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 1       I...  L  .���/������  Y  i ���  ��?���$���?"  :<:>:���'���:"<���'  *2-  By KERRA LOCKHART  For the merchants of Lower Gibsons, the  opening of Sunnycrest Mall was a $2.5 million,  100,000 square foot, carpeted realization that  they would have to do something to ensure  their economic survival.  On December 1 representatives of over 30  lower Gibsons merchants met in the Dogwood  Cafe on Marine Avenue to talk about the  future of their area.  y What the small, independent village stores  are concerned with is the consumer attraction of their mall rivals with greater  buying powers and inviting atmosphere.  So they are banding together to fight back,  to keep their customers and to lure the return  of those who have already deserted to the  shopping centre. The initiar decision taken  that night in the Dogwood was to form a lower  Gibsons merchants, association, this week  they will meet to elect an executive and hold  their first full meeting.  But on the Friday evening, December 3,  downtown Gibsons was quiet, a few. shop's  were open but there were not many  customers about. A mile away in the expanded mall people were everywhere,  pushing grocery carts, wandering through  the stores, just staring.  While parents examined opening week  specials their children waited in a restless  line for Santa Clause to appear. People were  relaxed and impressed with the surroun  dings; their impulse buying was high.  This $2.5 million building with its-bright  lights and soft, piped-in music is what.the  small, family owned business in lower Gibsons must compete against.  Along the zig zag stretch of Gower Point  Road and Highway 101 from the delicatessen  to the pool hall many of the stores have been  there for decades, establishing a dedicated  clientele who didn't mind getting wet walking  between shops and who had become adept at  quick crossings of the dimly lit street. Those  people looking for more selection or greater  comfort went to Vancouver, perhaps to the  Trail Bay complex in Sechelt.  But the village stores always-shared  enough money betweeen them to turn an  annual profit. If anyone did go broke someone  else was always willing to take their place.  But now the business people of lower Gibsons  are threatened in their own backyard and  they are hoping their merchants association  will provide an answer.  One Of the movers behind the association  is Mike Nutland of MTR holdings, the  Dogwood and a proposed neighbourhood pub.  Thursday afternoon we sit over cups of coffee  in the,cafe while above us someone hammers  away on the roof. Outside a blue VW completes its second circle looking for a parking  spot.  "I suppose," says Mike, "that you could  say we at the Dogwood were behind the  concept of a formal association. At least this  is where an awful lot of coffee was drunk  going over the idea."  "I don't think: any of the local businesses  want to get involved in a them versus us  situation with the mail", Mike says over his  second cup, "but then again I think we'd be  stupid not to recognize there is the danger of  losing our customers, Consumers are  notoriously fickle, they go where they get the  best bargain. What we as a group have to be  sure to do is give them what they want, an-  /  Jf"'  afc     ���*���*���*���������*���*     *.  i  YiP0*��p  V  LOWER GIBSONS is taking a good look  at itself and doing what it can to upgrade  what it sees. Here Jim Skinner nails up a  wooden front on the building which in-  2nd Class Mail  Registration No. 1142  eludes Raincoast Trading Company,  Nevins TV, Dogwood Cafe and the  barber shop. Merchants in Lower  Gibsons have banded together to form a  merchants association and are looking  at ways of attracting customers to their  area. ��� Timesphoto  ticipate and meet the market demand."  Mike goes on, "the heart of the business  community is right here, surrounding us and  what we can offer is casual, informal shopping but first we have to get this area cleaned  up. Look at our business environment, it's  totally grungy. We need to restore our  identity, it has been lost in a mish mash of  building additions, in 30 years of random  construction."  Above comes a renewed spat of hammering from the roof.  "We've tried to make this particular block  of stores attractive," explains Mike.  Originally our West Vancouver landlord  decided on a $100 paint job but instead we've  put out our own money and covered the front  with wood. It's made an incredible difference,  you should have seen this place before.  