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 ���['���^,0'y'^  i?^��&-^  ,:���')���.'.,'*"i';  ^  i^tel��>:Ii<*Wrv;:^^^  to decide fate of centre  '���&..��� : ^\W;'  -.A- .���������:  ServiCQ  :,--V  vf:  :.V.\:  ���\ f ���'Vv' ,..���..:������,;.......'"' .;'"''"'���������  2nd Clou Moil  Registration No> M42    (  SUNSHINE Coast owner-electors go to  the polls Saturday, April 14, to decide  the fate of the region's proposed $500,000  recreational centre on Highway 101���   ���  Annual cost of the complex will be  no higher thin three mills.  Sechelt residents will cast- their 'yea'  or 'nay" at the old Legion hall. v  In Gibsons, owner-electors will vote  at the municipal halL v  Regional District polling stations are  as followes^Area B, Halfmoon Bay and,  > West Sechelt Elementary Schools; Area  C, Davis Bay Elementary School; Area D,  Roberts Creek Elementary School; Area  E, Elphinstone Secondary school; Area F,  Langdale Elementary school  Polls will be open between 8 am. and  8 p.m..  .For voters'unable to cast their ballot  on April 14. an advance poll will he held  Thursday^ April 12, at the regional district  office, Davis Bay, between 9 a.m. and 5  p.ra. ., _ x v  Advance polling is available to owner-  electors who expect to be absent from the  regional district on April 16; to those  who, for reasons of conscience, are prevented from voting on polling day; or to  others who cannot attend the polls  through circumstances beyond their control.   v * ' ���  Owner-electors whose names do not  appear on the list of electors should apply  to the regional district office for a certificate entitling them to vote. They must  produce satisfactory evidence of property  ownership.  Returning officer for the referendum  is Mrs. G. T. Tampion London.  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervjs Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt, Holfmoor* Bay, Secret Cove, Pender, Hrb., Mbdeiro Park, Garden Boy, Irvine's Londing, Eorl Cove, Egmont  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST. Vol. 10,'No. 20  This Issue 16 Pages -��� 15c   Union ��gssS�� Lobe!   WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1973  FIRST ON THE SCENE after a  Bedford van ran off the end of Gibsons wharf April 4 and plunged into  Fineday, driver of the Van, from the  limes *������  writing contest  CARE  to comment on  The  Peninsula  v    Times? You may win $400 and a golld j  medal. '   ' / *   jj  The Times, in conjunction with Ca> f  nadian Community'' Newspapers Associa\ ?  tion and Dominion Textile, is sponsor- ��  ing a contest encouraging readers to f  comment on their hometown newspapers,. 1  Suitable entries will be published in the <|  Peninsula Times and one will be select- f  ed to compete nationally. The national *'1  i. winner will receive $400 and the' 'gold  medal. '  In   1971,   Mrs.  Joan    Stuchberry   of f  Granthams.Landing won the prize.     -' \  The written expression of frank opinion should be at,least 250 words but  should not" exceed 7,00. Copy should  be typed" on one side of the paper and  double spaced, However, all entries "will  be considered.^ -  Object is to encourage community  newspaper readers to think about what  their weekly means to them, their families, their lives^and their communities  and to set these!thoughts in straightforward language.^ *���*  Polished -literary  expression    is not  sought. The judges will be interested/in :  simple, clear exposition that indicates can  awareness- by the reader of the Toledo!  the weekly in the community.     ",, *'.  Judges will not look for excessively  high praise for the local weekly; they  will study the judgment and understahd-  . ing by readers of the function of the  weekly.  Entries will be published in The Times  as they are received but will not be  accepted later than 5 p.m., Friday, Slay  18.  Trio safe after van  rolls into harbor  GIBSONS���A Bedford van driven by a  young Vancouver man ran off the end  of the government wharf April 4 and  plunged into the harbour.  Lome Fineday and his two passengers,  Karen Rice of Vancouver and Gordon  Davey of Secret Cove managed to scram- -  ble out of the vehicle before it sank.  IGNORING OVERCAST skies and a reation centre site. Laving the table From left, Iris McDonald, Bill Laing,  possibility of rain, many Sunshine are the Laings from Gibsons and!the Dave McDonald,  Ruby Laing and  Coast families 'dined out' April 8 at McDonalds, visiting from Vancouver. Linda Laing.  <a family picnic day held in the rec-        >  Tew profit' says West  not  in  turn  SUNSHINE Coast Regional Board turned   newable archeological resources."  down a request March 29 for a $6,500        A similar motion passed in the local  tourist: promotion  grant,  agreeing that' district' would not. only protect Indian  chilly harbor waters into their boat   Hospital, Sechelt, and treated for minor , publicity is not one of the functions of   pauiimgs/'-'they^/told'-the'-b'oardi'-WtVall  Polecat. Also rescued were two pas-        All three were taken to St. Mary^; the Strict. archeological and historical sites in the  the harbor-.were Don Sharp,  left,    sengers���Karen , Rice of Yiancouver Jinjurie^.before being released. /,.       <#�� ,  Mainland Southwest; a government-   area,  and^rl Peters^. They pulled Lome" arid Gordon Davey of Secret Cove:- "    TWoa**���-���*����*��� r^i w*��^~ *-*~^^^;��*��**��������-^^^^^^te^^rs*.  'Inversion of privacy  Disclosures act forces  alderman to resign post  SECHELT���Bernel Gordon, refusing to  be a victim of the "aspersive Public  Officials Disclosure Act" resigned as a  member of Sechelt village council last  week.  Gordon's resignation became irrevocable when he turned it into village clerk  Neil Sutherland. According to the Municipal Act the resignation becomes effective when the successor is sworn in or  according to the date stated in the resignation. Gordon made his resignation  effective immediately.  In making the announcement, Mayor  Ben Lang said that he had a "very sad  letter" to read. He said that he tried to  talk Gordon out o�� resigning but added,  "He has his reasons and they' are quite  legitimate."  Lang said that he had written to his  own lawyer asking for his opinion on  the act, which Lang termed "an invasion of privacy beyond the beneficial  needs of the general public..."  Other aldermen at the meeting made  little comment on the matter.  Gordon's letter Is as follows: "It is  with regret that I tender my resignation  as alderman.  "I will not be a victim of the aspersive  Public Officials' Disclosure Act and there  is no alternative but to resign.  "I am sorry to take this action with  resultant' byelection expenses forced on  the village.  "I have enjoyed the work and it has  been a pleasure to work with you and  all members of council."  Neil Sutherland, village clerk, told  The Times that nominations for the post  must be held within 45 days. Then a  returning officer must be appointed and  notice of election posted;  Gordon's second year of his term  would have ended in December. He is an  Two' Gibsons -' Inenf Carl Peterson aruf  Don Sharp, rushed to the scene in their/  boat Polecat and pulled the drenched ytrio  from the water. ���(  Peterson told The Times about the  rescue:  "We were cleaning our boat when-  we heard a crash. Then Const. Cam Reid  yelled down from the wharf and said  'Has anyone got a boat?' We heard a girl  screaming and took the boat round to the  end of the wharf.  "A girl and two guys were floating  in the water with a dog, a seat and some  debris. There was a cat trying to climb  up the piling."  After pulling the unfortunate visitors  aboard Polecat, Carl and Don nudged  back to the float, where RCMP and ambulancemen were waiting..  Fineday told police that his brakes  failed and he was unable to stop at the  end of the wharf.  Villages, chamber  opponent of  the recreation centre  and    i     1_    1J '   1 '  he is a proponent for the sewer system     if)  hOif]    Hi GAT) 11H  proposed for the area. v **   *w    WWUA* **Jr  In his letter to his lawyer, Lang asked his opinion on the legislation as it  pertains to his situation and others in  municipal public office.  Lang said: "It is my feeling that it  Is a invasion of privacy, beyond the beneficial needs of the general public and  most of the broad implications of its  demands are privileged information of  no concern to anyone but me and my  family.  "Some measures may be desirable to  guarantee to all electors that a publio  ���nee poo��  IS  GIBSONS will cooperate with Sechelt in  a   joint   "clean-up,   paint-up   week"  April 22-20.  Considering a letter from Outdoors  Unlittered, asking council to proclaim  May ,0-12 Anti-Litter Week, Johnston  said that last year, the village 'had taken  part in a joint anti-litter week with  Sechelt, and Sechelt Chamber of Commerce was again planning an assault, on  garbage this year.  Aid. Ted Hume was named to coordinate with Sechelt on the April cleanup.  aMaiaaaaaaaiaaiaaaaiaiiaiaaaaaaiiaaiaiiiiaaiiaaaaaaaaaaiaaiaiaiiiaiiiiifiaaiiaaiaiiaaiaifiiiiaittiiaiaiaaiaaiaiaaaiaiaiaaiaiaiaaiaiaiaaaaiaiaiaiaiaaiaaaaiaiaaiaaaaaiaaiiaaiaaaaaaiaiiaaaaiaaaiaaaiiaaiaBiaiiiaiaaiaaiiaiaiaaa  Sunshine Coastings  by DICK  PROCTOR  WHEN the Soa Cavalcade commit-    son and his committee of residents   ty good wwkout in the box recently  tec tokos its message to Van  couver, Victoria and Nannimo May  1 and 2, Premier Dave Barrett will  greet them.  For a time, it looked like the premier would be out of town on a cross-  provincial tour during tho Cavalcade  visit. When Cavalcade publicist Joo  Kampman heard that Barrett would  be out of town, he contacted Don  Lockstoad, out MLA, and told him  of tho plight. .Toe said that Lock-  stead called hack within 30 minutes  from the premier's office and told  him that flar.alit would make a  special trip buck to Victoria from  the interior just to greet the Cnval-  caders.  Nice gesture, thanks .to Joe, Don  and Dave.  Kampman (tells us that at least  30 persons liave signed up for iho  trip Including, probably Sechelt  Mayor and Mm. Den Lang. Ben  wouldn't want to miss a chance to  publicize vSeeholt's Timber Days to  be hold May 19-20. Timing is just  right. In case you've forgotten, Sechelt Timber Daya replaces. May Day  ill  events in the village. Aid. Harold Nel-  from Halfmoon Boy to Wilson Creek  are planning an outstanding weekend. Lots of action planned.  .lust afiter "that, SccheE villliago  will honor its RjCMP detachment  members. Council isn't certain what  form the honor will take but il<t may  bo presenting each member with a  1073 commemorative silver dollar in  a case. That should suit Const. Barry Stolniger who is a coin coUedtor  This is the day for bouncing forth  and back. Joe Kampman informs  u�� that a Vancouver lady who is unidentified so far, has donated a $100  to Uie Sea Cavalcade. Joe says the  committee will purchase a memorial  trophy in honor of the woman's husband.  The trophy will go to the winner  of one of the main water events, says  Joo. He hopes to get the donor to  May 23 marks the actual date of tho   come over and present tho trophy in  centennial and the local gendarmes   person.  will e walking around in red ��ergo  uniforms on that day so keep your  cameras ready.  Wo haven't heard if the village  of Gibsons will honor their detachment members nor have we heard if  the regional district board Is planning anything.  Continuing on with the EdMlP,  Sechelt ROMIP Snfi. BUI Saunders?  and his momhera will note the annl  St. Mary's Hospital grounds  should be beautiful when they are  completed. Frit* Louchte tolls that  a donation of $200 was received towards purchase of plants for tho  landscaping of tho ground. The donor, lying in a hospital bed, read  about Fritz's request for plants right  In this column. So plonsed tho person was with the service in tho hospital, that ho; showed his pleasure  yersary by presenting a trophy (o by tho donation. Fritz say,'i to say  the kid's basebolt league. ml0nk you veiy much. Also received  Sechelt Indians are in the process were donations- of $100 and $25.  of constructing a lacrosse box. Wo "Happiness   is money    growing  "rtd(M^wnd ihat.mi!n.0 # vt^f ^'"fl lnU) treo-V says Fritz, using a slight  fliers gavo> Const. Bob Gotten a pret>  Maa^aa)>(aaatMaMiaaaaaal<MuoaaM>aaiaaaaa��a<w<��t��aur"aaiaa<aaakaaaaafaa<aaiaaaaa"a<iaaaiiaaaaiaiaaaaaaaaaa^a>aaaaa>la>aaiaMaaaa  ip'b^ored^iu^v"'j^]n'dl^E��n brgarffi&tloii,  asked^or the grant in February.     '  an opposing the grant; Area *E' representative Frank West said the role of the  board was to look after people in the area,  "and I don't think that most people who  live here have any advantage from tourism. Only a few people profit from it."  He felt that local merchants, who gain  most from tourism, should support promotional efforts. .--''..  Alternate director Winston Robinson  of Gibsons, however, felt that everyone  benefits from tourism.  ,  BeriLang, Sechelt", said tourism.should  be supported, but he didn't fepl either  the regional board or Jocal municipalities  were in a position to give financial aid.  Harry Almond, Area 'D' director, said  that no one in his area was interested in  supporting tourism.  "It's politically unacceptable to raise  funds through taxation for tourism," said  J. H. Tyner, Area 'A*.  Under other business, the board agreed  to prepare a resolution aimed at protecting ancient sites on the lower Sunshine  Coast.  The move followed receipt of a letter  from the Archeological Society of B.C.  recommending that the board "endeavour to prevent developers from damaging important ancient sites in line with  the revised Archeological and Historical  Sites Protection Act."  A motion to this effect had already  been passed by the Okanagan-Similka-  meen Regional District, said the society.  "The ASBC feels this la a most constructive contribution in the battle to  protect our dwindling supply-of non-re-  Viewpoints differ  on disclosure act  GIBSONS���Prospect of the Public Disclosures Act becoming law was met  . with two opposing viewpoints nt village  council's April 3 meeting.  Mayor Wally Peterson felt adoption of  the act would bo tantamount to calling  elected representatives "a bunch of  thieves." '  Aid, Ted Hume, however, maintained  that "an honest man has nothing to  foar."  Peterson said: "I really don't know  tho reason for the act. Elected representatives take an oath of office that contains  almost everything in the act."  Aid. llumo snld ho supported the act  tho way It had been presented. "If you  havo nothing to hide, you have nothing  to disclose. I don't think the act Is calling anyono a bunch of crooks."  Peterson felt the act discriminated  against professional people, who would  bo debarred from running for office because their professional onthes'would not  allow them to sign the act,  "I think this is extremely unfair, be-  cnuso wo will be shutting out some of  the most Intelligent people," ho sold, "I  don't like to see discrimination on who  oun run for office and who can't."  Hutne felt council couldn't discuss tho  fact fully until they received the most  recent draft.  Clork-treas. David Johnston said council iiwoukl probably ho requested for, their  views on tho net by tho Union of B.C.  /lYTunlclpnlltlcs in tho near future,  Directors" agre%dl;tf'rewbrd tte^teana- f  gan-Similkameen resolution to suit the  Sunshine Coast..  A Gibsons Wildlife Club bid to have .  Oyster Bay marsh named  a waterfowl  sanctuary has won regional support.  Directors agreed to endorse the Wildlife club recommendation, which was  made in a letter submited to the board  Feb. 22.  J. H. Tyner, Area 'A', noted that a  similar, proposal was made some years  ago in a report prepared on behalf of  Pender Harbour ratepayers.  'It was rather disheartening to go to  all the work of putting out a report which  the government ignored," he said.  ; Area 'E' representative, Frank West,  felt they should re-submit the report to  the provincial government.  , ���.. Tynervadded^t^atrthe^^shouldvin^ude,.'  :"�� "strong letter" noung that the govern^  ment had taken no action oh the Teport  A letter from the provincial government asking the regional district to take  over civil defence functions in the area  was treated cautiously by directors.  Administrator Charles Gooding said  the government would "pick up any cost  involved and we would get help with  fire equipment through normal civil defence channels."  The. only disadvantage in the move  would be the red tape involved, he said.  Director West urged the board to find  ���see page 3  POPULAR TEACHER at Sechelt Elementary School, Jim Gray, got all  balled up the other day. Jim will  get married in a couple of weeks and  some teachers at the school thought  they would show him what it Is like  to have a ball and chain around his  leg. "Ok, go ahead," laughed Jim,  who agreed to It because Trover  Itcld, 'the principal's son, made it.  After tho chain was flipped on tho  key was mysteriously, switched so  Jim had to spend the morning dragging tho heavy object along. However, all ended well, ho got the Will  and chain off but not before tho stii-  dcnt8)had a merry day.  *  / '  \.    i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^  \  ?0:ffi<$��&&#^fo  i  '���.���������'������:':-;;.   i"?������'..''.��� ���'.���������^Vi'v'V'-''.;'.'  rfj;|f��  '���;���/:���  '���'���';';^  ; a��*/,^*^^.*���>.��., Y,''  i-i'4.  i>*Ci  -i/.;  v".:  ;A-?/C'/:(tv;  .'���';���:.!���:������,���������'  .::t'!i:-';(i'  ',-������. .-'-..���;- '���  '.���" ������'"���  'i'V-J'V-  m^  ���^���.������>;*\  ���.;���:���.-!������:���������,  Ss  ���'!.''���������������!'.���������''���������;"���;  %'isf  H  :";-?v"--  v        ....  .:. ,  .. ��� , :���!���;'. VJ  vr,-':-;:-;;.'^..;:.1  li  IS:  my  :^:i ������"���������������.  ���MWtMMiMM^II  "'''' "'1  '" '  >*Bv''.  Vi;.^Si  ^'i.  ��� 10  ,,,x  :������ ���*���.'  .�����'������  :,:'V,';v:.  -.- ���'���-' --v.;"   ���'     ���   ���. .'���"���A :    :'  :���.:-' ..��������� ���--. 1   ������   ��������������� ���  ^���- y-': ���������"' ^;r '������'".'>,'���'"'.���"'.:'  ThePeninsula^w^  s  "I tnoy be wrong; but I shall not be so wrong as to "fall to say,what I believe to be right."  .-, ���John Atkins  ,     . -��� Richard T. Proctor, Managing Editor  A. H. Alsgard. Publisher  *��mti*mimiiimm0tmmmmmiimi>mmmim  READERS'RIGHT  Poge 2  The Penintulo TIiihw       Wednesday/ April II, 1973  Letters to- the "Editor are the opinions of readers, and not necessarily those of The Times A  nom-dc-plume may be tped!for publication, but all originals must be signed) by4he writer.  Think about this  ON Saturday Sunshine Coast voters  . have an opportunity for a bargain.  They can have, for an average annual  cost of $15 per taxpayer, a multipurpose arena-auditorium���arts and crafts  complex in a magnificent 115-acre setting. A maximum,of three mills is being asked for the recreation centre.  Even with Pender Harbour opting out,  the millage will raise $125,000 annually which is considered more than enough  and with promised federal and provincial  aid and grants it will be closer to two  mills!  The. 115-acre site has been donated  and an estimated $40,000 from government grants has already been spent at  the centre. Think about that.  According to members of the recreation committee,. who have worked  hard to present a fair picture of a much  needed project, the average taxpayer  will pay $15 per year. It appears mat  a wonderful opportunity is at hand.  The recreation centre can become  the heart of the greater community. A  place for people to meet, to play, to  talk; to see and to be seen. To enjoy.  It's possible vandalism will even decrease. It's possible juvenile crime will  decrease.  Remember this. A privately funded  recreation centre will be one for just  a few. By its very cost it will he exclusionary. Only the wealthy would be able  to-get any use out of it. We need a facility that will benefit the entire community regardless of where they are from  or who they are.  This will be the last chance to vote  for the centre under the present setup. Members of the committee have indicated to The Times that if the project  fills again, they will not resurface. However, they urge that before casting a  vote, everyone should look over the  site.  A recreation centre is needed on the  Sunshine Coast. The Times recommends  a yes vote on Saturday.    .  Centre rumors denied  Editor,' ^/Thnes^ _ '     * , :   .  SLr-rAnother f$ls�� rumor reached my  ears today that/really makes me wonder  how far people .will.go to discredit what  is a simple/attempt to improve the community.  The story goes' that my husband, and  other members of the recreation centre  committee, own- a large block of '.land in  the park vicinity" and plan to subdivide at  huge profits once the centre is built. This  is not true and ,1a very discouraging to  hear after watching them work so hard on  the pcoject.fof years.:  a good example inasmuch as it contains  one item of truth never before uttered  by, any other supporter of the centre.  The bleeding hearts who from the outset  ;have used theirs (arid others) "kids" as  ' cover for then1 own freeloading ambitions  have had their cover blown by your frank  statement that: "The need for a recrea-.  tion centre is OBVIOUS (my capitals).  PEOPLE (again, my capitals) have more  leisure time and more is coming." Thank  you for confirming a belief which many  of us who oppose the centre concept have  held right from the start: That the real  pressure for the project is from and for  the ADULTS! The "kids" are just inci-  This may, be hard for the cynical to . dental pawns in the game and the game  believe, but, whether<,they are right or |which I hear most frequently mentioned  Hasty legislation  IT'S unfortunate that Bernel Gordon  resigned his position as Sechelt alderman because of the Public Officials Disclosure Act. v -.  