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Array r-  - J3  '^  '�����    \ v    ��� V  ^ay.:>>.."aiaiaisesa5<ewVP  T*W*  ^  _/  v^  .��*  ,  V  Regional Directors mull future of four dumps    1 _ ^*WmW  Regional District directors have vowed  to come tb a firm decision- next month  about- the future' of the peninsula's four  garbage dumps. ���  .What that decision will be, however, is  anybody's guess. The options range from  closing all four sites and replacing them  with a new sanitary landfill operation hear  Sechelt to retaining the present sites while  undertaking a costly upgrading and  maintenance program.  ..Directors' agreed that a decision is  necessary because increasingly .tougher  ' operation standards being imposed by the  ��� Pollution   Control  Branch   (PCB)   are  leading to sharply rising costs for maintaining the dumps,        )  District Public ^Works Supt, Gordon  Dixoh told the board last Thursday that he  has been under pressure for about'two,  years to upgrade the dumps to meet PCB  permit requirements.  ' Dixon said he has delayed carrying out  the improvements, estimated as costing in  .excess of $53,000, by assuring the PCB that  the district is in the process .of devising a  plan to bring the sites up to standards.  . The Regional District has received a  $50,000 provincial grant to improve the  dumps. /  In November 1976, after reviewing  alternatives to a sanitary landfill  operation (including incineration, which  was rejected as being twice as costly as  landfill), directors retained Dayton &  Knight consulting engineers to assess the  desirability of consolidating the dumps in  a single disposal site.  The firm returned a report last August  detailing' four alternatives and recommending approval of one which calls,, for  establishing a new, consolidatedsite a few  miles north of Sechelt. ~"  ���Sechelt was recommended because of  its geographically central location.  Undef "this plan, portable ' garbage  collection containers would be placed at  the three, other, current dump sits in  Pender Harbour, Halfmoon Bay and  Gibsons. The containers would be carried  to Sechelt for disposal, once a week.  ���-... A major disadvantage to the plan is  that the three sites outside Sechelt would  be closed to dumping of such bulky items  as building materials, refrigerators,  brush, etc.  Also, Gibsons residents, who contract  individually for garbage collection, would  likely face higher rates owrilng to the  greater* distance the * contractor would  have-to travel to dump the refuse.  The report, discussed three alternatives  to .the above plan. ���  These were: 1) retaining .and  upgrading the four present dumps, 2)  retaining the upgrading the Pender  Harbour dump while closing completely  the other sites and creating the new landfill operation near Sechelt, and 3) partially  closing all the dumps and creating the  Sechelt landfill, as in the recommended  plan, but using compactors rather than  simple collection units at the outlying  dump sites. . " "-- ,'  According to the report, annual  disposal costs are roughly the same for all  the alternatives, about $25-to ,$27 per ton,  except, for the one using the expensive  compactors. That plan would have a cost  of about $35 per ton.  ' Retaining all four sites was advised  against because the engineers believe that  continued use of the dumps would soon  lead to contaminants leaching into the  areas' water tables from the refuse. Cost  of upgrading the dumps" to avoid this  problem is not given because a detailed  survey and design oi each site is needed  before costs can be estimated. The report  noLBs only, thai such central measures���leuuiimiended-ragainst-beeausc  of the   use-oHhat area's dqmp.  would fie'-'difficult and expensive  Supt. Dixon also told directors there is  a strong possibility that the PCB may  require the district to adopt a new method  of burying the refuse which could double  or triple the time, now involved in the  operation. Cost of such a change would be  proportionately greater if it had to be done  at four sites rather than one, Dixon said.  The district's 1978 provisional budget  for dump maintenance is $50,244.  The serjond alternative, retaining the  Pender Harbour dump and creating the  Sechelt site to replace the remaining  dumps does not allow for placing containers at the closed dumps. It was  inconvenience this would create for non-  , Sechelt.area residents who do not have  garbage collection, service. ,  - The alternative using compactor. units  was rejected"Because of its. substantially  higher cost.  ��� Regional Board Chairman Harry.  aAlmbnd told the directors Thursday that  they were not restricted to the above four  alternatives but could fashion another  program altogether using the data supplied by Dayton & Knight.    Area A Director Joe Harrison expressed particular concern about the  inconvenience~for Pender Harbour area  residents if restrictions were placed on the  m.  While acknowledging that under the  recommended plan, Pender residents  would have a long drive to dispose of bulk  refuse at Sechelt, Dixon told Harrison that  the inconvenience had to be weighed  against future costs of maintaining the  Area A dump. , "After all, how many  times in your life do you have to take an  old fridge to the' dump?" he asked  Harrison.  Area C Director Charles-Lee noted that  while a central landfill reduced main-,  tenance costs, it increased the cost of  transporting the refuse. While such a  trade-off    might    be    economically  ���See Page A-3,  ENINSULA  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound topJervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek. Selma Park. Sechelt. Halfmoon Bay. SecrefCove. Pender Hrb., Madeira Park   Garden-Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earls Cove,-Ec-jmon'  p.  v  Y.Y^.  jkVBOMB 2nd Class Mail  ���X^^^^^^^M      ^ Registration No. U42  U _. Union eigKiK/pps*? Label  J  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER QN THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 1,6 ��� No. 6  k.      m Phon  nt     0   885-2  M  -3231  T2 Pages ���15c Copy  I*CNA  Wednesday, January 11,1978  ^ a  Unique daycare plan  launched for coast  A Wilson Creek community worker has  launched a day care program which is the  first of its kind on the Sunshine Coast.  The program, which is open to children  aged new born to 12 years, will place the  ^hildren_in"local-homes_on-a-daily-basisr-'  Coordinator is Donna Shugar. Funding is  provided by a Wilson Creek Canada Works  grant.  Shugar's role will be to provide a link  _ between-par ents seeking.day_care~for. their  children and individuals wishing to  provide the service in their homes. She  will refer the parents to the home or other  day care service which best meets the  child's needs.  School district  Cost for the program varies from $6 to  $10 per child per day. Provincial subsidies  are available to parents who require day  ���an  g  P  ft*  care for their children but are unable to  afford it. Further information about the  -subsidiesis available^atSieBepartmentof  Human Resources office in Sechelt, 885-  2288.      -*.  ' Shugar hopes to find suitable day care  homes in all areas from Port Mellon to  Egmont. Individuals providing day care in  their homes will receive continuing  supervision and other assistance by  Shugar. Those wishing to provide day care  for more than two pre-schoolers must be  licenced. ' *     t  Shugar said relief for day care,  providers will be available Tn emergencies.  She  also plans to establish an  "equipment pool; whichwill.be added to the  Douglas elected schools chairman  DON DOUGLAS  '.<&���  Don Douglas was unanimously elected  Chairman of the Sechelt School Board at  the board's first meeting of the year on  Thursday, January 5.  Maureen Clayton made the nomination  and Joanne Rotluff seconded it. Douglas'  election immediately followed the  . swearing-in of the newly-elected trustees  by Secretary-Treasurer Roy Mills.  ��� Amidst clapping from the rest of the  board John. Denley, Superintendent of  Schools, shook hands with Douglas and led  him to the chairman's seat.  -t  Douglas thanked the board and expressed his confidence in them to make  T:978~a~goVd^alriforme-schOTlijoaTd7r-^  He then carried out his first act as  chairman by conducting the election of a  vice-chairman.  -'   New Trustee Tim Frizzell was elected  unanimously to this position  Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club,  ���president of the Kiwanis Club, chairman of  the board at St. Mary's Hospital for two  years and a board member for nine years.  ^ Frizzell is "equally as involved in  community organizations: He is a past  president of the-Wilson Creek Community-  Association and was-Regional District  director for Area C in 1974-75. He is -a  former representative to the Coast  XJaribaldi Health Unit and has been active  in the Boy Scouts, the Rally Club, and the  Wilson Creek Group Home. Frizzell "was  also at one time a member of the juvenile  committee pf the Justice Department  Development Commission.    Winter socks it  to us one more time  Hydro meeting on  Once again, Winter has hit the Sunshine  Coast.  The Gower Point weather reporting  station recorded 30 cm (just under 12 in-  chesrofsnowlaslrMondajrandTuesday;���  Douglas, a retired businessman, has���Heavier snowfalls were_repprtedat_ether  been a school trustee for six years and iSV points on the peninsula.  provided many delights as skies, snow  shoes, and snow mobiles were brought out  of storage.,For many -people however it  was fun just to go for walks in the snow or  build-enormous-snbwmenr��� - --������-.-TT���-  Cheekye line set  for January 21  ^a-T-kS-****  for six schools  The Sechelt School District will receive  T>rovinciaHunding-for-night~watchmen-to-  protect at least six of the district's schools.  District Secretary-Treasurer Roy Mills  told trustees last Thursday the Ministry of  A public meeting with B.C.. Hydro of-  existing preschool library atiWi^^C'reeli,.. &cials to discuss the crown corporation's  and a bulk;buylrig cooperative so tha^day proposal to "Guild a 500 KV 'pow&lirar  care providers may purchase items such across _ the Pender fiarbour area is  as cribs, highchairs,:paints and toys at a scheduled for 2 p.m., Saturday, January  discount. 21, at Madeira Park Community'HaU.  Persons interested in providing the day       The meeting will be chaired by Joe    -mm-  TSffe'sei^etmd-parente^anting^day-^^ ���GlDSOHS  for their children may contact Shugar at Area A.  885-2721 or 885-5006.  Jormer chairman of the board  FriMeTl7Tt]ruclrdriver-and-Davis Bay  resident, is the only new trustee on the  board-for this year!  Douglas, along with his work, on the  school board has served as president of the  Trustees oppose  liquor licence for  Travelodge  jol District trustees 1  A spokesman for the Department of  Highways said,, "it was .a better kind of  snow than last time as far as road conditions were concerned." The- snotf^was  dry and there were few accidents, fie said  "but there were still people caught without  snow tires."-  ������ The:main:roads~were"quickly cleared  "* Dy%iow plows, but many side^ roads  remained impassable for a couple of days  and some people found they couldn't get  their cars out ��� of their driveways for  "several days.  -T^en3now--��lso-managed-to--stop_the-  -Educatioirhas^pprwed an expenditure oP  $46,172 for the-program, designed to offer  Trustees earlier had indicated to the  ministry that they would prefer to use the  funds to install and upgrade school  sprinkler .systems and smoke and intruder  detection devices. The ministry, however,  rejeqted that request.  Mills said the night watchman program  "will provide only short-term protection"  for the duration of the school' year  However, "it is better than nothing," he  said, "and it will provide some employment on the coast." Y  Mills said three dlfferenet areas will be  covered initially by the program. There  will be one watchman responsible for  lender Harbour Secondary and Madeira  Park Elementary, one for Chatelech  Junior Secondary and Sechelt Elementary, and one for Elphinstone Secondary  and Gibsons Elementary. '���>...  The board) will also consider providing  night watchmen for Davis ��� Bay  and  , RobertspCreek elementaries.'  HvHrn��c nmnnC^ rmrfp fnr thp tr��n **��* &*ool District trustees list~ J*"* b^es running on January 3 and 4.  SKi??!^ On Januarylallbuses managed to getjo  Gibsons man dies  in auto  ^imssioirtiin^l^ a liquor-Ucence for the proposed Travel-  elude a. second 500 KV line, begins a     ^e motd -n Qibsons ���     4  Cheekye near Squamish, crosses Sechelt    *   *    .        ���y ���   j - *���_  *Lake.  The line terminates at Dunsmuir on  Vancouver Island and is intended to meet  the island's future energy requirements as  projected by Hydro. The line is scheduled,  for completion in 1983.  A 30-year-old Gibsons man was killed  eayly Friday when his car struck a utility  pole on Highway 101 near the Sunshine  Coast Mobile Home Park.  Thomas Montgomery, a ferry worker,  was pronounced dead at the scene by a  coroner. The accident occurred about 5 - Hydro officials have previously stated  a.m. as Montgomery was driving towards,.;. that construction of the transmission line  Gibsons. There were no passengers in the is "not negotiable'! but have presented two  car. ,  Police theorized that'Montgomerymay  have fallen asleep at the wheel. HeHhad  recently moved to North Road in Gibsons"  from Park Avenue in Roberts Creek,  Montgomery is survived by his wife,  Brenda, two daughters, Toni Rosalee and  Jean, his parents Walter and Muriel  Montgomery,'and two sisters, Veronica  and Linda. Services were held Monday,  January 9, with Interment at Seaview  Cemetery. /  alternative routes across" the peninsula in  addition to the one mentioned above.  ^Area A Alternate Director Vera  McAllister said she expects about 200  persons to attend the meeting. She said  submissions opposing the transmission  line are being prepared by. the Pender  Harbour Ratepayers' Association, The  Pender Harbour Property Owners'  Association, a group of Sakinaw Lake  summer residents and various other individuals and organizations.  -Tim-Frizzelly-newly-elected board co-chairman, said the Travelodge "would be  too close to the school. Drivers would be  exiting right from the neighbourhood pub'  and cocktail lounge into a 20 m.p.h. school  zone."  He said this represented a danger to  elementary and secondary school students  that "we can do without.'' -    X.:.XXXX  In arguing against Frizzell's motion to  oppose the licence, Trustee Joann Rotluff  said the district has had no problems with  other licenced premises located near  schools. I  B.C. Consumer and Corporate Affairs  Minister Rafe Maire early last year announced a general.... Liquor Licencing  Branch policy against licencing neighbourhood pubs at sites adjacent to highways or close to schools and other social  facilities.  the schools^ but there^were^some^delays  due to icy conditions. All of the schools  remained open on these days and school  district officials reported about a 40 per  cent ^attendance;  The heavy snowfall caused power  outages in the FranclsHPeninsulaTin"the~  area between Davis Bay and Roberts  Creek, from Langdale to port Mellon and  on Gambier Island and Roberts Creek,,  from Langdale to Port Mellon and on  Gambier Island. Power was resumed after  work crews removed snow laden branches  which had fallen on wires.; ;���;';���;,..   7  In the Pender Harbour area at least two  boatsheds collapsed as a result of the  snow. One, at the Pen-Ga Marina was  completely destroyed, but the boat in it  was unharmed.      ' ,  Another boatshed belonging to Fred  Crosby collapsed even though It had a hew  aluminum roof. The roof was repaired and  Ronald Phillip's gillnetter which was  Inside the shed was reportedly not  'damaged.  The snowy weather also of course  Timber Days   ':*���:  needs some help  The warm and sunny days of May will  _be-witlr.us sooirand-alongTvith themshoukh  come/,.-Sechelt's  annual  Timber_-Days_  celebrations. '   "     ���  - For the celebrations to take place,  however, help is needed from people who  are willing to volunteer their time and  energy either as individuals or as part of a  group.  Itis"especially^portent-to-find-a^new7  Chairman, Co-Chairman, and Secretary  -foMheMM)ming-^eJ^to.^  who has been "in charge for the last two  years, says that while the job-requires a  great deal of work the personal rewards  are tremendous. She is very much hoping  that someone will come forward to replace  her as soon as possible so the preparations  for the npxt celebrations can 'get under  way. ' ��� '! ���'���';'.'  Timber Days have become a favourite  pjkrt of the year for many local residents  as well fas for many people who come  from other places either to participate or  just join jh the fun. '  There has also been a lot of work done  at Hackett Park to make it better than  ever for the Logger Sports.'  Also there is the added incentive this  year of the grant made available to  communities for their participation in any  Captain Cook bi-centennial celebrations.  Any such celebrations' could' easily be  incorporated In the Timber Days  celebrations.  Anyone wishing to offer holp should  contact the Sechelt Village Municipal  Office, 885-2043."  S...Y,  A\t>  fy  : ���*'. yy'.'i'iv*:,:' a *  ai �����* i* *% *  vr  "   >"ai~..MP|^ifa**H*-a^pl^.^p|WJ'f'tPHaap��a*��*''^^  \  ���'���a  ��� -a *        . ���  ������ ' ���     '��� * . '   "      * ' '  ���"<%WlPr.'ilMa����1Wlt����|||^ ��..,.,. f |<��p|��^|��<w.��aM.' ^.j���^���.���. n^pm*^^^***.*** ^a,*.**.  ;' \  ' "   '" ���'      ' ,''���        "   ' ." , �� '    .' - ���   ,.'";  *!  9 ,       -*      ^^.^i,      .       .. . .   ^   , t ^.     .��',*       .       .....        a      .,(!.*)���> ay ft      .  :   ' /���     ', '    '     /_������*.'���        ,. .... ";      ' :������   .  "'K'X'f.n':  .., .Am,.  17  * .  a   -p..  ���'< X;  ~^r.  Jf^Pr-  X&Al  1    '-i't-,.  .'   '/-?.,  A A*   <\,  .-.II.-  .***'  I*  '..p. *��t- *- -~ -   -{Jgcrwv  ���^~=. , r-j��  -$  >V1* s]fr-��ia*'-*W��.,"a *-*��� -���  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 11, 1978  .--V^,' ���  s   . **      -*.5 '^  '.V' 7-''{\y  7  i/''l  v  j/. : ��� .           '.--Dennis- Fitzgerald, Editot  '?, ��� "A free press'is the unsleeping giiardian of,"  ��� ., .    every other right that Jree. men'^pmcX A^  ��� '    '   ' ���- Winston Churchill  /  Up against the wall  We have lately been accused of There wasjio suggestion by anyone in  ^gutter" _ journalism, , hyprocrisy,_ any -of the articles _that_ legal and  sensationalism, v misrepresentation   moderate .consumption of aicbholls'  and any, number of other- irrespon  -sible acts because of three stories on  teenage drinking which we printed  last month.  Most of the critics seem to feel that  the stories distorted the problem of  wrong. The primary Question was of  abuse, not use.  Our editorial in the same issue  didn't even go so far as to support the  laws against underage possession and  consumption of alcohol. We simply  juvenile alcohol abuse and tended to   acknowledged that, regardless of the  malign all teenagers. Some o-bjected  to a photograph of ? young man  - drinking beer beside a row of school  lockers.  Some  noted  a  beer, advertisement in the same issue and1  charged that it was hyprocritical of us  " to print the stories and accept that ad.  ���    Let's take^a look at" the situation.  First of all, we can assure you that  the. critics ��� at least all of them  whom * we've  had  some  personal  - contact with ��� are honourable' ahd  intelligent folks, They honestly feel  that they have been abused arid they,  are angry.. Chaterech'%e>Principal  Jack Pope insists in a JetteV printed in -  this issue that we owe an" apology to  the peninsula's teenagers, schools  and teachers,  *��� f. It certainly was not our "intention  ^o'^oFtray^^e���majority���-of���bur  law, teenagers were going to decide  about.drinking for themselves, and  we stated our concern that they  weren't1 adequately informed about  the dangers of abuse., ~  We also , decried, "lie phony  glamourization of drinking, including  the notion^ .frequintly, promoted  through advertising^ that people who  drink are universally popular, enjoy  unabated good times aftd have perfect  complexions. The beer ad which we  ran was pretty tame stuff-in that  regard, consisting simply of a.picture  of a bottle of beer arid the words  "British Columbia has a* flavour you  won't find anywhereelse..'?. It didn't  even say * itt was - a good flavour,  although presumably .we're supposed  to. infer that.'    ��� - ���  They don't need  Maybe it is a few years late," but look at the bright side ��� it only cost six cents postage.  teenagers as a bunch of alcoholics,  and we regret thatfanyope interpreted  the stories in that manner. We are  also quite willing to acknowledge our  shortcomings ��� which are about as  numerous as most other people's ���  and -to; attempt to set- straight dnf  errors'. l      ���-   . '  But we dori'Tt feel ' obliged to  apologize. for,the\drinking stones.   .  The stories indicated that itjs the  " opinion of those educators, law enforcement "_ officers,     counsellors,  ��� There was a lot of other criticisms  leveled^against us.' ~ ". /  That the\3'0 students interviewed  were "not representative." Maybe  they were,, and maybe they weren't,  J)ut we-didn't go out looking for  students who "drink. ��� ." .  .  , That we intentionally wrote a  "sensational"-story in order to boost  our circulation. A fairly curious  allegation since we have been free  circulation for several months^ We  already are delivered to~ every home  CBC hitches^^  i#  BjOWARYANNE\WEST  It is reported that Don Harron asked for  and got $65,000 as host of CBC Radio's  .network" program Morntngside. It isn't^  "that he needs the moheyTHis~alterago  Charlie Farquharson takes care of that.  "The    reason*  I    created    Charlie  Farquhars6rT25"yearsfago was because  people wouldn't listen to me as Don  Harron: Now that I'm oldandgrey maybe"  provincial court, workers and social on_the peninsula, and there really- ^^^^TSiSSSi^^L-  r    _     :*- v       ���"* .