People are coming in all the time saying how  much they like it. That's what we have to  offer down here along with service, eye appeal. They have done a nice job on the mall  but it lacks character. We may be dirty but  we have charm."  I ask him if he thinks the mall will kill the  village stores.  "I vacillate," he replies, "between  thinking they are going to clean up and that  they've overextended themselves. I'm sure  we will see an initial business slump as people  go up there to see what all the fuss is about.  The mall is brand, spanking new, even the  doors squeak, people are impressed by that.  But one of the things they've had trouble  doing is attracting the established department chains, the Fields or Woodwards. Those  ��� See Page A-7  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek. Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Hrb., Madeira Park, Garden Bay, Irvine's Landing, Earls Cove, Egmont  Phone  885-3231  -This Issue 18 pages ���15c  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 14 ��� No. 2  Wednesday, December 8,1976  . Robert James Shannon has}been deported  -from Mexico and returned (a yancouverito  face charges in thajpurder of 'Bill Black of  Gibsons.,.. '"������s- -' !*'V\   ���^.;-';v       /���,  Shannon had been arrested November 29  in Mexico Cit^ after an ]S. dajT-^csr-aticncI'  manhunt stretching from Scotland to*th<eJ,arN  East that involved both the FBI and Interpol.  Black was killed by a rifle blast November  11 on the Roberts Creek property of Dal  Grauer. No firm motive for the slaying has  been established by the police.  The RCMP immediately issued a warrant  for the arrest of Shannon who had been living  on the Peninsula under the name of Shaun  Erskin McCOrd. The real McCord was later  found to be a Vancouver resident whose  identification had been stolen by the suspect  several years previously.  No details of the arrest have been released  but Supt. Bruce Northorp of the Vancouver  RCMP confirmed that investigators had  traced Shannon to San Diego and that he,was  known to be in the California city on  November 20.  He had previously been sighted in San  Francisco.  1 The FBI were also searching for Shannon  as he was wanted for escapting a state  penitentiary in Oregon. According to Northorp it was at first uncertain whether the  accused would be returned to Canada or the  United States.  Shannon is expected to be kept in custody  on the lower mainland and a date and location  for his preliminary hearing on the murder  charge will be set later.  Y *8"    .     *        i J"V  " ���*���   -a *  January 10 has been set as the new date for  the Sechelt Indian Band referendum. The  Department of Indian Affairs has given its  permission for the vote to be held that day on  the band's proposal for management of their  own lands, a proposal unique in Canada.  This will be the third referendum held on  the self-management concept. The first in  1973 was rejected because the Department of  Indian Affairs did not feel the wording was  legally adequate.  A second held November 22 this year  passed 77 in favor to 28 against; but the ruling  was that there must be a majority of the  voters eligible voting for the proposal. The  vote missed by two voters.  p        Y >.  ���^^X;��erat*Vt^  ���johfiaerit\about the results of the January  vote.       \   ���  "(The vote) is being co-ordinated for  January 10 at which time we are looking  forward to the'department of Indian affairs  confirming the management and administrative powers we have over our lands,''  a spokesman said.  He explained the history of the referendum this way. "During the past four years,  we, the Sechelt Indian Band have been  working with the Department of Indian Affairs and the Department of Justice to  assume greater responsibility for the  management and control of our lands. Under  Sections 53 and 60 of the Indian Act,  procedures are being established that will  give the Sechelt Band, through the band  council, the right to manage and lease all  band lands without having it have each lease  or permit approved by the deparment of  Indian affairs. This will form the legislative  basis for many local government functions  necessary in the management of our lands.  "Problems are being experienced with the  regulations and procedures in holding the  necessary referendum since this is the first  time Section 60 of the Indian Act is being  applied "with such a broad interpretation and  applicable policies and procedures have not  been developed by Indian Affairs," he said.  