Gordon resigned his post because the  act would require that all elected public officials and senior government officials declare their assets and liabilities  and those of their spouses and their dependent children. Gordon feels that the  act is an unwarranted invasion of privacy and he wanted no part of it so he  resigned. Consequently the village of  Sechelt must go to the expense of finding another alderman to fill the second portion of his two-year term.  As it turned out Gordon acted too  hastily because Attorney-General Alex  Macdonald, in introducing the bill for  its second reading, hoped each party  would speak only once on the bill and  allow it to be adjourned for further con-;  sideration in the fall.  This is another incident of the government's rushing into law ill-conceived  legislation only to find that it is full  of loopholes. The government obviously does not give enough consideration  to these bills before presenting them to  the legislature. Because of the action, the  village) of Sechelt has lost a capable alderman and there is no way for him to  chahge his mind and finish out his term  because  his resignation is irrevocable.  It. would not be so bad if it was a  single incident but it appears the New  Democrats, in their 2$6al to bring Utopia  to the ��� province, are dropping the ball  .along the way. Their legislation, much  of which is basically good, leaves lots  to be desired.  We question their haste.  As they will be the government for  the next four years, we feel that they  should give more thought to some of the  legislation they wish enacted.  < The disclosures act is not all bad.  . Pat McGeer liberal, Vancouver-Point,  Grey) refers to the act as "pioneering  legislation" and he praised the fact that  details of holdings anil interests need not  be revealed and saidv the legislation  would protect public officials by acting  as a "deterrent to witch hunts and  rumors."  Hugh Curtis, (Conservative, Saamch  and die Islands) said the bill would go  a long way to ending the "whispermg"^  that plaques municipal council members. Curtis is mayor of Saanich. Even  James Chabot (SCColumbia River) is  not 100 per cent opposed to the bill although he feels it's too inclusive.    ���   ���";  At least the governmenr1s^go1n| jS>$  take another, look at this one and that],  has to be a step in the right direction.-'  We're ut ero&srowis  FUTURE    development   of the Sun-  7 shine Coast has long been an inexhaustible   subject  for  debate   amongst  local residents.  Many of the long-time Suncoasters  protest that they came here to avoid  precisely the type of development and  accelerated pace of life that is forecast  for the area.  Others, notably young married and  relative newcomers, welcome the prospect of controlled development as a  means to upgrade the amenities of the  Peninsula���both socially and through the  increased tax revenue that would be  available for public spending.  Both points of view undoubtedly  have merits. But for better or for worse,  'development', in whatever light we  choose to view that rather vague term,  is coming at us full tilt.  Regional district planner Ed Cuy-  Hts noted in his report to the recent  board meeting:  "If the creating of new parcels by  subdivision is any indicator of development activity on the coast, then the area  appears to be growing in leaps and  bounds."  Again using the regional district as  a barometer, over-the-counter business  is at an all-time high. As administrator  Charles Gooding pointed out in his report:  "The load on the board's staff during  the past few weeks has been the heaviest  in the history of tho district."  Increased traffic, he said, was partially due at an increased number of  telephone enquiries.  If further evidence of the growth Of  the Peninsula were required, building  nnd plumbing inspector, F. A, "Rcyburn  provided it in his report to the board.  Workload in his department, ho said,  wns an "impossible, situation."  The number of counter and telephone enquiries arc even "causing delays in tho issuing of permits nnd answering of correspondence."  No. Tho question is not 'to develop  i  The PENiNsuufcT^w*  Published Wednesday* at Sechelt  on n.C.'s Sunshine Coast  by    ���  Ftow'cU River New�� Town Crier  Sechelt Time* Ltd.  Box 310-Sechelt, B.C.  Sechelt  885-9654 - 885-2635  Gibsons   886-2121  Subscription Kntes:   (n advance)  Local, $6 per year. Beyond 35 miles, $7.  U.S.A.,   $9.   Overseas,   $10.  Serving the area from Port Mellon to, Kgnwnt  /       {Howe Sound to Jervh Inlet)  or not to developd', but rather how we  intend to meet the challenge of the  future.  Some segments of the population appear content to bury their heads in the  sand, confident that development will  go away if they ignore it. It won't.  Once they accept this fact and actively join in the planning process, tempering the ardor of those who yell  progress at any price*, then perhaps the  Sunshine Coas^ will stand a chance  of combining the best of both���idyllic  rurality and modern amenity.  Now is the time for public representatives, taxpayers and all who have a  stake in the future of the lower Sunshine Coast to get together and decide  what direction we will take in the years  ahead.  For we arc at a crossroad^. And h  wrong turning could be disastrous.  The Rhyming Philosopher  , Harry W- Fletcher  MEMORIES  Memories arc yesterday's moments recalled  With fond recollections, emotions enthralled;  And thus I remember my visions of you  Tho day that you left me, nor bidding adieu.  Too seldom I. lold you.of, lovo In my heart,  Forgetful the time when I knew wo must part;  Caresses and words still umittercd, withdrawn,  Still waiting too long for tomorrow's  bright dawn.  How may X roach you, but hope you can  hear mo,  Hopeful at times feeling you arc so near me;  Soul of my soul, how It pains mo and  taunts me,  An guilt of neglect still constantly haunts mo.  For love Is not lovo .without Its expression,  Ix>ve must bo given and known In possession;  Dut lovo is much more than a gift or  n halo,  Since love con be empty If words do not  say so.  Now, that my thoughts well, with lovo yet  unspoken  Shall 1 lovo others much more, ns a token  That latent affection, once mute, spring* anew  0y kindness to others, in memory of you?  wrong, &e committee members are just  a group ot decent'men who sincerely believe they are working for the good of the ..  community. .They have'a .vision of a place  where great things can happen for everybody.  BONNIE PAETKAIT  Sechelt  Ferry elevators urged  Editor's not��: The following letter was  addressed to Robert Strachan, minister  ol highways. A Copy of the letter was  submitted to The Times by the author.  Mrs. F. Olson.. president Pender Harbour Branch 80. chairman of the Sun*  shine Coast Regional Council, Senior  Citisens' Association of B.C.  Dear. Sir: >  A meeting of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council of the Senior Citizens'  Association of B.C., comprising of the  Sechelt, Pender Harbour' and Powell  River branches, was held on April 2 at  which time a firm endorsement was given  to the Sechelt branch's previous request  to you for an elevator or escalator and  toilet facilities on the car- deck of the  Langdale-Horseshoe Bay ferries.  As you will know from previous correspondence, these are a real need for  the elderly and those with physical disabilities and promote a necessity to conform with your viewpoint that passengers  are not encouraged to remain on . the  car deck. In the light of modern technological ideas of changing the structure  of the ferries, we feel that it should hot  be a difficult problem to resolve���particularly in regard to the restroom facilities.  '-* ���..;.-  The council also felt your attention  should be drawn to the very tight docking of automobiles as, in many instance,  passengers are unable to get out of their  cars since the doors do not open wide  enough���either because" of the posts or;  the close proximity of the cars on either,  side. This would constitute a real hazard'  in case of an accident or fire;. It was'  pointed out that this condition prevails;  on. all the ferries to and from the Penin- ,  sula���ie: Earl's dove and Westview services as well as Langdale.  Our members  earnestly request that  you examine further these conditions  which affect the general public as well  as the elderly and the infirm.  Pender Harbour (Mrs.) F. OLSON  flee, centre support urged  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Hoping as a parent that all will  turn out and vote yes for the recreation  centre.  Most adults can afford to buy booze  all year round, sit in > the Legion or Wakefield. I'm sure if we can afford these ,  pleasures we can afford the extra taxes  a rec centre will cost. Instead of supporting our government liquor store, let's  support our children. '  BOBBIE BODNAREK  Box 491, Sechelt  Volunteers appreciated  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Again it is time for a few plaudits. Since the last referendum, much work  has been done by many people. Too many  to thank individually, but we would like  to thank a few publicly for their recent  ' weekend's work:  Gravel Truks were donated by: Shoai t  Developments, Eric Inglis, Swanson Bros.,  The drivers giving their time were:  Kim   Inglis,  Bob  Jnnls,  Ron  Marshall,   ,  Colin Spencer, Roy Walker.  Barry Pearson and his caterpillar  tractor; Toby Millage and his b'ackhoe;  Ed. Lucas from Premier Sand and Gravel  with the loader; Coast Paving and their  lowbed truck; Ron Robinson m road construction boss.  Also, about 700 school children have  been  tnken  to visit  the site.  The  bus  drivers giving their time were: BUI Rank-   ���'  In,   Walter   Play),  Charlie  Carter,   Jim  Ironside.  What an effort! Thank you all.  E. J. PAETKAU, co-chairman,  Recreation centre committee"  Battle lines drawn  Editor,  The Times, '  Sir: Although H\i quite obvious that tho  buttle lines are clearly drawn in tho ,  current recreation centre controversy and  letters pro or con won't have much effect  on the final decision, nevertheless statements in your editorials plus those from  other partisan sources do and arc (by  Tho Times), calculated to provoke comment.  ,  Your editorial in last week's issue Is   (  this is ca $ZM SPOT!  Your odvwtMna In this epoc�� will modi  mors thon 2,500 homes (10,000 people!)  ���och wsak. It's the most economical way tc  raach mora Sunthlno Coast paopla bftcauu  Times ods oo Into mora homes than arty  oth��r newspapar   produced  In   this  <  Th�� Times  003-0054 or 809-2615 (8��ch��t��)  666.3121 (OINmm) \  ca day -will  get the      /  average taxpayer  the  Recreation Centre  is���curling, not usually a children's activity!  The second part of the editorial then  goes on to mention that "a child who is  tired from hiking... is less likely to want  to prowl." Without dwelling too much on  that statement my only comment is .that  in my experience the last thing these  "children" seem to have any desire to  do is to do anything which might make  them "tired." I am continually turning a  blind eye to teenagers whose thumb appears to be the most active part of their  -languid bodies!, Not that it was always  like that, not until I discovered after  succumbing to their free-riding techniques that the extent of their tiring journey was in most instances not more than  around four blocks! That far I would  walk myself.  Turning to The Times of March 2$  an interesting alternative to the proposed  luxury recreation centre out in the middle of nowhere is presented on page 1  of Section B. Here are two recreational  projects for CHILDREN ONLY which do  deserve public support; one is to be in  Gibsons and the other at Davis Bay located as they will be right in the heart of  the communities they are intended to  serve, they will be easily accessible to  the "kids" without necessitating long car  trips; and without having to wait until  their parents can wheel them to a distant recreation centre: the same "kids"  will be able to use their legs 'to get them  there. According to the medics, walking:  is one of the finest (and cheapest) forms  of exercise.        :,-> / ',''.'--'���'���'��� ::'v\y";'f::"  Finally, in your issue of April 4 you  "expose" the pollution caused by the pulp  mill at Port Mellon: Please���don't knock,  them too hard as if Cafor did give up in  disgust as the result of further taxation  due to the imposition of a recreation  centre three mill levy, all that we could  get stuck with could be���another pulp  mill, if we were lucky! And if the NDP  government didn't buy it then the Sunshine'Coast would be stuck with the.  ,..heavy load of taxation which Port Mellon now carries.  Gibsons E. BIRCHENALL  Tommy Tomkins  LATEST OUTDOOR FILMS  To be shown    In PENDER HARBOUR  THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 7:30 p.m.  In the High School Auditorium  And In GIBSONS  FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 7:30 p.m.  In the High School Auditorium  Admission: Adults $1.50, Children 75c  GIBSONS WILDLIFE CLUB  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  This free reminder of coming events is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dote  Pod". Please note thot space is limited ond some advance dates may  have to wait their turn;.also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  EVERY TUESDAY, 7:30 p.m., Sechelt Legion Hall, Sechelt TOPS Club,  new members welcome.  EVERY WEDNESDAY-���8:00 p.m., Bingo, new Legion Building, Sechelt.  EVERY THURS.���8:00 p.m., B/ngo, Pender Harbour Community Hall.  THURS. ofternoons "TOPS" meeting ot Public Health Centre, 1:30-3:00  April 12���7.30 p.m.. Tommy Tompkins outdoor films, Pender Harbour  High School Auditorium  April 12���8:00 p.m., Sea Cavalcade Fashion Show, Gibsons Elementary  April 12���2:00 p.m., reg. monthly meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary,-St.  Mary's Hospital, at St. Hildo's Church HoJL^-���-^ X  April 13���1:00 prn��� Roberts Creek Schoojjjarents^auxiliary rummage ~  and bake sale, St. Aiden's Church hall. Pickup 886-2593  April 13���7:30 p.m., Tommy Tompkins outdoor films, Elphinstone  School, Gibsons .  April 13���7:30 p.m.. Variety Night at Pender Harbour High School  April 14���Off icial Opening, Royal Canadian Legion, Gibsons  April 14���-TOPS Bake Sale ot Co-op, Gibsons, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.  May 14���8:00 p.m., issues of May. 2nd and May 9th Branch #140 Royal  Canadian Legion, Ladies Auxiliary, regular meeting changed  to May 14th in the New Hall.  April 16���8:00 p.m., St. Mary's Hosp. Society, Legion Hall, Mermaid St.  ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  ���333319  Multiple Listing SerWc*  Vancouver Real  Estate  ���;���'������   Beard       .���_.���.'  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  AGENCIES LTD.  Mioite 885-2235 (24-Hours) Box 128, Sechelt, B.C.  Vancouver Phone 689-5838  5^e��^^  .Tfc'A  ENTER OUR  DRESS UP FOR  EASTER CONTEST  i.'ii'Ci  aWtHWWUWUMWHWWWMMm  On the purchase of a Pant Suit, Slacks,  Dress, Sweater, Men's Pants or Shirts, you  enter your name, li your name is drawn on  Saturday, April 21st, we refund your money;  you  win your purchased article.  ywaiiMMi^iM��aaMiwia.wMi<>iWiiuiaiiM��awwawui^  Don't forgot Glbaons Sea Cavalcade Fashion  Show, Thursday, April 12, 8:00 p.m. Glbsona  Elementary School Gymnasium. Program holders  receive 20% discount Friday and Saturday on  �� all clothing In the store.  i  * WATCH FOR OUR EASTER FLYER ���  /^fmmwmmm dealer  Campbells    VarietvL cJLtd.  Trail Boy Centre -Sechelt MmMimM -Av-'Sr  i<?  886-2336  is> ' y/>y  \ .y^-j^,..^^/  r*V' ;-''.*v/ , v   ,  '���;..���'{���'*/  ^���--^.j >��������' i *<   ,   ��� i,  * ?> ���  iff  .,?.'.  t  ,��� \ ���V~t���ft���w^-%i, , -fU��-  N \i  , ���<:  \  I -(  The Pehinculo Timet Page 8  r, April 11, 1973   . _, ^  MORE  ABOUT ...  .��� Tourist promotion grant  ���from page 1  out what duties would be involved, and  the disadvantages of the proposal.  Bert Slade, Area 'C, said "It's a case  of emergency.  Chairman Lome Wolverton agreed  with West. "We would like to know the  disadvantages, - too."  Directors Almond and Slade were appointed to a select committee to look into  the proposition.  A request from Area'C residents for  additional street lighting on roads running  parallel, to Highway 101 was referred to.  Slade for consideration.  "There is no doubt that we need more  lights in the area, but if we go to the  expense, we're going to. have more people  wanting the same thing," said Slade.  Wolverton rioted that the residents  concerned were already paying the mill  rate for lighting.  He added: "I feel the area should be  consistent in lighting spread. I think Director Slade should decide what lighting  intensity he wants in his district."  - Slade said he would like to look at  the overall lighting situation a little further before making any recommendations.  ) NOTICE  Pender Harbour - Egmont Area  For Insurance off all kinds  N   Phone your Resident Agent  JOHN BREEN LTD.  883-27941(24 hours)    '  REPAIRS  Stones and  Fine Gifts  :~a Specialty  9  100% WATERPROOF  WATCHES BY ROLEX  ��� ENICAR WATCHES  Order Your Welch's  Easter Baskets Now!  SECHELT JEWELLERS  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2421  Brownie revel date  mav be moved ahead  SECHELT���Fourteen    members    of the  Ladies Auxiliary to Guides and  Brownies gathered at Betty Powers" home  recently for their April meeting.  Commissioner Harriet Newton was in  the chair. A possible change in the date  of the Brownie revel scheduled now for  June 2 was reported. Further developments will depend on whether the date  is moved ahead or not.  The First Sechelt Brownie pack has  , finished their craft projects for the forthcoming tea, reported their fairy godmother, Mrs. Lynn Jorgensen. Several  golden hand awards will be coming up  as well as proficiency badges. Mrs. Flum-  merfelt will test their sign language.  The First Wilson Creek Guides godmother, Mrs. Gwen Robinson, said the  girls had been on a hike on Sunday tak-,  ing along a foil wrap lunch which they  cooked On the trail. - Joan Cunningham  will teach a first aid course from the  St. John's Ambulance  Corps.  First-Sechelt Guides are having work  parties on Saturdays at their Capt. Jean  McLennan's home in West Sechelt. They  are making handicrafts for sale at the  tea. ^:-y^yi,^^yri-i-^---  ... .The.tea, which will revert ;to the more,  elegant teas such as have been enjoyed  in the past, will be held at the old Legion  Hall May 24. Convener, Mrs. Lori Bry-  son, would appreciate donations to the  white,elephant, bake table and the gift  tree, besides the sewing, knitting, novelties and plants.  This past weekend a pack holiday was  held at Camp Olave brownie hide-a-way.  District guider in charge, Mrs. Donalda  . Sigouin, said the theme was circus, and  who put whom through the hoops we'll  never know. Helping the guider were  Mrs. Pat Nestman, Mrs. Dianna Young,  Mrs. Sue Frizzell, Mrs. Florence Tait,  Debbie  and  Lorraine  Nestman.  Thursday saw two more girls enrolled  at the First Wilson Creek guide meeting.  They were Sherry Eberle, Sylvia Webb  and the honors were done by Commissioner Harriet Newton. A demonstration  of flower arranging was given by Mrs.  Ann Martin of Ann-Lynn Florists.  May meeting will be held at the home  of Mrs. Mary Flay.  Familiar phrase heard  in Gibsons council  GIBSONS-rCouncil   recently   agreed K to  donate a $50 perpetual trophy to the  gold  tournament  slated   as   an   annual  event during Sea Cavalcade Week.  But Aid. Hugh Archer reported to  council's April 3 meeting that the Sea  Cavalcade committee had gone, a little  over budget in their choice,  The perpetual trophy chosen the committee had a $60 price tag, he said, with  an additional $8 miniature to be retained  by the winner.  Mayor Wally Peterson said council had  authorized only $50. So that was the limit.  Aid. Winston Robinson saved the day,-  however. "I think I can get them for  you wholesale," he said. ��� .-.������'"'  Council was suitably impressed. But  they all had just a trace of specticism in  '-their'eyes'as' if they'd heard that line  somewhere before!  BROWNIES HAD beautiful weekend,  at Camp Olave to practice their arts  crafts. Here Brownies from Sechelt  and Wilson Creek packs busily make  necklaces. The youngsters are surrounding deputy commissioner Don-  elda Sigouin, seated centre. Other  adults in the group are Diana Youngs  seated lef^ Susan Frizzell/ tawny  owl, Wilson Greek, seated left centre  and Pat Nestman, tawny owl, stand  ing right. Brownie are from left (but  not necessarily in order): Carol  Chamberland, Sherrie Martin, Sherri  Young, Julie Sheridan, Louise Higgs,  Darcie Young, Joann e Sigouin,  Rhonda Doyle, Kelley Beeves, Valerie Tait, Kathleen Hall, Heather  Oattahch, Lynda Rodway, Pam Nestman and Virginia Derby.; Not pictured are cooks, Debbie Nestman, Lorraine Nestman and Florence Tait.  Never try to remove a kite should it  catch on a powerline, tower or pole. Release the cord immediately.  CALL COLLECT  Bus. 278-6291 - Res. 273-6747  INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS  Good Used Cars, and "Trucks  ��. E< (Mickey) COB  FLEET AND LEASE MANAGER  369 No. 3 Rd..- Ben Jacobsen Motors Ltd.  Richmond, B.C. ^  if-  iffliRJ&r^  I  "���"���w'lWj  1-   1  �����-��  1  ���mm  iS:!"WXi..i'  UUi��  TkS s \>  1306  WUMOttW  Sponsored by  I your local  LIONS CLUQS  :r^y  -��tia%  Discover  theSccrvtof  GoldmOakJiged  Now brewed under licence In British Columbia.  DREI KRONEN BRAUEREI (1308) LTD.  