-6196           10919-8  LANGDALE���Large corner lot  overlooking    Howe     Sound.  Asking  $14,500  cash   or   best  offer. 886-9961. 10901-9  NO WORK HERE  This 3 B.R. waterfront home near  Sechelt is immaculate inside and  v-outa-- Landscaped garden terraced  to beach. Outstanding view.  Make your offer now to Mrs.  Corry Ross, 885-9250.  SEE THE SUNSET  2.08 acres of easily subdivided  weir treed land. 2 mins. from  Marina. Community water  system nearby. Hydro on site.  Price reduced to $17,500 for quick  sale. Phone Mrs. Corry Ross, 885-  9250.  L. E. KYLE "REALTOR"  West Vancouver  922-1123  10937-10  DISTRESS SALE  Vendor anxious for any offers on  this neat 2 bedroom cottage, Only  3 miles from Sechelt. Try $10,000  down. Asking $28,000. For further  details call Mrs. Boyd (112) 291-  1790 or (112) 291-2821.  CANADA  PERMANENT TRUST  3953 East Hastings  N. Burnaby  ,  10912-9  TRADES CONSIDERED  3 bedroom, separate (lining  room.; full Ijasement, deluxe  home. Choice view lot  overlooking Sechelt Inlet, convenient to the arena and Village  of Sechelt. Many features. Phone  885-2894 or 885-9851.  10921-tfn  $2500 DOWN  SELMA PARK ��� PRIVATE  SALE '  Ideal retirement or starter home.  Good clean condition. 2 bedroom  with large kitchen and L-R.  Recently updated. Sign ^>n  property. Owner will carry  contract for suitable party. For  Further details call Mr. Moore.  879-7104 bus. or 434-2881 res.  .,     ' 10915-13.,  NEWJHOME^  ': 3 bedroom full basement home,  has double plumbing, attached  carport and sun deck. Close in  Sechelt location.  Contact owner  885-9851  10900-tfn  ��� iV v  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445  20 acres on Mason Rd��� Socholt, Partly cleared-small cabin, sprlno  well In excellent property, Ono of Secholts best acreage buys at  $63,000.  43 ocros of prime view proporty - abovo Gibsons Village - Must  be soon to bo appreciated, offers on $90,000.  7 ocros Pratt Rd. Small house, Ideal for tho hobby farmor, serviced.  ,  ,.'    $36,000.    , ,  Wharf Rd,, Langdalo, 70x193' lot nlcoly cleared. Some view.  Good Value at $12,500.  3 Bedroom vlow homo Gibsons -on sower ��� financing avallablo -  largo lot, only $35,900',  Attention Investors - 2 duploxs located In the heart of Gibsons,  clo;,o to all amenities - ono luxury standard unit - extra laroo lot -  separately or together,  $42,000 ond  $63,000 with assumption  of mortgage,  Payls Bay -ilaraa lot serviced, $11,000 with terms,  ' 3 View lots In Gibsons Village, serviced, close to Government DocK.  Ideal for Iho Investor or contractor, Offers to $40,000.  S acres Roberts CreoK, view, selectively cleared, Excellent recrea-  tlon property,_$24,900,  GII1SON5 VILLAGE���3 bedroom bungalow on nice lot, one block  from shopping ccntro transportation, schools, ale, only 3 years old,  T.Pf $30,500, Try your offers.  Mobile Homo on Porpolso Pay Rd, extra largo lot with landscaping  In,   2 bedroom, excellent condition,   $30,0QQ, Olfors accepted,  ,Rosamund Rd,, Nice largo lot, nicely (rood, all s��rv|co& ond zoned  (or trailers, a flood buy at ,$9,500,       ,  "  Gowor Point' Rd,   3 waterfront  view  lots,   100x200',  Serviced,  cleared, $22,000 eoch, Terms available,  Orownlng Rood, Serviced lot on corner c|oso to water In quiet  area, $14,500, Drlng an offer,  . Mi Rood, ,90 acre 100' wide with creek, Vlow property, Serviced,  $16,000, Terms available.  WRITE OR PROP IN POR OUR FREE  ,,���������, PROPERTY,BROCHURE  LISTINGS   WANTED  K. A. Crosby1  086-2098  Don Sutherland  J. W. Vlsser 805-3300  005-9362  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PHONE:    PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  4 1,900' - WATERFRONT - PENDER HARBOUR  14.85 acres with 1,900' sheltered waterfront, 5 BR home presently  being remodelled, plus small cottage used for office. This property  has on  exq.el(ent  large  boy and would  possibly make., a  large  marjna with good .accessTtrorn"Tifw7t^i^tr:$t6^^00r^i^^-^  t   V ''r  t   "V'-l-  "�����  ��� 7-41  11  ^  Slfcsrf  I-.       l  . I.  *  \  ���a1-** ��s��  VIEW HOME - MADEIRA PARK  Attractive  full   basement  home,   built   August,   1972.   Approx.  1,288 sq. ft. with 3 BRs, master ensuite. Carport and large covered  ... sundeck. Situated on large, partially landscaped view lot. Close to  all    conveniences.    $55,000,    Existing    first    mortgage   approx.  $20,000 at 9%% per annum.  FURNISHED COTTAGE - GARDEN BAY  Comfortable 2 BR cottage on 2  large lease lots. Leases have  approx.  18 years remaining plus 20 year option. Close to stores,  marinas and post office. $22,000.  HOME AND APPROX. 5 ACRES  Located on hwy.   101   at Middle Point.  2BR home, oil furnace,  separate garage and workshop. $35,000.  LOTS  1.... BARGAIN HARBOUR���approx. 1 acre, nicely treed and. secluded. 35'xlO' one BR mobile home. Immediate possession.  $35,000.  2. NARROWS ROAD - good  building  lots near Madeira  Park,  $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.  A. MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION - 2 serviced lots, $9,800 and  $10i000.  5. NARROWS ROAD - Approx.,%  acre of leveMand with an  excellent view, close\itc�� water. $22,000'.  6. MADEIRA PARK - 2 serviced lots, suitable for mobile home.  $8,000 & $22,000.  7. MADEIRA PARK ROAD - building lot, close to school, stores,  gov't wharf and post office, $9,500.  8. MADEIRA PARK - 2 commercial lots - $16,000 and $18,500.  9. GARDEN BAY - serviced view lot on Garden Bay Road in Garden Bay. Driveway in and level building site cleared. $11,000.  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA - large, very level treed lot - excellent  for mobile home. Water & hydro available. $10,000.  WATERFRONT RESORT SITE - SILVER SANDS  Approx. 500' excellent low bank Gulf waterfront, 9.8 acres. Comfortable 4 BR home, approx. 1,331 sq. ft., private marine railway  for hauling boat into basement shop. This property would moke  "the finest waterfront resort or condominium site. $168,000.  SEMI-WATERFRONT VIEW HOME  3  BR family home  ini Garden  Bay - brick fireplace,   sundeck,  carport, full basement. On a level corner lease lot - fully  landscaped, fruit trees, $45,000.  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  bathrooms,  oil   furnace,   washer,  dryer,  fridge and  dishwasher.  Large level lot with lawn & vegetable garden, $37,000.  DEEP WATER MOORAGE - OYSTER BAY  Approx,  2,9 acres of flat,  treed waterfront with approx.   175'  sheltered, low bank shoreline, Westerly exposure, Water and hydro  available, A good buy at $39,900,  WATERFRONT HOME  GERRANS BAY ��� FRANCIS PENINSULA  133 ft, choice, deep, sheltered waterfront with 2 BR homo,  IV&  baths, brick'fireplace, full basernont with rumpus room and pool  table carport,and sundeck, ramp and float, Washer, dryer, frooxor,  rango, fridge ond dishwasher included, $77,000,  WATERFRONT HOME ��� MADEIRA PARK  Furnished one BR homo, approx, 814 sq, ft., on small 52' sheltered  waterfront lot, Lower floor unfinished - room for 2 additional BR's,  Largo sundeck, Close to school and shopping ccntro - low taxes,  $45,000,      '  MIDDLE PQINT ACREAGE  19,9 acres of nlcoly treed properly on Hwy, 101, with furnished  one DR cottage - 2 pco, bathroom and sundock, $42,000,  GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Fully furnished'2 BR homo with good view, partial basement,  double carport, larqo covered sundock, shag carpet and stone flro-  placo. Plus washer, dryor, range and fridge, Located on cholco  corner view tat, southern oxposijro, good pardon and convonlontly  located to storos and P,0, $57,500,  ���"-^-^WATERFRONT^GUNBOAT'-BAY------- -  Approx, 4 acres on Hwy,   101 near Madeira Park with approx,  160' wotoffront - sheltered moorage, $57,000,  ,    HOME WITH POOL ��� HOTEL LAKE  Attractive 3 BR homo with w/w'carpot r acorn flropfncq, % boso-  munt   with  storage),   Boat   shop,   approx,   20'x54'.   Situated  on  largo  trend  view   lot,   beautifully. landscaped  with   patios,   fish  pools, fruit rroes and a 22' swimming pool, $52,000.  QUALITY HOME - GARDEN BAY ESTATES     ,,  Quality built 3 OR, full basement homo,,built 1974 - w/w carpet,  double carport, very largo sundock, Mono fireplace, Llvlngroom  and dining room hovo npon beam colllngs, master BR hns full  nnsulto plumbing. Situated on soml-wntorfront vlow lot, Southern  exposure,  $69,500, ,  10,96 ACRES~WrTKCOTTAGE  If),96 acres on Ifwy, 101 near Middle Point, Nlcoly (rood proporty  with creek and furnished '<!, BR cottogo, Lots, of treoi for a log  " * "" "'"      HoMta; $50,000," ' "" * "' "���""*"' '���-  WARNOCK ROAD -.FRANCIS PENINSULA  Level ncrngo wllh'ovor 600' road frontage (npprox, 400' block-  fop), 200' deep, Possible 7 lot subdivision, 2 BR Panabodo homo,  full bnnoment,.$69,500, Open to offers, Phono Jlck Noble, res,  flf.3.2701,  ,     ACREAGE - KLEINDALE  Approx. 16 acres on Hwy. 101 - good commercial site - gravel pit  . on property. Asking $57,000 and open to offers. Existing mortgage - approx. $38,000 ot 10 per cent annum.  GUNBOAT BAY FISHING RESORT  Small resort on approx.  5 acres with about   152' waterfront in  Pender Harbour - access from Highway 101. Three cottages with  housekeeping facilities,  owner's 3   BR home,  4  rental  boats,  3  motors, loq and sryrofoam floats. $1 10,000.  READY-MIX CONCRETE BUSINESS & EQUIPMENT  Operating in the Pender Harbour area with two readyrmix trucks,  1   dump  truck,   1   loader,   grovel   crushing   ond  screening   plont,  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 out),  Standard Marine station, boit sales, floots, launching romp,  8 rental boats and 7 motors, camper space, room for expansion.  $275,000.  TOP SOIL BUSINESS AND EQUIPMENT -  RUBY LAKE  10 year agreement to  remove  top soil.  Cat  955  track  loader,  Lfnding soil shredder,  10-10 Lawrence drag line ond equipment,  Dodge single axle dump truck. $20,000.  COMMERCIAL ACREAGE WITH 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.  883-2701.  STORE & MARINA - PENDER HARBOUR  Approx. 1.4 acres sloping view property with 168' waterfront, deep  moorage, floats, fuel shed, fuel tanks & equipment. Marine supplies & general store, including oil equipment. 3 BR living quarters,  also older one BR house, being remodelled. An excellent buy at  $75,000. puis cash for stock in trade.  RUBY LAKE MOTEL AND RESTAURANT  11 modern woterfront units, oil electric, in o beautiful setting  on -4.3 acres, approx. 200' waterfront on Ruby Loke and approx.  800'  waterfront  orf<Lag6on,   Hwy.    101    runs  through   property.  Float and launching ramp on Ruby Lake. $115,000.  Also approx.   1200 ft., licenced  restaurant  with  all  equiprn^fc**  Comfortable 4 BR home, approx. 1 acre level land with 300' waterfront and 351' frontage on Hwy. 101. $80,000.  oWl&IBYLIES  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  119' waterfront lot with furnished one BR cottage - living room -  kitchen, bathroom with shower, acorn fireplace, sundeck,  water,  hydro, float. Road access. $32,500. 4  A BR PANABODE - SAKINAW LAKE  4 BR furnished Panabode with 1 V�� bathrooms, sundeck on all  sides, fireplace, 2 boats & 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.  SAKINAW LAKE  Two, furnished waterfront cabins, both with washrooms, on approx. 1.34 acres of nicely treed lease land with approx; 175'  sheltered   lakefront,   12'   boat   and  6   hp  motor,   All   for   only  $16,900,  SUMMER COTTAGE + SAKINAW LAKE   ,  Small furnished summer cottage with sundeck, on 100' lakefront  lot, Float. Needs some finishing, $26,500, ADJOINING lakefront  lot, approx. 70' of low bank shoreline, $18,900.  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx,  500'  low  bank  lakefront  on' about  llh  acres,  nlcoly  treed, $50,000,   FURNISHED SUMMER HOME & GUEST COTTAGE  SAKINAW LAKE  On 116' deep, sheltered lakefront with float. 3 BR summor homo  ��� 1,197 sq, ft, with 3 plcco bathroom, fireplace, largo sundeck  on 2 sides, Guost cottage - 396 sq, ft,, 4 boats, boat house, floats,  dlosol light plant, Westerly exposure. Wotor access only. $50,000,  EGMONT  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx, 1,000' good waterfront with several beaches and bays,  Contains approx, 42 acres. Crook through proporty, 3 BR furnished  homo,  full  basement,  all  furnace,  Accoss  from  Egmont  Road,  Excollont marina or resort site, $175,000,  APPROx7^d'"wATERFRONT  Approx,  7  acres  with approx,   600'   waterfront  ad|o|nlng  tho  Egmont   Marina,   Pnvod   Maple   Road   runs   through   proporty.  $100,000,  WATERFRONT LOTS  '���TwO"pd|oinlno*'ifot'^'"Ooch~wlth-approx.v64!.Jwa|arfront,.XIosQ.���tQ.���  school, post o  store 6\ government w  6,000 to $19,000,  larf $ 6,000 to $)  REDROOFFS  WATERFRONT LOT��� SUNSHINE'BAY  Approx, 43' waterfront lot  located on Truman Road, with' tho  flnor.1 vlow, building ulto, norvlcod with water, hydro, and sower,  Priced low for cash $16,000, firm.  'WATERFRQ^  Approx, 3 ncren of sloping vlow property with 209' of waterfront-  ago, Panoramic vlow of Mary Island and the Gulf, Property In 2  sopnr'nlo |o|s, one.with old house, $100,000,  LARGE ACREAGE - $.,000. PER ACRE  D,L, 2392, approx, 160 nr.r<is, situated'approx,  1 >/i miles above  Hwy, 101 noor Holfmoon Ray, Accosn by old logging road, Trolls  A roods throughout iho proporty, nicely trend iisablo land. Outslda  land freeze area ��� posslbln subdivision silo, $160,000,  LARGE VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK  Approx, V* acre serviced vl��W'lol on Hwy. 101, Good vlow of  , $22,500,  Gitlf.  JACK NOBLE  Ros, 883-2701  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  Ros. 883-2233  DAN WILEY  Ros, 883-9149 /  ���C  CARS fi TRUCKS.  CARS & TRUCKS  BOATS fi ENGINES  WANTED TO BUY  MOBILE, HOMES  1974 GMCpick-Up, 14,000  miles ;......., .$3995  1971FordF100,4spe���d-302 .$2195  "1974 Pinto Runabout, only 4,400  miles, As new...',. .$2995  1968 Ranchero, 4 speed ,... .$1895  1971 Mazda pick-up, 289  auto. .......,..;,...$1895  Many more trucks'and cars to  choose from. Remember our 90  day warranty 6n~fegularpriced"  cars-andUtrucks^ ���^_^_^__  1971 CHEV pickup 350, V-8 % ton,  '%ito, PS & PB, stereo H-D  suspa, boxside rails, hitch, etc.A-  1 cond. $2995. Phone 885-2439.  ;,;.';. :.;;-\,.;,-;:>:^--:iQ848-tfll������  1965 GMC % ton truck, 4 spd.,  H.D. spUtriira and truck tires,  tape deck, with or without 8*  artly finished camper. $1500.  1-9146.    , 108594  17 PT.;BOAT and trailer with 65  H.P. i-Merc. O-B. Good condition. Cabin and Jiead, $1700.  Phone 885-2100. 10923-10  MORGAGES  "���::rr;:;^rr ,., ,.���,���  -1965-GHEV Ms ton, $500_firm.  Phone 885-2496; 10924-10  NEED MONEY?  Mortgages  Arranged ,v  Bought-  .������ soio:  SECOND  hand manual  writer In good working order  for office use. 885-3231 weekdays  or 886-9214 evenings.       10948-13  OLDER   Mobile   home,   any  condition,    approx.    8'x40\  Phone 885-9750. 10936-10  r   ,  MOBILE HOMES  .121X.W AMBASSADOR  /  SUNSHINE MOTORS  885-2528 or 886-2848  (Motor dealer license 8904)  10934-8  1974 VALIANT 4 door sedan, 6  cyl., P.S., radio, 7700 miles,  $3800. O.B.O. Also 1973 Duster  340, white, 8 auto., P.S., P.B.,  $3999. O.B.O. Call Rick Paxton  980-4915 OT 521-1137; DL D7255.  ._=  :        *" 1US3MS  1966  FORD  Mustang,   4J spd.  trans., 289 V-8. Must be seen.  Offers. 886-9865. 10903-9  BOATS & ENGINES  1 "B" UC. Fish boat, 20 ft., diesel  powered. Comes equip, with Vt  net, 1 net, new condition, Northern Sockeye, 5 and one eighth  inch mesh.  1  Jana   "Mickey  Deluxe, 3, bedrooms, 2 baths,  jrajsedjlvingjoonv-electck  COASTHOMES  . PRESENTS THE 1975  MODUUNE HOMES  NEONEX HOMES  THEY ARE HERE NOW!6  ���12x60'Imperial 2 br.  ���12x60 Premier 2 br.  ���12x68 Estate IV 2 br.  with front den  -12x68 Estate IV_3 br.  withJrontJLR-  COME G GET IT  Wednesday, January 15,1975  The Peninsula Times PogeA-5  4 KITTENS need good homes.  