He ppyplained ftereasons why the band are  seeking sucn powers.10  [  "The assumption of land administrative  powers with a legislative basis will greatly  assist our attempts to establish our people as  a workable local government within our  community. It is our understanding that the  Department of Indian Affairs, Regional  Office, is putting special emphasis on their  Local Government Program with a view  toward establishing an equitable and  workable local government entity for Indian  Communities within British Columbia. We  encourage any such approaches that will  assist in Indian people establishing themselves with the socio-economic mainstream  of Canadian society.  *.*   ,4     *��{ **,  NOT EXACTLY SURE what to make of  the whole situation, a young lady and her  younger sister find room in the ample  lap of this kindly gentleman who popped  into Gibsons Sunnycrest Mall last  weekend to hear the requests of little  people. Santa encountered more than 200  lap-sitters during the first session and  will be back this weekend for more.  Santa reported one not so young lady  requested a Corvette.     ��� Timesphoto  **v***��  -p  ** >�� *��� **.  **c\ /*  .*. ��������������  %  ���* f  a. **~J  According to tho department of highways,  there is no need to have Redrooffs Trail  'gazetted.  In a letter to the Area 13 Ratepayers, Highways Minister Alex Fraser said, "The advice  1 have now received Is that there Is no real  need to gazette the trail because It is already  public under Section fi of the Highway Act. It  cannot be closed by anyone except the  minister of highways and public works and  then only by gazette notice. In other words, it  Is a fully public facility. Gazetting would  establish surveyed boundaries; but the  travelled portion of tho trail is now as public  as it would be If were gazetted."  The ratepayers association originally  requested some time ago tliat the trail Im?  gazetted. Department of Highways surveyors  Were reported on the alio; hut were culled off  by the minister.  The association then wrote to the minister  requesting the gazetting contluc, to make the  trail officially a public trail.  In his letter, Fraser continued , "This Is  the reason the highways department has  recommended against a gazette at this time,  but I Imve instructed that the situation lie  watched closely In tho event that there l�� any  attempted closure or need for maintenance  on the trail.  The trail Is a historical one connecting tlio  Redrooffs area with Halfmoon Bny and Includes a wooden |H!deslrian brldgo built by  the department of highways.  'John Nicholson, principal of Langloy's  Belmont Elementary has been appointed to  tho position of supervisor of instruction for  locnl schools. Nicholson will take over his now  Job on .January 1.  The hiring of a supervisor hns been  strongly opposed In the past by the Sechelt  Teachers Association but In a December 3  letter to the trustees STA president; Bob  Cotter, snld his association "accepts tho  position In a positive manner."  Tho letter added tliat the STA would  evaluate the position beforo this end of next  year and "requests that the Board not  rccutagorizo the supervisor as director,"  Tho lottor will be considered ot the  December fl school board meeting.  Ho previously taught In Knmloops, Hudson  Hope nnd Greenwood, lms been active ln local  teachers associations and In the professional  development of his collogues. Ills special  concern Is tho elementary rending program  and he Is currently enrolled in post-graduate  coursed on rending and early childhood  education.  B.C. Ferries has announced a new  schedule for the Langdale to Horseshoe  Bay crossing.  The changes, effective December 13,  most seriously affect Monday to  Thursday sailings with up to six cancellations on those days and new  departure times for many of the  remaining runs.  Currently the last weekend sailing  from Horseshoe Bay is 11:40 p.m. Under  the revised schedule it will now be at 11  p.m.  The last weekend sailing from  longdate has also been changed from  10:30 p.m. to 9:50 p.m.  According to the Ferries announcement, "Tho Queen of New  Westminster nnd Queen of Tsawwassen  will now serve Howe Sound between  Horseshoe Bay and Langdale, which will  increase vehicle and passenger  capacities on this route."  Most affected by the cutbacks will be  local commuters. People Hvin'g on the  Sunshine Coast and working in Vancouver who took the 7:40 sailing from  Langdale will soon have to leave at  either 6:45 a.m. or 9 a.m.  The 6 p.m. return sailing from  Horseshoe Bay has also been climated  and unless you catch the 5:10 p.m. run  the next sailing wiil not be until 7:30 p.m.  There has been no change in the  current Earls Cove to Saltery Bay  schedule.  The. new schedule is carried In an  advertisment in today's Times.  A court judge has refused to rule on  charges by a defeated Sechelt candidate,  that the November 20 municipal election  was invalid. 