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Array V    "  PENDER HARBOUR, B^C.  BOATS -  CAMPING FACILITIES' -' CAFE  MARINA 883-2757   �� ��� CAFE < 883-2296  Cyiilia'yW-WEALl'H MICROFILM  Lit,;  2G4 West 6th Ave.  VANCOUVER,   B.C.  V5Y   1KB  lornp*  Union s^f*    Lcbe1  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Soundto, Jervis Inlet), including''Port Mellon, HopkinsUin^ing/Granthtinis Landing, Gibsons, Robei+s Creek,     ����� ^   ___ ��orJ- v/...^- ���-   -   uuw  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Boy, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont    / "J. 885-3231 Yni&Issue 16Pages ��� 15cCopy  LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY PAPER ON THE SOUTHERN SUNSHINE COAST. Volume 12-NoTS Wednesday, February 19,1975  2nd  Cldss Mail  Registration  No. 1142  Phone  * Floor Covering�� ,,  '��� , j'v*  Drapes !      ' ,l  0 Jonn-Air Ranges  "1200, Block, >Vha/f Road'; ���  P.O. Box 1093, SECHELT, B.C.  PHONE', 885-2922  r  i  i  /V '  V  /     . ,y~  tl  ���  i  -^/^s\  a- '��  *    >            1  ���\  7 ���'  ft  '(f  ���*J*��*-**��-*m+��ir  -�� --*  '.I -   1  J.    "/-   ? /N  1 ��� ���, t  ,  tJ> Jet  .i   ^/ -A   /  '���**~v^  i   v--..  >?"*  f        *       ���*  r4 * ���  j  i?  'MISS BEHAVEN' is the nick-name of  this truck, according to a sign on the  hood; and misbehavin' it was last week  when it left Highway 101 north of the  Wakefield Inn and crashed into the front  yard of the Cecil Lawrence residence  totalling a late model car belonging to  the Lawrence's son-in-law. No one was  injured, but the driver of the truck was  shaken up. The truck was hauling stock  from Powell River for Macleods Stores.  Mishap occurred at 9:15 p.m. Tuesday  night during heavy snow and freezing  weather. The truck negotiated a curve  and then slipped off the lower side of; the  highway.  ���Timesphoto  WEST SECHELT���No one was injured  when a semi-trailer truck left the highway  and landed in a front yard last week.  The truck negotiated a curve about a mile  north of the Wakefield- Inn on Highway 101  Tuesday night at 9:15 p.m. and crashed into  the front yard of the Cecil Lawrence  residence.  The truck came down an embankment,  smashed through a stone and ornamental  DAVIS BAY-The provincial government  offers help to flood victims. A Davis Bay  resident wants to know if they will offer help  to victims of Flood Control Requirements  legislation.  E. A, Cuyllts -of Davis Eay has written a  letter to tho provincial Deputy Minister of  Water Resources in protest over the new  regulations;  The regulations, according to Cuyllts, say  all houses less tlmn Uircc metres (9.0'feet)  above normal highest high water would bo  affected in thnt thoy could not bo reconstructed or repaired from nny damage or fire.  Also they could not be altered, renobntcd,  rebuilt or ndded-onto.  Cuyllts said the now rules would wipe out  replies  School district Secretary Treasurer Roy  Mills has branded n letter by a Roberts Crock  parent as misinterpreted and smacking of the  worst Kind of powclullsm.  ��� Mills'- comments were- contained In-a  Readers Right letter which Is carried on  today's editorial pago In Tho Times. Mo Is  replying to a letter written to tho Times  concerning solocilon of the site for a now  Junior secondary lieliool In Sechelt by Mrs. Jo-  Anne MoNovlu,  Mills letter (inn Ihi found on pago H-4,  Wharf lease  ren^wcil OK'd  GIBSONS ��� Village council will renew Its  lease on the federal wharf.  The present lilnso on the facility expires  April 30, nldorpn - wor u told ...Fob. .12 In :���n  letter from the department of lrnnn|>ort,  Aid, Bill I/(ilii! said Uiat council was nol  Hutlsfled with wit��federal wharf regulations.,  parlluularly   the   existing   moorage   rate  .structure _"l)iit    Iho    regulations   .are  changing."  Council voted to ulgi. n further flv^yenr  lease on tho whui'f, provided Uie tornui of the  lease reniuln unohimged ui��| council retains  tho right to opt out of the agreement.  any value his land had because "who would  buy land that he could not build on?"  According to Cuylits many of the lower  Davis Bay houses would bo affected by the  regulations.  "Most of the houses along this stretch of  Highway 101 were built years ago," Cuyllts  said in tho letter^ "Ours Is about 25 years old.  They bought In good faith that the owners  could enjoy using them, Many of us are  retired andnono could for'seo tho now rules."  The letter states, "The consequences of  the rules aro thnj. would a house burn down,  the owner has to movo because he Is not  allowed to repair or rebuild, But this land 1ms  no value because who would buy land he can  not build on? T|io original owner would need  money to. buy property of comparable  quality,"  Cuyllts argues thnt If additions or  renovations are not permitted, then the valuo  of tho property would drop dramatically If tho  other situations have not already wiped out  tho valuo.  Expressing tho feelings of his neighbours.  Cuyllts said, "We aro doeply concerned, since  tho financial consoquencos could bo very  .harBh,.and.wo.would llko,to soo.safeguards  written Into tho law to quarantcethat those  affected would receive financial assistance  and compensation whenever thoy havo or  wlHh to move away from the affected area'.  Such compensation should In our,opinlon bo  based on the fair market value the property  would havo had had It not been affected by the  Flood Control Requirements."  A copy of CuylltsS' letter was sent to the  regional board and another to Don 1 x-ckstend,  MLA,  At tho recent regional board mooting, tho  l>onrd voted to send a letter to the minister of  wntcr resources ndvjslng, "of tho Im-  practlcallty of applying the curnont flood plan  regnlatlon;i In a village llko Sechelt and ah  area llko Davis Bay,"  - 'CuylltH notod, "the way the regulations  are now, most of downtown Sechelt would Ihi  affected. According to one person I talked to,  about ono in every five houses on the  Peninsula would be affected."  L.,w���.Jlo also .noted, Uiat In., special, cases the  requirement could be lowered to 1,0 metres  ""(4.1)'foul, j ���   Cuyllts Is now awaiting a reply from tho  provincial department.  (vSee Readers Right 'High tides,,.')  k  brick wall and come to rest on top of a late  model car owned by the Lawrence's son-in-  law, Ken Chapman.  Describing the event, Mrs. Lawrence said,  "as soon as I heard it I knew what had happened. "I've been expecting it ever since they  fixed the highway,'V  Mrs. Lawrence was sitting in the living  room of the house when the truck crashed  through the wall and down, into the yard.  "When they fixed the highway, they sloped  it towards this side. They should have sloped  the other way, to the Inside of the curve," she  said.  When the mishap occurred, she said,  Tuesday night. "It/ was snowing and there  was ice on the highway."  Sechelt RCMP said no charges would be  laid and that Uie road conditions were a direct  contribution to the cause of the accident.  The truck and trailer were removed  .Thursday, ,  Driver of the truck, an Alberta resident,  was not identified. Tho trailer was owned by  Macleods Stores and was returning from  Powell River when Uio mishap occurred.  The passenger side of the truck cab was  extensively damaged. Tho car was a total  wreck.  Damage cxtlmatos to the retaining wall  and landscaping were not available.  Tho truck left Uio highway about 150  metres past a sharp curve In tho highway, A  witness paid tho truck made tho corner nnd  Uicn slld'on Uio slippery highway, Tho truck  camo to rest a fow feet from the gnrngo nnd  houso.  The school board has agreed to reconsider  its decision to build the coast's new secondary  school near Sechelt ice arena.  Trustees assured an angry delegation of  parents Feb. 13 that they would commission  ah engineering study of both the Sechelt and  ���Selma. Park sites 'before deciding on a  location. -  In a press release prepared after the  meeting, the board stressed it had decided  last summer to build the junior secondary  school at the arena site.  But, "... the choice between the two sites  presented a difficult decision as neither  location offered much advantage over the  other."  The-decjding factors in favor of the arena  site were water availability and accessibility,  trustees said. ���  A delegation of close to 20 members of the  Roberts Creek Parents' Auxiliary presented  a brief in support of the Sehna Park site and  harangued the board for allegedly concealing  its decision to build on the arena.site.  NOT TRUE  Trustee Joe Horvath countered: "I get the  inference that we were working behind  everybody's back. That's not true. We had no  reason to support one site over another. I  don't own property, near either one."  Trustee Jack MacLeod said: ' 'The dicision  has been made to build at the arena site. This  is our intention at the moment"  Chairman Peter Prescesky added: "But  (the decision) is not irreversible."  Sechelt resident Jack Gibb said he was  "flabbergasted" toleanithat ah ehgiheerihg  study had not been conducted before into  alternative schbolsites. "It doesn't sound like  afvery study was made of it," he said.  |lSecretary-'treasurer Roy Mills said holes  had been dug at both the Sechelt and Selma  Park sites to determine the feasibility of  building a,school there. .  "The architect got a good idea of the sub-  ^Strata,^nd,terrain andsaid we could build on  '-'efifier^-^BSfe^  detailed design of the foundations -that'an  engineering study would be needed."  CLIFF  Roberts Creek resident Leo Nestman said  a 15 per cent grade at a school site would  produce a 30 foot bank at one end of the  playground and a 30 foot "cliff" at theother.  "At the arena site, there is a 12 to 16 per  cent grade," ,he said.  In their brief, the Roberts Creek delegation  outlined a number of claimed advantages at  the Selma Park site:  ��� it is owned by the school board  ��� the regional board would supply water  ��� approximately 200 students would be  able to walk from home to the school, saving  busing costs.  ���7- the proposed new highway would pass  close to the site  ��� there is a possibility for expansion  ��� the site is on a southern slope, and could  feed by gravity Into any future sewer system  ��� the site is central to population and  basically level.  The bried maintained that extracurricular activities would not be restricted  at Selma Park because of tho number of  children living within walking distance of tho  on  PROBLEMS  Arguing against the arena site, the  Roberts Creek parents said there were  drainage problems on lots 1 and 2 and the  grade of the site would increase construction  costs.     ,,   _' "'  They claimed the existing road to the site  was unsafe.  The brief recommended," "a thorough  study of alternative sites... with full  disclosure to the public of all information  gathered during the study."  The parents' auxiliary also urged the  board to disclose all available information on  alternative sites at public meetings and to  include the public in the decision-making  process before a school site is finally selected.  A second brief in support of the Selma  Park site was submitted to the board by the  Wilson Creek Community. Association.  In the brief, Joan Wall, secretary of the  organization, outlined, many of the same.-  objectipns to the Sechelt; site that had: been  put forward by the Roberts Creek group.  HEARINGS  ' 'We urgently request that public hearings  be held ih order to discuss these points," said  Mrs. Wall.  Earlier in the meeting,-a letter wassub-  mitted from regional district works  superintendent Gordon Dixon outlining the  abailability of water at the two sites.  He stressed that he did not have time to  have the letter ratified by the regional board,  "so it will have to remain my opiniononly."  Dixon said the arena site was served by a  well and storage tank system, but "the supply  is limited and would not be large enough to  supply a school."  He said the arena site water system would  have to be linked to the-regional district  supply through Marine View Estates, owned  by Len Van Egmpnd; ^ f % i:%  -*'This cost will::^-.^i^h)f0^^^j[vs^  vEstates'  Dlxpin saidj. (  ''In the ^eianwhile, there "is sufficient  water available at the site to supply all  construction needs."  He said a fire hydrant would be installed at  the present water storage tank site to serve  both the arena and the school.   ,  On the other hand, the-Selma Park .-site  was,"... at an elevation which is too high for  us to serve water to."  BOOSTER PUMP  He said that a booster pump would have to  be provided to supply domestic water to the  Selma Park site, and another booster pump,  valued at $20,000, installed for fire protection.  "I believe the road access from the fire  hall to the arena site is slightly faster than  Selma Park site because of the steeper  grades," he said.  Dixon suggested, that the board should  have an engineer's study made on the two  sites. i  Tim Frizzell, area C representative on the  regional board, said Dixon's letter had not  been endorsed by the board and, "I Uilnk you  would get a different view from the regional  board."  Prescesky said; "I don't know how the  v  \  PETER PRESCESKY  a   a  a StUC^S 0^^  (regional) board can change the facts."  Frizzell felt: "There has to be a reason  why there has been no .developmentofsmall  subdivisions (at the Sechelt arena site). It  was predicted that the area would have  severe problems with (sewage) disposal."  He said he was confident an engineer's  study would bear this out.  "I feel it would have been advisable to  have an engineer's study before."  SOON  : Larry Grant, vice-principal atJSlphins-  torie^Secondary SchooljiK^  ;would be without a proper school in;Sep-  tember.  "We want the correct decision-to be made,  but we hope it will be done quickly."  Grant said he represented a teachers'  committee and, "we want a school built as  soon as possible, wherever."  Frizzell said he firmly believed in neighbourhood schools, and, "Selma Park or a  similar site is more suitable "because of the  population in the surrounding area.  Prescesky said the board had authorized  an engineering study of the two sites. "When  the engineering study comes, we will  reconsider our decision and will consider  public meetings."  And he said the board would take the  Roberts Creek group's presentation under  advisement.  eveniBcnes  01 new snow  Seven moro Inches of snow dumped on tho  meteorological station In Gibsons Inst week.  Thnt brought the precipitation total for the  month to 2.7.9 Inches,  Temperature, on February 11 dropped to 22  with a high that afternoon of 30. February 10  wns tho warmest day of tho week with tho  mercury 'pushing' into tho 40's.  FEBRUARY 8-14  I.   II     R S  Pro.  i.                ' Ins, Ins,  Ins.  February II.,,,, 22    .'10    nil 1,0    ,1(1  ^P6lM'HiVry0T777,T.T;2fl'*~"'3fl    ."04* 2.4    .20*  February 10     20    41    nil T      T  Fobruuryll ,,,,,    27    :��9   1,22 2,00 1.42  F��brunryl2 !I0    HO    .111 nil   .10  FobruuryW M   4ft    nil nil    nil  February H 79   4.1   nil U    .12  Weeks totnl rainfall -1.44; Snowfall ��� 7.2;  Precipitation - 2.10.  February preelp, - 2,70"; 197ft - preclp. -  11.49",  tt' wl Ifr-if FmJl fciufl vi il V���in ^  School spending will rcaclvn now high this  year,  Tho board of trustees last week brought  down a record budget calling for total ex-  pcntlturo of ,p,:i!)n,2;!9, an Increnso of almost  .$000,000 over tho previous yoar,  I-ocal taxpayers will seo the mill rate  Jump from 29,(10 In 1074 to 34,10 this yonr,  .according,, to., estimates., submitted- to.4ho   board's Fob, 13 mooting,  In presenting tho budget to trustees for  adoption, secretary-treasurer, Roy Mills sidd  It would, "provide for a sound educational  program nt a mill rate that Is ono of tho  lowest In tho province.  Ho said that the eost-por-pupll would bo  slightly higher than tho provincial average,  'Superintendent"'Rollnnd Flnnim"agreed,"  "It's an educational budget,"  lie said he wns happy to soo tho board  Include In this year's budget the cost of  educational television (ETV) equipment.  Chairman Peter Prescesky said tho liason  nnd advisory committees, which comprlso  representatives of the board and teachers,  had been of great assistance In tho  preparation of Uio budget,  Sections A to D of tho budget, which Include administration, maintenance, repairs  and-tho .largest spending category.of-all,-  tonchcr?' salaries, call for expenditure of  42,995,103. ������'������.���  Sections 13 and F --pupil transportation  and extra services such as hun't programs -~  account for a further $204,000.  A total of $01,400.Ih budgottcd for non-  operating expenses such as provision of adult  cducntlon courses and driver training,  Over $2(14,000 will go towards debt service  costs, '  t  The budget now goes to the department of  education for approval.  ���SracilRI'/r - Now chief of Uio Socholt  Indian Rand la Culvln Craignn.  Ho defeated incumbent chief Henry Paul!  In tho Feb, 1.1 election by 04 bote to 42.  Cralgan, who owns a painting-and dec--  prating firm, ,/>tarts his two-year term as  chief March 17 '  Four councillors woro also elected at tho  poll. Gilbert .Joe and Ted Dixon retained their  positions nnd Stan .loo and Tom Paul wcro  t  '���  named councillors for tho first tlmo.  Crnlgnn and tho counsellors will bo sworn  In March 17 by a representative of tho federal  deportment of Indian nffnlrs,  ���--The new chief to carrying on a tradition  established by Ids father, Charles Crnlgen,  who served ns chief for three terms and  became oao of tho most respected dignitaries  la tho band's history, according to counsellor  (illboK .loo,  Elphinstone Secondnry School will go off  Its present shift system In September.  ���School board trustees Inst "week backed  tills recommendation from principal Don  Montgomery.  Under Montgomery's proposal, GOO students  would bo accommodated In tho rebuilt school  and tho remaining 230 pupils In portable  classrooms and Uio annex.  The overflow students would occupy four  rooms In tho annox and flvo portable  classrooms until the coast's now Junior  secondary school Is completed, ho Indicated.  ���Montgomery felt the 230 students could Iks*  accommodated "quite nicely" In temporary  classrooms until tho new school Is built,  Ho felt ElphliiHtono's projected student  population of 030 "may tax somo .specialty  areas", but ho was optimistic this could bo  remedied by extending tho school diiy/for  somo students,  Superintendent Roland Hanna said ho  supported Montgomery's proposal,  "In tho last year, tho students have boon'  ono hour a day short on Instructional time,  "because of tho shift system, ho snld, "and  thoro has boon nochanco for an effective  athletic program," ���,  Trustee Colin Fisher added: "I don't think  most people would argue the valuo of a full  school day. 1 always foil tho children woro  Iwlng short clHingCfl,"-"  ��.���..,���-   She maintained that Elphlntdono students  had been short changed oven Iwforo tho fire  Iwcauso of "Inndeouale facilities,"  According to Montgomery's proposal,  three portable iVwhroorrw and the tempornry  . off Ico will bo removed from tho school alto  when reconstruction Is completed,  He predicted a student of population of 030  students for the next school your, ngaltwt V0f��  at present,  * 1  I   j||W-|-M|f I��  Page A-2 < Ibe Peninsula Times  . Wednesday, February 19,1975  Regional board comments termed 'garbage'. ..  June Bandi, vice president of local chapter  of Registered Nurses Association of B.C.  presented a cheque for $1300 to MUriel Ball of  Sunshine Coast Scholarship and Loan fund.  Money had been collected in memory of the  late Margaret Lambe, at a dance in  November and other social functions. It will  be used to give financial help to persons  studying nursing and related fields.  The annual meeting of local chapter of  RNABC. was held on February 3. New officers elected were:   President M. Richter,  Inglis, treasurer Suzanne Darby, program  April McKenzie and publicity Susan Steed.  Registered nurses will be involved in the  instruction ofhpmemakers in first aid.  Two RN's have volunteered to instruct  Wilson Creek Girl Guides in the fundamentals  of home nursing.  A dinner meeting with guest speaker from  the unemployment insurance commission is  planned for March 3. Any RN interested in  attending should contact Mrs. McKenzie  before Feb. 27.  -SPGA-to-bbkb  GIBSONS���Opposition from the regional  district to Gibsons' proposed boundary expansion has drawn fire from village council.  Aid. Stuart Metcalfe said he was, "completely disillusioned" with the .regional  district after reading a letter directors had  sent to minister of municipal affairs James  Lorimer.  In the letter, signed by all directors, the  board charged that Gibsons had acted contrary to the concept of regional government  by not informing the board of their expansion  plans.  The expansion move had created,  "general unrest and dispondency" among  regional district residents, the letter claimed.  Metcalfe said the letter was, ''filled with  half truths and distortions" and that  publication of the letter in the local press had  brought about "violent opposition" to the  village's boundary extension proposals.  'Tip taking a strong stand on the matter  and not missing the boat by letting garbage  like'this'be circulated without rebuttal," said  Metcalfe.  committee, said he did not want to stir up  animosity with other local bodies, "but I  believe they should be properly informed."  Acting mayor Kurt Hoehne said all the  regional district directors had signed the  letter and were apparently in agreement with  it,   ,  Metcalfe said that Lorimer had stated he  was not against council's application to extend its boundaries.  "He said it was due and timely," reported  /the alderman; "He agrees that industry  should contribute to the tax base of the area  public meeting  While the Sunshine Coast is stepping  around it's dog problem, a man who may  have some answers is coming to the area.  G. Jaorwski of the Vancouver SPCA will  be speaking at a public meeting at Whitaker  House in Sechelt at 7:30 p.m. February 19.  The meeting follows the recent reactivation of the SPCA locally.  Fromthepulpit  ���by Pastor Gerry Foster,  Ih the last few years we have often heard  expressions, such as 'on a high' or 'high on  dope'. A high is an experience which is  brought on by dope, alcohol, glue or some  other substance.  One thing that seems clear from this is  that the individual wanting this 'higiV is not  satisfied or content with himself-,-in his  present state. He wants to reach out to  something beyond or above himself. One is  looking for a sense of bliss and peace of mind  or on the other hand is trying to lift himself  out of present frustrations or problems. Now  there is nothing odd about this for all of us  realize sometime in our life that something is  missing, that we are incomplete in our  present condition.  What is odd, however, and rather sad, is  for us to think that dope, alcohol, glue-  sniffing, or any such thing will meet the need  that we are trying to satisfy by going on these  so-called highs. You are reaching above and  beyond yourself for an experience because  God made you and right now you are  separated from Him. But you can be  reconciled with God for Jesus Christ has  bridged the gap.  v You must reach out to Him for an experience which will bring you face to face  with a personal-infinite God. Jesus said: "you  must be born-agaln"; this phrase can also  mean born from above. Reach out to Jesus,  He is reaching out to you.  