Free. Phone 885-3450.     10928-8  FOR SALE  LEGAL NOTICES  WANTED  1967  JEEP Commando,  warn  Hubs, $1800. Phone 886-  2396. 10950-8  Mouse" Tadio teleplioneri - lfrftr  speed boat 40 HP elec-. start FG  bottom, 1 -12 ft. FG boat 3 HP  I.B., 1 -10 speed bike, 1 - trolly.  Phone 883-2415. 10938-10  - FirSt^SBeohd-Third -  SUMMER COTTAGE  AND BUILDING LOANS  READILY AVAILABLE  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP LTD.  2438 Marine Drive  West Van. 926-3256-      8909-tfn-  fireplace,   washer  and  dryer,  Spanish decor.  24'. x 48' STATESMAN  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.  ���12x68 Estate LLL 3 br.  jvithfroht-LR-  ���12x68-Premier 3 br.  ���12x60 Premier 2 br. ���  ALL UNITS IN STOCK! ,  MORE TO CHOOSE FROM  ONORDER  FREE'  TIL END OF JANUARY ��  1975,19" Portable Westinghouse  color TV in each unit  TIMBER wanted, tet us give you  an estimate. All species. D & O  Log Sorting Ltd., 886-7896 or 886-  7700. 10895-tfn  FOR SALE  DRY alder cut to length, split and.  ---deliveredT-$304FUck*lbad^-885--  3184. 10829-7  Cameo $850 Limoges French  Elite, 4 dinner plates $100:4 tea  plates $40, gravy boat $75, 1  platter $225. Elec. sewing  machine $50; Lady's coat size 20,  $150; blonde wig $20; silver dress  $35; ring $250. Phone 885- ���  9096. 10931-8  ELEQv motor pump and pressure  "tanlrfor7household~use, good/  ' condition, $i00;-1972 M.G.B. car   VICE  , DEPARTMENT OF LANDS,  FORESTS,  AND WATER RESOURCES  WATERTtESOURCES-SEI  4960 Detroiter^l0!x46,> 2 B.R, r, PRICES WJLL NEVER BE  2-80 GAL. propane tanks, brand  new propane fired household...  dryer;   near  new   3  kilowatt  Peters diesel light plant. 886-  7338. -.',.������> .y-      10744-tf  1  WOOD   and coal   garbage  burner,  $75 complete.  Good  condition. Phone 885-2098. 10890-7  s��>  }f/h  :.h  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-9121  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  '   ������.I���IIMM��.I,II     - ���   W   ii   I.'   j      '     I.,. ���   ,..   i | ,.      ���   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  heater, ready to go with or  without work. $14,500. Phone 885-  2439. 10326-tfn  LOST  WALLET on Landgale Queen,  Horseshoe Bay, Jan. 40; 4 j>.nv  Finder please mail wallet and  contents to A. E. Nicftolls RR1  Sechelt. Please keep cash as  reward. 10951-8  partly furnished.  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  886-9826  10734-tf  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  Call Collect 525-3688  May be viewed at 6694 Kingsway,  Burnaby  Member of the Western Mobile  Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012   89174m  HELP WANTED  Clerical openings are available with our Howe Sound Pulp  division. Duties include a variety of copy typing and clerical  assignments. Qualifications include accurate typing speed of 50  to 60 words per minute, manual or electric typewriter. Previous office experience desirable. Competitive storting ���salary  with complete range of benefits available. Applicants should  reply in writing including full resume and work history.  Address to:  Industrial Relations Department,  Canadian Forest Products Limited,  Howe Sound Pulp Division,  Port Mellon, B.C.  STORE AND ADJOINING HOUSE.FOR 'LEASE  Vacant store building with equipment, and adjoining house��^F<lease^iTFMa^eir^^  Madeira Park Road, across from shopping centre  Good location for store or office. $450 per month.  REALTY LTD.  Madeira Park, B.C.      Ph. Pender Harbour 883-2233  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING^  SERVICE  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C  ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  WATERFRONT  DAVIS BAY AND AREA  SELMA PARK - WATERFRONT REVENUE  4 semi-furnished suites right on the beach. Steady year-round  revenue. $365/00 per month. Stone fireplaces, auto, hot water.  Ideal for semi-retired person who likes fishing and boating. Walking distance to Sechelti Dominion Lease. F.P. $31,000.. Some  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 8c telephone are underground and  water system Is In, Previous lots In this area sold very fast. F.P.  i $18,000 each. Call Dave Roberts,  SELMA PARK  Home and two cottages, $29,500.00. Live In one, let; the other  two pay the expenses. Property includes three lots with   150'  highway frontage. Good leasehold property. Consider trie value.-  Call Dave Roberts.  SELMA PARK  View lot, fully serviced, beautifully treed. ,146 of an acre. F.P.  $16,000. Call Doug Joyce. .  DAVIS BAY  easy building c  P.P. $9,500.00, Call Stan Anderson.  70'xl22' view lot, troed ,easy building site. The best buy around,  ��� - 00. -----   -  SECHELT AND AREA  TWO VIEW LOTS  No steep hills to climb to reach these exceptional lots. Terrific  view of Sechelt  Inlot and Coast mountains.  Close  to new Ice  arena and excellent public beach and boat launch access. Only  $10i,000 each. Call Dave Roberts,  Only $3,000 downl Large lot In the Village. Cleared and level.  Ready to build on. 93' frontage. $12,500 or offers. Call Ed Baker.  VILLAGE LOT  100'x250' serviced lot close to beach. Driveway and culvert Installed. Many trees on a unique lot. F.P.  $13,500. Call Stan  Anderson.  2 bedroom near new homo on largo vlow proporty 100'x220' with  subdivision possibility, W-W carpots ,loads of cabinets In largo  kitchen ana  dining area. Heatllator fireplace.  Minor finishing  required. FP $39,000, Some terms, CaflJack Anderson.  $31,500 FULL PRICE  3 bedroom view homo In Wilson Creek, Carport and sundeck.  Double windows, full baserrtont, rbughod-ln double plumbing. Finished on outside. Heating and all Interior doors Included, Move  In and finish yourself, Call Jack Anderson.  Level  lot,  nicely treed. Handy location In West  Secholt.  Near  school, trailers permitted. R2 zoned,  F.P.  $8,900.00, Call Len  or Suzanne Van Eamond,  THRIVING BUSINESS  This grocery store makos a nice profit as well as paying a very  good waga to (ho owner. Good working hoursr 11 a.m. to 10 p,m.  F.P, $16,850,00, Call Stan Anderson.  SELMA PARK  Cozy ono year old 2 bedroom homo In nice quiet district. Electric  heating, fireplace and car port and partly finished rumpus room.  F.P. $43,000. Call Doug Joyce,  DAVIS BAY  Built only 6 years, on Laurel Road. Panoramic view, 3 bedroom  fully dovolopod basement, with roc room, extra plumblno and  bedroom.  2  flroplacos, sundeck.  Asking  $54,000 with offefrs.  ���' Call Ed Baker.  - ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA  1180 SQ. FT, HOME  Right in the village and close to schools and shops, This 3 bedroom full basement homo has to bo a good buy, Drive In carport  -^^���-���a|lxoYor��li''ElectrlC'hcot-and-f��llycorp��tedr!i-flr^lc��es,'',-*"'-^^  F.P, $49,900. Call Stan Anderson.  PORPOISE BAY VIEYVHOMG  Just past new Ito Arena, 1296 sq, ft., wAv rugs throughout, attractive corner fireplace.  Two complete  bathrooms,  full basement, panoramic vlow from living room kltchort, master bedroom  nnd  sundock.   Priced at   $54,500,   Mako your offer.  Call   Ed,  Pakor,  WEST SECHELT  View lot In good rosldomlql area. Some treos, all services arc  available Owner must sell,  F.P,  $10,000, Call Stan Anderson.  .'new  $30,000 or offers. AttractlWt'2'bedroom rancher, Walking d|��t-  nncoja.o|l crfnY.onlPncos ,wjfhlnv Sccho|t���Y)||ago,  ideal garter or  retirement homo, Attractive corner fireplace, w/Ny throughout,,car-  port, otc, For more Information call Ed Dakor,  SMALL BUT COZY '  A utartor home or for retired*, Small 2 bedroom modern home  "In rlio Vlllqfla of Socholt, Woll maintained and fenced, F,P,   $22,500, Coll Suzanno Van Enmond or Mill Montgomery, ���  $HMw^tm*ltmwiwmmtismuwkm4t&myiiwmi  * ' i'i  Qavo Robert*  Even, Phono 005-2973 ,  Stan Anderson i   'i  fives, Phono 005-2385 \  2.25 acres, 2 bedroom 3 year old view home on highway. Garden  soil. Electric heat and hot water, Must bo so|d. $27,500 with  torrm. Call Stan Anderson,  ..������.,, .,-,- ���,..  .9 of an aero, heavily trcod with a year round creek. F.P, $11,500.'  ,.l�����,��.,...,..,.�����,-.,.���,,JL,��,-~,-..�������,��. Col I. Doug Joyce, ,..��..��.��,.��,,��,.,....).,,.i.���,...t��..,.�����,���,���  4.6 ACRE HOBBY FARM  Nfeo gothlc arch homo ana' a vlow at tho ond of Crowe Road In  Roberts Crcok, Only $29,900. Call Bill Montgomery.  LANGDALE VIEW HOME  Contemporary 3 bedroom homo, all cedar lifetime1 exterior sldlno.  ' En-Sulto plumbing, unique design, Carport, Largo lot, very closa to  schools. F.P. $53,900, Call Ston Andorson or Bill Montgomery.  SALT SPRING ISLAN6  15,90 acres on beautiful Salt Spring Island, Bulldlnri site with  vlow of Active Pass. Enough timber to build your own lop cabin.  FP $35,000,00, Coll Bill Mpntpomory.  '  BETTER THAN NEW  Just outside1 Gibsons,  |2xD5' mobile homo on 95x157' lot, Toll  evergreens, fawn and garden are the sotting for this beautifully  maintained home, Financing Is no problem as our owner will  Pr  II  carry, F,P, $25,000. Call Doug Joyce.  TUWANEK  50V120' serviced  |ot,qosy 'w'oll<lhaudliilanco''io"Mdrln6"dnd'<'  , swimming, Lot Is treed Calj Doug Joyce.  Len or Suzanne  I Eves, Phono  Jock-Anderson  Eves. 005.2053  Van Eamond  005-9603  "Poua Joyce  Evoi.Pb. 005-276)  Bill Montgomery  Eyes, 006-2006  -"���"Ed-Baker  Eves, Phono 005-2641  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE 685-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT PUS DEPOT  LOWER  ���on the spot financing  ���pad space available.  COASTHOMES  Box 966, Sechelt  885-2204  DL5520  10933-8  1965  GLENDALE   3   bedroom  lOW. good cond., $6,000. No.  39 Sunshine Coast Trailer Park,  Gibsons. Phone 886-7598.   10944-8  AYERS Mobile Home Park, we  have trailer space available.  Phone 885-2375. 10777-tm  CAMPERS & TRAILERS  1968  17   FT.   Scamper  travel  trailer, exc. cond., Shower and  toilet. 885-2516. 10945-10.  SWAP  RENDER Harbour 1 bedroom  \houser-W-W, F-P, elec. heat,  close to stores, beach and school.  F.P. $21,500. Trade for truck, lot,  boat or? 883-9144. 10910-10  COME & GET IT  FREE, puppies. Phone 885-9030.  1093&J3  *\  ALDER firewood, cut to order,  $30 cord. Pickup or delivery.  886-7677. 10861-8  DIRECT from the farm Gov't  Inspected grain fed Hereford  beef sides, 93c lb. cut, wrapped  and frozen. 112t794-7388,.   10849-8  PORTABLE mini drier,  Ken-  more, like new, $145. Also .2  walkie-talkies,    nearly_   new,  $10.50.885-2321,      ""'���  10857-8  4 BURNER electric range, excellent cond., $60. 883-9151 or  883-2498. 10872-8  USED equipment���1 propane  fireel boiler, 1 propane fired No.  40 W.H.; 1 oil fired commercial  boiler, 1 oil fired domestic burner. Phone 885-9007.     .    10897^  FIRE place alder ��� A pile 4 ft.  high x 8 ft. lpng and cut to  specified length max., 20 inch.  Fraction of a.cord only $25  delivered. Sechelt area. Phone  885-2325., ,10770-tfn  Queen size Water bed, like new.  $150. Phone 885-2496.     10925-10  SKIS, poles, and boots, size 12,  $50. Good condition. Phone 885-  3496. , 10911-8  /  , manual, new, $lt^lwne886-  258L;;    Mi 10941-8  AUCTION Sale, Sat., Jan. 25, 1  v'fpTitt.,\ Old /Legion Hall, Mermaid St.) Sechelt. Items of  general interest; Consignments  accepted. Phone 885-3122. 10943-8  30. FT. WATER'tower with 1200  ���. gal. wood stave tank, good  cond.Ljpateliljrpe^comb^-Stove  POLLUTION CONTROL  BRANCH  fridge and sink, exc. condition.  885-2696. 10947-8  DRY alder, cut to length, split  land delivered, $30 load. 885-  3184. 10949-10  TRIM Jim Exerciser, $75, O.B.O.  Phone 885-2140.    ;        10952-8  LEGAL NOTICES  BRITISH COLUMBIA  ASSESSMENT AUTHORITY  Take notice that the first sitting  of the Court of Revision to hear  appeals concerning the 1975  Assessment .Roll for the Vancouver Assessment District and  ' Village Municipalities will be  held as follows:  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  including; the^ViHages of Gibsons  and Sechelt at the village Office  in Gibsons, B.C. on Tuesday,  February 4th, 1975 at 10 o'clock in  the forenoon.  Dated at New Westminster,  B.C., January 6,1975  .t     R.C.Winterburn,  Assessor.  10927-pub. January 15,1975.  Use 'Times'AdBriefs  APPLICATION FOR A  PERMIT UNDER THE  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT,  1967 ������-���':.,,;������'���  (REFUSE)   .,;.���,'.,  This application is to be filed  with the Director, Pollution  Controls Branch, ���Parliament-  <- ^  N,  /  ')  \a- ^  ^  _r  c  J~~- ������ _- *...  ^  /  *  V  -I  >;>^  's.  SCHOOL %   DISTRICT      secretary- aayton    during   board's   inaugural'  treasurer Roy Mills* left, administers meeting Jan. 9. Pregcesky was later  path of office to re-elected trustee Peter elected chairman of the board/taking  Prescesky and new member Maureen oyer from Agnes Labonte.  Buildings, Victoria, British  Columbia. Any person 'who  qualifies as an objector under  section 13 (2) of the Pollution  Control Act, 1967 may, within 30.  days of the date of application, or  within 30 days of the date of  publication in The British  Columbia Gazette or in a  newspaper, or, where service is  required, within 30 days of the  serving of a copy of the application, file with the Director a  objection in writing to.the  granting of a permit, statuig1 the  manner in which he is affected.  Those who do not so qualify may  file with the' Pollution Control  Board an objection in writing  under section 13 (6), in the same  manner and time period as  described above.  1.1, Weldwood of Canada Ltd., of  1055 W. Hasting St., Vancouver,  B.C. hereby apply to the Director  for a permit to discharge refuse  from Clowhom Operation log  sorting area located at the head  of Salmon Inlet and give notice of  my application to all persons  affected.  2. The refuse-disposal site shall  be located at 800' 345E from the  North East Corner of L1901, "A"  New Westminster, Land District,  which is approximately V* mile  Northeast of the head of Salmon  rnMet���.,^,..:^^^    3. The type of refuse to be  discharged shall be Industrial.  4. The quantity of refuse to be  dischared shall be as follows:  Average daily discharge (based  on operating period) 3 Cu. yards  day. The operating period during  which the- refuse will be  discharged shall be Continuous.  5. The nature or characteristics  (in per cent by weight) of the  refuse to be discharged is  estimated to be as follows: ���  Wood-waste 80 per cent; ���  Gravel, mud (non organic) 20 per  cent.  6. The type of treatment to be  applied to the refuse is as  follows: Compaction and burial  ���every 20 days In accordance with  Improved Dump Objectives.  7. I, Anne G. Pressley,  Secretary-Treasurer hereby  certify that a copy of this application has been received-by  the Regional District of the  Sunshine Coast.  A. G. Pressley  8. This application, dated on  the 30th day of November,, 1974,  was posted on the ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control regulations.  RouldKloy, Forester Engineer  10942-pub January 15,1975.  A Sechelt man admitted being drunk in  court when he appeared before Judge J.S.P.  Johnson Jan, 9 to answer a charge of impaired driving.  , Lloyd Emerson had pleaded guilty to the  charge when Judge Johnson commented:  "I'm only gol.tf on my experience, but you  look Intoxicated."  Emerson admitted: "I am."  His case was adjourned to the afternoon  sitting of court, but when accused entered the.  dock for tho second tlmo that day, Judge  Johnson sold ho apparently was still drunk,  Giving tho circumstances of tho charge  against Emerson, crown prosecutor Hugh  McCollum said accused had admitted  drinking half-a-bottlo of vodka at a homo In  West Secholt Jan. 7 Immediately before ho  collided head-on with a parked truck,  According to a subsequent breathalyzer  test, snld McCullum, Emerson's blood-  alcohol raUo'Wn'H1,25. Tho legal maximum la  .00.  _^JudBo.^Johnsontofln<^..��cwsed���$300...and,���4  banned him from driving for ono month;  OVER .08  In other court news, Gerald O'Connor won  fined, $500 and banned from driving for sbc  months when ho pleaded guilty to driving"  with a blood-rilcohol ratio over ,08^ Tho offense took place near Gibsons Nov, 17:  McCallum said accused was checked by  .pollco. after thoy noticed him driving  erratically, His blood-alcohol ratio wns ,21,  O'Connor admitted a previous conviction  for driving oyer .08,  Judge Johnson noted that pollco had  charged O'Connor with Impaired, driving  Iji'stcnd of over .00, ho would have been llnblo  for a Jail sentence on second conviction,  NO MOUTH  BriicQ Corleit was fIrictl tlio minimum of  $50 nnd "suspended from driving for six  months for driving over ,00. Ho admitted tho  offense,  McCallum snld CorJott wan stopped by  police near Gibsons Deer" M when they  noticed his head and toll lights were  Inoporntlvo, , '  noAD hi.ock  JudgoJohnnon handed down n $50 fine and  a six month driving suspension to Robert  Lbvlck, 21, after accused pleaded guilty to  driving with, a blood-alcohol ratio over ,08,  Lovick was stopped at a Gibsons RCMP  roadblock Dec, 15, court was told.  MARIJUANA  Allan Colleyprlest was fined $250 for  possession of marijuana. He admitted the  offense. ,  McCallum said accused was searched by  police In Gibsons Dec. 20 after thoy took him  "Into custody on another matter.  A charge of impaired driving against  Colleyprlest was remanded to a later date.  GIBSONS ��� A Marino Drive resident has  lodged an "official complaint" with council  about tho stray dog problem In her area.  J���, Emma Butcher said.she ��was, renting .'a,  houso without a protective fence and, "I'm  euro that every largo dog In tho whole of  Qlbsons uses our yard as a freeway, both to  travel to and fro and as Its own particular  ��� tollot area,"  She claimed that��largo dog owned by her  neighbour, "Is In tho process of digging,  scratching and pawing our very beautiful  :lawn,"-"  ���  Mrs. Butcher said If something was not  done about tho problem, 'someone' would bo  hold liable for seeing a now lawn ,at her  homo.  "It seems to mo there Is very little dog  control In Gibsons," sho paid.  "' Mftyor Urry Udwnto told council's .Inn. 7  mcotlnif that tho vlllngo was working  towards solving UioT dog problem and  "something will happen In Uio next few  months,"  Aid. Bill Laing said Mrs. Butcher would  Iw wlUiln her rlRhtfl lo tnko legal action  niiiilnst Uio owners of tho dog that waH  touring upliorlnwn.  Ho suggeptcd local residents who wcro  , troubled by Uio dog problem should consult  tlio RCMP and find out what Uiolr legal  a-  IMPAIRED  Alexander Bowden netted a fine of $300 for  driving near Madeira Park while Impaired  Dec. 13. He pleaded guilty.  Court was told that a motorist reported to  police that Uie had seen someone drlylng  erratically. RCMP Investigated and found  Bowden's vehicle had gone off the road and  was stopped "In Uie woods."  David Christian, 19, pleaded guilty, to  driving with a blood-alcohol raUo over .08.  McCallum said accused was checked at a  pollco roadblock near Madeira Park Dec. 21.  Christian was fined $400 and suspended  from driving for ono month,  �� .(  rights were,  In other news, aldcrmon referred to Uio  vlllngo works foreman n request from  Gibsons v. Kinsmen .Club .to connect - Its  clubhouse and outdoor washrooms to tho  village water system, ,,��.;��� ,  At present, Uio club's kitchen and  washrooms nro fed from a spring near tho  clubhouse, said Kln.smon secretary Rick  Wray In a letter.  "Wo find Uiat tho wntcr pressure Is not  adequate and also that the location nnd  condition of this spring may not bo sanitary  as required,"  Ho said hla club wanted to connect to tho  village water system at tho lowest possible  coat, "Also, wo would llko to mako our  washrooms as public as possible, and wo  would require village water to do this,"  Village works foreman Fred Holland will  bo asked to Investigate the feasibility of  ljooklng up Uio clubhouse,  Vancouver city archivist R, I��ynn Ogden  hns come to tho aid of Elphlnstono pioneer  Museum Society In Its bid to preserve porno  of Uio more valuable exhibits In tho museum.  In a, letter, alio sold alio hud learned Uiut  Uio society was concerned about preservation nnd suggested that inomlKsrs should  contact tho head of tho Pacific Regional  Laboratory of tho Canadian* Conservation  Institute. i  K ��� tWaStf-1  Page A4-^  The Peninsula Times-  Wednesday, January 15,1975  Hague ��� Pratt  a  .�����A��doubleJing*.ceremony on December. 14  united'Patricia Anne Hogue and Harold  ^NormairPratl^������~ ;���  Patricia is Uie only daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Oscar Hogue of Gibsons; Harold is the  only son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pratt of  Sechelt.  The couple was united at St. Bartholmews  Anglican Church with the Reverend D.  Brown officiating.  The bride wore a floor length satin trained  bodice and long belled  sleeves. She carried a bridal bouquet of red  roses and white carnations with gold dusted  babies breath.  Miss Donna Mandelkau was the maid of  honour with Miss Marilynne Musgrove and  Miss Cathy Currie in attendance. They wore  long mint green gowns with matching short  sleeved jackets and carried white carnations  with baby red roses and gold dusted baby's  On highway safety . ���  breath. ] ,  ' Bob Lee was the best man with Bill  -Glassfordr-and-Greg-Hoguerbrother-of-the-  bride, serving as the ushers.  At the reception which followed the  ceremony, the toast to the bride was  proposed by Orme Payne Uncle to the bride.  Ken Stewart was the master of ceremonies.  The bride's table was centered with a  three tiered cake, silver candlestick holders  and monogrammed" silver goblets. The  decorations were in the Chistmas theme.  rida^ehose-a^ortreiVlong-sleeved-pale-  pink shirt dress with black accessories. Her  corsage was of baby pink roses.  The couple chose Vancouver Island for  their'wedding trip, and plan to make Gibsons  their home together.  Out of town guests attended the wedding  from Port Moody, New Westminster,  Coquitlam, . Burnaby, Port Alberni,  Squamish and Toronto.  SECHELT-- WhenMrs.B,Monkthenew the annual spring and fall luncheons,  president of the Sechelt Auxiliary to ,St %    Smorgasbords. Mrs. p. Carter, Mrs. M,  Mary's Hospital opehed the regular meeting Humm and Mrs. I. Grkfe, to be respective  she welcomed a* new member Mrs. Hazel convenors.  Craig,  Greetings were received from Mrs, M.  Hastings Uie area representative of the  Provincial Association. Good wishes were  also received from Mrs. Bragg the hospital  administrator and staff.  Reports of the Christmas activities by the  -Seehelt^ATrallaTor^  Moscrip. The trees and sun rooms were done  by a group with beautiful arrangements'  made by Mrs. M. Hbffar. Christmas gifts  Were given by Santa assisted by Mrs. I.  Grafe. The Christmas day trays were gay  with favours made by Mrs. P. Parker.  Tentative arrangements were made for  The members had given 118 hours in the  .volunteer in services at the hospital in the  month of December.      '      " . ^  The annual meeting of the volunteers  from each auxiliary will be held in St. Hilda's  HaU on Thursday^ January 23 at 11 a.m.  NEW STEAM CAR  Testes on a new steam-powered proto-type  car#holiss that-ijts emissions are as low as 20  pep cent of the levels permitted under the  1977 U.S. federal-.standards. The car,  developed as part of the California Clean Air  Project, was built at a cost of $2.1 million.  ���   n   D  Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Pratt  ��� Photo by C. Abernethy  y       "n N  $^^^$i$^m^^^^^^^^^$^^^Mm  Seaview Road, Gibsons ��� 886-9551  COMPLETE SERVICES  LOCAL ORDISTAiiT BURIALS - CREMATIONS - MEMORIAfcS  PRE-ARRANGEMENTS  Owner-Manager  I   Knights of Pythias Lodge are sponsoring  a highway safety poster contest.  The contest is for secondary school  students and features cash awards at the  local level and chances for the poster to  advance to provincial finals.  The contest is being conducted in local  Schools by the Knights of Pythias as part of  Uie fraternal order's Highway Courtesy and  Safety Poster Contest. Prizes will be  -awarded fqr-the bestposter^ubmittedtfrpm-  the local schools.  The purpose of the contest is to promote  highway safety 'thinking' by students who  have1 recently become drivers and those who  will,soon become automobUe drivers in  British Columbia reflecting the causes and  means"by which accidents can be,prevented.  Other contests are being held throughout  Canada and the United States, a spokesman  said.  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Church services are held each Sunday  at 11:15 am. in St. John's United,  Church, Davis Bay, by an Informal  Group of Christian Scientists.  Everyone Welcome  Phone 885-9778 or 886-7882  The Knights of Pythias, in promoting the  contest, said it is hopeful of making citizens  more conscious of those things.which contribute to a pleasant experience while  driving in our streets and highways as well  as those things which contribute to .tragic  results.  The poster message must reflect the  causes and prevention of highway accidents.  Rules and regulations for the contest have  ^en^uppUed-to^tiie^principals^nd^r4,  teachers at the schools.  The local Knights of Pythias Lodge will  award prizes of $20 for the winning poster,  $15 for the second and $10 for the third and  the first place poster will advance for further  judging in the provincial contest.  The posters will be judged by, qualified  persons, who are required to determine the  winners based upon the consideration of  message, originality, effective display of  message and neatness of the poster.  The local judge representative is C.E.  Scales of Davis Bay.  IB  There's magic in the air. New Westminster   magician   Anthony   Taylor   is  scheduled to give a display of mystery and  dexterity at St. Hilda's Anglican Church Hall  ^Jair24. ,,-..-,���.,-,���.,..^������r/^ ,s~,���, .,-,.. ,���-.,.���. ..,���-  The performance gets underway at 8 p.m.  and there is a $1 admission charge.  There will be a special performance for  children at 2 p.m. January 25 in St. Hilda's  Hall. Charge for that show will be 50 cents.  Adults^  by a child.  Arrangements for {the shows were made  by Dave Haywood of the Senior Citizens  Association.     '  The way a car is* driven is a significant  factor in the durability of its shock absorbers, according to the B.C. AutomobUe  Association.    .  Storewide Reductions Mean YOU SAVE NOW!  If you've shopped our sales before, you know.  If not, you owe it to yourself to come in,  ^^look arouncl^crndsee^olhthe^AVINGSr^^  �� Shop soon and buy the Best for Less.  No refunds, exchanges or layaways on sale gootis.  Sunnycrest Plaza  Gibsons  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt   '--- ��-..-..^i?fe.T^L.^  _  i&mippa.a��af^  ,     ���  -M��S. 'V. ���      ��� �����������������������������         -1        ��� ������-���������������������������������������J__-_^____^^__ .-.-..' ../?..  ������IIIIIIIIttllllMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIir  Tho United Church  of. Canada,  SERVICES:  St. John's United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Services- 9:30 a.m.  Gibsons United Church  Sunday Services - 11:15 a.m.  MINISTRY:  Rev. Jim Williamson, Gibsons. 886-2333  B  ritSlllllllllllllllllla'IIIIIIIIIISIIISISmillliailSIIIIIISIIIIIISlUa?  ROM CATHOLIC CHURCH  Sunday Services  Socholt; Gibsons:  Holy Family St. Mary's  Sat, at6p,m. Sun, at 11 a.m.  ..Spnday at .9 a.m, '  ''      Pastori Rev, Father E. Lehner  685-9526  T\'  St. HILDA'S ANGLICAN  CHURCH, Sechelt  .SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY:  ,f  8:30 and 10 a.m,  SUNDAY SCHOOL: 10 a.m.  THE REV. N. J. GODKIN, 883-2640  ���  BY ROBERT FOXALL  With only a bare quorum present at the  first executive meeting of the New Year it  was not possible to do too much work\on  setting up new committees.  . This will be done as soon as those who  were stricken with colds, or whatever is  going around, are back in circulation. One  report is worthy of special mention. Dave  Haywood advised that he had made  arrangements for a social afternoon at the  Elementary School, Sechelt, at 2 p.m.  January 26.  There will be a film showing arranged by  our new member Bill Wilson, lately of  Oshawa, Ontario, and in three reels will show  various facets of the operation of the  Canadian National Railway including  operational scenes from the days of the  steam engines, and a great many shots of tho  magnificence of Canada from coast to coast.  , After the showing there will be the tea hour  with its opportunity of visiting with old  friends.  ^Members are reminded that tho monthly  meetlng'will bo held January 16 at the Old  Legion Hall commencing at 1:30 p.m.  Dancing on'Wednesdays and carpet bowling  on Mondays as usual.  0'  (I1  /I  BUSINESSMEN  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION  and  THE DEPARTMENT OF  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  jccpnMiicwIJiusii^  courses throughout the province as n  moans of Improving management .skills  and capabilities,  Secholt Contra /or Ctmtinuim  l\ih\c(Uhn offers the following courses:  Bookkeeping  BiiHiiicRR Law  Payroll Calculation  Fur course stnrt dates and liirllier it\formutUm  phone: RM-222S        ...   \  0^  .British  ,.���...,..  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SWIFT'S  Holiday  PURITAN  Aast'd,  3 ox IT for  CO-OP  1 1/4 ox,  Poly Dag of ,,,.,,  *    -��!'��>�����,���, ,-,#,..,.  Prices effective Thrusday, Friday and Saturday  January 16th, 17th & 18th.  PUREX  Aaat'd  2 rollpkg  I 4!  BBHRB HSOBG  9iIK(MMl  ..^���^������������������������������w. Section B  Wednesday. January 15,1975  Pag&l-8  itraostt iw."  SECRET COVE  Excellent Cuisine ond Accommodotloo  11 MILES FROM SECHELT - 805.9998  Because of poor health  f r     ?'*�����/.  GIBSONS ��� Aid. Winston Robinson has  resigned his seat on village council because  of poor health.  He told council in a letter that his health  must come first and that the village should  be allowed to have a "complete, active  member."  Robinson has served on council Ior4hree  sia��^ii#may4)iMluring4iis4erm-���durini  on council.   i  Mayor Labonte said: "It is with great  regret that I have to accept (Robinson's  resignation), but the health of the alderman,  has not been good in the past year. '  "He has done a fine job, alway^working  very hard."  Labontethanked Robinson for his efforts  In his letter of Resignation, Robinson said  Graham Lea, minister of highways," has  announced new building setback regulations  for���^proper-ly-adjoining-iprovinpial-ar-tftriaL  [\  > _  highways in municipalities and for property  adjoining all highways and roads in  unorganized territory.  Lea said, "The old regulation had a  blanket requirement that no building was  allowed within 25 feet of the highway right-of-  way boundary. This is now reduced to 15 feet  except in those cases where a lane or alley  provides secondary.access to the property, in  which case the, setback is 10 feet. This will  give a property owner greater flexibility in  locating buildings on his property."  The   minister   said   that   these   are  V-\  ��%,      <*   ;  he would be, "most pleaded at any time, to be  called upon if I can be of usefulness to the?  village in any way."  "I have enjoyed working with this council  and previous councils and it saddens me to!  have to give up something which I have found?  both satisfying and rewarding." ~ " <  Robinson said he had been impressed withl  4he-w^y-iivJ3-membere^f-j^unc^  together so efficiently as-a4eam, "and were  able to accomplish many things which, we  hope, will create a better Gibsons and help toi  make its citizens proud of their village."  