V        FOOD  STORES  Sechelt  865-9416  SALE:  Thursday, Friday  Saturday,  April 12, 13, 14  CANADA No. 1  T-BONE and PORTERHOUSE  STEAKS     *t.99t  CANADA No.  1  CLUB and SIRLOIN  STEAKS     *189  B  Long English     ~-:r->  Cucumbers  49c ea.  Oranges  Cetery  15c ib  Broccoli  39cit  Meteor SAUSAGE  BEEF   .  .  .  ...  .  79c Ib.  PORK & BREAKFAST 89c Ib.  STRAWBERRY JAM  Qc   ���_..  ���-  Jaw  LIBBY'S CREAM CORN A/99^'  NABOB INSTANT COFFEE QH^  ��-<���� ~-P  ��� Irlr  NALLEY'S  POTATO  CHIPS jug  DIPPERS, tri-pok  ���  ����yr*  FRENCH MAID m  mm  FARBIC SOFTENER    nBo* '.- *���**  MIRACLE WHIP jrc  SALAD  DRESSING   Uo* *-*,  m  ICAPANA TEA BAGS ioo��.  ^9���  ���. We reserve the right to limit quantities ���  '\  ll\  \, .(.-,'  !:.. '  ) 0  "'1  f  )'  ������V:  .'���������'*: \M  'JP  Page 4 ��� Tlie Pcnintulo ts^'Wi, Aprif 11. 1973    RE4U BTATE (Co||,t) ^ ^11 (Co|^t) B0ATS & ENGINES (Confc)    BOATS AND ENG. (Cont.)  WIllMWWMIWIWWWMWWMMItMVMdMWMMIiMMWWWWMMt^^  ���    -�� ��- Sechelt-Phon�� 885-9654  The Peninsulavyw<��4. 885-2635  Gilnons-Phone 886-2121  Classified  AD-BRIEFS  \H^****m*m0mimmmBm0mmmm*mmmmfi*0m*m*mmm*m*mmmmra**m**i*im*��*mm0i��*mm  Published Wednesdays by  Powell   River  News Town, Crier  Sechelt Times Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  >.     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Advertising is accepted on the  condition that, in the event of  typographical error, that portion  of the advertising space occupied  by the erroneous item, together  with reasonable allowance for signature, will not be charged for,  but the balance of the advertisement will be paid for at the ap-  ile rate. .!,-.������,  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted and ptif into  production, .but cancelled 'before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional  work.,  BIRTHS  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ;. . . am pleated to sponsor this  Birth  Announcement space, and  extendi Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  RON and Judy Blair of Roberts Creek are pleased to  announce the birth of a son  JJoshua, born April 3rd, 8:06  p.m. Grace Hospital, Vancouver. 2194-20  Marriage  Announcements  MRS. Pat Beale, Egmont, B.C.,  wishes to announce the marriage o her youngest daughter  Cora Grace Beale to Donald  M. Menzel of Pemberton, B.C.  The wedding to take place  April 21,  1973  in Pemberton.  2176-20  PERSONAL  SPIRITUAL healing and read-  ' lngs. Box 1005, Sechelt Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  1605-tfn  PERSONAL (Continued)  DIAL-MAR   Answering   vJSer-  vice. Office-residential-wake  up calls. Reasonable rates. Ph..  885-2245. 1890-21  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous ���  Meetings 8:30 pjn., Thursdays, Wilson .Creek Community  Hall. Ph. 885-8327.  8857-tfn  HAVE an Artex class. Hostesses wanted. Lots of gifts for  classes, we teach-you'to paint.  Call Nancy Manton 886-7367.    1836-20  BAHA'I Faith, Informal chats.  885-2465, 886-2078.     1075-tfn  STUDENTS of - Christian  Science who are interested  in meeting other students or  members , of the Christian  Science Church are invited to  Phone  885-9508. 2058-20  . .  __ " CHARTERS  (government Approved  Europe - 14 days to 63 days.  ' All airline reservations, tickets,  tours and cruises.  For aHvyour local travel needs:  Contact your local travel  agent  922-0221 pr 885-2339  . v   ' 9271-20  TRAVELLING to London?  Bed' and breakfast in modern, suburb of London,. 35 min.  by Brit-Rail to city centre. For  information and, reservations,  phone 886-2300 -eves.'  1807-19  AVON calling, West Sechelt.  Phone  Nora  885-9550.  1818-19  AVON ���. Porpoise  Bay and  Selma  Park.   Call   after   3  p.m,  885-2852.      - 2073-22  \ "SINGLE parents you are hot  alone". You^ are invited to  an organizational meeting  of  "Parents    Without    Partners"  " April 18th, Sechelt Elementary  School. This is an international  voluntary self-help organization which plans family, educational and, social activities for  single parents and their children. Custody is not a factor.  Phone 885-2830 evenings for  more  information.    .2191-20  OBITUARY  SMITH��� On April 6, 1973,  Florence Smfth. of Gibsons,  age 51 years. Survived by her  loving husband, Gerald; one  son Richard Sasaratt of Gibsons; 2 daughters, Marjorie  Priest of North Vancouver and  Tammy at home. Four grand- .  children, her.parents, Mr. and  Mrs .Sam Kanigan of Gibsons,  one brother and two sisters.  Funeral services will be conducted in the Kingdom Hall of  Jehovah- Witnesses, Selma  Park on Wednesday, April 11,  at 2:30 p.m. Interment Seaview  Cemetery," Harvey Funeral  Home, Directors. 1933-20  SETCHFIELD��� Suddenly on  April 5, 1973, James Henry  Setchfield of Roberts Creek,  age 47 years. Survived by his  wife, Eva, 2 sons Derek and  Leslie. His mother Mrsj Rose  Setchfield and 2 brothers Leslie and Fred all in London,  England. Rev. David Brown,  will conduct the Memorial  Service in the Harvey Funeral  Home on Thursday, April 12th  at 2 p.m, Cremation. In lieu  of flowers, donations may be  made to the B.C. Heart Foundation,  1881 West Broadway.  1932-20  REAL ESTATE  WANTED to buy house for  family of four. Private. Reply Box 2177, Peninsula Times,  Box 310, Sechelt.        2177-tfn  5 BEDROOM, 1 year old home,  Sechelt Village, many extras.  $10,000 down, $35,900 F.P. Ph.  owner   805-2404   or   885-9305.  1787-tfn  A  home worth waiting-for!  Spacious 5 room full basement home on large level lot.'  Conveniently    located     hear  beach, P.O. etc. Living room  fireplace  faced   with  Italian  Marble,   right   dhiing   room.  Kitchen with breakfast hook.  Vanity bath, Like new hardwood floors throughout. Fireplace ready for finish In unfinished rec. room. Utility and.  storage  room,  A-oil furnace.;'  Has to be seen to appreciate  and priced to sell at $33,950:  HOWE    SOUND    WATER-  FRONT LOT: Piped water  and  road ' access. . Ideal boat  moorage.  $11,500 terms.  LAKEFRONT RETREAT: 90*  beach with established boat  float. Cozy 2 room cabin, fully  furnished. Good road access.  Offers near $27,000. '  LISTINGS   WANTED! ���  K. BUTLER REALTY  LTD.  ALL   TYPES   INSURANCE  . Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE   LISTING  SERVICE  '  9265-19  GOWER Point   Road,   choice  view lot 85'x265', fully serviced: $6500 or best offer. Ph.  886-7392. 2179-20  160 ACRES beautiful elevated  property, some view, trails,  secluded. Near Secret Cove,  $70,000. Write Box 310, c-o  The Times, Sechelt, B.C.   332-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR  SAKINAW LAKE RESORT  -      l^OOVvpterfrwt  1,000 Beach  v- 39 Acres  One  of the choice Peninsula  '   Properties  . ;        $190,000  Potential Unlimited  JOHN BREEN  Real Estate & Insurance  Pender Harbour - Egmont - Earl's Cove  MOTEL ������ Beautiful  location, easy operation. All  facilities. Ideal for early retirement. Properly priced  at $66,500; details at office.  SPACIOUS HOME ��� Not quite finished. Three bed-  rooms with fireplace. Cabinet kitchen. 1284 sq. ft.  plus basement. F.P. $29,500, terms!  ALMOST NEW ��� 2-year-old Cedar Home on level  lot. 3 bedrooms, wall-to-wall, I V% baths, near stores.  Just $21,000 full price.  MODERN HOME ��� Two-year-old 2 bedroom home  on 3A/Q$re with wonderful view. Just $27,900 with  terms.  NELSON ISLAND ��� 23.5 acres. Approx 4000 fedt of  beach, Includes small Island. Fall price $69,000 With  $14,000 down and balance at 7 Hi pdrcerlt.  LOTS  Some with excellent view, wafer and power.  $6,500 to $B,500 full price.  ���WE NEED LISTINGS���  Call: John Breen    Jock Hermon       Archie Drayton  883-2794 883-2745   ,, ��63-9926  Phone: 254-1060  9319-tfn  TWO five acre blocks, elevated property within village  of Sechelt. In popular subdivision area; Write Box 310, c-p  Peninsula Times, Sechelt.  A:        .       " -    333-tfn  LOCAL business for sale. Call  885-2125, ask for Terry.  2075-22  100 FEET of waterfront property    for    sale,    beautiful  sandy  beach.   Savary   Island.  Phone  886-7392. 1931-20  WANTED BY  RESIDENT TEACHER  Acreage with or.'without home  ���older type or modern. Can  pay cash. Smaller plots offering some seclusion considered.  Private arrangements or  agency  listing.  Phone 886-7156 Anytime  9270-21  2 BEDROOM, near full basement home, view, landscaped, 2 full bathrooms, suite in  basement with separate entrance. Located at Granthams  Landing. Phone 886-7426.  1928-22  2 LARGE choice lots, view and'  treed in Gower Point, Gib-  sons. Ph. 885-2087.       2153-22  PENDER HARBOUR  5 ���' beautiful view acres on  Francis Peninsula with lots of  privacy and seclusion. Ashing  $20,000.  250' protected waterfront on  Francis Peninsula, almost 3  acres; hydro and water on. Asking $49,000,  terms.  New 3 bedroom home on view  lot. Asking $28,000, terms.  Beautiful waterfront lots with  nice level beach.  Over 850* protected waterfront in heart of Madeira Park  on approx. 1% acres level  land. Ideal for 20-30 unit motel/ marina or lots. Get your  friends and group, buy. Asking $65,000, good terms.  JACK NOBLE  Phone 883-2701  Rochester Realty Ltd.   - .  Phone 936-7292  .9272-20  ���'i   ���" ��� -       'i ������.���������������       . i ������ i���    ii ... i ^  VIEWS lot in Selma Park. Ph.  885-2630. 2184-20  SUMMER cottage, waterfront  or semi waterfront. Call 112-  922-1980 collect. 2155-22  MOBILE HOMES .'  TRAILER space available, all  services. Ayers Mobile Home  Park, West Sechelt. Ph.  885-  2375. ,   863-tfn  BRAND new 12x68 Leader. 3  bedrooms, shag, carpet, colored appliances, full CSA Z240  certified. Fully furnished and  completely set up for only  $10,900. Can be seen at Sunshine Coast TailerParkt Highway 101, GiBsons.        1877-tfn  t-      ,, .; - . _ ������  12'x60' REVERSE aisle, unfurnished, carpet in 12'xl8*  front room with bay-window.  Completely set up in local  park. Contact Bob Scales 885-  2221. 2057-20  $7,979  FULL PRICE  New 12x64  3 bedroom  $100 down (OA.C.)  Call collect 434-8771  or 437-3972  6655 Kingsway  ,     South Burnaby  18'   SAILBOAT   in   Gibsons  harbour, $2,500. Phone 738-  4936 eves. -        2055-21  14% FOOT K&C Thermoglas,  60 H.P. Johnson, electric  start. Sleeper seats, full canvas top, -excellent condition,  $1395. Phone 885-2253 after 6  p.m. j-*^    2071-20  ���' ��� ���      ���     "-      i   24 FOOT cabin cruiser, Buick  marine 380 H.P. I/O. Offers.  Phone  885-2187. 2074-22  15-FOOT K and C Thermoglass  ��� with tilt trailer, convertible  top,-new 50 h.p. Merc., 20  hours/Open to offers. Phone  885-9534. 2158-20  "AS IS���where is" 1966 26 ft.  planked hull cabin cruiser  sleeps 4, 2 sinks, less than 100  hrs. on 210 Chrysler motor,  dinghy, extras. What ofers!  Trades, or what have you! Ph.  886-2597. '        1197-21  10'  F.G.   car  top  boatovith  oars, $85 and 1960 Johnson  ,9% motor, like new, $325. Ph.  886-2580 after 5:30 p.m. 2186-20  ^       ���  14* F.G. Runabout, seats 4.  18 H.P. Johnson, gas tank,  controls, running lights, fitted  tarp, bumpers, paddles,"$975.'-  Also dual use trailer 14' or 8'  box, easy conversion, , $100.  Phonev883-2561. 2185-20  PENDER HARBOUR AND EGMONT  ,��...,�� w�� ������/.'''��-"  CHARLES ENGLISH LID,  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE'  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  GRANTHAM'S LANDING ��� Only two year's old, well  built 2 BR home, big living room, big windows, big  view. Full basement, could be suite. $29,500 F.P.  WILLIAMSON'S LANDING ��� Commodious home,  immaculately mointoined, on 99 feet of waterfront,  . pebble beach. Big lot. See this and try your offer or>  $40,000 F.P.  MOBILE HOME on rented pad at Gower Point. Fully  furnished, move .right in. Only 4 years old. Terms on  $6,000 F.P.  9295-tfri  BRAND new 12'x60' Leader 2  bedroom, delux furniture,  shag carpets,, colored appliances, full CSA certification," delivered and cOmpletly-* vsej up  for only $9475. Can be seen at  Sunshine Coast Trailer Park,  Hwy. 101, Gibsons. Phone 880-  9826. U92-tfn  BOATS & ENGINES  STEERMASTER steering complete, $75. Two welded steel  fuel   tanks   17"xl9"x22",   $50.  Sechelt 885-2842. 2199-20  1972 JOHNSON 125 H.P., full  waranty. Has hydraulic tilt  and   tachometer,   $1765.  firm."  Sechelt 885-2842. 2200-20  GIBSONS BLUFF ���Two BR home nestled on Panoramic largeview lot, landscaped within its surroundings.  Thissevehyear"Old home has to be seen to be appreci;  ated. Fireplace, sundeck, part basement, carport make  an appointment to view at full price $29,500. Mortgage available.  GIBSONS VILLAGE ��� 3 BR, tvwwstorey home on  view lot overlooking Gibsons Harbour. Galley kitchen,  vanity colored 4-pce.bathroom, part basement, wall-  to-woll carpet. F.P. $32,000. Mortgage available.  '.''' . ��� -v.  I-     -, ��� I    , , I   I ��� .  GIBSONS VILLAGE ���-View lots ready for development. All services, including sewer, underground wiring, blacktop roads. Price $6,600 to $6,900, cash.  GOWER POINT ���At Prott Road; one half acre lots,  100 x 217. One with roads on two sides, $9,900; the  other $7,700.  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Two storey home, 936 sq. ft.  on each floor, 4 BR, large kitchen and dining area.  All wall-to-wall carpet. Double plumbing, recreation  room, sundeck and carport. $28,500.  ROBERTS CREKK ��� Two lots; 70 x 112, one block  fromithe Beoch.-.full price $5,000 each.  SELMA PARK���'Lovely retirement home with magnificent view, close to Sechelt, in very good condition.  Wall to wall carpets, picture windows and 100 percent  insulated. Full price $14>500. Dominion lease land.  L I S TINGS     WANTED  K. A. Crosby 886-2098 ��� J. E. White 886-2935  J. Visser 885-2300 ��� Mike Blaney 886-7436  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Member of the Multiple Listing Service  FISH ING AREA - LOTS - WATER & HYDRO #2-669  Excellent treed  lots,  near water and stores, quiet. All  lots In  excess of 7,500 sq. ft. From $5,450 to $6,500, 10% down, good  terms on balance. Peter Smith 885-9463 eves, or Don Hadden  885-9504 eves, or Office 885-2235 (24 hours).  DUfifolL"     0fflce 885-2235 (24 Hours)  I nUIlL!    Vancouver Phone 689-5838  2 BEDROOM ALL ELECTRIC VIEW HOME #2-809  Near new home, comer lot, large livlno room, much wall-to-wall  carpet, 1% baths, utility room, car port. Fridge, range and fan  included. Lovely retirement or young couple. Asking $27,500.  offers? Peter Smith 885-9463 eves, or Office 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  2 BEDROOM - VIEW - GIBSONS #6-2-828  Wonderful opportunity for retiring couple. A home with a sun-  room with view of Islands, mountains and Gulf of Georgia. 2 bedrooms, fireplace In living room, largo kitchen, storage room, utility  room, separate workshop and garage. $22,500 cash. Jack Warn,  -886-268) evos. or Office 885-2235 (24 hours). .  PRESTIGE HOME - WEST SECHELT #19-2-820  Luxury, three bedroom homo with revenue suite. Level lot, regional water, close to school. Rec. room with second fireplace and  work shop In basement. I % plumbing on main floor. $45,000.  Jack Warn 886-268) eves. Or Office 885-2234 (24 hours).  DUPLEX - DAVIS BAY #2-644  Ideal retirement property with income from this duplex on excellent vlow lot Just a block from boach and store at Davis Boy.  Each suite has 2 bedrooms and 910 sq. ft. Full price $38,000 with  half down. For details ond appointment, Don Hadden 885-9504  evenings or Office 885-2235 (24 hours).  LEVEL LOT - DAVIS BAY #2-742  Quiet area of good homes on Whlttaker Road, close to beach,  wharf and store. Lot has 70 ft. frontage and 125 ft. depth. Cash  price $7,000. Don Hadden, 885-9504 eves, or Office 885-2235  (24 hours).  SELMA PARK - QUIET ROAD #17-2-827  Largo lot with gentle slope towards south and east. Over 15,000  sq. ft. with 152 feet road frontage. Two blocks off Highway 10)  with peaceful country atmosphere. Toxes about $35 per year  makes this a good holding property. Bob Kent 885-9461 eves,  *  or Office 885-2235 (24 hours).  SECHELT CORNER #20-2-762  Residential lot close to waters of Sechelt Inlet for fishing and  boating. Three blocks to shopping, Nearly ready to build o��  mostly cleared. Note the low price of only $6,500 for this corner  location within the village with water, hydro, phone. Bob Kent  885-9461 evenings or Office 085-2235 (24 hours).  SANDY BEACH - SUMMER AREA - FISHING #2-824  Good, completely furnished 3 bedroom summer homo, post & beam  construction, 400 feet to flat sand beach. Neor new Onan Light  plant, propano fridge R, stove, oil heating. Community water,  Short boat run from Secret Cove, Ideal for children. See this on  our TV screen. Asking $33,500. Peter Smith 885-9463 eves, or  Office 885-2235 (24 hours).  VIEW PROPERTY ��� WEST SBCHELT #2-764  Over 4 acres of view property with southern exposure. Good subdivision possibilities, with Regional water and hydro at both ends  of property. Cosy remodelled 3 bedroom home has wide vlow of  the Gulf. Full price $37,500. Don Hadden 885-9504 eves, or  office 885-2235 (24 hours).  FAMILY HOME - GIBSONS #5-2-798  Large lot In village. Level area, some fruit trees and berries In.  .Close to sea and public beaches. Three bedrooms, fireplace, utility  ond gorogo. Good economy at $19,000. Jack Warn 886-2681  evenings or Office 885-2234 (24 hours).  MOBILE HOME - SELMA PARK ' #2-656  New 2 bedroom CSA approved mobile homo, completely set up  on oho of the finest view lot* available. Full price $17,900. Don  Hadden 885-9504 eves, or Office 885-2235 (24 hours).  LAKE FRONT LOT - CLEAN WATERS - QUIET AREA     #2-436  NOW���before summer, we this 103 ft. lakefront lot, and tho  price la lowest In that area, $11,000, your offer will bo considered.  Peter Smith 885-9463 eves, or Office 885-2235 (24 hours).  PENDER HARBOUR #36-2-542  Madeira Park, see our sign just at you leave Highway 101 and  enter Madeira Park Road. A really nice lot at this low price of  $6,000. Easy down payment. $2,000, Bob Kent 885*9461 eves,  or Office 885-2235 (24 hours).  SELMA PARK SEA FRONT #17-2-743  Largo building with panoramic view from these two lots, Combined  land area of approximately 17,500 sq. ft. with  I (Mr. access to  tea. Especially atoned for public or government assembly uses,  Bob Kent or Don Hadden 885-2235 (24 hour*).  i  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF REAL ESTATE  AGENCIES LTD.  HALFMOON DAY WATERFRONT���frestlge Home #2-753  Near new 4 bedroom, 2-storey homo, has 2% both*, auto, oil  heat, double carport and a covered sundeck above 30' x 12' hobby  shop. Tho % acre lot has a gsntlo slops to tho 40' x 12' float on  sheltered water at Halfmoon Bay. This property Is xoned Cll,  suitable for a marina or tourist accommodation etc. Full price  $63,000. Don Haddert 885-9904 eves. Or Offlco 805-2233 (24  hours),  Box 128, Socholt, B.C.  PHONE 885-2235 (24 Hours)  VANCOUVER PHONE 689-5838  (E.&0.E.) I        j  ���mitmmtw �����������*+-*�� ��*< ihi>r>��  ���, yi �����!��*���. ������������ ��..y 4 tff+m  r- tflifiT  *��mis *>B  GARDEN BAY       ,  6 BR home on 103 ft. waterfront lot over one acre. Lots of floats.  $50,000.  Adjoining tot with 206 ft. waterfront, over 2 acres >ond partially  landscaped with rock walls. $45,000.  These two properties together would be an ideal site for marina  development.  LARGE ACREAGE  1. Secret Cove Area���160 ccres^���roads and trails throughout���  fairly jevel property���$70,000.  ��  2. Pender Harbour���approx. 33 acres���approx. 1800* Waterfront  ���$85,000.  3. Francis Peninsula, 37 acres, partially developed possible 86  lot subdivision site. Approx. 3,900' primary road constructed.  Woter main on S.E. corner of property. Gravel pit. Asking  $150,000.  EGMONT WATERFRONT  7 acres with approx 560 ft. waterfront, adjoining the Egmont  Marina. Paved Maple Road runs through property. Excellent site  for development os sport fishermen's camper and trailer park or  os a group investment. Asking $50,000.  GARDEN BAY  Large treed lot with 54' waterfront, driveway in, bldg. site cleared,  14' trailer included in price of $20,000.  22.5 ACRES-KLEINDALE  Level land ��� would moke a good horse ranch. $27,500.  GERRAN'S BAY, PENDER HARBOUR  Approx. 18C of deep waterfront, 3 BR architect designed home  on 3 levels. Oil furnace, dble. plumbing. Greenhouse, fishpond and  a small cabin presently used as shop. Landscaped grounds and  lots of trees for privacy. Float, washer-dryer, range and fridge  included in price of $79,500.  EARL COVE  Unfinished cottage with sundeck on semi-waterfront view lot. Few  hundred feet to beach. $8,200.  .NEAR MADEIRA PARK  Near new 2 BR home on approx. % acre level lot. Has electric  heating, fireplace, wAv carpet, storage and carport.  $21,500.  MOBILE HOME SITES  Several lots available ��� some fully serviced.  IRVINE'S LANDING  Large level view lot overlooking Lee Bay. Close to marina; gov't,  wharf ond good salmon fishing. $8,000.  ~1aRL COVE  450' Waterfront, approx'. 5% acres. Old 2 bedroom house (needc  rebuilding); $55,000.  ISLAND ��� EGMONT  Beautifully treed and landscaped small  island with panoramic  view.  Comfortable furnished  home with hydro and telephone.  Guest cottage (needs repairs). Float. Close to shore. Cldms and  oysters on yourdoorstep. $38,000.  GARDEN BAY  One BR Panabode with 2nd BR in basement ��� exceptional view  of Pender Harbour. Has wa|t-to-wall carpets, -electric heat, built-  in range, sundeck. On large view lot close to stores and marinas.  $26,000.  REVENUE BUILDING - MADEIRA PARK  2-storey concrete block ond frame commercial building in Madeira  Park, close to Post Office. Has one office and one small store on  main floor ond a 2 BR suite on upper floor. Gross monthly rental  income is $290. Full price $32,000. Adjoining level commercial  lot available for $16,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS  Ruby Lake, 105'  75', Garden Bay  EARL COVE SUBDIVISION  Corner lot    $12,500  $16,500  ....  $5,500  MADEIRA PARK  Nice treed lots with rough driveways in. Close to school., stores,  post offlco and marinas. $3,700 to $ 11,000.  LAGOON ROAD  3 good building lots or mobile home sites. Close to school, stores,  post office,  marinas and gov't wharf.  Each priced at  $6,000.  MARY ISLAND  4.8 acres, located right in Pender Harbour. 1.500 ft. waterfront.  Phone, hydro, and woter. Log house. Excellent for a group Investment. $125,000.  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES  In a beautiful setting, serviced with paved road, water and hydro.  Public access to waterfront. Close to stores, marinas and post  offlco. $6,000 to $10,000,  SAKINAW LAKE  13,8 acres of attractively treed park-liko property. Approx. 350  feet of good waterfront. (Creek through property. Close to Saklnaw  Lako access road and boat launching. Excellent for a group purchase ��� room for several cottages on property. $33,000.  IRVINE'S LANDING  3 OR homo on large view lot overlooking famous Leo Bay, serviced  with water and hydro. $13,500.   /  PRIME COMMERCIAL LOCATION, EGMONT  Corner lot with opprox. 80 ft. waterfront ond over 200 ft. corner  road frontage. 26 ft. water toxl business ond small automotive gas  station also Included In price of $32,000,  VIEW LOTS ��� GARDEN BAY  Very largo pork-like lots overlooking Pender Harbour. Close to  stores, post offlco, marinas ond gov't wharf, Priced from $5,300  to $6,000.  Many other view and waterfront lots In tho Pender Harbour area,  CALL OLLI OR JEAN SLADEY  piHiililii  &SALTY LTD.  MadtlNk Park, B;C.  Phone Ponder Harbour 883-21233  I 'I K  V  i      ���     a  M  ���Y>  }y  ,  x.  AUTOS. TRUCKS, Etc. WORK WANTED  WORK WANTED (Cottt.)     . HELP WANTED (Cont.) Wonted To Rent (continued?    LOST  1968 125 HONDA. Phone Dave  883-9933. 2061-20  1970   VOLKSWAGEN   station  wagon, good condition. Radio*'  new tires. Phone 888-9824.   ,    ,-. 2182-21  1964 DODGE ,440 2 door V-8  automatie,-,PS/PB, $400. Ph.  886-9831. ���-,   , ..     2189-20  1970 TOYOTA Corolla, .17,500  > miles,    new    Michelin    X  radials. Like new, $1680. Ph.-  885-2897. 2195-20  1969 DODGE Polara, 4 door  .' sedan, good condition. Power  steering and brakes, radio. Ph.  886-7144. 1927-20.  MATURE  personable  widow,  new to area, desires employ- <  ment, full or part time. Able  to take charge of small office; ���  typing, book-keeping and good  tit meeting publio^own trans- _  portation.  Phone  885-9016  to  arrange for an interviews'  DIAL-MAR   Answering   Service. Office-residentiaV-wake  up calls. Reasonable rates. Ph.  885-2245.  1893-21  HORSESHOEING.   Phone for  appointment 886-2795.  980-tfn  FURNACE, \ installations   and  ��� burner   service/ Free   esti-  ,iA<m.7iii        36-tfn  mates. Ph.! 886-7111.  LOTS FORSALE  (NOR'WEST BAY ROAD (WEST SECHELT)  . 75'x 150' nice level lots on paved road.  All services available. See these lovely treed lots "in  their natural state" which offers o park-like setting,  yet easy to clear for building site. Try your down payment;, bank terms on balance. Consideration will be  . given to builders (builders terms).  PEERLESS   Tree   Services^-  Guaranteed   insured   work.  Phone- 885-2109.. 1887-tfn  H     ,   ^ii i .<  1.1. -   20 YEAR old Grade 12 grad-  - uate needs workr Phone 886V  7413. '.    1190-20  ;,��� .  '  DUTCH lady would like  - housework by day or half  day. $2.25 hour. Phone 885-.  2188. 2064-20  MANUSCRIPTS,   letters,   etc.  done by' fast accurate typist.  Excellent proof reader. Pickup and delivery. Box 2193 or'  phone   885-9016. ���. 2193-22  HELP WANTED  JOLLY ROGER INN  Females - Full or p&t time  employment - to begin  immediately.  HAIR stylist, full or part time.  Ph. 885-2339, 1721-tfn  ���-. ^ ������ ^  PART time book keeper. Ph.  885-9816. " 1810-tfn  FOR RENT  WARM,   clean   housekeeping'  room. Private entrance. Working gent. All. found. Selma  Park. Ph. 885-9535.     2051-tfn  OFFICE space, Harris Block,  Gibsons. 886-2881 after 5,'30  p.m.,  1209-tfn  SMALL house or/ cottage for  young couple within driving  v distance of Port Mellon. Phone  886-7215. 1926-22  SMALL house or cottage in  Francis Peninsula or Pender Harbour area. Phone Bill  883-2585 between 9 & 5, Monday to Friday. _ 1883-tfn  BUSINESS   Office   for   rent,  .. downtonw   Gibsons,  available April 1st, 1973, Phone Dr.  Drache 325-4232  or  886-2248.  1186-20  JL  LOST  or  taken by   mistake,  muskrat fur  cape  at  new  Legion in Sechelt. Sat., March  31. Please call 885-2066;-  2180-20  The Peninsulo Timet, Wed., April 11, 1973  FOR SALE (Continued)  Page 5  Phone 885-9998  9267-20  N  G. KNOWLES    .  .    298-0541 or 291-2881  BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD.  6550 E. Hastings Street, Vancouver  "EXCLUSIVE. AGENTS"  I  Multiple Listings Service  Box 238, GiBsons, B.C.  NOTARY PUBLIC ��� PHONE 886-2248  GRANTHAM'S LANDING ��� Near new 2 BR home complete with  plumbing In basement. Quiet, panoramic view,  not too much  garden to look after and very well priced for this standard of  ,home. Full price only $29,950.  TELLERS with recent Canadian banking experience. Full  time or part time. Please contact Mrs. Shaw, Bank of Mon-  treal, Sechelt. 2056-20  OPPORTUNITIES NOW!  Jackson Bros. Logging  Co. Ltd.  OPENINGS FOR LOGGERS:  ���Machine Operators  ���Welders  ���Industrial Mechanics  ���Men willing to learn  welcome  Phone 885-2228  For Interviews  9264-20  HALL for rent ���Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.   Contact  Mrs. Diane Anderson 885-2385.''  7815-tfh;  WEST  Sechelt���  Spacious   2  bedroom   waterfront  home.)  Adults only $225 month. Ph.  885-2253 after 6 p.m.    2072-20  WILL the lady who called at  1749 Marine Drive call again!  at Mrsr Gosden's - back door:  please.  1934-20  SECHELT Legion Branch 1401  has 2 halls available for your,  functions.  Phone  885-2526  or;  885-9784. 2198-25  WANTED TO RENT  "\  1 OR 2 bedroom furnished cottage  or  house  in  Gibsons!  area by Public Health nurse  beginning in ApriL References  Available. Phone 886-2089 after  5 p.m. 1832-20  2 BEDROOM  house.  Sechelt  area. Required immediately.  Phone  885-9581.  GOWER POINT ��� Here's a package* deal that hos to be the  greatest: Three % acre Jots on the waterfront with one acre on  the upper side adjoining the road with a very liveable home. All  this for only $47,500. This is such a bargain, the price is firm.  GIBSONS BAY AREA ��� This just has to be bargain day! One  acre of flat land in the heart of Gibsons with a three bedroom  home and a stream through the property. How about this for any  reasonable offer over $20,000.  Rent to Own  GIBSONS SEMI-RURAL -��� Brand new 2 BR home with no steps  to climb and extremely wellJbuilt. Here you have your seclusion  and yet only blocks away from school and shopping. F:P. $25,000.  $2,000 could put you in this home if you qualify.  WATERFRONT PROPERTY -��� 80' on a nice beach, with or with-  /> oura house. ^ :  LISTI NGS   WANTED  Member Vancouver Real Estate ��Board  Vince Prewer 886-9359      Wal ly Peterson 886-2877  Ron McSavaney 886-9656  Our new exclusive purchalease plan  may be the answer to your home needs.  The mobile home of your choice,  delivered and set up anywhere.in B.C.,  all for the first month's rent in  advance. Then simply pay monthly  payments until you have established the  down payment.  All rental payments appiy to the purchase  price.  Immediiate delivery O.A.C.  Example  New,  1973 fully furnished, 2 bedroom  Caravan with appliances  .j'^99 ^otaln:delivery; deposit ;T    - X  $99 total rKbnfhly^Tental/payiTOilt -  =  For further information call collect to  Roy Lyons personally.  437-5004 or 437-9738 lease division,  Cosmopolitan Mobile Homes,  5680 Kingsway, South Burnaby.  k  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  ncoast ESTATES LTD.  ���.ESTATES LTEU***. ^ H   "^ "  REAL ESTATE  PHONE 885-2241  DAVIS BAY AREA  65x122 view lot ��� cleared and ready for building, driveway on.-  Power ond water available. F.P. $6,500. Call Stan or Jack Anderson, 885-2241 or eves. 885-2385 or 885-2053.  REDROOFFS ROAD  1.3 acres from Redrooffs Road to the beach. Excellent view, very  steep to water,   Best access possible.   Small unfinished cottage  with a fireplace.  Well water; power ond  septic  tank in.  F.P.  $18,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson, 885-2241 or eves. 885-  2053 or 885-2385.  10 ACRE FARM  Year-round creek, five cleared acres,,   1260 sq. ft. homo with  fireplace and half basement. Shop and barn.  Good view, five  acres in trees. Full price $51,500. Call Jack or Stan Anderson  885-2241 or evenings 885-2385 or 885-2053.  REDROOFFS ROAD  80' frontage ��� close to Sergeant Bay, treed with potential view.  Half aero. Easy access. Coll Stan or Jack Anderson, 885-2241 or  evenings 885-2385 or 885-2053.  DAVIS BAY SEAVIEW HOME  1254 sq. ft, 2 level home just steps to public beach. Fireplace In  living room, 3 sets of plumbing, full bathroom in master bedroom.  Over % acre landscaped proporty. Large attached green house.  Full basement with 2 bedrooms ond bath, laundry room and workshop. Approx. 2400 sq. ft. finished area, covered sundeck and  many extras. F.P. $49,500 with $10,000 down. Call Jack or Stan  Anderson 885-2241 or eves. 885-2053, 885-2385. *  RETIREMENT SPECIAL  2 bedroom cottage on lovely beach. Protected moorage for your  boot, nicely treed, all fenced yard. Dominion Lease. Only $11,000,  Call Len or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-224" 1 or 885-9683.  VIEW LOTS; $4,000  In Village of Sechelt, close to beach and protected moorage. Call  Len or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-2241 or 885-9683.,  ' REDROOFFS ROAD VIEW  Ono acre lot, nicely treed, public access to beach nearby plus  boat launching  ramp. Only $6,500, Coll Len or Suzanno  van  '      Egmond, 885-2241 or 885-9683. .  .  REVENUE  Plus lovoly suite for owner. On the beach In Solma Park, Income  $300 per month. For details coll Len or Suzanno Van Egmond,  885-2241 or 005-9683.  DAVIS BAY VIEW  Ono only ~ fontostic view, ready to build on. Call now before  It Is gono. Len or Suzanne Van Egmond, 885-224) or 885-9683.  PORPOISE BAY WATERFRONT  Only $12,000 ��� largo view lots, good beach, protected moorage.  Call Len or Suzanno Von Egmond, 885-2241 or 885-9683.  ROBERTS CREEK  Treed view lot* fully serviced, black-top roads, only a short walk  to public beach. Some lots have fruit trees.  Full price $5950.  Call Jack or Stan Anderson "885-2241  or evening* 885-2385,  885-2053.  VIEW OF HOWE SOUND  Fully serviced lot In Gibsons only $5,800. Coll Len or Suzanne  Van Egmond, 885-2241 or 085-9683.  SECHELT VILLAGE  4 bedrooms, fireplace, loroo garden lot. Real value; $21,250 F.P.  Call Stan or Jack Anderson, 885-2241 or eves. 085-2385, 085-  2053.  ROBERTS CREEK  View lots, half block to good beoch access. Only $5,900 each or  buy all throe and save $$$. Call Ion or Siuonno Van Egmond,  805-2241 or 005-9683.  FOUR BEDROOM VIEW  1576 so. ft. ,wlth full basement. All room* feature wall-to-wall'  carpet. Sundeck. Large comor lot. 25x32 living room. Larae kitchen, on suite plumbing. F.P. $39,900. Call Ston or Jock Anderson 085-2241 or eves. 885-2385, 885-2053.  MASON ROAD  40 acres secluded area. Last large block available In tho area.  Flat land. F.P. $1,625 per acre. Coil Jack or Stan Anderson 885-  2241 or eves. 885-2053, 885-2385.  HALFMOON BAY AREA  150'  woterfront,  treed,  easy access  to  beach.   Deep  moorage,  community water system,  very  secluded,  Approx.   2/13  acre of  land;   mony  building  sites   excellent  view.   $24,500  F.P.   Call '  Stan or Jack Anderson 885-2241 or evos. 885-2385, 885-2053.  5 ACRES - SUNSHINE COAST  Oeautlfully landscaped, mostly cleared and In pasture, fenced and  cross fenced Many fruit trees and tall evergreont. Seasonal it room.  2 DR rancher with suite adlacent, 2 sets of plumbing, Kentucky  style 7 box stable. 2 years old. Property'on residential street,  five minutes from shops. F.P. $57,500, Call Jack or Stan Anderson, 085-2241 or eve*. 885-2033, 085-2385.  LARGE CREEK FRONT LOT  Idoal for secluded retirement. Treed pqved road close to public  beach. Power ond woter, $6950 F.P. Call Ston or Jock Anderson  085-2241 or eves. 885-2305, 805-2053,  REDROOFFS ESTATES - RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES  18,000 to 24,000 sq. ft. Trees, paved rood, close to beoch and  hot fishing spot, Sargent Bay. Some with ocean view, Investment  price $3,500 to $4,750, terms. Coll Jack or Stan Anderson 805-  2241 or eves 005-2053, 085-2385.  DAVIS DAY  Lovely 2 bedroom home with 2 bedrooms In finished basement,  fully furnished, half block to nice beach.  Fenced yard; Asking  only $34,000. Coll Len or Susanna Van Egmond, 005-2241 or  883-9603.  VANCOUVER DIRECT LINE MU5-5544  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM SECHELT BUS DEPOT  PETS  2 FEMALE pups, part Peken-  ese -and~��lkhound, $10 each.  Phone  885-9948. 1691-20  LIVE   Easter  bunnines,  $1.50  each. Ph. 885-9362.     2190-20  LIVESTOCK  SWIFT Feeds ~ H. Jacobson,  Swift dealer. Nor'West Rdf,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369. Chicken feeds - Horse feed - Hog  feed - Cattle feed. Hay and  other feeds by order.   258-tfn  FEED, SEEDS  FENCING, FERTILIZER  BuckerfielcVs Horse,  Chicken,  Hog  &  Cattle Feeds. ���  Purina Products  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  R.R. 1,    Gibsons'  Open: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  Tuesday to Saturday  One mile south of Sunshine  Coast Highway  Pratt Road 886-7527  9292-tfn  ONE pair of mated geese, $20,  also one gander, $J0. Phone  885-9469. 2151-22  2178-22.  WANTED to rent, 3 bedroom  house or larger. Middle aged  family with children. Call  886-9653 between 9 and 5 p.m.  ':,'���������' >    2069^22  WANTED good home for Husky Terrier, 1 year old, well  trained Children's pet. Phone  885-9333. 2154-20  SWAP OR TRADE  1969C - 7A powershift tree  - farmer and parts, for acreage or equity in land anywhere in B.C. Call collect 872-  2604 or, 266-2636. 2062-21  WANTED  BABY  9824.  carseat.  Phone   886-  2181-20   _ ,   4 Kw. portable -diesel generator,   almost   new.   End  of  Brook's Road, Halfmoon Bay.   ,    2065-20  VIKING mini' dryer and Easy  wringer' washer.   Both   for  $110.. Phone 886-9386 after  6  p.m. . 2066-21  12'x52' LAMPLIGHTER, like  new, 1 bedroom, all new  furniture and appliances. Delivered and set up $6700. Can  "be seen at Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park. Phone 886-9826.   2068-tfn  FOR SALE or will trade  equity on house, Sechelt  area. 10'x55' 3 bedroom Glen-  dale furnished or dinfurnish-  ed. Price $5800. Phone 886-  7839. 2070-tfn  1972 750 NORTON Commando  motor * cycle,    under    1000  miles.  Best  offer  over $1000  cash. Call Bob 883-2427.   2187-20  CEMENT mixer in good condition,   electric   motor,   $50.  Phone  885-9819. 2188-20  FOR SALE (Continued)  TUPPERWARE  and  Amway.-  Phone 886-2546.   '     1694-20  FIREPLACE   wood   for  sale.  Alder, maple and fir. Phone  883-2417. 1149-tfn  SINGER sewing machine, $20;  -Hoover 120 volt dryei* as  hew, home -massager $5, table  saw- stand and motor, micrometer ,1" to 2" new. Phone  885-2803. , 1200-20  4, BURNER  rock  good  condition.  Phone 886-2597.  gas   stove,  Best  offer.  1929-20  BOAT trailer;, arborite table  with 4 chairs; china cabinet;  padded headboard; . coffee  table with 2 step taples; other  odd chairs and tables. Phone  886-7147. 2157-20  13 FOOT wooden boat, $25 and  good eight foot canopy, $75.  Phone 885-9557. 2156-20  LEGAL NOTICES  MORTGAGES  1st AND ind MORTGAGES  Residential - Commercial  Recreational   -  .   ���"' .<  All types of real estate financing including builders loans.  Fast appraisal service.1  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP. LTD.  .    2438 Marine Drive,  West Vancouver, B.C.  *��� Phone 926-3256  8227-tfn  FINANCE AVAILABLE  for Mortgages and  Property Construction  Coiirtesy.to Realtors  Phone Eves. Collect  Vancouver 224-7093  Mr. D. East  9269-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  House for family of 4, private.  Reply Box  1636,  Peninsula  Times, Box 310, Sechelt.  1636-tfn  REQUIRE   2nd   hand   power  mower. Phone Ken Fowler  886-7380. <    2183-20.  FOR SALE  AVON ��� Porpoise and'Davis  Bay. Call after 3 p.m, 885-  2852. 1695-20  MUST sacrifice start of building 12x24x8 plywood. All  new material / Outside only  finished and painted cream  and brown, flat roof (new roofing paper). Studs two foot  centres, floor % inch plywood  plus 7 sheets of % loose inside plus three rolls of building paper. Has 40x60 pix plate  glass window and 30x30 inch  window on north end. New  door and lock. Now on skids  on Lot 8, corner of Access Road  and Redrooffs Road, above  Sargent's Bay Beach. Will 'sell  together or separately heavy  duty % ton reinforced custom  built- 7 foot long axle with  wheels and tires, two 'U'  clamps. Building $500. Axle  $100. Contact 885-9574.  1863-22  BEATTY washer, spin dryer,  $75. Ph.  886-9534.  .  2063-20  OIL   heater,   good  $"35, Ph. 883-2481:  condition,  2192-20  COLEMAN circulating oil  heater, electric 24" stove,  arborite kitchen set, 2 fold  away cots with good mattresses and white Pembroke tub.  Phone   885-2193. 2196-20  MARINE ACCESSORIES  ���; Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service  NYGREN SALES  (1971) LTD.  ' Phcne 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  ��� 471 GM Diesel 3-2-1 reduction.  As is. 883^2364. 1865-21  BEES   Caucasians " from   Wilsons Bee Farm Nauks and  packages  April  delivery.   Ph.*  886-2762. ' 1224-tfn  GREENHOUSE    installed   on  your property. Dome shaped,  60  sq. ft.  of growing  space,  .$220 complete. Call Sunshine  Domes, 886-7158. 1715-tfn  BEACH   electric'[ stove    and  RCA    no-frost    17   Cu.    ft.  fridge,1 both two years old. Ph.  886-7848. 1194-21  FLEETWOOD B-W TV  console.   Working   order,   $35.  Phone  886-2597 after  5  p.m.  1187-20  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  PUBLIC HEARING  AMENDMENT TO  '    ZONING BY-LAW  Pursuant to s.703 of the  Municipal Act, a public hearing will be held at 7:30 pjn.,  Wednesday, April 25th, 1973,  at the Roberts Creek Community HaH, Roberts Creek,-  B.C., to consider By-law 35  (15) - a by-law to amend the  Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning By-law No. 35,  1970. All persons who deem  their interest in property- affected by i the proposed by-law  shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the by-law.  The intent of the by-law is  to permit parcels of no" less  than 18,000"~"square feet in  Electoral Area D (Roberts  Greek) of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District.      s s-  Take"notice that the above  is a synopsis of a by-law that  may be inspected at the Regional District" Office, Davis  Bay, at the times indicated,  namely Monday to Friday, 8:30  a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m.  to 4:00 p.m., and the synopsis  is not intended to be and is.  not deemed to be an interpretation of the by-law.  Sunshine Coast Regional District, Box 800, Sechelt, B.C.  C. VF. Gooding,  Administrator.  9268-pub. April 11 and 18, 1973  A town of lunatics  JEmgr^f Hearts wraps up  :Jttiliioi society^ show?  Recycle this Newspaper!  GARAGE      I  By ALLAN CRANE  TONIGHT, Nicholas and Alexandra  commences a four-day run at the  Twilight Theatre, April 11 to April 14.  Because of its length, this award-winning motion picture will start at 7:30  p.m. '  As this film is booked in the theatre's  regular program, regular adnjission  charges will pertain on the Wednesday  evening,  Next Wednesday, Kwahtahmoss Film  Society concludes its season with its 26th  performance, King of Hearts, a wild  comedy about a town run by lunatics in  which Alan Bates heads an international  ; cast. We are very pleased to be able to  end our season with this highly entertaining motion picture.  The setting for the film is a small  French town during World War I. The  townsfolk abandon the town in terror  when they learn that the fleeing Germans  have planted an enormous bomb there  in the hope of stopping their pursuers.  In their hoste to escape, they forget the  Inmates of the local insane asylum. Sent  to dismantle the bomb, Private'Plumpick  (Alan Bates) is amazed to find the town  populated with a duke and duchess, a  general, a bishop, and various citizenry.  Plumpick is named king of the community and told that he must take Coque-  licot, the toast of the local pleasure  dome, to wife as his queen.  The comedy possibilities are enormous, and they are brilliantly realized in  this fine motion picture, a merry melange  of wit and irony.- The film is in color  and wide-screen format and in an English version. We feel that, this film is n  fitting conclusion to our season-^a thoroughly enjoyable comedy which la not  without Its biting social comment.  Following King of Hoar to in the  Twilight Theatre's regular program is  otia ot the most enduring and bcst-lovcd  pictures of all time, winner of 10 academy awards, Gono With tho Wind to bo  screened Thursday, Friday and Saturday,  April II), 20 and 21. The film has outstanding performances from Lcidio How  ard, Vivian Leigh, Clark Gable and  Olivia de Havilland. Numerous people  will be going to see this film for a second or third time. A friend of mine in  England unblushingly admitted to hav-,  ing gone to see it for the ninth time  recently.  Originally made in 1939. in technicolor, the film has been painstakingly  rephotographed frame by frame from���the  original negative. Its vast Civil War  panoramas remain an impressive memorial to their designer. The film runs  for almost four hours. Hence' it will  commence at 7 p.m.  Sat., April 14  1:00 to 5:00 p.m.  at  GREG GIRARD'S  Opposite Transfer Office  Gibsons  Treasures for the home and  handyman ��� goodies for  everyone.  