Recyclo this Fdownpoporl  FINANCIAL assistance for some person  -who -wishes���to-^entec���the���nursing-  profession or a related field got a boost  from the Sunshine Coast Registered  Nurses Associatibn. Association vice-  president June Bandi, right, presented  the Sunshine Coast Scholarship, Bursary  Squaringly yours  and Loan Society with a cheque for  $1,300.���Accepting -the^heque-isJVIrs.-  Muriel Ball, president of the society.  Local nurses raised the money at  several functions including a dance in  November-.  All Canadians will have an opportunity to  test their driving skills onMarch2, when the  Canadian Broadcasting Corporation presents  a one hour" program called the Canadian  Drivers'Test.  Local listings should be checked for the  time of the nationwide telecast, which is  being produced and directed by Bill Bolt .and  hosted by Allan Miller.  He said council should put its side of the  expansion story before the public, "and put  our cards right on the table, where they  belong."  Metcalfe, chairman of council's planning  LOOrCFOR THIS SIGN  that serves it." r  Hoehne said he had complete faith in the  department of municipal affairs, and their  handling of the expansion application.  "We're in good hands," he said.  Multiple choice "questions on correctr  driving procedures will be submitted to both  the viewing public .and a studio audience of  200. The studio audience response will ���be  compared against two high-mileage  professional drivers, one from Edmonton and  one from Moncton, and a university graduate  from Toronto.  The right way to kill time is to work it to  death.  Square dancers are without a doubt, a  very special type people. Very closely related  to the early pioneers who, when they  travelled ^  going to stop. Well, square dancers are the  same; through rain, sun, heat or snow, a  square dancing they will go.  Remember Friday 7? All that snow around  and the hiU to the Sunshine Coast Golf and  Country Club clubhouse covered in the picturesque white stuff (with a dash of ice underlay).  Well, I went up in the afternoon, got half  way up the hill and there I stopped. I looked to  the left at a four foot ditch and thought "that's  no place to slide into". So I looked to the  right: another bank which of course once you  slid over, you would be down onto the golf  course itself. So, I thought to myself, "that's  no place to be puttering around". I went back  home, put on my chains. In the meantime my  baby boy Peter went up and down the hill  several times to break trail with his four  wheel drive Jeep (or so he says; I think he  was just playing around). Anyway, over two  sets came out to square dance and a good  time was had by all.  On the following Sat. night, Feb. 8, our  Country Stars were invited to the home of  Helen and Bill Weinhandl, in Gibsons where  two sets turned out to have more fun with the  help of Helen and Bill in the art of square  dancing.  The Weinhandl home is one of great design  BY MAURICE HEMSTREET 885-3359  and beauty and it would take too long to go  into detail to describe the different ideas of  what a comfortable home should be like. Bill  andhishelpershave donei a fantastic job; but  then, square dancers always do things right  and we hope that Bill and Helen will join our  club. After all, they were members of the  Gibsons Squarenaders and had sqaure  danced with the Sechelt Promenaders, so  with these two clubs joined together as The  Country Stars and square dancing at Roberts  Creek, they should feel right at home.  To wind up our square dance evening with  the Weinhandls, we sat down to a coffee break  supreme with food that was hard to resist,  prepared by Helen and her helpers. Maybe  even Bill gave a hand. But to Helen and Bill,  from the Country Stars, we thank you for a  very wonderful evening, also tiuinks to caller  Harry Robertson and his helper Slim  Pickens.  Well, I must get along and-see my old  friend the Editor so I will leave you with this  thought in mind, if you have something to do,  DO IT TODAY! TOMORROW IT MAY BE  TAXED OR ILLEGAL ~ CHOW, Square  Dancers. :'  *���  Custom Built  EXPERIENCED  D.Pacoy  539-2435  CARIBOO AUTO SALVAGE LTD.  Quick Removal of all Scrap Metal  Objects-'LARGE OR SMALL WE  HAUL EM ALL'  Specializing in Trucks and Heavy  , Equipment of all types, also Car-Bodies  and Tin removed. Complete yard cleanups arranged.  Phone mV&T&mOOOO CpUect  Serving the Sunshine Coast  W^giS^^  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  (By-Election)  Public^ notice Is horoby glvon to tho oloctors of the municipality aforesaid that a  poll has become necessary at tho by-oloctlon now ponding, and that I havo  granted such poll; and, further, that the persons duly nominated as candidates at  tho said oloctlon, for whom only votos will bo received, are;���  Oho (1)'��� Aldorman ��� for tho unexpired torm ondlng December 31, 1975.  SURNAME  OTHER  ���NAMES^���  OFFICE  4  RESIDENTIAL   ADDRESS-J���L  OCCUPATION  METZLER  WEDB  James Soymour  Toronco        Aldorman  , Aldorman  1526 Sargont Rd.  Hopkins Landing  Rotlrod  Dontlst  Such poll will bo oponod at tho Gibsons, Municipal Office, 1490 South Fletcher  Road on tho 22nd day of Fobruary, 1975, botwoon tho hours of 0:00 a.m. and OiOO  p.m., of which ovory person Is horoby roqulrod to tako notice and govern himself  accordingly.  Glvon under my hand this 3rd, day ol February, 1975,  ^.Copland,  Returning Officer  :'dsJS��i&iwATsii,Sji.iS  ass  I  iiyiiBiaaAaiiMsgiij^  CARPET CLEA^IIIG  by ARGOSHEEN  Headquarters at Seaview Market,  Roberts Creek- ...,,..?..  10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  Monday to Saturday  Coast Carpet Cam  Authorized  CUSTOM   r\AT)1USr  SKATE CARE  CENTER  Some Women's Figure Skates NOW  Available  Try CUSTOM RADIUS Skate  Sharpening, and Get the  .Next 3 Sharpenings for  50c Each.  Custom Radius corrects these common sharpening errors:  Radius too small. Not enough  blade on ice. Skating speed  is limited.  Radius too large. Too much  blade on 'ice. Poor maneuverability.  Blade contacting on two  points. Limited skate control.  Radius improperly positioned. Muscle fatigue. Reduced skating efficiency.  Government of the Province of  British Columbia  \m\rn  t H' ������' ���("  ���'  A person must obtain a permit from the Department of Highways before he  can do any of the following things on a provincial highway:  * Construct a building closer than 25 feet to a right-of-way boundary.  * Construct a driveway within the right-of-way.  ���* Construct a utility within the right-of-way.  * Put up a mail box within the right-of-way.  * Construct a parking area within the right-of-way.  * Place any sign within the right-of-way.  * Install any gate or fence across public right-of-way.  * Connect a private drainage system Into a highway or street system.  * Put up a sign or billboard or private property within 1000 feet of the  right-of-way In unorganized territory.  Person wishing to do any of these things are strongly urged to apply for  permits before committing themselves to the work as permits may be refused In  somo cases or plans modified in others.  There aro other regulations prohibiting such things as tracking mud on tho  roadway or dumping ref uso or litter on the right-of-way,  ,,,,-,���  Provincial Highways are any public roads or stroots In unorganlxod territory,  that Is, aroas outsldo municipal boundaries, and certain dosignatod roads and  "'str'ootsu'vvlfHInA'organlxo>tl"'iTiunlctpallttosrMMU"  '��-"��'-��������������'*- .-^-^--^h^^.^-^^^.--^^^.   v*���   ��������.  Proporty owners In unorganized aroas aro advised that subdivisions of land  roqulro tho approval of a Dopartmont of.Highways Approving Offlcor. Salo  agroomonts should not bo ontorod Into unless tho proporty owner Is soiling a  whole parcel of land,  This notlco Is a limited summary Intended only for Information  purpoaoo. Lack of commont on any particular practice or activity Involving provincial highways does not nocossarlly moan It Is  necessarily lawful or unregulated, - ���--"*���-      ���������- ~t-~ ������ - *  Persons rocjulrlng more detail about mattors montlonnd hero, or Information on oilier related sub|octn, should contact thoir noarost Department of  Highways District Offlco,  \ I    ���  ���.��  \  ���   3.  V  /'  i  1.  THE MARKET PLACE is no place for a  j)rincess. Here the piincess' rtatrwLPot  Mackenzie tries , to drive away the  merchants, (played by, from right,  Victor Kalvei, Ian Corrance, Bob Barr,  Zeke Seigrist and flower-seller Maggi  Guzzi), from the princess, Sue Roberts.  All this goes on in Driftwood Players  pantomine production of 'Aladdin' which  will be performed in local schools in the  near future. The cast of 24 includes  Aladdin, the genie, the evil Mustopha  and a talking cow named Moona.  ���Timesphoto  The Peninsula Times PageA-3  Wednesday, February 19,1975  can't do the job  who fills in     '  for it?   patniapacnoM  The Canadian movement lor personal fitness.  ^4^/^fo^  ��� YOUR    LOCAL    FUNERAL    HOME  OFFERS A COMPLETE RANGE OF  SERVICES, FUNERAL QR ;  MEMORIAL, AT MODERATE COST.  ��� THE LOCAL FUNERAL HOME  HONOURS THE CONTRACTS OF  ALL . FUNERAL PLANS OR  DESIGNATION FORMS OF ALL  MEMORIAL SOCIETIES.  ��� THERE IS NO FEE FOR FILING YOUR  FUNERAL PRE-ARRANGEMENTS OR  DESIGNATIONS WITH THE LOCAL  FUNERAL HOME.  CONVENIENCE OF THE LOCAL  FUNERAL HOME IS VERY IMPORTANT IN TIME OF NEED.  *?vt frtntttvt ktfoxmatfoK oh-  t&e ofovt, o* 6 pue frtH&iol  Hlline FUNERAL H01E  1665 Seaview Rd.  Gibsons, B.C. 886-9551  Dan A. Devlin, Owner-Manager  V  For second offense  Gary IJensmore was sentenced to 14 days  in jail Feb. 13 after.he pleaded, guilty to his  second impaired driving offense.  Crown prosecutor Hugh McCallum said  police checked accused near Gibsons Feb. 4  after they noticed him driving erratically and  swerving over the centre line.  A breathalyzer test put Densmore's blood-  alcohol ratio at .25, said McCallum.  Densmore admitted a previous conviction  for impaired driving.  Judge   Ian   Walker,    sitting   in   for  vacationing Judge J.S.P. Johnson, said accused's breathalyzer reading, "indicated a  high state of intoxication".  ir^He^told^DensmorerHYoa-w^  you could have killed someone".  Judge Walker suspended accused's  licence for one month, in addition to handing  down the jail term.  :  In other court news, Norman Mackay was  found not guilty of hit and run.  Accused was charged with failing to stop,  and give his name after he collided with  another vehicle Nov. 25 at the junction of  Highway 101 and North Road in Gibsons.  McCallum told the court that accused  turned onto North Road from the highway  and collided with a truck stopped temporarily  in the oncoming lane.  Accused said he did not realize he had  struck the other vehicle. He said he felt a  slight impact, but thought he had driven over  a pothole.  Judge Walker said the driver of the other  vehicle, A.G. Carmichael, ahd testified he did  notfeel a "bump" at the time of the accident.  "There is no greater likelihood that(-  Mackay) knew he had an accident," the judge  found.  Karen Malek was fined $25 for being in  licenced premises while a minor.  The offense took place Nov. 27 in Gibsons.  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  T  i  a    <<  Film Show at the Welcome Beach Hall  tomorrow (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. will include "Wings to Scandinavia" covering  Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland, and  a film on the U.S.S.R. Also in the program  will be the "Peace Game", a film about the  game reserves in South Africa.  The last program on February 6th was a  popular one and well received. "Enduring  Wilderness"   offered   magnificent   photographic studies of Canada's eighteen national  parks. It is stressed the need for more land to  set aside as national parks to enable mankind ;  to escape from his evergrowing man-made  environment and breathe the tonic of the  wilderness. A real delight was Tattoo 67, a  colorful film of the Canadian forces military  tattoo which was part of the 1967 centennial  celebrations. While covering the militar^  totory of the: last 300 years, it cohtaihed  many light and humurous touches and some  spectacular gymnastics performed by cadets  of the Royal Military College at Kingston.  Another impressive film showed the journey  of the Manhattan, the first commercial vessel  to negotiate the Northwest Passage in 1969,  accompanied by the John A. MacDonald. "A  Fable fOr Friendship", a Chechoslovakian  #egQry,1showed UNESCO as the crossroads  of mankind ��� a place where people canrmeet  and exchange ideas.  The Welcome Beach Hall was closed for  several days last week while work continued  on the extension. On Wednesday, following  one of the worst snowstorms of the year, a  work party gathered at the hall to install  insulation in the new addition.  While the older residents may complain  about the snow and the difficulty of getting  around, to the younger element it is usually  a source of fun .and often an excuse for a  holiday. That happened last Wednesday when  the Halfmoon Bay School was compelled to  close because of a power outage due to the  snowfall. Two days before, the school bus  which called to collect them from the school,  at 3:30 p.m. broke down when it had limped as  far as the Cor Zuidema home. That provided  '" the children with a opportunity for a snowball  fight until the relief bus came along and  collected them up.  One lady whose plans were badly  disrupted by the snow was .Mrs. Freda  Rhoades, who had planned a weekend visit to  Mrs, B, McCrady on February 7. Between  them they had plotted a celebration for the  80th birthday of Guy Clear. When Mr?.  Rhoades awoke at her Vancouver home on  the morning of tho 7th, in spite of finding a  white world outside her window, she found  her way to the bus depot In time for the 9 a.m.  ���by Mary Tinkle?  bus; She was told that in view of the snow, the  bus would probably be re-routed to the highway and that the company could only undertake to deliver her to Sechelt or the  Halfmoon Bay Shell Station. Reluctantly she  returned home and Guy's birthdav  celebration has been postponed until life is  back to normal.  Quite outstanding among all the winter  palefaces around the Bay are Bob and Jean  Trousdell, just home from Hawaii after j  glorious holiday and a good rest. The weathei  was wonderful most of the time though thej  1 did have two days of heavy rain. One of the  most, interesting days they spent was a full  day's flight in a 9-seater DOVE. They got a  bird's eye view of all the islands and the plane  landed in Hawaii, Molokai and Maui, Which  .enabled them to take bus to  During their absence, two friends, Mr. and  Mrs. Haslam, stayed at their home and  looked after Carrie and Billy.  The Roads Dept. have renamed the roads  in the Eureka subdivision "Eureka Place '  This will cover the original Eureka Road and  the other two roads which form a triangle  with it.  Q|OQaaQDQnt3QQO0ElI3>i3E3E!l!!lQQODnaQaQDQ  Inject Rapco foam between your walls  and under your roof. It firms in seconds  to form a permanent weather barrier.  Check these amazing advantages:  a Cuts heating costs 30% to 50%.  - Draft free. Reaches*air areas that  ordinary insulation can't.  a Done in a day. No fuss, no muss,  n Reduces street noise by 30%.  b Kills rodents and most insects.  ��� Fire resistant and non toxic.  Foam makes sense.- It's the ideal way  to insulate your home. Compare the cost.  For free estimate, phone 524-2557  RAPCO FOAM  P.O. Box 260  New Westminster, B.C. V3L 4Y6  Dealer inquiries invited  ���l   . '. t"      :,r.  fM:'inf,'sr-''"r'v--]  ���a.V'.isj'j'al.'UCI.V.j^  'UTILITY' Grade  !    17  .���--s;-jprr:?  u>auij,.>ui,.a  r-\ 1 v -\  i  a"a��    I'ie      >tt,   ,   I'  f-.--.-.-,-jra!.-,r,-J--,  13.  n  i -.  teia'ai-  ,�� Hind Quarters  IB. .    jfUaj'  fl t'.-l  11 ��� _ .  ^Cfl  CANNED HflSLK   0  Carnation �������� for  APPLE SAUCE  IGA 14 oz   :���.*:���               _ ^_       . 0 0 for*  CAT FOOD  9-Lives ' 6 oz. .  for  APPLE JUICE  York Reconstituted 48 oz.  ORANGE   Tona  CRYSTALS7 oz env.2for  59c  STRAWBERRY JAM  York 24 oz   CHEEZ WHIZ  Kraft 1 lb.   MARGARINE 3" ..  SOFT MARGARINE  IGA 1 lb   LIQUID BLEACH  ^Javox 128oz...,. i   $1.39  $L19  ,*2.09  Tj  nets  es  Citation  O  Cameo  @  Merit  International   9   Monocrost  m  m  ���>:���:<  ���;���:���>.  1.1.11   ���' .K      a  Seen abovo taking delivery of their now 1975 VALIANT are Mr. and Mrs. Red Day of GIBSONS, B.C. Presenting the keys  to the Day's Is sales representative Jim Wheat.  PI  m  U��"i*H  chrysuer \��y  H  M.v*��,4 'S  O   BURLINGTON  O  ���  WEST MILLS      i  ��'ARMSTRONG ���<  CELANESE  HARDING   ozmr���  p  ��.������ ������������� ���ni a-wMH im ������i<����y mmj  mmmm^y  $ G.A.F.      ���' ARMSTRONG  J  FLINTCOTE  �� TAPPAN      ��  INGLIS  ��  FINLAY O JENN-AIR RANGEsH    J  m  To servo Sunshlno Coast residents with thoir car and truck noods, Bolh NEW  and USED. Wo aro tho now "FULL LINE' Dealers for DODGE, PLYMOUTH, CHRYSLER  and DODGE TRUCKS. PLEASE DROP IN AND SEE US AND VIEW THE 1975  CHRYSLER PRODUCTS,  PI  p  m  ���-��:y-  >���  w���i w smi ������ ���������s^wt ��������������<>.ii.>��iiiws>iifasiiwMi��Wa*s.ii*iii'��W��tl tws ^ ^iss, ��.IJ>W. w >m.)w>wHMl,^,i �����> i     t   WT  LOCATED NEXT TO WINDSOR PLYWOOD  ,For Appointment Phone 886-2765  a/J.Ja  VALIANT  CQBBOgj  VANS  MAXI-VANS  DODGE TRUCKS  C^  C0BSS&  MONACO  SSDGg  ;..��-h-.tn.!-..-.iJ|(��^* ..��<-,.-.  j}-x*;  'OW&  Pox 694, GIBSONS  i-S?:?..-?:-:-:'":-:::::-:::^  Hill Copping  nft��r 6 p.in���������"' H85-a2204-  Motor Doolorf Licence D5520  'Full Financing Available'  0  ���pi-  P  fmn\  mRUMUM��UMMUUm\MMMU��UM��U��UUU  .     .  ���     * > /  Copping's Car Town Sales Ltd,  Jim Wh-tat  after 6 p.m. UU5-2140  I  Box 966, Socholt, B.C.  E5  ��� Por. Fast Ad*B3rl��f Seroic��  PHONE 885-3231  Birth Announcements  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  , WESTERN DRUGS  ... are pleased to sponsor this  Birth Announcement space, and  extends Best Wishes to the happy  parents. i  MURRAY and Geraldine Fenn  are happy to announce the  arrival of a son Colin Richard, 9  lbs. 3V2 ozs. on February 3,1975,  at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt. 11120-13  JACK and Lee are proud to announce   the   birth   of   their  daughter Tracy Lee Thompson, 7  lbs. 8 ozs. at St. Mary's Hospital,  -SecheltrB,CyonFebFuaFy-4r-   1975. 11113-13  WORK WANTED  LIGHT, moving and hauling.  House and garden maintenance, rubbish removal, tree  cutting, etc. Free estimates,'  Gibsons to Sechelt. Phone Norm  886-9503. 10266-tfn  NEED a carpenter. Call Bob  Crichton. 883-2312.       1365-tfn  FOR fireplace and brick iwork  call885-2325, 11086-14  FURNACE    installations    and.  burner       service.       Free  estimates. Ph. 886-7111.      36-tfn  WILL butcher, dress or cut'your  meat or game, your place or  ENTERTAINMENT  GIBSONS LANES-Open  bowling Friday 7-11 p.m., Sat.  and Sunday 2-5 p.m. and 7-11  p.m. 10328-tfn  COMING EVENTS  SUNpAY, February 23, 10:30  a.m. and 6 Pain., hear  missionaries from Japan, Linda  and Jake Isaack, at Glad Tidings  Tabernacle, Gibsons.      11126-13  mine. Phone 883-9045     3044-tfn  BACKHOE    available    septic  tanks   sold,   and   installed.  Phone 886-2546. 10513-tf  ���"���,l"1���11"  ���" I   ���-���   -������������ ��� ii-i ��� .^ii���������;���  GENERAL   handyman.    Carpentry,   painting   and   light  hauling. Ph. 886-9516       2285-tfn  Your pictures framed and  mounted from Artistic Woodwork stock. Needlework a  specially. Ponderosa Pines  Trailer Park, Wilson Creek, 885-  9573. 10879-15  PUBLIC meeting of S.P.C.A. to  be held in Whitaker House,  Sechelt, at 7;30 p.m., Feb. 19th.  Special speakers Mr. J. Jaworski  -ofS.P.C.A.,Van. 11149-13  OBITUARY  HAUK���Passed away February  5, J975, Frank Hauk late of  Davis Bay in his 78th year.  Survived by his sister in law Miss  Florence Hales, Davis Bay; 2  stepsons Jack and Raymond  Bennett, Ontario and relatives in  Germany. Rev. E. Lehner  celebrated the Funeral Mass on  Monday, February 10th in the  Holy Familyi Catholic .Churchy,  Sechelt. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. Harvey Funeral  Home Directors. 11118-13  SAULMIER ��� Passed      away  February 13th,  1975. Joseph  Capite Saulnier, late of Sechelt,  B.C., in his 66th year; Survived5;  by his friend Mrs. Nellie Mc-'  Keague and relatives in Nova  Scotia. Funeral service was held'  February   18th   from   Harvey/  Funeral Home,  Gibsons,  conducted   by   Royal   Canadian  Legion Branch 140. Interment  Seaview Cemetery.        11131-13  PIPER���Passed away February  12th;, 1975, Frederick Piper,late,  of Roberts Creek, B.C., in his  83rd year. Survived by his loving  wife Lydia, 1 son William,  McKenzie, B.C., 2 daughters  Martha Piper, Surrey; Anita  Phillips, Renton, Wash., U.S.A.,  11 grandchildren. Funeral service was held Saturday,  February 15th, 1975 from Harvey  ��� Funeral Home, Gibsons. Rev.: J."  Williamson officiated. ���'���  Cremation. In lieu of flowers  donations to Kinsmen  Rehabilitation Foundation,  appreciated. 11135-13  PERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Annonymous  meetings 8:30 p.m. .Thursdays,  Wilson Creek immunity Hall.  Phone 885-3394 and 886-9208. In  Madeira Park meetings Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. in the  Community Hall. 11133-tfn  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  ' The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own uso at The  Times office. 1473-tf  BAHA'IS believe that religion  and science must bo in harmony and In equality of tho  sexes, Ph. 886-2078 or 885-  9450. 11059-tf  WORK WANTED  PEERLESS    Tree    Services.  Benefit from experience, Tree  work guaranteed ond Insured.  Call J. Rlsbey 885-2109.   .130-tfn  HELP WANTED  QUALIFIED Bookkeeper, preferably   with   auto   dealership'  experience. Ph. 885-2204  11140-13  2204.   " 11140-13  LIVE IN companion housekeeper  for elderlvJnHxr ��a��.-c.-v~rt  Comfortable    tome,,   ���berts  Creek. Ph. (112) 261-4462.11142-14  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, February 19,1975  CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by Ugol or Reader advertising  40c  I'owell   River  News  Town   Crier .     ^ C0(1|U ,ine    *  Sechelt Times Ltd.  ot Sechelt B.C. Deaths,     Card     of     Thanks.     In  Established 1963 Memorlam, Marriage and  # Engagement notices are $5.00 (up to  14 lines) and 50c per line ofter that.  ..     .  ��� -'.   j,. ���      Hour words per line.  Member, Audit Bureau K  of Circulations Birth, Notices, Coming Events take  September 30, 1973 regular classified rotes.  Gross Circulation 4446 . .  Paid   Circulation   3894 Ad-Briefs   must   be   paid   for   in  As filed with the Audit Bureau advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  of .'Circulation, .subject'to  audit. Subscription Rates;  Classified Advertisina Rotes: By Mail:  3.Lirie.Ad:Briefs (12 words) Local Area ���._���_$7.00yr.  ���One-insertion-^���_^^- ��� -$I.Pn , Outside Local Area������$8.00yr'  Three Insertions $3.00 U.S.A u $10.00 yr.  Extra Lines (4 words)..   ���....50c Overseas   ..$11.00yr.  'Display Ad-Briefs $3.00 per column Senior Citizens,  inch) ���      Lojal Area .... .....