-Y a ��,���* ���>*.        l     ,.   .    .    , J    his debut in 1936 as a chud performer on a  workers who were interviewed that isn't any boost to be had. _.       nMn ���*���,������,,���, cnrioc Th�� *H,*Minn nt  there is a substantial problem qf  any uuusi iu ue nau. _       radio adventure series. The attraction of  4 This' newspaper   is   supported   Morningside to a man who already has  almost    entirely    by    advertising   radio and television commitments and is  revenue, and "boat-rocking" articles'  writing a book is that it will give him'a  tend to lose far more advertising than , chance to be himself for a change and to be  they;were Tnisqiipted, or; that/ then; fe    attracUVe ^ a fmandal-riak,^ 2&**Wj3?&. ftW. '^mm  rflmarkswera sorted.   ~, Aa ^ in printing a story vte ^  is  juvenile   alcohol   abuse' * on   the  'peninsula. None of the persons quoted  in the article have indicated to us that  remarks were distorted  'That-s-an-important-point  -It-was-  the opinions of the ekpertswho were  interview^d^hiclTshaped the story,  not the opinion of the reporter. In  their haste to defend the majority of  the- peninsula's teens, most of the  critics have tended to either deny or  ignore the suggestion that a problem  -does-���xist^Tha^is-their-prerogative7--  of course, but we don't feel that we  should apologize for printing the  contrary opinions of people who are in  a position to make a knowledgeable  assessment. 7 '     -  It may be worth.noting that a  considerable part of the problem here  seems to lie less in what was said than  that it was said about teenagers. At  several points in the. 'articles,  reference was made to the fact that  alcohol abuse among teens is directly  tied to a pattern of alcohol abuse  among the adults on the peninsula.  But we didn't receive any letters from  adults complainting that they had  been maligned as a group.  The reason for this likely is that  juveniles are effectively second-class  citizens in our society and consequently are sensitive to anything  Which they can intprpret as tending to  further xeducejheir status.  From this perspective, ttie  teenagers' reactions to the drinking  stories are understandable. It is also  understandable ~ although a little  disappointing ��� that while the  drinking stories yielded about a dozen  letters from indignant Elphinstone  students, the Times issue just two  weeks priorr>whiolv contained��4wp��  front page stories- lauding tho ac-  reason We subsidize it, is to nurture "and  encourage Canadian talent. They're  supposed to be in the business "of "making  '"stars',* rather than providirigjsecurity for  the already rich and~successful. Which  doesn't mean CBC should degenerate to  -the level of a backwoods_talent_night._Its_  mandate  is twofold ���  to  provide  a  showcase for our best talent and to create0  an "environment from St. John's to the  Queen Charlottes and from Frobisher to  "Windsor inwhich"talent~can~develo"p"and~  flourish.  No small order, and as the CRTC  commented in 1972, "Only the tiifficulty ot-'  such a task can justify the need of a tax-  supported institution."  , Seemingly overwhelmed by "the difficulties1 aridTdemands drpuWctbr'oad-  this publicity  HEditor, The Times,  Can you please tell me why you find it  necessary to have large headlines above  your usual "Court News" column stating a  persons  occupation   or  place  of. employment? re: your Dec. 14th _edition,  "Beachcomber star jailed".  *  It was* my understanding that it is the _  duty of the press to print the news in such a '-  way as to inform the public of what is  going on in their community, but it should  be done in a fair and unbiased manner. We  don't   see   headlines   stating   that-   a  iMillwprker_wasJineiLj)r_jailed.ior,-doing~  something against the' law or a Store  -Owner arrested for impaired driving etc.  You are looking for sensationalism Mr.  Editor at someone else's expense and it is  my opinion that you owe Mr. John a public  apology and also the cast and crew of the  Beachcombers. This kind of publicity they  can well afford to do without.  Marilyn Ranniger,  ���   < Gibsons  . Certain occupations lend jxTTSst the  people who hold them into the public  limelight, and to create, to one extend or  another, celebrity status. Thisis true of  politicians or television and motion picture  stars, for instance. They become widely  known because of their jobs in a way that  mill workers or store owners do not, and  because of their jobs they receive  somewhat more attention than the rest of  us. That's not sensationalism; that's just  the way things work. ��� Editor  You owe an  apology  Editor, The Times:  Congratulations Elphinstone" students  "for-setting���the-YecT)rd~stratghtr~Cre~  "Teenage Alcohol Problems on Penin-  _suja"). Your highly articulate letters  easily rebutted one of the most shoddy  pieces of journalism I have, had. the  misfortune to read.  I am personally aware that the writer  "of"that article elicited her information  -from-a-smaUrdisproportionate-sampling-  of one school's population.. My own investigative reporting quickly turned up'  that -the picture- on-the-front - page -was  "staged" and, furthermore, that it was  staged at an adult function taking place at  the school. I am sure we can all draw our  own conclusions from this.    ���S  V  management  alike,   whose   ideas   and  willingness to serve the needs of_.yast  areas are limited to budget restrictions.  -   You'd have thought Torontowould have  learned   about  celebrities   from   Judy  LaMarsh, whose time was.divided bet-  -weeh-CBC and a Royal Conimission, but  for ..a "time in September Don Harron was  taping Morningside at night and flying to  Nashville to tape Hee Haw during the day.   The jrqadcasting Act states clearly   fhalTthe "Canadian broadcasting system*       K your purpose was to create a^con-  . shall be made up of complementary (not   troversy in order to' stimulate interest  competing) public and private actors. We ' (and circulation), you may have been  important. -     actor an(j performer and may-wellbe~a    philo"sophy"of"Madison Avenue, CBC ap-  ���That7the~photograph-on-thefront-_ "natural" when it comes to broadcasting^jear^jcjiave given WtotHe temptation tQ-  "staged".  This is true.-   but it does seem to be an overgenerous    join the gang. A poUcy~which results in  salary to one who freely admits to having    programs and promotion built around  done only one interview.before. "stars" within;the context of the Toronto  Those ' of whom the prospect_jbf media-reality, rather than the continuing'  Charlie's wit and wisdom five days a week_~expMssibnj)f^wider-Cariadian-identit^  seemed like too much of a good thing,        The host of the network weekday get-  page was "staged". This is true.-  There was no deceit intended, and the-  fact that so many of the letters used,  phrases such as "obviously ppsedV-  suggests to us that there was ho deceit  jv^u^hlJtt^y��as_meant-as^a_sc  shouldn't buy the argument that CBC has  to compete and play by the same rules  which dominate the private sector. It's  neither1-fair to the private stations which  , ���.���-   ... -j..        have no public monies to fallback onnbr to'  _-..���    easting-in-a-world^6imra ���which my position 'allow's~,:ar"eawLarer6LtHe:  public funds largelyiojduplicate what is sham which you presented,  already���provided���by���commercial       At"lea"st you owe~thV"majbrity "bTthe"  operations". It's sad, though, that Don teens   on  this  peninsula  an  apology:  successful. However you have maligned a  large  segment  of  your  present   (and  future) readers. I hope that your other  readers^ whojriay not have the contact and'  cohfrdOTce5Iwitft and'"in''our' local.'teens  Harron after 52 years doesn't know that.  there's more to this wonderful country  -than-just-making money.  photographic metaphor and w^3 not  designed to, suggest that 'students  liter.ally'Sifrafound in school corridors  with cases of beer. Interestingly, none  of the people who complained about  the picture bjljjyed it was a genuine  incident, but they were, aU jivorried,  that someone less astute than  themselves would misinterpret it.  We won't go to any great length to  defend the picture, however. It was  one of those late night decisions that  are often regretted the next morning.  It looked like'a National Enquirer  layout, and if we had it to do over  again that picture wouldn't be in the  paper at all.  In sum, we certainly did not intend"  tolay a blanket condemnation on the  peninsula's, teenagers;\ and we're  sorry that some people^ Interpreted  the articles in that fashion. We did  intend to lraw attention to what some  conco jied professi6nals feel is a  problem, arid we're sorry that more  people aren,'t,willing to' acknowledge  that prolblem. h     .    '    '���    ��  As a footnote* we'd Hko to repeat'  an offer. We had conversations last  year with various individuals' at  Chatelech,   Pender, HaVbour ;,'ahd  ieedrt'thave-worriedr(3haTlle-torns*out-to���^ogettterxloes^t^eeditHje-a-starrCBe-has-  be under contract to another Toronto radio  station, CFRB and one begins to understand by CBC was willing to pay $65,000  (a/id a stand-in when Harron has other  commitments), for what they consider "a  coup".  ��� So.what's wrong with that! you ask.  That's how the broadcasting ivorldiSTYou  have to buy stars to get ratings and pay  them exhorbitant salaries so that competing stations or networks do not lure  theni away, and with them your audience.  ^ That is indeed the jungle of the private  radio and television world, but the CBC,  funded by the taxpayer to the tune of $500,.  million annually, (s supposed to be public  broadcasting. Maybe I'm out on a limb by  myself, but It doesn't seem to me the CBC  should bo In this dog-eat-dog fight for so-  called "stars". Its job surely, and the  no competition in; this field. The program  needs a production team and host with a  wide variety of interests, with a vision of  the'diversity and humanity of this country; a host with sensitivity and the ability  to bring people; ideas and events into  focus. For $65,000 we could have had  regular input froiri the "talented Don  Harron as well as employment and op-  .portunjty_f6r a host with more modest  expectations and grassroots contributions  from across the country;  One can imagine what this policy, of  bringing in high priced "stars" does to thei  morale of CBC's professional staff, some  of them broadcasters of great experience  and many years of loyal service to the  corporation.  One oan "understand, too, the  frustrations     of     producers     and  common courtesy would include in that  apology the schools. and teachers within  our community, whom you have indirectly  maligned, y���^~���-..' ���������"���' ������^���  ' J.D.Pope  ������-���'��� , ;"���ehatelech-JuniorSecondary-  ��� ���    p >       ���      i ,       ,, ,  Shouldn't B.C. Hydro have  , . ��� i     '    . ���   '���      .  to live within its means?  Editor, Tho Times:  * Following is a letter sent to tho  Honourable  Evan * Wolfe,  minister of  finance, .Victoria.  ,   Dear Mr. Wolfo:v  In tho B.C. Government News of  corhpllshments     of     Elphinstone   at Elphinstone) in which we offered to  Elphinstone -schools--(including;*-a-^^.November,it,ls,reportodtliat,y.ou,said  meeting with student pouncil officers   "Government  should  llvo  within  Its  students, brought not a single letter of  comment.      >  Then there's tho charge of  hyprocrlsy surrounding the beer ad.  Somebody's missing the point hero.  .means.-Government has, no money of Its  own...". I rMSartlly^ agree.  which they could discuss toplcsjf.N, pr0vin^^ are  intA��.��.  ��A   fWnaoW   De^to   5isturbed.^ fcdoral. deficit of $9.2.  give the students a weekly column in-.,  Interest   to   themselves  followup calls from this office, riobody  took us up on the offer. It still stands.  ....  ,��.,:,,.... ���-.���   jaaaa*. . ... ,. ,     a 't   ''  The PENiNsuLA7^��e& Christian Science  PulilUlied Wednesday!* nl Sechelt  on H.r.'s.Siuisliliif Const  ''.V  The IVnlnsiiIrt Times  lor Wcklpren PuhUentlotis Ltd.   '~~' ���)it''Seciieiii,n,o; """'   1      l.oxJI()~ Sechelt, ILC.    VON MO�� ���  a       "'���,   I'hone HH5-.12.il  to 5j),ni, TiH's.-Snt^    ^  Subscrlpllon Kiitcs: (In mlvanee)  Local, 57 per year, llcyond ,15 miles, $H  U.S,A,.$IO.OvVrsens$ll.  p^^p^<^Ap)p*M*��-^p*A��%*->1A*-^p^^  "Not by might, nvr by power., but by my  spirit, snith the I.otfl of hostfl.,Y(Zoch.  4:6).  specify payments linked to |ho price of  gold, becouso InVestors and lenders wero  worried about inflation. Will B.C. Hydro's  ",loans-from U.S. sources become moro  burdensome and unpredictable? I am  alarmed, as any prudent person should bo.  B.C. Hydro la now planning to bring two  3 phase 500 kv transmission lines across  tho Goorgla Strait to Vancouver Island,  EAch of these lines will supply 1100  megawatts of power. Tho prosont peak  load demand of tho Island Is about 1000  megawatts.   The   present   peak   load  - capacity is 1390 megawatts which will bo  Increased to 1620 megawatts in ,1978, The  * two proposed linos will give' Vancouver  Island a peak load capacity for 1990-1991 is  2200 megawattsy Because ofva drop In  'electrical uso, Its projected figure of 1720  megawatts of peak demand for 1983-1904  billion,* Bid, Hydro, I understand, hns a  dobt:of approximately $4 billion; financing  projects now undor contraction will bring  Uils debt to about $8 pillion, More and  more construction at over Increasing costs  ls also being planned for (tho near future.  >   At-present, about 46 Cents of ovory  dollar'/ itecelvod:. In rnte^ gdea ,to pay In-' "has boon pushed forward to 1905-198-3. WlUi  ......    ,     , tcr'fi'st on its loans, Ks Its loans Increase,   nn expected'.cost of between f315 and |500  All will ngreo tha,t groat Wohdei'shnvo w(lll <|iat .porcontogo incroaso? Will' tho million, and n reduced demand for olec-  bcen ftccompllflhed In tho world of In-, rntbs'doublo? WllUhorp ever bo fcnough triclty, does Jhls project scorn Jiistlflcd? If  vontlonrBut nro thoy really Invwjtlorts or- * nionoy to ro^y^ tho loans^lri^ho'fjrst alx *��� an emphasis on conservation and a cbangfl  discoveries? -,       <. months' of tho cilrront flscal-ycor, H,C., Jnrnto structure to discourage waste nnd  Mnry Baker Eddy writes, "In"tlio   Hydro-nada net loss offfl0.7 million,   overconsumptlon   ofv electricity >were  material world," thought has brought (o ��� Conservation prn9t,lcos wore given as ono   Implemented by B,C, Hydro,, would theso  hght with great rapidity many'useful;'' reason ^.reductjd. salc^ If sales, of,'lines bo needdd now?  Mw.Q(idtar��JWUhW  ���MWLPinlpnfl,.km^rla|ng*^ toJilva���wlUun,Jt��  ���itenim of tho real, to the spiritual cnu/tb of { *b, tlfo people of Brltlsli^olumbln, fiovb td   meaiM? I Would nprireclato your Ideas on  thoso lower tiling which glVp Impulse id , pay these debts? To mako matters worse,   this mn"  Inquiry..".Sdonco and Health with Koy-to ' U'.S.-Prosldont, i>Wor has focoritly slKncfd  matter.  \  Uio Scriptures! Pfi;. 208,  r't-  RSUpW*"  **���"������ ,"v��r* '**.-; *������ .���  iha-.XrjtX^t-vriXi  :y-:.��  .;  ���,fs..  :v.:\...  a bill ������ndlng.-tbo' ban on contrncta thnt* *  i   Y,    ;!  ,. 9       '*..."     ,��� '    '''' ���  ..,'! '.  'Nonoy-V^rriey  , I ^Hquotl Island.  a lot of help  Editor, The Times: ���������-���X}- ���������  ��� The Elves Club is pleased to report  another successful drive this year. Over  100 hampers were delivered to needy  families throughout the peninsula, thanks  to donations of trucks and drivers by the  following: John Stewart, Tom Gobber,  Frank Bezanson, Peter Landry, Dave and  Jackie Konrad, Mike MacDonald,  Jamieson Automotive, .and Gibsons  Building Supplies. We thank each of you  for your time and unselfish .effort,  z The following clubs, organizations and  merchants also contributed most  generously to our cause and we thank you  all. Campbell's Variety, Kern Electronics, George Flay^Barber Shop,  MacLeods, Kinsmen Club, Douglas  Variety, Peninsula Dry Cleaners, Gibson^  Fish Market, Tydewater Crafts, NDP  Bookstore,- Hylton -Kennolsr Robinson  Radio and TV, Music Weavers, Hilltop  Enterprises, Haywire Logging, Helen's  Fashions, Driftwood Crafts, Goddard's,  TJ's Sound, frail Bay Hardware In  Sechelt,  Richard's Men's Wear,  Pino  .Ridge Farm, Yoshl's Rostaurant, Gibsons  Hardware, SuperValu, Sunnycrest Auto  Sorvlco, Todd's Children's Wear, Dawson  Products, Don's Shoes, Western Drugs,  - W;wruphdlsteryrGlft"F16Werct'flhd u1*  Swanson Ltd., Ken Mac Parts, Dick  Clayton, Dan Whcelor Fuels, Molson  Breweries, Royal Bank, Gibsons Unes,  Kit's Cameras, Trail Bay Sports In Gibsons, Tho Fab Shop, T% Party Stop, You-  Doll's, Secholt Garden, Shop, Western  Weight       Controllers,'1   Elphlnstono  .Recreation Group, ,, Royal, Canadian  IiCgton, Gibsons United Church Women,  Lions Club of Gibsons, Tho Klnettes and  tho Gnylis Hockey Club.  A spoclal thanks to Gibsons United  Church Hall, Holy Family Church Hall,  Luke 'Lapplnr Bonner's Furnlturo Storo,  Const Nows Offlco, Family Thrift Storo,  and W.W, Upholstery for making tholr  promises available, for depot facilities,  As in previous years, rose Buds in vasoi  wero distributed to^ tho patients In St,  Mary's Mosptfal Christmas Day,  An extra special thanks to Ken Ednoy  for all his holp,  "^.TfhfihTwIM^  "sorry and nnywayjyouknow who you nrol  Wo thank you all onco moro nnd wo'll 'see  you next year.  ELVESCLUB  '.'.* :,< ���'. . ','���,     BoxUQ7,Gibsons,,  5 YEARS ~ INTEREST PAID ANNUALLY  GUARANTEED  INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES  "'  MINIMUM DEPOSIT $SOO  Membor ol Canada Deposit Iniuranco Corporation  \NorthWestTrust\  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmoomw<rmmm��  BONDED AGENT        ,,   ,,  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD!)  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(^lMa'��i��M��i$W.|Puy*  I  #W����ira����'K!i*��m��'^*^f^wtoiH^fe^ rss^lto^^isw&ii^iW^.Jpw^^fetf^ feiate��*i!  -"���%!* V����''* ������'-'</**it s-ftf^itH  -w  :rfr  ^pw^tefc^-^^w.*!^ rrt*    *i��iywtrfir<lr<f i��>    f-��*f*l*?t#*���� ���***���&$���*  w\ *i   ���   -���    "Y     ? ��  I*-** �����  ���*- -^W'fi"  ,. ��� ,\,  At  \l  ri(f��K.-��      ff��fMa��fl-Pi  |SfW( ��-�����**- M  ..Y����"��t"-"p'"7-"��.����*"..*'*'"���  ,#,'���' ���  p  .  1 )���  V   .!  ' \ I  aAA.AAx.1 77  ��� ...-;  i- ���  L*^Y1  1.1,1, ��� "  -f .    .  V*  vVr*;..-.-"*7-- - 0**  ���'-.'.. - - ' '     /. *!'  Wednesday, January: 11, 11W8 The Peninsula Times  Page A-3   ;  , Ont? man's opinign?  It all started over a beer. My friend was  becoming indignant. - The subject was  trucking. "No wonder things cost so much  up here," he grumbled. "It's the freight,  and it won't get any better. You need a  licence to carry other people's^tuff, and  1 there's only one licenced comply on the  peninsula. They've got the place s^wn up  beqause they can get away with high ktes  by stopping.other truckers from getting,  licences-. Heck, if you have to takeVour  pickup to town on your own business, and"  you pickup a washing machine for a friend  in exchange for his paying your ferry fare,  you can get arrested."  they would pay them. As Mr. Christopher  pointed out, the licence system' amounts  only to a subsidy of, the big customers by  making the small ones pay more.  As long as there is money in trucking,  someone will be abound to carry the goods.  The rates would float to the level set by  competition, which for most goods would  probably be considerably lower than those  set by the MCB. If you're guaranteeing a  price, you just don't try as hard to cut your  costs., , '"'    ^  Not only does "the licence system! not  provide the benefits claimed for it, it,also  causes problems. You've surely seen those  well-maintained    Sunshine   "Transport  AiiaT^n-mjusUce Just the tiling for a weii.niauiHnnea ,aun8IUIM. iranapori  column. But ort^Recking-ouHhe-facts, it -.trucksj,ooming along 10i. ^y haui from  turned out that things are a bit more Vancouv'wTo- PoweU-River^But even  complicated than my friend was making   ^     n  th right  th?5Ugh-the  7-:  govt inspected, fresh  1 H m  gov't inspected, fresh  out  Trucking is one of the most regulated  industries around, in the U.S. as well as in  Canada. You do indeed need a licence to  carry paid cargo, and there are some  hasty fines for trucking without one. They  go up to $500, with $100 being theaverage.  And it looks as if the licence system, and  all the red tape that goes with it, does more  harm than good.  According to the B.C. Motor Carrier  Branch (MCB), which runs the show, the  government looks on trucking more, as a  utility than a business. People have to  have goods moved, so they have to be able  to depend on trucks being a-yaiiable at a  reasonable rate. The only/way to ensure'  this, the MCB says, is government  supervision, guarant-eeing enough  business to keep licenced trucking companies alive by limiting the number of  licences.*  ������TheMCB^s line-is-fulloFholesrandour-  local Situation shows it.,  ���,_. Up .here, we have two outfits, with  general freight licences providing regular  peninsula,' they aren't allowed to pick up  dr deliver freight here. It's true they're  often full anywayr but what a crazy waste  when they're not. Then there are the  empty _. backhauls    when "Vancouver.  trucklines do send loads up here. And the    Mj0BELa4RQUT_._  need for a truckload arriving from outside  the lower mainland to be transferred to a  local hauler for delivery-t'o the peninsula.  And how about the bureaucracy of the  MCB that has to be paid to look after the  whole thing? The setup is a loser.  Then, of course, there's the limit on our  freedom. If I want to do some trucking,  why should I have to get a licence? The  MCB claims licencing keeps the riffraff  out, but wouldn't customer, dissatisfaction  do the same thing?.  ���_.*-.-.     >  The silly  thing^S?Jhat even  with  licences, a lot of goods get carried by  *unlicenced trucks. Even when the cops do  FORMER GIBSONS Mayor Larry  Labonte"was"presehted \i gavel, last-  week by new Mayor Lawrence Blain  in recognition of Labonte's years of  service to the community.     -     ' '  gov't inspected, grade A beef   Ib.  or not. And you can get away wiuTltT  service, Peninsula Transport and the-bus���completely if you can cgnvince.the cop the  line, SMT. But SMT is limited by its stuff in the truck is- your own:. En-  yehicles, and its union,jto parcels weighing   forcement may:b_e_bettejr elsewhere, but on  ���Four dumps  ���From Page A-l  favourable now, ,Lee speculated that the  situation could be altered "a few years  hence when we may not have motor fuel." .  Area B Director" _ Peter Hoemberg  replied that,'although Lee's point was a  good one, the additional fuel used in  transportation was somewhat offset-by the ~  fuel saved in burying garbage at one site  rather than four..   *  Hoemberg also commented that the  district has been aware for years of the  .  v - need for making a decision regarding the'   ,  pull^teucfe-over, the licence documents���future^of-me-dumpiTrbut-thardirectors���I  are so full of red tape it's hard to tell   have postponed action because of the  quickly whether the trucker's load is legal   dtfficultjtQf- the problem. "We can't put it  gov't inspected,  3 Ib. pkg.  SuperValu  tissue  4 roll pack  0    P  SuperValu, in tomato sauce  14 oz. tin  ^  no more than 75 pounds  There    are    other    truckers    with  restricted   licences   operating   on   the  peninsula, including Madeira Transport,  wJiich���carries refrigerated loads,  and  Pacific Cartage, which hauls food for  ^Kelly^DougLas (Lucky Dollar, Shop-Easy  etc.). -TherelirelflsTr^boulY20_general  Micker^basAdJn.^ncou_v_er_licenced_to  ���.���deliver freight to the coast.  This last sounds great, until you realize  that these 20 aren't allowed to pick up a  load here. This means they're faced with  an empty trip home, and so they aren't too  Jseen to- come, up. A\sp,ymyAir_\eri^\v/as  right. You're not aUowed-Jo^take*your  truck  from  here  to  town  and^-bring   , ,   ,      , -_ -_ -.  someone-elsess-goods-back-f orpaymertEM0T the-coast don.t^ak^u^ense. JaiL  they may hit our principles harder than  the peninsula run it seems pretty skimpy.  Apart from the philosophical side, "what  does all this mean to coast residents?  Probably not much financially". Take food,  for example. Trukcing costs from Van-,  couver to Sechelt probably add less than  one cent a pound to most ot our prices,  according to Mr. Christopher. This is not  thXreasonrfor=oucJiigher-food-prices.-���  And  evert  if   trucking~rates~^were���  significant, most of these (for truckers  who must recover all their costs) are  associated with the ferries, not with excess.  profits. It isn't the fares', it's the waits for^  boarding and the hour on the boat:\-'-i "���''  So, yeah, the trucking arrangements  off any longer," he said. "We just have to  take the thing by the horns and reach a  decision."    - ���      _ ���?   One-quarter of a million Canadian, adults  and over 1,000,000 children were involved  hrthe work of UNICEF during-the-past  year. When UNICEF Canada began 22  years ago, volunteers raised a relatively^  modest" sum of $15,000. This year, volun-"  teer efforts raised more than $3,000,000.  SuperValu  1 Ib. pkg   SuperValu  skim mi  SuperValu  20 Ib. bag  SuperValu  5 Ib. bag  However^this situation doesn't make  Pen Transport's life a bed of roses. In fact,  its* owner, Robert Christopher, claims he  would probably make "more money if the  licence (system wtiref^lJ&Fsp'R^ The  problem is that one'condition of thetJi  ���^���that���Perr Transport must  provide  trucking   service   to   every   customer  Jemandingit.JT.hiSjraeJaj^  in Pender Harbour wants a new fridge  delivered, Pen Transport must do it for the  standard rate, whether or not there is  enough other freight for Pender Harbour-  to make a paying load.  ('  And in the same way that Pen Transport can't charge more in bad cases like  that, neither can it give its-good customers  a biraKSThe government's argument is  thalnf it allowed deviations from the set  rate, the'truckers could play favorites and  discriminate against people they didn't  like. ,   ,���'  Of course, without a monopoly this  , wouldn't'matter���you'd just go to another  outfit. * p(  c  wIn fact, there's no need for this ty|pe-of ���  monopoly at all to ensure steady and ���  reasonable^ service. It doesn't work  anyway. Truck lines on, tho coast have  gone,out of/business before, even with this  protections Think about ~ what -.would  .happen If trucking wore deregulated, with ���  no more hicence requirement,  The*hypothetical little man with tho  pickup would carry the odd load, but lie  'wouldn't,get jthe business of tho major��  trucking  customers.   They  would  still  require a reliable service and would stick  ��� with a regular,company. However,.with  the revenue from the occasional freight  . down, that company would probably havo  to chnrgo its cufltomojrs higher rates. And  our wallets. And they're not an evil plot of  Peninsula Transport. It's just the  government at it again. .  Happy New Year.  ,Qid��fcRgaultsJLIse-TiiTiPs ArihrMs!  TOP QUALITY  Used  RECORDS  and  POCKETBOOKS  are sold at  MUSIC WEAVERS  lower Gibsons  886-9737  SuperValu  64 oz. jug  SuperValu  2 Ib. pkg.  ��� I dressing  16 oz. jar  SuperValu  Thorofed  peanut butter   $039      dog food  48 oz. tin  SuperValu, mild  25.5 oz. tins  Cheddar cheese $179  ?-^  REALTV^^WORLD  MEMBER BROKER  A golden opportunity for .the  golden years. Offered for sale'  ��� an attractive 10 unit motel  located across from the beach >  on Dayis Bay, Ideal for a man  and wife operation. Turn the  occasion of your retirement to  account and Invest In this going  concern. Offered at approx five  Ttlmes gross wlth..good flngncjng.---  SuperValu, fancy  peas  2 lb. pkg.  Oven Fresh  Charles English Ltd., Sechelt  Box 979 S��cHolt, B.C.  VON 3AO  681-7931 j�� 885-3295  chuckwagon  DreSQ 16 oz. loaves   ....  Ovon Froih  fruit bar cookies  doz. .,  SuperValu, frozen  orange juice  12.5 oz   Martha Laine, White or  80 pet, whole wheat  bread dough  Oven Frosh  apple pies  8"      Vonlco Bakery  0  Canadian rye  bread 24 o.   fAVESTROUGHSIT  GUTTER MAINTENANCE  CUSTOM CRAFT  PRODUCTS  885a2#927w  Cloanlng & Repairing  Sunshine Coast Lions  :  BINGO  OVER $1500 IN PRIZES  Includes 2 Door Prizes  ',  ��� - *���������  THURS, JAN. 26 * SECHELT LEGION  v Doors 7:00 1st Game 8:00  '     *    ��� ,������'     '.v. y   ���'��� ^   . ',<y": ������  3 Cards >500      each additional card 'l00  ADVANCE IICK^^  CAMPBELL'S ��� BIO MAC'S ��� PRODI'S BARBER SHOP  Goldon Ripo  bananas    4 $100 papaya   ,    .       m   lbs.     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'ilfc.Wpsjtri^fJwapy -s "*  ^^ ^**-.  ���     ���*     ���>  "'   ' -,..,*.���   ^   ���    .         -  ..p.  ^^X:r- ;--���;������������*���  ."<���  ���                      t  s���Wf^pfl^^H-*i*ap��r��.Ji^lW��(t*��p' *W��*JiWit*WMN    V  immimmfat*  mmwiM0M>mmt*'M>i ���*w.��*-^ - ��*-��-m *  < ��� .���"Vs.'*;i"  ; ' ;****p**^*<*��T  (��^M*t��- ���������  *&*&,  *^mmf-^r.  m*^**.^^  a      .,���  *��� ' *'     < ���t.  ��� t l>,.-1�� a  tr^my m, ^wB��TI^W|Hf,|l|.Wt1'i> WW*IP1 IP��T^B*|1Wy &  ���**"'*  **��'   :  y  "      i  4*  /'��� 1  *JI'  J   .- \  /���  ������'-���"a!..   .'    ->  7 ". =>  ---���>- --   ^.-^.a ��� ���. |,..._^ _ o  Seniors greet the  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 11,1978  New Year with a  The Creek runoff  Dancing all the way  By Annie Dempster, 885-3326  Colleen* Connor has certainly come a  long way since her days as a student at  Roberts Creek Elementary. Colleen is,fast  becoming a very accomplished ballerina.  , For the-past two years, since she was  ^sheiias been studying with Stella Mann  in London," England. She also takes Royar  Academy lessons.,  Colleen has had to work exceptionally  hard to gain her achievements, but work  hard she has. She" started dancing under  the direction of Anne Gordon when she was,  nine. At 13 she went to Vancouver to study  under Ann. Wymah. She studied there until  she went to-England. Colleen not only  managed all her dancing studies, she also  attended Greenwich College in her spare  time and received her leaving certificate.  ^-Colleen had eight exams in dancing last  year, and she passed all of them with  honours. Last summer sM��||dso had her  first taste of performing^^pe a live  audience in._the Golden lllir Theatre,  Creek  community notes  KIDS, FILMS  Starting Saturday, January 14, Kids  Films will be shown at the Wilson Creek  -HaU,-from.SLa.m.-to_ll^a.m^_Everybody_  ages 6 to 12 is welcome. There is a charge  of 25 cents.  FAMILY GAMES  Sundays from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., there"  will be family games at the Wilson Creek  Community Hall. During the winter, card  and aboard games are available,  (.checkers, darts, puzzles, backgammon)  and when the weather is better, outside  games will be organized. For more information, call community worker April  Struthers at 885-2309. .  IMPAIRED DRIVING COURSE .   ���  The Impaired Driving Course will once  again be presented_by,the Wilson Creek  Community Association. Under the coordination of Joan Wall, guest speakers  and films will,be used to present...in-  formation-on-theoise and effects oialcohol,i  "and the probieTnT^soliiate^withdrinking-  driying. This course is open to the general  "public and will begin Wednesday, January  11 at the Wilson Creek Community Hall,  where  she  danced the   lead  role   in  "Princess and the Nightingale".  Colleen's mother; Helga, whom many  of you know, gives a good deal of credit to  our former principal Malcom (Mac)  MacTavish for Colleen's present success.  Helga says, "Mac taught Colleeen to study  and to want to learn on her own. He gave  her encouragement to do both."  ; Colleen now has the chance to go to  Leningrad in Russia or 'Stuttgard in  southern Germany to further her studies,  but at the moment plans"to stay in-Londofi  till she has mastered every possible exam  involving her dancing career. She.is so  involved in,her dancing studies and her  extra curricular work that she is.having  great difficulty in making a final decision.  Whatever that decision might be, there  is no doubt a lot of people are wishing her  every possible success. This lovely lady  has certainly worked hard enough and  _ been dedicated enough to be deserving it.  SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING  If you are interested in learning  Scotttslf'Coiintry Dancing, why not come  out to St. Aidans Hall on Wednesday,  January 11, from 2 p.m. to, 4 p.m. It doesn't  matter what your age might be or wheth-  Yer^nrotyouVe'dirUTcedbefore;Everyone~is"  welcome to attend. The only requirement  is that you bring along a pair of flat slippers. There is a fee of $7 that pays for 12  ���sessions.-The-fee isrto pay for the,hall  retftairBonnie Dunn (a charming Scottish  lady) has graciously, volunteered tc instruct anyone who is interested in attending. Sounds like a fun way to meet  people.  BANANA BELT  Guess the Creek is still the undisputed  Banana Belt of the Sunshine Coast. Friday  .afternoon it wassnowing fairly heavy-in  Gibsons and Friday evening it was coming  down in Sechelt, but as of 2 a.m. Saturday,  the Creek was clear. There was also very  little snow piled at the sides of the roads as  compared to Gibsons and Sechelt.  GRIPE OF THE WEEK  Ernie Fossett never losing a cribbage  .hand.   .   ._, ,.,.,.,. ,.Va;TJ-,.,,,.....,...v  ''BIRTHDAY-*GREkTINGSti ��<*.* *���*�������- ���*-���*-��: \  ' Happy Birthday wish>es to Lisa Kirk of  Large Road and to Heida Brongers 6i  Beach Ave. Hope you had a super party,  Lisa.  'rocking' good party 1  By ROBERT FOXALL  ������Lhave heard that there are those who  will not own up to the fact of being Seniors.  because they think they will then ,be  labelled as "Rocking Chair Jockeys".  Anyone who thinks that way should have  been at our New Year's Eve Party. The.  sounds coming from "Our Hall" on that  evening belied the name "Senior" on the'  front of the building .Jt was really rocking.  Music for dancing was provided by our  own Senior Swingers,* consisting oi Evelyn  Bushell, Al Fox and .Al -Felrris, supplemented by tapes which had- been  produced by Jim Derby and Emery Scott.  May I say at this point how pleased we fi  all were to see Jim .Derby and Jack  Bushell, both of them newly out of the  hospital, taking an active part in the  evening's jollity.  After an evening of dancing of every  description,  as  the  witching  our  ap- .  proached we paused to exchange greetings,  and wishes for the New-Year and to sing.  "Auld Lang Syne" to the Old Year and to  open the'door to the brand New Year. We  then sat down to a buffet supper which was ,  so good that I cannot find words sufficiently ebullient to describe the sur>  culence of the meats or the zest of the  salads. Credit must go to Jean Sherlock for  the excellence .ot the supper. She did a  .great deal of the planning and work but did  not lack for eager and co-operative helpers  before and during the evening. There were  .two "Lucky Plates" at the tables but I  cannot tell who the winners were'because .  the din was so lound that unless people  used the microphones they could not be  * heard and this was not an evening for  worrying about little details. I understand  that a past president and his good lady  spent several hours peeling spuds to make  "Those zesty salads. There were "spot"  dance prizes", but here again I was not  able to find out any names. So the New  Year ,was brought into Sechelt by many  'members of Senior CitizensAssnrBranch  No. 69. May the rest of the year.be,as  happy as its welcome.  And now down to business. The new  executive held their first meeting on  January 10. The first general meeting will  be at 1:30 p.m., January 19. At that time  we will be furthering plans for the year's  activities. Dave Hayward advises me that  _ hejias _several_interesting_trips-lined-up -  and will be giving us full details at the  meeting. He will also be outlining his plans  for ''Fourth Thursdays" up uhtjl.the time  that we can renew the very popular garden  tours.  By the time this is in print the first  session of carpet bowling will have taken  place on Monday afternoon and the first  ..,, Wednesday dance session ot the New-Year -  Swill? be in progress.-These attractions -will -  ~b^heTd^very~we"ek_until_the���summer-  break in our activities. Come to these  meetings to maintain the active life the  members of No. 69 enjoy.  Sechelt notes  Timeito volonteer  By Peggy Connor, 885-9347  Weather report  Weather January 1-6  January 1   January 2   January 3   January 4,.-   January 5.....  January 6   Lo Hi Snow. Prec  rr-3���3���-nil  ..-3 ^3      4.6  ..-3    0'   25.4  . .-2    3     nil  .0  6*tface  3 trace  nil  nil  15.5  2.3  nil  ,w���***  There is no need for anyone to sit home  and say there is nothing to do. Do you like.  to work with older people, helping to mafte.  their shut-in life more interesting? Then  join a hospital auxiliary and" help in extended care. Or if you like a,variety of ���  ages,  help  out  in  the J physiotherapy  department, wheeling patients up and  down' the halls to get their treatment.  They are always needing someone to  look.after the gift shop and take the cart  around to provide extras for alT the  patients.  Hairdressing is a great morale booster  at any time, but especially when laid up in  the hospital.*. Combs, curlers, hairdryers  etc. are all provided by the auxiliaries as  are the volunteers to do the hairT  There is ian unlimited variety of jobs-to  keep you busy and happy. Waijcly the  papers to see when the auxiliary in your,  area meets, or to see who is in charge 6f  the department you're interested in.  Failing that, I would be only too happy to  direct you. Call 885-9347. ���  The thrift shop ladies have a good time  as they sell their goods to provide the  money for the extra patient care ��� a fine  place especially for those who don't find  hospital work1 appealing.  SECHELT AUXILIARY TO ST. MARY'S  The Sechelt Auxiliary's first meeting of  1978 will be held as usual at St. Hilda's  Church Hall, the second Thursday of the  month, which is January 12, 2_p.m.  Everybody is welcome to come and join,  or drop in for a visit to see whether you  -would-like^to-be-a-member^-President  Billie Steele and' her fellow auxiliary  _ members-will-make-youvery-welcome.  P*I-BETWEEN~BRIDGE PARTY  Friday, Januaryl3~ar7:30~p7m7~at~St  Hilda's Church Hall there will be a great  get together of all the bridge players in the  Merry-go-round brilfg^Journainent  sponsored by the Sechelt AuxiUaiylo St.  Mary's Hospital. Always a fun filled  evening for pairs or^singles, organizedby  " Mafgafet~Hiimmr~  There will be no duplicate bridge this  - month. Watch for the date in February.  SCHOOL HELP  �� The kids are all in school or off in the  working world and you miss them? Go  back to the school room and you will be  surprised how happy the teachers are to  see you. They will gladly put you to work  helping, some child as they practise their  reading, or some similar task that will  spari^youi" lifejme^ .  ��� Contact the office of the school nearest-  you. If they don't need help, try Sechelt  Elementary. The teachers see the need for  more time to be spent with some students  but with the class load it is impossible. So  the need is there. " '  There are other volunteer groups that  no doubt could use help also. Just look  around and see what you would like to do  and pitch in and help. You will be glad you  did.  The Sechelt Sketch Club is presenting a  display of members' artwork at Whitaker  House this week, concluding Saturday,  January 14. Among the paintings are the-  products of a sketch -club-WorKsHop  recently instructed by Joan Foster. Joan  said she was very pleased with the difference- of the paintings. Workshop  honourable menions went t$ Ola Arnold,  Nancy Read, Jean Pylot and" Rita Sober.  Week's rainfall 17*:8'mm. Snowfall 30:0  cm. Total precipitation 47.8 mm. 1978 to  date 47.8 mm. *  January 1-6, 1977 rainfall 1.8 mm.  Snowfall 1.2 cm. Total precipitation 3.0  mm. ,.  r.  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  T  i  i  i  BRAND NEW  TOWELS  Only $4.00  Plus 75c for postage and handling.  Manufactured from " UNWOVEN  Cotton and Rayon fibres. Rushed-to  you directly from the factory. 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",   -, .  -   '-^r- "Butnowthere'S'anewapproaoh���"-  / a new program designed to provide  -..��� needed care in the most comfortable  surroundings possible ~and at a cost  The Long-Term Care Program-a new  way to care about people, If you feel it  ' could benefit you or someone you know,,  we urge you to get more Information,  -Slmply-oontaGt4he-Loncji'TGrrn-'Care.-~-~^-.-  Admlnlstrator at your local Health Unit,  where, together with trained, qualified  personnel, you can discuss the care*  tfcats needed -and how it can best    _  i^���-i  ra0.83c  famo  "We, .of  ��S0lts  Wigw,  "s Brand  >nly  DRESS  m  shirts  *_  pr.  *a��ce  ���>V'"'��-  ask**.**  ���Wool $Vinyl  Wnter Jacket!  ���le��sure Salts  * Velours  ��.<����  *  ?**����  ;"'Y***  Province of        ���  Ministry of  British Columbia   Health ,"  ��Peiij  eis  Fldi  *J"ff/9  Pm  (������ '.'��p>��*f^H^!Ws*^��fl*wt*W^������^  .h  ���>.��.*,*���* ������,,,,,.���,  wear  Sunnycreit Centre, Glbsoni  . fflAOT^cMROr'   ','���",," '���.%'.','.���y'" ��� ���"..".'.'CHAWMX  Jsl^'''...'.'^-'"?Wl''w''tl'J"-' li'WW.'.'.'^'"''^' 7'.".' ���" ;^4ULLl��JI'Ll'JiJl.lJll!|ll|.Iilll.lJ.1'..1. 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Looking on are members of the  society^From left to right, they are  Iris Sugdon, Margaret Brown,  Maureen Kirby (all of Homemaker  Services), Mary Jackson, Betty Wray  (Community Service Co-Ordinator),  Margrit Billingsley and Betty Crosby  (Minibus Dispatcher). A second  winner in the drawing, Kay Bowden,  jwasjmavaUable_foiLlne_photogEaph^  Happenings around the harbour  Hello from Mary-    *<w�� w  A. By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308 f M.mmSM  ���Brakes  ���Tune-Ups  All work guaranteed  for 4 months or 4000 miles  (DC  '/.  . r  v  Hello and best wishes come from Mary  Alexander to all her friends in Pender  Harboui-and-the Sunshine Coast. Mary  suffered a .massive stroke while on  vacation in Hawaii and is paralyzed on her  Don Tupper Fultqn is home irom St.  Mary's Hosp. andfepent Xmas withKeith,  Charlotte and'grandchildren.  The Annual Meeting of the Egmont  Community Club will be held1 on Jan. 18th.  ieflrside7She-has^4"hournursingi:aTe~and���ThBre���irte~an~^tetlDn^  Whaling film  scheduled tonight  , The Gibsons' Wildlife Club have  scheduled a showing of the Greenpeace  whaling film shown in. November at-  Elphinstone's Community Forum for 7:30  p.m. tonight (January 11) at the clubhouse  on Highway 101 across from Seaview  Gemetery.  The film will follow a brief meeting.  The public is invited. There is no charge.  Newly-elected wildlife club officers  are: President, George Ruggles; Vice-  President, Denny Carroll, Secretary, Ray  Delong, Treasurer, George Elander;  Membership, Andy Anderson;7 Con--,  servation, John Hind-Smith^'^jooting-  Coordinator ahd Junior Program, Kris  "BlazicevicyBuilding^and Gr6unds^"fcewis~  Rowland; Entertainment, George Cooper;*  Derby Coordinator, Bud Beeman, and-  Newsletter, Fred Gazely.  hopefully she will be up in two weeks. At  the present time she is taking therapy. Art  Alexander said he will be flying to Hawaii  ���to-seehisTnotheragainshortlyandisalsi  1 worried about his dad as he is taking the  ..tension of this very-hard. Mary's address  is: Makani a Kai, RR No. 1, Box 389, A-ll,  Maalaea Village, Mau\Hawaii, 96739.  SNOW RUINS BO AT, SHEDS  -Heavy weight of the snow caused boat  shed roofs to collapse. McQuittys, Madeira  Marina,' and Fred Crosbys were the  hardest hit and Venderweils were lucky as  theirs held up except for a beam cracking.  TID-BITS  Bill Edwards of Earls Cove was  travelling home, from a trip to Victoria and  said he was very pleased with travel  conditions and then just a few miles south  of Madeira Park a local fellow skidded in-  *ffon^rf-BiB?s4ruck..-NO'��he^wa^^tr^ut  Bill^ban'tr'iSpen the door on the'driver's  "sideTHe's angry abouttfiewMeTHing and"  the fellow that did it is very upset as he  couldn't help it as it was a bad turn and the  road was slushy.  