Robinson is presently in Vancouver-  General Hospital, where he underwent a  kidney transplant before Christmas.  A by-election will be held in February to  find a replacement for the alderman.  Nomination day will he Feb. 3, council  agreed..Nominations should be filed on that  day at Gibsons municipal hall on South  Fletcher Road.  Returning officer will be municipal clerk  Jack Copland.  .��.��:.  ��_!  s>  '),  ��\  r    *t  /  V���������*-"'  regulations Under-the Highway Act and  operate in conjunction with municipal and  regional district bylaws. '  A new clause also controls the height of  hedges, fences, or other objects on the corners of lots at an intersection.  WINSTON ROBINSON  ... resigns seat  NEW  ALDERMEN   on  the   Sechelt Aldermen Frank Leitaeri right, and  Village council were sworn into office Dennis Shuttleworth sign their forms.  January 6. Here Mayor Harold Nelson, Alderman Leitner is new to the board;  left and Judge Charles Mittlesteadt, Shuttleworth  was  re-elected in   the  who conducted the ceremony look on as November voting. ���Timesphoto  ~V*-w*Jt    W    WlUi   I  at Gibsons  v  ���^  G  \  t  * *..  ->  /K  . #.      ���**,    S>^*-"*-tU  /  S  s  >  J.  /  \  \  \ *  I  $>  I I  <*.*  GIBSONS���Village council has turned  down an application from Bill Edney to  construct four apartment units at Ken's  Lucky Dollar-store.  Aldermen rejected the proposal Jan. 7 on  the advice of Rob Buchan, the village  planner, who noted that construction of  apartments on the site would contravene the  village zoning bylaw.  "The parking lot of a supermarket is not  an environment conducive to family living," i  he said in a report. j'j  4, >- -Council ��� earlier   granted - approvaMn^  principle to major proposals for expansion at '  "the store.       <   The apartment development was later  suggested by Edney as an addition to his  store expansion project.  In recommending rejection of the application, Buchan said there was insufficient  parking available at the site to'justify the  apartment project.  "This is a design problem, very simply  inflicted by over-development of the site; no  community benefit by way of extra parking  is provided as any justification for council  overlooking this tof taction,,,, and, indeed,  recent focus of ^attention on bylaw enforcement would not encourage flexibility,"  he said,  Aldermen noted that they had amended  their zoning bylaw once already, to allow  Edney to proceed with his store expansion.  "Further amendments to do likewise  would only undermine the enforceability of  the bylaw, and the credibility of council with  respect to other applications," Buchan felt.  Canada's fastest growing retirement savings plan has the benefits you've been  looking for:  �� Reduced income tax payments.  Approximations based on rates for self-employed, married taxpayer in British Colgmbia,  with 2 dependents under the age of 16.  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Check the yellow pages of your telephone directory for the credit union nearest you. Or fill in and mail this coupon for  a detailed booklet on credit unions and their Retirement Savings Plan.  o  B.C. Central Credit Union  Retirement Savings Plan  P.O. Box 2038  Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3R9  Please send me information that can save me important  tax dollars now, while helping build my retirement fund.  Name ...'���.   Address   City/Town . . .���   Postal Code   WN  Ci^ditUaioBS  NEW MANAGER of the Sunshine Coast    blad. She replaces Howard Pratt, who is  Credit Union in Sechelt Is Muriel Vin-    retiring due to illness.  In Sechelt...  SECHELT - Muriel Vlnblad of' West  Sechelt has been appointed manager of the  Sunshine. Const Credit Union In Secholt.  She takes over from Hownrd Pratt who Is  retiring following a recent Illness,  Born In Peterborough, Ontario, Mrs,  Vlnblnd-has spent-the -past 10 ybnrjs  managing Credit Unions. She moved to B.C.  In 1972 nnd took up a nursing career in a  hospital, operated by Uio United Church of  Canada In tho Queen Charlotte Islands.  During her final four yours residence In  that area, she mannged the Skldgato Inlet  Credit Union.  Mrs. Vlnblad then moved to Vancouver  and managed tho Ncpro Credit Union for four'  years, In 1972, she moved to West Secholt and  commuted dally to Pender Harbour where  Rho managed that credit union,  .-Mrs. Vlnblad has a "dedicatedinterest"  In the philosophy behind tho credit union  movement, and lists as her hobbles gardening, gourmet cooking nnd fishing.  The now manager of the Sunshine Const  Credit Union was widowed In 107J5 and has  ono married daughter.'  4  Vision pif iieif iicieises ikiyei  Increases In the Old Ago Security Pension, Guaranteed Income Supplement  payments and CnnadmnPonslon Plan, effective** hi '.January 1076, have been announced by Health and Welfare Minister  Marc I-alondo, ,  Increases In Old Ago Security Pension  and Chmrnnfood "Income "Supplement  payments represent tho fifth .quarterly  escalation based l>n the cost.of living, as  provided for In the Old Age Security Act,  The new monthly total at the single rate  for persona receiving both the basic Old Age  Security pension ond maximum Guaranteed  Income Supplement will be $20127,  Por a married couple who are both  pensioners, the combination of tho basic  pension and maximum supplement  will  provide a payment of .131)9,70 for the couple  monthly.  The basic Old Age Security pension will  rise In, January to $120.00 from tho present  1117,02,  The maximum Guaranteed Income  Supplement for a single person, or a married  person whoso spouse Is not n pensioner,"will  Ho up In January to $04.21 from Its current  $(12,0(1, The maximum supplement for a  married couple, both pensioners, will In-  crontro to $74.79 each from $72,(19. Added to  - the basic pension j-this will Rive each married  pensioner $194.(15 monthly, or a total .of  $:il!9,70 for Iho couple,  Some 000,000 pensioners and beneficiaries  under the Canada Pension Plan will receive  Increases In their pension of 10,4 per cent,  .    . \    ...'    A  '���  CARPET CLEANING  by ARGOSHEEN  Headquarters at Seaview Market,  Roberts Creek  ]  1  10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Monday to Saturday  Coast Carpet tare  v/ .;-.  ��ageJ.WL  The Peninsula Times  ~^r  i ���  Wednesday, January 15.1975 -r^.  4 ��*j -l'"\.    'r   Jr> "'- ,-    L f-~ ""  "alai ,aniff.^ipm  I  O 1 ^ \      '*lf\     "*   ���'     *      i     Is ���*     -" /  BY HELEN PHILLIPS  GREAT SUCCESS  The arena held Its first New Years Eve  dance, which was a great success. A wonderful dinner catered to by the Parthenon  and good music by Russ Clarke and his band.  SITING SCHEDULE  Saturday and Sunday the afternoon  session of public skating is at 2:15 p.m. and  Fri., Sat. and Sunday nights'are still 7:15.  Don't forget Sat. is adults only and it is  rather fun to get outrwith-a-^re^p-ffftd-skate-  for awhile, then go up to the bar and w^tch  the men's hockey games, and practices.  MENS HOCKEY  Regularly scheduled games start next  weekend with the men's commercial hockey  teams. They will be held every Sun. at 4:45  p.m. and 9:45 p.m.  Schedule for Jan. 19 is Gibsons versus  Roberts Creek at 4:45 and Wakefield against  Pender Harbour at 9:45 p.m.  We watched a game last week, Wakefield  beating Robert's Creek, and find it is pretty  good caliber hockey. Come on out and watch  the men play. It's better than hockey on t.v.  even though there are no instant replays.  Of course the best hockey is played up in  the bar, because anyone who isn't on the ice  figuresi he cani play better.hpckeyfitehj|he^  guys on the ice. But it ismost; ehtertaihing,  whether you are watching the game or  listening to the comments.  Gibsons Winter Club.  CURLING DRAWS  Last week saw the start of the curling  draws, with wins and losses now being kept  track of. The ladies are in need of spares for  their curling Thur. afternoon, so if you would  like to spare, please sign up on the sheet at  the rink or call Dorothy MacDonald at 885-  9898.   - ^-TV  MINOR HOCKEY ^ ...  Everything seems to be officially under  way with the new year and this includes the  niinor hockey teams. The kids have im-  MINOR HOCKEY got underway last  Saturday at the Sunshine Coast Arena  after weeks of practices. Here two  juvenile teams go at it. TheicKedule for  next week's games is carried in this  week's Times. Jahuaryl8 to 25is Minor  Hockey Week in Canada and the local  teams will be capping that with a  special ('Sponsors Day' January 25). On  that day they will pay tribute, to their  sponsors, the people who allow them to  play by paying the bills.���Timesphoto  JOHNSON "OUTBOAUDS  SEAGULL 0U1B0ARDS  BIB & SER1C1  proved tremendously and it is enjoyable to  watch their games. They are all sporting  hockey sweaters donated by their respective  sponsors.  Below is the results of the Sat. and Sun.  games played on Jan. 11 and 12.  In PeeWee action ���  i  SATURDAY *  Trail Bay Sports tied Kinsmen Kinucks 5-5;  Legion 109 won 3-1 against Standard Oilers;  T. and T. Trucking beat Gibsons B.E.s 4-1.  Bantam action ���  Tyee Flyers tied Family Mart Aces 3-3.  SUNDAY  Pee Wee  Pender Harbour 5 Weldwood Clippfers 1.  Bantam  Pender Harbour 2 Seaside Plumbing 1.  ^uvemle   " -----'---���������-���������---���*----.--- .-.���*,,���-:  Elson glass 2 Pender Harbour 1; Coast  Paving 7 Uncle Micks Whitecaps 4.  TIDES FOR THE WEEK  ��� January 15 to January 22 ��� H,  at Point Atkinson  ��� Not to be used for navigation ���-  Minor Hockey Weekin Canada is January  18 to 25.  The Sechelt Minor Hibckey Association  will celebrate their very firsTMinor Hockey  week beginning this Saturday through 'til the  following Saturday, Jan. 25, which will be  proclaimed as sponsor day by the local  association.,  ;__ _. i r   Certainly after the first week end of  organized hockey games on the Peninsula  the boys, and even the girls have a great deal  to be thankful for. This includes that all the  games are being very capably refereed,  along with 25 businesses who have come  forth to sponsor the teams for goal equipment and  team uniforms from Pender  Harbour to Port Mellon.  Following is a list of the divisions and the  sponsors and their names in each division:  House League: Pender Harbour Community, Mercuryland (Chain Saw) Sabres,  J&C Sonics, Super Valu "23's".  Bantams: Pertder Harbour Community,  Tyeei Flyers, Family_.Mart Aces, D&O  Logging, Seaside Plumbing.  Girls: Team 1 ���unsponsored, Team 2 ���  unsponsored.  Peewees: Pender Harbour Lions, Sun-  coast Suns, Standard Oilers, Trail Bay  Sports, T&T Trucking, Weldwood Clippers,  B8i^ Electric B.E:'s Legion 109's, Kinsma^  Kinucks.  Juveniles: Pender Harbour Community,  Uncle Micji's, Coast Paving, Elson Glass,  Canfor Canadiens.  The theme of Minor Hockey is one which  we hope you will abide by ��� "Don't send  your kids to the arena ... take them."  The hockey games start at 8:00 hi the  mprnintgsqnto  watch somareafthjbyable hocRelv tMs week  and next weekend.  3 acres with creek,  near ice arena.  i  The holiday season is over and we are  back on the job. v ., r     r   ;v>. ���.' a ��� ''. ;���  Lots has happened over the Holidays, so I  will try^to.fill you in.-Prior.,.to the..holiday...  season, considerable progress was made on  the building. Ninety-five per cent of the  foundation cement has been poured. The  laying of brick should commence within the  next week or two.  All is not perfect in our Winter wonderland, however. Financing is still the  biggest problem;'With the progress being  made on the building comes the need to pay  the bills ��� materials and labour ��� so, those  of you who have pledged, but not yet paid ���  we could use your money. To those who are  still thinking of joining us, we could use your  committments.  Volunteer help is also needed; so, any  time you have a spare hour during the week,  drop around to the job site to see how you can  help out. Work parties are also to be  arranged. Paul Gaucl is in charge of that  committee; so, If you wish to volunteer your  time, phone him at 886-7383.1 am sure he will  be glad to hear of your willingness to help.  Up until now we have not mentioned how  we expected to finance the building, because  we were expecting government grants from  several quarters. Ono of those grants has  deflnltley been turned down, and we have  been told not to count on one other. We will,  however, continue to pursue any other grants  or; donat^ns,..]thatvinayv.1become,, available.  Presentiynwe^ect mecost'of the building,  with clear span and concrete floor included,  to be $150,000, net of donated labour a"nd  materials. Two big expenses included in that  price are'$41,200 for a 50-horsepower  refrigeration plant, and $24,000 for a concrete  floor.  We have funds arranged from three  sources: a recreation grant from Victoria of  $50,000, debenture sales of $30,000, a bank  loan for $30,000, and income' from clearing  the property of $5,000; a total of $115,000.  That leaves us $35,:000 short of our goal. As  you can see, the concrete floor may have to  go if further local or government supjpprtJs.H  not forthcoming. This effectively eliminated  the multi-purpose use of the building. Since  the floor goes In last, we will leave such an .  unhappy decision until the final minutes, and  hope that the funds will turn up from  somewhere.  }BQ>  Call ��C        is  0040  3.8  18  0210  6.9  WE  0800  15.2  SA  0855  15.0  1345  9.4  1555  7.2  1835  11.9  2130  10.7  16  0105  4.7  19  0240  8.3  TH  0805  15.2  Sit  0915  14.8  1430  8.7  1640  6.5  1915  11.4  2305  10.8  17  0140  5.7  20  0315  9.7  FR  0835  15.1  MC  ,     0945  14.6;  1510  7.9  1735  5.7  2025  11.0  4          21  0110  11.4  Wr   TU  0415  10.9     ^  1020  14.4       |  1825  5.0  THIS WEEK 0HLY  HOMELITE XL-1, 16" bar & chain.  Reg. $174.95  ^npriAfa9JLbai  MERCURY bimOARD  SALES & SERVICE  ERCURYLAND  885-9626  STILL HAS IT ALL!     4S  Sow do you feel  m��ffi  today?  IMJ  Ky  r\rm  u  SIR  XL175  "For Franchise Information  CONTACT,  paimapamani  lhit C.fliwl.,tn nifivtiiWH'Inf fMtini'Ki.il Ii|m��m  MINOR HOCKEY WEEK JAN. 18-25        cowrie st.  885-2512  Sechelt  1  m  ��*��.  "��*��sy*s|"Sw'"S:*���  f  SEE  PSfflH^S  1  fi^?^^Vf-"^  I  DORSAlrFINS shaped Ukc' this are awhale   collects  numerous   scratches to  telephone .the   Pacific  Biological  dend giveaway for tho killer whale nnd nicks Infills fin and thoy/isorvo as Station collect at 750-5202 or 75(WJ4U2  (ClnaBorcn).They also aid scientists In fingerprints  to  Identify  the   whalo. *witl.ln an hour, of tho RlRhMnR,  identifying   Individual   whales,   Tho Anyone sighting killer whales Is asked '      .       ,        .          ,  I                     '                     t ��� ���                           ."        ��� '             .  "^  On March 1, the Modlflecl Grid System of claim staking will take effect In  British Columbia. This Is a far superior method of locating and Identifying  mineral claims. It should lead to Increased discoveries and developments,  while virtually eliminating conflicting claims.  Or. write to the  Boforo this cap happen,  >VcbVds^usrb*Q^rovlsod and "map'musTb'e'  prepared, using the Modified Grid System. And  care must bo takon that tho now system and  tho present system are not confused. So, there  will bp a moratorium botoweon January 15  nnd Fobruary 20 on claim staking In British  Columbia. Romombor, no claim staking during this slx-wook period.  For a full roport  on Innovations In B.C. mining, road "Thoro  Hnvo Boon Somo Changoa." This booklol la  , available at Provincial Mining Bocordor Offices.  