GIGANTIC CL  ecirance  Au&t in   time tor  Cluster . . .  * FORTMEL PANTS  (some  pastels and whites)  * JEANS  "* CORDS  * SKINNY RBB  SWEATERS  * PANT TOPS  * BLOUSES  * COTTON SHIFTS  GIBSONS ���- 880-9941  ARE ON TAP in the  MlHiiilll���lWHwW^MM*'*���"���''** "Hlil>HI��lplull  t-  \    i  I    \ ''^tS^^^S^i^''''^^  myyyym  :ffiIK^B��&;  :i��  1;;rK:S-'  s  ^ffcBiii^  '���>���;*���  Secretary retires  ?*.-������������-  r  Hospital staffers high  on praise of Mrs. Gray  ��' SECHELT���Mrs. Henrietta Gray, confi-  ;*��� ^dential secretary at St. Mary's Hospital for eight years! was honored at  ~;her recent-retirement by staff members  'of the hospital.  Mrs. Gray was highly thought of by  'her colleagues, because on the day of _  her retirement, Mrs. Jean Stewart made  a survey of each department in the. hospital with the question: "When you think  , of Mrs. Gray what thought comes into  ; your mind?" The answers were so close  ��� together,* said Mrs. Stewart, that it was  -obvious that everyone would miss her.  j,,'    When Mrs. Stewart asked why she  would be missed the answers were var-  vs ied. Following are direct quotes.  '"'���   "She lends such a quiet dignity to  Nthe front office."  ; "She always smiled and said 'Good  ��� morning' to you."  "She never ever said anything bad  about anyone."  "I liked to hear her talk with her  \ Scottish accent."  {, "She was always willing to listen to  - you if you went to her with a problem,  , and 'always gave you good advice."  "She understood your position and  uwas willing to put in a good word for  ���you, if you deserved it."  "It just won't be the same without  her."  "She never lost her cool."  "If you 'really  got  stuck,  she' was  there."  "She was so encouraging when things  were difficult, like during the construction."  "She is the backbone of the hospital."  "- "She had her finger on the' pulse of  \the ^hospital."  "She is the glue that held the place  together."  "She has the most fantastic memory,  Strait talk  ��� by Joan Tractor  IND.  5ION can be a terrific thing.  aally when it comes to gardening and you're wandering 'round  the yard with a newly purchased  cherry tree, trying to decide where  to plant it. I spent a good part of  yesterday afternoon doing just that.  Experts, no doubt, would say you  (.should firsj^draw a.,plan.of"your  . 'existing grounds and decide on paper  1 where each Ifhing would go 'best,  taking into consideration the correct exposure and so on for the various plants.  The burlap-wrapped   roots   and  Jong trunk made the tree just un-  ; wieldy enough that it refused to  [Stand up on its own, so everytime  T wanted to see what it would look  like in a particular spot, I had to  first dig/ a hole. By the end of the  /afternoon I'd dug   about a dozen  holes in which to try our tree. The  .dog thought it was great fun and  figured I was "dog's best friend."  It was togetherness alright! As I  ,dug he'd follow along   filling the  .holes in.  By the time the kids got home  from school the yard looked like  , an ambitious gopher had had a field  day, or I'd been practising my golf  swing.  When I finally chose a place for  the delicately blossomed tree and  , gave it a proper burial, supper time  had arrived leaving me too tired to  whip up a gourmet's delight! So, we  had salad and hot dogs.  Afterwards, saucepan of weiner  water in hand, I whipped outside to  throw the liquid on the ground because it's usually a trifle greasy to  pour down the sink drain.  With great abandon, I tossed it  from the sundeck in the direction of  the woods.  Now how was I supposed to know  my husband was out there at that  precise moment gathering firewood?  The way things now stand in our  household, we "will never again  serve, or even say welnors.  you could ask her about something we  ordered five years ago andjjshe would  tell you where we bought it."  Her knowledge of administration and  accounting is second" to none.  "She has a tremendous memory bank"  "She is a barrel of wisdom."  "She has retained knowledge to a  degree that is almost unbelievable."  "She is so dependable, she. always  has a solution."  "She was fair-minded, quiet and  kind." '  "She has a marvellous sense of humor"  "She "can quote poetry like a poet."  "She is really intelligent."  "It would be wonderful if we could  record what she knew on paper, so that  we could retain the benefit of all that  knowledge." ,, -     ^  "I think these.quotes speak for themselves and,, any further words are unnecessary;" said Mrs. Stewart  Seniors Reno trip  held big success  SECHELT-~Thirty-five members of the  Senior Citizens' Association returned  home from a trip to Reno where they got  into the spirit of a holiday "by letting  their hair down."  Dave Hayward, coordinator' ��f the  event, said of the trip:  "Emery Scott was great with the  colorful stories and his songs and his  accordion kept us happy all the time.  He never appears to tire. Jack Bushell  was busy too. with some special tall tales  that kept us\in stitches.  "Everyone loved the driver, Lloyd  Enwright, who has worked for Adanac  several years. Instead of him entertaining us, we reversed the plan and he  was really happy. Many times during the  .week he-thanked us for being such a  "merry gang. As we were getting close  to Horseshoe Bay he said he' wanted to  make an announcement. He said: 'During.the years of my driving I have never  had a group of people who showed so  much happiness and I want to thank  you one and all for' bringing so much  joy to my life.*  "We all admired him. He studied the  history and geography of the United  States and was always anxious to show  us places of interest. Irene, the lovely  hostess, was very helpful too, with games  . and tender, loving care.  "We all. promised "to make  another  trip next winter."  m^MyyyyMyyyy-  ;>-���.,I;;.7 ,,������/���    <���������.*  ���-.���.j-'i .,����� .-������ ���   ���   -'��� ,*...���. V|   ��� ���;.,���...���;���.'  -���."���/������ '������.-;  ������../,-:<������  ���:/-i  Seniors urge  mor^ facilities  A MEETING of the Sunshine Coast Re-  < gional Council was held at the home  of Mrs.  F.  Olson  at  Silver Sands  on  April 2.1 '  The council consists of two delegates  from the Powell River, Pender Harbour  and Sechelt branches of the association.  In addition to the delegates, there were  three members of the Pender Harbour  branch present as visitors.  It was reported by Mrs. Wood, that  the seniors in Powell River were now  given the privilege of reduced fares on  the municipal buses. The resolutions submitted  by the Sechelt branch for. the  provincial convention in June were read -  and discussed, and' it was agreed that ,  a further letter be sent to the minister of  highways Robert Strachan, with the request that something be done about an  elevator or escalator as well as toilet  facilities on the car deck at the Langdale  ferries. The tight docking of cars on the  ferries; making it difficult for people to  get out their cars, was also to.be brought  to the minister's attention as it was. felt  that this created a hazard in the. case  of an accident.  - The  Powell River branch  secretary  stated' that restroom facilities were on the  car deck on the Westview Comox ferry.  General discussion took place on the  need for boarding homes and rest homes  'on the Peninsula for senior citizens, and  the organization of new branches. The  council's delegate" to the Howe Sound  regional council in May and the annual  meeting of all the regional' councils in  the province immediately prior to  the  provincial convention in June .was appointed: this to be Mrs. F. Olson, Pender  "Harbour Branch 80.  It was also agreed to invite Mrs. Laura  McWiUiams, the provincial president to  be present at the regional council's meeting in December, which it was planned  to hold in Sechelt.  The next meeting, at the invitation  of the Powell River branch, will take  place at the Marine Inn, Westview, on  Sept. 10. It will be a'luncheon meeting.  NEW  Pfnwheel Crystal  items  at  Miss  Bee's, Sechelt.  WILMA SIM, left, newly^appointed  worthy matron of the Mt. Elphinstone cbapter, Order of the Eastern  Star, receives the Melva jewel from  retiring worthy matron Ruth Harri  son. The jewel was donated to the  Mt. Elphinstone Chapter on its formation 24 years ago, and is worn by  the incumbent worthy matron.  Daughter presents roses .. ���  Mrs. Wilma Sim installed  as Star's worthy matron  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 140 Sechell  May Fiesta set May 5  in Gibsons Legion  GIBSONS���May Fiesta, smorgasbord and  dance will be held May,5 at Gibsons  Legion Hall.  Sponsored by Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary, the affair helps to raise funds  for the auxiliary. Tickets for the event  are $6 and anyone wishing to purchase  some  should  call  886-2600  or  886-2540.  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade  fashion show tomorrow  GIBSONS���Sea Cavalcade's spring fashion show will be held April 12 (Thursday) at Gibsons Elementary School,  starting at 8 p.m.  At  intermission,  the  prize presentations for the poster contest will be held.  Tickets  for  the event  are  available  from Mrs. Joyce Suveges,  886-7264,  STEDMAN3 STAFF HOLDING  WOMEN'S LIB MEETING  It is believed that the staff at Sted-  mans are holding women's lib meetings.  One reporter confronted Neil Campbell  (owner) - Campbell had no-comment. The  staff at Stedmons refused an interview at  this time. Speculation is that there are big  changes coming at the Stedmons store.  ROBERTS Creek���Mrs. Wilma Sim was  installed, as worthy matron and Bert  Sim as worthy patron at the Mt. Elphinstone Chapter 65 Order of the Eastern  Star, April 5. " s"' .. 0,  A bbuque>:of>?:ros.es from her family,  was presented to the worthy matron by  her daughter, Mrs. Kathy Dunn, The  gavel was presented by her husband.^;.  Other, presentations were made by  Mrs. Ruth. Harrison, junior past.matron  who presented her melva jewel to Mrs.  Sim while "she presented a past matron's  jewel to Mrs. Harrison. John Harrison  was presented his jewel by his wife.  Large roses, the, flower chosen by ,  Mrs. Sim for her ensuing year, decorated  -the Masonic hall banquet room and  graced the attractive table centerpieces.  A large star cake made and decorated by  Caroline Keeley in honor of the occasion  added to the decor. ���  The soloist, Mrs. Edna Jurer, past  matron, sang "Star of the East."  The core of officers installed for the  year, with' Mr. and Mrs. Sim were: Mr.  and Mrs. Stan Trueman as associate  matron and associate patron; Mesdames  Nancy Douglas, Emily Quigley, Margaret  Houko, Mary Steele, Morjorie Buckley,  Agnes Skidmore, Valdine Mlchaud, Dorothy Parson, Lila Head, Muriel Eggins,  Mary Gordon and Betty Brown.  Harry Mylroie will be installed at a  later date.  Installing officer for the evening was  Mrs. Margaret Swan, past matron and  grand representative of South Dakota.  She was assisted by Mrs. Lila Head,  Mrs. Catherine Franske, past matron,  Mrs. Zoe Eodcs, past matron, Mrs. Bessie Shaw, past matron, Mrs. Bea Rankin, past matron, and Jack Fisher.  Guests were greeted by retiring wor  thy matron Ruth Harrison, Mrs. Florence  Struthers,. past grand matron and Mrs.  Ruby Fletcher, ;past grand matron.  v: Out-of-own guests were: Mrs. Dora  ,��$onierfv p.m. and grand .representative  frpm North Carolina; Mrs., Carolyn Burg,  'secretary,. Mrs. Ruth; Mcintosh, p.m.,  Mrs. Aune Harding, p.m. and O. Beach-  man, worthy patron, all of Powell River.  Mrs. Kathy Dunn of Vancouver, Mrs.  Betty McKenzie of North Vancouver and  Mrs. Bernice Lawson of Pender Harbour  also attended.  The new worthy matron has activities  well under way for the planned summer  tea to be held in July and the fall bazaar  for November.  er cdUance  Saturday, April 21  Open 8:00 p.m.  Dancing 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.  Music by  Sound of Chinook;  $3.00 per person ��� Refreshments  Tickets available:  Sechelt Chain Saw Centre  Fred Jorgensonfe  Legion CIubrooms  Use 'Times' Adbriels to Sell Rent Buy, Swap, etc.  r  UK I llAllE  MONEY  ��� i.  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The patients really appreciate The Times in the hospital,  she says. She overheard several of  them talking about your weekly gift,  Morgan. For the uninitiated, Morgan  buys copies of The Times each week  and sends them to the patients with  his compliments.  i Still on^the appreciation circuit,  Wilson Creek Community Association members would like to say  "thankyew" to Bob Dodyk of Superior Paving, Gibsons, "for the very  generous donation of blacktopping  for the, tennis court."  St. Mary's Hospital Society's  membership meeting will be held  April 16, not the 12th as reported  in The Times last week. Everybody  can attend if they buy a $2 membership first. '  If any of The Times staffers go  , to Toronto they can get a free ride  on the subway. Gibsons office gal,  Sylvia Maclean, in counting the receipts from the ferry box papers,  came across a subway token "just  about the size of a dime."  Oarlene Peterson of Gibsons  wants to start a Teen TOPS club.  This would include teens and pre-  teens, she said. If you're interested,  phone 886-7025 or 886-7235..  Bart Duteau of Gibsons Kinsmen  Club tells us that the annual blood  donors clinic will be held Thursday,  May 3 at the health centre from 3  to 4:30 and 6 to 7:30 p.m.  At least 100 donors are needed,  says Bart.  There are lots of naturalists on  the Sunshine Coast and Mrs. Madge  Bell, 885-9401, and Mrs. Lola Caldwell, West Sechelt, 885-9415, would  like to find some and hopefully form  a club here.  There are over 20 naturalists  clubs in B.C. and some have been  in existence since around the turn  of the ceuntry. What is a- naturalist  club? Just a means of bringing people together to learn more of the  natural world and to enjoy it more  ; fully. Hiking is the main activity but  walks, car trips and club visits are  popular.  Mrs. Bell tells us that tiiere are  several persons on the Sunshine  Coast who belong to the Vancouver  chapter because there isn't one here.  What more natural, place for a nat-  :uralists., clubf..,   ��� v   .; C ^ 2 .*  Sechelt's Sunshine Coast Lions  have tossed out a challenge to teenagers.  The Lions are presently clearing  Hackett Park and they don't think  that teenagers could do more work  than they. Actually, Neil Campbell,  chairman of the committee, better be  careful because on Sunday, teenagers already outnumbered the Lions  in clearing the park. Martin and  Trevor Swan, David N e u m a n,  Wayne Campbell and Duane Anderson, all teenagers, outnumbered  Lions last Sunday. Lions showing up  for work were Wes Klaus, Jim  Ridgowell, Brian Has loft and Neil  Campbell. That makes five to four.  Neil says that he hopes the park  will be cleared up enough by April  22 to hold an Easter egg hunt.  Seriously, the Lions have already  put in about 250 to 300 man hours  clearing the park which is a roarinff  effort.  Did you hear about the fellow  that is raising Shetland 'punies'? I  said, you mean ponies, don't you?  He replied, 'No, man. These are  really small.'  On Vancouver Island the Parks Branch  has built or Improved 20 mtleg of trail on  the Forbidden Plateau. Two loop sections  to Lake Helen Mackenzie and to Mount  Albert Edward (6,008 feet) and Castlecrag  Mountain (5,700 foot) are Included.  A UNIQUE multi-channel recorder  working in conjunction with a king  gas analyzer measuring breaming  capacity and used to help emphy-  zema and chronic bronchitis patients  is the latest gift to UBC\ from the  Tuberculous and Chest ^Disabled  Veterans' Association. Funds for the  $8,000 unit were raised through the  TB Vet annual mini auto licence tag  campaign. Viewing the device are  (from left) TB Vet general manager  John Griffiths, Dr. James Morton  of UBC and "patient" Louann Patterson.  Hometown paper entry  tori  says  By ZILLAH WOODWARD. Sechelt  THE  PENINSULA  Times    is   a  good  community; paper. There,are the,dis-  agreements of $Bteas,; but there are^values  :.that come Gilt 6i: 1k$It brings action to  "what Is right. It 'tells*of the progress of  the community. It also shows the unity  of the community, and how each group  works   together for the   betterment  of  the community.  It reveals to a stranger if it is a  healthy place to live and he can assess  the. values. It shows how people are  ready to help each other in times of  trouble and rejoice with them in times  of gladness. It shows the standards on  which  people  live.  The advertisements bring in business  to the community and helps to build it  up. It helps you to know if your cjjollar  can stretch or if it has shrunk. ^The  write-ups of the doings of the municipal  hall gives you a good knowledge on who  to vote for when it comes to voting  time. The paper is the life of the community. It may be a progressing life or  a sick life and may need a shot to Hven  it up. The paper helps you to decide on  many  things.   You  can  have your say  "by writing to the 'editor.  -.���' It can bring out the community spirit.  or it may bring out the fighting spirit  It depends: pn-What the case- may* bS.  The? hometown' 'paper1' ;isi: '-lfk_ 'a' _rf-'ri_.  It is pleasant, but not always -agreeable. It can be accepted or rejected depending on one's mood. It may be snappy,  even witty but there is sadness also.  The paper grows as the community  grows or you may say the community  grows as the paper grows."  . You can look in the paper and find  many answers to the questions that you  have on your mind.  By reading the paper yon can find  the feelings of the community. Sometimes  you can find a lot by reading between  the lines.  Bloke C. Aldenon D.C.  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Sec/iei. News Notes
:I_ANGDALE elementary boys volley'
ball team, this side of net, came out
tops in e district tournament staged
at Elphlnstone high school Friday,   play. Gibsons went on to take third
Here, they try to catch Gibsons ele-   place in the tourney,
mentary off guard with some fancy
i^iPS NEW Legion Hall in gechelt was
just ahopping, March 30. The occasion was the'party tor staff of St. Mary's
Hospital. There must have' been close to
200-staff, board members and auxiliary
workers joined together for a great evenings, entertainment.
Brian Young, R.N., was responsible
for a lQt of the work of arranging the
evening. Th^ invitations were all hand
done beautifully by him. Lillian Peters
worked with Brian especially with the
decorations, all done with driftwood and
daffodils with a netful of balloons hanging over the dance floor. Mrs. Dorothy
Goeson was the third member of this
trio of workers. >
The music makers was Tom Powell
Trio. Lee Brown and -lob Sommerfield
are included. Catering to the smorgasbord were the Legion Ladies who provided a sumptioufl feast.
Mrs. A. Greene of Halfmoon Bay as
well as the board, both made a donation
to the staff for this party which enabled
them to keep the price reasonable.
'" Honor was justly paid to Mrs. Henrietta Gray, who on this day ended her
service with the hospital, Mr. Bragg es-
corted Mrs. Gray up to the bandstand,
looking gorgeous in her long blue evening
.'gown, where Brian Young -introduced
Mrs. Charlotte Raines, past president of
... the auxiliaries co-ordinating council. Mrs.
Raines presented Mrs. Gray with an
auxiliary spoon. The spoon is only given
to very deserving persons and Mrs.
Gray is indeed that. This efficient lady
will be greatly missed from her post in
the hospital.
Another celebration .going on this
same evening, same place, was Roger
Weisenborn's 22nd birthday. He came
from Edmonton to visit his sister Beverly '
who is on staff. A cake and all its trimmings were provided to help Roger usher
in another year.
iThe next evening was the board of
tnisteps to St. Mary's Hospital annual
dinner held at Casa Martinez. This was
combined with a retirement party for
Mrs. Henrietta Gray. Here she was presented with a gold watch and chain engraved. Mrs. Gray's daughter, Mrs. Ruth
; Gardiner,: from Vancouver, was present;
r to: see her mother honored. :.
The hospital staff presented Mrs. Gray
with six ainsley cups and saucers' to
match her dinner set
'. Mr. and "Mrs. Orv. Moscrip have returned from a visit to Puerto Vallarta,
Mexico. They liked the Mexican people
finding them very friendly. They could
not understand why old Montezuma had
to take his revenge out on Orv.
Tom and Gladys Parrish were up to
Lac la Hache for the 25th wedding anniversary of Joe and Hilda Archer. Joe
is a former resident of the old Orchard
where he lived as a boy. Mrs. Tom Parrish has her niece, Sharon Clark, from
Brthddn' U\d_lg with' ;her. M_ss <Jlark
loves: lit■ 'Hefe . fetid* !h0fte£ to'"find employment and- stay here.
; Gr'ah;d representative, Mrs. Dora
Stonier from North Carolina stayed at
the Big Maple in Wilson Creek when,
she came lip for the installation of Mrs.
Wilma Sim as worthy matron of Mt. Elphinstone Chapter 65 of the Order of
Eastern Star.    :
The same occasion brought Mrs. Betty McKenzie from North Vancouver to
stay with her friend, Mrs. Muriel Eggins,
Wilson Creek.
Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
;G. Newsham of Wilson Creek. Daughter
Georgina and Del Saegar of Surrey had
J a ghi born^ on April 1, 8 lbs 10 dunces.
She is named Jaqueline Theresa. A sister
_   _ --- —*y Peggy Commw /
for Stephanie. '
. Needed on Monday, April 16 St.
Mary's Hospital Society member, new
and old to turn but for the annual
meeting. Saturday, April 14 yes.
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CAUGHT (SY our camera in mid-
lob, this Sechelt dementary volleyball player shows the opposittlon how
the game should be played during a
district boys tounwiment ot Elphlnstone High School Friday. Photo by
Al Rogers.