they would like to see a good turn out of  local residents. - - -.  R_QYALJCANADIAN_LEGI0N3BR.J12_yy  The Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112  Officers and Executive for 1978 are as  follows: Pres. D. Pritchard;' 1st Vice-  Pres., J. Breen; 2nd Vice Pres. R. Keen;  Past Pres, A. Thompson; Treas. G.  LiddTe; Sec. V. McAllister. Executive L.  Page, D. Stiglitz, E. McAllister, R.  Mansfield, B. Evans. Sergeant-at-Arms N.  Curran.  The kitchen at the Legionls open daily,  with   full   course   meals   Friday   and,,  Saturday evenings. Burns night will be  coming up but more about that later.  VISITORS TO THE HARBOUR  Ruth Silvey of Egmont was home for  the weekend and is still working for A & W  in Vancouver. Joe and Ingrid Zaharko and  Joe and--a^rvida Mickleber-ry from.  Squamish were visting friends, and  l^a^tives"heTen)vTr~th'e~holidays:  Industrial first aid  course is offered  UTILIZING THE FINEST  AVAILABLE  COMPLETE ENGINE  REBUILDING  SERVICE  ��� Valve Grinding  ��� Cylinder Boring  ��� Planing  ��� Magnafluxing  ��� Etc.  Sechelt Auto Clinic  Tom Richards  Steve Read  Herman VandeBerg  Manager  Mechanic  Mechanic  OPEN 8:00-4:30, MON.-FRI.  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Next to Canadian Propane  885-5311  On January..JS^updaj^jt 9:30 a.m.  , The Sechelt Garden Club Concluded a  busy and successful year with a social  evening held early in December. A  committee headed by Sue Chenier and  Helen Pierce arranged a pot luck supper  followed by a social evening. The club is  indebted to George Page of Gibsons who  provided the music for dancing and carol  singing.  During the vear the club held 11  meetings and three flower shows. Judges  for the shows were Rose Bancroft and Bill  Brandmer, both of Burnaby, Ann Martin  of Sechelt, and Edyth Gibson of Selma  Park. Members at the November meeting  were treated to a demonstration and  lesson by Mrs. Gibsons in making at-'  tractive floral table arrangements for the'  Christmas season. ..  Mr. Brandnor spoke to the club in  March on the need and methods of pruning  trees, bushes ond vines. In June Guy  Symonds of Gibsons' gave a tlrnoly and  helpful talk on vegetable growing.   >���'.",���  ', Mr. and Mrs. A. Ellis of Halfmoon Bay  were hosts at an afternoon tea nfld a  garden tour to see their success with many  dahlias and other flowers.  At the request of the Sechelt Marsh  Society some club members formed a  committee to help devise a landscape plan  for the society's grounds. \A  . The Garden Club meets the first  Wednesday of every month in St. Hilda's  Church Hall at 7:30 p.m. New members  are welcome. > ,  YIoahTJlaTl^blrffdlOlalfmoon Bay will be  starting a new Industrial First Aid course  in the Library of Madira Park Elementary School.  The fee for this 50 hour course is $100  which is due on the.first day of instruction.  Successful candidates will receive a  certificate from Workers Compensation  Board.  For registration, please call 885-3512,  Continuing Education.  ,   For Quick Results Use AdBriefs  I BELIEVE IT!  I BELIEVE IT!  The JEAN SHOP  SALE  Is Still On  Gibsons Village  ......i.e.,,.  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The interview had been intended for an  article for the British magazine "The New  Statesman", but the editor decided the  subject matter was not of immediate interest to its readers! '  These tapes,form,the basis of a. candid,  profile of the Quebec Premier which can  be heard Saturday on Between Ourselves -  at 7:05 p.m. In contrast to the impassioned  appeal of Levesque that without, an independent Quebec, French culture will  disappear from North America, Claude  Ryan, editor, of Le Devoir lays down a  quite solid argument for Quebec's future  in a renewed Canadian federation, and  Peter Desbarats," journalist and author of  a biography of Levesque, contributes an  assessment of his individuality in Quebec  politics.    ��  Ideas, Saturday at 9:05 p.m., concludes  the series on parapsychology with Michael  Murphy, founder of the Esalen Institute.  The Hornby Collection, Saturday 11:05  p.m. presents "The Box", a play.by  Sheldon Rosen and poetry by Eale Birney,  read by the author.'  Signature,, Sunday 4:05 p.m. Part 1 of a  drama documentary about Mozart, "The  Man from Salzburg" by David Humphrey.  Followed by a program from the  American National Public Radio about the  Steinway family of piano fame.  Concern, Sunday 9:05 p.m., discusses  the philosophy of Anarchy, the broken  road to Utopia.  CBC-A1U ��� 690*-  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11  ��� BBC Comedy ��� 8:04 p.m. Lines from  my Grandfather's forehead.  THURSDAY, JalNUARY 12  Playhouse ��� 8:04 p.m. Zwicker by  Silver Donald Cameron. Part n. The  Fiend in the Fortress.  Mostly . Music- ���  10:20  p.m.   Atlantic  Symphony .Orchestra. Yo-Yo Ma, cello  FRIDAY, JANUARY 13  School Broadcasts ���-2:04 p.m. Police  and the Teenager   ,    \  Country Road .*��� 8:3d p.m. Nashville  artist, Earl Scruggs..7  SATURDAY, JANUARY 14 7  . Update ��� 8:30 a.m. Roundup of B.C.  happenings. ���     '  The House ��� 9:10 a.m. The week in  Parliament.  Quirks and Quarks asr 12:05 p.m.  Science Magazine, DavidjSuzuki.  Metropolitan   Opera   ���   2:00   p.m..,  Verdi's II Travatori:  Between Ourselves ��� 7:05 p.m. Profile  of Rene Levesque.  ~'< Ideas ��� 9:05 p:m. Odyssey, conclusion  of seies on Parapsychology.  Anthology ��� 10:05 p.m. books by  Kildare Dobbs. "A Tangle of Voices/' story  by Francis Itani. Reading from "The  Rosedale Hoax" by Rachel Wyatt.,.  The Hornby Collection ��� 11:05* p.m.  Part 1 "The Box" a play by Sheldorf  Rosen. Part II. Poems by Earle Birney.  SUNDAY, JANUARY 15  Neighbourly News ��� 8:10 a.m. editor,  Edgar Dunning, new time.  B.C. Gardener ��� 8:20 a.m. new time.  The Food Show ��� 8:30 a.m. magazine  for farmers and consumers.  CBC Stages 1:05 p.mrDarlin' DoHy by  ' Tom Gallant.  ; Signature ��� 4:05 p.m. Pa,rt 1. The Man  from Salzburg,  by  David \ Humphrey,  drama-documentary about the life  of  , Mozart.  Part  n.  House  of  Steinway  prepared by U.S. National Public Radio.  , Symphony Hall ��� 7:05 p.m. Toronto  Symphony Orchestra, Hammo Fujiwara,  violin.   Britten,   Weihiawski,   Mercure  Hindemith/ '  Concern���9:05p.m. Anarchy -who's in  charge here?  MONDAY, JANUARY 16 '  Gold Rush ��� 8:30 p.m. Joe Hall.  Colleen Peterson.  Mostly Music ��� 10:20 p.m. CBC  Vancouver Orchestra; Arthur Garami,  violin. Schumann, Schubert.  Nightcap ������ 11:20 p.m. Reality in  cinema, Albert Maezels. Serial Reading  part 1 of Sister Carrie by Theodore  Dreiser. r  TUESDAY, JANUARY 17  Touch the Earth ��� 8.'30 p.m. Cowboy  wedding from Alberta. Priscilla Herdman  . - studio. session/  ���  ; Mostly Music ��� 10:20 p.m. National  Arts Centre Orchestra, Gisela Depkat,  cello. Wagner, Hadyn, Mozart, Mendelssohn.  Nightcap ���11:20 p.n�� Native Indian  Arts Part 1 - Norral Morriseau.  CBC-FM.Radio -105.7 '  Ideas ��� 8:04 p.m. Wednesday - The  Future of the Jews. Thursday - Global  Corporations Friday ���* Lecture series;  -Monday - Aging;,Tuesday - Climate-   '  Thursday ��� Signature - 9:04 pTmT Part"  1. The Man from Salzburg - by David  Humphreys.' Part U House of Steinway  from National- Public Broadcasting.  Friday���Radio International 9:04 p.m.  Venus Observed by Christopher Fry.  , Saturday ���Audience-9:05 p.m. Part'l  - Homage toJNeruda - a public performance dedicated to the memory of the  Chilean poet with Dame Peggy Ashcroft.  Part II. Baroque Strings of Vancouver -  Roger Cole, oboe - Marcello, Vivaldi. Part  HI. Theatre in New York, report from Ben  Metcalfe.  Monday ��� Festival Theatre 9:04 p.m.  The Green Crow - the life and works of  Sean O'casey. Pa,rt II - Henrik Ibsen on the  Necessity on Producing Norwegian  Drama.  The USC has pledged $25,000 to equip a  new sick children's home in Limassol,  Cyprus. This new home replaces the  original building destroyed by -bombing  raids. USC headquarters is located at 56  Sparks Street, Ottawa.  PENINSULA^5&��ea.  CALENDARS  on sale now!  $2.00  stop in at our office in Sechelt and pick one up.  v  ^  VOLVO  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL UP.  AUTHORIZED SALES - PARTS - SERVICE  HD Marine & Diesels. 100-350 HP  Aux. & Sailboat Diesels 7.5-35 HP  Aquamatic l/Os, 125-250 HP  Complete Marine Servicing Including Marine Ways  GARDEN BAY/PENDER HARBOUR  CALL 883-2616  Nine out of ten  British Columbia  vehicle owners will  not pay any more  for auto insurance  in 1978 than they  did in 1977. And  ���avless  A completed application form  must be submittedbefore April  1,1978.  New Features of  I* Claims Review  Procedure     *  Motorists who disagree with  the settlement proposed at a  i3cdm~���eTfiWra^  exp  Driving Discounts.  \  The overall average premium rate increase is 6%, but the  full impact of this increasewill  be felt only by the vehicle  owners who fail to qualify for'  the SafeDriving Discounts.  The premium^increase is  primarily tb take into account  the substantial and rapid growth  in payments for bodily injury  claims;  Safe Driving  Discounts.  sntre  Manager for a full review. TTie.  Claims Review Committee is  made up of the Senior Qaims  ~Mciriager-and senior officials fronr  other departments. This ensures ,  that reviews will be made by  senior officers who can consider  the issues from a range of ~  viewpoints.  2�� Valued Policy  THsnew^Uc^isspecific-  aUy designed for vehicles which  Jiave been substantially altered..  from the manufacturers' original  specifications.rT^his policy provides insureds with a guarantee  investigationcosts. You may be  responsible for the rest if you    ���  only have this basic coverage.  ��� \ "No-fault"'accident benefits.  D/ This covers medical costs,  expenses of rehabilitation, disability payments, death benefits  andnineral expenses resulting  from an automobile accident,  j:egardless<>f^lto^  Check what additional coverage you may Seed���if you f eel_  your potential needs, you can  buy a wide range of optional A  coverages:  Increased Third Party Legal  with the Rate Class number on  your renewal form. The Rate  Class number shown in the box  on your renewal form must"  be correct.  Take your renewal form to  ~4r��any Autoplan agent or lytotor.  Vehicle Branch pfficeJQieJLwill-  "help you cornpeleitTand make  any changes you requireland.  iepjie^:��s4tr^^  an insurance certificate.  SIf you have riot received a  ��� renewal form by mail, take  _yoy��present yeMd$MceriGQL  that in the event of a total loss,  The discount program bene*,   theirvehicles are insured for  (.' 'A'  7^ ,e,,'        ���''   ���,' **���''!,,.  '��� Wr.   <___ ;> * \    f  .p.  '    \.  PL. ' ,  V  <��.,  i'  ��� ,���,    ��� *���-'  ,:   ������''I-  7/7  ^���'������-���������������Vl, ��������(,��!����� v*'V'->'"       **    * ' *   *    ***"  .,,���.,, .;:..^.....,.....^.t,;.......^,.  ��� A '-���:��� �����'"- .' A- --���!���---  fits the better drivers;  25% is deducted from your  premium if you have a two year  claim free record between October l, 1975 and September 30,  1977.      '"���  15% is deducted from your  premium if you have a one year  claim free record from October  l; 1976 to September 3Q 1977.  90% of ail vehicle ovmers  will not pay more for their  insurance in 1978, EXscounts _  "onlhis y��ar'g pJg^iBiiiSajfe"^"  I earned by many motorists whose  1 records are free of claims for  which any payment has been  made for collision, property'  damage or bodily injury. (No*  fault accident benefit daims do  not alfect Safe Driving Dls-r  counts,) y ������ , -\  * to addition to the Sate '  Driving Discounts, there's good ,  news for the Under gBpingle  Males. Vehide owners or prin- ' '  dpjd operators in the category  who are. claim free andjfrye not -  acxaimulatedmore than five  (Point Penalties" between  January 1,, 1977 and September  7 ,..,._.  values determined through appraisals made when the coverage  wastakenout.  i. Optional Third Party  Legal Liability Coverage  This coverage is now available, without a separate endorsement, from $100,000 ft> $10  million.  4. Young Drivers in the  ''Under 25" Rate Qass  Elvers in this class have  been clivided into smaller age  groups. This will allow the Corporation to develop daims statistics which could result in future  rate variations.  All vehicles must  carry the basic  Autoplan Insurance  Coverage.Thls  pprotectlon |)rovi(les:  ^v Third Party Legal Liability  Specified Perils  '. Comprehensive  Collision  Additional Equipment  Loss of Vehicle Ose  How to renew:  By now you will have received, your application form-  just foUow these simple steps:  ICheckBiepre-printed .  ��� information on your form,  Check the name, address,  vehicle description, etc.  m  Check your Safe Chiving  mm* Discount���If you think you  are entitled to the discount, and  it is riot printed oh your renewal  form, please see any Antoplarr  agent or Motor Vehide  ' Branch officef  S Check your rate class���  ��� Compare the present use of  your vehicle, and the drivers)  Owner's Certificate and Driver's  licence to any Autoplan agent or  Motor, Vehide Branch office;  .   The Corporation has once  again ma.de available a Premium  Installment Finance Plan. This  plan will require a 30% down  payment of the total costs of the  licence plateiees and insurance  premium. The down payment  must be more than the licence -  plate fee. The balance of three  installments are payable at two  month intervals and will be  charged against your bank account automatically. This service  is available up to the end of  March 1978, although an extension teethe end of April, 1978  I made to accommodate  "vehicle owners under age 25.  The interest rate on the outstanding lpalancQjs 1.08% per  month, or 13% per annum.  Deadline for renewal is midnight, TUesday, February 28,1978.  provinces. Here are some examples lor your specific region.  DRIVER: Over 30 years old with COVERAGE: Public liability  an occasional Under 2b and Property  Single Male operator. No pamage $200,000."  accidents in B.C. in the Collision $100  last 2 years. 3 years deductible,  elsewhere. Vehide ,"                  Comprehensdve  .  -used for pleasure only, '    $50 deductible.  AUTOMOBILES  1969Austin  i!  Cambridge  197BVdkawagen  Bootl6  PortAlbomi  B.C._^ __  $228  $203  Bod Door  Alta.  *410   _  W77  Brantford  Ont  $409  $458  Shorbrooko  PO.   ^52   $627  Qiarlottotown  P.EI.  $367  $427  1977TbyoMCollca  $364"' "- ":   f^IX*  $524  ^731       '   ^,.:yy::: ���...���:������  -���*^sK-*',il  Insurance. Tbispaysfor all  30,1977 will bo entitled to a 25%    claims against you if you are  *        �������� , to property up to a total limit of    ���  1     . . i $75,000 plus legal and claim  Comporativa rates aro Irom the J977 Insurora AdvUwr^ Organization oi CabAd* manual.  WZ 4NSU.RANGE--*���-mWfc^ Driver SetsAo:,Bates,������  ifcj OFBWT1SHCX3UJMBIA  ���"���' ' >r-X^'X'-%X-:^>  ..,*���. *��a,p,Htf.,.-�������   .*"*���� ^<*p.-��-..|."1  MP.*.-.   .,.  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P, :  /  The continuing saga  of Hugh Baird and  his business licence  Leave it to Hugh Baird, Sechelt's  resident gadfly, to pick a plum from the  small type that nobody eise bothers to  read.  , Baird noted in a December 28 letter to  Sechelt Council that "on jpage 5 of Village  of Sechelt By-Law 154, schedule 'C, that  ���Sechelt has a Notary Republic.  "Is it a fact that this is a typographical  error, or. are all Sechelt's by-laws based on  this inaccuracy?" Baird asked.  The primary reason for Baird's letter  was to enclose a cheque for $30 in partial  payment for his lapsed business licence to  " operate Specialty Machine Works.  Baird, who has been insisting on an  explanation for the licence system, said  the remaining $10 would be forthcoming on  receipt of that explanation.  He received a reply from the village  office stating that an up-to-date licence  would be forthcoming on receipt of his $10.  LV    * ROOFING SUPPLY CENTRE  _ *J  886-2489  Does Your Group or Club Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  _ Those delicious -Chocolate Bars are  back on-our counter, five choices this time,  try one. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.   ,  SUPER-VALU MANAGER Blain   12,000 entries for the drawing.  COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN  SUNSHINE COAST  )  All Commercial Fishermen are urged to attend a meeting with MP  Jack Pearsall & Dick Crouter, Fisheries Dept.  Some issues to be discussed:  ��  Licencing Plan  Facilities for Commercial fishermen on Coast  Com'bines attack on U.F.A.W.U. '   Oil Ports  Salmon Enhancement Program  Bilateral Fisheries Negotiations with U.S.A.  THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 7:30 PM, ROBERTS CK. COMM. HALL  Meeting sponsored by Gibsons Local #21 U.F.A.W.U.  Hagedorn congratulates Anne and  Sandy Jack, winners of the store's  Christmas Eve drawing for a three-  day trip to San Francisco. Hagefaorn  estimated  that there  were  about  TheP  Jacks, who live on Mountain Road in  Gibsons, said they'll take' their  holiday beginning February 17. And  sorry, kids, the plans for this one are  that it's just for Mum and Dad.  }  Pickup driver assaulting  Davis Bay hitchhikers  he rENiNSULAA Itmeb  Section B  Wednesday, January 11, 1978  Pages 1-6  ,.~.',[  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet  To all square dancers and the friends of  all square dancers, a Happy, Propsepms  and Healthy New Year to all and may all  square dance clubs continue to grow for  the betterment of.the human race and the  friendships created there���so to all of you  from all of us, a happy 1978 year of square  dancing. ���-  On December 31 at the United Church  Hall in Gibsons, square dancers came  quietly through the door. The ladies placed  their food goodies in the kitchen and the  men put the coats in the. cloak room. Then  up to their elbows in the dish pan to clear  up the dishes while others cleaned the hall.  How did the door prizes come about?  Well, Pres. Merril came up with the novel  idea of putting four pieces of tape on the  bottom of four plates" and while the plates  were still piled high with goodies the  dancers were asked to check the bottom of  their plates and" well, yes, anyway the  ladies' door prizes went to Gladys Parish  and Margaret Hemstreet and the men's  door prizes went to Jack Marshall and  Norm Berdahl and a big hand went to all  A female hitchhiker was picked up on  December 30 in Selma Park by a male  driving a pickup truck, indeeently  assaulted by the driver andthen released  at Davis Bay.  Police say two such instances have  occurred irrtlreiast month, both involving-  a man driving a pickup truck.  Anyone with any information about the-  incident is urged to contact the Sechelt  RCMP.  Also in the Sechelt area, a car was  - stolen  outside���the -Sechelt _ Legion _ on.  1 December 31.  A police chase ensued and the driver  -Ywas_apprehended: During the course of the  chase the police vehicle received $500  worth of damage. '  Clyde Lawrence Jeffries of Sechelt was  charged in the incident with theft of* an  auto and dangerous and impaired driving.-  Jeffries has been released to appear in  court.      "  Gibsons RCMP received a report of a  pickup stolen January 3 from a site on  "Henry-Road. The truck, owned by Robert  Blake, was recovered a day later near  Langdale. Investigation of the incident is  continuing.  Also on January 3, a residence at 1719  Martin in Gibsons was broken into and  -ransacked_about J2:30_p.m.*.Police have"!  several Suspects in the case but no charges  have been laid.  x s Terry Maxfield reported to police that  vandals smashed a window of his Maxey's  Shoe Store'in Gibsons sometime after  midnight January 7.  -without-a^-word-XwellTJnaybp~��*��� words)   thosp that riirin^UpiU-thenuiinnei  they quietly formed their squares. Then  over the PA system a quiet voice came  with a roar, "allemande left and circle the  ring, a happy coming New Year to all  while I sing," and from that moment on  with MG caller Harry Robertson in  command the evening soon came to an end  with 1977 out and 1978 in.  Right off the bat our president Merril  Bowes wasn't to be out done, so with  ~microphorie~in~hWd~1ie���had7all~6f~ihe  square dancers form a large ring to show  them a new short round dance. Then he  had Harry and me stand in the center of  the ring. "Now,!' he said, "all of you nice  dancers sing with me," ring around" the  callers!" I looked at Harry and we both  said,''Bah, humbug!"  Our President Merril even helped me  Call a tip. Well, 1 needed that or at least he  said I did. Anyway about that time Jack  Inglis came in to help us bring in the new  year, even though he had just spent quite a  spell and had a couple of operations in the  hospital. Its been a long time since he has  missed a New Year's square dance and we  were all glad to see him. Other guests on  the sideline were Alf Zueff, son Jimmy and  inlaws Mr, and Mrs. Joe Mitchell and my  good wife Peg and daughter Margie.  ,.., Someone came down the floor towing a  toy cow and stopped in, front of me so I  proceeded to milk the dern thing amidst  cameras flashing. Anyway, it's been along  tlmo since I was on the farm. Well, what  tho heck, you can't remember everything!  As' is the old custom, with hats arid  noise makers nnd everyone in a largo  circle, with hands crossed, at midnight we  sand AULD LANG SYNE. Then what a  noise as balloons popped, horns blow and a  HAPPY NEW YEAR for 1978 was wished'  to all, Thep come, the best part, no lt  wasnH tho traditional New Year  was !H<Tft  served by our squaro dance ladles. It was  '��� just fantastic and at this tlmo wo would all  like to thank our convenors and' all tho  * ladies that helped to put on such a' great  feast, Also a thank you goes' to Jnck ,  Marshall and Alf Zueff who daringly dovo   .  Well to make a long story short, New  Year's Eve square dance party' with The  Sunshine Coast Country Stars was a  terrific success and on January 6th, with  mike in hand I had the pleasure of starting  off the new year with almost three sets on  the floor. Next week caller Harry  Robertson vyiU be on. Tlite bridge of happiness towards fun is square dancing.  .