���..$6.00  Box Numbers   50c extra       Single Copiw  ���-.-,.-���-15c  "In the event of o typographical error advertising goods br services, at  p wrong price, goods or services may not be sold and, the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising; is merely an offer to sell, and may  be withdrawn at any time."���(Supreme Court decision). Advertising is  accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that  portion of the advertising space occupied by the erroneous item, together  ���tvith reasonable allowance forsignature, will not be charged for,wbut the  balance of thei sodvertisernent will be pdid for at the applicable rote.  A composition charge is made for advertising accepted and put into  production, but cancelled before publication. Change from original copy  when proof is submitted to customer is also chargeable at an hourly rote  for the additional worls;.    .^ ,, -.'..,-,.  Copyright and/or property rights subsists; in all display advertising ond  _jptl!>eiimrterigLo^peciHn^ of the Sechelt Peninsula Times.;  Permission to reproduce wholly or in port and in any form whatsoever,  particularly by a photographic, or offset process in o publication, must  be obtoined in writing from the publisher. Any unauthorised reproduction  will be subject to recourse In lawr.  EXPERIENCED waitress. Ph.  885-9811. 11143-13  DEPENDABLE man who can  work without supervision.  Earn $14,000 in a year plus bonus.  Contact customers in Sunshine  Ctiast* area; limited auto travel.  We train. Air Mail H. K. Dick,  Pres., Southwestern Petroleum,  P.O. Box 789, Ft. Worth,  Tx. 11119-13  FOR RENT  SUITES  TO  rent.   Heat  and  cablevision incl.  Reasonable  rents. Phone 886-7836.      1425-tfn  WEST Sechelt, 2 bedroom unfurnished home. $200. Ph. 885-  9796. 11137-13  1 BEDROOM unfurnished suite  within .Seehelt. -Private"--en?  trance, utilities incl., available  March 1, $150. Non-smoker. Ph.  885-2451. 11130-13  HALL FOR RENT, Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.    Contact  Bonnie Wigard, 885-9403.11121-tfn  ��� CENTRAL    Gibsons,    former  school board offices,  above  Kruse Drug Store. 885-9366  746-tfn  WANTED TO RENT  RESPONSIBLE person, permanently employed in Sechelt,  wishes to rent on long term lease  or rent-to-buy option, a 2-3 BR  home, Davis Bay to W. Sechelt.  Immed, occup. not essential. Ph.  885-9042,11 a.m.-1p.m.  11094-14  SECHELT���House    or    cabin  ,   secluded area pref. Hydro nqj  essential, reas. rent only. Workin  couple. Write Box 997,  Sechelt. 11132-13  2 OR 3 bedroom home, Gibsons-  Sccholt area. Ph. 885- 3383.  11111-14  REAL ESTATE  BYOWNE^R  Lovely waterfront 3 bedroom  home noar Sechelt. All facilities  etc.  885-2986  11097-13  GIDSONS  1. 1172 Gowor Pt, Rd. ��� 7 yr. now quality 3 bdrm homo, 2 full  baths, fin, roc.rm, $56,500,  2, Sarflont Road ���Now'3 bdrm,   1   1/2  plbg,  aoavlow,  w/w  throughout, $54,300,  .    3, Duplex pn Marino Drive, nlcoly updatod, Incl, appliances,  ..J\onM,!$3J0^  4, Safflont Roacl -- lot with ��oavlow,$ 13,260,  B, Port Mellon Rd, ~~fl year old with 6 bdrm, 2 bathrmi, 1334 sq,  ll, on main, 3/4 bsmt, Igo, lot. $79,900,  SECHELT AREA i  Sand/hook,    Porpolso    Ray ���Waterfront    Lot ,--��� $22,900,    Som|.  walorfronl lot ��� $9,900 with term*.  PENDER HARBOUR AREAi  Ranch with 22 foncod acres updor hoy, 2 bdrm homo, superb S stall  stabling, riding rlno, grandstand, etc, otc, $139,000,,  OA-VWER ISLANDi  Two adjacent lots approx, 90 x 290, Botwoon  Now Brlnhton nnd  Oamblei hbr, $6,000/6,400,   ���. Tor Dotalls/ r. Oorl Damon... 922.5010 ...  ACADIAN MORTOAOE CORP, LTD, -- 926-3256  //203, 24311 Marino Dr., Wost Vancouvor  MIsTHARNESi 922.5010  T  926-3256  REAL ESTATE  REAL ESTATE  PRIVATE SALE���Fully serviced  lots on Pratt Road, Gower  Point area. Priced for quick sale.  Level, nicely treed. Terms if  desired. For further information  call 886-2891. 11049-13  $2500DOWN  SELMA PARK ��� PRIVATE  SALE     '  Ideal retirement or starter home.  Good clean condition. 2 bedroom  with large^ kitchen and L-R.  Recently updated. Sign on.  property. Owner will carry  contract for suitable party. For  Further details call Mr. Moore.  879-7104 bus. or 434-2881 res.   "-' " 10915-13  SOUTHERN exposure on top of  Langdale Chines, % acre view  lot No. 4. fully serviced nicely  treed, with some improvements.  Asking $13,500. Ph. 885-3185  evenings. 11144-tfn  NOBONUS  Interim      mortgage      funds  available to private parties and  builders for construction pur-,  poses in this area.  WHICKHAM, MORTGAGE  & LAND LTD.  4329 Keith Road  West Vancouver  922-9229  11019-13  WANTED, . .REAL ESTATE  Secholt.., Pender Harbour Area Preferred  By responsible party ,., no tr.lf lers please  Acreage with homo... Rustic setting ,..  MUST BE.,, Watorfront or good view with moorage  MUST BE.,, Secluded but Accessable  Send Information.,, Price and Snaps to,..  J. L. SMITH  1700, 90th Avo.  Dawson Croek, B.C.  L  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  (ON HIGHWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD)  AUTHORIZED AGENT  SARGEANTS BAY WATERFRONT LOT ��� Largo lovol building slto on this  lovoly vlow dcro, Easy access to boautlful pobblo boqch, Pino swimming  and summer moorago, Prlcod to soil quickly at $20,000, '   "'���, - -"���- ���'- '* -- ��� --i  Boautlful 4 bodroom ft don homo on Ruby Lako, Built In 1974 and has  many -unlquo features, Corpotod throughout, Has carport plus Igo,  workshop and private float, On Hydro, Full Prlco $75,000 with ono third  down,  Brand now homo- 1120 sq, ft. Including 3 bodrooms, hall batman!  and a magnlflcon! v|ow of harbour, Sunny noulhorn oxposuro, An  oxcollont buy at $43,000.  Largo houso with vlow on ovor 3 acros o| valuable corner property at  Klalndalo, This |ust could bo the host Investment around at $40,000,  BEAUTIFUL PANABODE ��� on high vlow property ovorlooklno Gordon  Boy, Quito compact with ono bedroom on main ond other accommodation down, Built In range, wall to wall carpeting and largo  sundock. Full price $34,900,  VIEW HOME ON ?ECLUDED ACRE --overlooks, Malasp'lno Strait, 2  bedrooms on main and two In boioment, A nlco homo for lomoono,  $33,900,  WATERFRONT LOT In Bargain Harbour altering 100' deep moorago  and level building site, This lot It serviced and a good buy at $29,500,  ONE ACRE LOT - In Gordon Uny, Close lo all shops and mnrlnns,  Wotor and Hydro serviced, The price Is |ust $17,900.  GIBSONS    RADIO   CABS -���- Hero's    a    period    setup    for    family  operation . ��� , Idoal lor someone now living In'tho area who would llko  -���fo bo Ihoir own boss ,7,3 lax Is '"nnd7bn||y''WoVlh()i'7.7 $40,000" Wllh"'  terms, '  WE CAN SHOW YOU A VARIETY OF BEAUTIFUL VIEW BUILDING LOTS  (ONE 15 WITHIN ABOUT 50' OF THE WATER) ALL SERVICED AND ALL  !   LOW PRICED .., ENQUIRE NOW BtrORE THE SPRING RUSH.  THONE 003-2794  John Broon Jock Hormon  003-9970 003-2745  NEW HOME  3 bedroom full basement home,  has double plumbing, attached  carport and sun deck. Close in  Sechelt location.  Contact owner   885-9851      10900-tfn  WANTED to buy approx. 5 acres  with small house, Sechelt or  Roberts Creek area; Private. Ph.  (112)987-1775. 11090-14  TRADES CONSIDERED  3 bedrspm, separate -dining  room, full basement, deluxe  home. -Choice...- view lot  overlooking - Sechelt Inlet, convenient to the arena and Village  of Sechelt. Many features. Phone  885-2894 or 885-9851.  10921-tfn  WANTED���5-10 acres in Roberts  Creek or Halfmoon Bay area,  with    or    without    buildings.  Private sale. Ph. (112)985-8110.    11099-14  ���1   ���' ��.:��� $32,900 F.P.  GIBSONS ��� Thisisa wonderful  buy for someone. Charming well  built 2 bedroom finished  basement home, oh Gower Point  Road. Must be seen. Private sale.  886-9042 886-9852  11125-tfn  PHONE: PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Member of Multiple Listing Service  TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  !  ���  ������ m ������ I m*f  ^-CEDARTROME^TGARDEN BAYRESTATES  Cedar home, built 1974-3 BR, full basement, w-w carpet, double  carport, very large sundeck, stone fireplace. Livingroom and dining  room have open beam ceilings, master BR has full ensuite plumbing.  Situated on semi-waterfront view lot. Southern exposure. $69,500.  GARDEN BAY WATERFRONT  Approx. 3 1/2 acres with approx. SOO ft. sheltered waterfronfage -  water, hydro and road access. An excellent parcel. $100,000.  MIDDLE POINT ACREAGE  19.9 acres of nicely treed property on Hwy. 101, with furnished one BR  cottage - 2 pee. bathroom and sundeck. $42,000.  APPROX. 5 ACRES ��� KLEINDALE  Approx.  5 acres fronting on Hwy.  101  - possible subdivision site.  $25,000. '    '        '  DEEP WATER MOORAGE-OYSTER BAY  Approx. 2.9 acres of flat, treed waterfront with approx. 175' sheltered,  low bank shoreline. Westerly exposure. Water and hydro available. A  good buy at $39,000.  2.33 ACRES ���GARDEN BAY ROAD  2.33 acres with creek, 940 sq. ft. 3 BR home - needs repairs and  decorating: Low taxes. $34,000.  SEMI-WATERFRONT VIEW HOME  3 BR family home in Garden Bay - brick fireplace, sundeck, carport, full  basement. Level corner lease lot, landscaped, fruit trees. $45,000.  VIEW HOME ��� MADEIRA PARK  Attractive full basement home, built Auaust, 1972. Approximately  1,288 sq. ft. with 3 BRs, master ensuite. Carport and large covered  sundeck. Situated on large, partially landscaped view lot. Close to all  conveniences. $55,000. Existing first mortgage approx. $20,000 at 9  1/2% per annum.  FURNISHED COTTAGE - GARDEN BAY  Comfortable 2 BR cottage on 2 large lease lots. Leases have approx. 18  years remaining plus 20 year option. Close to stores, marinas and post  office. $15,000.  HOME AND APPROX. 5 ACRES  Located on hwy. 101 at Middle Point. 2 BR home, oil furnace, separate  garage ahd workshop. $35,000.  Park,  4.  LOTS  BARGAIN HARBOUR���app/ox. 1 acre, nicely treed and  secluded, 35'xlO' one BR mobile homo. Immediate possession.  $35,000.  NARROWS  ROAD���good building lots   near  Madeira  $9,000 to $11,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES���serviced lots,, some with view, In this  area of fine homes. $7,500 to $11,900.  MADEIRA PARK SUBDIVISION-^ serviced lots,  $9,800' and  .   $10,000.  5. NARROWS ROAD-Approx. three quarter aero of lovol land with  an excellent view of Harbour. 400' to wator. Serviced with wator  and hydro. $22,000.  6, MADEIRA PARK���2 sorvlcod lots, suitable for mobllo homo.  $8,000 and $22,000,  MADEIRA PARK ROAD���building lot, close to school, storos,  gov't wharf.and post offlco. $9,500.  MADEIRA. PARK���2 commercial lots ��� $16,000 and $10,500,  GARDEN BAY���sorvlcod vlow lot on Gordon Bay Road In Garden  Bqy, Driveway In and lovol building slto cloarod, $11,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA���largo, vory' lovol trood lot ��� oxcollont for  mobllo homo, Wator & hydro avallablo. $10,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� largo sorvlcod lot, good vlow of Harbour  and mountains, $12^900,  7,  8,  9,  10.  11.  WATERFRONT HOME    SILVER SANDS  Approx, 500' oxcollont low bank Gulf watorfront, 9.0 acros, Com-  forlablo 3 BR homo, stono flroplaco, 4lh BR, recreation room and  powder room on lower lovol. Prlvato marine railway for hauling boat  Into basomont shop, $160,000,  GARDEN BAY ESTATES  Fully furnished 2 BR codor homo with good vlow, partial basomont,  ' loroo covorod sundock, shag carpot 8, stono flroplaco, Plus washer,  dryoiv range ft frldgo, Locotod on cholco cornor vlow lot, southern  oxposuro, good garden * cl����o to stores and P.O, $57,300,  Approx, A ocros on Hwy, 101 noar Madolra Park with appro*. 160'  watorfront ��� sholtorod moorago, $57,000,  HOME WITH POOL > HOTEL LAKE  Attractive 3 BR, homo with wAv carpof. acorn flroplaco, 1/2 basomont  Willi storaQii, Boat shop, approx, 20'k9<1\ Situated'on larfl" trood vlow  lot, boautllully landscaped with patios, fl��l\ pools, fruit troos and a 22'  swimming pool, $52,000, *  10.96 ACRES WITH COTTAGE  10,96 acros on Hwy, 101 noar Mlddlo Point. Nlcoly trood proporty with  crook nnd lurnlshod 2 BR cottago, lots of trooi for o log houso,  $50,000,  APPROX. 1900'WATERFRONT. PENDER HARBOUR  14,1)4 Acros wllh opprox, 1,900' sholtorod watorfront, fl DR  homo prosontly boinn mmodollod, plus small cottago mod for offlco,  This proporty has an oxcollont Inrrj" bay and would possibly moM a  lorflo ninrlnn wllh flood occoss from Hwy, 101, $165,000,  ACREAGEi- KLEINDALE  Approx, 16 acros on Hwy, 101 ��� good commercial slto . gravol pit on  proporty, Asklnfl $57,000 and opon |o olfors, Exlsllno mortflnflo ���  npprox., $30,000 ni 10 por cont por onnum,  _SJAVJEWMARKET^ROBERTS CREEfcL  Busy general store, 1 block from waterfront in Roberts Creek. 2 BR  living quarters. Would consider trade for house and/or proporty in  Roberts Creek area. Shows good return on investment. $65,000. plus  cash for stock."      ,  .   EGMONT MARINA - FISHING RESORT  Approx. 4.5 acres, approx. 660' waterfront. 11 motel units, owner's  three bedroom home, restaurant and store (leased out). Standard  Marine station, bait sales, floats, launching ramp, 8 rental boats and 7  motors, camper space, room for expansion. $275,000.  MADEIRA PARK STORE ������ ONE ACRE LAND  Vacant Store building & adjoining one BR living quarters. Newly  decorated. Counters, .shelving, freezer, moot cooler & other misc.  equipment also included. Situated on a one acre parcel across the  street from shopping centre. Approx. 100' frontage on both Madeira  Park Road & Hwy. 101. Immediate possession. $62,500.  READY-MIX CONCRETE BUSINESS & EQUIPMENT  Operating in the Pender Harbour area with two ready-mix trucks, 1  dump truck, 1. loader, gravel crushing and screening plant, gravel  lease. $118,000.  COMMERCIAL ACREAGE WITH REVENUE  4.4commercial acres, adjoining new shopping centre in Madeira Park.  Store building, approx.-3,000 sq. ft., plus 2 houses, all presently leased.  Excellent property for holding or immediate development. Low taxes.  Asking $190,000.  RUBY LAKE MOTEL  11 modern waterfront units, all electric, in a beautiful setting on 4.3  acres, approx. 200' waterfront on Ruby Lake and approx. 800'  waterfront on Lagoon, Hwy. 101 runs through property. Float and  launching ramp on Ruby Lake. $115,000.  *2 fully equipped Fibregiass boats, 37' and 28', Operating a cruising,  fishing and water taxi service in Pender Harbour. Present owner  willing to operate on share basis for one season. $100,000.  RUBY LAKE COTTAGE  119' waterfront lot with furnished one BR cottage - living room - kitchen, bathroom with shower, acorn fireplace, sundeck, water, hydro,  float. Road access. $32,500.  4 BR PANABODE - SAKINAW LAKE  ,  4 BR furnished Panabode with 1 1/2 bathrooms, sundeck on all sides,  fireplace, 2 boats and motors, float. Situated on approx. 24 acres with  approx. 1,250 ft. choice lakefront with Westerly exposure and many,  good building sites. An excellent property for a private retreat or for a  group investment. $105,000.  SAKINAW LAKE  Two furnished waterfront cabins, both with washrooms, on approx.  1.34 acres of nicely treed lease land with approx. 175' sheltered  lakefront, 12' boat and 6 hp motor. All for only $16,900.  SUMMER COTTAGE - SAKINAW LAKE  Small furnished summer cottage with sundeck, on 1.00' lakefront lot.  Float. Needs some finishing. $26,500. Adjoining lakefront lot, approx.  70' of low bank shoreline. $18,900.  SAKINAW LAKE  Approx. 500' low bank lakefront on about 7 1/2 acres, nicely treed.  Water access only. $50,000,  FURNISHED SUMMER HOMES GUEST COTTAGE  SAKINAW LAKE  On 116' deep, sheltered lakefront with float. 3 BR summer home -  1,197 sq.ft. with 3 piece bathroom, fireplace, large sundock on 2 sides,  Guest cottage - 396 sq. ft., 4 boats, boat house, floats, diesel light  plant. Westerly exposure. Water access only. $50,000,  EGMONT  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - EARL COVE  Approx, 1,800' good waterfront with several beaches and bays,  Contains approx, 42 acres. Crook through proporty. 3 BR furnished  homo, full basomont, oil furnace. Accoss from Egmont Road, Excollont  marina or rosort site, full prlco $175,000. Existing agrooment for salo  $100,000 at 8 percent.  APPROX. 600' WATERFRONT  Approx. 7 acros with approx. 600' watorfront ad|olnlng tho Egmont  Marina, Pavod Maplo Road runs through proporty, $100,000,  WATERFRONT LOTS   ���  Two ad|o|nlng lots, each with approx. 64' watorfront, Closo to school,  post of lice, storo and govornmont wharf, $16,000 to $19,000,  APPROX, 375'WATERFRONT  Approx, 375' watorfront with doop, sholtorod moorago on approx, 10  acros of trood land. Accoss by trail or wator. $35,000,  WATERFRONT LOT - SUNSHINE BAY  Approx. 43' watorfront lot locatod on Truman Road, with tho finest  vlow, building slto, sorvlcod with wator, hydro and sowor, Prlcod low  for cash $16,000 firm.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE - REDROOFFS ROAD  Approx, 3 acr���� of sloping vlow proporty with 20?' of watorfrentage,  Panoramic vlow of Mary Island and tho Gulf. Property In 2 soparato  lots, ono with old houia, $100,000,  LARGE ACREAGE - $1,000. PER ACRE  D,L, 2392, approx, 160 acros, sltuatod approx. ) 1/4 mllos abovo Hwy,  101 noar Halfmoon Bay. Accoss by old logging road, Trails and roods  throughout tho proporty, nlcoly trood usablo land. Outsldo land frooio  aroa - possible subdivision slt��, $160,000,  LARGE VIEW LOT - SELMA PARK  Approx. 1/2 aero sorvlcod vlow lot on Hwy, 101, Good vlow of Gulf,  $22,500,  ACREAGE - LOTS F&G;nik;Ai D.C; 903  Two ad|olnlno 1 ocro blocks, approx, -2,000' from Hwy. 101, Nlcoly  trood, flontlo slopo, southorn oxposuro, $45,000 ooch,  ACREAGE - GRANTHAMS HEIGHTS  Approx, 5 acros of Ha) trood property on floyla Road, Oood location for  fiomoslfo or hobby"fofrrir $24,900^  DON LOCK  Ron. 003-2526  OLLIorJEANSLADEY  Ron, 003-2233  DAN WILEY  Ros. 8Q3-9M9  ,������,., [';  REAL ESTATE  MOBILE HOMES  CARS & TRUCKS  COME & GET IT  FOR SALE  LEGAL NOTICES  Wednesday, February 19,1975 The Peninsula Times PageA-5  GILBERT Plains, Manitoba, 240  acres, $12,000, or: or: trade for  property on Peninsula, good  hunting' and fishing. Suitabe for  mixed farming or small ranch'.  For details write Box llllO, c-o  Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.      11110-14  LANGDALE Chines, attractive 3  bedroom home, 1 year old. W-  W in lounge, hall and bedrooms.  Fridge and stove incl. in large  kitchen with dining area; lounge  with feature brick F.P. Laundry  room, double sink bathroom;,  utility room, carport, crawl  space! $45,900. Ph. 886-9036.  11093-12  MOBILE HOMES  DOUBLE WIDES  Delivered and set up on your  property,  guaranteed  to  be  ^ccepWLby_JMJmripality^^  basement   and   full   basement  197312'x60\ 2 B.R., furn. Set up in  West   Sechelt.   Ph���885-2047.  11076-tfn  COAST HOMES  PRESENTSTHE  1975's ���~"r~'  ESTATE IV's /  IMPERIAL IV'S  \ PREMIER  _ CHANCELLOR  ALL JOUR PRICES INCLUDE  DELUXE FURNISHINGS,  COMPLETE      SET-UP; '  DELIVERY AND THE B.C.  GOV'T 5 PER GENT TAX. NO  HIDDEN COSTS OR EXTRAS  TO PAY.  SERVICED LOCALLY!  COASTHOMES  -Divisionof-  foundation plans supplied. Also  large selection of twelve wides.  For further information  Call Collect 525-3688  Maybe viewed at 6694 Kingsway,  Burnaby  Member of the Western Mobile  Home Assoc.  M.D.L. 25012  8917-tfn  AYERS Mobile Home Park, we  have trailer space available.  Phone 885-2375. 10777-tfn  ��� 24' x 48' STATESMAN   - ~  3 bdrm, separate DR, shag  carpeting throughout. Avocado  built-in dishwasher; deluxe  range; 2 dr. frost free fridge;  fully furnished and tastefully  decorated.  1969 12'x52' 1B.R.  LAMPLIGHTER  Good Condition  12'x 68'STATESMAN  3   B.R.   carpeted   throughout.  Separate dining area.  SUNSHINE COAST  TRAILER PARK  886-9826  11138-tfn  COPPING'S CAR TOWNSALES  LTD.,  Box 966. Sechelt, B.C.  885-2204  MOTOR DEALER LICENCE D-  5520  11041-10  CAMPERS & TRAILERS  1972 TERRY 19 ft. completely S-C  trailer.  $2900 firm.  Ph. 883-  9028. 11145-15  BOATS & ENGINES  TV1.V. "POACHER; high speed 4  ton "A" Lie, radar. VHF. C.B.  $29,000. Ph. (112) 926-1476.   11128-  15  17 FT.  Sangster craft, 65 HP  Merc., Horslaw trailer, extras.  $600. Ph. 885-9820. 11141-15  1972 SIERRA G.M.C. 350'% ton,  P.S. P.B., automatic. Ph. 885- .  2375. 11091-tfn  ���  1966 MERCURY pick-up} % ton,  V-8. Ph. 885-2375. 11092-tfn  1961HILLMAN, radio, new tires,-  $130. Ph. 886-2614. 11122-13  1928  MODEL   A  Ford,. stock  condition. Running. Ph. 885-  2685.        , 11116-13  FOR SALE���2 new Volks; sumr;,  mer tires, 1 set 15" car snow  chains. Ph. 885-2685.        11115-13  LIVESTOCK  2 HORSE trailer for rent. Cunningham's. Phone 88^9927 3340-  tfn  CERTIFIED    Farrier,    Hans  ���^Berger���is���eoming���to���Goastr-  Contact Sunshine Farm. 885-3450  994-tfn  FREE Puppies, Lab., .Shepherd'  cross. Ph. 885-2624.       11148-13 -  LOST  WILSON Creek, yotfhg gray cat,  small white triangle on chest.  Reward. 885-2664. 11136-13  FOUND  CHRYSLER car keys on Greer  . Road - Pick up at Times of- -���*  ficeV ��� fr v 11114-13  phone s  DON LOCKSTEAD, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria. (112) 387-  6349. 11123-tfn  ; 1NAUGAHIDE barrel armchair,  1 R.C.A. cabinet stereo, glass  topped coffee table, 2 matching  end tables, 2 white covered steel  folding ;doors^T.V. stand, G.E.  cannister vacuum cleaner. All in  good condition. Ph. 886-  2621. ^ 11124-13  CANON S.T. single lens, reflex  33mm camera;- $130. Ph. 883-  9028> 11146-15  RECTANGULAR   Acorn  firelplace, seldom used. Matt  ' black finish, $60. Ph. 883-  9028. ���-_ 11147-15  SKIS, poles and size 12 boots in  good condition. Ph. 885-  3496. 11084-13  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Estate of the following deceased:  Johnston McKINLAY, late of  Gambier Harbour, B.C.  Creditors and others having  daimsagaihst the said estate(s)  are hereby required to send them  duly verified,, to the PUBLIC  TRUSTEE, 635-Burrard Street,  Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3L7, before  the 3rd day of April, 1975 after  which date the assets of the said  estates(s) will be distributed,  having regard only to Claims that  have been received.  CLINTON W.FOOTE,  PUBLIC TRUSTEE  11139-pub.   February   19,    26,  March 5 and 12, 1975.  LEGAL NOTICES  LEGAL NOTICES  DEPARTMENTOF LANDS,  FORESTS,  AND WATER RESOURCES  WATER RESOURCES SERVICE  POLLUTION CONTROL  BRANCH  equipment  CARS & TRUCKS  New & Used Tack  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds >  Hardware - Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE 886-7527  10664-tf  SWIFT Feeds ��� H. Jacobson,  Swift Dealer. Nor'West Rd.,  Sechelt. Phone 885-9369rChicken-  feeds, Horse feed, Hog feed,  Cattle feed. Hay and other feeds  by order. 258-tfn  CHICKS���Dual      purpose  Paymaster (Rhode Island Red  Cross), White Leghorns, White  Rocks. Ship anywhere. Napier  Hatchery, 22470 64th Ave., R.R. 7  Langley, 534-6268. 10907-tfn  T.D.9 INTERNATIONAL dozer,  hydrolic blade, runs well, $2000  O.B.O. cedar hydro poles. Ph.  886-7936. 11129-13  MORGAGES  1965 MUSTANG 4 spd. trans., 289  V-8. Offers. Ph. 886-9865. 11083-  13  1969   FALCON   Futura   S.W.,  mech. recond. Asking $1200.  Ph. 885-9750.     11050-13  J  WANTED TO BUY  TIMBER wanted. Let us give you  an estimate. All species. D & O  Log Sorting Ltd., 886-7896 or 886-  7700. ... . . 10895-tfn  ,   V NEED MONEY?  .,.,:���.,.,,;,,.v.;.,v/..MtS*tgages....,., .:'.,���,-'  Arranged  Bought  Sold  - First - Second - Third-  SUMMER COTTAGE  AND BUILDING LOANS  RE ADILY AVAILABLE  ACADIAN MORTGAGE  CORP LTD.  2438 Marine Drive  West Van. 926-3256  8909-tfn  FOR SALE  2-80 GAL. propane tanks, brand  new propane fired household  dryer;   near   new   3   kilowatt  Peters diesel light plant. 886-  7338. =. 10744-tf  MEMBER OF  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  ESTATES LTD  BOX 769, SECHELT, B.C.  REAL ESTATE  Vancouver Direct Line 685-5544  PHONE 885-2241  SECHELT AND AREA  TWO WATERFRONT LOTS  Close to, new ice arena, in one of the nicest new areas to open up on  the Sunshine Coast. Power and telephone are underground and water  system is in. Previous lots in this area sold very fast. F.P. $1 8,000 each.  Call Dave Roberts. -      '-���*   ���'������"-������<*������"��������� ���������    ���  TWO VIEW LOTS  No steep hills to climb to reach these exceptional lots. Terrific view of  Sechelt Inlet and Coast mountains. Close to new ice arena and excellent public beach and boat launch access. Only $10,000 each. Call  Dave Roberts.  SELMA PARK  Handy man's special. Large home view lot. Walk in basement, living  area upstairs. Not finished. Priced to sell at $42,000. Call Stan Anderson.    SELMA PARK  Home and two cottages, $29,500. Live in one, let the other two pay the  expenses. Property includes three lots with 150' highway frontage.  Good leasehold property. Consider the value. Call Dave Roberts.  SELMA PARK  View lot, fully serviced, beautifully treed. Approx. one-half acre. F.P.  $16,000. Call Doug Joyce."  VILLAGE LOT  100x250' serviced lot close to beach. Driveway and culvert installed.  Many trees on a unique lot, F.P. $13,500. Call Stan Anderson.  DAVIS BAY  70'xl22' view lot, treed, easy building site. The best buy around. F,P,  $9,500. Call Stan Anderson.'  Level lot, nicely treed. Handy location in West Sechelt. Near school and  trailers permitted, Zoned R2. F,P. $8,900. Call Len of Suzanne Van  Egmond.  ; ,   THRIVING BUSINESS  This grocery store makes a nice profit as well as paying a very good  wage to the owner, Good working hours ���  11  a,m. to  10 p.m. F.P,  $16,850,00, Call Stan Anderson  SELMA PARK  LEASED LAND  Got $5,400. down payment? Can you pay $140 per month? Then you  can own this small but comfortable one bodroom home. Fireplace is an  extra surprise, call Bill Montgomery,  LARGE PARKLIKE LOT  71x233' heavily trood, fully serviced lot, No closo neighbours, Tho  ultimate in privacy, Prlcod right at $10,500, Call Stan Andorson,  SELMA PARK  Cozy one year old 2 bodroom homo In nlco qulpl district, Electric  heating, flroplaco, and carport and partly finished rumpus room. F.P,  $43,000, Call Doug Joyce,  Small cottago on loaso land approx. 800 sq, ft, Only stops to boach.  Good vlow, Lot Is 50'xl00', Full plumbing, F.P, $17,000,  Call Stan Andorson,  PORPOISE DAY VIEW HOME  Just past now Ico arond, 1296 sq. fl, w-w rugs throughout, Attractlvo  corner flroplaco, Two comploto bathrooms, full basomont, panoramic  vlow from living room, kltchon, mantor bodroom and nundo'ck, Prlcod ot  $54,500, Mako your olfor. Call Ed Bakar,  NEW  $30,000 or oflorn, Attractlvo 2 bodroom ranchor, Walklna distance to  all convonloncon within Socholl village, klonl nlartar or retirement  homo, Attractlvo corner llroploco, ww throughout, carport, otc, For  moro Information call Ed Bakor,  SECHELT VILLAGE  Noar now 3 bodroom homo on a larrjo vlow lot In tho Vlllago, Pull  banomonl, 2 llroplacou, A vory good hoinn, Prlcod In Iho mid 60'��, Call  Stan Andorson, " " " ������  4,6 ACRES  Hydro, wntor nvolloblo on proporty, Prlcod al $35,000, Your olfor may  ho unllulaclory, Call M Bohor.  IS SKATING OR CURLING YOUR THING?  ,, Only 6,lotiUoll, 2001,lootona,owl c|o��o la booth,.l'i icod.undnr,Sfl.QQQ..,  Call Su/nnna fifimoncl at, 1105-9603 or WI5-2241,  SMALL, FARM WITH ORCHARD  Rnlso and grow your own food on thin 4,6 ncron o| foricod mondow In  Wost Sosiholt. A 5 stanchion cow born with hayloft, 4 tar garago and  workshop. Small cottago nnd n modorn 3 bodroom horn" with n molly  Inroo.form Mtchon, A/O lurnoco, Ono mllo from school, I'rlcod woll ot  $59,500, Good tonus, Coll Loi\ linmowl.  OVERLOOKING THE TRAIL ISLANDS"""  TIkisih |nrgr�� lotn with loullmrn oxposuro nro locotod |unt off Mn*on lu��,'  In n cholco ronldonllnl nron, Loin o| good nn|| |or fiordonlnfl, Fully  Dorvlcocl Including nov/ar, I'rlcod Irom $12,200, Coll Lon or Su/nnnu  Von Egmond,      I ,   .   .. ,  BUILDING LOT  In Socholt Vlllngo, cloorod, norvlcod, pnvnd rood, Inno nl ronr, All now  homos In nron, F.P, $11,000, Cnll Dnvo Rnhoiln,  Largo Lot In Solma Park aroa (not loaso), vory socludod location, partly  cloarod, full prlco $8950, Call Davo Roborts  ROBERTS CREEK AND AREA  Almost an aero, heavily trood with a yoar round crook, F.P, $11,500,  Coll Doug Joyco,  4,6 ACRES  Upper Roborts Crook. Unflnlahad houso, 760 sq, ft, Nlco vlow of  Goorglo Strait, F.P, $29,900, Call Bill Montgomery,   SECHELT INLET  SANDY HOOK  Look strlaght up Iho Inlot, Boautllul vlow, qulot oroo, 2 lots In nowly  dovolopod aroa, To bo sold sopora|o|y or buy both ot $21,000, Call Bill  Montgomery,  SANDY HOOK  Ono bodroom homo wllh part vlow, Noar boat launching ramp ond  hooch, Worm and comfortable and In o quia! aroa, F,P, $27,500, Call  BUI Montgomery,  TUWANEK  50x120' norvlcod |o|, oa��y walking dlslonco lo Morion ond swimming,'  .,Loy5^lroot|uCaJ^Dj3��ifl>Joyco, ,        i       , ,���,������,���,���,��,,.���,������.,.,.,���.  DAVIS BAY AND AREA   ��� ' " "'" -��� ~ ' ~ :'-"-3RI,MATARK ��� ' "  lain" rotsldonllol lot, 140' frnntono, Sorvlro, lovol nnd rondy lo hul  on, f\f\ $|!),000, Coll fd Bokor,  LANGDALE VIEW IIOMR  Coninmpory 3 bodroom homo, nil cwlnr HNlino nxloi'lor ��� Idlna. En.  Milln plumbing, unique doislgn, Carport, largo lot, vory clnno to nchoo|  F,P, $53,900, Coll fslnn Andorison or Bill Mon!(|om<��iy,  GIBSONS VILLAGE  lo! 6 on .AlUoriprlng Rood, Excwllon. lnva��,monHor $7,500,00, Call  Dnvo Rohoi lis,  fs||OAL LOOKOUT  Rock Is bonullful, otpoc.nllly whon It |�� uurroundod by ono ol tho mo��|  opoctncitlnr v|<��wn In Iho nioo, p,P, $) 9,900, Call Poufi Joyco,  I wo building lot*, tloio to boat launching ond "Iho Oop", Prlcod right  ol $24,000, Coll Doug Joyco, ,   , ,  f;f NnfiRJJARnpiJR,, ,.���.,,; ��� ���.������,���,,.���.,  Appioxlmojnly I j/2 on on with 75' wnlorlront, liosldo j'oivior llnrhnur  l|o|o|, Fnay occoms to wntor, A hnrynln nl $33,300, Coll Dnvo Rnhorld,  DnvoRoborld  -tv����,l'h<5it�� 1105.3973  inn or Sown no Vnn Fgrnond  lv����,Phnn-��(mS-96��3  Hill Moiilgnnmiy  tve��, 0fl6-2fl0o  ��� flton Andoninn   ���  Fvim, Phono 11 fl5-23flf>  Jnrk Anrlnunn  Cvo��, fl0fi.20ft3  Doug Joyi.<>  Lvot,,Phon��nfin.276l  Ldllokm  livon, PhnnoOllft.2641  SEE US AT OUR OFFICE ACROSS FROM THE SECHELT BUS DEPOT  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-9121  This brand new post & beam home has everything.  It's 1120 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms, basement on grade,  and a magnificient view of the harbour.  Settle down with a little alder in the fireplace and  watch the boats go by. The price is just right at $45,000.  *PmdmVi *i��wdowi  REALTY  LTD.  883-2794 [DAYS]  88372745 [EVENINGS]  CMS ENGLISH LTD:  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  NOTARY PUBLIC AND APPRAISALS  Gibsons, B.C. 886-2481  PHONE TOLL FREE: 687-6445 "  IF YOU ARE BUYING A HOME, MAKE A POINT OF SEEING THESE  North Fletcher Rd. ��� Neat home situated on large, view Landscaped  lot, 3 bdrms, fireplace, large sundeck] garage. F.P. $39,000.00  Davis Rd. Gibsons Village���1 Blk, from Shopping Centre, transportation, etc. 3 bdrms, no bsmt., electric heat, w/w carpet, carport,  offers on $38,000.00  Selma Park ��� Two bedroom dream house, close to all amenities,  features LR with fireplace. Dining room, w/w carpets, large kitchen,  utility, driveway, carport and workshop, Landscaped lot, Dominion  lease land $35,000.00  Waterfront ��� 80 ft. of real sandy beach, with good moorage and a  view of Porpoise Bay West, has now 2 bdrm cabin, good for all year  living on Summer resort, $42,000,00  Opportunities Ahead���-For this 2 1/2 acros 2 blks from shopping  centre on Hwy 101 and it has an attractive 3 bdrm homo on It, F.P.  $65,500,00  Ono Whole Acre ��� For tho price of a lot, situated on Nor.th Rd. and  roady for building or mobllo homo for $14,000,00 i  1261 Dogwood Rd, ��� Cozy 2 bdrm homo, on nlco flat land, short walk  to post,Offlco and shopping. Thjs Is whoro you rotlro and watch tho  boats go by, F,P, $29,900,00  Davis bay ��� 100 x 200 ft, lot, This 2 bdrm homo Is attractively finished  ond closo to schools and tho boach. F.P, $39,000,00  APPLICATION FOR A  PERMIT UNDER THE  POLLUTION CONTROL ACT,  1967  (REFUSE)   '\  This application is to be filed  with the Director, Pollution  Control Branch, Parliament  -Buildings,���Victoriay British  Columbia. Any person . who  qualifies as an objector under  section 13 (2) of the Pollution  Control Act, 1967 may, within 30  days of the date of application, or  within 30 days of the date of  publication in The British  Columbia Gazette or in a  newspaper, or, where service is  required, within' 30 days of the  serving of a copy of the ap-  plication, file with the Director a  objection in writing to the  granting of a permit, stating the  manner in which he is affected.  Those who do not so qualify may  file with the Pollution Control  Board an objection in writing  under section 13 (6), in the same  manner and time period as  described above.  1.1, Weldwood of Canada Ltd., of  1055 W. Hasting St., Vancouver,  B.C. hereby apply to the Director  for a permit to discharge refuse  from Clowhom Operation log  sorting area located at the head  of Salmon Inlet and give notice of  my application to all persons  affected.  2. The refuse-disposal site shall  be located at 800' S45E from the  North East Corner of L1901 "A"  New Westminster, Land District,  which is approximately Vi mile  Northeast of the head of Salmon  Met.  3. The type of refuse to be  discharged shall be Industrial.  4. The quantity of refuse to be  dischared shall be as follows:  Average daily discharge (based  on operating period) 3 Cu. yards  day. The operating period during  which the refuse will be  discharged shall be Continuous.  5. The nature or characteristics  (in per cent by weight) of the  refuse to be discharged is  estimated to be as follows: ���  Wood-waste 80 per cent; ���  Gravel, mud (non organic) 20 per  cent.  6. The type of treatment to be  ,. applied,,fto.i.the  refuse  is . as  follows: Compaction and burial  every 20 days in accordance with  Improved Dump Objectives.  7. I, Anne G. Pressley,  Secretary-Treasurer hereby  certify that a copy of this application has been received by  the Regional District of the  Sunshine Coast.  A. G. Pressley  8. This application, dated on  the 30th day of November, 1974,  was posted on the ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control regulations.,  Rould Kloy, Forester Engineer  10942-pub. February 19,1975.  Use 'Times'AdBriefs  Pollution Control Branch  FileNo.AE4088  DEPARTMENT OF LANDS,  FORESTS, AND WATER  RESOURCES  Water Resources Service  Pollution Control Branch  APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT  UNDER THE POLLUTION  CONTROL ACT, 1967  (EFFLUENT)    .  This application is to be filed  with the Director, Pollution  Control Branch, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, British  Columbia. Any person who  qualifies as an objector under  section 13 (2) of The Pollution  nCMtroTAcTT1967 may, wiftuTTSO  days of the date of application, or  within 30 days of the date of  publication in The British  Columbia Gazette or in a  newspaper, or, where service is  required, within 30 days of the  serving of a copy of the application, file withr the Director  an objection in writing to the  granting of a permit, stating the  ... mannfer in which he. is affected.  Those who do not so qualify may  file with the Pollution Control  Board an objection in writing  under section 13 (6), in the same  manner and time period as  described above.  1.1, Village of Sechelt of P.O.  Box 129, Sechelt, British  Columbia hereby apply to the  Director for a permit to  discharge effluent from a  municipal sanitary sewer system  located in Sechelt, B.C. into  Strait of Georgia and give notice  of my application to all persons  affected.  2. The land upon which the  works are located is The Village  of Sechelt.  3. The discharge shall be  located in Strait of Georgia 1500  feet south of the foot of Wharf  Road.  4. The quantity of effluent to be  dischargedis a follows: ,..,���.,-.,--.  Average annual daily  discharge (Based on operating  period) 165,000 (Imperial  Gallons). ,  Maximum   daily  discharge,  600,000 (Imperial Gallons).  The operating period during  which the effluent will be  discharged is continuous.  5. The characteristics of the  effluent discharged shall be  equivalent to or better than 60  mg-1 Total Suspended Solids, 320  mg-1 Total Solids, 45 mg-1 BOD-5  and Faecal Coliform MPN 200-  100 ml.  6. The type of treatment to be  applied to the effluent before  discharge 'is 'as follows: ' Cofn-  mihiition, activated sludge by  extended aeration, chlorination  and aerobic sludge digestion.  Waste digested sludge to drying  beds.  7.1, Anne G. Pressley, Secretary-  Treasurer hereby certify, that a  copy of this application has been  received by the Regional District  of Sunshine Coast.  Anne G. Pressley  8. This application, dated on  the 23rd day of January, 1975,  was posted on the ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control Regulations.  M. J. J. Dayton  Dayton & Knight Ltd.  Consulting Engineers  11117-pub. February !(), 1975.  WRITE OR DROP IN FOR OUR FREE  PROPERTY BROCHURE  LISTINGS  K, A, Crosby   886-2098  Don Sutherland 885-9362  WANTED  J. W, Vlssor 085-3300  Anno Gurnoy 006.216-1  &$i��     By Bunny-Duck  TM  Why does It  take throo men  to mako POPCORN?  Ono to hold the  popper...and two  to shako tho stovol  ^^^  W  By tho tlmo this column Kds Into print tho  Mnrch winds will probably bo Imminent If not  horo an^l tho gnrdonor will feol tho old iirjjo  "iwHlnnlh^'to'stli'I'���'"*'1 ,",~" ~"~ ���"""'���":" "'"  An exception to tho ncnoral rule that very  cairly socdlni? of pardon vokoUOjIoh may bo n  mistake, Is ono which scorns to arouse  diametrically opposite oplnloni.. Either you  llko broad beans vory much Indoed, or you  ennnot stand thorn,  This gardener haa all his llfo, cherished a  passion for theso tho flrat fruits of hla labora,  Thoir exquisitely flavored.tender greenness  holds a promise of n summer and fall of rich  . 'rewards of honest work,  Broad beans can bo planted at any time  the ground can1 l>fl worked, the earlier tho  "Ixjttor, for ono Rood reason, Tho curso of this  vegetable Is the black aphid and Iho oarller  tho harvesting, tho less tho likelihood of an  Infestation Sipolllng the crop, Another ex-  c.'tillent hint on |io\v to escape the dopralat Ions  of the'post Is to nip off the growing tips of tho  vines whon In tho gardener's Judgement they  have achieved enough height, This throws  them Into flowering maturity and further  hastens tticv liarvefit," thus foiling tho nphld,  Incidentally, speaking of flowering, here Is a  Imnu.'t this plant provides, There Is no lovelier  scent that that of the bean flower and In tho  countries thnt grow a variety of the bean for  BY GUY SYMONDS  cattle feed, tho Jtino nights are heavy with Us  Intoxicating scent, delightfully bewildering  Htil) fiirthqr U  "country' lanes. To return to the aphid  however, should other moans fall, Uio np^  plication of hlackleaf 40 as a spray makes an  efficient control. Don't forgot tho effective  agent Is tho fumes from this chemical so If  possible use In tho warmest tlmo of tho day.  Good management and a little luck however  will make this action unnecessary.  Green pens are among the earliest seeds  to ho planted and wo hear of now varieties  In this year's seed catalogues that sound very  promising, Peas of course aro very heavy  feeders and a good crop will only result from  proper culture, feeding and management.  Manure and or compost aro essential, no  matter what tho variety. Also the pest that  lays Its eggs In the flowei; and feeds Its young   onjliegrowlnu pons,In.tho,pods must iw,  controlled by spraying In the flowering stage.  Planting seed In a garden Is a very exciting  thing, There Is always tho eternal promise  and a great feeling of having done something  creative, Hut It Is a Bmnnjw��rt_of^tho���ii��r'',.  "(lehliig oxporloiicer It's tho preparation that  lays tho fotindnllon for ther seeding that lies  right at the heart of the matter and the care  and attention up until harvest that brings the  crown of success to the operation.  A  Spring means digging oven If it wns dono  In tho fall or winter, Years of experience has  proven tho wisdom of planting fall rye to  protect tho ground against leaching from  heavy winter rain and to provide humus nnd  food for the land In the spring. So generally,  this has been tho tlmo to dig, turning In tho  jryo.uslng tlio, double trenching system to get��  good covorago and put tho food whoro It will  1)0 needed. It's tho time too when tho compost  heap Is opened up and tho humus It has  created, piven back to tho earth that gave It.  A compost hoap Is an absolute necessity In  this part of tho world where tho soil is vory  light, generally very poor and often quite  scanty, Every bit of organic matter, not only  from the garden, but also from tho kitchen  should go Into this fowl reserve, and It should  ,1)0 constructed and developed on proper linos.  It will repay a thousandfold every hit of effort  put Into It, So If there Is no compost heap In  your Ufa, get all the Information now In ,tlme  for next senaon,  Falling manure or compost, peat moss Is  the best soil conditioner; but It must |hj born  In mind that'It has absolutely no value an a  provider of plant food. It will however, retain  moisture and provide body to light soils nnd  so assist In carrying a supply from other  nutrients such as the so called artificials  fcrtUlzor��, _,     ���,,.���,,���������,,,.,.���,���.,,., ���������������  'Hie same argument applies to soil acidity  and Its correction Ijy the addition 6nimo, This  again In not a fertilizer or food but It does Its  Job" by making Uio nutrients present or  provided available as plant food, ,  * f PageA-6
The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, February 19,1975
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KEEP .ADEQUATE RECORDS —
OR THE TAX MAN WILL
Wouldn't it be nice if we could forget about
income taxes? We, of course, .are indulging in,
a little bit of wishful thinking. Income taxes
are here to stay and if we forget about them
you can be sure the tax collectors won't.
Our income tax laws require foat'taxpayers keep records which are aaequate to
determine the amount of income taxes
payable. Under our self-assessing system of
collecting taxes, each taxpayer is required to
estimate his taxes and file an appropriate
income tax return.
. v However, that is not the end of the matter;
Uie tax collectors are entitled to disagree with
-biir-estimat-e^f-texes^md^aiireassessif-they—
believe your income tax return is incorrect.
It is important to Understand that if your
taxes become the subject of a court case, in
most instances it is up to the taxpayer to
prove that the Department of National
Revenue is incorrect.   .
If the taxpayer does not have adequate
records to substantiate his estimate of taxes,
his task will be much more difficult.
4  Where adequaterecordsdonot exist, the
Department of National Revenue may resort
to a net worth assessment to determine your
income.   Such .an assessment is very arbitrary and difficult to contest. The taxpayer
usually loses his case in such circumstances.
—r The taxation of capital gains,-which—
commenced in 1972, has resulted in the
necessity of keeping extra records for many
taxpayers. In addition to the records which
were required before tax reform, taxpayers
who  own  capital  property  should  keep
adequate cost records as well as any information  available  to  substantiate   the'
market value of, the property on valuation'
day.   This information is particularly important for real estate as it is a difficult task
to place a value on real estate, especially if
the V-day valuation is being made many
years after 1971.
The best method of establishing a V-day
value for real estate is to have a qualified
appraisal. However, failing this, the taxpayer should keep documents containing
property tax assessments, insurance
coverage, date and cost of purchase, cost of
improvements, the type of business, if any,
for which the property is used, and income
derived from the property. Assembling this
information will become more difficult as,
time passes, so it is important to do it now.
The required records may not be
destroyed without the written approval of
Revenue Canada. It may, depending on the
circumstances, also be necessary to obtain
permission from other government agencies,
such as the Unemployment Insurance
Commission and sales tax authorities.
Although the tax laws require that suitable
records be kept it is certainly in the best interest of the taxpayer to maintain records
adequate to support his estimate of income
taxes.
The maintenance, of adequate records by
taxpayers is an essential part of the self-
compliance tax collection system used by
Canada. ,
Although filling out our tax returns may be
a nuisance, it is the only reasonable system of
efficiently collecting taxes iri this country.
It may be true that government agencies,
all too frequently, spend our tax dollars in
extravagant fashion. However, the Department of National Revenue is a cost>conscious
exception.
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ANTI-SMOKING movement is catching
on in- schools. - Gibsons elementary
participated in Canadian Cancer Society
poster contest on the theme Share Clean
Air with Those who Care. Top entry,
submitted by Marion MacFarlane, is
pictured at top left, along with runners
up. Looking on is art teacher Sheila
Page. Marion's poster will be forwarded
to Caincer Society for entry in B.C.
finals. Close to 90 Gibsons pupils entered
contest.
The hospitality of the people of Squamish
was greatly appreciated by the 793 who attended the Assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses,
the first to be held in Squamish. Nearly 200
Sunshine Coast residents took part.
"Many local residents enjoyed the Sunday
highlight which was the public discourse
entitled 'Stand Still and See the Salvation of
Jehovah' this discourse pointed out that
God's government is the only hope for
mankind, as expressed by Jesus"af Matthew
6:10," a spokesman said.
Sunday morning there were 16 baptised.
SECHELT—Executive of Branch
Senior Citizens, met on Tuesday, Feb. 11 and
laid out a fairly heavy agenda for the regular
monthly meeting to be held on Feb. 20 at the
Old Legion Hall.
There will be a report on the present status
of the building deal and discussion of ways
and means to raise additional funds. The
group will be advised of several contributions
that have been received.
Dave Hayward will announce a concert to
be held at the.Baptist Church at 2:30 p.m. of
Feb. .1 Dave will also ami^rice a bus trip for
Tuesday, March 11 at 8:00 a.m. This will give
the seniors a quick visit to the Orchid House
on Pratt Road, Gibsons. Thence on to the
ferry and so to 'Town' for a visit to the largest
jade factory in the world on Cordova St.