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\ ■ \ ■ )  \    _/_  )-  ' <  Wednesday, April 11, 1973        The Peninsula Times  **��  WILSON CREEK  COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION   .  Wishes to thank Bob' Dodyk of SUPERIOR PAVING tor  the very generous donation ot the blacktopping tor the  Tennis Court   Recreation Area at Davis Bay, due tor  completion March 31st, 1974.  TIME FOR SPRING PLANTING  FRUIT TREES: Apples, Cherries,  Italian Prune, Pears,  and Peaches.  FLOWERING TREES: Almond, Crub,"  Cherry, Plum.  SMALL FRUITS: Blackberries.  Gooseberries, Raspberries.  FLOWERING SHRUBS:  Forsythia, Lilac, Spirea,  Hydangia, etc.  JUST PRIOR to calling the meeting from left, second row: Sheri Spence,  to order, studetft council of Sechelt Garry Benner, Kevin August, Mike  Elementary School posed for Ifoevt   English, Brad Rodway, Sandra Jor  photograph. Students   seated from  left are: Karin Paetkau, treasurer;  Tom   Saunders,-   president;    Mick.  Spence, vice   president   and   Bev  Jackson, secretary. Members Of the   and Margot Wilson.  various grades and   divisions   are  gensen, Sabine Robinson, Janet  Clayton. Back row from left are:  Mark Rowland, Darren Joe, Herbie  Ono, Kitty Visser, Barbara Gibson  In truck and camper  Four-month tour of Mexico  covers 8,000 miles oi sun  By MARY T1NKLEY  HALFMOON BAY���Mexico is one place  from which travellers have returned  this year with no complaints about the  weather. They, nearly all report wue  skies and plenty of sunshine.  Sporting real Mexican tans are Bill  and Evelyn Pallant who have returned  after an 8,000 mile trip in their truck  and camp$r,xa tour which took them four  months:'"'' " *'���'';        ' "~" . ' '  (: On the way.south, they visited friends  in' Washington' and Santa Monica, with a  stpp at Shields' date farm in Indio where  they saw a film on the love . life of the  date palm. These palms which now play  such an important part in the Californian  economy, were originally imported and  need special care. They have their roots  in water, their tops protected with paper  "hats" and they are hand-pollinated. The  Pallants toured the grading and packing  plants before proceeding by Pqlm Springs  to Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon, a  truly beautiful area with its red cliffs,  one of which, Bell Rock, provides the  background for many a western movie.  They made a stop at Phoenix and entered Mexico at Nogales.  Through Mexico, they travelled in  a leisurely fashion, covering sometimes  only 50 miles in ai day, Ytaking side trips  when the.roads permitted and visiting  the villages in preference to the cities.  They had many opportunities of seeing  how the Mexicans lived and would spend  considerable time talking to them. For  this Bill had a surprising talent, despite  the fact that he had a very United knowledge  of Spanish.  MEXICANS FRIENDLY  They found the Mexicans a warm and  friendly people and amazingly clean in  spite of the poor conditions in which  many of them live. In the villages their  washing is still done in a stream or lake,  the clothes being scrubbed on the rocks  and hung to dry on bushes, tufts of  grass or over rocks. Topolobampo, a fishing village near Los Mochis on the west  coast, was the only place where they  found the Mexicans cool to the gringo.  This was a company town with a shrimp  cannery and since there was no trailer  park, American tourists had parked on  the flats which had resulted in some resentment.  In their (travels, the Pallants came  across many EJido villages, government  communes, where the villagers v/ejee employed by the government. Their wages  wefre small and they lived in abode  shades, but modern machinery was available to tho communes and groat strides  had been made agriculturally. The staple  food of tho Mexican Indios is corn, which  Maria del Oro, an inland crater lake  ringed by mountains* Further south, they  made an overnight stop at San Bias on  the coast near Tepic. This is not a pq-  . pular place with tourists, being notorious  for the jejene, a tiny sand fly with, a  big bite. A month later they were still  scratching the bites which had developed  info water blisters on their legs, ankles  and feet They were recommended to  apply tequila and lemon which did relieve the itch to some extent, but .they  found the same medicine taken internally  at regular intervals -helped them to endure the discomfort. There were coconut  palms here and they enjoyed drinking  the milk with the straws thorough a hole  punctured  in the  shelL  HOLIDAYS WITH FRIENDS  The Christmas and New Year holidays  ���they celebrated with American friends  at La Penita, 45 miles from Puerta Vallarta. The weather here was hot and  humid and they spent their .time in bathing suits, swimming, relaxing and enjoying the magnificent sunsets. Their feet  were still so swollen with bites that they  were unable to join in the dancing at the  various festivities, but they enjoyed  watching the Mexicans dance. There were  banana and, tobacco plantations here and  brick making was ah important industry,  through here, as in many other seaside  towns, tourism is increasing yearly. The  Mexicans of La Penita live in straw huts  called palapas, and chickens, dogs and  pigs roam everywhere.  Puerta Vallarta, say the Pallants, is  a very beautiful town with cobbled  streets, Spanish style motels and hotels  and beautiful homes on the hillside, including one recently sold to Richard  Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. Eight miles  farther south, along an unpaved road,  they came upon the picturesque Mes-  moyoya Beach where "The Night of the  Iguana" was filmed and where some of  the houses built for the film still stand.  They travelled through lava beds to arrive at Ixtlan del Rio where they stopped at a glass-blowing factory to watch  hanging lamps made from Btart to finish.  TOURED DISTILLERY  As they drove to Tequila, there were  crops of maguey growing on either aide  of the road and it is from the juice ot  this cactus-like plant that Mexico's national drink is made. They considered tho  smell of Sauza's distillery at Tequila  much more agreeable than the smell of  a brewery. They crossed the mountains  to Bora do Navidad on Melaquo Bay. At  nearby San Patricia they found themselves sweltering In a temperature of 102  degrees, but it was o pleasant spot, they  to Guadalajara through flat fertile country by way of Manzanilla, Colima and  Cuidad Guzman. /  Guadalajara, say the Pallants, must  be one of the worst cities to get around  in with a camper, with its circles, traffic congestion and the somewhat erratic  driving of some Mexican motorists.' But  with its 6,000 foot elevation the climate  was more pleasant than the humid weather of the coast and their stay with a  Mexican family on the outskirts of the  city is an experience they will never forget. In the early morning they would  be awakened by the clang of church  bells and soon the milk wagon would be  going by with the milkman calling  "Leche",/While the women came out" with  little jugs to be filled from the big milk  cans. Next came the garbage truck,  heralded by a cowbell, and by this time  the women had swept the sidewalks in  front of their cases and their half of the  road. Then with.the cry of "Agua", came  the water man with his truck laden with  bottled water. The Pallants spent some  time at the famous liberty market  where one can buy almost \ everything  under the sun.   ... .  it a pleasant town, they had an experience with the official who examined  their visas which did not impress them  favorably. They had not made a careful  examination of their visas when they  received them and by mistake they had  been dated for exit a month earlier than  they should have been. Now, they were  told, they were' in mucho trouble and  it cost them $30 to get the' way cleared  for their exit.'  ' On their way north, the. Pallants called in for a visit at the San Diego Zoo and  Marineland. They toured the CBS studio  in Los Angeles and saw the filming of  one episode of "All in the Family." At  Pismo Beach they dug clams after obtaining a $2 licence, good for three days. The  clams had to be at least 4% inches across.  In Washington they were stopped by the  highway patrol for having expired licence  plates and since Bill was all prepared to  go to jail rather than pay a fine, Evelyn'  had visions of sitting out bis sentence  in the camper with daily visits to the  jail. However, they were let off with a  warning ticket and were soon on their  way home. '  It was a wonderful trip they say, with  many interesting experiences, but back  in their cozy home in Halfmoon Bay  they say there's no place like home-  particularly when it's Halfmoon Bay.  ALSO: Evergreens, Camelias,  Rhododendrons, P_n��iet, etc.  Fertilizer . Peat Mow - Grass Seed  Creekside Greenhouses  Wl R.R. 1, Reed Road Gibsons  ��� 886-2421  ���MMMMmtfWWMV-lftMtoMMMMIMflfMIMilll^  HIGHLIGHT  One of the highlights of their trip was  meeting Mary Tinkley arid her stepson,.  Charles, in the village of San Antonio on,. t    Lake Chapala. Charles Tinkley, a,uom_.ai    _^iilJ,. - ._    ..   .   ... .    ��� ,  ' met cook, s-rved a dinner of the mostol wti tte first things a boy learns  delicious rare roast beef and Yorkshire! if^.ne gets a new drum for Christmas-  pudding, something of an accomplish- he W1 never *& another one!  ment in Mexico where the beef is not;  famous for its quality or tenderness.;  Their trailer park,. La Floresta, in the  neighboring village of Ajijic, was the  cleanest and most beautiful of any they  came across. It had a recreation room,  shower and laundry facilities and delightful pool surrounded by many tropical  flowers.  They headed back to Mazatlan where  they spent a month enjoying the lovely  beaches, the warm, sunny weather and  freedom from bugs, but they found it  a poor place for shopping after the wonderful market at Guadalajara. They left  Mexico by Mexicali and' while they found  from STEREOS to  COLOR TELEVISIONS  All Makes and Models  n .i,     V    -,    <      t    * ��';SjH'<  -,!'..-<   ������ ,^<  U-DRIVE  TRUCKS  SUNSHINE RENTALS  886-2848 886-2848  or 885-2151 eves.  CALL: CHUCK STEPHENS  Our Qualified Service Technician  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK ..  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  Cowrie St., Sechelt - Phone 885-2171  can  be seen growing everywhere,  but.   8nv' except for the heat and flies. For  there are numerous kinds of vegetables  In great variety, grown through Mexico.  Some of them the Pallants had never  even heard of, but they gave them all  a try.  OLD COMMUNITY  They spent a day at Alamos, ono of  the oldest towns in North America, with  a history dating back to 1530, and which,  until 50 years ago wan a rich mining  town. It is situated cant of Navojoa, 34  miles off tho highway and approached  by a rugged road in very poor condition. It Is the homo of the jumping bean  ���or worm nut. There are no modern  buildings, but many Americans nnd Canadians are buying tho old Spanish stylo  houses and renbvatlng them. There ore  stringent regulations Imposed to retain  the Spanish atmosphere of tho town And  though houses many bo improved and  modernized Inside, their outward appearance must be preserved,and no new  houses are allowed to 1ms built. Above  the town, on ft hillside, in the old jail,  where ono can see glimpses of flowered  patios Inside tho old clospd doors. >  Hhoy spent a few days    by (Santa  five pesos (40 cents) they were able to  buy a whole stalk of bananas, which  overcrowded their camper all the way  _pa���  ONI TEAR  IN, SECHEET  APRIL 14fh  Thanks for your  continued patronage.  GEORGE  WE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 2  A.M. THREE DAYS A WEEK���  FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY  STARTING THIS WEEKEND.  Y|ag�� Restaurant  Socholf/fl-5-9011  n  ______  SECHELT  _U  ��Jyw��M-_-W��i| iiiiu.MiWimMI|W-I->  ������'���  h  \    '  sir {:���>  \     :'.'l-.-  /..   Y "VT  :  I K'       '" s  0.  I N  -    -    -  r"--1  />  M  -'        \  -,    I  Sec/ielt judge attends  provincial conference  SBCHELT-^Provinclal >  court   Judge  Charles Mittelsteadt recently attended  a conference  of provincial   judges at  Haney Correctional Centre.,  Judges were told about Haney Correctional Centre and its program and  toured various sections of the facility.  Tours included houses, vocational shops,  gymnasium, academic area and, arts and  crafts centre.  \ On the two-day conference the judges  toured the Stave Lake facility. They  lunched there, and returned to Haney by  the, Pine Ridge Camp. .  The conference was one of a series  held throughout British Columbia.  Land constitutes slightly more than 29  per cent of the total surface of the earth,  while water covers, roughly 71 per cent,  notes a Twentieth Century Fund report..  the recereation centre building can be used for  ice skating, hockey, tollerskating, wrestling, basketball, badminton, live theatre, concerts, receptions, dances, carnivals, agricultral fairs, flower  and garden shows, wine and cheese parties, special  event parties ��� etc. etc. etc.  DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS  present  An Evening of One-Acl Plays  ELPHINSTONE HIGH SCHOOL  SATURDAY, APRIL 14 - 8 p.m.  Admission  $1.25  Students &  O.A.P. 75c  wll  * Imports Ltd. *  Now Open in Sechelt  across from Post Offlco  Records & tapes  at City Prices  POSTERS ir BLACK LIGHTS  885-2622        '  NEW HOMELITE  XL2 CHAIN SAW  MAKES CUTTING  TWICE-AS-EASY  ��� The twice ^seasy chain saw with Twin Trigger"  Dual Control System  0 Lightweight, perfectly balanced, only 7(1 lbs.  loss bar and chain  m Powerful Homellte��        .  Heml-Head Engine j  m Automatic Chain Oiler,  standard equipment *  li Quiet Softone1M Muffler      ' &ufM_t��_7ut��liT(i-��  TM Trademark ot Momalila, ��� divldon of T-xtron Inc.  SECHELT '  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  1  886-8828  HOMELITE  ./ 1  ' y  - /  Pag* 10  ���The Peninsula Timw,  Wednesday, April 11, 1973  l     /.  GRANTHAM'S LANDING IMPROVEMENT DISf ICT  Annual General Meeting  Saturday, April 21 - 8 p.m.  COMMUNITY HALL  ���*8r_# ��.-___  IMPROVEMENT was made in stand-   showed a unit which was unwork-  pipe at Snodgrass Road in Selma   able because it had a rook jammed  Park. Times (reporter   i_l Rogerte   in it and the valve was ta-ried in the  Ipoks over the standpipe which was ���������'���ground.  replaced after TPhe Times last week ���'-,/'���     ,. - \    ., -. .  p ���_,   ���!   ��� t.   i.������������ __________ -r������ :������ . ��� ���      -* ; ������ :       ~���  Halfmodn Bay Happenings  NEXT Saturday will l>e the last social  everting of the season at the Welcome  Beach Hall at 7:30 p.m. There will be a  skit, but the mam part of the evening  will be a "do-as-you-please" program, so  please bring your own cards,-scrabble,  chess, ect. Everybody is welcpme.. Admission 50 cents- including refreshments.  On Easter Saturday, April 21, there  will be an Easter egg hunt at the Welcome  Beach Hall at 11 a.m., organized by the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission.  Prizes will be awarded for the best decorated Easter eggs and refreshments will be  served. Al children of Halfmoon Bay up  to and including Nor*West Bay and Secret  Cove are cordially invited.  Last Thursday's film show at the Welcome Beach Hall offered a program .of  four very fine films about a beautiful  and interesting country - Italy. .The, films'  loaned by the Italian Government Travel  Office, included studies of .the Italian  Alps where there is skiing even on'the  hottest days of summer and.the fantastic  forms and peaks of the Dolomites, part of  Alps of Southern Tyrol which are formed  of magnesian limestone. The highest peak  in the .Dolomites is Marmolata at 11,024  feet.  One film showed' the beauty of 34  mile long Lake Garda at the northern  edge of the Plain of Lombardy, the Lacus  Benacus of Virgil. The natural beauty of  this lake has been 'perpetuated in the  poetry of Virgil, Catallus and Dante. And  -through!the program, there were reminders of the ancient history of Italy which  elates back to 900 B.C. when the Etruscans, arriving from Asia, colonized Italy.  "Blue and Green" pictured the varied  attractions of Sardinia which has been  in the possession of the Romans, the Vandals, the Goths, the Saracens and the  Austrains who exchanged it for Sicily.  Fritz Leuchte, in announcing that this  was the 11th and last show of the winter  , program, expressed thanks to all who had  helped make It possible, to Keith Comyn  and BUI Fraser who had kept the wheels  of the projector turning, to Mrs. Leuchte  for her encouragement and help In organizing the programs, to Mary Tinkley and  the Peninsula Times for such generous  publicity ond to the gremlins who so  faithfully prepared the hall for each  show. In reply, Alex Ellis, president of  the Welcome Beach Community Association, thanked Mr. Leuchte on behalf of  ���_by Mary Tinkley  the members for giving them so much  pleasure and interest through the winter  months.  - Welcome Beach Community Association held a successful plant sale at the  Welcome Beach Hall last Saturday when  customers came from far and near to buy  bargains in plants ranging from snowdrops to lilac bushes. Mrs. Janet Allen,  the convenor, thanks all those who supported the sale with such generous donations. '  The first message of a humming bird  in the area came to your correspondent  in a telephone call from Rob Zuidema on  April 2, advising that there was a Rufous  in his garden. This must be a popular  garden with the humming birds for last  year the first appearance was reported  by. Sandra Jorgensen, then living in the ���  hpiise wWph the Zvn^emas j now. own.  ��here are invariably reports"; thiat" West  Sechelt is visited by htunming birds earlier than they are ever seen in our area.  Mrs. Frank' Carson of West Sechelt reports that she has been feeding a pair  throughout the winter months. Perhaps  they lost the last goose going south!  New resident of Redrooffs is Donald  Earl, a young man of 27 from Vancouver  who is boarding with Mrs. Dorothy  Greene. Mrs. Ruby Warne and Ed Edmunds were recehtly in Vancouver and on  their way home paid a visit to Mr. Edmunds' daughter, Marion Foley and her  family who have just moved into their  lovely new home in Squamish. A busy  hostess last week was Mrs. Alex Ellis  who had as guests her mother, Mrs.  Louise Bardahl of Calgary and her sister  and brother-in-law, Lilian and Richard  Birk of Seattle who have been spending  their vacation working on their new home  on Southwood Road.  a  >enin  f  _3c  oon...  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Box 24 GARDEN BAY        803-2671  or 434-9158 |  1A  **  ������  ��_ !<&&���  w^y&?.  ;y^.<:i}:-;~:^':  Madeira Park Happenirtgs  ON THURSDAY, the grade seven class  had ja physical education class at Lord  Jim's Lodge. We played water volleyball  had swimming races .and -some people  were taught how to swim. The class  would like to thank. Mrs^W. Thompson,  , Mrs. Merkel, Mrs; Christian and Mr.  Wishlove for their'help and the staff of  Lord. Jim's for being so helpful. Mrs.  Thompson and Mr. Wishlove swam with  the students and had more fun than  everybody there. We are planning another  ' field trip to Vancouver in early May.  . ��� With the sunny weather the field has  dried-and the Softball teams are having  practice. Mrs. Knutson and Mrs. Phillips  are working hard with the senior girls'  team. Terry Barseloux is captain of the  ��� by Ernie Kingston  cheer leaders and they will be going to  _ team games this year.  Last Friday we had an assembly at  school and saw two interesting films. The ,  students   learned    something   different  about Saskatchewan from, the .films. -  _ Miss- Hewgill reports that the Pender  Harbour variety night, scheduled i6r  Friday, April 13, has been postponed until  Wednesday, May 9. The starting time will  be at 7:30 p.m. The variety night will  be held at the high' school.  HAVE a look at the "Gourmet 8" cook  book when next in Miss Bee's shop,  Sechelt; other interesting cook books also  available.  IMMMMM_WMmMMMMMllliMMIIMM!WMIM4l^  SHOES FOR ALL  Colorful Now Spring Style*  CLOGS - SANDALS -  ASSORTED CANVAS  tor Men, Women and Children  LARGE VARIETY OF SCHOOL SHOES  "WE AIM TO PLEASE"  Wigard's Shoe Store  SEC  SECHELT    885-9345  THE CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF SECHELT  BY-LAW No. 118  A By-law to authorize a submission to the owners of land within  Municipol boundaries of the Corporation of the Village of Sechelt on  the question of participation in the function of "Construction, Operation and Maintenance of a Recreotion Centre, including an Ice Arena".  ?��. ��-   l-Y  '>>'��� Kt'Jf'Vi-'.'-'V* W^WiiWWV -* " ' *"  ,���>*;:'  NOTICE  Toke notice that the above is o true copy of the by-law authorizing thd submission of the question therein set forth for the opinion of  the owner-electors of the Village of Sechelt and upon which question  the vote of owner-electors of the Village of Sechelt will be taken at  the Old Legion Hall, Mermaid Street, Sechelt, B.C. on Saturday, April  14th, 1973, between the hours of eight o'clock in the forenoon and  eight o'clock in the afternoon.  Further, that an advance poll will be held on Thursday, April 12,  1973, from nine o'clock in the forenoon to five o'clock in the afternoon, for those who expect to be absent on the regular polling day and  sign the declaration provided;  And that Mrs. Joan Korgen has been appointed Returning Officer  for the purpose of taking and recording the vote of the owner-electors.  Dated ot Sechelt, B.C. this 20th day of March, 1973.  NEIL SUTHERLAND,  \ s, Municipal Clerk.  SIS  ^''^'������^������i-  IlllliSv^  -; *"���  V^V>/v"  if:'/'���-���/���'���  yyyyy-':!���: y-  v.\-  C;f��  WK:}^w^y?y  ,'",:��� .���;'-V'Jr"'  y^  y^y^yy  Illll���ii'll:ife  ���>:'.������  ywyy^yy-  -'::'���'��� ������'���.--:.:���*:' "'���:���,��� ���������y:'m  -<  GiBsons firm fined  for creek pollution  GIBSONS���Gib,oiis\  Building    Supplies  was  fined  $10gy at  provincial  court  April 3- when the firm  admitted polluting Chaster Creek..  Court was told that a settling pond  used by the firm malfunctioned and silt  from a sand washing plant was carried  into the creek.   ,  - Johnny Joe Phare received a'$25 fine  for breach of probation. The charge arose  last week; when' Phare admitted being  in possession of liquor While a minor.  - ' Robert Bredefeld of Sjechelt was fined  $35 for speeding.  DIVORCE  $50 DOWN ��� ONLY $23/mo.  (Includes tho service of your lawyer)  ASTON CREDIT  CORPORATION  211 Rogers Bids*  470 Granville, Vancouver  687.2835  Open Sot. for'your convenience.  ' ;  ���l^-:-Y~^..^r^,'-'^ r  The: Peninsula7 Times Pago 11  Wednesday,, April 11. 1973       s ���   r '     ���         ���IIIIIIII  LORD JIM'S  LODGE  , Take your family out  for Lunch or Dinner.  Heated Pool and Saunas  available at extra charge  WEDDING RECEPTIONS,  STAFF PARTIES/ETC.  For Reservations  Phono 385-2232  \ \  leamex  New Su  Rug Cleaning  Dries in Vs hour.  Ideal tor shag carpets.  JOHNSON'S  RUG CLEANING  885-9715 after 4 p.m.  DISPLAYING the portable radio she   Sale Draw last week is Sharon Web-  won in KenVLucky Dollar Birthday   ber of Gibsons.  At his own expense , > .  Road access up to owner,  GIBSONS���Village council revealed April  3 that it is not obliged to provide  access to property in the ^municipality*  even although a road allowance has been  made. .. ���-.  -  In dealing with a request from El  Hauka for an extension from Shaw Hoad  to his property;'which, he planned -"id  develop, Clerk-trefasurer' D_vid; JoKhsto^  explained that any landowner could request council to open up their property  if there was a roald allowance/"but it  depends if we have the funds t6 spend."  ��� Noting that the area was just husband that coucil did hot intend to develop  the area at present, Mayor Wally Peterson said:  "If someone starts to develop the area,  they are required to put the roads in."  Council agreed to notify Hauka that  he would have to provide access at his  own expense;  Aid. Winston Robinson asked if his  road would have to be up to the standard  of Shaw Road.  Highways department policy, he noted,  was to insist access roads were built to  the same standard as the nearby highway.  Johnston said access roads within the  municipality did not hav_ to conform to  standard.  He noted that now, developers were  required to provide access tjo their subdivisions, but in Hauka's case, his lot  was subdivided before this policy came  into force.  Aid. Kurt HoeJthc felt the highways  department policy outlined by Robinson  CfiL  fdond  ava\  PRESENTS  -*_3j_  wrina  <&* JSi  ummer  73  GIBSONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GYM  THURSDAY, APMLJ2 - 8 p.m.  * HEntESHMENTS * DOOR PRIZE  POSTER CONTEST AWARD PRESENTATION TO BE  MADE AMD ALL AWARD POSTERS WILL BE ON  EXHIBITION.  MW_W_W^MMMMpW��MMMMMJt_MM����_��  m*m  was unfair.  "If I owned a lot, I'd have to put a  road in myself up to the highway standard! It could cost a lot of money to put a  highway in for the government,"  ; Johnston said that if Hauka built an  access road, his" taxes would increase,  '__A'But.. if-you improve your property,  you must expect the taxes to go up," he  said. ��� ���'���  - Peterson said that people bought property away from the village, which was  cheap4 because it had no access. "Then  they come to us and say they want access.  "It's not fair to thev people who pay  the price for property with access he felt."  Council approved in principle a request from Henry Smith to 'legalize* his  Smitty's Marina .property, which extends  over the boundaries of his water lot lease.  Although Smith's facilities overstepped  his lot line, council previously ignored the  slight discrepancy because' it caused no  hardship to neighboring water lot lessees  or to other harbor users.  But in a letter submitted to council,  the department of lands said the village  would have to either grant an extension  to the lease or reject it once and for all.  Council noted that rejection of Smith's  extension could lay him open to complaints, forcing him to pull back certain >  facilities within the lot boundary.  Peterson said: "I can't really see that  we have any grounds to refuse the extension. He isn't hindering anyone. Smith  applied for an extension a year ago, but  we kept it in abeyance because of harbor  development plans. The lands branch is  now saying we can't keep it in abeyance  and longer."  An extended lease council granted  would be on yearly basis, he said, "and  it would take at least a year to get any  harbor development plans through."  