���/OH! YAH! I almost forgot"(and that  would never do)-Louise Mason-had a birth*  day, she has now joined the 39er's club for  the bleep, bleep, zing; screech, ding, ding  time and may she have many more years  of square dancing.  Well, to the Peninsula Times staff and  all the people who take timeout to readmy  column and make our efforts worthwhile.  A HAPPY NEW YEAR and a good health  to all and by the* way, why not join square  dancing ��� you might like It,  The Canadian Bankers' Association  says 67 per cent of personal savings accounts at the chartered banks contain less  than $1,000 and 37 per cent loss than $100.  NEW SHIPMENT  of both Paper and Hardback  BOOKS  many new titles to choose from  / come in and browse  -January       -  COLOUR  Luxurious Ambassador Towels       * v���~^>  bath reg. $11.OO SALE $6.99__/*^AaJj  hand  reg. $7.00 ......... SALE $4.99   ^^^C^^S  face reg. $3.50 SALE $2.49 C^^^fes**.  finest Quality Bath Mats  ^ing^d~Qva1_Mar~-~--���=rz^^  reg $16.00 SALE $10.99  Rectangular Mat  ...r. wssap^       r��9�� $14.00    SALE $9.99  ��fflwBr   '        '    K'nfl s,*�� L,<* Cowers ���-  reg. $10.00  ...............  SALE $6.99  WM  Books & Stationery  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-8013  t  marked  Showor Curtains  !0%Og  all  Wicker Hampers  Plus ���FREE gift soap with oach purchase  NEXT TO CAMPBELL'S SHOES  IN THE HEART OF SECHELT  885-2912  r  I  I  -v; if'  ,.��� t���,T,.���.  ,,i,',yA r  ���P i..A..P  .���*��f.  to SuperValu ad  of Jan. 4,1978  Tho ad should -   have redd  TiOeZCi D66T   <  ��������������  inriiiuartitrs \ -  t,.-  ���������/.  * '���':  ,../  ��� r -*��� i  ���y;  I-  ..   i.  -��&>���  JUy~  Read the Want Ads for Best Buys  PHONE 885-3231  *-*?  Announcements  Emergency Charges. This is  to remind the public that ���'  As of October 1, 1977, St/  Mary's Hospital' has been  charging more for the use of  their, Emergency Department  to those' people who are not  true emergencies. It is felt  that this department has been  abused in the past and in order  to provide the best service  possible to the public, we wish  , to make it clear that we are an  . emergency A facility. The  charge of $2.00 will remain for  the following categories as  defined by B.C. Hospital  Programs and includes the  definition of an emergency  admission. 1. Any accident  occurring within 24 hours; 2.  Any acute illness occuring  within 24 hours; 3. Appointments made for you by  your doctor for particular  examinations, ��� which- ordinarily cannot be handled by  clinic'racilities such as minor  . surgerv, dressings for* acute  - illnes^or 'cast'Changes  following* surgery or .accidents. A basic charge of  $10.00 plus $5.00 for any  specific services will be-made  for the following: 1. Non  residents of British Columbia;  2. Illness or accident left  untreated ,for previous 24  hours; 3. Those who drop in to,  see a Doctor. Enquiries,  regarding the above, may be  directed to the -Nursing~Staff  or Administration of the  Hospital, if necessary. Please  note that the above charges in  Work Wanted  WHAT DO YOU, EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed ser-  . vice?  ���Fair estimates?   ' -  Then give us a call:  PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  885-2109      -.  ���'      v ^58-tfn  WILL COOK-rioon^meal for  elderly person and tidy up.  Sechelt and Halfmoon Bay  area. Ph. 885-2898.  '      3731-7  Help Wanted ,,  "TEACHER AIDE  FORFRENCH  INSTRUCTION.  School   District. No.    46.  (Sechelt) has an opening for  a Teacher Aide ([preferably  bilingual) to assist French  Teachers at Pender Harbour',  arid Chatelech Jr. Secondary  Schools.  This|  is  a  time-  durated position for the period  -February'1, 1978 to April 28,  1978, 5 hours, per day. Hourly  rate still to be established but  anticipated    to��   be    approximately $5.20 per hour.  Applicants should apply iiK-  writing to4he undersigned \af  January 27,1978,  X R. Mills  i   Secretary-Treasurer  3747-7  Page B��2    The Peninsula Times        Wed Jan, 11, 1978  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by  The PeninsulaTipnes  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  ���     at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  J  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)   60c  Display Ad-Briefs  ,, $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers .. .��o ... $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 70c  per count line.  Deaths, Card of * Thanks, |n  Memoriam, ���Marriage and  Engagement. Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per lirte.  after that. Four words per line!"  ��� Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p Jij,  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Ratos:  By Mall:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .... $8.00 yr.  U.S.A $10.00 yr.  Overseas $ 11,00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area .    -.... $6.00  Single Copies :. 15c ea.  Olli Sladey  REALTY  LTD.  *  *  BOX 100 MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  PHONE: PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233 TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER: 689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  i  WATERFRONT HOMES  Real Estate  Real Estate  FOR SALE by- owner.  Grandview & Mahon _ Rd _  area. 3 view lots, fully serviced. Plus! One small house,  . fireplace, terrific view, large  lot. Ph. 886-9984. 3393-tfn  FOR HANDYMAN or builder.  Granthams 2  storey  and  bsmt. prime view house.  $23,000. Terms. Ph. 886-7891.  3701-7  BY OWNER. 3 bdrm home,  large corner lot, Roberts  Creek.  Remodelled kitchen,  FP, w-w carpet. Ph. 885-3604.  Business Opportunity  VINYLDECK Installations  Ltd.. _ with, y branches  throughout the Lower  Mainland,, has a dealership  opening in this area. We train  and guide you. Earn up to $40  per hr. Sniall .investment  ���required. Ph. 465-5789 or 539-  4986. 3752-7  For Rent  BACHELOR and 1 bdrm aptst  . Furn & unfurn in Gibsons.  W-WrCarpetrparking. Ph. 886-  7490|5r 886-2597. 3248-tf  BARGAIN HARBOUR��� Beautiful 3 bdrm home, 1343�� sqft, imported stone fireplace, plus w/w, utility room, basement with 4th  bdrm. On an excellent .82+ acre treed lot with 130�� ft low bank  sheltered waterfront. Float. $149,000.  EGMONT ��� 280�� ft good waterfront on Egmont Voint.*" 1.15+  acres, s"6uThe"iiy exposure, beach float, 950+ sq ft partly furnished  one bdrm cottage, tool shed. Water access only $59,000.  MADEIRA PARK��� furnished duplex ori 52 ft waterfront. Upper floor  has one b'drm furnished suite with large sundeck. Lower floor has  furnished bachelor suite with Franklin~~fireplace. Access from  Johnstone Road. $60,000. ,  GERRANS BAY ��� Over 3,000 sq. ftrof living area in this architect  designed 3 BR home, situated on a large landscaped lot with 130+  ft. deep, sheltered waterfrbnt. .$95,000.  comparison to other hospitalism..  in the Lower Mainland Area _5058 M2 (iy4 acres) just off  are still favourable. N. Hwy 101 on CurraJn Rd>  Vucurevich, Administrator. ^LovelyvleveL4reed,-approved_  3700-7  In Memoriam  IN. LOVING   MEMORY  Flora Scoular, passed away  January 7,-1977. Ever  remembered and sadly  missed ��� Bill Scoular and  family. 3748-7  Obituary   -  and serviced lot. Only $18,000.  ~~   Details from John or Lynn  Wilson, 885-9365.  H.B. GORDON  ef-^       AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  885-2013 -  3754-7  IN  SELMA  PARK:  fortable 4 yr. old 3  home. Stone Fplace. modern  3707-7-7 LARGE housekeeping rooms    daily, weekly or monthly.  com- Ph. 885-3295 or 886-2542.  bdrm -���.              3090-tfn  kitchen. Ph. 885-9328.     3745-9     For Quick Results  Use Times Adbriefs I  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek '  Community  Hall.  Contact .  Bonnie WigarcLat-385-9403.  3691-ffn _  MADEIRA PARK ��� attractive 2 bdrm bungalow with ocean view,  stone heatilator fireplace and double garage. Good garden area,  concrete driveway. Ideal starter or retirement home.$44,500.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 2bdrm home, 1100+sq ft, situated on 9.5+. fairly  level treed acres ��� approx one acre cleared around house. 850+ ft  frontage on Hwy 101. $55,000.    BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� Treed waterfront lot withxozy one bdrm  furnished cabin. Common sewer system available. '$597?007  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 330+ ft waterfront jusf outside Harbour  entrance. 2 b,dxm home, partial basement, with sweeping view of  Harbour entrance, Islands and Gulf. Good garden area. $128,000.  LOT 19, RONDEVIEW ROAD ��� large 3 bdrrrj-ranch-styleliome,  1711+ sq ft,-plus carport, built 1976. W/W, fireplace, ensuite,  family room, immediate possession. $65,000.,  EGMONT ��� Small A-frame cabin on .66 acres lease property with  103-�� ft waterfront. Approx 15 years remaining on lease. Hydro-  and water. Access by boat ortloat plane. $14,900.  GUNBOAT BAY ��� 5+ acres, 152+ ft water-front, access from Hwy  101 near Madeira Park. 3 bdrm home, 3 cottac/es^oat. $115,000,  KLEINDALE ��� 2.2 ACRES WITH SIDE BY SIDE DUPLEX ��� Choice land  with one 2 bdrm unit and one 3 bdrm unit, located on Garden Bay  Road close to secondary school. $85,000'.  GERRANS BAY ��� nice 2 bdrm home with fire-place, w/w carpets,  brick fireplace, full basement with rumpus room. Carport. On large  lot with 1 33+ ft sheltered waterfront with ram*SH3nd'float.$89,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 2 bdrm home with view over Lee Bay. W/W  carpets, sundeck, .range 8 fridge included. Close-to Marina and  Govt.  Wharf.  Trade, considered  on   house  in   Vancouver   area.  $31,900.  | LAKE  [FRONT PROPERTIES  MONTGOMERY:     passed  away suddenly January 6,  1978.' Thomas --Wayne  Montgomery, late df Gibsons, age  . ,30 yrs. Survived by his wife  Brenda, two daughters Toni  Rosalee and Jean, his parents  Walter and -Muriel Mon-  " tgomery, two sisters Veronica  and Linda. Funeral services  were held Monday, January 9  ' at Devlin Funeral Home, Rev.  D. Brown officiated!���In*--  terment   '   aT      Seaview  NEW 1200 sq ft home with full  bsmt, iricludes shake roofj  carpets, finished FPs up and  down, custom kitchen  cabinets. Located on Chaster  Rd on 100 x 100' beautifully  treed lot near the newly  proposed Pratt Rd "school.  Priced for excel value in mid  "50s by contractor. Ph.  886-  7511. 2462-tfn   \ |   '" - For Qufck Results     Y  Use Times Adbriefs!  MADEIRA PARK ��� Architect designed 4 BR vrewhowfeon Gulfview  Road. An interesting home with range, fridge, washer & dryer, dishwasher and Acorn fireplace-included in purchase price. Close to  -school, shopping and'moorage facilities. $77,000.  - \  -  CARTERS LANDING ��� Sakinaw Lake��� 24.8+ acres with 1,350+ ft  lakefront, creek, road access, house, large'parking and. boat  launching area. ''$lJEf5,OQ.O.  Y  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  Cemetery.  3744-7  FOUBISTER:  Allen  Raym ond |   Foubister, late of    ���  Whonnock,   passed   away    B  January 1,1978 at the age of 35    I  .ySSrs.^Sunmr-ed^by his parents    |  "David anlTSlila FouBister��� of""  Sechelt, his' brother Ronald    I  -Foubister-  California.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3  --of���Pasadena-  Funeral services  were held Satdfday, January  7 in Sechelt. Pastor Fred  Napora and Rev. Donald  Foubister officiated. Interment followed at Seaview  Cemetery. Devlin Funeral  Home directors.   \      3742-7  Personal  ALCQHOLICS   Anonymous  meeting^, 8:30 pm every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community HallJ Ph. 883-9698.  3440-tfn  ~DISCERNING\ADULTS:  Shop discreetly by mail.  Send .$1.00 for our latest fully  illustrated catalogue of  marital aids for both ladies  and gentlemen. Direct Action  Marketing Inc. Dept. U.K.,���������  P.O, Box 3268, Vancouver,  B.C. V6B 3X9.        '    3599-tfn  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Historic Site Restoration  Raffle. Fabulous .i prizes  monthly: antiques,, gold,  vacations. Send 25c and largo  stamped envelope for details.  Wedgowood Manor, Box 28,  Gray Creek, B.C. VOB ISO.  761-tfn  PHOTOGRAPHS published In  The Ponlnsula Times can bo  ordered for your  Tho Times office.  own use at  1473-tfn  COME IN TO J&C Electronics  for your free Radio Shack  catalogue. 1327-tfn  Work Wanted  EVERGREEN  LANDSCAPING  ; Frull Tree  Pruning  Bark Mulch  SlU'iibBcds  freo eatlnnUoH  HB5-50:i:i , .,  'ityXXit. 1.7'''"*V  .p.; \....-f,/,.V,  Jf��  'i K"^  a****"*  , sifllSHfn  ���" ������������  FOR SALE  2-3 bodroom homo In  oxcollont condition on  largo lot In Socholt  Village, 'Basomont,  clo��o to all omonltl��*,  ByOwnaf  $34,000  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ���  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  T  1  for $2.15   Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  ���t  i  i  i  i  ���*LJ  I  LOT 47, R.ONDEVIEW ROAD ��� new 3 bdrm split level home, ensuite,  w/w, fireplace, sundeck, carport. Partial basement with unfinished  rec. room. Immediate possession. $60,000.  ELLIOTT ROAD, GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� Well-built 670+ sq ft home  on large treed lot, close to good swimming. $38,000.  D.L. 3258i���-between SAKINAW and RUBY LAKES ��� 37��acres with  i,500+ ft waterfront ori Sakinaw.Lake, creek. Halowell Road ends  at property. $110,000. /  SAKINAWLAKE ��� 16 acres with 750+ ft of sheltexed^wate;rfront_  with southern exposure. Water access only. $36,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Spacious 3 bdrni cedar home, built 1975.  designed for luxurious living from the well appointed kitchen to^he  open beam living area with its red plush shag carpets and frosted  marble fireplace. Many extras in this fine home. $115,000.      RUBY LAKE ���- 113+. acres of excellent land. 400' waterfront oh  Ruby Lake, 2,600+ ft waterfront on . lagoon,' 2. houses, trailer  spaces. $.120,000.  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 57.5�� acres with 3,500+ ft sheltered waterfront. 2 summer cottages, 2 clocks, water access onlyji2O0,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 bdrm family home. Recently remodelled, on  large landscaped lot. Close to stores, PO & marinas. $45,000.  HOTEU;AK��i=r--105+ ft excellent lakefront lot. 1/2 acre with hydro  "ancTepsy'access. $20,000.  NARROJfi/SJlOAD--=p=-3-BRTarich style home, built 1976, on Wesjac  "RoadTnear Madeira Park. Carport and sundeck. $39^900.  RUBY LAKE ��� Lot 4 has 117+ ft good lakefront, driveway in from  HaJlawe|l-Roa~aYseTviced with hydro; $17,600.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� brandj-evv3_bdrrn cedar homejvvith 2 full  -flooj^of7lLving-area.^2rfir^laces7-sundecRv;HarbourViewj-$73,500r'  I  ACREAGE  i  Print .your ad-in the'squares,  word.  Be sure to leave a b|ank space after each  Three lines is $2,15. Each additional line is 6pc.  Take advantage of our special savings.  * Run your ad twice ���the third time Is FREE. ' *  * If you pay for your ad the Saturday before publication you get a  discbunt ��� 2 5c for 1 Insertion���50c for 3.  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I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I   r  ���  i  ���  ' ���  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  -I'  i  i  i  HLh  -I-  I  I  I  V. MIDDLEPOINT ��� 9.5+ fairly level treed acres with 2 bdrm home.  "BSO"--Kii~hrghWayirtfrtftfge:^355;eoe  J5AKiNJyW.LAKE-���^30p^ft choice Idkefrofltw^  acres.'4 bdrm ftfeiished Paha^6^e^ome-with:sundeck on 4 sides.--  Floats, 2 bjaJs^an^Jt��torsrv^rynice.'proper'tyT*$105,6'0b.    v    ���'���'  ���_.j..--   . ���^_��__________^       , ���.  %  RUBY LAKE���- 3 bdrm partially furnished cottage'with antique brick;  fireplace, sundeck, Hydro. Situated on 96 ft choice, lakefront in a  sheltered.cove. Road access. $49,000.  r?rD:L72392~=--T6U+ acres, situated arjprox. } 1/2 miles above Hwy  101. Access by old logging road. Trails arid roads throughout this  nicely treed usable land. $160,000.  3. KLEINDALE ���approx 20 acres of fairly level land wjth approx 10  acres cleared. $38,000. '  4. IRVINES LANDING ���2.87 level acres, view, across road from  public, waterfront access. $35,000.  5. NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 15,12 acres with 2150-fc ft hwy frontage. Zoned R3L, $46,000,  6. MIDDLE POINT ���* 18.9.acres on Hwy 101 with 2 bdrm cottage,  small credk. $40,000.  7. MADEIRA PARK ��� 5+ acres, seml-lakefront treed property with  3 bdrm home overlooking Paq, (Lilies) Lake. $77,500,  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1.5-�� acre treod lot, oasy accoss, oasy to.  build on. $15,000. ,  9. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1   1/2 a'cres, nicely freed,  secluded,  Hydro, water, septic tank & drain floUMn. $25,Q00.  10. KLEINDALE ~23.f78 acres on Menachor Road, |ust off Hwy 101.  Some merchantable timber on property, $50,000,    ��?>  ,  ��� >        ...'  '.r'-"���-1 ���    p P*   V'T���-p;       ,      ���  '   ��� I     I ' lYi    I  I   ii'      mini iillllt i' 'i'i hi    ���     1  3AQ4,A&E-��-3^��lceiy-4ees^  Flr^lw^Yh^rbaseme'nt with rec room. Separate sing|e carport,  storage shed. Fruit trees, garden and view over lake. $77,500.  LOTS  1, RUBY LAKE ��� Lot 28, semi-waterfront lot. Road accessyhydro.  $9,500. /  2, MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots, most with view, close to schools,  stores, PO & "marinas. $9,000 to $22,000. /  3, FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� several good building lots; serviced with  hydro and water. $9,000-$15,000. A  4, FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD. ��� 77 ft. road frontage. Inexpensive  ...lotr.obout 1/2-mile past Medical'Clin|e;r$ff,00trT "''"'""   5, GARDEN BAY ESTATES,��� serviced View lot In an area of flno vlow  homes. $21,250. / v  - nlcql/treed.lot.fln Elliot Road with, view of  $.1,2,900,  Good building lots close to Madeira Park.  .7  WATERFRONT LOTS  1, SECRET COVE ��� Lot A on Woscan Rd. Steep, but Has good  building slto & shelterbd moorago. On sewer system. $35,000,;  2, GERRANS BAY ���lOOif ft watorfront with 188 ft frontage on  Rrancls Ponlr*su|a Road. Drlvovyay, soptlc tank, wator lino and  aloctrlclty all In $32,000,  :..     . y  3, GARDEN BAV ESTATES -. 290i ft watorfront on 1,2 troed a<-.ros,  Drlvoway In , building slfas cloarod, soptlc approvod $55,000,7  4, FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 70-fc ft bluff watorfront lot,,Vlow ovor  Bargain Harbour, access'from Francis Ponlnsula Roadi $21,50Q,  5, MADEIRA PARK ��� 1,4�� troed acros with 75^ ft sholtorod  watorfront, doop moorago, Comm��rclal/ros|c|on!tlal, $29,500,  6, FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 132ft; watorfropt In Ponder Harbour. 1.0  acros, doop wator moorago, $75,000,  WATERFRONT ACREAGE  NARROWS INLET -r Trood watorfront acreages In socludod and  boaullfMl Inlot, ?2 Mllos from Socholt or 14 mllos from Egmonf. Most  aro low bankrwatorfront,  Lot ��V3,  Lol r*/5 ,.  Lot/fti  i,ot'd7,  Lot (CO,  lol (C9,  ,,,, ,5,24Htacrps   .. ,, 14.67*1; acros...,,  ..,.,..,.., 5,50 ��. ocros',,..,   ��� 5,02^-,acris   ��� p, p,0,41^,acres ,,,,,   10,46-fc acros    $25,500,   ,. $39,600  ,,.,,.. iu,���   $2^,500  ,,'J.Y\$29,500  ,,,,,,,$27,600  NELSON ISLAND ~ 40 unlquo acros with 1500 ft sholtorod  walorfront onWostmoro Bay, 225^ ft lakofront on West Loko. 3  bdrm hopno, 2 cottatjos, floats, road to lake, Asking $160,000,  AOAMMEMNON BAY -"200 f ft watorfront wllh 900 ft frontage on  ,.F.QmontRoad,.odlatMl to Jorvls VlowMarlna, 5?| i::acro'i75j>ftCv  tncularvlow up Jorvls Inlot and flshlno on. your doaritopi $6Q,Q0Qr  GARDEN DAY ��� 3 1/2�� acros wllh 800^ fl sholtered watorfront,  A vory nlco parcel, $122,500,  6. GARDEN BAY LAKE -  lake. Drain field Is In.  7. NARROWS ROAD  $9,000 S $9,500,./  8, MADE-IRA PARK ��� cloared building lot with 81 ft frontage on  Gullvlow Road, spectacular vlow ovor Ponder Harbour. $14,000,  9, SECHELT��� lovol, naturally troed-lot, 75'i<150' on Norwost Ray  Roadv$l0,500.    !.',: ,,- ,'..','  10. SANDY HOOK ��� View lot on Porpolso Drlvo, closo to public  boach. $8,500.    ���      ,.f i,.  11, SINCLAIR BAY ROAD���Building lots $16,p00to,$l0,900,      .,  12, LANGDALE CHINES ��� Lot 35 at ond of Grody Road. Good (rood  bylldlng lot with mountain vlow. Closo to Langdalo forry. $1t3';300,  13. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� now 15 lot subdivision, Thoso  soml-watorfront fi, vlow lots aro sltuatod on Sinclair Bay Road, closo  to Hotol Lako ft Gordon Bay Most lots havo a drlvoway In and all  aro serviced with Hydro & Wator.  Lot 1  $14,500 Lot6, $15,000 Lot 1,1 ,,,, ,$10,000  Lot 2 $13,500 Lot7 $15,000 Lot 12 $17,500  Lot3 Y',,1,$13,500 LotO ,,,,,.$15,500 Lot 13 $17,300'  Lot4 $15,006/ Lot 9 ,,,,,,'$22,500 Lot 14 $17,500  LotS $15,500 Lot 10 $19,500 Lot 15 $19,500  REVENUE PROPERTIES  BUSINESS BLOCK - MADEIRA PARK - 2 concroto block bulld|ngs  built 1970, with a total floor aroa of 0,250 iq fl, locatod on 5,4fc *  ocros on Hwy 101 at Francis Ponlnsula Road. $195,000,  PHARMACY- MADEIRA PARK -*3,ob0 sq, fl, loasod floor spaco jn  Pondor Harbour shopping contro, $30,000, for business and  oqulpmont, plus'cash for stock In trado,  PARK MOTEL��� ll modorn rental units and 2 BR rosldonco on 1,3 J;  acros on Sunshlno Coast Highway ot Pondor (-{arbour. Idoal for  couple wanting a homo and Income, $110,000,  I  ISLANDS  i  SUTTON ISLAND;-60MONT��TboauljlMl..JAZJ:,acr'9 Island, v>o|l  trood, booch ond sh��ll��r��d covo, locotod directly In front of Eambnf  Marina, An oxcollont buy, $33,000,   '  JjftRLS COVE ���'-��� 5\37 acres goodjand wlth,450�� Jt. s,holttred.  watorlioiil adjoining Earls Covo Forry Terminal, $125,000.  �����*'-  .... ..77,1      DAN WILEY  Res. 883^149  1 ti"  ,',' ,i*",  '  -'   - :Ai   ������.:���/*���"  11,6-J: ACRE ISLAND ~- a\ the ontranco to Churchill Bay, Francis  .    P#fiMtuto,Y�� bdrw K*^  ���  OUI or JEAN SLADEY  ���       8832233 _/  �������������� ���,;���':���>���   ��������#��' ���* .'/������i*"���"VH'|.VvJ'>, ����7, ,,r*,a,���,,���'.'    ;,'r     0 x.  .-     3  ,-&-~-?*'  .^Y-  u-  "tr"-"   ��S*#J��*c!T��l��'>i��-d'��"-��pto' ~r  ���'  I.' <t  I   ,  ��� ^'���'n'fx'  f- mt. w -f  ^"-ii^v^p *ftp*wp-*r  _|_  lb 3f A * P   *��ftcpn^ t:  ��^ ��� -S       '  ��� \    ' ^7-.