From the; Jade Factory we mUpreceed to
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There will be planning for the Spring Tea,
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I Happenings around the Harbour  Wednesday, February Id, 1975  The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  FEBRUARY 10  It's a beautifulday and as well as writing  this I am helpirig imy wife babysit wee' Jeffery  Fletcher. He is about a year and a half old I  guess and exemplifies perpetual motion.    '  I opened:aibottle of beer, just to get the  creative juices flowing you understand; .and  .before long the little guy had another three  bottles lined up before me.  Perhaps; he's trying to tell me. I would  write better if I were loaded. Hmm, must try  it sometime.  BURNSSUPPER  This was the -first Bums Supper0 held by  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 112 and  judging from the enthusiastic reaction ofthe  . happy crowd - it won't be the last.  This was a first for me too and I'm kicking.  myself for all the fun I've missed in the past.  Chairman tor the evening was A. L. Thomp-  son.  Highlights of the evening included the  arrival of the haggis, lustily piped in by  Harold Esterbrook, the Selkirk Grace and the  Address to the Haggis by John Logan and of  course the Immortal Memory done well indeed by John Robinson who's attractive  daughters Sabine and Shelley delighted the  . jguests with their accomplished Highland  dancing to the skirl of Tom"Richardson's  .Pipes.  Mrs. P. Prescesky led the singing of  Scottish songs oh the piano and the many  toasts and responses all helped make this a  ^memorable evening. After supper  guests  danced to~lhe musi^of^SabishT'-7   r_~  Thanks go out to everyone involved in  putting on the show, particularly those ladies  Who did the kitchen work, plate setting, meal  serving, and also dish washing.  Dave Pritchard, who's organizing ability  was a major factor in making the evening a  hit, certainly.deserves a pat on the back.  He was also thoughtful enough to offer  overnight accommodation to some out of  town guests.  Incidentally, I notice the Legion has  changed it's opening time to 11 a.m.Formerly  it was 4 p.m. Nice place to have a spot of  lunch.  LADIES AUXILIARY  The 1975 Executiveis as follows.'President  - Jessie Pritchard - Vice President - Jean  Prest - Past President - Jean Paterson,  Secretary - Doris Edwardson, Treasurer -  Sheila McCann, Sergeant at Arms - Irene  Hodson, and Standard Bearer - Muriel  Stiglitz.  .Jock Bachop 883-9056  tivities.  ..>,,The executive is'detcsmjihed to upgrade  the club in every, way-ahd I will keep you  informed of future developements.  Regarding the upcoming Spring Bazaar,  Muriel Cameron has materials such as wool  to knit and yardage of cotton to be sewn'so  please call her if you wish to help.  WEDDING BELLS  Residents ,of Pender Harbour who know  Gwen Lister former owner of Hassan's Store  on Frances Peninsula, will be delighted to  hear she has moved into a beautiful new home  in Sechelt and has,married a man by the  name of Ritchie.  MOTOR CLINIC  Dropped in at the Chevron Station on the  corner of Highway 101 and Frances Peninsula  -4$ad-4tecently���for_gas���and���nwner  Stan-  r.  ��v  \  Use 'Times'.Adbrietsto Sell, Buy, Bent, Swap, etc.  t*  V'V.  Bullivant soon was proudly showing me His N  latest acquisition. ��.  No kidding, you should see this thing. It  looks like a computer with lots of electrical  wires strung to it and has what looks like a  T.V. screen. It is covered with control buttons  and looks very impressive. I wanted to see it  ' in action so the fellows obliged. It was hard to  believe. All those wires fastened to the  electrical^system ofs;myc^ transmitted,,  impulses to the machine and .showed up on the  screen jir I should say scope as wavy lines  which only an expert can interpret.  Manipulation of the controls pinpointed  problems in the motor in seconds and there  -was even a gadget which when fastened to the  tailpipe showed how much garbage including  unburned gas my old buggy was belching out.  The great thing though is the parts and  labor saving this machine effects. No  guesswork or trial and error here. This  machine cuts costs. After seeing the results of  the test on my car, does anyone have a  bicycle for sale?  .   ^  ft *  '    1  > I; A"  (.  CUB PACK  I hear from Gary Bennett the First Pender  Harbour Cubs are holding a.father and son  banquet in the Legion Hall on February 21 at 7  p.m.  I understand there will be a smorgasbord  put on by the cub's mothers and the entertainment will be by the boys with the  fathers in attendance.  "egmont  It's a long road from Highway 101 to  Egmont but Mrs; Agnes Hill who got off the  bus on a recent Sunday at 10 p.m. decided to  walk it. After three miles or so Walter  Higgins and Sally picked her up out of the  snowy darkness and drove, her to her  daughter Iris Griffith's.������������    '-  It seems Iris had been out when she  phoned and was not expecting her. Mrs. Hill  came up for a few days just to visit her  grandchildren and dig a feed of clams.    *  Still in Egmont, there is a new date  scheduled for the sliart of Yoga classes. They  will commence on Wednesday, February 19  at 10 a.m. to noon in the Community Hall.  Anyone who wishes to join the intermediate  class are welcome.      ,  MADEIRA PARK  Joyce Clay made a wise decision today.  Daughter Leanne suffered an accidental fall  In school and was helped home nursing what  appeared to be a sprained ankle.  To be on the safe side Joyce decided to  have X-rays taken of the injury and figuring  correctly snow was on the way decided to  waste no time. She beat the snow and arrived  back with tho nows that a fracture had been  found In the leg and n cast will bo put on  shortly,  COMMUNITY CLUB  The new Pender Harbour Community Club  excutlve held It's first meeting February 10,  -It wns a new experience for some of us nnd  tho time wns spent In (jotting to know more  ubout tho organization nnd tho parts wo will  piny In tho future of the club nnd it's no  NOW IS THE TIME  The disclosure by the Government  regarding the allocation of funds towards  lsand costs for the proposed Pender Harbour  Health Centre has raised some controversy  here.  There seems to be a number of people who  oppose the Health,C��nfre_..Spciety's.,iato..to  build a clinic on the publicly proposed site.  Being a fairly new resident here I am not  really conversant with local politics, but it  seems there are opposing factions involved.  No doubt each side thinks they are in the  right. Each party may have what they believe  to be good reasons for the stand they are  taking. My feeling is regardless of what has  happened in the past, the government is now  offering afd and cooperation in the building of  the proposed Health Centre.  Regarding the site, it has easy access and  just as important with the way this area is  growing and will continue to grow, it has  ample room for future expansion.  Personally, I could not care less who is  involved in this projectnecause I believe it's  vital it be completed;- Personalities mean  nothing when the welfare of the community is  at stake.  I hope we will all work together on this.  If we don't - we may all end up losers.  ���1  s  THE LAST of the Burns Night  celebrations for the year was held  recently at the Madeira Park Legion.  Entertainment for the evening included  the pipes of Tom Richardson and the  Highland dancing of Sabine and Shelley  Robinson. The Burns Night was the  first for the Legion Branch, but judging  from the night's success, it will not be  the last. The supper raised $80 toward  financing the Robinson lassies' trip to  compete, in dancing in Scotland. v���-r_  ��-**i  Wharf St., Sechelt  COMPLETE DRY  CLEANING SEHVICiE  Same day service on garments only  if in store before 2:00 p.m.  Hours Tues. thru Sat.  9:00 a.m. ��� 5:30 p.m.    CLOSED MONDAYS  ���  AGENTS FOR * COAST LEATHER &  SUEDE LTD.  Phone 885-9554  ���**��*��"  ROBERTS CREEK -Tho Elphinstone  Now Horizons group of Roberts Creek has  been given n further |{rnnt to expnnd Ita  progrum.  Tho nwnnl of $1,100,00 from tho Now  Horizons progrnm will ennhlo tho seniors to  , nddflhufflcbonrd nnd square dnnclng to their  activities nnd encourngo wider participation.  .I.C. Ollker of Roberta Crock Post Offlco Is  tho co-ordlnntor of tho project,  This grant Is included In 20 made In R,C.  In Kobrjwry for a total of $110,02(1,00.  Now Horizons la n program of the  department of national health nnd wolfnro  that funds projects by groups of senhlr  citizens of benefit to tl.omt.olvc,*. and their  communities. .Since It began Juut over two  projecta      across     Canada      totalling  $19,01)0,940.00.  iS    CDN      Mags  Accessories  and  f*    ET Mags and Accossorlos  p*   Cragor Wheels  and Accossorlos  iS   Custom   Headers   and   HI  Porformanco Exhaust  Systems  ���v*   Cragor 'Hoadors'  t^  Cyclone 'Hoadors'  Y* Cyclono .Mufflers [purple  Hornlas, Heavy Broathors  and Scat Cat]  \S   Volkswagon and Porsche  Extractors  \S   Collectors  K*   Dual   Exhaust  Conversion  .v"   Hoador Flangos  STUCCO!  MELTAYLOR  414 Joyco St., Coqultlam  FREE ESTIMATES  939-2579  standard paifongor wheels  light truck whools and commorclal wheels  ALL THIS, A^ND COMPETITIVE PRICES TOO!  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A fireplace without a  damper (or one with a damper that's  not closed) sucks heat out of your  house like a monstrous vacuum  cleaner, wasting up to 20% of your  annual heating costs. But a damper  that's closed when it should be, or a  tight-fitting solid screen in front of h*  the fireplace, will help cut down the  heat loss.  wrffi  v-stUZtifV*,  Everyone's heard, of the energy Look into saving energy   Here's one way you can save just  crunch, but are you aware of the  energy nibble? We mean the dozens  of little ways we all waste energy;  little dribs and drabs that nibble  away at valuable natural resources  and at our pocketbooks. The fact is,  energy wasted can mean money  wasted, whether it's a little or a lot.  And a bunch of "littles" always add  up to a lot.  We think it's worth a lot to you to  conserve energy, right in your own  home. When you look around,  you'll find many ways to fight "the  energy nibble" ��� easily, painlessly  and, in many cases, without spending money.  through your windows.  Windows let,in light, heat arid,  depending on the view, some plcas-  Whv not spend a few minutes on a nnt sccncry- TncV cnn a,so ,ct ncat  find places where you can save, and J^��� ���� J* ft* than you think _ to  simple, inexpensive way to save.  Storm windows and doors arc also a  good idea.  we'll even show you where to look.  by turning a dial, Turn down your  thermostat by 10�� every night, and  you'll turn down your annual heating bill by about 10%! Going away  for the weekend or longer? Set it at  55�� and conserve energy. And keep  in mind, for every one degree over  70�� you set your thermostat, you  use from 3 to 5% more energy.  Wouldn't it make more sense to put  on a sweater instead, especially if  the sweater's already paid for?  These are just a few of the ways you ���  can save energy right in your own  home. You can probably find more  ways with little or no trouble. (By  tho way, if no one is watching TV,  why is the set still turned on?)  Energy conservation doesn't take  much effort, but it can mean more  your budget, to  your environment, to your future.  Your fireplace.  Save energy  in your spare time.  w  h I      1��*1H��.  ItMsVfa  And, if you're contemplating tho  ; constmctlon of a new house, con-  - i sider double, or even triple glazed  / windows to cut heat losses and  �� reduce condensation on tho win-  A dows. (  i^ Drapes can help, too. On a bright,  14 sunny dny ��� open them up and let tho  sun help heat your house (sunlight is  absolutely free), At night, be sure to  close your drapes and you'll reduce  heat losses,  After all, that's what's such a  shame about wasting energy:  you're wasting much moro than just  your money.  When you use energy wisely,  you isnye u lot more than yoik think.  Co HYOI  CUSTOMER ADVISORY SERVICE ��� ����� ~*~       a-*  PageA-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 19; 1975  ><<N,  o  ^  \  ���    |  ��    V  h -  Vi!>'<*"  a ���*     ���* ��  fen.  WHILE a full-blast blizzard dumped building and came out with this ten-  whitestuff on:the Sunshine Coast last footer. Another group on Porpoise Bay  week, some people found the time to Road reported constructing one over  make the best of.it. This group took a eight feet tall,  shot at the world's record for snowman  by ROSAMUND SIMPKINS  I wrote a Christmas story recently about  life in the thirties.  We wondered why there was a stream of  hobos who came to our door. My mother fed  them and they always left some wood cut.  Eventually we found arid erased the hobo sigh  on our fence. People are asking me, 'What  was the sign?'  The first hobo rode the first freight that  rolled on the American continent. Sometime  after World War I an ex-hobo wrote and  published a small book called 'A No. 1  Tramp'. In that book was recorded all the  signs and symbols used by these fellows. I  don't remember the exact mark which was on  our fence, but if you can find a copy of this  book it will tfell you not only the mark but how  the traffic was directed all the way from the  railroad tracks to our house on the hill at 1010  Chamberlain Drive, Lynn Valley. The last  known owner of a copy of this book is Tom  B.J.D. Liddell of 1945 Tattow, North Vancouver, conductor on the Canadian Pacific  Riy.  The draft dodgers on the Sunshine Coast  during these past seven years have been  putting up all sorts of signs directing their  friends from the States to their hideouts.  We even noticed a hippie sign up a logging  trail on Texada Island. Difficult times bring  out the ingenuity of man.  This is something which Bob  gloom arid doom man of the Vancouver Sun,  does not understand. He wrote a short while  ago to remind us that we would be out of gas  in seven or eight years, to predict that  automobiles will become museum pieces, and  to suggest that we all buy bicycles. He  doesn't know about the tanks' which were  mounted on the European vehicles during the  war or how people chopped up little pieces of  wood, fired the tanks, and directed the smoke  into the carburetors.  Hunter lives on a boat in False Creek and  he has only to scramble up onto Granville  Bridge and he is at his Pacific Press office.  He apparently doesn't have the drive and  doesn't realize that the ingenuity of man has  carried him from crisis to crisis for four  million years.  Now, with women coming into their own  we can look forward to another million years  with women's intuition to help.  SECHELT-Forthcoming Marde Gras was  the main business at the Sechelt Auxiliary to  St. Mary's Hospital February meeting held at  St. Hilda's Church hall.  Convenor Mrs. Margaret Humm reported  everything was progressing favourably. She  regretted the rise in price but finding it  necessary due to rising food prices. The  menu for the smorgasbord sounds very exciting and the members responded as usual to  ep^esi^fcir-eobks-anchother-help.^   there will be the traditional King and  Queen, who will judge the best costumes, so  do find yourself a fetching costume and join in  the fun. The tickets are $9 per person and can  be obtained from Mrs. Ina Grafe 885-9457, on  sale now.      V   '  Mrs. Ronnie Dunn, choreographer has a  dozen "girls" practising a high class dance  routine, their premiere j^rformance will be  on March^,8 at the /Auxiliary Marde Gras,  Smorgasbord.  President Mrs. Betty Monk was unable to  preside over the meeting due to the flu. In her  place was Vice Presiderit Mrs. Billie Steel.  Attendance of 26 with a guest Mrs. Velma  Keebles.  Bridge players are busy with their games,  Mrs. Margaret Humm, chairman, says  everyone is welcome to the Windup Bridge  Party that will be held at St. Hilda's April 11 at  7:30.  Volunteer Chairman Mrs. Dorothy Carter  reported the hairdressers worked 107 hours,  the gift shop workers 36 hours, Library seven  hours, Extended care spent 64 hours, flower  care 10 hours and miscellaneous 27 hours.  Coat hangers are needed at St. Mary's  Hospital if you have some to spare drop them  off at the Foyer of the Hospital.  St. Mary's Hospital Society memberships  are due $2, join now and support your  hospital board, if not already a member.  ��  SECHELT���Gibsons are not the only ones  with expansion on their mind.  Trustees of the Sechelt Fire Protection  Districts have served notice they will petition  for the expansion of their area to include  Porpoise Bay Road to Tuwanek and Lot 4958  in the Sargeant Bay area of Redrooffs Road.  A map of the proposed areas is located in  an advertisement in today's Times.  The present fire district extends ui>  Porpoise Bay road to the government campsite and west to Cairns Bay. The proposed  extension would take the district to\ about  Belle Road on Redrooffs Road.  According to. Ben Firth of the fire  protection district, anyone whose land is in  the proposed area has 30 days in which to  object to being included. The objection must  go to the minister of municipal affairs,  Victoria, within the 30 days.  M��i��������tHMBfflMI����^  -V-l',  Arranging a registered retirement savings plan  is as easy as 1,2,3.  A lot of people look forward to their retirement. But they don't look forward to  a reduction in income.  That's why the Royal Bank has available three separate Registered Retirement  Savings Plans. 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"      yr"      '        1>-      ����� ���    -r  RUPERT DRAND  0 ox. pkg ,,,   * Popporonl  * Mushrooms  * Salami  10 ox ,, ,,, ,,,  Thurs, Feb 20 to Sat. Feb 22  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT   TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  I  LUCKY DOLLAR FOODS  Gibsons/B.C.  Phone 886-2563  RED & WHITE FOODS  Sechelt/B.C. .  Phone 885-9416 1%  Section B  Wednesday, February 19,1975  /"-v  tt   *      -sf  '(1  ���J*.  1  1  +  </            GIBSONS ��� Working conditions at the clause in the contract.              '              ' ,we press for it. The union has neither voice clause in mid-contract,  Pages 1?8     Port Mellon pulp mill are "unsatisfactory",       Also high on the list of union demands nor vote in the caucus-. The only legal entities        ''Our members are the victims of in-   ~     according to local union president Ron Mc- would be a shorter work week.   "We mustv" in the signing of contracts are the local flation," said the local president/'and we  Fhedran. breach the barrier of the 40-hour week," saitf unions." , have to see they get out of that victim class."  "The ventilation is poor," he charged, ^McPhedran.   "We hope to do this-by in- Individual locals had complete autonomy,        Lorrain foresaw an increasing role for the  "and sanitary facilities, lighting and lunch creased vacations. Lorrain emphasized.        '- CPU    in    the    International    Chemical  room facilities all have to be improved?. -'         He cited the reason for poor working He said the UPIU was the first and largest Federation, based in Geneva, Switzerland.  McPhedran made the'statement during a conditions at the mill as the age of the facility, international   union   to,"respohd   to   the Early .next  summer,  said  the, national  press interview last week with Canadian     "It's an old mill," he said. "It's physical seeming search for Canadian autonomy." president, he would be attending a meeting in  Paperworkers'   Union  national   president aspect has deteriorated." Separation of Canadian members from the Geneva to lay the foundations for an in-.  Henry Lorrain.                                         - '    National Union president Henry Lorrain international    union    had  - been    "very ternational labor agreement for the pulp,  The local union chief said improved visited Gibsons Keb. 12 during a nine-day tour amicable," he said. paper, chemical, glass  and  ceramic  in-  working conditions would be one of the top of the province.                    - Lorrain was adamant that his union, did dustries.  A     priorities     during     upcoming     contract ���    He explained that the CPU, was formed in not seek unreasonable concessions from the        Local unionists held a dinner for Lorrain in  negotiations with Canadian Forest Products. June, 1974, after Canadian-paperworkers industry at contract bargaining. Gibsons Feb. 12. The next day, he went on to  The present two-year contract expires in voted tp separate from the United Paper- "Unionists sell their labor for a set price Port Alberni.  June, he said. workers ^International Union (UPIU). for  two  years,"   he   said.   "But,   if   a  McPhedran said the main objectives of the       He stressed that the CPU was a, "rank and manufacturer is hit by inflation, he can jack f  union bargaining team would be to, "protect file organization.   The union provides the up his price right away."  ,-     our members from galloping inflation." To   service of resegj-ch.'.and, in waget negotiations,        He said Canadian pulp and paper mills  r-  In aldermanic by-election  ���^cliieve^s^e^smdfte-unioniwouldpressfor���its^taf^��ret^s4awyeK40r-the-filembeFship,���were^resentty^^rating^-over9(Hper-cent  an extended cost of living allowance (COLA)        "The members tell us what they want and    0f capacity, and that demands' for pulp and  paper products would soon exceed supply.  "This will certainly help'the manufacturers," he, said. "And there is very little new  capacity coming on in Canada."  Lorrain pointed out that UPIU members in  B.C. were, "in the vanguard of the paper  industry" in negotiating COLA clauses.  McPhedran said his union was one of the  first in the country to negotiate a COLA  mm��mm��s0.mis��$sm(��t^^��fimtsmmfsm  VH.Vi,|i,i'aj.i,|HH,  i  * Trevor W. Neate  *������ Larry E. Lewis  Ste. 2 02 1571 Marine Dr.  Gibsons  886-2712  GIBSONS ��� Gibsons aldermanic candidate Dr. Terry Webb has somt? definite  ideas about the future of the area; ':     ^  "There are several things I would like to  see," the candidate in the February 22 by-  election said, "the way the area is shaping up  now there is a number of, small shops  clustered together. I would like to see encouragement of an alternative shopping area.  ,. "Secondly, I would like to pursue every  NATIONAL PRESIDENT of the to exchange ideas with Port Mellon local avaUable provincial fund for village im-  Canadian Paperworkers* Union, Henry of the union. Here, he chats with Ron provements, the basic things like sidewalks  Lorrain, right, visited Gibsons last week    McPhedran, local president. which should be there. Look at the village, do  we really need all those hydro poles blocking  �� ��� . the view? Some of the lines could be run  underground."  Dr. Webb, a Gibsons dentist is one of two  candidates pursuing the aldermanic seat  made;. vacant bythe^resignation of Winston,  Robinson. Dr. Webb opposes i.S. Metzler in  the aldermanic race.  "It's all very nice to build a pretty little  village," Dr. Webb said, "but what good is it  if spmeone is just going, to come along and -  wreck it. The whole aspect of vandalism has  GIBSONS���Sound    administration    and    year after 30 years service with school boards    to be looked at and discussed on several  careful.scrutiny of every dollar spent by the    in the province. He spent the past four years    levels ��� council, the RCMP, social services  municipality will be the objectives of Jim    as  secretary-treasurer of Sechelt  school    and any other groups interested. It's time  Metzler if he is successful in his election bid    district. that     vandalism     to     property     was  for village council. The airforce veteran moved to Gibsons    discouraged."  The Sargeant Road resident is one of two    from Vancouver Island and built his present        Dr- Webb is a resident of Hopkins Landing  candidates who will be contesting the seat    home. and   former . head   of   the   community ,  recently   vacated   by   Winston   Robinson        Metzler, 61, and his wife,'Bert', have two    association there. ^  because of poor health. daughters and one son, all married. "Any-policy the village makes has to b| ;,  Election day is February 22. His spare time activities include fishing    out in the open," he said, ''I'm allfor M^��,  ^-TKe~adermam<?"candidate retired last' awTgarmthg,Ifiid^teing the siimmer, lie    Meetings and.public,information. I have^  rr  ��� i|M i ismsss��|s m-ilEU  :-\  ft  >    �� �����,      ��  ��  <- S$r^  \  A:  Vs  ��,<.  v  first in outboards  *.*<>,  "1  Wide selection  of new engines  in stock!  Box 1 89, Madeira Park, B.C. Phone 883-2266  fmmmmmmmWmmMUimm'  DR. TERRY WEBB  ... seeking office  G & E PLUMBING  ...... and HEATING  Plumbing, heating & sewers  couraged and increased.'  enjoys travelling the coastal waters in his    compliment the village council for the open    ga Repairs and installations  own boat. approach they favored,with regard to ex-    i��� ah work guaranteed  The upcoming municipal election will be    pansion. that open approach should be en-    | 886-7638  Metzler's first bid for public office. ����.���,��*��i <���a in^oe^ ��  During his tenure with the local school  board, he gained a reputation for tight control  of spending, and he would bring the same  counter-inflationary  thinking  to bear  on  village finances if elected.  Running against Metzler is Dr. Terry  Webb, a dentist in the village.,- ,  885-2439  )s^mmmmmamwKsw^mms^mimmmsism&  ^ai^MS^^  I.   i-M+rf I)        sis!  JIMMET7XER  ... aldermanic candidate  ront  By  Lon  ,|vj Van Egmond  To shado thoir living room from glaro,  ono family oxtondod tho rool night loot ���  ^.gaining shado,.on ontry- dock, and good���  loohs, Opening In tho now "root" lotsiln o  Httla (sun,  ��� i>  Looh lor a now Indicator that tolls you  whon  tho tlltor  In your  hooting or air'  conditioning systorn noods roploclng. It's  lnoxpon��lvo ��� and   naslor   than   rorriom-  boring,  Ono couplo turnoii Victorian Iron ootoj  Into an unuiual hoadboard, simply hy  mounllng thom on Iho wall bohlwl thoir  bod,  posh now apnrtmonts built ,by ArlMotlo  Onasili fnaturo marblo baths, sounos,  mlcrownvo ovons, and uso of wlno collars,  tlchortnpo, and othor nmonltlns, And  Iho/ro soiling woll-at $122,000 to  ��� 163,0001 ��� -"'���" ���~ ��� "='  What's YOUR prlco range? You'll  find a good solution of com-  fortablo homos at tho prlco you  ,,,want.Jp,.Jpoy...ot_���^���..,i..,���.,..,.^^ -���,���,,, ,.  SuwCOAST ESTATES  In Socholt call 885-2241  PGHUG RlffiTI  Proposed Extension of  Boundaries of the Sechelt  Fire Protection District  Take notlco that tho Trustees of tho Sechelt  Flro Protection District Intend to petition the  MInlstor of Municipal Affairs requesting tho  oxtonslon of tho aroa of tho Improvement  district to Include lands shown hatched with a  black lino on tho map at loft.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE THAT any  ownor of land within the aroa .shown on tho map  having ob|oct|on to tho Inclusion of his proporty  within tho Improvomont district should notify tho  Minister of Municipal Affairs, Parliament  ^Du.|l.dln0Si,.y.l<;tor.la,,,B.C.,.(.ofJil8.db|octlonsi.wlthlni-,a*w��..  30 days of tho publication of this notlco In q  nowapapor, ��� ���    ���   ',  Bon Firth  Socrotnry  7-  Wilson Civ civ  "��   , AH
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Wednesday, February 10,1975
Sechelt lanes
TUESDAY i^IGJST LADIES
Shelly Jager, 258, 633; Sue Bunyan 270.