7  Judge David Campbell told fourth  place finisher Hugh Baird it was beyond  his Jurisdiction to decide whether two  illegal ballots cast by Sechelt  businessmen Dick Procter and Neil  Campbell on behalf of their companies  were grounds for a new election.  Campbell told Baird "there were  other routes he could follow" if he  wished to prosecute the two men but  Baird has decided against any further  action. "I would like to do something  about it but I just can't afford the cost.  The recount was far more expensive  than I've every thought it would be. The  lawyers fee was hugo."  In the official election, recount conducted by the judge in Vancouver on  December 2 tho final results remained  unchanged.  Joyce Kolibns and Frank, Leitner  both won two year terms. Leitner's  victory came as the result of a deciding  vote from village Returing Officer  Yvette Kent after he tied Frode  Jorgensen for the second and last  council seat.  Baird received 132 votes and was  followed by Hayden Killam and Ed  Nicholson who were fai, behind the  leaders.  Tho federal government hns some good  news for Coast Chllcotln's unemployed. A  $150 million employment progrnm is to bo  established In those regions hardest hit by tho  lack of jobs. $50 will be used for a winter  works program and tho rent of tho money will  bo channelled Into LIP projects. MP Jack  Pearsall says the money will gq to areas with  nn unemployment rate above seven per cent  which Includes part of this riding.  No new LIP applications will l>e accepted  but those turned down earlier this year will Ixi  looked at again and reconsidered for funding,  Pearsall noted "the remaining $50 million  will  be  used  for  federal  labor-intensive  projects In areas of high unemployment.  Funds will be provided to federal government  departments for projects such as repairs and  maintenance,taxational parks, construction  and maintenance of small craft harbour;! and  fisheries management projects," The MP  added that better administration of the  Unemployment Insurance Commission ns  well n.s iMittor co-ordlnntlon with Canada  Manpower havo resulted ln savings ln  Unemployment Insurance costs. Pearsnl  also confirmed that the UIC deficit had lieen  eliminated by nine por cent reducing the  wage limit required before premiums can Iks  paid Into tlio fund.  ou mn  t  Tho $100,000 winning ticket In the first  draw of the Western Express lottery Dec. 1  night is A 04 02274.  Holders of the samo number but In the  series B and C each win $50,000.  Three $20,000 prizes go to 03 43254 nnd  three $10,000 prizes go to 04 00200.  Prlr.es ranging from $25 to $1,000 go to  persons holding tickets with nt least tho  three last digits of the numbers drawn.  Winners must contact tho Western  Cnnndn Lottery Foundation, No. 1,  I-nkuviow Square,'Winnipeg, Man. The  lottery does not notify winners.  Gibsons Winter Club has now received  their full commitment of provincial government money promised to aid in the construction of the facility.  One third of the construction cost had iiecn  promised by the provincial government for  the recreation facility; but when the  governments changed last December, there  was some doubt as to whether or not the  money would lie forthcoming.  T(ie winter club leurncd this week that the  provincial department of recreation and  conservation has granted $1(5,000 toward tho  recreation facility,  The grant was part of $4,051,545 toward  recreation facilities In tho province under the  community recreation facilities fund.  The arrival of the money coincided with  the finishing of the lounge area in the four  sheet ctuiling rlnk,  Tho project had previous'^ rccu.,,v:  $50,000 from the provincial government.  Recreation minister Sam Bawlf had some  kind words to say about the project.  "Volunteer labor, donations nnd enthusiastic  community support played a major role In  making this recreational facility a reality,"  he said,  \  t 1-1  .mm.  The Peninsula^^^  Don Morberg, Managing Editor  of  "A free press is the unsleeping guardian  eve/y  other  right   that free  men  prize."-  ��� Winston Churchill  53 .- -  millllteS by Don Morberg  A youngster just about got throttled    Angeles earthquake or if there isn't any  Page A-2  The Peninsula Time's  Wednesday, December 8,1976  B.C. Ferries has sprung another one  on us.  This week's edition a contains the  newly revised B.C. Ferries sailing  schedule for'Howe Sound and it's apparently based on the premise that  ferries are only used on week-ends  during the winter.  