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2 BDRM double wide: Unfurn
Stove
& fridge- included.
Davis Bay, $250 per mo. AvaU.
Jan. 1. Ph. 885-2950. '     3689-7
AVAIL JAN 1, 1978. 12 x 68'
three bdrm home c-w 5' x 40'
addition, $250 per mo. Includes pad rental in Sundance
Court, Sechelt. Ph. 885-9979 or,
885-2084 eves. 3675-tfn
NEW 2 bedroom, 2 baths, elec.
heat, fireplace, w-w, unfurn.
Roberts Creek. Ph. 885-
3388. ,       •    3717-8
SPACIOUS 2 bdrm duplex,
, North Rd, 1% bath, utility
room, garage w-storage.
Close to school & shopping.
Avail. Feb. 1. $225 per mo. Ph.
886-7625. , 3736-9
AVAIL. Immediately. 2 bdrm
waterfront cottage, Davis
Bay. Elec heat, fridge^ stove.
$225. Ph. 885-2183. 3739-9
3 BDRM house. Fridge, stove,
furnace; .$225. $200 for yr.
lease. Ph. 885-2743.        3758-9
MODERN furnished 1 bdrm
suite in new Home. <-juiet &
clean, includes "dishes,- linen,
heat & light. $210 per mo.' 1
blk. from Sunnycrest Plaza.
Ph. 886-9102.  -  - 3740-9
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LARGE 3 bdrm'duplex, w-w
carpets, on Hwy, Roberts'
Creek. $250 incl: heat. Ph. 885-
5305 eves. ,     3749-9
,3 BDRM-full bsmt, fridge,
stove incl. Enclosed garage,
centre of Sechelt. Close to
stores/$350 per mo. Ph. 885-
2577. 3761-9
PARTLY FURN." 2 bdrm
waterfront, 'Davis Bay.
Fireplace & wood heater, plust
elec. heat. Couple preferred.'
Refs req'd. Avail. Feb. 1. $260
per mo. Ph. 885-3310 or 885-
3417.       •— - -    --        3760-9
FURNISHED 2 bdrm mobile
home. Clean & private,"
Selma Park Vista. Couple
preferred. Refs req'd. No
pets. Avail. Feb. 1. $260 per
mo. Ph. 885-3310 or 885-3417.
3759-9
NEW DUPLEX
—SECHEey—
Wanted to Rent
WATSTTF.n- |Q BENJL)L
WetiaesdayrJanuaryYll^-lWS-
~    —Upper 3 bedrooms
Lower 1 bedroom.
References ,
H.B. GORDON AGENCIES
*  885-2013   >
" '■ _   .     ,   A. "-"\   3755-7-
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Fully modern^ bdrm home in
lower Gibsons. Carpeted
throughout. Fireplace. Avail,
immed. $325 per mo.
2 bdrm apt. overlooking Keats
Island, .lower Gibsons. Caiv
peted, modern. $230 per mo.
Self-cont. mod. bed-sitting rm
in lower Gibsons, overlooking
sea. Partly furnished, w-w,
jitilittes- incl. Avail, Feb. 1.
$165 per mo.
Modern 2 bdrm home, w-w
throughout. Fireplace _s&
carport. Located at Grand-
view & Chaster. Avail, immed. $325 per mo. Heat & light
incl.
CENTURY WEST
REAL ESTATE LTD
885-3271
3746-7
responsible   couple   retur
ng—^to—Alberta—in—May
requires 1 or 2 bdrm furn.
house. Ph. 886-2770.        3753-7
PROFESSIONAL family
seeking-73 bdrm. unfurn.
house. Modern house on
larger lot preferred. Immed,
occupancy in Gibsons area.
Ph. 886-9180. 3750-9
Cars and Trucks
'65   PLYMOUTH   Fury   III'
station wagon. '66 Fury III
almost  complete  for  spare
parts, Ph. 883-2410.,    2959-tfn
'74 VEGA Hatchback. 13,000
mi, 4 _.pd,^deluxe vinyl
custom int, dark metallic
brown w-white rally striping.
Like new. $2295. Ph. 886-7411.
~ 2831-tf
'75- FORD Super Cab % ton
Ranger, Camper Special.
Sliding rr wdw and many
extras. 29,000 mi. ,$4950 obo.
Ph. 886-9154. 3756-tfn
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DENTAL eLK.,
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APPRAISAIS
NOTARY, PUBLIC
PHONE 886-2277
l^ND DEVELOPMENT LTD     TOLL FREE 6^2-1 51
REALTY LTD.
' 885-3211
FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE
Post office Box 1219, Sechelt
toll free 684-8016
"HORSE LOVERS" -* Wilson Creek - large 3
bedroom home on 2.58 acres zoned R2. Can be
developed. Land mostly cleared. Located on Gun
Club Road. Asking $49,500. Terms!
ROBERTS CREEK. ACREAGE: 2
bdrrn"bti(active home on almost 2
acres Level hiwayirontage^easy
,-access. Good .lge shop'with  HD
wiring   for   bench   tools.   Home
completely    remodelled,    bhake
foof, rancher alum sdg. Several
j—outbldgs.   Secluded    landscaped
—property. FP-$69,500.
EGMONT WATERFRONT: excellent
investment opportunity. Approx 560'
of waterfront With 5 acres and a 4
_yepr old "double wide, home. _FP
$95,000 with 1/2-down. All offers
and trades will be considered.
WATERFRONT   HOME:   Located   on*
JRedrooffs   Rd   at   Welcome   Beach.
Clean, near-new 6 roorrTstucco bsrrflT
home/ Well   insulated,   twin   seal
windows and sliding doors to sun-
dedk. Heatilator f'place, nice dng
area in kit, plus sep.'dng rm facing
view of Merry Island and Welcome
_Pass. Lge 80x360" treed property w-
workshqp. Above grd bsmt with_
wood and coal stove for canning or
guests. Good value at $79,500 FP.
VILLAGE HOME — 2 main floor
bedrooms and (flltl Ji^^^tfnJ
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carport   under ^ataaeg sunda.ll
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SELMA. PARK VIEW HOME ~- 3
bedroom home nicely decorated. Red
carpets, circular brick fireplace, lots
of kitchen cupboards and counter
5pace,_master-bedrooms^has"ensteT
BasemenJ_is_finished_and_has_eni_
2?*m!mm trance to the garage" FP!$65,500.
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SECHELT VILLAGE; new 3 bdrm
full bsmt home on a large~view
lot. Easy walking distanceto~the~
stores and schools. Has ensuite
and unfinished rec room. FP
$57,500.
Jon McRae
885-3670
Lorrie Girard
886-7760
Chris Kinkainen
885-3545
Arne T. Pettersen
886-9793
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GRANDVIEW ROAD: Fantastic fully finished
large family home on almost one acre view
lot. Three bedrooms on main floor plus
another finished in basement. Rec room is
roughed in with plumbing for wet bar. Two
fireplaces, skylights, special lighting and
large sundeck over double carport. Excellent
value. $64,900.
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GIBSONS: Owner leaving country — must
sell. Make your bid on this house located on
the Bay in Gibsons with two 2 bedroom
suites. Low down payment could do it.
$42,000.
NEW BUNGALOW AT REDROOFFS:
1150 sq ft 3 bdrm hgme on level,
_ie___ifullyLlreed_1,28-acres_Closo-to-
boat, launch—fir-excel, yr. round
-fishing,—W/W .carpet throughout.'
Bright, sunny kitchen, birch cab'ts &
util. off. Vanity bath; Matching attached c'port w-large'storage'rm. FP
$49,500.      ' ■   „   ■'
RED|ROOFFS ROAD: the complete
1200 sq ft 2 bdrm home. Has
ensuite, rec room, double garage
"on a 100 x"_o2'( treed lot. Hostess
planned dream kitchen.'FP
$68,500.
WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT:
quality built 2 bdrm full bsmt
contemporary designed home.
Shown only by appointment. Try
your offer to $79,500.
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DAVIS BAY: on the boach. _ bdrm
home across frqrn , Davis Bay
beach. Corner lot 60x150'. House
In good condition,,.! Immediately
available. Shake roof, shingle
siding, all fenced. EASY PAYMENT
TERMS. FP $47,500 with $10,000
down. —- ■
LANGDALE RIDGE: Full basement
1218 square foot home on view lot.
Three large, bedrooms, corner.j,
fireplace facing living room and
dining room. Also has eating area off
the kitchen. Extremely well Ycon-
structed home with large sundeck and
-ggrpj°T___An    ideal    fomily    home.
$52,900.
DAVIDSON ROAD: Spectacular view
and privacy in Langdale Ridge. Large ■
three bedroom home has all large
rooms.Fireplace upstairs. Separate
carport allows more room for expansion in the full basemenHJ-arge
cedar sundeck and many extra
features. Enter by way of nicely treed
panhandle driveway to tjie 1/2 acre'
you can call home. $54,900.
MARINE DRIVE: Across the street from Armours Beach in the Village of Gibsons. This
cozy remodelled home is ideal as a starter*
home or for retirement . Only 1 1/2 blocks
from shopping. Has acorn fireplace, cedar
feature walls and a large sundeck. Two
bedrooms. On sewer, all this and a fantastic
view of Keats Island and Gibsons Harbour.
FP $27,900.
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PRATT ROAD: Beautiful three bedroom home
with full ensuite plumbing. On full basement
with roughed-in - rec room. Feature wall
heatilator fireplace to save on heating costs.
12 x 22; vinyl covered sundeck with ornate
aluminum rails. Custom cabinets in kitchen
with wood trim throughout. Easy care landscaping. $49,900.  Y
FAIRVIEW ROAD: Immaculate double-wide
three bedroom mobile home of large landscaped lot on quiet street in area of fine
homes. FP $42,500.
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GLEN ROAD: Cozy two bedroom "starter or
retirement home situated on a fabulous view
jot overlooking Keats Island. This home can
be purchased with a low down payment and
easy monthly installments. $34,900.
SECHELT VILLAGE: This homo is
"very good value,'3 bdrms and lge
utility room, teak cablrtets
throughout kltchon, and en»to,
Wall to wall carpets, View'lol.
Priced at $38,900
1,180, SQ FT PART "BASEMENT-
VILLAGE HOME: All flnlshod main
floor with 3 bdrms and a spare
room down, Carport under the
house, Reduced to $38,500.
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DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 *q ft 2 bdrm mobile home with ap-
pllancot, All wall to,wall carpet, Cozy _ Inoxpontlvo to hoat.
Concrete drlvoway and parking slab. Fir Road location. FP $43,500
■ Terms! .   ■'-. ' •     ■ .
EXTRAkLARGE VIEW LOT: Wost Sochelt, 100 x 150' Trail Island vlow
lot, Flat & lijvol, Sorvlcod with wator & powor, An exceptional lot,
$16,500. ,'i
LARGE 3 BEDROOM — Vory tidy 1236 sq. ft., home with full
basoment Including car stall, 2 flro placos both fouturo, decor In
tpanlsh. lots of bright colours. Master bdrm has entulte, Yard It
landscapod, This Is two full floors of good home. FP $69,000,
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LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEKi Ovor 5 acros of gently sloping
property with southern oxposuro, 500 x 380', Year-round crook
flows through corner of proporty, Excellent buy at FP $35,000,
DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT: Easy torms -~r 20% down a the balance ovor
oasy payments on this southern exposure vluvy |ot, Excavation arid
clearing haW boon done. FP $13,900,
SOUTH,W,Opppp^D] C|ose to l^acrq^Lpyol building |p|, Hydro,
and roglonal water at road. Chock „ comparo, Attractlvoly prlcod at
$9,450.
REDROOFFS AREA: Largo trood lot 93 x 400' approx. Good garden
soil, water 8, powor. Atklng $12,500,
SELMA PARK: Viow lot, 66x152', clo.arod and roady to build on,
Area ol nlco homos, Atklng $14,500.
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DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT) Small 2, bedroom home plus 0 rev«nu»
cottage wllh basomont, Iho liost watorfropt avallablo, Facllltlos
close by, Collage Is noal & tidy and has a flroplaco & sun room.,
Watorlront It ovor 90 fl, FP $69,500,"
GIBSONS HOME WITH ACREAGE) Large 3 bdrm homo on 7 aero.,
with Chaster Crook bordering 1 sldo of foncod property. Horn*
noods tome repair but has been partially renovated, land It cloarod
8 In gratt, A nlco situation, FP $09,500,
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UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: '10 ocro* of land with 3 bdrm noar now
home of opprox 1700 iq ft, and n 4000 tq ff aluminum c.ad,"fc.lly
Intubated building, Building Is alhwlrod for 220 powor 4 could havo
many uses, Concrete floor, clopr span, FP $99,500v
SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra lorgo -JO x 179 lot, corner location,
oasy access oxcollont vlow of Trail Island: F,P, $15,500,
R,2 LOT VI0' x 200': Wakollold Road, Idodl building or Mobllo homo
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LOW DOWN PAYMENT: Wo»l SochAlt v|ow lot, cloarod, graded, ond
^ sorvlcod,   R2   -ronod,   Move  your   trailer   with   no   preparation
nocostary. Asking $11,500 with $1,000 down....        . •
WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT! Your own prlvato park yvlth lowering*
fIrt & codart, Homo It unique 1,450 sq ft with 12 x 36' wrap around
opon sundock. Oaiomont wllh workshop and storage, Garago,
Comont stops to water's edge. Atklng $ 125,000, Soma terms.
MAIN STREET LOCATION: approxlmatoly 50 x 220' lot with builncs.
promlsos and Jiving quortoft behind, Excollont location for almost
any typo of entorpr,lto, This It an opportunity to become established
In Iho vlllago, Lol» of room for expansion, FP $95,000,
TUWANEK; budgot prlcod t*av|ow'lot,'Qulot area. FP $0395,
ROBERTS CREEKi Trood lot wllh n yoar rodnd ttroam. Asking, $7500,
GIBSONSt 2 lots side by tide. Buy on* or both, fiewered and clot* to
tho boat launching ramp, Tormt contldorod, Aiklng $12,500 and
$14,500.
For further information on the above contact:
tt'W'^p.p'ra.-i^ff.iP.'pM-*^..^^
G€H>r^e Townsendr 885^345; Jack Anderson. 885-2053
Frank lewis. 8869997; Stan Anderson,£85-2385; Doug Joyce, 885-2761
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FAIRVIEW ROAD   :  REVENUE -— This  new,
duplex'on a 1/2 acre lot represents theideal-
investment property. There are. 1232 sq ft in
both of these side by side suites. Features are
post and.beam construction withJeature-wall
fireplace and sundecks. Thereis appeal to
separate rental markets with a two" and a.
three bedroom suite. Assumption of present
mortgage makes purchase uery easy and a—
.yearly  income_of__over_$7O00_makes   this^
property hard to beat. FP $75,000.
GRANDVIEW RD: Quality built new 1300
square foot home with full basement. Many
extra features including heatilator fireplace.
Two full baths. Plumbing roughed-in in
basement. Built-in dishwasher, fridge and
stove. Wall to wall carpeting throughout.
$58,500.
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DOUGAL & TRUMAN: Nearly. 1500 sq ft of
living space for the owner of this beautiful
revenue property. The prime side is two
floors with"extra large" rooms.-Fantastic view
of.Gibsons Harbour. Features two bedrooms
down and large master bedroojn upstairs.
The $200 per month revenue comes from the
618 sq ft rental suite. Here is a beautiful
home and pn-income all tied into one. The
huge lot is very tastefully landscaped. Has
features that you would never believe
possible in a revenue property including a
wood-fired sauna. You must see through this
lovely home to really appreciate it. FP
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GIBSONS VILLAGE: 1 block from shopping
centre, schools, transportation, theatre.
Three bedrooms, extra large living room.
1300 sq ft in all. Good flat lot 73 x 1 57'. Can
"ib^7noTtgTagecf^0%T^onre~aiTd^ee-trris-only-5
■year old home. FP $39,000,	
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GRANDVIEW ROAD: A truly distinctive home,
custom built and—designed. This three
bedroora,home has 1322 square feet up and
has a fully finished basement. All rooms are
extremely"" large. Five bedrooms', three
bathrooms. Finished fireplaces up and down.
Central vacuum system, double sealed
windows,, covered sundeck. Double carport,
_.paved_drivevyay.. All this on a large fully
landscaped lot tit athe road's end. This home
is for the.family that demands perfection from
their home. $72,000. -     -
GOWER PT'RD. In the. heart of Gibsons one
block from shopping and t^e_J?osi_Oifice,-
Three bedroom home oh. concrete block
foundation. PostJLbeam construction. .Acorn
fireplace gives a cozy atmosphere to the
livingroom. Nice and bright with many large
windows. $33,000.
REDROOFFS RD: Fantastic view property of
1.5 acres facing Nanaimo and Merry Island.
Good year round home on top level on
Redroay& Road with small A-frame -guest
co|tage__onlower level. Path to beach.
$37^5007""" —
SARGENT ROAD: Lovely three, bedroom home
with cozy fireplace on quiet no through street.
One hold basement has finished rec room and
oftliJy area and lost of roorri for^storage. New'
wall to wall carpeting and -many-extra
features. You have to sbe this home and
appreciate the beautiful view oyer the fully
landscaped yard out to the Harbour and Keats
Island. The large hackyord has. a nice garden
and many fruit trees. An excellent- value.
$49,900; '    .'.
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STEWART ROAD: Lovely Spanish style: home
on 11/2 acres ievelland. Four bedrooms,
separate.dining room, sunken living room
with fireplace. Almost 1400 square feet of
-living area all on one:floorrDefinitely alone of
a kind. Owner leaving. Try all offers. $62,500.
ORANGE ROAD: 4.6 acres of, beautiful
grounds, complete with fruit trees, vegetable
garden, stream cutting through the property,
Lovely-two bedroom home, partly finished
plus guest cottage. $78,500.
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School & Wyngart Subdivision:
Only 6 of these Duplex-Zoned Lots left. Beautiful view properties overlooking the Bay.
Close to schools and shopping. All lots perfectly suited to side-by-side or up-down
duplex construction. SPECIALLY PRICED NOWI Only 1 will be sold at $14,500 and only
1. at '$15,500.
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SKYLINE DRIVE: Overlooking the Boy and the
Village of Gibson* frorp this qulot and private
lot on tho Bluft. Start building your droam homo
right away on the expanse of th|s
207 x 115 x 181 x 66 uniquely shaped lot. LOW
DOWN PAYMENT-EASY TERMS, FP $13,500,
SKYLINE DR: Thl* 70 x 59 x 131 x 122 It lot ,wlth
expansive vlow of tho Bay area and Gibsons
Vlllago It well prlcod, $11,500.
WAKEFIELD RD: — Good building lot on wator
and power overlooking Goorgla * Strait-and •
the Tro|) Islands, Thlt |t a cornor lot In^ newly
built up aroa, $12,500, '
SKYLINE DR:~,Wllh tho tower only 150 foot
away from thlt lot 6nd the dd|olnlng lol alio for
tale, makes th|s an oxcollont value,'The Ideal
tpot for a dlttlnct and original homo, Nlco vlow
and tholtorod from the open toa,.$13',?00, ,
GOWER PT, RDi At tho cornor of 14th, Thlt
proporty hat loVolt cloarod for tho building tlto
of your choice, Excellent view of Oeorgla Strait,
Approx 80'x 250, $16,500,
.TUWANEK: Only one block to beach, full vlow
of Inlot, Piped communlly wator available. .00'
x 140' lot.£9,900,'  -
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OOWER POINT RD: Ono half,ocre lod' x 217'
on tho cornor of 14th and Oowor Point Road,
Driveway Into ono of tho monv excellent
building' tltot, Somo mofchantablo flmbor,
Property tlopot to tho wott for vlow and lata
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cloarod and roady to build upon, Mature fruit
troot dot this 76' x 12^ lot, $13,500.