Department of Minos and Petroleum Resources, Victoria,  s^r^'ciE��fic��e@uffi 11  #        tint    *r ���       -  n<   j  V  st *  I v  tf  :<c  t  *     *  l^>  Wednesday, January 15,1975   The Peninsula Times Page B-3  V  /  ,���-,  ^  o  f  1\  \  -  -v  v  ��� ���-. ���>.1r���    f  *   J  -).-  "\-���\^>.  ^  *  A  i  I  Gov't Inspected B.C. Grown  ail  'Country Cut' Pack 3 legs, 3 breasts, 3 wings, 2 backs, 2  Gov't Inspected Choice Grain Fed  pa��S^SSaT*Tt^SJ  into Chops  Family Pack lb.  POWER SQUADRON instructor Gordon  Hail, stanking, talks over an aspect of  chart reading with some of his students.  In eight years of instructing, Hall has  put nearly 250 such students through the  comprehensive Power Squadron course.  t   i!  t ��� .  I   It is a course in the basic principles of  safe boating including laws, rules of the  road, navigation and charts as well as  other aspects of power and sail boats,  boats.  a  Powdir iaioDgidlirooD  w  Once a year, Sunshine Coast residents are  offered a unique learning experience.  Every fall the Sunshine Coast Power  Squadron offers their basic boating course  which runs for about six months on a one-  night-a-week basis. One is presently underway. \ , ���,  "The course runs from Octoper to March," said instructor Gordon Halh "the actual  number of weeks varies with [each class.  Some need more, others not as much. If they  need the extra time, we give it to them."  Power Squadron is a national  organization dedicated to educating the  boating population. It arrived on tire West  Coast, about 1956 and here a few years later.  "Boating really isn't the rich man's game  it once was," Hall said, "and there is a great  demand for education about boats and  boating. We teach the basic principles of safe  boating. We are an educational organization;  nothing more. We're not a yacht club or a  group which tries to push legislation."  Hall was the founding commander of the.  Power Squadron locally ten years ago and  has been its instructor locally for eight years.  In that time he has' taught nearly 250  students the fundamentals of safe boating.  "There is about 25 to 30 students In each  class," Hall said, "arid they learn basic  boating, government rules and regulations,  rules of the road, fundamental navigation,  tides and currents, chart work and safety.  There is some practical involved."  He added, "The students take lots of  ��� cruises; but they are all on paper."  At the end of the course, the students take  a substantial exam lasting two and three  hours.  "When they pass the course," he said,  "they have a good grasp of the fundamentals  of how to operate their vessel."  At graduation, the students have the  option of joining the Power Squadron. If they  choose to, they become elegible for advanced  , and specialty'courses.,,  These include seamanship ��� power and  sail, advanced piloting which is coastal and  two levels of courses in celestial navigation  which are world-wide. There are' also supplementary courses in engine maintenance,  electronics, and weather.  Despite the name 'Power Squadron,' Hall  notes, "that's really a misconception. The  basic course is also for sailors. They learn  the basics of seamanship and sail fundamentals."  The next power Squadron basic course Is  planned for the fall. "When we start a new  course," Hall said, "we place advertisements, so people know well In advance."  SECHELT MINOR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION  GAME SCHEDULE  Saturday, Jan. 18: 6:45 Bantam: D&O  Logging vs. Family Mart Aces. 8:00 Peewee:  Weldwood Clippers vs T&T Trucking. 9:15  Peewee: BE's vs. Trail Bay Sports. 10:30  Peewee: Kinsmen Kinucks vs Suncoast  Suns. 11:45 Bantam: Pender Harbour vs.  Tyee Flyers. ���  Sunday Jan. 19: 8:00 Peewee: Pender  Harbour vs. Standard Oilers. 9:15 Juveniles:  Pender Harbour vs. Uncle Mick's Whitecaps.  10:30 Juveniles: Canfor Canadiens vs. Coast  Paving. 11:45 Girls Hockey.  Sechelt lanes  Friday night Ball & Chain: Wayne Place  263; Ed Nicholson 241; Eileen Envoldson 241;  Jim Wheat 613 (222, 202).  Sechelt Commercial: Mary Henderson  190, 284 (634); Roger HockneU 303, 231, ll5  (719); Aubrey Hudson 201, K6,J29^ (686)j  Turner Berry 214, 2441607); Jerry Meilke,  200, 224 (610); Lionel McCuaig 259, 234, 241  (734); Ted Johnson 224,232 (619); Tom.Dahl  232, 217 (594); Don Caldwell 229, 252, 250  (731); Butch Ono 199,249 (636); WaynePlace  242, 190 (589).  Walk don't run. See your doctor before  starting any unusually strenuous activity. He  will tell you what is right for you. For free  "exercise literature" write B.C. Heart  Foundation, 1881 West Broadway, Vancouver  V6J 1Y5.  ��2gX^��  iYii\@  JU 3D tsa, (BieCb fia?'  i in i ii "ii   ii-*  1MD��  8fiG8bte,VnoViir^.'  ���<&  fla?U  KARIN HOEMBERG, 886-2225  The Spring Semester got off to a slow start  - ��� last week because of the bad weather. Some  .classes were cancelled and I am sorry for  those who went In vain. Most classes  therefore start this week.  , YOGA classes on Tuesday mornings (10-  12 a.m.) have moved to Wilson Creek  Community* Hall, and Barbara Lankso Is  willing to take a few more students,  i ACROBATICS goes on every Monday 5; 30  - -��.:M p.m, nnd BALLET for children and  adults and MODERN DANCI2 Is on Tuesdays  In Secholt Elementary School. Call .lonnrio  Glompa, 805-9014 f6r further Information.  _        BALLROOM DANCING starts tonight at 0  School. Singles are also welcome.  ENGLISH grade 12 Is expected to start In  the beginning of February, provided tho  class gets a few mpro students. ,    ���  DOG CAUE, a now course wllbstart In  Gibsons Jnnunry 30,  >, PRESCHOOL SUPERVISOR course will  start around February 1st. It Is a two-crcdlt  course named 'Principles nnd Practices  within onrly Childhood Development Centres', 52 hours and the fco \wlll bo approximately $4Q-$4&, Students who worth! llko  to participate but are unable to pay the foe  f���     please contact tho co-ordlnator.  On Thursday^, February 0,O,.)0-U..l0 Helen  Roy starts a series of seminars called P.)ren,t   , SurvlYnl.TbcfIrstof 10 scsslons.(20(hourS) la  designed for mothers with pro school  children (2-4). Price $10. The meetings will  take place at tho Community Health Unit In  Gibsons; babysitting nnd coffee will bo  provided/tfj n mrolcst fee,.    ,,,��� ,,     ,   ,  'llio"meeting on^HABOTTTromVcilonnmr  Plenm.ro, wnn cancelled Tuesday, jnnunry 7  becnuso of tho weather. A new meeting will  lie scheduled In tho near future.  Tho   second   meeting   on   I .earning  Disabilities takes place January 17, Friday 8  p.m. in Secholt Elementary School. Dr. F.  Slgurdson, will discuss the Importance of  early recognition, of possible symptoms,  ways of dealing with them, and how parents  can utilize the resources provided by society,  SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING takes  place every Thursday 7-9 p.m. at Sechelt  Elementary School, Trail Bay Building. The  Instructor Ronnie Dunn has written about It  todays '     ;  "Have you over had the pleasure of  joining In a (Scottish Country Dance? If not,  then Indeed It is time that you experienced  this lively social typo of dancing. Tho origin  of much of our Canadian square dancing with  similar terms" allemnndo and promonwlor"  Scottish technique and presentation Is  French In character and goes back to tho  days of tho "Auld Alliance" nnd times when  Uio mercenary armies of Franco wore  largely Scottish, ,   ,        '   '  Scottish Country Dancing should never bo  called Folk Dancing ns It belongs to all  grades of society, This la greatly duo to. the  social pattern, of Scotland where Uio clan  system ruled nnd ns tho chief did, so did all  his followers nnd family. Each chief had Ids  piper and when the pipes wore banned after  tho '45' thoy wore replaced by fiddlers, Llko  tho pipers these men'not only composed  music but also tho dances with names to  commemorate groat events in national or  clan history, Hence tho Jacobite names of so  many dances, 'White Cockade', Right Men of"  Maldnrt', etc, It la not necessary to bo Adept  to enjoy this type of dancing. Tho chief object  is social.  ��� Won't you join tho dance?  Imported Florida Pink or White  ET3  en  for  ��'  oie slices  Autoplnn renewal applications nre being  mailed out by ICBC over the next 10 days.  Deadline for securing 1975 Autoplnn Insurance and licence plate dccnls Is February  20.  Tho Insurance Corporation of British  Columbln has opened four snlcs offices nnd  plans to open five more later this month, to  provide Autoplnn services that have been  offered In tho past by tho B,C, Automobile  Association,  The BCAA announced,some months ago  that It would not handle Autoplnn Insurance  after the end Of 1074, and ICBC president  Robert Strachan announced.then.that ICBC  would open sales offices In the nine cities  whore the 'BCAA previously provided  Autoplnn service.  An ICBC sales office In New Westminster,  directly across Oth Street from the HCAA  office, Is scheduled to open about January 10,  and an ICBC office In Nelson Is scheduled to  open on Baker .Street about January 15.  ������ Opening later, this month will bo ICIiC  sales offices In Knmloops, Prince George and  Chllllwnck.  B.C. Medium  More  PRICES EFFECTIVE: JANUARY 16TH, 17TH, and 18Th\  We reserve the right to lirnit quantities  .      I    1   MM J  an the value is superand we're proving it-every day  SOUYCIGST fi^ GIBS01S Pa,feB4  "bbbbsssb  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 15,1975  ��2  ROAD TfWBlE'  The Feai-test-  The real test ��� the only test, some  would say ��� of a democracy is the  manner in which the majority treats the  minority- In Canada, a minority much-  abused-through tnost-of the^nation's  history is organizing, demanding its  rights. Canada's Indians, forming no  more, than .two percent of the total  population, are asking for settlement of  long-standing claims ��� on land, treaty  provisions and other matters.  Slowly, the other 98 percent of us are  waking up to the fact that we skinned  the original inhabitants of this country,  treated them very shabbily indeed, in  fact, fostered an attitude of "benign  neglect" and hoped they would  gradually disappear. Slowly, very  slowly, this attitude has changed.  Two recent speeches by L. I. Barber,  deferring the question. If we don't face  up to it,'Indians will be forced into  raising the ante by taking_extreme  actions.  ^1 think the degree ofmilitahcy and  extremist measures around the world  should tell us that if we don't take the  4egitJmate-Heoneems^ofT-native���people-  seriously, we should not be surprised if  extremism, which we smugly feel is the  problem of the Irish or the Americans,  becomes our problem in a real and  direct way."  Settlement of centuries-old  grievances with native peoples is an  emergency priority, says Barber. "In  my view, the settlements we make with  native people must have number one  priority in this country. In a sense,  who   was   appointed   Indian   claims���f��^hing4hat-happens in this country  commissioner five years ago by the  federal government to negotiate with  Canada's native people, are of interest  as evidence of this new attitude.  Indians are saying to Canadians, in  Barber's words, "that this was  originally their country, that we have  either never made a satisfactory deal  with them or we have not lived up to the  spirit of the deals we did make ... We  must accept that we have some unfinished business."  Barber also warns of dangers in  is  based  on  the  land   which  they  originally owned."  He feels Canada should seize the  unique opportunity presented here and  show Indians ���and the rest of the  world ��� "that we can deal with a difficult internal problem in an enlightened  way and to show that people can resolve  their differences, complicated and  historic though they may bevand live  harmoniously    through    democratic  processes."  Victoria Times  Poets Corner  ���Your contributions are invited  The Christmas Tree  BY BASE,SMYTH "  They dragged me from my 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 myraid colours sparkling with  life.  Yet here I am forgotten, thrown away.  I don't complaint, I've seen my happy hour, .  I've served my time and now again I'm  free.  If they^d only take me back from whence I  came,  But you see I am only just a Christmas  tree.  Sechelt tyews Notes  Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eddy of Hope were  here in December visiting Mr. and Mrs.  Gilbert Lee in West Sechelt, Also visiting the  It's a blue Volkswagen and it's down there somewhere."  Lees was Mrs. B. McCaul.  The  Lee's daughter  Bonnie  and her  husband Graeme West of Port McNeill andf  their three children visited over Christmas.  Regional mathematics not up to scratch  Gibsons Mayor Larry Labonte has  asked for feedback on the proposal for  the village of Gibsons to extend its  boundaries to inplude Port Mellon,  Granthams, Hopkins, longdate and  Soames Point. ���\-\\:-  Again at the first GflMns council  meeting of the,, yearvhe asked for,  feedback again. The sec0?nd|ime it %$fc  in the general sense^tbhierning ��all  village government matters.  Sad as it is to recognize, feedback to  the village council is not a trait of the  residents of Gibsons or just about any  other village. People seenrcontent to go  -their-way-andlet-the-couneil-go-theirs.  When they do happen to cross,.you'll  hear the people complaining, usually.  That's not what we call feedback.  ���Gibsons is at an important  and  delicate situation right now. They're  about to take a very big bite. Then, once  they have���bitten; have to chew it.  Mayor Labonte is right in asking for  feedback now and we commend him for  this.'   '    " ""���"''  ���Also we are assuming that unless he  gets a strong negative reaction from the  residents o�� foe^utlying areas, he will  proceed with expansion plans.  The residents affected are the only  ones who can help Mayor Labonte and  the Gibsons council make the right  decision either to go ahead with or  forget the;expansions ������'���'�������� ;": *'--���  Thmk about it very hard Port Mellon,  Langdale, Granthams, Hopkins and  Soames Point residents, because what  you do or don't do now is what you will  have to live with for a long time.  Anyone with a twinge of community  conscience cringes when he hears the  phrase, "I don't want to get involved."  In the Sunshine Coast Ice Arena  situation, there is a unique situation.  You have Nimpkish construction who  built the arena, the village of Sechelt  who own it and the recreation  association who, are paying for it.  Last week the construction company  approached the village council, as  owners, and asked if something could be  worked out regarding their being paid  OffV  In the 1920's a group of Canadian  women asked tho logical question why  had there never been a woman ap-  pointed to the senate,  T,ho answer they got was all but  satisfactory. The government's reply  was that it scorned impossible because  the BNA specifically stated that only  JJpersons'!may bo,appointed ..���,.,������.;���,.���,,  Tho ladies, lend by Mrs. Cpirino  Wilson, promptly took the matter to  court whero thoy were defeated, but  later tho privy council decided that  "persons" covers both soxes and  therefore women wore pcoplo,  In 1930 Mrs. Cnlrlno Wilson became  Canada's first woman senator,  The PENiNSULA^r^ed.  PulilWutl Wc<lueMlavs nt Stcliclt  i)iill,(VfiSiiiisliio��Ci>(isl  IV  ..,, r.)wcllHlvi:r,NcwiT(nvnCi1cr,. ���.���.. ,���  Sechelt 'llnKf. Ltd.  ;        no*3io..s����i.c.i,RC.  Mono HRS-Mai  NubscriiJtlnn Kntesi (Inndvmiou)  Loral, V7 pcrytwr-Hcyond JSmllw,Wi �������-������  U.S.A., All). QvmcttsSI I.  