FRIDAY BALL & CHAIN
Glen Clark 718 (309,221); Ed Nicholson 633
(245, 226); Other 200 games were rolled by;
Sybil Shewchuk 254; Kitty Clark 233; Ron
Watts 218; Ken Kujala 210; Bubbles
Creighton 205; Eve Worthington 202.
WEDNESDAY LADIES - Feb. 12
Mabel McDermid 253, 173, 173 (599);
Eleanor Gritt 184, 259,162 (605); Lynne Pike
216, 229, 142 (587); Other 200 games were
rolled by: Terry Henderson 206; Hazel Skytte
203; Marg Maedel 230.
SECHELT COMMERICAL - Feb. 13
& from Dall 198, 260 (611); Pat Wing 213, 201
"(569); Charlie Humm 255, 215, 207 (677);
Mary Henderson 222, 177, 209 (608); Esther
Berry 216, 200,241 (657); D. Caldwell 222,201,
177 (600); Fern Mosier 238, 171, 192 (601);
Lola Caldwell 232, 251 (620); M. Butcher 231,
193,183 (607); Jerry Mielke 188,243,241 (672);
Frank Giampa Sr. 216, 210 (595); Joanne
Giampa 202,209 (576); Other 200 games rolled
by; Aubrey Hudson 206, 214 (570); Marg
Humm 212; Andy Henderson 211; Dede
Williams 214; Pat Wing 213, 201. '
GBbsons defeats *
By Rpbert Foxall
There can be no doubt that Senior Citizens
Branch 69's action in organising a Carpet
Bowling meet for Seniors on the Sunshine
Coast, under the auspices of the Provincial
Winter Carnival of Sport, is paying dividends
in new acquaintances and friendships as we
continue to host other branches.
We are securing answers to organization
problems as information is exchanged between members whilst awaiting our turns to
roll. A high feeling of fun prevails and the
yells of approval when good shots aro made
must mako passing folks think wo aro staging
a hockey game,
Tho standard of bowling has become very
high as the series progresses. Our second
group of visitors woro from Gibsons being
members of O. A.P, A. No, 38. Thoy camo Fob.
3 and numbered 22. They were thoughtful
enough to bring nn extra carpet with them so
that while tho challenge game was being
played all other members of both branches
wcro able to play scratch games.
At the appropriate tlmo a puuso was taken
while tho Secholt Ladles served refreshments, • >
After tho recess tho .second game was
played,
 Hodnlti of tho official gomes wcro Gibsons
LANGDALE ELEMENTARY GIRjLS A
team took second place in consolation
round of B.C. Festival of Winter Sports
volleyball tournament in Vancouver.
Players  are:   back  row,   from  left,
Christine Campbell, Esther Michaud,
•Shannon Macey, Marnie Jamieson.
Front row, from left, Diane Campbell,
Denise Gregg, captain Debbie McDonald, Kim Henderson.
Gibsons Elementary School boys took top
honors at a B.C. Festival of Winter Sports
volleyball tournament.
And a boys' team from Langdale
elementary finished fourth in the chanv
pionship round of the same event.
The annual Cedar Hills inter-school
tourney was staged Feb. 8 at Queen Elizabeth
Secondary School, Vancouver. A total of 18
boys' teams and 20 girls' teams from
throughout the province participated.
Girls' teams from the two local schools
also took part, with the Langdale players
taking second place in the consolation round.
On their way to the top, the Gibsons boys
won their section of the preliminary round
robin competition. Then, in the championship
double knockout tournament, they romped
through undefeated to take first place.
In the final game of the tournament,
Gibsons drubbed Abbotsford 15-3.
Toughest competition for Gibsons was the
Langdale team, according to coach John
Lowden.
"In^ fact; had not Gibsons defeated
Langdale in the first round of the championship, it would well have been Langdale
winning it all," he said.
Bob Cotter coached the Gibsons girls, with
Brian Bennett and Ian Jacob coaching the
Langdale boys' and girls' teams respectively.
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25 — Sechelt 22. We will anticipate a return
game in the future and the opportunity to try
to reverse the score. Visitors from Gibsons
under the leadership of Jim Holt were, first
team: Lil Perry, Oliver Bray, Inga Bernhoff,
Charles Strom, ArtTeasdale, Vl.Lynds, Irene
Bushfield, Ralph Lynds. Second Team:
'Louise Barnes, Maude Krintila, Flo Gough,
Ruby Mason, Fred Mason, Jullen Sorenson,
Dick Oliver and Wyn Keeri. Third Team; Jim
Holt, Tom Vincent, Helen Thurston, Helen
Raby, Rita Sllverton, Flo Chaster & Kay
I-yall.
Tho following week, Feb. 10, It gave us
great pleasure to welcome Ponder Harbor
Seniors. The same spirit of fellowship was
evident and as before the competition wns
vory keen as evidenced by tho score which
was Sechelt 14, Pender Harbor 13,
Teams were Pender Harbour: Jim Fraser
Nancy Sowell, Pat Fraser, Thurza Anderson,
Marg Rankin, Alex Rankin, Nell Lllllngton,
Gus Lilllngton, Secholt Team. M. Whlttaker,
Jean Sherlock, Marg Henschko, Maxlno
McNeill, Ann Ross, Agnes McLaren and J.
Derby,
Wo would llko to remind our visitor's that
wo meet every Monday nnd aro always happy
to wolcomo visitors and mnko room for thorn
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>^ Arena News  Wednesday, February 19,1975    The Peninsula Times  Page B-3  BY HELEN PHILIPS  FUN BONSPIEL  Margo Mathews, who has been elected  chairwoman for the ladies afternoon curling,  has announced there wiU be a f un bpnspiel on  Feb. 27 from 11 a.m. till 3 p.m.     ���  There will be a break in between for lunch  and refreshments. This sounds like it will be  a real fun session and ladies who curl on  nightime leagues are invited to participate.  This bonspiel will cost 50 cents to cover the  cost of the humorous prizes and you are asked  to call Jean Mercer at 885-9563 byThur., Feb.  20 if you wish to join. Remember, that is  tomorrow. Don't delay, it is not that easy to  put rinks together if a dozen separate calls  come in late. All ladies welcome, come and  meet some new people.  -FOYTajErON   The downfall of snow apparently stopped  some minor hockey games in the morning but  all four commercial teams made it out for  their games. Wakefield beat Pender 4 to 2 and  Gibsons beat Roberts Creek 4 to 3. Mel was  down with the flu, so maybe that's why the  Roberts Creek loss. Right, Mel?        v  No report on the "Over the Hill" gang  because this column is being written before  their Fri. night game, since Sat. the Phillips  are taking a holiday for two weeks.  This also means no'column for two or three  weeks too; but if you have any newsworthy  events about the arena, hang onto them; and  we will catch up.  ADULT REQUIRED ^  John Thorold is busy with night school and  Bill Lawson (and wife) are taking holidays  too, (really Peggy, I'm not trying tostealnews  from Sechelt News column,) so we are in need  of a few adults who come out to skate to give a  hand with crowd control.  It is mostly a simple matter of speaking to  a few simpletons thatseem to feel the need to  speed skate during the public sessions, and  being ready to give a hand to anyone who  might have sustained an injury while on the  ice. Come on fellows, if you saw some young  punk knock down a little old lady on the street  you'd be inclined to say something, so if you  are going to be outskating, anyhow, it would  certainly be a help to those concerned if you  would volunteer your services. No speed  skaters need;apply,;thank you.  "'A reminder to these speed skaters,  eventually the ice patrol is going to get fed up  with telling the same ones to slow down, tinie  after time again, and you will find yourself  banned from public skating for this slight  misdemeanor. If you want to get some good,  hard skating in, do it during hockey practise;  and if you haven't joined a hockey team then  it is your own fault. Don't take it out on the  public skaters.  well deserved vacations, all away from the  ice and cold. The Jack Whitakers just'  returned from a months holiday, down  Arizona way, John and Maureen Clayton are  sporting tans from a trip to Hawaii, the  Phillips will be basking in the sun by the time  the paper is.out^ana'^r^iLinTand Betty Dixon  are leaving the week after from Mexico.  A year ago these people were just too busy  to take holidays, so for those that have been,  glad you enjoyed them, and for those going,  have fun.  BY ROBERT FOXALL  Ladies, you were beautiful, absolutely  beautiful, and so were your costumes. What a  stunning turn-out. And what a party. What  am I raving about? The Box Social and Dance  held by the Senior Swingers the afternoon of  February 12 at the Old Legion Hall in Sechelt.  It seemed that every one who could was  there, and to our pleasure several from  Vancouver, Gibsons, Roberts Creek and  points West of Sechelt.  The theme of course, was 'old-time' and all  present had co-operated to re-live the spirit of  the days when a box social was a high-light of  living. This mere male will not-attempt to  describe the costumes, sufficient to say. They  were gorgeous. The party started off with a  number of lively dances and then Auctioneer  Joe Benner came on the scene and proved  that he would be an asset to any Minister of  Finance, such was his ability to extract  dollars from the group. It wasn't safe to  scratch those, blink an eye or lift a finger.  One such a move and the price of the lunch  soon went up. One lady lifted a hand to make  a point and soon found out that she had bought  a $3.00 lunch. Bidding was keen and determined. The boxes were prettily decorated and  many contained appropriate Valentine  messages.  Our thanks go th Joe for his taking ways.  Our coffers were enriched by over $70.00.  After the auction we all quickly opened our  boxes so that we could find our luncheon  partner and partake of the dilicious collation  found in every box. The goodies were really  delicious. After the lunch dancing was  resumed and carried on past the usual hour  with everyone declaring the party the best  ��� -yet. ������ ..  Maybe anotheTlbWshouTd*^eXaken affhe  disciplinary action; and not only should the  kids be notified when they are suspended, but  the parents,, also. This way maybe some of  the parents that send their kids out to the rink  but have never even seen the inside of it  themselves, would be a little bit more aware  of what is going on.  The arena was not built as a babysitting  device. It was built to give recreation and  entertainment to people of all ages, so those  who use it should be responsible enough to act  like human beings.  ARENA A pENEFIT  - Strictly my own opinion, but it seems to .  me that the small group of people who feel the  school should be at Selma Park instead of  Porpoise Bay should take into consideration  that children will benefit by being so close to  the arena that they will be able to go skating  during some physical education classes.  Right now school children who partake of the  Friday afternoon school skating are having to  take buses to reach it. This would be the case  if the school was at Selma Park too, and I'm  sure that it would be a boon to parents that  have to drive their kids from Roberts Creek to  Public skating, as an extra session during  school hours might cut down the number of  times they'd have to taxi them out during  weekends.  NO SCORES  Sorry there were no minor hockey scores .,  last weekend, but my kids all had early  practises so I wasn't about to stick around till  noon to find out any scores. And you certainly  can't ask any coaches to dig up all the scores  from Sat. and Sun. Because they are busy  _ enough with their own ^  without having to spend time on ottier things.  BOARD HOILDAYS  Some of the people who have worked so  hard to get this arena on its way are taking  SCHOLARSHIPS  Of Interest To  B.C. Residents  Wtwlom CnnndiYi, oldoat liv  (lopandont School (or l>oy��,  with oxpnn'lnd bonrdina  -~ InollltlotylB oflorlno n oortnln  numbor ol Qoholnrahlpa lor  B,c, noaidonta , , ,,Prop  Bohoo| gtnUoi. CJ lo 7, nnd  Banlot Bohool atndm 0 lo 10,  Forlntormnllon.wrlloi  Tun nraioTfiAn (ficiioi.AnsniPfl|  "$ypijici^"  3400 Richmond llond,   VICTORIA, B.C.  i .si  Sunshine Coast Scholarship, pursary and  Loan Society will be holding a meeting  February 25.  The meeting will be held in the Elphinstone Secondary library at 8 p.m.  Purpose of the meeting, according to a  member of the society will be to organize the  scholarship, bursary and loan system for the  -poming year; ?  The special meeting is for all society  members, all donors, and all interested  persons, he said.  Each year the society makes nearly $4,000  available to local young people to pursue their  educational goals. This year changes in the  education system have called for changes in  the manner bursaries are to be aw.arded. This  is to be discussed at the meeting, the  spokesman said.  Sechelt Notes  ���by Peggy Connor  Sunshine Rebekah Lodge No. 82 installed  their 1975 slate of officers on Jan. 22 at St.  Hildas Church Hall in Sechelt.  D.D.P. Mary Steele was the installling  officer assisted by Marshall Mrs. Gladys  Brown.; ������-<���- -; ���--  New Noble Grand is Mrs. Eileen Smith,  Vice Grand Mrs. Mary Kingston, Recording  Secretary Mrs. Isabel Draper, Financial  Secretary Evelyn Olsen and Treasurer Mrs.  Hilda Clancy.  Jan. 8 meeting was postponed on account  of bad weather. The Rebekahs are looking  forward to their March 12 meeting when their  guest will be Provincial President Mrs.  (Sam) Louise De Luca from Cranbrook.  GIBSONS - Tho village may lose one of  Its moro notorloufi landmarks by tho ond of  the year,  Acting mayor Kurt Hoehne told council's  Feb. 12 meeting that Uio ditch fronting  Elphlnstond Secondary School on Highway  101 may by culverted and filled during 1975.  Under an earlier agreement, council offered to construct a sidewalk over tho ditch If  Uio provincial highways department filled It.  "The department of highways Is not  moving at tho paco wo want to move, biU wo  have to���co-opcmto If wc wnnt-toget any  moaoy out of them," ho mild. "I hopo tho work  will bo finished In 1075."  Tho hazard to traffic posed by tho doep  ditch has been tho .subject of criticism for tho  15 yomv.,    ,���   ,  by KARIN HOEMBERG  The series Exploring Learning Disabilities  has been very successful and the last guest  speaker is on Friday, February 28 at 8 p.m. in  Secheit Elementary School. The speaker is  child psychiatrist Dr. Drew McTaggart who  is in charge of the psychiatric ward for  children in Vancouver General Hospital.  He is considered among the best in his  field in the Western World, and we are very  pleased that he has offered to come and talk  In our community.  Dr. McTaggart will tell us about  psychiatric treatment of children, what can  be done to help children with problems, how  medication can be used and what are the  matters of importance when we discuss attitudes and treatments. This talk will appeal  not only to parents and teachers, biit also to  anybody who is interested in learning to know  moro about what can happen when a child  does not function because of emotional  disorder. There is no fee.  Metrics for you, If you can make a broad  jump of 4.60 m with 21. of milk in your left  hand and a stick of 2mm In your right hand  you don't need this course. If this Is not the  case you may |o!n tho club of people going  mentally metric in Sechelt Elementary  School opon area on Tuesday, March 4 at 7-9  p.m. It Is a four hour course and tho f eo Is $5.  Tho homo Nursing Course starts on  February 20, and tho class is full to tho brim,  Parents In Action is the discussion type of  group-effort designed to provide parents with  the most effective tools to do what they find  right when bringing up children to become  healthy and harmonious human beings.  Helen Roy was going to start a group last  week, but experience has shown that it takes  about fifteen people to create a good base for  the kind of thought exchange that Helen has  in mind. This is an experiment, and we  decided to invite mothers with two to four  year old children because they have so much  in common. I have been accused of  discrimination because the class is not open  to fathers as well. I liked that accusation  because it showed what I already know, that  some men do care, although many of them  have a hard time keeping up the ijnage that  they don't go for that Why-not-women-stuff.  However, we had to start somewhere, and  we could as well have selected single parents,  single fathers, single mothers, parents,  children, parents and children, etc. If you are  interested In Joining this venture every  Thursday 9:30-11:30 a.m. for 10 weeks please  call the co-ordlnator, and when we have a  group together wo will let you know. The  meetings take place in tho Health Unit In  Gibsons and babysitting is available.  The Wiitcr Waitress training course starts  on March 3 at tho Jolly Roger Inn. This Is a  good opportunity to Join an upgrading  program without having to pay for it. Canada  Manpower sponsors Uio course,  AIRWAYS LIMITED  P.O. Box 640, Sechelt  ���SHMHG-SCHEDUU^^  Sechelt-Nanaimo Sechelt-Vancouver  Lv. Socholt  * 0:30 q.m,  12:00 noon  4:00 p.m.  Lv. Nanalmo  * 9:00 a.m.  12:30 p.m.  4:30 p.m.  I  Lv. Socholt  0:00 a.m.  12:00 noon  4:00 p.m.  Eff0ctlvoFob.l7,l?75  Lv. Vancouvor  9:00 a.m.  1 ;00 p.m.   .  5:00 p.m,  * Dally Excopt Sunday *      ���  Commuters Special $15.00 return  Loavos Socholt Monday through Saturday. 0��00 a.m,  And returning from Vancouvor 5 p.m. tho tamo day,  Special excursion rate to fOanaimo $18,00 return  ^.,-^,,-^..42 tOQ~ noon-Friday., to ~.12i30..p.m...Mondayu.^���u., ������,.���,���������.,���,���  CONNECTING   FLIGHTS   FOR   PENDER  HARBOUR  AND LOGGING CAMPS  Porpoise Bay ��Sechelt )  SecKelt I885-22W I^ncl^r:i685^922      |  Nanalmo - 753-2041 PageB-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 19,1975  iiu,...ii.mi��a...ii iim.iiui u hi, m*~smm  The Peninsula j^ged  -Don Morberg, Managing Editor  ""--���"J""*11"*1' �� JlMimaslMi���s��  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian of  every  other right  that free  men prize."  ,   ^r Winston Churchill  e��n��iis  This week's decision by the school  bb&rd to reconsider iheir choice of the  arena site for the .area's next junior  secondary school has left some people  with the impression that the final choice  will be between that site and the Seliha  Park site. .;���.,.*"        ' ������ '  Aconyersation-withGhairman-Peter-  reconsideratioh of the decision meant  that it was opening itself to suggestions  of .any site;, or any plan to gain another  site.  Prescesky,revealed that this is, indeed,  not the ease.  Following the board's meeting last  week, Prescesky said that the board's  The chajxman said if someone knows  of a site which is suitable, the board  -would be-more than happy tchconsider-ifc  He emphasized that it was hot an 'either-  or' situation between the two celebrated  sites. The board is open for other  suggestions.  Sometime ago an editorial appeared  on these pages. It was called The Ivory  Tower Crumbles. This week the school  board kicked the last leg of support out  from under theirs.  When board chairman Peter  Prescesky was campaigning for reelection last November he said he would  actively work toward better communication with teachers and parents.  Thursday's announcement that the  board has called for complete  engineering studies of both proposed  school sites indicates he has fulfilled  part of that election promise.  Prescesky has been in the chair less  than a month, but already he has  demonstrated something that has been  lacking in many government levels for a  long time. He is willing.to listen.  We believe people are getting tired of  having to set riff explosions under  elected officials to get them to pay attention, let alone move. We only hope  that Mr. Prescesky and his board will  continue to listen to the people and make  their decisions when all have been  heard.  This policy is, at times, going to  made the board very unpopular; but  rarely wrong.  A tipor-two  '_   ���"   ' by coo croydon  Tip-or-two's question: What foods most  cheaply provide daily one serving of Vitamin  C?  Answer: Least expensive VitaminC foods  include frozen or canned orange juice,  vitaminized apple juice, canned tomatoes,  tomato juice, raw cabbage and raw turnip.  CooWng destroys cabbage and turnip Vitamin  C content, i ���",;''v."        .'������.'''���  Another question is: Are brown eggs  better for my family to eat than cheaper  white ones? '������'���  Answer:. The colour of the" egg shell,  BROWN or WHITE, does not effect the food  value of the egg inside it, so DO NOT PAY  EXTRA for the colour pf the shell!  Tip-or-two. Esseritiail daily nutrients are  obtained from food groups, such as protein,  vitamins and minerals for growth and normal  health.   Eating too many foods from one  I was one of the teachers who was lowering the pupil-teacher ratio."  TjfdupTTrorenmii^^  Vitamin C deficiency.  -Tip-or-two Safety suggestion. Sew-on^  safety stripes for outdoor wear after dark-  decorative, reflective fabric reflects back  auto headlights-wearer is easily seen by  oncoming drivers. Sewing polyester knits?  Keep ballpoint needles clean and smooth with  Instant Needle conditioner running it through  your machine half a dozen times and your  'needle" is' renewed. A Tip-great for regular  needles too!  Got the meat marinade habit yet? Turn  coarser economical cuts in to tasty morsels  with an hour's soaking in one of many meat  marinade recipes to cut though fibres and add  flavour to winter hearty dinners.  Readers' Right  .���������:.:.:.:<.��  HORRIBLE as it may seem, there is a  possibility that Sechelt may go through  Timber Days without a May Queen.  The choosing of the Queen has been one of  the highlights of the celebrations; but the  organization which normally handles it will  not be able to this year. That leaves two  possibilities: . .a. another organization takes  it or b. it is deleted from the agenda.  There is a letter to the editor in today's  Times more fully explaining the situatution,  but that is what it whittles down to.  ^Personally I wouldn't like ta-isee-it dropped  so Mthere is a group who could take over the  organization, please step forward. You will  receive as much help and direction from the  Timber Days Committee as possible.  Call Morgan Thompson at 885-9330 or 885-  2341 for more information or to volunteer.  ACROSS my desk, the other day, trotted a  news release from the provincial department  of municipal affairs stating that the department had awarded $102,903.40 to regional  , districts who have completed their regional  plans. '   ' '���'���'���'  I thought how curious it was that those who  can afford to have them completed get money  while those who can't afford it (like us), have  to wait until they have completed it to get  money. \  I Inquired and found out that this policy  was changing. The grant, by. the way, had  nothing to do with the cost of the plan; it was a  per capita grant. Curious.  PERHAPS someone should tell the federal  department of regional expansion that Prince  Edward Island is part of Canada.  I received a news release from the  department stating, "Canada has agreed to  provide additional assistance to Prince  Edward Island so that the island may be  connected with mainland Canada."  SOMETHING which happened last week  highlighted a situation which Is occurring all  to frequently. In an attempt to get more  communclatlon, less communication results.  More and more groups are becoming  media conscious. Thoy realize how Important  It Is that Information Is spread as fast ns  By Don Morberg  possible to the most people.  Case in point is the Association of B.C.  Vets and their Low Income Assistance for  having animals neutered.  I called a local veterinarian Dr. Pat Perry  and he said he hadn't heard a thing about it.  Apparently the provincial body had come  up with this great idea, contacted all the news  media and forgot to tell the local vets.  Anyway, I hope that information will be  coming forthwith.  FEBRUARY 14 being what it is, I decided  to surprise my loving wife Georgie with a  special Valentines Day present.  Imagine the look on her face when she  opened her eyes to see a brand new NHL  approved table hockey game.  Of course, she had never even hinted that  she wanted a table hockey game and that's  what made it such a big surprise. She was  speechless. In fact, she didn't talk to me for a  long, long time. - ^  Still on the same subject of the hockey  game, all through the Christmas season I had  seen jokes and cartoons about fathers who  were unable to fathom the assembling of their  daughter or son's Christmas toys.  When it came to assembling the superstructure of this hockey'game, it was no joke,  There was 'tab A.' which fitted into 'slot B.'  except on Models TJ4 through TK14 excluding  those with players of Canadian teams. This  went on through 16 pages of instruction,  I suppose it vyas funny if it wasn't you'who  was in the centre of a living room floor of little  plastic men and 'slot B.' with no 'tab A's' to  put In them. The directions were Insane, of  course, and the illustrations only showed  parts which were from other models or  missing from mine.  