COCHRANE RD: Good building lot o5'x,130'.
Cloto to shopping and tho ocoan, Sowor
oatomoritpf jo;pnSEt^ 	
GRANDVIEW RD: Lot tlio approx, 104x105
with tome v|owovor the ocoan. Cloto to boach
qccott,  partially cloarod, edty  building  lot,
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aero trood property with tub-dlvltlon
pottlbllltlot. $22,500. '
UPLANDS ROAD: Tuwanek, Idoal rocroatlonal
-loTlnbeautlfullywoodod and park-Hko'area,
Zonod for frallors. This lot ovorlookt Socholi
Inlot and tho Lamb Island. $8,900,
SOUTH FLETCHER: At tchool Road, Two lott ol
40 x 150' oach, Ono lot hat a cottago which
could bo rontod, Thoto lott aro mottly cloarod
ond roady for holding. A tpoctacular vlow o|
Iho ontlro Bay area and Keatn Island It ln>
cludod In tho price of $27,500,
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gardon toll In tho hoart ol Glbtont, On tower
close-to shopping and Patt Offlco, Potontlal
vlow I of tho Day area, Excollont tormi
available, $10,500.
BURNS RD: Good bulldlnQ lot (65 x 130) on
flat land In Glbtont Vllloge, Four blockt from
Pott Offlco, ttorot and trantportatlon, Lightly
treed, Jhroo block* from, ocoon. All tervlcot
avallablo, $11,000,
VELVET ROAD: Boautlfu) vlow lot In dotlrablo
aroa, Rood In dnd hydro ond phono Ip
property, Prlcod wtt|l;below attftttttd valuo,
$11,000, J'
LANODALEi Lovol building lot on  Johnton
Rpad, Fantattlc vlow of Howo Sound, $ 14,500,
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Ask for  Martin, 885-2^^        3737-7  '74 FORD Econoline 200  window van, lwb, V8 auto,  radio, radials, mounted spare  and propane tank. Custom  interior, 44,000 miles. -$3250  obo. Ph. 885-5528.     ,     3741-7  Machinery  TREE FARMER skidder,"  1965 C5BD H��). Pr 75 axles  and spare:parts, incl 2 differentials and 2 pr 75 hubs, 2  axles etc., ROPS. Ph. 883-2552  or.826-8840. $7500 firm. 3646-tfn  Boats and Engines  HIGGSMARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Insurance claims. Condition &  valuation surveys. Serving the  Sunshine Coast & B.C. coastal  waters. Ph. 885-9425, 885-9747,  885-3643,886-9546.        3490-tfn  Campers and Trailers  QUAUTY FARM  SUPPLY  ���    All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware-Fencing"'  ��  Fertilizer-Purina Products  Alfalfa-Hay-Straw  Good Tack Selection  .  Rototillers  Toro Lawnmowers  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  ___    Phone 886-7527  lTSTOfrT  For Sale  FOR SALE: by builder. 3  bdrm home in Gibsons. Cnr  of Pratt & Grandview Rd. 1300  sq ft, 2 full bathrooms w-  ceramic splashes and 6'  vanities, ��� vinyl siding, 7W  insulation in ceiling. Finished  L-shaped rec room w-Frank--  lin fireplace, heatilator fireplace upstairs. Deluxe  Citation kitchen w-dishwash-  er. Concrete driveway,iots of"  wallpaper. Expensive carpet  and light fixtures. $55,900. Ph.  886-7411.    * 2830-tf  FLETCHER SAFE. Outside  measurements 32 x 38,-  inside' 18 x 26. Submit offer in  writing Madeira Park Credit  Union, Box 28, Madeira Pk.  Ph.,883-2236. 3705-7  MOVING: _qiist have a goodx  home   for   18   mo.   old  purebred  CKC  reg'd  Old  English Sheepdog. Will sell to  best offer. Ph. 885-2390. 3738-9"  -8-FT���^A^PER���w-jaeksr  sleeps 4. Excellent shape.  $1500 obo. Ph.-886-9154. 3757-  tfn  Mobile Homes  "1974 I2'x68' STATESMAN, 3  br., separate utility room,  all appliances. Like new inside and out. Set up on lot with  caretaking revenue. Ph. 885-  3801 eves. 3723-tfn  l2'x60' 1973 MOBILE Home, 2'  bdrm., 4 pee. washroom,  full kitchen, furn. Ready to  move to your/#ad.7Running  gear. See at W> Sechelt.  Bargain. Ph. 112-274-5017 or  885-2047. 3729-8  Operation.  Lif-/ti|le  "Did you know that even  baby teeth require constant  supervision? It is these first  20 teeth, which usually have .  appeared by 3 years of age,  that are essential to. jaw  development and positioning of the permanent teeth.  Livestock-  CERTIFIED  Farrier,  Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.-  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  . 3751.__ _ ^-_ *. 994-tfn_  GOOD LOCAL Ladner hay' for  sale. Call 596-0920.    3634-tfn  Keep all containers marked  "poison" out of the reach  ' 'of curious children and ciafe-  -less, .adults. Thousands of  cases of poisoning are  treated in - hospitals and  clinics each year. These  figures remind us that yon,  too, "can bea victim of  poisoning, no matter where..  no matter when.  We need more stuff from you guys,  sorkeep oh sending in your drawings,  poems, stories, etc. to:  The Peninsula Times.  Box 310, Sechelt VON 3AO  -���".   - ^ >  Linda Gibsons also gave us this fine drawing.  ���To* "fie-  cofoM  WILD ANIMAL CROSS WORD  ACROSS  ^5JPIacowh.reanimalslik* tiger*. Mont and hippo, liv*. African forest.  ^tr^ird~rntnia1-wll��r-trlongrlon9-n��clc.^ ��� '  10. Bird, with boautlful colored feathers, which can learn to talk. /  12. long, thin animal,'soma aro very poisonous. -*'"*" -.  ..  14. Big, cot-llko animal with yollow and black strlpot.  "  !��' _!!l* 9r.e*n.��r bro ,n anlmo1' ��"������ >" P��-dl<�� ond say, croak, crook.  19. What a lion's or wolf's home Is called.  20. Big llxard-like animal. Vicious, with lots of teeth - stays In tho water most of the  Time. ^  21. Strange sea animal with | legs��� .... pus.  22. Large-animal with horns/Wving In the Canadian forests  DOWN ^  ' 1. Funny animal, lives in trees and loves eating bananas..  _ 2. Wild horse\with white and. black stripes.  3. Largest living} land animal, has a trunk. '      ,  ������ -  4. Large bird, majny live here on the Sunshine Coast.  f6. Large cat-like animal with a mane. , ��� ���  7. Lots of wild animals do not eat meat, they eat -  -A.  , 9. Aesop told THEM about wild animals.��[Stories]  Yl_l. Large anjmaljlkes to be in the water ��� potumus.  13. Part of the world where elephants and lions live.  J 5. Covers thenorth & south poles, also ... cream, [this word is spelled backwards]  17. Some animals groan and when they aro anary or hungry.  18. Wild dog-like animal.  19. Pretty, wild animal, as is Rudolf the red-nosed rein   This puzzle may be a bit harder than usual ��� But, if you can  solve it and send the solution to the Peninsula Times. Box  310, Sechelt, you might win a prize. (Remember to write your  name and address too.)  Gink**  RING A WORD.  Linda Gibson gave us this puzzle she  made up herself very good, Linda.  by DebbRTArnold  The words can go all different ways, even backwards.   The   words  are:   ABNER,   SLEEP,   HEALTH, NAMES, TOOTH,  DENTIST,  FLOOR,   PICK  CANDY, STICK, BRUSH, EAT, CAP, PULL  C.PACT'S I TNEDF  ABCBESACBTUL  PCVANLSPRSWO  XATZYEMIUTN0  ONNCKERCSI I R  RDPPPPCKHCKK  OOPPQQORTNED  FRDOOFOBSSTT  NAMESVTURVVW  W X^C Y Y^E*Zi_ U A"B  JP��� ILL L DJ^CJDJIil  i  i  i  ���i  * Put your message into 4,000 homes  |15,000 readers]) in these economical  spots. Your ad Is always there for quick  referenco .., anytime!  How many  different  ampials can  -you find  hidden in this,  strange  animal?  ,***,  .������v  AUTQM0Tj|_/I=  SERVICE  v     JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  * Rotor Lathor Sorvlco for Disc Brakes  dnd Drum Brakes  * Volvo and Soot Grinding , \.  * All ��y\Qkos Serviced ���-- Datsun Specialists  Gibsons ,'-'���'    Phono 886-7919  '    '���    .if''     '    ���.  BLASTING  Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALUVVORK FULLY INSURED ^  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call for a froo oMImato anytlmo  8B3-2734      "Air Track Available"      683.2386  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING LTD.  * Controlled Blasting  * Septic Tanks Installed  FULLY INSURED ,' FREE ESTIMATES  BUILDERS ���-  JQJ CONTRACTING CO. LTD.  Gonoral Building Contractors  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  Phono 0115-2622  i Ban73, Sechelt, B,C,  BUILpiIMG SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING,  SUPPLY LTD.  ;���' ~"*"-"AHYouf'Bff '  Madeira Park  f bono 883-2505  BUILDING SUPPLIES(conttt)  WINDSOR PLYWOODS   |the Plywood People|  "    ALL PLYWOOD     "    '  Exotic and Construction ���  Panelling ���Poors ��� Mouldings  Gluos ��� Insulation  Hwy 101, Gibsons 886-9221  CABINETMAKERS  WW������* ll.l".i ���l-i-   ��� ��l   ������� HI   ���������-���'���      ��� ���      -I���II.I I*. II,  JXXANSIDE FURNITURE  S     a CABINET SHOP  serving sa|lsfiod customers lor 10 yoars  Custom-designed kitchens and bathrooms  Furniture for home arid office  Expert Finishing  *R. Blrkin  Beach Ave,, Roberts Creek, B,C,  VON 2W0  Phono 885-3417, 885-3310  CONTRACTORS  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  ���-'^"*'-"''-'t��86is9031"'""~v-,"u','f'"'<"J  Dump Truck ��� Backhoo -'Cat  Wntar, SowoP, Drainage Installation  1 Lond Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES 7  L ft-H SWANSON LTD.   .'���. RE ADY'WIX CONCRETE_',,.   Soncl and Gravol . Backhoo,,  Ditching ��� Excavations ��� '  PORPOISE BAY ROAD    \  885-9666 " Boh 172, Socholt, B.C.  __j  -    ' ���    ������������  ���  BUDS TRUCKING  SAND-GRAVEL-FILL  *  -'���"- fast dependable service'-"-*-"- -<-���*���.   .  .   PHONE 886-2952  Box 276,'Olbson*'     .  ���I-  I  CONTRACTORS   (confd)  PENINSULA DRYWALL SERVICE  A sklHotj and efficient way to havo your  Insulating and gyproc hanging done  Phone 886-2706  ASK FOR OREO  DESIGNS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL.  DESIGN SERVICES  15yrs. experlencoon  large & small projects  now serving the Sunshine Coast  M5-S754 Sechelt  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST,  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  !"'���"'���"*  Port Mellon to Ole'i Covo  Teh 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  ',    BE ELECTRIC LTD.  . ,... , "Povv^r. to iho People"  PHONE 886-7605,(.!  0ox660 ,       Gibsons  '������, SIMELECTRIC LTD;  Electrical Contractors  Rosldontlal�� Commorclal Wiring  ��� Polo Lino Installation*  Eloctrlc Moating  Ron Sim 885-2062  Rick Sim  D.W.LAMONT  Eloctrlcal Contractor  Halfmoon Day  FLOORING-CABINETS  CABINETS - CARPETS> LINOLEUMS  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  -    P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennet, tales manager  Phone 886-2765  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.     ,  FLOORCOVERINOS A.  CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  iWACHINE SHOPS  At the Sign of the Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  ���Mochlno Sh6.oj Arc & Acetylene Wolding  Stool Fabricating ��� Marine Ways  Autornptlve 8 Marine Repairs  Standard Marine Station  Phono 886-7721   Res. 886*9956, 886-9326  GIBSONS ��� iECHELT  885-3424  A SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Shoyvrbbm In Twllloht Thopt^Glb^oW""  HEATING  ,�����~a���.    _.-..  SECHELT HEATING  f" -INSTALLATION/  Gps, OI| 8, E|oct[lc Furnaces  ; Fireplaces, Shoot Motal i  Wayne-Brackell (,       '      Box 726  Ph. 085-2466  . Socholt, B.C.  LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  7 '���' ���' '   and '        ,..,'    ���'���'������  GARDEN MAINTENANCE   '      FORANE\/ER;ntC��OMlWOeARDEiR     ���'"  WILLIAM BORAGNO    Free Estimates  IBango) 885-5033  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL'SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  706.O|||.yAv., ��� Burnoby  PLUMBING & HEATING  SPECTRON SHEET METAL & ROOFING  Oo'<7,0 n��x��,,^V    "      '    Olb,on��  886-97,17 days   ���  ��� Moating ancl^Vontllatlon  * Tar and Gravol Roofing  Rottoiien Lionel Speck  886-7844' 0067962  RENTALS  ���*���*  .<��� 'jji '''p'.'i.ii'  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS * EQUIPMENT   "   ���'  RENTALS �� SALES  ��� ' Easy-Strip Concreto Forming System*  Compressors ��� RotorlUer* -Generators'  .Pumps,.* Earth Tampers  Sunshine Coast Hwy * Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira park Ph. 883-2585  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE  Socholt, B.C.'  ^  APPLIANCES���HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS   I  Here's "on   economical   way   to   reach   ���������������  4,000   homes   (15,000   readers]   ovory       . '  week. 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(        886-2700  lALMt SIRVICe  All Brands Available <,  Monday to Saturday, 0s30 am to 8i30 pm  Friday evening by appolntmont only  TR��E TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE *  Complole Tree Service   r  Prompt, Gtlaranfodd, Iniurod Work  Prlcos You Can Trust  Phone J, Rlsbey,   ���  885-2109  Pays To Use ^The  ~-n  ��� **fc��!trKJl-(W��.!��. ��� W  ���^i; .*$*���  f-.*'f:  ''"'���Yi.1'  4   w^.  -.w  heYear  -    The Peninsula Times  Following are the results of the Sechelt   department. The trophies were awarded   were picked by the fans, coaches and  Indian Band's third annual athletic   on December 29. managers of the teams, teachers and the,  awards donated by the band's recreation       The winners of the various trophies   "Sechelt Indian Band Council.  THE WELDWOOD CLIPPERS Bantam Hockey Team were congratualted on Saturday night, January 7,  -by-the GalerHockey-Team for -the Qiprjers victory in the" Burnaby International Christmas-Hockey Tournament.  Gery. Feschuck, Kirby Jackson, Verne  Joe, Barry Johnson, Robert Joe, Steve  Joe, Herb August and Howie Joe.  -��*rjJ3inf<ir  Sechelt lanes  SECHELT COMMERCIAL, Thurs., Jan. 5  Happy New Year, bowlers,  nominees for the afward were Frank/Dixon        Sito MacKenzie led the way^jyith 247,  The Winner of the Athlete of the Year  award was Ivan DLxon. Other nominees  for the award were Stu Craigan and  Darren Dixon,  The Defenceman of the year Award  was a draw between Chuckie Feschuck  and Howard Joe.  The Most Aggressive Athlete of the  Year award, went Jo-Stu Craigan. Other..  and Earl John.  - * The Most Improved-Player of the-Year-  was Ernie Joe and the Most Sportsmanlike  Athlete"of the Year "was Tommy t^aul.'  The most Gentlemanly Athlete of ^   Year Award Vent to Herb August.  Stu Craigan was ' named the Most  Dedicated Athlete of the Year. Other  nominees for the award were Ted Dixon  and Chuckie Feschuck..  The -Most Inspirational Athlete of the  Year award went to Jason Pierre. Other'  nominees were Kim August, Darren Dixon  and Kevin August. - ,  The.Sechelt Indian Band's All Stars for <���  1976-1977 were Tony Paul, Calvin Craigan,  Ted Dixon, Darren Dixon, Perry Williams,  Rick August,-FrankDixonrStu Craiganp  Page B-5  Wednesday. January 111 1978  On the rocks  217, 256N[720). Not bad after a three week_  -layoff.-! -���~~~~" ~  Others getting 200 games were: Don-  Caldyell 200, 262, Pearl MacKenzie 232,  Fern Mosier 212; Butch_Ono 225^^Vayne  iJrackett 208; Rick Simpkins 206; Tom  Purssell.267;-Bob Forbes 212; Ena /frm-  .strong 226; Vi Slack 209; Andy. Henderson  .206; Frank Giampa 220, 20ff; Frank Starrs  ,257; Don Slafek 224, John -Loveday 244;  David Giampa 211, 274; Bonny Simpkins  222; June Frizzell 210; Joanne Giampa 210,  -237;" Albert Thompson 223, 245; Mary  Henderson 216.    ��� j  ���'by Pat Edwards  The ladies bonspiel .scheduled for  January 20-22 has been cancelled because  of lack of entries. This is the second time  the ladies have been unable to get a  bonspiel off the ground, which is unfortunate. There are some very good  curlers among the .ladies, and they are  missing out on a lot of fun.  In place ofthe ladies open, there will be  *""?".'  New "Snoopy" and Contemporary  cards out on our racks, come in and read a  few of the Birthday Greetings they convey,  some will certainly make you smile if not  laugh out loud.��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.   ���  a mixed 'spiel to wRicK^echeltrcurlersare-  invited. It's a mixed with a difference ���  the team must be skipped by a wranan.  Come   on   ladies   -^ get   your   rinks  ���registered for a fun 'spieL   __Aa/  Rumor has it that there is another  opportunity to get some non-curlers involved. The teachers and merchants are.  combining to challenge Canfor employees  and their spouses to a day of bonspieling  early in February. Anyone interested can  get more information from Harry Turner  at 886-2184. Lyn Kinsey dreamed up the*  ' idea. It's amaiing what a couple of years  in Australia will do to a man!  Gus reminds us that fees for the second  half of the season are now being accepted.  Please make your cheque payable to  Gibsons Witter Club;   'Jii^SPCWMA-^SK^���i  ���i���  ���#  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11,1978  THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,1978  CHANNEL 2   CHANNEL 4   CHANNELS   CHANNEL 6   CHANNEL 7   CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 12  .00 Tak* 30  EdgaOf  1:15 .       Cont'd Night  P:30 Celebrity Croat  :45 Cooki Witt  Movi* Tak* 30 Dinah   ' Alan Match _  "The Little Cont'd   ' ,   Cont'd Hamel Gama  Prlnceae" Calabrity Cont'd Cont'd IDraamOf  Conl'd Cooka Cont'd Cont'd Jaannla  CHANNEL 2 CHANNEL 4 CHANNELS CHANNEL 6 CHANNEL 7 CHANNEL 8 CHANNEL 12  .-00 Tak* 30 EdgaOf Movia Taka30 'Dinah Alan Match  ���:15     -     Cont'd     . Night "Tha Cont'd Cont'd Hamal Gama  ���:30   .       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Louis  ���30 Front Row t   Cont'd Cont'd Front Row          Siyaznyk           Bluaa  :45 Cantar Cont'd Cont'd Canlar    ___i__Cont'd-��� ~Ve7  -Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  j:harlla*a_  Angala  Conl'd  Cont'd  Black  Shaap  Squadron  Cont'd  _ Cont'd.  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  CBS Movia  "Vigilant*  Forca"  Conl'd  Vancouver  Canuckt  Conl'd  Conl'd  _-  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  S��*ing For  Ouraalvaa  Wataon  Raport  Baralla  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Polica  Woman  Cont'd  Cont'd  Swing For  Ourtalvas'  ' Watson  Raport  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  ' Conl'd  Cont'd  Medical  Cantar  Conl'd  Cont'd  CBC Naws  Cont'd  Naws  90 Minutas  Nawa  Conl'd  Polica  Slory  Nawa  Conl'd  Tonight  Cont'd  CBC Nawa  Cont'd  Nawa  Cont'd.  Nawa  Cont'd  Hawaii  Flv*-0  CTV Nawa  Conl'd  Nawa  Cont'd  Foravar  Farnwood  Hawaii  Fiva-0  :00 Liva Cont'd Cont'd Lata Movi* Cont'd .. 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Conl'd- Burnalt -pp-Waltona- -Waltsfia Tars*  Fith Cont'd ���   Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd Marv  Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd     , Cont'd Griffin  -00  k:15  t:30  AS  Canadian  Eiprest  Cont'd  Cont'd  Bamay  Millar  Cartar  Country  Jamot  At 15  Cont'd  Cont'd  Clan  Ot'65  Conl'd  Cont'd -  Hawaii  Fiva-0  Cont'd  Cont'd  CTV Raportt  Cont'd  Cartar  Country  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  10  -oo  :15  30  :45  Wa'va Got  Each Olhar  BC  Newamakera  Redd  Fo��  Cont'd  Cont'd  Clata  Of'65  Cont'd  Cont'd  Charlie'*  Angtlt  "Cont'd  Cont'd  Barnaby  ���   Jonaa  Cont'd  Cont'd  Logan'a  Run  Conl'd  Cont'd  M*dicat  Cantar  Cont'd  Cont'd  Friday; January 13,1978  CHANNEL?,  CHANNEL 4   CHANNELS   CHANNEL 6   CHANNEL 7   CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 12  ���90  11S.  CBC Naws  ' Cont'd  Naws  M Mlnutei  Nawa  Cont'd  Staraky  A Hulch  Naws  Cont'd  Tonight  Cont'd  -CBC Nawa  Cont'd  Nawa  Cont'd  Nawa  Cont'd  CBS Lata  Movia  CTV Nawa  Cont'o*     '"  ��� Nawa  Cont'd  For*v*r  Farnwood  CBS Lata  Movia  :00  Ms  >:30  :45  -Tak* 30 EdgaOf  Cont'd   L Night  Caltbrily . Cross  Cooka " Wilt  Movia Taka 30 Dinah  "Why Would Cont'd Conl'd  Ai.yona Want Calabrity Cont'd  To K'li A Cooks Conl'd  Alan  Match  Hamel  Game  Cont'd  I Dream Ot  Cont'd  Jeannie  -00  1:30  ;45  Ona Of  . Marv  'A Kind  Friday Aftar  School  Griffin  Conl'd  TCont'd  Nic* Girl  Like You?"  