Sen'lnn the urnijium I'oit Mellon to Itymmt  \llowv Sound io,fini\Inlet]  VVVa��^JVVVV\niVWVVVVV��>>faoawvtayvVtf>aVVV>aV<��VVfV,^  for contract extras. The council also  heard the recreation association's  views. The council, wisely, took the  matter under advisement and thanked  the parties. They then adjourned to  make their decision at a later date.  It would seem to us that council,  although they own the building, really,  don't need to get involved at this stage.  The idea to turn the matter over to the  construction company and the  association and let them hammer it out  has real merit. '  If the two parties can solve it that  way ���- great. ���  If they can't, let council then step in  and mediate or dictate the answer. Also  then council could act as an appeal  board If one of the parties does not like  the answer they worked out.  Councils, boards  meeting times  Boards and municipal councils hold  public meetings at tho following times  ond places.  hall, 1st nnd' 3rd Tuesdays, 7 p.m.  ��� Secholt school board, Gibsons, 2nd  nnd 4th Thursdays, 7:30 (Lower floor,  Gibsons municipal hall).  ��� Secholt village council, municipal��'  . hull. 1st nnd 3rd Wednesdays, 7:30.  ��� Sunshine Coast regional board,  Sechelt, last ..Thursday of each month,  7:30 p.m,  Member}, of tho public may attend  any of these meetings but Ronorally  must obtain prior permission in order to  spoak or represent a delegation.  Editor, The Times:  Sir ���I'm sorry if I grate on some  people's ears, but I would like to see some  truths.  The Sunshine Coast Regional Board by  Mr. West's words (quoted in the press) has  Wen in effect for nine years. My memory  makes it seven years, 1967.  Ifhas been "stated that this 100 per cent  raise from $25 to $50 and for the chairman  from $25in 1967 to$100 (400 per cent) is at the  rate of six and a half per cent.  For those who are (and should) to do some  figuring on these issues will find that six and  a half per cent raises the $25 to $41.S7. To  receive the $50, it has to be about eight and a  half per cent. Check it ($51.72).  All right, so I'm quibbling about a two per  cent difference. I think I have the right when  A Vegetable Disgrace  Editor:The Times:  >������ Sir ���By freight truck the peninsula is  only two or three hours from Vancouver, yet  when I buy vegetables I could swear that it is  more like two or three months,  I have shopped in every supermarket  between Sechelt and Gibsons, but  everywhere I go it is the same. Carrots that  could pass for gum rubber, tomatoes that are  awful on the outside and rotten on the inside,  and I have yet tp come across any potatoes  here that haven't got dry rot. Yes, and we  musn't forget the lettuce which is already  slightly rusted at the best of times. And for  sake of my blood pressure, I'm not even  going to mention the prices. r,  The vegetable situation here is deplorable  and the merchants should be ashamed to put  this type of produce on the shelves.  I would also like to mention that I have  caught a couple of stores ref reezing meat. To  them I would like to offer this word of  caution. Since obviously you have no pride in  what you put on the shelves, be at least  warned of the dangers of some of your actions.  I.E. Hambllton  Sechelt  my Old Age Pension for December 1974 is  $2.78 less than it was in December 1973.  Some time ago I wrote a letter stating I  had figured out the total payments to the  directors to be $21,000 for a year. That  seemed to have momentarily deterred them.  Now the press has come out with the same  figure.  KeithCoriiyh  Thank you from CARS  Editor, The Times:  Sir ��� May I express the sincere thanks  from all of us at CARS to you and your staff  for the opportunity to tell our story through  your valuable news columns.  May I also, through your pages, say a  thank you to our many supporters in B.C.,  who learn of our work through your pages,  and who are" making it possible for* us to  extend our services and to bring about better  treatment facilities for patients with ar-  'thritis.  This year our campaign for funds has  been the most successful ever. Our travelling  consultation services, which provide for a  CARS rheumatologist to visit key areas of  B.C., our occupational therapy and  physiotherapy services, are all expanding, as  British Columbians become more aware of  our specialized facilities for treating the  arthritis patient.  The media has played a major role in  making this all happen.  Roberta McLeod  Executive Director  \  Season over  Editor, The Times:  Sir ���Well you can sure tell that the  .   Christmas season Is over.  The holiday smiles* have left most of the  faces and already auto drivers are rude  again.  I^ast week I even heard a minister swear,  So enters 1975.  Zed  The builders of the Sunshine Coast Ice  Arena have approached the owners for more  money.  Nimpkish Construction Company made a  presentation to...the Sechelt Village Council,  owners of the arena, last week asking that  they be paid for the provision of extra fire  doors and a fire escape'which were not called  for in the original contract, but were ordered  by the fire marshall.  Art McGuiness of Nimpkish Construction  made the plea on, "compassionate grounds.'*  Payment had previously been denied.  McGuiness outlined the "cost-saving"  procedures Nimpkish had used to the benefit  of the owner. These included a rush on  construction to get the building completed  before the May 31 Winter Works deadline.  Only half of the labor paid after that date was  recoverable under the plan.  After the contract was signed, the  ���-* council -was told, the fire marshall ordered  extra doors and the fire escape installed. As  the contract called for "all doors" the  company carried the cost of mstellingvthe  other doors.  In summing up, McGuiness asked the  council to consider paying all or part of  $18,000 in overrun labor costs and the fire  doors and escape at $6,589.  _ While the Sechelt,ymage council are the  owners of the building, the people who are  charged with paying for the structure are the  Sunshine Coast Recreation Association.  Gordon Dixon of the association addressed the board and told of the  association's reluctance to pay out any more  than necessary. 'T want the"board to realize  that the money is coming from volunteers  who are doing volunteer work. They way  things are going now we are just going to  break even."  The village council took the matter under  advisement and another meeting would be  called as required.  For a heart-healthy diet, eat foods low in  saturated fat and cholesterol. Less beef and  other meats and whole milk products, more  fish, poultry and fresh vegetables. Write B.C.  Heart Foundation, 1881 West Broadway,  Vancouver, V6J 1Y5.  Special thanks to the Elves  Editor, Tho Times;  Sir ��� We have sent tho following letter to  tho Elves Club.  Mrs. Evelyn Vanstono  Elves Club  c-o Gibsons United Church '  Gibsons, B.C. \  Dear Mrs. Vanstono:  To you and all your helpers in your  organization ��� 'Tho' Elves Club' who  assisted people on tho Sunshine Coast this  past year, may wo express our thanks.  Squ.arin.giy yours  The members of tho Secholt Indian Band  who received assistance from your  organization prior to Christmas really appreciated your kind thoughts.  On behalf of tho Sechelt Indian Band we  again express our thanks and hopefully wo  will be Involved with the Elves Club In the  future,       ' v  Chief Henry Pnull  Councillor Ted Dixon  , Councillor Gilbert .loe  Band Manager Clarence .loo  WITH VOIIft EYES  (J5jjj��) r**ili��ttlnnnnf*ly  Hello there, dear friends and gentle  people and of course all square dancers  whorovor you are. This Is to Inform you that  tho Now Year square danco was Just another  great success nnd our hopes are to go on to a  , bigger and hotter, square dahco'clul) during  this half of the 71-75 square danco season, so  you-nll como now and have some real fun.  The picture of square dancers In action In  Tho Pen Times Jan. nth token by The Times  photomnn A-nstnlr Rogers Is a great notion  shot of a promenade for homo and In that"  picture you will find Jack and Shirley  Richardson, Sid and Lornlno Conroy, Harry  Jenkins and Bov Brondon, Gwen Hicks and  Uio other square dancer in the set Is cither  Tom Parish or Lorno I/well, your guess In as  good as mine, anyway, The Country Stars  thank Al Rogers for hiking jitno out to take  picturesof ourliquareT (lancers* in nctlonr"  Our next square dance Jjclng on Jnn.TO, I  guess 1 will toll you all almnt It In next weeks  Peninsula Times, po bo sure lo pick one up.  I still believe In Santa Claim because I got  BY MAURICE HEMSTREET 885-3351)  t     '   'i *>  n now typewriter from him; but do you know,  It don't spell a domed bltt bettor than tho old'  one. However, I am now open to offers on tho  old typewriter, ns Is whero Is, all-metal case,  ready to go. Just think, owning a fantastic  machine that had typed tho column,  SquarlnRly Yours, for tho post ten years,  glvo or tako a day or year, Wnps, must get  uloni",, so see you nt tho square dance.  Senioirs meet  on Monday  PENDER HARBOUR - First meeting In  -1071) of tho Pender Harbour Senior Citizens  Branch 00 will be held Monday, January 20 at  7:30 p.m. In the new legion Hall,  Sam< lament has been asked'to show  slides of scenes around tho Gulf of Georgia,  I WOULD like to quell a rumor that's been  wandering around here for a little while now.  There is absolutely no truth to the rumor  that when the metric system becomes law,  there will be ten seconds in a minute, ten  minutes in an hour and ten hours in a day.   '  To be honest, I'm looking forward to the  metric system.  Take this situation.  You have bolt 'A' with nut 'B' attached.  You pick up wrench 'C and find out that it Is  just a smidgen too small. You' look at the  wrench. It Is a 13-32 Inch wrench. What Is the  next size up?  Fourteen-thlrty-seconds Is the obvious  answer, but they don't have those. Thoy have  Seven sixteenths or three quarters or  (heaven forbid) twenty seven sixty-fourths.  A metric wrench sot will have 14 mm and  Uie next size will be 15 mm ond that will bo all  there Is to It.  LAST WEEK I was called down to tho  beach nt West Secholt to vlow what used to bo  a sea Hon. When I returned to the office, I  phoned a friend of mine In Nanalmo about  the bcust,  Dr, Mike Biggs is a marine biologist  working out of tho Pacific Biological station  In Nanalmo. Ho specializes In marine  mammals of which tho sea Hon Is ono.  Mike told mo a bit about soa lions. Ho snld  from the description I gave him, that this ono  Is probably a Stellar sea Hon. He said during  -atripto the Trail Islands ho saw a colony of  about 100 soa lions recently, I told him thoro  wore no apparent marks on tho animal nnd  ho put forward Uio Interesting proposition  that It may have drowned In tho previous  night's storm. It may also have succumbed  to old ago,  Mlko said many sea lions meet their fate  In raids on fishing nets. Shooting one under  any other conditions Is strictly vorboten.  Dr, Bigg, ns ho hates to bo called, Is  probably better known for his work with  Idllor whales. Mike was tho one, who  originated the klllor whale census and camo  iip with the Idea this year of having  telephone numbers whero people could cull  In when thoy spot a killer whale.    "  The Idea Is that when you spot a killer  " whhld or pod of killer whales, call one of two  number;) collect and pass the Information on  to tho biological station, Thoy will then  dispatch a boat or aircraft to photograph the  |>od or whale,  ��� Ifpom-tho photogmphr believe It or not;-  they can tell who tho whale Is. Mike explained that through Its life, the whale goes'  around collecting nicks nnd scratches In Its  dorsal fin. An individual whale can be  By Don Morberg  identified by the nicks in its fin.  ���   Descriptions of each whale are filed. A  good example of the nicks on the fins is  shown in a photograph of today's Times.  Nickless, scratchless dorsal fins are a rarity.  Speaking of killer whales, you can expect  to see more and more from now until the  spring.  Speaking of seeing whales, If you do spot a  whale or pod, call the Pacific Biological  Station at 758-5202 or 758-6432. Call either .  number collect and tell them you have a  killer whale siting,  Mike told me that this area had been a  great help In tho past with killer whale  sitings.  The phono call, by tho way, has to bo  mode within the hour of tho sighting. If more  than that time has elapsed, It will mako tho  pods very difficult to find,  MY WIFE, Georgle, camo up with a  brilliant Idea. She sold that seeing as tho  minimum wage in B.C. is $2.01) an hour, tho  old age pension should bo that times eight  hours a day, five days a week, 52 weeks a  year. That works out to $20 a day, $100 a  week, $400 a month (more or loss) or $5,200 a  year. '  . If $2,50 a month Is tho minimum working  people are expected to live on, then shouldn't  It bo expected that a retired person's needs  should lie about tho same?  ^^REPLlES.nrQ.coming.ln.to.mo.about.thQ^.^^...  members of parliament and their pay ln-  crcasos. So far tho fooling Is running strongly  against tho MP's getting a wngo boost of any  typo. Drop your comments to mo at Box 310,  Socholt, ��� ''   ' ''  Tho majority would rather acq the money  channeled to senior .citizens,  IN RESPONSE to quite a few Inquiries,  'China Jim' Wilkinson has not left Tho  Times, but ho has left China,  Wilkinson, whoso .popular articles on life  In China appeared regularly In Tho Times,  phoned last week and said ho had been  transferred from Peking and spent some  time In Israel. '  He had sent us a Christmas' article from  Uie Holy land, but, unfortunately It did not  "got 10 UN,��� ���" ���~ "" """' -"" - " ~"T"  From Israel, he heads to England for, a  few months and then back to China,  , I assured him that his articles wore  missed and ho said he would start writing  them again,; starting with his observations of ���  tho Holy Lond and then England, 'Hie firnt  ono should arrive In a few days.  Jim Is ah employee of CP Air which accounts for his country-hopping. Wednesday, January 15,1975  The Peninsula Times  PageB-5  m?�� ��&^��e\  " The Sun mternationatproduction of "The  / Lifaand Times of Grizzly^Adams" starts at  United engagement at the Twilight theatre  . on Jan. 20 and 21. The. features stars Dan  Haggerty who poftrays aihistoricaHrontieiT  figure James "Grizzly" Adams. One of the  THERE MAY BE snow on the ground in  most places in the Sunshine Coast; but  in West Sechelt, Mrs. Amy Rouse has  blackberries growing. Mrs. Rouse also  reports several roses blooming near her  home. The blackberries, by the way,  ew service  aids seniors  A hew service is being initiated to help  keep senior citizens in communication. The  service will also provide an emergency  function.  ��� At Uie December general meeting of the  Sunshine Coast Human Resource Society,  approval was given to the committee on  senior services to start a Telephone Tree.  This is a phone service to seniors and handicapped living on their own. Calls will be  made on a regular basis to keep in contact  and arrangements will be made in advance  as to what should be done in an emergency.  This service will" be supplied free of  charge thanks to ladies auxiliary No. 109 of  the Royal Canadian Legion who have  volunteered to install and pay the monthly  phone charges. Offices will be in the  basement of the Coast Garibaldi Health Unit,  1474 Fletcher Rd., Gibsons, until such time as  Uio area has an Information Centre.  This service is available to all from  Pender Harbour to Port Mellon. Referrals  for this service or for Information on services  available to seniors, please contact Mrs.  Louise Hume at the Senior Services office  880-7415 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  were not too bad. The only thing left is to  figure out if they are late summer or  early spring.  