Aid. Hugh Archer felt it would be a  hardship to make Smith moveback. "He  would have to move piles," he noted.  Council agreed to give Smith pcrm|_-  slon to extend his water lot. When he  applies for a new lease, drawn up to  include tho extension, it will be issued on  n yearly basis, alderman said.  Johnston reported that the department  of municipal affairs had approved a.  $3,000 grant under its winter works program. The money will be used to build  additional sidewalks in tho village, particularly in tho School Road area.  Opportunities  Now!  Jackson Eros.  Loggingp Co. Ltd.  Openings' for Loggers:  * Machine Oporafora  * Weldera  *> Industrial Mechanics  * Man willing la loam  welcome,  PHONE. 806-2228  /lor Infarvlew-  SUNSHINJE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  BY-LAW No. 77  The "Construction, Operation and Maintenance of a Recreation Centre including an Ice Arena By-law po. 77, 1973".  By-law Nol 77 provides for the submission of a question to the Owner, Electors  of Electoral Areas B, C, D, E, and F of the Sunshine Coast Regional District  in the matter of their Electoral Area participation in a function which would  undertake the construction, operation and maintenance of a Recreation Centre,  including an Ice Arena. The question is to be submitted in the following form:  "Are you in favour of the Regional Board undertaking the Construction,^  Operation and Maintenance. of a Recreation Centre, including an Ice'  Arena under the following terms aind conditions:  (a) The capital cost of construction and development shall not exceed  $500,000.00;  (b) Apportionment of the cost of the function among the participating  member municipalities and Electoral Areas shall be on the basis of  assessment which may be taxed for school purposes for the current  year in the Electoral Areas and for general municipal purposes in  municipalities;  (c) The annual cost of the said function shall not exceed the product of  a levy of three mills on the net taxable assessed value of land and  improvements referred to in clause (b).  Yes or No??.  The Village Municipalities, of Gibsons ond Sechelt have agreed to submit a  '., similar by-law to their electors on the same day.  rrV  *>  TAKE NOTICE that the-:above is a synopsis of a by-law which may be inspected at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office, Davis Bay, between the  hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, and that the synopsis is  not intended to be and is not to be deemed to be an interpretation of the  by-law. ' ,  A by-law to authorize the submission of the question therein set forth for the  assent of the owner-electors of the Regional District and upon which question  the vote will be taken at:������  Electoral Area  Covered  B  B  C  D  E  F  Location of Poll  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  West Sechelt Elementary School  Davis Bay Elementary School  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Elphinstone Secondary School, Oibsons  Langdale Elementary School  on the 14th day of April, 1973, between the hours of eight (8) o'clock In  the forenoon nnd eight (8) o'clock in the afternoon, and that Mrs. G. T. London  has been appointed Returning Officer for the purpose of taking and recording the vote of the electors. ��� ,       '    ,  An advance poll will be conducted at the Regional District Office, Davis Bay,  between tho hour_ of nine (9) o'clock in the forenoon and five (5) o'clock  in the afternoon on the 12th day of April, 1973, and those permitted to  Vote at the advance poll are only those who, being duly qualified owner-  electors, sign a declaration that:  (a) they expect to be absent from the Regional District on polling day;  (b) they arc for reasons of conscience prevented from voting on polling day; i  (c) they through circumstances beyond their control will not be able  to attend the poll on polling day.  Subject to the exception hereinafter recited, persons entitled to vote on this  question arc only those owner-electors whose names appear on the 1972-1973  List of Electors as prepared by the Regional District for the several electoral  areas.  An owner-elector whose name docs not appear on tho List of Electors but  is otherwise qualified may apply to tho Sccrctnry of the Regional District for  a certificate that he is entitled to vote nnd the Sccrctnry may, upon production  by the applicant of satisfactory written evidence of ownership, give a certificate under his hand entitling him to vote. The applicant shall be required  to execute the appropriate declaration under tho provisions of Section 46A  of the Municipal Act before a certificate is issued. A certificate may be procured nt any time during office hours between'tho date of this notice and  polling day. On polling day n certificate will *bc obtainable only between the  hours of 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. at the Regional District Office, Davik Bay.  Where more than one poll is held in an Electoral Area, an elector may vote  at only one poll.  Dated at Davis Day, this 31st day of March, 1973.  CHARLES F.GOODING,  Secretary .    ;  i       ����� ������i:!'���:..' ���]���'���'������.-.'  ���y^>.  :���#;���:'���;���. ;-\'vf"'-  '���'( ' -.-:  -,(���; ,���:���'���/: 77';7 .-������'  "':������:������  '/->  '..������'���'.'-.'' .::''-V.--'-������:  '.������ :������, '���   : ������.���">.*��� ."'������������ ������.���.'���'':������������'  ��� '��� -<^  ��� V * ���'.^'^.['^ -^v'*'  ���������������'��� ���'��� '        ;���'.    ������'' ' ���    '���< ;-';^ .'''   ~"   "'  S V.^ ;,-;  ��� '���'��� _v:';,,*::;".,. .">".'.'"���: ...:���;*  '" ��� ���. ���'7. '���':::���'���'.'. :'.:"������' :''���':.���:   ���  t   '. '  77-77v  y^y  ���;:''^yir'*''::::^.:''r'< '<?':;  y  ���':��� '-'i:'\''. ���:���  ^'������V. .'���'*;;  ''���' '.777'7'7777:''  -���^���yj^i'ixW^'-/.  ������"'':��� .������}'  V,.'  4 ;���<���������:: <^-  ���7'v: ������ "���tv;:��� ���������     ���������'���'���-',���;''      -7. ���,,.���.)  ���������...J-; :_ >   ���������,���.      v    ���  Supply assured iorj West Sechelt. .\j  , J jf:;, ���..-,,,>..',' -. ,',/. ,.:..-,'.. y. - v'.r" . 'V: ���������-���-.'  -7-   7   : ,    ���  Regional board approves  BRIDGE.OVER Roberts Creek was  repaired by department of highways  crews. A spokesman for the dejiarty  ment told The Times that the bridge  will soon be replaced.  By RITA RELF. Area B director  THIS is the first of a series of reports  on the activities of the regional board ,  ;which are of interest to residents of W  area, (West Sechelt-Halfmoon Bay-Secret  Cove). In these reports I Will1 cover items:  or problems of specific concern in Area  -B and others of general nature affecting  the whole or other parts of the region.  At last month's meeting the board approved their water committee's recom-  mendation for the purchase and rezoning  of,a portion of the Lehmann property at  the top of Nickerson Road as a site for  .a reservoir. This, when developed, will  be fed from the pumps on Derby Road  and provide a constant head and a reserve supply for the West Sechelt area.  'At a much later date, placed as it is on  the edge of the Hydro right  of way,  - it will form part of the second phase of  , the water authority's long-term plans to  : provide  water  to    Halfmoon Bay  and  . points west by trunk mains laid through  , that area.  The   provincial ��� government   is   concerned about- the future of the island-  in the gulf. We have several .'in. Area, B'  mostly in private ownership and at present mostly' undeveloped. They are 7 a  great asset to all of \us, preserving as  they do a great deal of the flora and  fauna "of the area and providing idyllic  swimming and picnicking areas. This can  be changed all too rapidly���let me have  Shy constructive ideas on the subject.  They will be forwarded through the regional board to the provincial government committee studying this matter.  Yt/Ike the neighborhood pub idea  (West Sechelt must be? one of the few  places in B.C. that already has'something  which almost fits the picture). Good luck  to the Jolly Roger in its endeavor to  obtain a pub licence. But, I think the  ideal pub is one to which the locals can  walk to and (hopefully) from for once  leaving the car at home.  My ' comment regarding the operation of St. Mary's Hospital (The Times,  April 4) should in no way be taken as  criticism of "the society but rather of  the system. I. feel quite strongly that  hospitals which are extremely costly to  Page 12 7 The Peninsula Time*  Wednesday, April! 1, 1973       "  operate and are paid for by all of us  should be administered by a publicly  elected board and that the meetings of  that board should be-7 open to the public. They -are in no way different frpm  schools, municipalities, parks and regional  5, districts which, are all concerned with'  *the living, conditions within their community and responsible to, their communities t through democratically ejected  boards  or councils.  Write to me c/o Regional District,  PO Box 800, Sechelt, if you have any  local problems or suggestions for. improvement of our area.  t ..���"'������  inao  $200  Jackpot To Go  April 21 at 8:00 p.m.  Madeira Park  Community Hall  MADEIRA PARK FIREFIGHTERS  I  UUIIIIIIIIIIMI 11,11,,,lIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllilllllllMllllllliMlltllimilllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHII plllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIMHIIIllIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIlmiHIIIIIIllllllMlllllllllHIHIIIimillllllHIim  * Put your message into more  S than 3,000 homes (10,000  jj readers) in these economical  E      spot*. Your ad it always there  I      for quick reference   I      anytime!  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  ��� Here's an economical way to  reach 3,000 homes (10,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference .... '. anytime!  nuilllllllllll HiHiHHHiniliiiiumiiuiuMlltllllllllUIIUIIIMIllllimillHIllUimiim^  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block/ Gibsons, B.C.  ANSWERING SERVICES  DIAL-MAR ANSWERING SERVICE  ..-��� Office * Residential * Wake-up Colls"  * Reasonable'Rates  "Never Miss Another Phone Call"  885-2245  ART SUPPLIES  DALLIS STUDIOS  COMPLETE ARTIST'S SUPPLIES  CUSTOM-MADE LAMPS  Classes in Resin Daily, Tues. through Saturday  Candles,  Macrame,   Beads,  Arts  and  Crafts  Cowrie Street - Sechelt - 885-9817  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, Classes & Firing  Dealer for Duncan's, Ceramic Products  lx ��� :>Pin^;;Rofli*4?G 7,,,.;.::..;",;:  BANKS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Sechelt Branch ������ Phone 885-2201  Gibsons Branch ��� Phone 886-2201  Pender Branch ��� Phone 883-2711  Box 153, Madeira Park  H6URS:  Sechelt: Tuesdoy-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.  BLASTING  CONTROLLED BLASTING  All Work Insured  Free Estimates  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  or 883-9972  TED'S BLASTING  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  Basements - Driveways - Septk Tanks  Stumps - Ditch Unas  Call for a free estimate any time  TED DONLEY Pender Harbour 883-2734  WATER SURVEY SERVICES  For Export Blasting  FREE ESTIMATES  Ph. 885-2304 L.C.Emerson  If No Answer Leave Message at 885-9326  R.R. 1, Sechelt, B.C.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A. C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD^  - AH Your Building Needs-  Madeira Park Phono 883-2585  Free Estimates - Fast Service  G & W DRYWALL  Drywall, acoustic ond textured ceilings  Now serving Gibsons area and the Peninsula  Phone 884-5315  Box 166, Port Mellon, B.C.  CABINET MAKERS  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE &  CABINET SHOP  HARDWOOD SPECIALISTS  FINE CUSTOM FURNITURE  KITCHEN AND BATHROOM CABINETS  Our Cabinet Units Are All Prefinished Before  Installation  R. BIRKIN - Beach Ave, Roberts Creek, B.C.  Phone 886-2551 ���  CARPENTRY  --^   All Types -"Liawje or Small       ;i  Land or Marine  SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  , Don Henderson and Sons  885-9534  CONTRACTORS  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING  LTD.  Fill, Cement, Gravel, Drain Rock, etc.  Box 89, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2274  COAST DRYWALL  Drywall and Textured Ceilings  Free Est!motes  Phono 886-7643  DELTOM CONSTRUCTION LTD.  Box 64, Sechelt  ���For all types of homes���  Phone  885-2592 or collect 926-5948  CONTRACTORS (cont.)  PEN ENTERPRISES  Suppliers and applicators of  Cascare Pre-Cqst Stone arid Brick  Phone for free estimate  Bob or Dick |84r5315  REFERENCE CONSTRUCTION  Patios, Sidewalks, Sundecks  Framing and Formwalla  Now on theSunshine Coast  Phowe 686-7449  W. M. Shortreed Construction  General carpentry, ,.  concrete specialists^  walks, driveways, retaining  walls, patios.  266-7809  For all your  ROOFING  ALTERATION  REPAIR  Call Cor Zuidema - 885-2135  HAIRDRESSERS  WEKO CONSTRUCTION LTD.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR :*ii.  Build to suit: Homes, Commercial Buildings,  Vacation Homes. All kinds of Concrete Work.  Any   kirid   of   Remodelling. ,,  PHONE VERN, 885-2525 or 886-2344  COMPONENT HOMES  ANN'S COIFFURES  in the^BalTBIock  next to the Co^p^Store  Gibsons SB^S-t^S^  SECHELT BEAUTY SALON     ^  Dianne Allen, Proprietor  Expert Hair Styling  Cowrie Street \ Phone  Sechelt 885-2818  HEATING & SHEET METAL  HALL SHEET METAL & HEATING  Domestic - Commercial - Industrial  Telephone 885-9606  ff; Box 164, Sechelt  OIL-FIRED WARM AIR HEATING  OIL FIRED WATER HEATERS  Nothing Down - 10 Years To Pay  Light Plumbing  Roy Blanche - 883-2401  For Quality & Service  contact your  National Homes Representative  Dave Whidden -885-9513  or write for catalogue  Box 245, Abbotsford, B.C.  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravel - Backhoe  Ditching - Excavations  PORPOISE BAY ROAD  (new Hall Sheet Metal Building)  885-9666, Box 172, Sochelt,  *.C.  BUILDERS  101 CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  General Building Contractors  AH Work Guaranteed  Phono 885-2622  Box 73, Sochelt, B.C.  MUMgaHHHMHHBaaaai  3 PHONES  TO SERVE YOU!  885-9654,  885-2635  (Please make a note of this  new number)  GIBSONS:  886-2121  THE TIMES  (Everybody Calls The Times!)  PHONE 885-9550  RON'S CONTRACTING  Clearing - Excavations - Road Building  Grading - Fill - Rood Gravel - Cruihed Rock  Phone Sechelt 885-9550  R6S BACKHOE  R.R.  1, Madeira Pork, B.C.  W. Rousseau - Phone 883-2302  "We aim to please"  Land Clearing - Road Building  Tree Topping - Selective Logging  PETE DUBOIS  Tolophono 883-2417  R.R. 1, Madeira Park, B.C.  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST DISPOSAL  SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON to OLE'S COVE  Tel.: 886-2938 or 885-9973  Call us for your disposal needs.  When renovating or spring cleaning  containers available  ELECTRICIANS  BLAIR ELECTRICAL  Contracting and Engineering  Residential  and Commercial Wiring  Free Estimates  Phono 886-7816  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R.R,  1, Madeira Park  Phone 883-2749 '  Pender Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential - Industrial - Commercial  All work guaranteed - Free estimates  Joe McCann, Box 157, Madeira Park  Phono 881-9913  IRONWORKS  .w;x;;*��.J_j-*.  PENINSULA ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORKS  WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS  AND MISCELLANEOUS ORNAMENTAL  IRON WORK  Phono 886-7029 - 886-7056 - 886-7220  FREE ESTIMATES  PAINTING & DECORATING  E.W. (Bill) PEARSON  Painting Contractor  - First Closs Workmanship  - Interior and Exterior  Phone 885-2823  1650 W. 65th Ave., Vancouver  PENINSULA PAINTING  & DECORATORS  Interior - Decorator Service - Exterior,  ~      Residential & Commercial Cohtractors  ��� -    /':���,���     ��� ���' -7 ������  886-7158 Box 281, Gibsons, B.C. 886-7320  PLUMBING & HEATING  G & E Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  - Plumbing: Repairs and Installations  - Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heating  CERTIFIED PLUMBER - Ed Chortsbor.  Free Estimates 886-7638  Box 165, Gibsons  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons.  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Logging  FREE ESTIMATES   .     .   AD work fluoronteed  :, ..:; rftpfci^p|^7Qjr|fjg  Repairs - Alterations - New Installations  LAURIE'S PLUMBING & HEATING  LTD.  Gov't Certified Plumber ��� 24-HOUR SERVICE  Phone 885-9014  P.O. BOX 825. SECHELT, B.C.  SECURITY ALARMS  KEVES SECURITY  ' 'ALL-ROUND SECURITY SERVICES  Smoke and Burglar Alarms  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  885-9487  P. V. Services  Ltd.  LOG HAULING CONTRACTOR  Direct all enquiries to;  Dispatcher at 885-9030, ovos. 886-737B  Offlco I lours 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  MORRIE'S CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing  Floors - Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Free  Estimates Phone 885-9413  ;   ��� I      l "  JIM. McKENZlE  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR  Ph. 005-9970  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Gov't Certified Electricians  Phono   Day   or   Evenings   885-2062  SUNCOAST CONTRACTING  General Contractor  Residential Wiring and Plumbing  8821-2426, Box 55, Madeira Park  F��E_    ��� RNIE WIDMAN  for all your  ,SSO PRODUCTS  IMPERIAL ESS�� DEALER  Phono 883-2663  Madeira Pork, B.C.  JANITOR SERVICE:  Welcome to the Floorshine Coast  HOWE SOUND  JANITOR SERVICE  Specialists in Cleaning - Floor Waxing  Spray Buffing - Window Cleaning  Rug Shampooing  Ph. 886-7131, Gibsons  MACHINE SHOP  At the Sign of the Cli��vroM  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop - Arc and Acetyline Welding  Steel Fabricating - Maripo Ways  Automotive and Marino Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721      Res. 886-9956, 886-9226  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (ot Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repair-  First Class Workmanship       ^  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  MARINE SERVICES  CLAYTON WELDING 8. MARINE  Marine Ways to 42'  Bottom Repairs  883-2535  Box 7, Garden Bay, B.C.  MOVING & STORAGE  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving, Packing, Storage  Packing Matorlats for sale  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Canada's No. I Movers  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsona  NURSERY   Mack's Nursery - Roberts Creek  Landscaping - Shrub* - Fruit Treos - Fertilizer  Dorry Plonts - Bedding Plants - Peat Moss  Fully Llc��nt��d Pesticlda Spraying for  Landscaping and Trees  Sunshine Coast Hwy. - Ph. 886-2684  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Satosand Service ���886-9533  Everything for the Do-It-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coatee 886-7685  Ray Coatee 886-9533 or 886-7872  RENTALS "  A. C. Rentals  Tools and Equipment  Sunshine Coast Highway and  Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park  Phone 883-2585  "RENT IT AT  THE RENTAL SHOP"  at Davis Boy  "Wo Rent or Sell Almost Everything"  Typewriters - Lighting Plants . Televisions  Roto Tillers - Cement Mixers . Lawn Rakes  Mechanic's Tools  PHONE 885-2848 ��� 24 HOUR SERVICE  AFTER HOURS  885-2151  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complete Instructions Provided  FISHER FORM RENTALS  886-9951  RESIDENTIAL DESIGN  PETER HOEMBERG. b. arch.  Residential Design ;  Residential Design  Coordination and Supervision  SECRET COVE MARINA  R.R. 1, Halfmoon Boy, B.C.  RETAIL STORES  OPTOMETRIST  FRANK E. DICKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2240  C 2. $ HARDWARE  Sechelt, .B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 085-9713  Pender Harbour - 883-2513  /HARBOUR SUPPLIES  Electrical - Plumbing - Appliances  TVs - Furniture and Carpets  Box 150, Madeira Park, Hwy. 101  at Francis Peninsula  SEWING MACHINES   BERNINA  Sales and Service to all makes  RENTALS  Fabric House, Gibsons - Ph. 886-7525  SURVEYORS  ROBERT W.ALLEN  B.C. LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber. Building  Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt,  B.C.  Office 885-2625      Home 885-9581  Roy & Wagenaar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  Marine Building - Porpoise Bay  ������'W ^fyO. Box (-609, Se<phelt; B^Ci  * %8>23$ "ori#le& 681-9142.    [  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C. ��� Phone 886-2700  SALES AND SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Friday^ evening by appointment only  TOWING  Scows' - Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD. k  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towlna  L. HIGGS  Phono 885-9425  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICES  * Complete Tree Service  * Prompt, guaranteed, insured work  * Prices you can trust  PHONE 885-2109  SUNSHINE TREE SERVICES LTD.  Fully Insured  DANGER TREES TOPPED  SELECTIVE CLEARING  Gi-ot-r Vancouver  291-0750  Sechelt Peninsula  885-9711  DANGEROUS TREES TOPPED ...  Removed;   selective  lot  clearing,  Fruit trees pruned. Shrubs trimmed and shaped.  Consultation and Free Estimates.  20 YRS. EXPERIENCE ��� FULLY INSURED  Phono 886-7566  T.V.  8t RADIO  PARKERS HARDWARE LTD.  " Salts ond Service  Authorized Dealer ond Repair Depot for  QUASAR (Motorola) & PHILCO  Cowrie Street, Sochelt ��� Phono 885-2171  SUNSHINE COAST T.V. SALES  & SERVICE LTD.  ADMIRAL ��� ELECTROHOME  and ZENITH DEALERS  Gordon Oliver ������ Ed Nicholson  "IN THE HEART OF DOWTOWN SECHELT  Box 799, Sochelt ��� Phono 005-981A  CLOSED ON MONDAYS  UPHOLSTERY  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  AND DRAPERIES  Reupholsterlng - Restyling - Complete Drapery  ,      Service - Samples shown In tho homo  Phone 886-2050  _. -.<     YOUR AD IN THIS DIRECTORY  REACHES 4500 HOMES  ,4  Af  rt;  1   \l.  i  ' i Impaired man  fined $300  SECHELT���Donald Kerr Tattrie of Gibsons, pleaded guilty to impaired driving Feb, 18. He appeared before Judge  Charles Mittelsteadt last week. v  ' Court was told that Tattrie, a driver  for Peninsula Truck Lines, was observed  driving a car 50 to 60 mph on Dolphin  Street, Sechelt. The arresting officer reported that Tattrie then turned and came  back down Dolphin Street and ran  through a red light. The officer reported  difficulty pulling Tattrie over. When he  was stopped he was administered a  breathalyzer, test at the office and a  reading of .18 was recorded.  In pleading guilty, Tattrie said, "I  was obviously drunk. There is nothing to  add to it���he had it all there."  Tattrie had no previous conviction.  He was fined $300 and had his driver's  license .suspended for 30 days.  David B. Mervyn was fined $300 and  had his license suspended for 30 days for  impaired  driving.  Mervyn was charged by RCMP near  100 Mile House at 1:35 a.m. March 24.  Police reported that they saw the accused- driving.a truck and that,the vehicle was swerving. They stopped him  and returned him to the detachment.  Mervyn told court that he was look-  ,ing for a place to sleep.  "I had a bed in tlie back of the truck*  I should have slept there."  Darryle Glen Harris was fined $400  and had his driver's licence suspended for  six months after he pleaded guilty to  . driving while impaired. Court was told  that Harris was involved in a motor vehicle accident at 3:45 p.m. March 29 near  Pender Harbour High School His vehicle spun out and slid on the. lawn of  the school  Court was told that a school bus was  loading at the time and a harsh penalty  was recommended. Harris had appeared  in court on liquor charges previously,  court was told.  Gerald B. Whitehead was fined $100  by causing a disturbance while drunk.  Court was told that Whitehead, who  pleaded guilty to the charge, caused a  disturbance March 31 at 3 ajn. at St.  Mary's Hospital. He walked into the hospital ar>d demanded a place to sleep.  When refused, he became loud and started yelling and awakened some patients.  "I was at a party and I wanted to  stay at the hospital," Whitehead said.  "They told me to try the police station  and they said 'no way' so I went back  to the hospital"  Judge Mittelsteadt said that he should  not have felt that he could have stayed  at, the hospital He had a job and could  have stayed at a motel  A bench warrant was issued for Peter  Johnson who did not show up for court.  ������'*'.  Ml  '/:*  ^^    0^    * EASTER LILLIES * POTTED FLOWERING PLANTS  Gifiware and Easter Arrangements  SECHELT  885-9455  Remember: May 13th is Mother's Day  Roberts Creek  eneral Meeting  WEDNESDAY' APRIL 18  COMMUNITY HALL - 8 p.m.  PRESIDENT OF branch 38 OAiPO,  L. D. MaoLaren, hands over a cheque  for $30 to Kinsmen Gordon Plows.  The donation is intended for the ser  vice club's swimming pool project  in Gibpoos. MacLaren told The  Times that local senior citizens were  100 per cent behind the project and  that they were glad to be able to  show their support.  Election tit Officers  Discrimination charged . . >  Committee appointment held  illegal by Area B director  PROPOSED appointment of a member-  at-large to the regional district planning committee has been labelled "ille-  ICE OF MEE  The Annual Meeting of the  St. Mary's Hospital Society,  will be held on  MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1973  at 8:00 p.m. in the  SECHELT LEGION HALL  KOTE: Entitled to participate in and vote at the meeting are:  1. Members registered in 1971, who have paid Membership dues  ($2.00) for 1972, before the commencement of the meeting.  2. New members who have been registered and have paid Membership  dues ($2.00) for 1972, NOT LATER THAN ONE MONTH PRIOR  TO THE MEETING.  Tho 1971 Financial Statement and Auditor's Report is now available  at the Hospital for inspection.  Any Society Member wishing a copy of tho Financial Report prior  to the meeting can obtain same from tho Hospital. Copies will be mailed  out upon request.  St. Mary's Hospital Needs  Your Support And Interest  NEW MEMBERS WELCOME  St. Mary's Hospital,  Mrs. E. Moscrip,  Publicity Chairman.  gal"   by  Halfmoon  Bay  representative  Rita Relf.  And  she accused the   committee of  "gross discrimination" in recommending  the appointment,  while rejecting a request from Gibsons Wildlife Club to sit  : in on planning meetings.  !Tyner, .Area  'A, earlier' requestedMbe?  board to appoint Cliff Gilker as a member-at-large' on the committee.    ;'  "His extensive experience and knowledge would be of great us6,"vhe said.  Mr. Relf countered: "Director Tyner  said a representative of Gibsons Wildlife  Club can't sit in on committee meetings  but a member-at-large can. This is gross  discrimination."  