Tho sot os flrilolly together and ready for  uic.Stanley Cup play-offs. Tho cup, miniature  and plastic, was provided with the set along  with four teams, two of which are, the same.  Tho game now is sot up/with Montreal  Canadiens ready to kick 1^11 out of tho  Toronto Maplo Leafs. Now, If wo only had a  puck,  Editor, The Times;  Sir ��� In the seven months I have been a  resident of the Siinshme Coast, I have always  been aware of its beauty, but I hadn't realized  that it was, in fact, a veritable Wonderland;  the kind Alice fell into down the rabbit hole  or stepped into through the looking glass. My  realization of this situations arises from the  February issue of The Peninsula Times,  which contains a letter to me that-1 have  never received, and some 'off the record'  comments made to your reporter based upon  what he said Mrs. McNevin's letter said, and  therefore off the record until I have had a  chance to study the letter and respond  formally.  In the absence of an actual letter to me, I  will accept the text in your newspaper column  as being it, and will respond to that. Pursuing  the 'Looking Glass' approach?one rStep further, since Mrs. McNevin addressed the letter  to me, but didn't send me one; I'll address the  reply to you, but I'll send a copy to Mrs.  McNevin.  We seem to talking at cross purposes;  Mrs. McNevin takes me to task based upon a  comment I made as reported in the press.  Unfortunately, Mrs. McNevin's interpretation of the press interpretation of  what I said, is incorrect. She "reminds me  that the process of selecting a location for a  new secondary school, to which I referred  as," we've been through this many times, "a  process related to choosing a site on which to  build Elphinstone." Wrong Mrs. McNevin, I  was referring to the choice between Selma  Park and the Arena site, which the board had  gone through many times, always coming  down on the side of the Arena site. Some of  these deliberations were reported in the press  without drawing any comment from anyone  In opposition to the choice. My rather terse  comment was occasioned by the fact that  with the site choice public knowledge for  some months, and with the board doing its  best to move along a very tight tlmo schedule  for construction of tho new school . the  parents committee woujld wait until now  before raising an objection. Similarly, Mrs.  McNevin's interpretation that the Roberts  Creek Parents' Auxiliary were told "In effect  that it was no concern of theirs", Is quite  Invalid. It Is of course their concern, but its a  pity that it wasn't made evident sooner, The  auxiliary received a letter from me touching  on nil tho points raised in their letter, and  were invited to attend the meeting of  February 13, which they will do. I don't see  that they can ask for a better hearing than  that. " r "V  Mrs. McNevin is correct, in my opinion, in  seeking a reply from the elected members of  the school board so that the general public  has an idea of where their elected  representatives stand on the issue. However,  she didn't write to the board; she theoretically  wrote to me, so I'm answering where I can.  Just to add to the confusion, I'll say here  that when the reporter from the Peninsula  Times phoned me Friday afternoon re Mrs.  McNevin's letter, I gathered from him that  she was objecting to the location of the  secondary school in the Sechelt area, rather  than Roberts Creek, so in my interim, off the  record, comments made to him, which he  reported on the front page, I WAS referring to  the public hearings held following the  Elphinstone fire. So. Mrs. McNevin and I are  on a par when it comes to misinterpreting  what the press said someone else said. Still, I  suppose the resulting controversy all sells  newspapers so it can't be all bad.  Turning now to the numbered points in  Mrs. McNevin's letter, and being as brief as  possible: -  1. The access problem to both Selma Park  and the Arena have been considered, and  discussed with the bus contractor. From the  point of view of safety he comes hands down  in favour of the Arena.  2. The relative problems associated with the  provision of water to Selma Park and the  Arena Site were discussed with Mr. Dixon of  the Regional District. We felt that his comments on the established plans and policies of  the Regional District were valid. Provision of  Regional Water to the Arena was already  scheduled, provision of Regional Water to  Selma Park site would require a variation of  policy arid the revision of plans, and since the  water would, be going out to the arena  anyway, an Increase in Investment at this  time.  3. (a) A study is underway re bussing;  preliminary figures show less bussing to  Selma Park than'to tho Arena. The cost Involvement Is not significantly different nt tho  local lovol when tho Provincial Bus Operating  Grants are taken into account,  (b) Concerning the number of parents  willing to have their youngsters walk, I don't  know tho answer to. this, nor I suspect does  ,Mrs. McNevin, but we can both guess that,  phrased in that way, the answer would be  "very few". I..was not aware that bus expenses in this (district were becommg unmanageable, in fact, based upon the  provincial statistics at my disposal, I would  have thought that this wa�� far from the case.  One question deserves another. If the  school is located at the Arena, students from  Davis Bay to about Snodgrass Road will be  entitled to bussing to school. If it's located at  Selma Park, they won't. I wonder how the  ' parents in that area view that choice.  4. True as far as it goes, but it doesn't go far  enough. The arena site, or the Selma Park  site, is not meant to serve just their im-'  mediate areas; but everything from Halfmoon Bay to Roberts Creek. Without Roberts  Creek the, .second^school woulja^g, |mailler���  more expensive per pupil, and probably less  effective in the range of programmes  available. The board would have to add a few  classrooms to Elphinstone to handle the  JSoberts Creek students.  School Districts are supposed to view  themselves as an, entity, and arrive at  decisions which are best all around, and that  was the thinking of the Board in determining  the attendance area of the proposed Sechelt  Junior Secondary as encompassing the  Roberts Creek School attendance area.  Mrs. McNevin's final paragraph smacks  of the worst kipd of parochialism; and the  other side of that coin would be "without  bussing, Roberts Creek would have a very  poor secondary school of its own". In my  admittedly biased view, the Board have risen  above parochialism in their deliberations on  this school site problem, it would be a fine  thing if the communities involved would do  the same.  R.Mills  Secretary-Treasurer  May Queen crowning  may be dropped  The Editor, The Times;  Sir ��� As many of the general public,  organizations and businessmen will already  realize, the Sechelt Timber Days Committee  has now been struck and many activities and  events are being discussed, organized and  ���scheduled for the May 18-19 Timber Days  weekend festivities.  One of the customary annual events is the  choosing and crowning of the May Queen.  Unfortunately, this year, the organization  which normally handles the coordination and  preparation for this event is unable to do so.  This is an event which is very popular .with  the students of the Sechelt Elementary School  and we do not wish it to become a thing of the  past. We are, therefore, appealing to any  organization or individual who would be  willing to coordinate this worthwhile event.  . Unless this committee can locate an  organization or individual to attend to this:  coordination, we will, regretfully, be forced to  delete it from our agenda.  Anyone interested should contact Morgan  Thompson, 885-9330 during the day, or 885-  2341 at night,  Sechelt Timber Days Committee  Village of Sechelt  Morgan Thompson   Chairman  Nameless letter  hiding something?  Editor, The Times: ' "  Sir���Regarding the new school site.  In this week's Coast News Dr. Pat Perry  suggests that Selma Park - Roberts Creek is  central.  I and many other people agree with him.  In this week's Times a fellow who signs  himself, 'A Newcomer who thinks' has  written over five hundred words criticising a  woman who wants a school in a more convenient spot. Mrs. McNevin has the courage  to sign her name. I think 'A Newcomer'  doesn't sign his name because he probably  has an axe to grind,  Presumably disclosing his name would  disclose his motive,      Rosamund Simpkins  ,,s.  With all tho tnlk about growth around  Gibsons those days, Secholt must bo fooling a  Httlo out of Uio picture. But not for long. The  municipality will soon havo nn opportunity to -  consider 'growth'  of Its own. - on tho  Councils, boards  meeting times  Boards and municipal'councils hold  public mootlflfis at tho following times  and places.  ��� Gibsons villus council, municipal  hall, 1st unci Urd Tuesdays, 7 p.m.  ��� Secholt, school board, Gibsons, 2nd  and 4th 'I ursdoys, 7:!.0 (1/wor floor,  Gibsons municipal hall).  "'--"   .sociioltvlllfltfoeouncll;municipal  hall, 1st and Ilrd Wednesdays, 7:1)0.  ��� ,Sunsh��nf' Const regional board,  ScchcH., last Thursday of each month,  .7:30 P-ui. . _  ' MembcH of tho public may attend  any of tin-so nicotines hut ccnorully  ilist obtain prior permission In order to  ,��o��k or represent a delegation.  A ��  lioulovnrd.    ,....,.  At their Inst meeting, Socholt Garden Club  learned that tho village fathers woro In tho  ���process  of-considering landscaping-and-  gonornlly beautifying that rather picturesque  section of tho village's foreshore  Tho club agreed to put their expertise In  matters horticultural at tho disposal of  council when boautlf Icatlon proposals for tho  Boulevard aro put Into gear,  Tho "growth" In this case will Involve  flowers, not municipal boundaries,  FERRY TALK  B.C. Ferries porsonnol will tako a Httlo  extra tlmo In tho future, no doubt, to chock  that tho car deck below those parking ramps  Iwforo thoy lowur thorn,  Last Friday, while I was aboard Uio Queen  of Tsuwwnssen for a short while, 1 hoard a  Hlartlod cry from ono .of those usually lm*  perturbs bio lorry workers, I followed the  direction of his horrified gazo and saw tho  ramp being quickly rained, revealing tho  crumpled remains of ono of thoflo red motid  carts liscd on tho ferries to bring supplies  nlxwrd,  App/ii'sOiitly tho eh/ip charged with  lowering tho ramp had'nt noticed tho obstruction and, bingo, ono less cart to worry  about,  ides.- not the s  rivers  -EdltorrTJio-'Tlmes:^-'-'-'-"-'-""-^^  Sir; Tho following Is a letter to Hon. R. A.  Wllllnms, Minister of Lnnds nnd Forests,  concerning recent regulations concerning  construction of houses above tidewater.  Hon. 11, A, Wllllnms  Minister of Ia-unda & Forests  Water Rights Branch  Victoria, IU3.  Dear Slrf      '  Many of my neighbours and solf are at a  loss to know why legislature should havo boon  passed limiting tho height nlxivo tidewater  that ono can build a homo or1 for flint matter  romodol, extend or ronow,  High fides aro not synonymous with floods  on rivers, oven with storms to drlvo tho lidos  higher than Is usual, For ono thing ntldo Is of  a short and fairly predictable duration nnd  short of a tidal wave, vory limited In Its ox-  cesses. Our Inside water's aro comparatively  protected,  I have lived at tho waterfront for over forty  yours - and havo soon no Instance , of u  domollslicd homo from i\ freak sea, A closo  neighbour, has lived on tho son hero at (lower  IX for over slxty-threc years, most of thorn  on �� promontory exposed to-the Oulf'of  Georgia at two feet nbovo high water mark. 1  can look onto his lawn from n canoe nt high  water, yet ho says his houso and grounds havo  suffered no sen damage, over,  For many obvious reasons 'low to wator''  properties nro most In demand, Tills recent  law limiting construction to U.o above ten foot  level would in effeot expropriate somo of the  most cherished properties along tho coast.  Ixist taxes and higher administration costs  would also ensue, ���  Slnco most of. Secholt Village, a goodly  portion of,Gibsons, and I don't know hoW  much of tho rest of tho const Is below thl-i  arbitrary height, wlUiout, regard for othor  considerations, I don't think tho law en^  foroonblo, If It la enforced In part or for a  period, only la bo rescinded later, (t will to  say the lonst, cause unjust and unnecessary  Inconvenience,  I respectfully suggest that a Inquiry Ihi  mnde through the Insurance companies to  ascertain tho degroo of loss from Inundations  of tho sea, If Uio hazardi were great, my  Insurance would reflect tho losses, I'm sure,  J, G, Warn,Gibsons  ake your application soon the deadline is March 1.  Application forms available at tbo PENINSULA TIMES offlco or;  PENDER HARBOUR  Mrs, F, Proscosky 003-2504  ,��� ���,SECHEI,T..fi;..HAIaFMOON,���OAYr���������.���_.. ._ ���   Mrs. G.L, Rrooko 005.9,194  ROBERTS CREEK  Mra. A, Gllkor 003-3/19)  GIBSONS  Goor-tje Cooper 086-9344  "Valtv Part in Your VvxftvuV  MMfei >  ���y; ���  .  ���  I  i  i  V  1  \  a.     \  a  ��      t  1       ,'\-   ft  If��� ^B.    V>\ LADIES WITHOUT their clothes and  { ! aircraft hi-jackers without a conscience  k are two ingredients in the movie Fly Me  . \ coming^to4heXwilight-Theatre,-Also-on-  .* the bill will be all the things you didn't  3 learn in medical school in the movie The  Candy Stripe Nurses.  Kwahtahmoss Film Society  The caption under.- the still from The  Cabinet of Dr. Caligari was in error in giving  the impression that this would be playing on  February 18. In fact Of Human Bondage  plays on that date, and the famous German  impressionist film will be playing next week  on Tuesday, February 25 along with.....Son. of  The Shiek, an opportunity to see the last film  made by Rudolph Valentino, the greatest  screen idol in cinema history. Even today,  almost fifty years after his death, there are  still elderly ladies who tend to his grave. It  will be interesting to see just What it was that  so devestated millions of ladies over fifty  years ago.  There was a misprint in the list of films  whereby Rashoman wa�� left .out. For your  information, the list starting with next week's  performance is repeated here:  Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and Son of the  Sheik, Tue., Feb. 25; Medea (Maria CaUas),  Tue., Mar. 4; Wedding in White (Donald  Fleasance), Tue., Mar. 11; The Bank Dick  (W.C. Fields), Tue., Mar. 18; Kamouraska  Genevieve Bufold dir. Claude Jutra), Wed.,  Mar. 26; I'm No Angel (Mae West-Carey  Grant), Tue., Apr. 1; Miss Julie (Strindberg),  Tue., Apr. 8;Seventh Seal (Bergman), Tue.,  Apr. 15; Pygmalion (Leslie Howard-Wendy  Hiller), Tue., Apr. 22; Rashomon (Toshiro  Mifune dir. Akira Kurosawa), Tue., Apr. 29;  The Gold Rush (Charlie Chaplin), Tue., May  16; Richard III (Laurence Oliver-Claire  aoom-Cedrick Hardwick, Tue., May 13;.  Between Time and Timbuktu (Blend of 4 Kurt  Vonnegut stories) U.S.A. '72, May 20 and City  Lights (Charlie Chaplin-Claire bloom), Tue.,  May 27. ,  Next week's films will be accompanied by  musical scores. Even from the earliest times,  film-makers could usually rely on some sort  of live sound accompaniment at public  performance. Most often, there would be a  pianist and in-many cases he would Improvise  the music after one rehearsal with projectionist, In other cases, musical extracts  thought fitting to the mood were used and out  of this developed the score pre-arranged by  tho director himself working with Uie musical  leader, tho music remaining primarily at  least extracts from well-known sources.  The most sophisticated development of  sound for tho silent films was the completely  original score, some of wlilch were by  eminent composers and most of which, unfortunately, have not survived. Tho earliest  was Camlllo Salnt-Snen's score for tho  French nrtrfllm, L'Assasslnat Du Due Do  Guise (1008) which survives ns Salnt-Snons  128 for strings, piano and harmonium, Other  notable examples Include scores by Arthur  Honcggor for La Rouo (Franco, 1922), Dnrlus  MUhaudfor L'lnhumnlno (Franco 1923), Erik  ��� Sntlo foo Entrncto (Clnlr, France, 1924) and  Shostakovich for The New Babylon (U.S.S.R.  -1929)..,.,..-,..,,,,  ;���,.-, ���-.-,.-���>, --������,.   Athough not of such an order of magnitude  as the examples cited, a cassette of the  original score will accompany Son of The  Sheik and there is a sound track incorporated  into the print of the The Cabinet of Dr.  Caligari. The audience will not, therefore, be  in the strange situation of sitting for  prolonged periods in utter silence while  events of tension, excitment or grandeur are  appearing before them on the screen.  A public meeting to discuss arts and  cultural facilities on the Sunshine Coast has  been called for February 24.  A spokesman for Driftwood Players, who  are behind the public meeting, said, "We feel  there is a real lack of arts and cultural  facilities in this area. To rectify this certain  members have organized this meeting for 8  p.m. February 24 at Roberts Creek Legion  Hall.  "The purpose of the meeting," the  spokesman said, "is to bring together any and  all people in the area interested in the subject  and to form a committee to work toward the  building of such a facility. It is their hope that  the residents of the area will see the logic of  pooling the resources and energies to eventually. create this building in the central  location of Roberts Creek.  "Such a building could bo of Interest to a  wide spectrum of the community and useful  to all age groups," ho said,  The Peninsula Times Page B-5  Wednesday, February 19,1975  W.H.A. superstar Bobby Hull discusses  ethics and values related particularly to sport  on Studept Magazine^on CBC radio at 2:03  p.m. Friday and to-night at 8:03 p.m. Concern ,  deals with the attitudes of young people j  towards parents arid society.' The prdgrarii'!  includes a tape from special nationwide  "phone-in in which ruh-aways and their  parents discuss their problems and  experiences with Norman Johnston founder of t  'Operation Go-Home' which has helped reunite more than 3,000 youngsters with their  parents.  WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19  ���CONCERN~8i03liun; see above^alsoTin^"  terviews with the family unit,  children,  parents, church people, teachers, a judge at a  children's court. Role of the Youth Bureau  explored.  Country Road 10:30 p.m. Life performance  by singer-composer Marty Reno, of  Charlottetown.  host Harry Elton.  NHL HOCKEY 3:03 pjn. Montreal versus  Buffalo.  ...THIS BUSH AND THE SALON 6:03 p.m.  KymgNon^  ^l^ siory <3lE the fltgifit of capiLaiins .JoHjn"!Alcbck  and Arthur Whitten Brown in 1919 by  Geraldine Rubia.  THE ENTERTAINERS 7:03 Corporal  Renfrew Special starring Dave Broadfoot and  the Royal Canadian Air Force. Renfrew  gallantly tries to rescue the Athabaska tar  sands which have fallen into the hands of an  Arabian Oil Sheik. Also an intimate look at  Jove-songsprepared-by-Tony-KosineCrSongs  Hampton's "The Philanthropist" adapted by  John Bethune and directed by Peter Dbrikih.  TOUCH THE EARTH 10:30 p.m. profile  of Toronto's Bohemian Embassy a coffee  house where such performers as Gordon  Lightfoot and Ian and Sylvia got their start.  Also music of and interview with Bob Carpenter and Len Udow..  A West Vancouver man walked off with  this week's prize in the Gibsons Lions 400 Club~  draw. .-���/...;.  J. Kennedy of West Vancouver has his  name drawn Friday by Sally Thompson.  The previous week's winner was Hi-baller  Salvage of Gibsons.  Complete success is hot purchased at any  . one time, but rather on the installment plan.  of Charlotte Suuliva and a nostalgic half hour  devoted to the 1960's.  CBC PLAYHOUSE 10:30 p.m. "In Case of  Emergency" by Tim Christianson.  QUEBEC NOW 11:03 p.m. Gretta  Chambers hosts a program on the Arts.  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20  THEMES & VARIATIONS 8:03 p.m. CBC  Talent festival - Joachim Segger, Piano;  Cenek Vrba, violin. Part II, L'Ensemble  Cantabile de Montreal plays works by Hahn,  Faure, Rossini and Schumann. Part HI,  Vaghy String Quartet, Tsuyoshi.Tsutsumi,  cello, String Quartet in C,Op 163 Schubert.  JAZZ RADIO CANADA 10:30 p.m. Concerts by Pacific Salt and Nimmons 'n Nine  plus Six. Mary Nelson talks with Don Clark  and Oliver Gannon of Pacific Salt.  FRIDAY,FEBRUARY21  SCHOOL BROADCASTS 2:03 p.m. Student  Magazine-links students across Canada in  discussion-to-day ethics and values in sport  with Bobby Hull.  CANADIAN CONCERT HALL 2:30 p.m.  Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra-Symphony  No. 34 in C major, Mozart Symphony No. 2  in D major, Beethoven.  BETWEEN OURSELVES 8:03 p.m. The  Manitoba Theatre Centre founded in 1958 by  John Hirsch, now head of CBC-TV drama- the  documentary covers the early years of the  theatre which is now a innovative and exciting part of theatre in Winnipeg.  B.C. FOLIO 9:03 p.m. people and places of  interest to British Columbians.  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22,  OUR NATIVE LAND    12:10 p.m. Tree of  Peace - a group of workers dedicated to the  cultural, social and academic education of  Native people in the North-headquarters in  Yellowknife.  METROPOLITAN OPERA 2:00 p.m.  Bluebeard's Castle, Bartok and Gianni  Schicchi by Puccini.  SYMPHONY HALL 6:30 p.m. Montreal  Symphony conducted by Pierre Hetu, soloists-  Victor Bouchard and Renee Morisset, pianos-  Mendelssohn's Concerto in E major for two  pianos.  CBC STAGE 8:03 p.m. A double bill from  Winnipeg - "Fire Drill" by David King and  "A slight Bureaucratic Problem" by Peter  Ferris, a satire about government.  CANADA WINTER GAMES 9:03 p.m. preempts My Music.  ANTHOLOGY 10:03 p.m. "Homecoming"  a new story by Hugh Garner and theatre  review by Peter Hay.  ORCHESTRAL CONCERT 11:03 p.m! An  ��� evening of Shakespearean music with the  Winnipeg Orchestra, narration Jose Ferrer.  Music includes works by Walton, Verdi,  Zandonal, Tchaikovsky, Berlioz and Mendelssohn.  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23  VOICE OF THE PIONEER 8:40 a.m. last  of interviews with Jack Ayre of the legendary  Dumbolls.  CROSS COUNTRY CHECK-UP 1:10 p.m.  Canada's only open-line, phone-in program,  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24  REPORTS FROM CANADIAN LADIES  CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP in Moncton,  N.B.-from Monday through Thursday included in sports casts during  GOOD MORNING RADIO 7:34 a.m.,  Pacific Express at 5:03 p.m. and with the  10:00 p.m. and midnight news reports.  roENTDES 8:30 p.m. a program about  Canada's   cultural   minorities.  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25  .. .CBC TUESDAY NIGHT 8:03 the last of the  celebrated     comedy     series-Christopher  Bff��tttflWB8W��  'Date  EVERY MONDAY��� 1145 p,m��� Community Hall, Roberts Crook, Elphlnstono Now Horizons  carpot bowling, cards & films,  ..-Danco Workshop, Call Jonnlfor 005.2407 -- 7 p.m.  ��� 2 p.m, S,C,A, No, 69 Carpot Rowling, Old Loglon Hall, Socholt,  EVERY TUESDAY -.- 7.30 p,m��� Socholl Loglon Hall S.U.D.S, (Socholl Ups and Downs) Club,  Now Mombors wolcomo,  --������������ 2 p,m��� Solma Park Horizons bowling, Solma Park,  ��� 0 p.m., Al-Anon moollngat St, Aldan's Mall. Roborts Crook,  EVERY WEDNESDAY ���- 2 p.m., Senior Swlngors danco group, O|d|,og|on Hnll, Socholl,  -��������� OiOO p,m,, ningo, now Loglon Building, Socholl,  -��� Introductory Locturo, Transcondontnl Moclitatlon as  taught by Maharoshl Mahosh Yogi, Whllakor Houso, Socholt ��� fl p.m,  EVERY THURSDAY ��� 0,00 p,m��� Wngo, pondor Harbour Community Hall,  ��� ,������:��� ,,.,���������,,,,w_^  'EVERY FRIDAY-1-3:00 p,m,, Gibsons Unltod Church Women's Thrill Shop, Also llrst  Saturday ol oach month, 10 a,ni, to 12 noon during summoi1 months,  EVERY SATURDAY 2-4;00 p,m��� Transcondontnl Mttdllallon Introduction, Cowrlu 81,,  Socholt,     Opon 12 noon to 2j00 p,m��� Wilson Cro<>k Library.  ,     Pob, 20 ��� rilm Show on U,S,S,R, and Scandinavia, Wolcomo Hooch Hnll ��� 7130 p,m,  Pob, 21 ��� 0|00 p,m, at St, Hilda's Hall, Public mooting with Socrod MLA,  Harvny Schroodar, Rolroshmonts,  Fob, 23-   Proo Film "Not'With a Sword" a! Sunshlno Coosl.Goipol Church,  Davis Bay--. 6,30 p,m,  Mar, 7 -��� World Day ot Prayor, 51, John's Unltod church, Davis' bay ��������� 2 p,m,  Mar, 12 Wostorn Wolghl Controllors Rummago and tlako Solo, Old Loglon  Hnll, Socholl 11 a,m,'  ���SECHELT-ThQ first flowers of spring nro1  at Whltuker Houso.  On display nt Whitaker Houso from  February 15 to March 1 nro flower pointings  by Kay Wolto of Rotorta Creek, Sho has  captured roses - nnd - dnffwills through the  media of acrylics nnd pnstels.  