Somehow, we find it difficult to get  too excited. We on the Sunshine Coast  have been fighting this ridiculous ferry  system and its atiministration who have  managed to give us everything they  want and somehow nothing we want.  Every time a ferry schedule change is  announced, we're in for a fight and we're  getting a little tired of it.  In discussing the ferry schedule  changes with a member of the Concerned Citizens Committee who brought  you such events as the Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade and the Great Ferry  Blockade, the topic of the never-ending  battle came up.  His suggestion was this; If the  Canadian Radio and Television Commission want to make some kind of  change in our electronic media, they  have a public hearing. There are public  hearings to cover land rezoning,  pipelines, school principal Wrings. Why  is it that the Minister of Transport can  sit back and play with the schedules of  the ferries which drastically affect our  lives here; but the public have no input  of any kind other than to howl in protest  when the decisions are announced.  According the CCA spokesman, his  group will be meeting this week and no  doubt the ferry schedule changes will be  one of the main topics.  With this minister, the pattern has  always been the same. The announcement is made without any consultation with the people affected. A  protest goes up. The minister digs in his  heels and we lose. It would be nice to see  a change.  last week and didn't even know it. He  and some companions were making  dirty footmarks in the new carpet in  Sunnycrest Mall and talking about the  new structure within earshot of a friend  of mine who was also investigating the  new structure.  parking or selection available. People  have to want to come to an area or a  shop and they want to be offered  something when they get there.  GIBSONS LANDING won't be able to  'compete' with the mall; but if they take  a good look at what they have and what  The young people were remarking in they can offer, they won't have to.  varied degrees about the structure. IF   THE   MERCHANTS   can   get  I should interject here that my friend, themselves   organized  and  make   a  like most people I've talked to, is very sincere effort to make the best of Gibsons  pleased with the new mall. I have to Landing, I think it would be a nice  admit I'm impressed as well; but then gesture on the part of the village council  being from the country, tall buildings to earmark some money to cleaning up  What do you think about this separation  business? First Quebec and now we have this  " group based in Victoria, I believe, who want  the western part of Canada to do the same.  What the hell is this country coming to?  The people who pioneered this land and  those who fought and died for it must be  turning over in their graves as the saying  goes. Perhaps both groups feel they are  suffering from inequalities and injustice, and  maybe with reason too but separation seems  to me to be a hell of a drastic step to take to  remedy their ills.  Of course it could all be a ploy with the  threat of separation being used to exert  pressure on the government by both parties.  By Quebec to gain more concessions and by  the West who feel the government is taking  - too much money from their rich resources to  make up for poorer provinces. This of course  is only my opinion, and as a very good friend  r-of mine says, Lam politically naive, so feel  ^freetff argue the- point i ���*A?if.: - XXT .  I have a hunch though that if separation on  both sides were to actually become a jeality  the rot would set in and we might well over a,  period of time become one of the United  States of North America. So much for this  week's, horror story.  AREN'T YOU GLAD you don't Uve in  Vancouver?  I hear the racial situation in it's Southern  part is getting worse. How bad it is I don't  know, but I hear many East Indians are  sporting T shirts with the following emblazoned on them. East Indian Defence  committee ��� Stamp out white dominance.  Seems to me to be a sure fire way to start  trouble, not avoid it. Of course when you hear  white people talking contemptiously about  'those bloody ragheads' what else can you  expect but trouble? For heaven's sake the  way this world is being populated we are  going to have to live with and show respect for  many races, so the sooner we realize this and  get on with it the better.  