Tyner, however, felt "Gilker has a  great deal of knowledge and has assisted  us. The committee feels we need this*  man."  Harry Almond, Area 'D', felt appointment of a member-at-large should have  gone before the executive committee for  Varied drama  set Saturday  GIBSONS���Driftwood Players  will pre-  sent a varied program at Elphinstone  Secondary School on Saturday, April 14  at 8 p.m.  Junolr members of the group will ,  perform a one-act farce called ���'Goodnight Please". This is the story of Mr.  Whitehousc's desire for a week's rest in  bed and the subsequent upheaval it  causes in the .household.  Eileen MacKenzle takes a change of  pace from her role as the grandmother  In "Red Shoes" and presents several of  .Catherine's speeches from Shakespenre's  "Tho Taming of tho Shrew".  To round off the evening, John Burn-  side and Colleen Johnson appear in "Village Wooing" one of George Bernard  Shaw's lighter plays. It Is hoped that  "Village Wooing" will bo the Driftwood  Playora entry in the B.C. Drama Association  (Vancouver Island  zone)  festival.  Nest Lewis, has again produced authentic period costumes which are an Important part of each play, and Randy  Kampman has shown much ingenuity in  his construction of the sets.  consideration.  "He shouldn't just have been appointed by the planning-committee," he said.  Mr. Relf said: "Director West got a  recommendation from the solicitor that  the appointment of a member-at-large  was illegal. Can we close a blind eye to  that?"  The Halfmoon Bay representative also  S-fcused the planning committee of dealing with matters outside their jurisdiction, such as composition, of the board  | of variance, the current B.C. Tel controversy in Pender Harbour, and congestion in the Harbour itself.  1 "And I was not invited to the planning committee meeting concerned with  my area, when the Royal Vancouver  Yacht Club lease was discussed," she  said.  Regional planner, E. R. Cuylits, explained that the yacht club lease originally had not been on the agenda of the  meeting.  t     "I'm  not  satisfied,"  said  Mrs.   Relf.  Chairman Lofne Wolverton urged  committee chairman to make a point of  inviting directors to meetings when their  area was going to be discussed,  CARPETS  OF  DISTINCTION  TO  AT  EVERY  BUDGET  !���'avr,--. FROM     *w.>v-;     (:a  KEN DeVRIES  FLOORCOVERINGS LTD.  1659 Sunshine Coast Highway at Wyngaert Road, Gibsons  Phone 886-7112  * CARPETS    * TILES    * LINOLEUMS  HOURS:  Closed Monday, Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. ��� Friday Night Til 9 p.m.  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade  NERAL MEETING  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH HALL  TUESDAY, APRIL 17'a7:30 p.m.  Everyone Welcome/" Especially YOU  THE SUNSHINE COAST LIONS CLUB  Wish to express their support of the  Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre  ffff  APRIL 14  So Come on Out  cand  Vote. ... BE GENEROUS!  M^��*��___MaM��aa*_��*t��_M_  MMfa  MHmM-m  ��im__��m  Tickets for June 9th  Kl  "x  %  a?  Be  avanan  ietfed <C?-3#_  Wioraad  AVAILABLE ON CASH ONLY BASIS  DUE TO LIMITED NUMBER OF TICKETS.  DOtd  &  $12.00 {per couple  AVAILABLE AT MEETING ��� OR BY PHONING  BB6-296B  v  >  Vf    ��� ��� V ���>'( < icrf'Bs;  h;&  From the pulpit  ���f ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  , Gibsons Pentecostal Church  GIBSONS���There is a class of individuals called skeptics when it comes to  Christianity.. They* doubt whether there  is a God. They cannot accept most of the  Bible. Some of these skeptics are mere  triflers while others are earnest-minded,  really desirous of knowing the truth. To  the latter group in particular we address .  our comments today. -  '  Jesus said in the gospel of John, 'If  any. man's will is to do God's will, he  shall know whether the teaching is from  God or whether I am speaking on my own  authority." This shows the way out of  skepticism to faith. Through your lifetime perhaps you have thought much a-  bqut this subject of religion but your  reasoning has ruled out'God as an integral part of life; or it is possible events  or cimcumstances in history have led you  to become skeptical. I appreciate your  position, but in vour text quoted above.  Jesus is making a fair proposition.  ^ He is asking you to do something that  your own conscience approves; fie is asking you to surrender your will to God and .  to make an honest search to find out His  will. If you do this Jesus promises that  y��^u will come out of skepticism into  knowledge. God will reveal Himself to  you if you' make an. honest search for  Him.  Cancer facts  IN, THE   past  decade,   public    surveys  showed that many people delayed  seeking medical advice about cancer  symptoms because of fear, said the Canadian  Cancer  Society.  The society; therefore, made the fear  of cancer, or cancerphobiai a prime target of its public educational program.  _ Efforts to de-emphasize the penalties  for delay ancTto point out the benefits of  early diagnosis have been stressed.      , .  Dr.  Ronald    Rice,   chairman  of  the  society's national    education committee,  said the aim is for a "more rational atti-  ��� tude - towards  cancer."  He added: "Only by knowing the facts  about cancer can' we-develop a realistic,  reasonable approach which dispels paralyzing fears and fosters appropriate action."  Prevention has now become a keynote  in the battle against cancer. The idea Of  prevention and/the more hopeful approach to ear_y diagnosis, has produced  the society's slogan that "Cancer can  . be beateri?'  (Pamphlets and information about  cancer can be obtained by writing to:  -. and Yukon Division, Canadian Cancer  Society,   896  West  Eighth  Avenue,  Vancouver 9, or to 857 Caledonia, Victoria.)  y".'���:.... ,;_;... .:,._"  V\?Z  'T^t  TTStSfe*-  ���:.!  The Peninnsulo Time�� Wednesday, April 11, 1973  CALL COLLECT  Bus. 278-6291 - Reg. 273-6747  INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS  Good Used Cars and Trucks'  f. E. (Mickey) COf  FLEET AND LEASE MANAGER  369 No? 3 Rd. - Bon Jacobsen Motors Ltd;  , Richmond, B.C. ���____���____  ��WJ-MWWMMWMI��<��-WMM1IMW����IIIMMMM-Mt��-M^^  DANCING  ��� ������ ' * ��� ���  9:30 to 1:30 a.m.   '  Pizza Available  Best in Live Entertainment  SATURDAY, APRIL 14th  JOIN THE FUN  PENINSULA HOTEL  Highway 101 ��� Cover Charge ��� 886-2472  THIS IS WHAT happens when "ecofreaks" force open access roads to  the public,  said Peter Jackson of  \mt^mmmi^uuumtmii0i0mtmmtvvvitv<.u^mm*mivm^��KmmmmmKi>K^mt>imt��mmttmtm^m^nmm0im��^Km0nm��m^mm0imi��0t  Jacldson Bros. Logging. Somebody lot of glass bottles for target prac-  entered the gravel pit just off Jack- tice. Now the brqken glass is rain-  son Brothere property and set up a   gled in with the gravel.  Petitioners opposed . . .  Marina complex denied  for Roberts Creek mouth  NEW USE OR ROCK  & ROLL  Scientists looking for. ways to keep  fish from underwater nuclear installations think they have found at least one  answer. The Virginia Electric and Power  Company has been testingv underwater  loudspeakers to scare fish away. The most  successful noise they have yet used is  "blaring rock."  \Jpeninfy   +^oon...  Hooks & J}*ati��nery  SECHELT  NEW & LARGER  PREMISES  PROPOSALS f6r a marina complex at  'the mouth of Roberts Greek have been  rejected by the Sunshine Coast Regional  District. v \  Directors turned down ,a request  March 29 from J. G. Warn for rezoning  of the area from residential to commercial.  director Harry Almond, Area 'D\ said  that he had received a petition from  Roberts Creek residents opposing any  commercial development in the area.  Foreshore area's petitioners felt, should  "be reserved for enjoyment and use by  the people as a public area.". .  They further suggested "That the areas  on both sides of Roberts Creek, be declared a green belt, this being the only undisturbed stream and land in electoral  area _)' exemplifying the flora and fauna  of the region. 7V  'Furthermore, we request that all fore-1  shore Ieasfisr wiether new applications or  renewing of existing leases, not be autlt-  orized by the provincial government'department concerned until the approval of  the Sunshine Coast Regional Board and  its area director, has first been obtained."  Petitioners asked that their recommendations be forwarded to Don Lock-  stead, MLA, the provincial government,  departments of lands and forests, recreation and conservation and municipal affairs. ' .  Administrator Charles Gooding pointed out that although the petition showed  the feelings of local residents, it could not  ioners did not give their legal description,  ioners did not give their legal descri_<hion.  Director J. H. Tynet said the suggestions made in the petition were in keeping  with the opinion of the advisory planning  committee.  ' On behalf of the planning committee,,  he recommended that the board write to  the lands department.and urge that foreshore leases around Roberts Creek be  cleared to standards of the federal and  provincial fisheries agencies.  Under other business, the water committee agreed that a"new water line  should be laid along Selma Park Road to  replace the 'inadequate* plastic pipe serving the area at present.  Cost of installing an eight-inch ductile  main from the Highway 101 to the top  of Selma Park Road was estimated at  $6,300 by works superintendent G. Dixon.  The committee decided to limit the  pipe run to lots presently requiring service, and to extend the main as needed  Area 'C representative Bert Slade  pointed out that there was a question of  responsibility for Selma Park Road.;  "The Indians gave the land year�� ago  as a; service road And. the' highways de-  parthtent repudiates responsibility.  > "The road is very poorly maintained  and the highways department only goes  as far as grading it. They won't take  responsibility."  Since the board had agreed' to re-'  place, the water' main down the road, he  felt they  should  look  into jurisdiction.  Gooding said he would investigate the  matter.  In his March report, Dixon noted that  several new water connections had been  rqaftle during the month.  "Most of these were highway crossings  in West Sechelt to the north side of the  highway," he said. "These connections  were put in to serve vacant lots before  the highway is paved and they may not  be used for several years."  Under capital works, he reported that  work was continuing along Nickerson  Road, with 300 feet of six-inch line laid  and the right-of-way cleared.  "A start has been made on the renewal  of wood stave mains in Sechelt," said  Dixon. "Approximately 800 feet of six-  inch ductile iron main has been laid."  The regional district is growing by  leaps and bounds if the creation of new  parcels by subdivision is any indicator,  said E. R. Cuyllts in his planning director's report.  "In the period January to March in  clusive, copies of 14 new registered subdivisions arrived in the office," he said.  "This number represents the creation  of 75-new parcels within the boundaries  of the regional district, excluding .the  villages of Sechelt.and Gibsons." 7  He revealed that a preliminary draft  for the new arterial road system had been  completed and was under review by the  study committee.  "Once this review has been completed,  the draft report will be presented to the  techlnical planning committee for their  consideration," he said.  Cuylits' report, outlined progress in"  the move to relocate present, bulk oil  facilities in the region.  "On March 27, a meeting was held [��  with the Petroleum Association to dis-s  cuss and evaluate several/sites for a  petroleum bulk oil terminal which will  eventually replace the existing terminals  at Sechelt, Davis Bay, Gibsons and Hopkins Landing.   '  y.;.. "It is' expected a report will be produced by the association giving the industry's evaluation of the relocating possibilities."  LOW COST  LOAMS...  Pender Harbour Credit Union  NOW., has funds available to loan its members tor:  ��� FIRST MORTA0ES  * SECOND MORTGAGES  ��� CARS, BOATS, MOBILE HOMES  All interest rates competitive.  Prepay at anytime with no penalty.  Insured at no extra cost to qualified members.  For further information  call in or phone  Pender Harbour Credil Union  Madeira Park, B.C. - 883-2236  4goodreasons  Gibsons Pentecostal  Highway & Martin  Sunday School 9:45 a.m.  Services 11 -00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m.  Phone 886-7107  PASTOR: GERRY FOSTER  The United Church of Canada  SERVICES  St. John'��� United Church - Davis Bay  Sunday Service* - 9\30 a.m.     /  Roberts Croak United /  Sunday Servian - 2:30 p.m    /  Olbum* United Church  Sunday Services - J |: 15 am  Port Mellon United  Sunday Service. . 7;30 p.m  (2nd ond 4th Sunday*)  MlnUtrv  Rev, Jim Williamson - Gibsons - 806-2333  why Gulf  m mW ______  im  esn't  have tire sales.  Gulf announces year-round  low tire prices.  Every yoar around this time everyone has tiro sales,  Woll, at Gull wo don't have to oiler you any special doals  because wo have low prices every day ot the yoar, And all  Gull branded tiros como with a guarantee that is honourod  at over 30,000 Gull dealers throughout North America  l. Wide-Track whitewalls  $1995  FnoM li______________r A7B,a  Onllur lor pollm Gull's hoot huy Hocoiumiimtol  liHllm!MiwlK>|iliintoilrivniipl(iPt>nflOniiin!i PuriiUiini  limlm tilUliwiiynpiiMls  Our ImmIsoIIiihi lira m I <\/;'  2. Wide-Track 2+2 belted  Polyester whitewalls  3. 4-ply Nylon blackwalls  $1595  Quit _ lowestpriceddro Rocommonuorl (orthosnwho  plan to drivo up to 20.000 milos  This tiro has lull 1-ply nylon construction  Wide-Track  4. Polyester/Fibreglass  belted whitewalls  rnmWmBl'^Bir      "��"  !<_ Our l>or,l lifllftnJ 'Dins tir�� nocniriniriiiifm! 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W.I'JCIV  eninsula Motor Products (1957  TEL. 885-2111  LIMITED  SECHELT, B.C.  I i  i  i_ \ /,  The Peninsula Timtt 9*9* 1*  Wednesday, April 11. 1973  MORE ABOUT...  �� Disclosures Ac*  o^iciaV-or one seeking public  4s not endeavoring to benefit his  purse or prestige. However, this bill  implications too f6r reaching and  wide in scope."  , Lang continued; "I hesitate to  because X have assumed an obligation  to the electorate ol Sechelt and  not a quitter.  "Much village legislation recently  passed and others in the making have  been instigated by me and I hesitated  to pass all this on to a new official. It  would be unfair to the official and the  electorate." ,  Lang said that if the bill was to be  withheld until July 1 a byelection would,  not be necessary. He recommended that,  the bill be substantially amended to provide the needed protection to the public  "that may be intended, but to me. is  poorly, presented in this bill"  Lang handed copies of the bill to  members of council and he urged that  they read the bill three or four times  so that they understand what is required  to than.  The act, when it is finally passed  by the legislature and given royal assent,  will require elected officials, including  district directors, school board trustees,  aldermen, members of the legislative of  assembly and senior governmental officials, whether elected or not, to: "Not  later than the fifteenth day of the month  following the month that he assumes office as a public official; and thereafter  between the first and fifteenth days of  , January and the first and fifteenth days  of July in each year during which he is  a public official and not later than the  fifteenth day of the month following the  month that he ceases, for any reason  other than his death, to be a public official, disclose and describe any interest  that he or his family had at any time  during the six-month period immediately  preceding the first day of the month in  which he makes his disclosure."  The disclosure shall state that the official or his family has or had an interest and shall describe the nature of  the interest, including the. location of  any real property, but need not disclose the pecuniary, or extent of involvement, in the interest.  . The information will have to be made  available to anyone who asks to see it  Failure to comply with the act can  result in a fine of not Jaore than $10,000  or imprisonment for a%m of not more  than six months or.both, - ,  "r :  l  SEA aVALCADE FASHION SHOW  Elpinstonte Gym ��� Thursday, April 12  COME & SEE OUR NEW  JACKETS  SHIRTS  SLACKS i  SHORTS  To be modelled by  BOB, DAVE 6 BRAD  Marine Men's  Wear Ltd.    y  Marine Drive, Gibsons S^f  Phone 886-2116  Does Your Ciub or Group renort its  Activities Regularly to The Times?  v.  PAINTING   WHITE line on w__arf   can only work Sundays or evenings.   _ LI  Street, Sechelt, was George Fawkes,^ He painted these lines in front of Jjlg SCflOOl 00)10611  village m_antenance   man. Fawkes   the bus depot on Sunday. * .       ��*     i  -������������.���:'������������   :��� .-������   7--.   7���-set at Pender Harbour  fa Sechelt court  test refusal nets  fine, suspension for youth  Don't fly a kite on or near a road or  highway.  SECHELT���For refusing to undergo  breathalyzer test, Daniel' Thomas '  Weatherill was fined $300 and had his  driver's license suspended for six months,  by Judge Charles Mittelsteadt.  /Weatherill had pleaded not guilty to  the charge when it was heard April 4  in Sechelt court and before the trial was  over, the crown nearly brought in a  charge of perjury against one of Weath-  __!__  -*..  Ifyou'rein  the market  for a car loan,  we'll throw in  $25 toward  the plates.  ^BEAUTIFUL0  RBCOO  British coLumem  That's right. We'll give you $25 toward your  licence plates when you take out a Termplan  Personal Loan on a car at the Royal Bank. As  long as you take out a loan for $1,000 or more of  new money and we approve your application by  June 29th, you qualify for the $25.  You also qualify if you take out a Termplan Ixmn  for at least $1,000, for any other reason.  Liko a vacation, a boat or a travel trailer. If your  application is approved by June 29th, we'll give  you $25. In cash. There are no strings, no catches  and no change in interest rntea. Wo know that  there are many people in the market for money  this spring, and we want to increase our share of  the business. So you don't have to be a Royal Bank  customer to take advantaiRO of this offer.  See your Royal Bank Manager. He'll even  arrange for a chequing account to take care of  tho loan repaymenta. And ask him nl>out our  Money Matters book. It's full of hints on  budgeting and financing for a family. It's yours  free when you come to the Royal Bank.  /  /  IX> something nice for yourself...  ROYAL BAN K  serving British Columbia  See... K.M. DUFFY ��� Sochelt  A. ft. DRIDNENKI ��� Madeira Park  erill's witnesses.  Sgt. William Saunders told court that  Weatherill came into the police detachment office at Sechelt about 5 p.m.  March 29 demanding to know by what  right the principal of Pender Harboqr  Secondary School had in ejecting him  from the school grounds.:  "He was boisterous' and loud,'* Saunders told court, ���'and I told him to leave  the (police) office."  Saunders told the court that Weatherill left and walked towards an older'  Ford sedan where one person was sitting  on the. passenger side and two others  were in th'^P back seat. Weatherill walked  to the driver's side of the car which  was vacant, he said.  Const. Michael ODonnell, on Saunders' orders, approached Weatherill and  asked his name. He refused to give it  and refused to show his driver's licence,  Saunders told the court.  He said that Weatherill quickly moved  to the back seat of the car and said to  a passenger, "Willie, you drove here."  "I could smell' liquor on his "Weather-  ill's) breath," said Saunders. The sergeant' told the court that he believed  Weatherill drove the car to the police  station and then Saunders arrested him  and took him forcibly into the police  station where he read the breath test  statement to him. Weatherill refused to  take the test and called a lawyer. After  discussing the situation with the lawyer,  Weatherill again refused to take the test.  Other passengers in the car, said Saunders, were Johnnie Phare, front seat; William Passmore and Cameron Prannan',  both of Gibsons, in the back.  Const. O'Donnell testified that Weatherill refused to take the breath teat.  He said that he also heard Weatherill  say that something about "Willie" drove  in.  Weatherill called as his witness, William Passmore, who testified, that he  drove the car to the police station. He  told court that Weatherill told him to  drive because the police believed that  Weatherill drove to the station.  , Passmore stated that the group had  been drinking beer. He said that he  had been driving for some time before  reaching Sechelt. They drove from Gibson* to Pender Harbour to Sechelt  Judge Mittelsteadt asked the youth If  he knew what perjury meant and that  if he was convicted of it, he could be  sentenced to 14 years in prison.  Johnnie Joe Phare testified that  Weatherill had turned tho driving over to  Passmore about 40 minutes to an hour  before reaching Sechelt.  Weatherill told the court that ho felt  the police didn't havo sufficient grounds  to charge him with impaired driving.  Const. Dill Waldle, acting for the  crown, eaid that tho code required a  breath sample to bo token within two  hours of drinking. The atatcment read  to Weathferill stated -that fact, said  Waldle.  Judge Mittelsteadt said that he found  Weatherill guilty as charged end pronounced sentence.  SECHELT School District is staging a  grand festive spring concert April 17  in Pender Harbour High School gymnasium.  Organizers predict there will be even  greater participation in the event than  there was in the successful Christmas  concert at Elphinstone.  Every school in the district, with the  exception of one-room schools, will be  represented.  Entertainment slated includes bands  from Elphinstone Secondary, Gibsons  Elementary, Madeira Park Elementary  and Sechelt Elementary schools. Pender  Harbour Secondary musicians will perform on their own and along with adults  from the Pender Harbour band.  , Choirs from Gibsons, Langdale, Madeira Park, and Sechelt schools are busy rehearsing, while a recorder group from  Davis Bay Elementary and a combined  instruments and choral group fron^ Roberts Creek ��� Elementary are completing  their preparations for the festive occasion.  VlTie participation is so extensive that  time limits have had to be imposed to  forestall an all-night session," say organizers.    . .':        .  All that is needed now is an audience.  Parents and the general public are invited to be at Pender Harbour Secondary  School gymnasium April 17 at 7 p.m.,  when the music begins.  Vancouver Isand is the largest island  in the eastern Pacific, 280 miles long and  78 miles at its greatest width. It has an  area of 12,408 square miles. The highest  mountain peaks are Golden Hinde, 7,210  feet, and Victoria Peak, 7,095 feet.  PENDER HARBOUR  LIONS  AUCTION  Community Hall, Madeira Park  Saturday, April 14th - 7 p.m*  Items may he viewed from 4:00 p.m.  WE NEED LOTS OF ITEMS ...  If you have any to donate -pleasephone:  883-2711 (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.)  ! 883-2513 (anytime) V  883-2777 (anytime)  883-2451 (Garden Bay - anytime)  883-2516 (Egmont-anytime)  883-9962 (anytime)  Help your Community by Helping tho Lions ...  Proceeds will be used for our many Community Projects.  Come to oar Auction to Buy a Watch or a Hot Dog-  BUT DO COME!  _____  v  tmm emu  BINGO  FitlHAYS, SsOO ��.rat.  smim mmjl  Jcidkpaf $30��  <%n to an  i.��i..l...-....-,.-r:���- ���,,_ in,i mrnir^imtittimn-inru rn  -_EC.3EATIOi_ CENTRE  A FUNDAMENTAL PROJECT  BE GENEROUS  VOTE "YES" APRIL 14th  wum  mmmwm*m*>+m**mmvwfiimim*i'��M'im)m \  Poge 16  :   7        .      . \      '.���.'-������',  Tli. fwlimit. 'Om-        WijJimkIoy, April II, 1973  A'  At Wharf and Hwy. 101 ...  I.      .��� 11 li    .����-_���-     mil. ��� I  Intersection improvement  slated, councilmen told  GROUP OF YOUNG bargain hunters   April 6. On sale were a wide variety   glad of  jostle for position during a jumble   of comics, toys and games. After   group of  sale at Langdale Elementary School   their shopping spree/parents were  refreshments  the girls.  served by a  SECHEL^B.C. department at highways  officials agree-that the intersection of  Highway 101 and Wharf Street needs  improving, Mayor Ben Lang told members of the village council last week..  Lang said that B. A. L'Hirondelle,  district engineer and another official  looked over the intersection last week  and said that it must be upgraded. An  application is pending in Victoria for  funds, Lang reported. The officials said  that the corners will be delineated and  the road will be widened. A proper four-  way flashing red light will be installed.  Lang and the highway representatives  looked over the cenotaph corner and it  was agreed that work was required  there.  Lang said that now the Legion has  new quarters they may consider moving  the cenotaph to their own grounds which  then would allow more work to be done  at that corner.  Aid. Dennis Shuttleworth Treported  that Harry Olaussen, MP, sent aerial  maps as requested and that geological  maps are coming. Shuttleworth said that  the maps were sent with Olaussen's compliments and wouldn't cost the village  anything.  Aid. Bernel Gordon reported that trees  for the library improvement have been  ordered. Shuttleworth presented a plan  for upgrading the landscaping in front ofv  the library. Shuttleworth, a professional  engineer, made the design at no cost to  tho village. ���'���_'.'..';  Aid. Ted Osborne reported to council  that little work has been done on village  roads "because everybody is busy."  "We have to wait our turn,'' commented Lang.  Council presented a crystal bowl to  former village clerk Ted Rayner, who  recently retired. A silver dish was presented to deputy clerk Phyllis Boyd who  .also recently retired. At Rayner's request,  a quiet ceremony was held at the village  office during the meeting.  Lang thanked Rayner and Mrs. Boyd  for their service to the village. Rayner  was the second clerk to serve the village  since its incorporation in 1956. He took  office in June 1957. He was replaced in  February by Neil Sutherland.  "Ted was always concerned with the  public purse and the public's well-being,"  said Lang in his brief tributory remarks.  "The village has had a steady growth  under the watchful eye (of the clerk)"  Lan�� said.  He said that Mrs. Boyd "tilled the  gap" when Rayner took ill last year.  In other business, council will give  the Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce its usual grant for the operation of the tourist booth in the siunmer.  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