more Important performances rendered in  me film is by a 450 pound silvertipped grizzly  named Bozo.  In a time when wild animals, especially  the ferocious grizzly, were greatly feared  and misunderstood by the early settlers,  Adams^ emerged in newspapers and dime-  novels as the kind of living legend that  neither feared nor misunderstood any Uving  thing, with the possible exception of  mankind. r " "  Because Bozo's performance jiad to express the affinity that Adams held for the  animals he encountered in the mountains,  the responsibility for Bozo's portion of the  script fell on her trainer. Terry Rowland  from the Olympic Game Farm in Sequim,  Washington. Terry's patience and kind  understanding with Bozo yielded the scenes  that make "The Life and Times of Grizzly  Adams" a superb wildlife film.  In a scene from the film, Bozo is shown  rescuing Adams who had been struck and  toned_by_a���tree���he���w^is-6hopptag-.--The���  assistants and trainers who were ready to  help Bozo roU the tree from the actor's leg  were not even needed as Bozo performed the.  action perfectly in the first take. "We  rehearse a lot," explains trainer, Terry  Rowland. . ,r  Bozo's previous screen credits include  'King of the GrizzUes' and numerous  television commercials. Off location, Bozo's  time is spent in entertaining occasional  visitors at the Olympic Game Farm, and  learning new scrips for the opportunity to be  the animal lead in another picture. Her  acting abilities make her very useful to  producers of films like "The Life and Times  of Grizzly Adams".  On January 15 to 19 at the Twilight,  Herbie Rides Again.  ... The car with a mind of its own is backfna  sequel which is sure to become an instant  success. Sceenplay by Bill Walsh, who also  produced, from a story by Gordon Buford, is>'  on a juvenile level and Robert Stevenson's  direction keeps to a slapstick rather than  sophisticated approach. But, except for the  most hardened critics, "Herbie" will provide  a lot of entertainment for audiences of all  ages.  Two-time Academy Award winner Helen  Hayes makes her Disney debut as the human  -lead and Obviously enjoys what she's dofni  Male star Ken Berry is as soft as Stefanle  Powers is tough and Keenan Wynn creates  an ultra-caricature of a two-fisted tycoon,  I  S^&iaiaytsai  TBne Life asuci Times of  RELEASED BY SUN CLASSIC PICTURES�� 1974           !"��>:,.*!#: "��� |  Two Shows Nightly *7:00 p.m. and * 9:00 p.m.  i  Gibsons  886-2827  as��^��gwi^^  I .^riMaV i. / .   h        K    *    .y>{     *��� . > ' ., *      *.     ft       l   �����       au.     u    a.   __���_��_��_     ���     __ ?  -'j^DAffCMNG  , 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m  SAfURDAY, JANUARY 18th  , j  >4.  Boat in Live Entertainment  "alOllsl IN THE FUN" ���  PENINSUIA  HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Chargo ��� 886-2472  iim^iimiiiHiwinwM  !��� ��J��MJ����MJ��JI��l����MaT��IMaHialals��aIamMamaHi��amj����JlaTasl����J��ll  The Home Fron  By  Lon  Van Egmond  /  "LooK boforo you loop" npplloa not only to  Ihp hniiho you wont, but also |o your  " I In allSiICM'aKirH,^  ttnvlnrjn ft loon ho�� lormtt) tolls you whot  you can nllord and wholhor iho usual "ono  wank'* Incomo lor ono month's mortflonn"  (It* your situation,  * * "     ',  pupl of'tho luluroi a pound o| uranium  conlolrm Iho onoroy o| ihroo million pounds  ���.. ot coal..,,.  Controln that turn on at du��K aro bocomlno  popular lor lawn and porch Unlit* o�� woll an  Innldi) lljiliU |o brlflhlnn hallo niyl nlalrtt,  pnd illiJjnurnrja l>urqlnr��,  * *  Tllo"i    A    nyfdum    lor   Johlpn    Ihlno?.,,  nlphobollrnlly,  Off����i lti(i your lioumt for nalu1? Ono a  "nothlnci'tcvdo" altomoon to llx tanking.  Inucots, Drlpplna walor rllccolort "Ink  nnamo| and nuno����M'. laully p|uii)l'|nfl. And  ll you want pfolnnnkiiKil nistliitnnrn' In  (|o|linfl n nn��d dual, roll o* nt        ,'  SUNCOAST ESTATES  In Socholt call 005-2241  .11 site  EVERY MONDAY - 1:45 p,m��� Community Hall, Roberts Crook, ElphlnMono Now Horizons  carpot bowling, cards & films.'  EVERY MONDAY ��� 2 p,m, S,C,A. No, 6? Carpot Rowling, Old loglon Hall, Socholt,  EVERY TUESDAY -- 7i30 p.m., Socholt Loglon Hall S.U.D.S, (Socholt Ups and Downs) Club,  Now mombors wolcomo,  EVERY TUESDAY - 2 p,m��� Slo'ma Park llorlcons bowling, Solma Park  EVERY WEDNESDAY ��� 2 p.m., Sonlor Swlngors danco group, Old Loglon Hall, Socholl,  EVERY WEDNESDAY ��� 0:00 p.m., ningo, now Loglon Rulldlng, Socholl,  EVERY THURS -~< ii|QQ p,m��� Bingo, Pondor Harbour Community Hall.  EVERY TIIUR5 ;-.^MTOPSl'mn��tlnga^  EVERY'TIIMRS-'-Q" p,m,r Inlfotluctory Uciuro, franacondonlai Modllnllon as taught by  Maharouhl Mn|io��li Yogi, Whltokor Houso,, Socholt.  EVERY FRIDAY 1-3:00 p,m, Gibsons Unltod Church Woman's Thrill Shop, Also first  Saturday of oach month, 10 o,m. to 12 noon during summer months,  EVERY SATURDAY ��� 2f4;Q0 p,m��� Transcendental Modltallon Introduction,' Cowrlo SI  Socholl,  EVERY SATURDAY Opon 12 noon to 2:00 p.m., Wilson Crook Library,  The  -lUfcrBox 310f SechelftfBX  Telephone 885-3231  exniDiis  at:Whitaker  There will be new exhibits at Whitaker  House every two weeks, planned by the  newly elected exhibit committee consisting  of Jackie Holecka, June Swart? and Trudy  Small. V  Be sure to see the entire collection of Che  Sunshine Coast's artist's spring offerings.  ^ret-in-a^er4e^-wtil^e-4ie-water--colour-  paintings by Charles and Alice Murray of  Selma^��ffk7"fe^tur^^  era, local landscapes and florals.  Whitaker House is open Monday to  Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  A^  *���   \  >�����  V  T,  r,   'if   -^  o  DAN HAGGERTY co-stars with a 450  pound grizzly bear Bozo in the film 'Life  and Times of Grizzly Adams' which is  showing at the Twilight Theatre  January 20 and 21,  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  ID  Pursuant to section 703 of the Municipal Act, public hearings will be held as  follows to consider by-laws 35[23], 35[24], 35[25] and 35f26] ��� by-laws to  amend the Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning Bylaw #35, 1970. All persons  who deem their interest in property affected by the proposed by-laws shall be  afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the by-laws.  1. By-law 35(23)  [a] Intent  , (1) To place all lands in the Sunshine Coast Regional District not previously  covered by zoning into the country zone.  (2) To establish standards applicable to country zones, including a maximum of  two, dwellings per parcel and a minimum parcel size under subdivision of 4  hectares (9.9 acres).  [b] Hearings  (1) 9:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 28, 1975, at the Regional District Offices, Wharf  Street, Sechelt.  (2) 9:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 22, 1975, at'-the Reef Room, Jolly Roger  Hotel, Secret Gove.  2. By-law 35(24)  [a] Intent i  (1) To rezone various lands between Wood Bay arid Bargain Bay from R3 to R2A.  (2) To establish standards applicable In R2A zones, Including generally those  standards applicable in R2 zones, and a minimum parcel size under subdivision of  2000 square metres (21,527.7 sq. ft.). \  (3) To designate these lands as a "Development Area", pursuant to section 702A  of the Municipal Act.  |b] Hearings  8:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 22, 1975, at tho Roof Room, Jolly Roger Hotol,  Secret Cove, ,  ������������������-��� ��� ������ ' , j | ''",,'  3. By-law 35(25)  [a] Intent  (1) Tp rozono D.L'1329, Lots 9 and 10, Plan 7627 (old Solma Park Loglon) from  P to P2 (public and Institutional).  (2) To establish standards applicable In P2 zonos; Including tho permission of  Neighbourhood Public Houses.  |b| Hoqrlngs  7:30 p.m., Tuosday, January 20, 1975, at tho Roglbnal District Offices, Wharf St.,  Socholt.  4. By-law 35(26)  \a\ Intent j ,  ���. To rozono  D,L, 230?, Lot J?4, Plan 13334, SocrotCpvo (long arm), from C2 (Ros-  ' Idontlal) to R2 (Commercial).  |b|  Hoqrinas  7|00 p.m., Wodnosday, January 22, 1975, at tho Roof Room, Jolly Rogor Hotel,  Socrot Cove,  Take notice that th> noctionn [aj above aro ��ynopio�� of tho four by-law*, and aro  -not-dacmod-to-ba-anintoiprotatlo^  spoctod at tho Regional District OfflCos, Wharf Stroot, Socholt, during offlco  hours, namofy Monday to Friday, 0(30 a.m. to 4:00 p,m,      1  m  Sunnhlno Coast Regional District  Dox 000, Socholt, B.C. VON 3A0  005-2261  Secretary-Treasurer ft-  Terms council'shortsighted'..  GIBSONS -r- A Skyline Drive resident has  blasted council for its "seeming support" of  a proposed condominium development on the  Bluff.  "It is remarkable how our elected  representatives   historically   can   be   so  proved rezoning ofSJ^ie seven-lot Skyline  Drive site from a comprehensive development area (CDAtto multi family use (RM2)  to enable the Main Home Improvements  people to proceed with more detailed plans of %  their development  Aid. Kurt Hoehne, council's finance  chairman, said! "I don't think McGown is  very well informed on the whole matter. He  should go to the village and get all the information before writing us a letter."  Added Aid. Stuart Metcalfe: "As chair-  shortsighted," said Walter McGown in a  ietter^ubjnitted-to^ounciVs-JanT-T-meetingr-  "Some seven or eight years ago, about 21  property owners attended a council meeting  to voice our disapproval of the village  granting a commercial zoning to the same  property."  McGown charged that the condominium  development,   proposed  by   Main   Home  Improvements of Vancouver, would allow  minimal parking and no play area for  -childr-enr  Final rezoning would be subject to a���man of the planning conunittee, I shouJd-  drop-'around and Tiave a chat with him and  public-hearings-   McGown said that council, "is seemingly  supporting another commercial plan that  offers the community nothing but trouble. If  tax gains is the goal of council, surely private  dwellings on these lots would provide just as  much tax income and more sewer connection  income than the proposed commercial  venture, and the private residences would  present no problems of parking and 'people  illution' whffch the commercial venture  get him to see reason."  Arguing further against the condominium  development, McGown said in his letter "The  parking in this restricted area, which is  presently extremely hazardous, (is) admitted by you personally to be a probelm not  controlled properly by police in that speeding  cars and joyriders make the area one of  several that are not controlled acceptably."  He said developments such as that  proposed by Main Homes Improvements,  "tend to become nothing but slum areas and  these high density residential units havp  made the west end of Vancouver a mess.  Surely we in Gibsons are not ready to have  our community spoiled by shortsighted  leaders."  ���rHe^d-the-viUageJiad-no proof-that Main"  Home   Improvements   would   carry   out  lsMisfain^ily~i^ir~"r^^  for the development.  "None of us want a blight on the waterfront area," said McGown. "Let us develop  with sane, sound and sensible housing  without the gamble of commercialism that,  all too often, is regrettably allowed to present  schemes and proceed not for the good of the  community as a whole."  Before agreeing to pursue rezoning of the  site, "council requested  and  number of assurances on the development  from Main Home Improvements.  Trees on the site must be left intact where  possible and the natural surroundings of the  area must be maintained. '-������-.  A playground must be constructed and no  dump rock or excavation material can be  dumped over ffieTbanfc  The developers must also pay for a sewer  extension to the site.  A village spokesman said a preliminary  public hearing likely will be held within two  weeks  to   gauge  the  reaction   of  Bluff  jesidents_to_^the-_condQmimium proposal.   "If reaction to the development is  positive," said the spokesman, "we would  enter into a special contract with the  developer which would give the village  complete control over the development."  Main Home Improvements would also be  required to post a performance bond, he said.  The 12-unit condominium development is  proposed for Lots 7 through 13 on Skyline  PageB-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 15,1975  MEL TAYLOR  ���414-Joyce^t.r Coquitlam���  FREE ESTIMATES 939-2579  CARIBOO AUTO SALVAGE LTD.  -Driver^  Quick Removal of all Scrap Metal  Ob jects-'LARGE OR SMALL WE  HAUL EM ALL'  Specializing in Trucks and Heavy  Equipment of all types, also Car-Bodies  and Tin removed. Complete yard cleanups arranged.  Phone 9J9"dv��0 Collect!  Serving the Sunshine Coast  At-an earlier meeting,-aldermen Jap^    oby^oush/jwill do."  * Put your message into 4,000  homes (15,000 readers) in  these economical spots. Your  ad is always there for quick  reference  .   ;   .   anytime!  ACCOUNTANTS  W. f hilip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res'. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  (stoir^  * Here's an economical way to  reach   4,000   homes   (15,000  readers) every week. Your od  waits patiently for ready reference ....   anytime!  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)   rPenC-enPump   CONCRETE PUMPING SERVICE  PORT MELLON TO PENDER HARBOUR  886-7417 or 886-9890  Larry's Drywall Services  Specializing in drywall applications'-  insulated and textured ceilings  885-2464  KENNELS  PAINTING& DECORATING  "FOUR-O-EIGHTH-  RETAIL STORES  -C&S-HARDWARE-  ARCHITECTURAL-  PLANNING  SUNSHINE DESIGN  AND DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  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"ALL BUILDING MATERIALS"  "READY-MIX"  "CONCRETE-GRAVEL"  "WESTWOOD HOMES"  "GENERAL PAINT"  886-2642 886-7833  Highway 101 ��� Gibsons  KENNELS  Boarding for Dogs and Cats, approx.  2 1/2   miles along  Redrooffs Road  from Sechelt  885-9469    ���    Francos Ave.  CABINETMAKERS  R.R.#1, Sechelt  AUTOMOTIVE   SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts, Sales & Service  - Rotor Lother Service for Disc Brakes  and Drum Brakes  - Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons ��� Phone 886-7919  BBMIHmHHMIIIIMSgagH  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ��� Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Madeira Park _       Phone 883-2711  HOURS  Sechelt: Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m. to   3 p.m.  Gibsons & Pender: Monday-Thursday  10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS  Pine and Cedar Furniture  885-2601  G. S. McCrady  CABINETMAKER  Custom cabinets, Kitchens, etc.  Porpoise Bay Road, Sechelt  Next to Ranger Station  885-2594  L. E. FRADETTE  SUNSHINE CONSTRUCTION  New house framing and renovations  Pre-fab house erections  Phone: 885-9435  KNITTING MACHINES  BROTHER  KNITTING MACHINES  Coast Representative:  Esther Anderson  885-3357  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  Box 943, Sechelt  885-2734 Evenings. 885-2936  PIANO TUNING  CERTIFIED PIANO SERVICE  Regulating ��� Repairs  ' Electronically Checked  Workmanship Guaranteed  David Nowoselski 886-2783  DAY CARE  BLASTING  TEDS BLASTINGS CONTRACTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  , Basomonts - Driveways - Septic Tanks  Stumps ��� Ditch Linos  Call for g free estimate anytime  TEDDONELY Pendor Harbour"883-2734  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  Gonoral Building Contractors  All Work Guaranteed  Phono 885-2622  Box 7 3, Socholt, B.C.  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  For All Your  Building Needs  PHONE VERN, 885-2525 or 886-2344  TRAIL BAY DESIGN  WILL BUILD TO SUIT  COMMERCIAL     RESIDENTIAL  085-2713  -!,-  .11  l���.i-��� ������������-.���.������I��� .il.il. | ��    ll'l    ���!���'��� ��� ������-is���������-  SKANNOR DEVELOPMENTS LTD.  