A WEEK AGO to day at the gentle insistence of my friendly doctor who by the way  is one hell of a nice guy, I toddled off down to  St. Mary's hospitalin Sechelt to have a series  of X Rays. I tell you it was real jolly fun. 1 lost  count of the number of pictures that were  taken but it seemed like enough! to fill a  family album. The experts took a number of  shots then put me on a stretcher, warmly  tucked in a blanket, and fed me a bottle of a  clear liquid intravenlously. It took about forty  minutes to empty so I lay there and tried to  look desperately ill every tlmo a pretty nurse  came by. They would smile at me as they  passed and I could imagine them thinking to  themselves ��� poor old chap, looks like it  won't bo long now. Not one of them hold my  linnd or laid a cool hand on my fevered brow,  Wasn't llko television at all. Anyway, another  bunch of pictures and I got tlmo off  (presumably for good conduct) before I was  called again. Tlmo for two cigarettes and  Iwck to the magic room again.  This time Iliad to drink n glass of liquid  while the pictures wore being taken. Now I  liad heard lots of stories ubout this chalky  stuff and I wasn't looking forward to drinklngi  it, oven though I had had nothing, to drink  slnco tho previous'day, but I need not havo  worried. It was pleasantly flavoured and was  most palatable. My thanks to tho gentleman  who mixed It for me.  I must say here I was most impressed with  iho efficiency of the x-ray department nnd  with the kindness shown me by the staff.  They are so busy that normally when a  person like me has to have so many pictures  taken they spread it out over two visits but  because they knew I had to drive down from  Madeira Park they made a special effort for  me and I am grateful to them.  FOG, FROST, ICE and snow. We can expect  any of them from now on so look to your  driving habits. Nobody wants to end up as a  statistic so check your tires and drive only as  fast as the prevailing condition will allow.  Let's all make it through the winter.  Editor, The Times,  Sir: Who said that French Canadians have  the mentality of a mule? They know what  they want out of their government. I qan't say  that for the people of this province; *tH v >;:  That is all we hear about since the Quebec  election, "What is Canada going to do about  it," you ask. The answer is very simple,  nothing. It proves that Western Canadians  are afraid of the separatist party. La partie  Quebecois was the only intelligent way to  vote.  Rene Levesque is our 20th Century version  of Louis Riel, fighting for what he believes in  and not what is the policy of our country.  Quebec wouldn't separate from Canada  until they have a majority vote for  'separation'. I feel thatQuebecers are right in  all respects.  I can trace my ancestors to the banks of  the St. Lawrance River 1634 and they spoke  both French and English. I don't blame  Quebec for pushing one language- at least the  French are not as ignorant as many others.  I'm proud of my heritage, the French  Canadians aren't as stupid as everyone thinks  he is. Benoit LePage  Gibsons  and things like that do tend to leave .  lasting  impressions on my hayseed  mind.  The reason that the mail pleased her  was that for the past umpteen years she  has been listening to people tell her that  they go to Vancouver to shop because,  "there isn't anything in Gibsons". So  she was wandering through the mall and  wandered alongside this pre-teen wet  blanket who remarked to his companion.  "It's nice; but it's just like Vancouver."  Thereupon she bodily restrained herself  from strangling the little darling.  IT'S ONLY partially coincidental  that the arrival of the mall is thrust upon  us at the same time as a move to  upgrade Lower Gibsons, the part I like  to refer to as Gibsons Landing.  For over a year now I've been sitting  in the Dogwood and listening to local  merchants and residents talk about an  upgrading of their area. Some of the  merchants have done something about  upgrading their facilities; some have  spent quite a bit of money and a great  deal of imagination in doing so. Other  haven't.  NOW with the arrival of the mall on  the hill, some of the other merchants are  beginning to see the light.  "It wouldn't be fair," one store owner  who recently spent a pile in renovations  told me, "to say that we are just doing  this because the mall has opened! We've  been talking about this for the past  couple of years. It might seem like sour  grapes or that we're afraid. It isn't and  we're not."  ANOTHER of the Lower Gibsons  people told me, "The thing is that you  can take the mail, and it's nice, and you  can drop it right, in the middle of  Phoenix, Arizona, and it would fit right  in. You can't take this building and put it,  the streets and generally making the  area a little more presentable.  Where are they going to get this  money? They've already got it. The  village was given $300,000 under the  neighborhood improvement fund and  that is exactly what the money should be  used for.  