Cont'd  Conl'd  One Of  A Kind  Doris  Day  Emergency  , One  Cont'd  Cont'd  Lucy  Show  Star  Trek  Funorama  Cont'd  The  Monkoet  :00  j:��  f*:30  :4S  Nature Of  Thinga  All In The  Family  * ConVd  Cont'd  Now*  Cont'd  Newlywed  Gama  Naws  Cont'd  Adam-12  Cont'd  Nawa  Cont'd  News  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd My Three  Cont'd Sons        '  Gong        \      I Love  Show  Lucy  :00  |:1S  ,___-  Hourglass  Cont'd -  Cnnrd  12  00  .15  .30  ��5  Live  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Toma  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  Lata Movia  "Beware  Of The  Blob"  "Scarecrow"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Lata Movie  "So This  Is Pant"  Cont'd  "Scarecrow"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  :45  Cont'd  ABC News  Conl'd  Cont'd  "���"���"~-���"^"*^���>���_WaW�����__��..MaW���__��ta������_-_-*^B^__��  Cont'd News CBS News Newt Andy  Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd Griffith  MBC-Newa Conl'd Mary-T^lei Cental ��-���Hotly wood-  Cont'd ' Cont'd,, Moore Cont'd Squares  ��� :00  :30  :45  Mary Tyler  ' Moore  Reach For  Th* Top  Anything  Go**  Th*  Muppel*  Seattle  Tonight  Hollywood  Squares  Charlie's  Angela '  Conl'd  Cont'd  To Tell Operation Joker's  The Truth ~     Petticoat' Wild  _Movie Donny & Doctor In  "Gidget Marie The House  8  -00  rrer  ;30  Tonv ^   Randall  Three'a  Company  Donny-4-  Marie  Cont'd  Cont'd  -CPO"  Sharkey  Rockford  Filea  Tony  Randall  Three'a  Company  Gett  Married"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  Rj-ckford  Filet  NaTrtB-That-  Tune  Merv  Griffin  :00  |:��  F:30  :45  Tommy  Huntar  Cont'd  Cont'd  ABC Movia  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  NBC Special  "Henry  Tommy  Hunler  Cont'd  Cont'd  CBS Special  "People't  Command  Performance"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Quincy  Cont'd  Cont'd  . cCont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  10  :00  :1S  ;30  45  Big  Hawaii  Cont'd  Cont'd  "Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  Kiasinger"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Staraky  A Hutch  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  -Medical-  Center  Cont'd  Cont'd  11  :00 CBC News News News CBCfNews New. CTV News Forever  :1S Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd Fern wood  :30 Newe Baretta Tonight News Late Movie News Late Movie  .45 90 Minutas Cont'd Cont'd Cont'd "Astro Cont'd "Assignment  p":60  12;^  :4S  Liva  Cont'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Avangera  Cont'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Lata Movie  "Ruttian  Roulette"  Conl'd  Zombiat"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Lato Movie  "Best Of  Everything"  Cont'd  To Kill"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  SATURDAY, JANUARY 14,1978  CHANNEL 2   CHANNEL 4  CHANNELS  CHANNEL 7-  CHANNEL B CHANNEL 12  CBC Sports Racing Cont'd ' CBC Sports  Curling Cont'd Cont'd Curling  Classic ABC Sports Cont'd  Classic  -^Cont'd^ Pro Bowler* Cont'd Conl'd  Wrestling  . Cont'd   Cont'd  Cont'dX.  Space-  1SM  Cont'd  -Conl*d-  Tour  Cont'd  Cont'd  -Cont'd-  Baaketball  Stanford  Va. %  -Wathington-  Space:  1MB  Cont'd  - Cortt'd.-  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  nCKSird"  Wide \  Funorama  WorldOf      x Cont'd  Spoilt Our   -Cont'd" Gang  NHL Hockey  Colorado  "Hockles      ~"  Wide ������  WorldOf  Sports  Cont'd  'Cont'd  YCont'd'...;  donl'cl;  Cont'd  NHL Hockey      Tony  Colorado '     ,  Randsll.  ( Rockies  Va.  Newt  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd-  ShaNaNa  CQBfd .Y  SUNDAY, JANUARY 15,1978  CHANNEL 2   CHANNEL 4  'CHANNEL 5, i CHANNEL 6   CHANNEL 7   CHANNEL 8 CHANNEL 12  NFL Football-���Movie Conl'd NFL Football NFL Football  -Super Bowl        "Heaven Cont'd Super Bowl Super Bowl  XII Knowa.Mr. Meat Tha XII XII  Dallaa Allison" Prate Dallas- Dallas  Funorama  Broncoa  Conl'd  King  Horat  -Koohler CohT'd-  Ouestlon Our  Period Gang  Cont'dY  i��an!_U_  Cont'd  , Conl'd  Vancouver  Canucke  Cont'd .  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Nawa ���  Cont'd  .Vancouver CBS News  Ctnucks Cont'd  ���  Cont'd PBS Special  Cont'd "Hanna-  ,Newe . W**k*!jd  Cont'd ��� x:��^1!!  Swiss Family Cont'd  Roblnton '      Cont'd  ���  Conl'd  Cont'd  1 Conl'd  Cont'd  Ltwrenc*  Weik .  Cont'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Cont'd.;  pont'd  Barbara'i  - Ice Revue"  In Sttrch  Ol,..  Bionic ,  M.A.S.H.  Woman ' Cont'd  Cont'd   . Movie  Conl'd   . "Butter-  8  Newa  Conl'd  The  Muppala  Tabllha  Cont'd  Operation'  Petticoat  ���; Blonlo"  y Woman  Cont'd  Cont'd  Lawrence  Welk  Cont'd  : Conl'd  Rolf 'field a"  Harris - Cont'd  CTV Movie     Cont'd  "Scalawag"    Conl'd  Trivia"'  am-*  On Our Own  Conl'd  Slaraky  a Hulch  Cont'd  Cont'd  NBC Movia  "polica  Story"   .  Cont'd  Tha  Jefferfone <  Tatllelalas '  Cont'd  Cont'd Cont'd  Conl'd Cont'd  Cont'd Movia  Conl'd 'pQianl"  itt  Lova  Bost  ' Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  'Cont'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  Conl'd  CBB Special  "Super  Night At  The Super  Cont'd  Cont'd    ,  Thai's  Hollywood  :00  CBC News  Prov, Attain  Newa  Lai* Movie  Newt  Cont'd  ABC Newa  Lai* Movie  New* ���.  Cont'd  NBC Special  "Off  CBC Newa  Prov. Affairs  Late Movie  "Scalawag"  Bowl", .....  Conl'd  , Lala Movia  p'Mtnnl*   ���  CTV Nawa  Conl'd  Naw*  Cont'd  lOO*  "The  Violent  Enemy"  Cont'd  "The  Rack"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Hollywood"  Cont'd  Conl'd  Conl'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Moekowlti"  Conl'd  Cont'd,  Cont'd  Lala Movia  "Front  Page"  Conl'd  Conl'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  .   AllseSmllh    And Jonaa...  Celebration"  _Sa__i :���  Cont'd  Newa  Cont'd  Cont'd  . Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  Untamed  Capilol ;  Comment  Movia  Naws  Cont'd  Film     ;  Faalival  Nawa  Conl'd  Conl'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Cont'd  All In The  Family  Conl'd  Cont'd  The  Honeymponera  Hymn Hardy                 NBC Movie       'Hymn MMInulea  Sing Boya'                 "Willy Wonka     Sing Cont'd  CBCSporta Nancy                 And Tha             CBC Sports Cont'd  liilar-Skl    ��� -Drew ' Choeoiaie',  "  Canadian Conrd  CBC S(Hjrle  Canadian,  ��� Supeltttrt  Conl'd  Factory"  Cont'd  Conl'd  Cont'd  Buperitara  Cont'd  V.I.P.  Conl'd  Movia  "Bridge On  The River  Kwal"   ������',;  Six  Million  Dollar  CBC Special ABC Movie         NBC Movia CBC Special Cont'd  "Nelll* "Law And ,      "A love "Nellie Cont'd  McClung" Dlaorder"           Affair, The McClung"   ' Conl'd  Conl'd Conl'd               Eleanor And Conl'd .    Cont'd  Cont'd  'Cont'd  Cont'd  Conl'd  Marketplace  Cont'd  Ombudimen  'Cont'd  Lou Gehrig  Slory"  Cont'd  Cont'd  Marketplace  Conl'd  Ombudsman  Conl'd  CTV Reports Late Movie  Conl'd "Divorce  Cont'd His"  Cont'd Cont'd  Newt  Conl'd  ABC New*  Let* Movia  New*      *  Cont'd  Lala Movia  "A Plac*  CBC Nawa  Bifilnett  Capilol  Comment  CTV Nawa Cont'd  Conl'd Cont'd  Nawa Cont'd  Conl'd Cont'd  "Death "The  , Drum* Oppotlla  AlongTha , Sen"  River" Cont'd  Lala Movia  "Front  Pegs"  Cont'd  MONDAY, JANUARY 16,1978  CHANNEL 2       CHANNEL_L_-CHANNEL-5 CHANNEtf  CHANNEt-7 CHANNEL-- CHAHNEJ_12  Lala Movie . Lai* Movia  "Lillle        ' "Divorce  LadleaOf Hera"     ��� J'  The Night" Cont'd  Take 30  Cont'd  Celebrity  Cooke  Taka 30 _  Dinah Alan Match  Cont'd Cont'd Hamel Gamo  Calabrity Cont'd Cont'd I Dream Ol  Cooka Cont'd Cont'd Jeannio  Stationary  Marv  -Emergency-  One  Cont'd  Cont'd  -Lucy-  Show  Star  Trek  t-unorema  Cont'd  Tho.  Monkeet  Country,  -__��____.  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J*.-����^�� t*t,SP��*.-(li  1    ..   *,.  1        /  t rk-rf&ipim***'*"!'*'!* ��.���������� 4p*w-pjJS��  .,   ,-��. *  *rti j(*iiin��(^J��'H>'**-��^ ajljlilHtt-*���MW"'��  HJJM>a-^*lt*M,*%��lj|l (r��^**B   *  '. -  .t, *t ps -j*\*js i^o  ��  \ I Ip ���, "r*  ���   y      ���"  L  A  Xi  ��� rf--  f  ���  Travel  Page B-6      .    The Peninsula Times Wednesday, January 11,1978  On a Wally Byam European tour  PART 2    ___.   By MARY TINKLEY  The last article on the Wally Byam  Tour to Europe, left Allan and Joan  Mackereth in Genoa after their three day  tour of Switzerland.,The caravan'then  headed south to Pisa where they climbed  the Leaning Tower which is 178% feet high  and made of marble. Furthermore, says  Joan, it really does lean and gives one_a  most eerie feeling. They also saw the  marble quarries of Cerrara which have  supplied marble for many of Italy's great  "works of-art. In- Rome, a city'distinguished  for its vast^unsHtey^sgw the Roman  forum, the ParthenonT~St?^P^er's  Basitilica and the Vatican. They stoocPin  awe before Michaelangelo's masterpiece,  Pieta, in St. Peter's and some, of his  frescoes in the beautiful Sistine Chapel.  __ Oslo, a number of the visitors decided-on a  bus tour to Bergen. Their bus climbed'  through magnificent scenery into the  mountains above the tree line to the 4,265  foot summit for an overnight stop at Tyin.  At Refsnes they boarded a ferry for-a  cruise on Sognefjord, Norway's longest  fjord. In mid fjord, they transferred'to a  smaller   steamer   for  the   cruise   up  _ Aurlands Fjord, an arm orthe Sognefjord.  From Flam, which nestles between  mountains at the head of Aurlands Fjord,  the railway climbs 986 feet to the summit  of Mount Myrdalsberget. As the train  emerged from the 1,476 yard Naali tunnel,  the travellers were spellbound at the  ^panorama before them, with three levels  olTthe^aUway line up the steep mountain  side and a road'Whichxlimbs the mountain  LIFE 2,000 YEARS AGO  A visit to the ruins of Pompeii gave the  Mackereths a glimpse of life as it was  lived 2,000 years ago. Pompeii, a city older  than Rome, lay at the foot of Mt.-Vesuvius.  In 63 AD it was shaken by a violent earthquake which toppled many of its"  buildings. A few years later, Vesuvius  erupted"and~ within ��a~few hours7Tblhpeii  was covered with a layer of lava and ash  six to seven yards deep. The bodies of  many of the 2,000 people who perished in  the eruption have left perfect moulds in  the layer of lava which enveloped them.  For more than 1,600 years, Pompeii  remained a buried and forgotten city until  excavations began in 1748 and brought to  light streets, paintings, utensils ^and  furniture, amazingly preserved and in-,  tact. A water system still flows through  some of the orginal lead pipe.  Naples was a disappointment to our  travellers, party, perhaps, because it was  another   pf  the   Mediterranean   towjis  in 21 hairpin bends.By toweling mountains clothed hi perpetual snow and ice, by  deep ravines and waterfalls cascading  from ledge to ledge, they proceeded to  Bergen for an overnight stop before  returning to Oslo by train.  FLOWERS OF HOLLAND  Joan thought Amsterdam one of the  dirtiest���place's-of���their-tour but she  enjoyed its, flowermarket which is" The  biggest in the world. It consists of acres  and acres of cut flowers and has the most  modern auction rooms where bids are  recorded electronically. .Allan was impressed by a boat tour of the immense  harbour of Rotterdam.  ���a  Because of alongsfeoreman's strike*, in  New York, the vehicles were shipped from  Le Havre to Halifax and the .passengers  travelled by boat to Ireland, a 20 hour trip,  and very rough. They spent a few days  exploring Dublin, Waterford, Cork and  Killarney where Allan kissed the Blarney  'S(one, and then flew back to Halifax to  await the arrival of the Atlantic Saga. For  the time being, the Mackereths had had  ..their fill of sight-seeing, so claiming their  vehTpcle'sandsaying a last farewell to their  friends, theysped foiihome by the Trans*^  Canada Highway. Home in HalfmSoirBayT-  they agree it was a wonderful experience  and they enjoyed the camaraderie of the  ��� huge Wally Byam family, which really  did, in that long tour of nearly six months,  weld itself into a family unit,  MEAT SPECIALS.  Garden Corner  ~.    By_Guy Symonds  FRYING CHICKEN ^^.  BEEF SAUSAGE  Fresh    , Ib.  BABY BEEF LIVER  v.���  Sliced a.r. lb.  79'  99*  99c  PRODUCE SPECIALS  ^lanketedHby^^mogrBeeatise^lofenee-  is the art centre of the world, it was  disappointing to discover that they had  only iy_ days.there and that most of the  galleries closed at 2 p.m., but in the huge  cathedral they saw sculptures by some of  Italy's most famous artists. In Venice,  they circled the Grand Canal by boat,  enjoyecT ar~gondola_ride and visited the  Island of Burano, apicturesque-spot with  pastel coloured houses and famous for its  -lace-andtapestryr  The last Corner studiously and purposely avoided talking about the care of  houseplants on the rather shakey grounds  that, because of their rise in popularity, so  much is being written about them that the"  subject is getting all the attention it needs.  There has, however, been a change of  heart due partly to the situation in this  scribe's own home where house plants  seem to proliferate and thrive under the  skilled care of the mistress of the  establishment. Increased numbers and  differing types have demonstrated the  inescapable fact that you cannot treat all  houseplants the same. Practically aU the  plants that brighten our homes in these  dull wihter days originate in the jungles,  summer rest. Again, care was taken with  this lasj to see that each part of the plant  was exposed in turn to the maximum light  available.  If, however, you have cyclamen,  azaleas or other plants of a non-tropical  origin you should try to accommodate,.  them with a tool daytime air temperature  dropping off another 10F at night.  Light is of vital importance. In fact, it  would seem almost more important than  heat. Mostly in our dull northern winter it  is almost impossible to give too much. The  African violet is extremely sensitive to  light and this is often the one factor  required to get blooms. As always,  common sense must be used and while  Rod Delicious, Golden Delicious, Spartan  ^celloO"   .,.,.,,. ���-,..��� ����-, ��� __,,   ,.|W��t      f>��%lliw* W��>tl' , m , m .,. m t mm . m .,..,. . m .\ #,. i ........ .   10*  "   ^^Sl^^   >-'lI     "      A     'X^A:      ���        -    y ^._ii -t- AtrnmrnmrnmrnX^  ADCCU DCDDCDC :'      '   ^^ % H���&c  IpWEHl'f^  ii*%Kr  * i  B������lH��fli*0 ^. . m .... .m...^* i t,\ i'm, m. ... m .  mm  .... *���  bcig,Tr*_F  GROCERY SPECIALS  *  \  *l .    .      .....  "|a3|lFlHL"    IffVaflr  'I'/  t '���> y     *     i /  :>   a * a a *<*.* a a a + * . . a * a?ay_U  Purex  HR00M TISSUE ���    99  Hetnz, Polskl & Koshor  DILL PICKLES  32 oz. .  99c liiiii KWyp i- 59'   deserts_and_mountains_of_a_world_far���warmth and light are-essentialrexposure  From their campsite in Graz, a lovely  city of Austria, the Mackereths visited an  old castle at Piber, where the famous  Lipizzan horses of Vienna are bred. In  Vienna, they saw the palace of Hapsburg  and some of its interesting relics.  A LOOK AT RUSSIA  When the tour- was being planned it had  been expected that the Airstreams could  be taiken into Russia, but permission was  refused. So, taking advantage of a 10-day  stopover in Vienna, 51 members of the  removed from the conditons in which they  are now expected to flourish. They have  undergone a nummer of-physiological  changes at the hands of plant pathologists  to give us what we enjoy today ��� but their  basic needs remain to a large extent unchanged -and must be. respected.  Look at the temperature situation, for  example. Most house plants do best at 70F  degrees in the daytime, cooling off to  around "60F at night. This applies to  African violets, begonias and such tropical  varieties. Add to this theamarjs^llis^so.  caravanleft their trailensJnJV^ just  breaking into bloom, The fleshy green  stem has a circumference of two and  a half inches and is almost 33 inches high,  't^spent its nights during the growing  season sitting Qn the .warm hearth of the  ��w="-to^Ru��sfe^to visit Moscow and  Leningrad. Rus^i^aysJoanMackereth,  has two faces. There are beautiful-old  churches, Czarist. palaces rich with  marble and gold leaf, and a modern and  *--���--'---*---��� warmth, and its daylight hours~lnove<r~  away from that position but stiU in the  ambient air of 68F to 70F. In other words,  the attempts to give it the special conditions it needs seem to have succeeded,  and the platit is responding with some  beautiful blooms. Two big pots of poin-  settifls had to be continually moved around  to get the sun, and we did get quite a bit,  while the Christmas cactus; an old, well...  established friend has responded very well  indeed to exposure to light after its  r  u <ffiViw'<?:.;  ���r  blocks away are rows of depressing streets  , with drab stores and apartment buildings.  The Russian stores have very few consumer goods and; there is little choice for  the buyer. The food served is uninspiring  and- usually without benefit of  refrigeration. Joan's view is, that the  Russian claim that they have no unemployment can be explained by the fact that  they make an unnecessary amount of work  of everything they do. She saw an example  of this when trying to get two tickets for a  circus. She had a 10 minute line-up in four  different queues before she had finally  gone through all the processes for securing  , the tickets. Also, since apparently nobody  " can lose, their job in Russia, there is a  great deal of incompetence and lethargy  due to lack of Incentive.  The Russian plane in whlchihey flew  between Moscow and Leningrad shook and  rattled as if it were in danger of falling to  picCes. There was only one stewardess and  .she had none of the grace and charm  which one has come to expect of western  stewardesses,  l/onlngrad which has been largely  rebuilt since the Inst war, is a moro ���  ���   modorn city than Moscow, Its network of  rivers and canals has earned lt tho title of  tlio Venice of the North.  BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN  Ih Poland tho caravan camped at  Krakow which has n history of conquest  and destruction dating back to Uio 13th  century. Warsaw'lias, been reconstructed  almost entirely from photographs, but  visitors ^re shOTyn  a -movie��� of-tho*  destruction of tho city by tho Prussians  .^,^1'i.rlng the last war, In Yugoslavia thoy  1      camped near tho University of Zagreb.  Thoy   found   conditions   extremely  primitive with very llttlo machinery and  most of tlio work being dond by manual  labour, Women worked In tho fields and  Uicro wero moro horses and carts than  enrs on Uio roads. After Uielr visits behind  tho Iron Curtain, tho Mackereths wore  happy  to  roturn  to tho  comparative  warmth and friendliness of Austria and  Gcrninny. Wurzburg, Germany, was ono  (     of tho places where they received a very  warm reception. Tho Director of Tourism  brought thorn a hugo goblc-t of tho famous  Steinberg wino, passing It around the  "' cutwrin liken  NORTH TO 8CANDANAVIA  Tho caravan's first stop ln Denmark  was Copenhagen where Uio MackeroUiu  Sweden theyewnped n| Jonkoplng, an  *"" 'iiltrhcUvT^ houses  against tho green country sldo. Thoro were  j   fine stores, but prices wero high,   '  With a fivo day stopover planned In  ,Y-���U '.������..'���������'.���  ' ' '        .   1 ���  to full sun through-a glass window can  cause damage. , ~  The other vital element is water ."This is  not to be confused with humidity, which is  a condition of the air. Unless the plants are  of the cactus or other desert variety, they  will benefit from standing on a pot of moist  pebbles, peat moss or sand. It is inadvisable, however, to let potted plants stand  in water for more than an hour or so at a  time.  Different plants need different water  Jreatment_just-as-needs vary���irrtem^  perature and light. Some may need  watering every day, some every second  day. The answer is a daily check with  action taken in response to obvious need.  Moisten, but never soak, Also remember  that even one day of drying out will kill the  ^ine~TSOt"1iltf_, and these will not revive  WltlTwaleFbu^m^btgrow again before the  plant can be serv^by-them^  There they are then, the~chief~three-  needs *- air temperature, light and water,  with the peculiar need of each growing  thing properly satisfied. The work and  care p^ys handsome dividends.  Are you part of the human race lC^L  or just a spectator? ', ^0M  pamiapaaitm,  \ rKOT-l  In t<Mf h*��n ����M l<fMM *'*. 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