Quality Is our Namo  Building Is our Oamo  Residential ��� Commercial  Flroplacos and Drlcklaylnti  005-2692 ��� Box 060, Socholt  .,._ MISSION PlilNT DEVELOPMENTS,,  , ' .  >��,;��-LTD.  UUILDT0 5UIT  PHE-PAn HOUSE ERECTION  RENOVATIONS  Evas 005-9951 - - Box 547, Socholl  fmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiimmmm  BUILDING SUPPLIES  ^A.C. RENTALS* BUILDING"  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Bulldlno Noocla  Maclolrc, Park Phono 003.2505    (   WINDSOR PLYWOODS  ,|lho Plywood Poop|��*| A^  All, PLYWOOD i  <�����   ,  ,,_ EKo|lG,nn<IConMDKt|on_ _^, _  ,,,. *' I'ninilllno ��� f)��)prv*Mou|<llnu��  Olsiitn ��� Insulation   .  Hwy, 101 ���- Gibsons ��� 006.9221  CARPET CLEANING  CARPET & CHESTERFIELD  CLEANERS  WE CLEAN WITH  ARGOSHEEN  (Free Estimates)  TOM SINCLAIR: 885-9327  phone 12-1 p.m. or after 5 p.m.  CONTRACTORS   BOUTIN BULLDOZING  CLEARING, LANDSCAPING, AND  BACKHOE WORK   TELEPHONE886J824   R.R. 2, Gibsons  Wilson Creek  DAY CARE CENTRE  ages 3 - 6  qualified supervisors  885-2721  LAND CLEARING  MACHINE  BRUCE CAMPBELL BULLDOZING  Road Building, Land Clearing, etc.  Hillcrest, Ave., RR 1, Gibsons  886-7672  DOUBLE R TRUCKING  LTD.  EXCAVATING--SAND  GRAVEL -��� FILL  Phono 886-7109  DRYWALL SERVICES  Mac Cameron  PH. 885-2706  HARBOUR CONCRETE &  GRAVEL LTD.  Ponder Harbour oroa  Sand ��� Drain Rock ��� Crushed Gravol, olc  Wo now have 2 concrolo mlxor trucks  la servo you,  R.R, \,MadolraPark  Phono 003-9911  " J, B. EXCAVATING CO. 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Drop In today  to  havo It chocked, a worn noodlo la  Ota ma|or cauno of rocord domago,  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SEW  ELECTRONICS  ft APPLIANCES  Cowrie St., Socholt   006-2660  tomoiTow'H (Woollen man   . .  hIo|)|)<<1 n(lv<-rliHm�� ycHl<T(lny,  ���...������.^,���  i i   call our ��<lv<:r(iHii��f>; cl<u|>urtiii<ent today  at 8ft5"32��I  ->v  L  Choose from the largest  selection of parts  on the Sechelt Peninsula  TsiiNsiiii^^  MB  INDUSTRIAL  ^ ������!  �����! F"^1     *mm*   "^m*     pm   wv m^ p^ pi   mt s^sssase^  PARTS LTD.  Wharf Rd., Sechelt 885-2296  i��0����0 OI'  I���OWI a  ���V*W  RENOVATING?  Lot  us  holp you  trannform your'  homo Into your caatlo,  SECHELT  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  (1971) LTP.  Wharf A Dolphin Stroofi, Socholt  {<  m*jrmm\ i*ageB-8  The Peninsula Times      Wednesday, January 15,1975  Happenings a,  Harbouj  JANUARY 6 ��  Just got back from a hectic weekend in  town and received the stunning news that I  have to go back to work tomorrow. I was  getting quite used to laying around and en-  -joying-me-good-Ufe-and_managing-to_stir_  myself now and again to fill out my unemployment insurance forms. Well, as my  mother is wont to say after the holiday  season, back to old clothes and porridge.  Plus in my case dirt under my fingernails  and sweat on my brow!  While downtown we went to Simpson  Sears where the crowd of people was such  that it took us three hours to replace an ar-  delivery to us.  Of course, while I was gnashing my teeth  at the delay my wife, sister Anne and my  mother were cheerfully shopping amidst the  madness.  However I did notice one thing that lifted  my black mood a little. I was waiting at a  prearranged spot for the ladies to join me  when my attention was caught by a young  mother dragging her infant by the hand  along the aisle. Both looked most unhappy  and when they-were passing-a display which  featured a large stuffed tiger the little one on  ilse^ablredVthe^gerty-m^il-and-off  recently. My gosh* the road into it is in  dreadful condition. Since then a number of  people have brought it to my attention.  I do not know what agency is responsible  for the upkeep of the road or how often it is  checked for wear and tear but it sure is in  need of a facelift.  JANUARY 8  First day back at work yesterday and now"  I'm home again, courtesy of the snow. I  thought we were going to get away with it  this year. Just shows what kind of a weather  forecaster I am. At least there will be lots of  happy kids around.  Good friend Alvin at theRoyal Bank at the  / Jock Baehop 883-9056  then, who else was more fitted fotJhe-  unenviable task of clearing them out? I  didn't agree, and insisted on a vote. After I  was defeated ten to one (there wereeleven in  our family) I said with a-nonfehalance I didn't  feel. "Oh well, I'll just go up and clear mem  out right now." ���~~T~~:  Followed by a discreet ripple of applause,  I made my way upstairs and was admitted to  the old lady's room, petermined not to  weaken, I opened my mouth.  "You have to go", I said. It came out in a  squeaky falsetto voice. Appaled, I tried  again. Worse, it sounded like a stricken bull.  The old lady started, and a tear glistened in  the young girl's eyes. I had shot my bolt and  Nbeiieve is a case of infected sinuses. If you  . ate reading this at work Alvin ��� welcome  Back, we missed you.  COMMUNITY CLUB  A general meeting of the Pender Harbour  Community Club will be held Sunday,  January 19. Please attend. Time of the  meeting is 2 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR LIONS CLUB  I accepted a kind invitation recently by  Jack Barrett to join local Lions at one of their  dinner meetinsts. I enjoyed'the company and  they went ��� r^otherdragging child and child  ���dragging tiger! I almost hadj hysterics  watching as people tripped cursing over the  tiger as the mother forged on through the  crowd pulling her charge with he|%  Finally she passed a full length mirror  and like any woman glanced at her reflection  and saw the tiger. I regret I must draw a veil  over what happened next. Suffice to say an  embarrassed lady and her wailing child  disappeared into the multitude of shoppers  leaving a disconsolate stuffed tiger sitting in  the middle of the aisle causing no end of  comment by passers by ...,  MADEIRA PARK  Bill Bomford asks me to remind you that  there is a radio phone in the fire hall here in  case of emergency. It can only be used if toe  normal lines of communication are down and  someone needs an ambulance or something  of that nature. In emergency, notify any  fireman.  HELP WANTED  You know, since I started writing this  column many people have contacted me  saying it's time Pender Harbour got more  coverage in the Times. Well and good, and  while I was laid off from my regular job, I  found it reasonably easy to scout around with  pen, tape recorder and camera and gather  lots of items from this area as you may have  noticed in the last couple of months.  Many people have been kind enough to  say nice things about my writing and I am  grateful for that. However, now I am back to  my regular line of work and don't have  nearly as much time to gatheTnews.So^&=  Here is the pitch'. I would like to appeal to all  of you to help me by calling in with anything  you feel is worth reporting.  I want to see the Harbour well  represented and with your help it will be.  Thank you.  POT HOLE PARADISE  Took a trip to our local garbage-dump  A tip-or-iwo  Cut bologna into one inch cubes, add  undiluted can of cream of chicken soup.  Serve on whole wheat toast for a salty,  flavorsomc dinner.  For economical stretcher fill soup can  one-half powdered skim milk, one-half  water. Add pan of meat and condensed soup.  Heat and serve. Quick and tasty meal.  Substitute condensed cream of mushroom  soup or add to chicken sauce.  TIP: Remember, this dish is salty and  does not cqll for added spices for Its flavor.  Delicious.  AW OR TWO: Dropped waist stylo  dresses can bo converted to attractive ovcr-  blousos. Cut off long sleeves and lower half of  dross .skirt, make cut snsh stylo bolt from  them, coating attractive now blouse to wear  wlUi jjl|irts, slacks and evening pnnts.  'WjW to feci younger? Turn on your radio  for a |chnnge of pace. Try it. Wo discovered  there Isa. different world out there, Closer to  us, too.  Recently compared our village grocery  (store's prices with markets In town,  discovering that ours were Identical on  canned goods and moat other foods "except  perhaps sale Items. Hut, we havo our sales  A'tiP: Still using those aerosol sprays?  Bo certain to open your window before  pushing that release button. Have road  recent research on possible lung damage  from .aerosol deodorants, Tests aro now  'Inilng made on other spray can products  ' . , . always hated them, told myself I was  loo consorvallvo,'.'old hat' holding my nose nt  hair styling time..", mnylx, I wasn't so  wrong after all.  A TIP OH TWO: I/>��oly? Register your  name, telephone nuinlxtr. volunteer  capabilities, hour,', available, and time you  can bo reached for messages, with a local  volunteer service, Not only Is your talent  needed, If provides relaxation, exercise, and  a wan,) Inner feeling of satisfaction In lending a helping Hnnd. An Impossibility for an  Incapacitated person could he n small, fast  chore or hobby for you.  .Some of us hesitate to ask for simple  1 iwslfltnnco from our neighbours whereas wo  'might register our urgent Immediate needs -  ^. llko wooden bannisters for steep stairways,  hair washed and set In curlers, garbage cans  set out on that day, marketing on slippery  wet days, mending, Ironing, baking, shining  shoes, short drives, etc. '  4 ' '  i  needless to say the meal, you may be assured  they have the good of the community at heart  and I picked up a few items from the meeting  that may interest you.  You know of course that they sponsor  local minor hockey, but here are some of the  other things they are arranging.  lions clubs throughout the world are  concerned with sight. To this end clubs  gather surplus eyeglasses or parts thereof  from people who no longer need them and  send them through a shipping centre to  various countries whose residents are in dire  need of them.  Any eyeglass donations will be received  with thanks at the Bank of Montreal and the  Royal Bank in Madeira Park. The lions  annual auction in the Pender Harbour  tornmunity Hall will be held in April.  'Proceeds'to charity of course. If you have7  any donation for this worthwhile cause get in  touch with Joe McCann, Jack Barrett or  Bernie Garick.  Jack tells me the lions wish to thank  Kelly of the Kosy Kitchen for the help he has  given them by selling tickets for the Club  draws. Consider it done, Jack.  Talking of Kelly, at the time of writing he  has not returned to Madeira Park. I heard he  was vacationing in Las Vegas. Come home  gambling man, Jock and heaven knows how  many other residents are pining away for  your inimitable goodies!  A STORY  While iiving in Scotland ��� to be precise in  Portobello, a seaside suburb of Edinburgh ���  our family maintained a boarding house. We  had many-, weird .and funny experiences  there. ~~      -.  We had advertised a vacancy in the local  paper and with no results for.a, spell, were  getting quite concerned, when to our relief  along came this shabby old dear in the  company of a young girl of around 14 years of  age; well she looked about 14.1 myself was  on hand to show them the suite and 'tho I had  inward doubts as to their ability to keep up  the rent I let them have it. I consoled myself  with the thought that it was better than  having empty rooms and appearances can be  deceptive etc. etc.  Well I admit it - I boobed. Old softhearted Jock djdn't even get a week's rent In  advance, and to make matters worse within  a day or two they were bumming meals from  my equally softhearted mother. This could  only go on for a limited time, pur budget was  not geared to keep and feed two extra  mouths.  One day, after a futile attempt to get some  money out of our freeloodlng guests, mother  came to the inevitable decision. They had to  go. It didn't take much time to figure out who  would have the job of evicting them.  What It amounted to was this. Tho family  reasoned that since I was tho sucker who got  us involved wHh tills mlserablo pair, why  digging my toe nervously into tnlTcaTpet  gazed unseeingly out the window. -  There was a heavy silence for a while,  then the old lady spoke. "For myself, she  said, I don't mind walking the streets  hungry, I'm used to that. It's the wee girl I'm  flunking of." We boui turned to look at her.  "Funny", I thought, "the kid looks older  than I thought she was." She was sitting in  such a position as to be showing off more of  her young legs than was considered proper  according to my upbringing. Either I didn't  know too much about girls or something was  -WTong-w4tb^my-upbrmgmg^Xeouldnlt-help^���P��v~  staring. ^-J  The old lady was rambling on again, so ^  tearing my eyes away from the girl's legs I  hurriedly repeated my message and bolting  from the room fled downstairs to relate to the  waiting family the casual yet masterful way  I had handled the situation.  The pair left shortly afterwards to our  great relief and I kept well out of their way  until then. We always demanded our rent be  paid iri money.  EGMONT  Received a phone call from Leah Silvey  . from Egmont. Seems the young lady won the  centrepiece at the Christmas Party in the  Community Hall there and I reported it as  having been won by Jean Silvey. My  apologies, Leah, thanks for correcting me.  The Sunshine Coast has the makings of its  own Watergate scandal.  A tape transcript of a recent regional  district meeting, which had been requested  by Gibsons village council, turned out  "completely blank."  Anne Pressley j regional district  secretary-treasurer, told council in a letter:  "It is unfortunate that the one time we have  need of the audio tape transcript of a board  meeting, the tapes are completely blank. We  are at a loss to explain why this occurred.,  The recorder may have been at fault."  Gibsons aldermen requested the tape to  review comments made by chairman Frank  West concerning the proposed take-over by  the regional district of certain water lines  outside the Gibsons municipal boundary but  maintained by the village.  Aid. Kurt Hoehne, the' village representative on the regional board and chairman of  council's finance committee, reported that  West had said the district was willing to pay  Gibsons $4 per foot, or "the book price", for  the lines.  .,   "In my opinion, this is not enough," said  the alderman.  , He explained that West had justified this  price In "a long speech" at the regional  board meeting, but that council could not  obtain a transcript of the "speech."  ' The water line concerned in the regional  district purchase serves tho Pratt Road area,  near    Gibsons.  Council referred the matter back to Its  finance committee.  Recycle this Nowspaperl  *C?jS'C  THE GOVERNMtNT 01  " THT "PROVINC tor OR (TIS If CO LlJ M BlA' *  Prltlah ColumbiaDb'rjprtmont of Labour  LABOUR STANDARDS LEGISLATION  Tho Minister of Labour, tho Honourable W.S, King, hereby Invites all  Interested persons and organizations who wish to submit wrINon  suggestions for changes fo (irltluh Columbia labour standards legislation to  ooncl tholr Bubmlflolona to)  Tho Honourable W,S, Klnfl  lV.liilator of Labour  ,   Pnrllaniont Building*   | t  Victoria, fi.C,  Tho labour standards legislation undor review Includes iho Annual and  General Holidays Act, Control of Employmbnf of Chlldron Act; Docolvad  Workers' Act, Employment Agencies Act, Hours of Work Act, Labour  Rogujatlon Act, Ma,ornlty Protection Act, Minimum Wago Act, Paymont of  Wagon Act and Truck Act,  Submission rncolvod by tho Minister will bo qvallablo for perusal at tho  officii"bTlh"6~pTrixlor6T"'Loboiir''Standards, Oopartmonl of Labour, flflO  Douglas siroat, victoria, n.c,  It Hi roquostod that all submissions be submitted prior to January 30,  1975.  'N  805-9023Bnkory  po ^  Wo Roioryo Tho Right To Umlt'QuontlHe'f  fUi  7Ui  7_y LJ/^LJLJLJLJLJLJjU/^/^JLJLJLJI


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