Sho Is nlso displaying somo sen scapes,  Ms. Welto hns exhibited nt tho Dnnlsh  Gallery, Buchanan Gallery, tho B.O, Onllery  of tho Arts ond U.o Vancouver Art Gallery  with sales nt each show,  Also on display nro mncrnmo plant slings  by Shirley Apiourla nnd pottery by F,  Buchunnn,  THE'pENINSULA^wed.  P.O, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  Telephone 885-3231  "The Lords of Fatbush' coming to the  Twilight Theatre makes one definite point.  Brooklyn street gangs of the Fifties were  not all knife-wielding punks. The four Lords  here might beat up rivals or steal cars, but  they're more interested in girls than guns.  The Columbia release resembles, 'Mean  Streets' in structure and has fleeting  similarities to 'American .Graffiti' and 'The  Last Picture Show.' A completely original  score of Fifties-type tunes has been composted by Joe Brooks.  Two of the leads may be familiar to  general audiences, Perry King (star of 'The  Possession  of Joel  Deleney'  and  Susan  Blakely 'The Way We Were' and 'Savages'.  The acting is effective all around. To anyone  who ever live in Brooklyn, the characters  played by Sylvester Stallone (also credited  with additional dialog), Maria Smith and  Renee Paris will have a ring of truth.  In the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, 1957-  58, The Lords are a "social athletic club"���  actually a street gang composed equally of  Jewish and Italian youths: handsome leader  Perry King, brute Sylvester Stallone, brain  Henry Winkler and pool hustler Paul Mace.  -The boys don't mind beating up members of  rival gangs or stealing cars, but are more  undisciplined than bad.  /TVM.  Sunshine Coast Community Arts Council  has received a $1,200 grant from the  provincial government. .. ,  A release from the provincial secretary's  department said the grant of $1,276 was one of  $1.4 million which was awarded to community arts councils and non-profit cultural  organizations.  The money, according to the release, is  coming from interest generated by"'the $20  million provincial Cultural Fund.  The awards were made from 175 applications reviewed by the interim B.C. Arts  Board.  Purpose of the grants, the release said, is  to encourage and develop cultural activities  on the local level.  .���..,=]   >���":', gw   \ *, v���v^y   -< o^i-^  ,^-* f\. ..    .       r>; rw     ... Vv  i        Va:>.    V  fe   \ ���'������������  The fit  I  I  DOUBLE BILL- Sat. @ Sun. ��  MATURE  o Feb. �� 22 �� 23 �� 24  ai#Jfa  PDRTICIPBCTIOnt  Trie Canadian movement lo* personal din-ess  Fitness. In your heart you know if s right.  WARNING; Sex & Violence.  at the  Gibsons o 886-2827  j������r��ia��waMMM  lyfflisy&ffi^  ftiit  Let's fnee it.  Even though the  Pederrtl Govern-  , ment tries ench  year to make the  tax form easier to  understand, you  ���probably believe  filling it out is a  difficult |ob.  Hut when  ��� . you use the 197.1  Income Tax Guide, which accompanies  your tax form, you'll find It's not as difficult as you thought,  Ami for most of you, the Guide will  be the only help you'll need to complete  your return,  Read your Guide thoroughly, The  easy-to-follow Hlue Section nl the front of  the Guide takes you through the tax form  step by siop, showing you now 10 list your  Income and claim your deduct Ions, It tells  you how lo go about calculating your lax,  arriving at your,refund or balance due,  It's as simple as i hat,  Hollowing the Mine Section there is a  detailed explnnniion of different types of  Income, as well as a section on allowable  deductions. I.e'tuirim,! ivnd these sections  -earofullyr  '          If you decide you do need more  help, you'll find District Taxation Office  addresses and phone numbers listed on the  back cover of the Guide. There you'll  find all the assistance you'll need,  So, you see, your Tax Guide will  probably be'your best friend come income  tax time. Read it thoroughly and follow it  carefully, You'll find it will make your job  a lot easier, ,  Tax Guide 7.1, | low long has It  been since you've read a really good book?  We're making it  easier to understand.  r\*$f QiivnniioCnnndfi  Tiwstion  I Inn Hon unalonl  Minmlui  rtsivniiiiCiinndn  i.'lwn nsinr.ii.ilwl  imnihlM!  Your Tax Guide also  includes an area of general  Information,.! page or iwoof  answers to some common  questions, and .solutions to  problems you could  encountei while working '  on your return, PENDER HARBOUR - Pender Harbour  Volunteer Fire Department is a little upset  over some inconsiderate parkers.  It seems that during these times of .sleet  and snow; 'severai^car-drivers have taken, to  parking their vehicles in front of the fire hall  in Madeira Park.  Snow clearing is essential in'fro.pt of the  hall to maintain a full-time emergency  readiness in the hall and that clearing is very  difficult with cars parked in the area, a  spokesman, for the fire department said.  Furthermore, when the area is cleared,  people have started parking in the cleared  area, blocking the fire truck's exit.  The spokesman said they have been fortunate that there have not been any fire calls  while the fire truck was blocked in and are  asking residents to please ref rain from using  the space. It could cost a life;sometime, he  said. ' ��� ���' :"���' <|:'  GIBSONS���The    local    motor   vehicle  branch office will be open Monday, Feb. 24, to  -easeJheJast>mmute^xuish^for_Autoplan.  Area B director Peter Hoemberg has been  'appoin&d regional district representative on  the airport committee.  Gibsons village council was notified of the  nomination in a letter Feb. 12.  Acting mayor Kurt Hoehne said Hoemberg would sit on the joint Gibsons-Sechelt  committee in a liason capacity only.  He would be particularly concerned with  planning around the airport site, said Hoehne.  Sechelt's representative on the committee  The office, in Gibsons' museum building,  normally operates Tuesday through Saturday.  But, in a letter submitted to council's Feb.  12 meeting, the motor vehicle branch  requested council open the office for business  Feb. 24.  Aldermen agreed to go along with the  request, even though the motor vehicle  branch stressed it would not reimburse sub-  offices for additional expenses incurred  because of the extra business day.  is Alderman Frank Leitner.  imLj  PEOPLE'S SQUARE in Peking is the  SECHELT���Because of unforseen circumstances the location of the meeting  tomorrow night has been changed to the old  Legion Hall in Sechelt.  "Since the Justice Council concept is an  attempt to give the public an opportunity to  express their concerns about the justice  system, to participate in, the implementation  of programs and projects, and an attempt by  the Attorney General's Department to  communicate information to the public,  please feel free to invite a friend or a neighbor  to this meeting," a spokesman said.  gathering place for speeches and ralliesr^  Not too many outsiders have seen it  because of China's strict political  philosophy about the governments with  which it will carry on relations. The  essentia^ element in an "acceptable"  government is the degree of control the  people have over the government, according to Times correspondent Jim  Wilkinson. Canada passes this test  despite "weakening by U.S. influence."  BY JIM WILKINSON  The attitude of China towards Western  Nations has two aspects. The first and  foremost is dependent upon social philosophy  or "politics" of a nation, and how sympathetic or compatible it is to the social  philosophy of China.  In this matter China is very determined  and inflexable, and is convinced that any  tion with a high degree of capitalism  (exploitation) is destined, sooner of later, to a  revolt of the mases. This calculation is  measured by determining the degree of real  or actual control the masses have over the  leadership or government of the nation.  Canada, although a capitalistic nation, is  considered by China to have a reasonable (or  acceptable) degree of "people" control of  government, although they warn that U.S.  to be "cleaner" than others. % . ���.  These are countries whose record seems to  indicate some acceptable degree of concern is  shown for the people. The result has been an  invitation to these countries to establish  diplomatic relations, develop lines of  communication, transportation and trade.  Canada has passed this test.  influence   is   weakening   this   desirable  "people" control.  The second aspect of China's attitude  toward a western nation is based upon  practical requirements and this policy allows  more flexability and is not as rigid as the  political policy. This second 'common sense'  aspect of their attitude is now often taking  precedence over politics in cases where  demand is critical to a point where friendly  relations have developed, beciause of need,  with certain capitalistic countries considered  GIBSONS ��� A representative of village  council will attend a seminar on municipal  growth slated March 7 and 8 in Vernon.  Reviewing, an invitation to the seminar  ^rom^e^ontmuiri^^ducatton^entreTAldr-  Stuart Metcalfe felt the subject matter was,  "vital-to bur own concerns at *the present  time."  Aid. Bill Laing said proposed discussion on  the merits of 'no growth" would be of particular interest to Gibsons.  Council agreed to send one representative  to the seminar.  Page B-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 19,1975  * Put your message jitta 4,000  homes (15,000 readers) in  these economical spots. Your  ad is always there for quick  reference  .   .   .  anytime!  * Here's an economical way to  reach 4,000 homes (15,000  readers) every week. Your ad  waits patiently for ready reference ....   anytime!  ACCOUNTANTS  W. Philip Gordon  CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT  Phone: Bus. 886-2714, Res. 886-7567  Harris Block, Gibsons, B.C.  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Pendar Harbour aroa  Sand ��� Drain Rock ��� Crushed Gravel, otc  Wo now havo 2 concrete mlxor trucks  tosorvoyou,  R,R, 1, MadolraPark  Phono 883-9911  J. B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  086-9031  Dump Truck ��� Backhoo ��� Cat  Wator, Sowor, Dralnago Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  L ft H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  Sand and Gravol ��� Backhoo  Ditching ��� Excavation*  PORrOISE DAY ROAD  885-9666,    Box 172,    Socholt, B.C.  ���a^w^M^.WlORRIE!S.CONCRETE��..��^�����TO��w.,a.  Placing and Finishing  Floors- Patios - Stairs  Walks - Driveways  Froo Estimates Phono 885-9413  *   Larry's Drywall Sorvlcos  Specialising In drywall application*  Inttulnlwl and loxiurod colllnn*  R.R. Ill, Socholt 085-2464  L. E, PRADRTTB  SHOAL DEVELOPMENT LTD.  SopllcTank -Ditching ,  Excavating -������������ Umd Clearing  ,,,���, ..RpadiKiHdina  Orovol'flirill. _. ,.  086-2830  Wilson Creek  DAY CARE CENTRE  ages 3 - 6  qualified supervisors  885-2721  DISPOSAL SERVICES  PENDER   HARBOUR   DISPOSAL  SERVICES  Weekly Garbage Pick-Up   ���  Rubbish Removal etc.  Barry & Dan Leech 883-9133  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  PORT MELLON TO OLE'S COVE  ,     Tel. 886-2938 or 885-9973  when   renovating   or   spring   cleaning   call   us  for your disposal needs.  Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  BE ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone 886-7605  Box 860 * Gibsons  "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  INCE 1947  PHONE 885-2062  ��� ELECTRIC HEAT SPECIALISTS ���  D. W. LAMONT  Electrical Contractor  R,R. 1, Madolrq Park  Phono 883-2749  Pondor Harbour  McCANN ELECTRIC  WIRING OF ALL TYPES  Residential ��� Industrial ��� Commorclal  All work guarantood . Froo ostlmalos  JooMcCann, Box 157, Modolra Park  Phono 003-9913  FLOORING-CABINETS  ��-" Cabinets'^-Carpots^Llno^oums'*"'-^'"-  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O, Box 694, Glbsona, B,C,  Blair Konnott, solos manogor  Phono 006-2765  mmmmmmmi i  u  s ���  . ������  n mi ��� ���i.iiii .n ��� mm  HAIRDRESSERS  (SECHELT BEAUTY SALON  Dlanno Allan, Proprietor  Export Hair Sty lino  Cowrlo Stroot   ��� ' Phono  Socholt 805.2010  Uso those npacos to  rooch nearly 15,000 pooplo  ovorywookl  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Madeira Park Phone 883-2377  Conventions, Dinners, Group Meetings  Weddings and Private Parties  ��� Full Hotel Facilities ���  KNITTING MACHINES  BROTHER  KNITTING MACHINES  Coast Representative:  Esther Anderson  885-3357  LAND CLEARING  J.D. 450 DOZER  phone 885-2993  MACHINE SHOPS  SECHELT MACHINE SHOP  (at Standard Motors)  Machinery & Equipment Repairs  First Class Workmanship  Bob Forrester  Phone 885-9464  PIANO TUNING  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  ft MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop-Arc and Acetylene Welding  Steel Fabrlcatlng-Marlne Ways  Automotive and Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phone 886-7721       Ros. 886-9956, 886-9326  MARINE SERVICES  F-.��� ..ii.-��� .I....I��� ��� i.���.- ��� .in- ���������     ��� ���  ��� .in���J  PAZCO FIBERGLASSING  COMPLETE MARINE & INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS  ��� Canoos  ��� Runabouts  ��� Used Boat Solas  FREE   ESTIMATES. PH   886-9604   or   086-9111  JOHNSON OUTBOARDS  SALES AND SERVICE  Complete Marino Accessories ������ Full lino of  cartop runabout boats and cruisers   -  TRAIL DAY SPORTS UNLIMITED  Socholt 005-2512  Vancouvor toll froo; 609-5019  MASONARY  J.RHODE  Masonary Construction  BRICK "BLOCK "STONE  FIREPLACES "FACINGS  7045, 142nd St,, Surry, B,C, Phono 696-974/  'I ���   MOVING 6V STORAGE  |.im,.-l..,l,|.~.,P>l.-,H.ll|.l|l...,P>.l��l.I-!..,�� iiMMwh IS-.II II .11 "IHlMIH >������ I.,    i  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  llautioholdMovIno, Pncklno, StoraQO  Packing Materials (or sa|o  MEMBER OF ALLIED VAN LINES  Ph. 886-2664, R.R. 1 Gibsons  .' | il ���'   ��� i . -  m~*mm~>mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  NURSERY  Mack's Nurnory - Roborts Crook  Lnnd&cnplni)  ��� Shrubs . Fruit  Troos  ���  Fortlllzor  Oorry Plants ��� nodding Planta ��� Pool Moss  Fully Uconsod Postlcido Spraylnfl lor  Landscaping and troos  Sunshlno Coast Hwy.     Ph. 886-2684  PAINTING 8. DECORATING  KAN-DO PAINTING  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  "" "' "' 'noK ?43, Soch��1t"' ?*'   """"""' '   009.2734 ' Evonlngn 005.2936  CERTIFIED PIANO SERVICE  Regulating ��� Repairs  Electronically Checked  Workmanship Guaranteed  David Nowoselski 886-2783  PLUMBING & HEATING  L ft R PLUMBING & HEATING  - SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST -  Box 651, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2918  L. Mitchell & R. Mitchell  SEASIDE PLUMBING LTD.  Gibsons  Plumbing - Pipefitting - Steamfitting  Hot Water Heating - Pipe Lagging  FREE ESTIMATES All Work Guaranteed  Phone 886-7017  SECHELT HEATING and  INSTALLATION  ��� FREE ESTIMATES ���  Wayne Brackett  B85-2466  Box 726, Sechelt. B.C.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Sales and Service ��� 886-9533  Everything for the Do-lt-Yourselfer  Contract & Renovations  FREE ESTIMATES  Len Coates 886-7685  Ray Coates 886-9533 or 886-7872  ROOFING  BILL BLACK ROOFING  & INSULATION  DUROID SHINGLES - TAR & GRAVEL  NEW ROOF or RE-ROOF  Box 281, Gibsons 886-7320  RELIABLE ROOFING  Tar & Gravel  Duroid * Shakes  FREE ESTIMATES  phone  885-2992  885-2064  SEPTIC TANKS  TRODAN INDUSTRIES  Manufacturers of FRP septic tanks  Available in any size  Phone: 886-2953  RADIATORS  G & E RADIATOR REPAIRS  Autos, Industrial and Heat Exchangers  ' ip  WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK I  PHONE 886-7638  Pick-up and delivery service  RENTALS  1Y ABV  fewx v ��4w4  *��s] V-sM  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES   ..-...,���  Easy  Strip   Concroto   Forming   Systems ,.   Com  pressors -  Rototlllors  ���  Generators  ���  Pumps  Earth Tampors  Sunshlno Coast Hwy. & Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 883-2585  Why Buy When You Can  RENT IT at  SEASIDE RENTALS LTD.  Domestic & Industrial Equipment  from Rug Shampooors to Lighting Plants  R.R. l.bavis Bay, 885-2848  CONCRETE FORM RENTALS  FOR ALL TYPES OF BASEMENTS  EASY ERECTION AND STRIPPING  Complol9 Instructions Provldod  FISHER FORM RENTALS  885-2612 or 885-2359 OVQ9,  "RENT IT AT  ^���.������- SUNSHINE RENTALSLTD.!1*. ,��-��  North Road, Gibsons  "Wo.Rant or Soil Almost Evorythlno"  Typnwrltors ��� lighting Plants ��� Televisions  Rototlllors   -   Comont   Mlxors   ���   Lawn   Rnkos  M        Mechanic's Tools '      ,  hlONE 006-2040    24 HOUR SERVICE  RETAIL STORES  CftS HARDWARE  Socholt, B.C.  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There was a bit of cloud  leaving���Honolulu���but���there���was���warm���  sunlight as we stopped at Hie Dole Pineapple  farm to watch them harvesting the pineapple  in the fields before we continued on-our way.  I say the right day for as we passed this  plantation on the way.home we met rain in  torrents. The roads'were really running  rivers. All we had encountered was a fine  mist of rain not enough to deter us from the  beautiful sight of the natural pool and  waterfall. The park had many familiar  flowers only there they grew like nasturtiums do here, and we see them only-as  potted plants when grown here. Waimea Bay  is the site of the largest surf ridding in the  world. No one was riding it on this day in fact  there was not another soul on the beach, we  walked the sandy beach looking for shells but  keeping our feet away from the surf which  seemed willing to drag us out with it as it  surged.  GOOD ROADS  I enjoyed driving in Hawaii, lovely roads,  but getting on and off the freeway caused us  to get lost a few times. We saw more as we  found our way back onto the right road.  Our first trip to Waimea Falls found us on  the road to Waianae so we continued on as far  as the road was good. This would be about  Makua Beach where the surf was of fair size  but safe enough for us newcomers even if it  did knock us off our feet.  A letter from New Westminster informed  us theyrhad s^ri inches bi show. This made  the girls a little homesick so we walked down  to Fisherman's Wharf and all around the  Kewalo Basin where many fishboajts were  docked. We talked to a young fellow at a  charterboat information booth and he had  heard of Halfmoon Bay; taking great pride in  the fact he knew all the good fishing areas.  Had a good gossip about their fish and  ours. One thing that puzzled him was the  importance of salmon in some of the  authentic Hawaiian dishes yet it is not indigenous to their waters. They import it  from San Francisco.  $3.50 SALMON  While down that way we took in the  Farmer's Market. This is the place to see the  local fish, tuna, octupus and many other  exotic sea life (and salmon $3.50 per pound).  The Ala Moana Center billed as the  World's most interesting Shopping Centre,  and truly so. It is also one of the largest. Fifty  acres with 155 shops, 30 restaurants,  sidewalk escalators, fountains, murals, pools  of fish and lots.of parking.  Fortunately this was across the street  from our abode so the girls could go there by  themselves. Even if you start out with  someone each seems to go their own way as  interest vary. They discovered a pet shop  and gave us a day to dayreport on how the"  dogs were doing and whether they were  going to good homes or not.  . Sundays a children's Hula show is held on  the Ala Moana Center's Lanai Stage, songs  and dancess.are performed by dancers age  three to 17. The little tots, are charming,  while the older girls are ready for more  professional shows, entertaining. Most of the  shops are open on Sunday for part of the day.  PLAYGROUND  Back of the Lanai exhibit area are  stunning terrazzo sculptures not only  beautiful to look at, they form a children's  playground like a giant sandbox with interesting forms to play on.  Attractive seating around the pools filled  with colorful carp, catering to people watchers as well as shoppers. Anything you want  can be found in this great center. Take your  films to Long's Drugstore; best price and  fast service.       '  Went to the Pagoda restaurant to watch  them feeding the carp, these beautiful fish  live to a great age. Some of them there were  50 to 60 years old. This is a good place to eat, I  hear; but this day we were heading for  Shaky's Pizza hut a block down the street.  They have three sizes of pizza; single, double  and family. Being a family of three, we  bought the largest. We could have done with  the single, but forced ourselves to finish the  " big tine. '  ' ; ";-������"'-' ^-���--���-���-   :-.������������������>-���;������  RICKSHAW  An English girl on her second day of  business, pulling a rickshaw, talked us into a  ride from the Kodak show to International  Market. Theblock we started off in was a  short one way street and she proceeded  against the traffic. I thought this was the end  for us, but she gaily made her way through  buses, cars, all stopping for her. They hire  these vehicles for $6 per day and they are in a  one man business. This permits them to work  the hours that please them, leaving time for  sunning, surfing or, swimming. Mary and  myself on this trip with this slim girl hauling  ��� us easily while talking all the while most  interestingly.  The International Market is another place  /  ���C*   -^j&*  ��i>  *<���;��-,  <*.  t'n  *r#t  % r  WHEREVER ONE goes in Hawaii, one  is never far from some reminder that  many of the Islanders draw their living  from the sea. It is common to walk the  waterfronts and see fishing boats and  fishermen's markets.  of great interest to just wander through or ,  shop. There is an art shop here where I found  paintings by Beverly Fetterick, watch for  these, great pictures of old Hawaii which  have won her many awards. Any one of them  would haveibeen thrillingto^brtag home./the  largest one was $600, the smallest $75 so they  are not that far out of reach now; bound to be ��� '  worth a lot later.  Hilton Hawaiian Village, shops in the  Rainbow Bazaar, Kings Alley arid Heritage    (  Museum are all interesting spots as are  many others tfiarwe^iatf'r^rafounTi^to  seeing.  LARONDE  La Ronde Restaurant, rotating high atop  the Ala Moana Building is a wonderful place  to eat with a spectacular view as far as the  eye can see in all directions. It makes a  complete turn every hour. We were there for  lunch. I enjoyed a ham and cheese sandwich ,  with fresh local fruits in a salad and coffee; a  real meal for $2.95. Superb service in attractive surroundings.  What I liked most was the air, it was  mostly low 80's. A few times it rained or was  cloudy. No matter what the weather it was  good, even temperature. At no time did we  have to dress for warmth.  Since we have returned I hear it has been  in the mid 70's with lots of rain. We enjoyed  the rain, seeing how heavy it can come down.  One night there was a thunderstorm with  lightening.  Just to be in the Islands is enough. If you  wish to spend a lot of money there are places  to do so, if you don't you can still have a heck  of a good time. Many reasonable eating  places and even the expensive ones give you  your money's worth.  I was sure the girls would come home  i shrivelled up like a prune, they spent so  much time in the water, which was also an  even comfortable temperature. On days  when we took trips that did not include a  beach, we swam in the pool at the apartment  block, so there was fresh and salt water  swimming for our pleasure.  FRIENDLIEST  The Hawaiians are the friendliest, most  courteous fun-ldvmg people with dignity and  pride in themselves.  One day on the bus I got talking to a rather  old gentleman who claimed to be 83, but  could have passed for 20 years younger. He  was of Japanese descent, but born on the  Island of Maui, worked for the Dillingham  Company where he rose to be superintendent  working on many of the tall buildings, now  found there.  His hobby was guns and bhe of his favorite  rifles was a Canadian made one. When  sharks were reported bothering fishermen,  he would go to shoot them. The shot bringing  the pig farmers to the shore to get the shark  meat for their pigs.  Too late in life to start now, but I would  like nothing better than to ride in the big surf.  Surfing has got to be the impst exciting trip to  take. Guess I'll save that for my next life, or  give it a try on my next trip, for I intend to go  back again just to be in the islands is  something else again.  Mary and Margaret learned how tof  communicate with people speaking another  tongue, many Japanese tourists were around  with their cameras and because the girls are  so fair I guess, they would ask them in sign  language to let them have their picture taken  with their group,  Aloha for now and may you enjoy a trip to  Hawaii some day soon.  \ Nabob, Regular or Fine Grind  ij,   ,s Ri ����a^w'  Surf  ~��*tsfc^ WsaV  80 oz.  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