WITH A LOT OF WORK and a little  money, the Gibsons Landing area can  become a real 'character' area which  will be both a pleasant place to visit arid  also an attraction for out-of-town people.  It's been done in a number of areas and  it can be done here.  WHILE WE'RE talking, albeit indirectly, about Sunnycrest Mall, there  are a couple of things I would like to say.  about it. I don't often go around pontificating on shopping malls; but I think  this one is worth it.  I hope that the people who normally  take their shopping off the Peninsula  will take a close look at the mall before  they head off again. I don't like to see  people earning their money here and  spending it in the city. I'm willing to  spend a reasonable amount more here  than go to the city. Perhaps the new mall  can break the habit some people have of  going to the city even when, things are  just as cheap here.  ski  Seal  aches  bird mark  ' ; anywhere.  y here.**  WHETHER or not they will admit it,  the Gibsons Landing businesses are  more than a little concerned over the  presence of the mall. If they want to  survive, they have a couple of choices.  They can compete, head to head, which  is kind of suicidal or they can go after an  aspect of the economy which the mall  can't offer.  SIMPIJSTICALLY, they should offer  the people with money to spend  something which they can't get in other  places. There's an atmosphere in the  lower village which should be used and  developed by the merchants. There are  ways to minimize the problems of the  lower village and there are ways to  make it more attractive to the people  who have money to spend.  You can't just expect people to come  wandering in if the area is dirty, if the  shops look like victims of the Los  snys  Editor, The Times,  Sir: May I thank my friends for the kindness shown to me during my last serious  illness. ,  First the doctors and girls at the Medical  Clinic, Sechelt, B.C. especially Dr. Walter  Burtnick who rushed mo to St. Pauls Hospital  after an examination proved to be so serious.  My niece Carrie and Jim Tinspn who met  mc ot the airport and rushed mc to St. Pauls  Hospital, My special thanks to Pr. Maxwell,  the Surgeon who performed the operation nnd,  his assistants.  Special thanks to Rev, Father Munroe  who looked after my spiritual needs and the  Sisters and nurses who did so much to make  my stay In hospital as pleasant as possible.  Tho visitors who colled at the hospital  especially my sister and husband, Winnie and  Alf Shaw, and my niece Carrie Tlnson and  husband Jim who callc<| regularly each day  and cheered mc along.  Uist but not least the many friends who  sent flowers, get well cards nnd other gifts.  I give you nil my fondest thanks and I will  never forget your kindness.  W.J. Mayne  CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA  The Peninsula Times  A Gift Subscription to The Times has been entered  in your name, as a  "V  irom  We hope you will enjoy many hours,  of interesting reading in the months to come.  Please advise us immediately if the addressing is not correct.  THE PENINSULA TIMES  Box 310  Sechelt B.C. -VON 3A0  CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA  :7:7 H'7 Wft: mi^imfcx HY mW' WM-i:':  77'< H 7 B j m' HKB;�� la 7 H A. ��� ����� BBS 7  B.C. Tuberculosis-Christmas Seal Society  President Alex Clark, a Prince George  chartered accountant, today appealed to  British Columbians to respond generously to  the 1976 Christmas Seal Campaign. Clark  It belongs-here; it's part of V;said,"because we"send the Christmas Seals^  in early November to accommodate overseas"*  mailers, many people set them aside and  have forgotten about them by the time  December arrives. We are appealing to those  people, who may have put our initial appeal  letter up on the mantle, or into a drawer, to  send us a contribution today. Any and every  contribution, regardless how small, will be  greatly appreciated."  Funds derived from the annual Christmas  Seal Campaign are the sole source of income  Of the B.C. Tuberculosis-Christmas Seal  Society, a voluntary health agency  established in 1922, which today provides  finances to medical research projects, public  and professional education programs and  assists in the construction of health care  facilities. Goal for the 1976 Campaign is  $620,000.  Contributions from the Sunshine Coast  area total $1,190.00 approximately one-third  of the area target of $3,400.00. The Christmas  Seal committee chairman for the Sunshine  Coast is Mrs. Patricia Murphy of Halfmoon  Bay.  Doc, 9 ��� School Board Mooting, Chatolech Jr. Soc. School, Socholt. 7:30 p.m.  Doc, 11 ��� lady Lions Bako Salo, Trail Bay Mall,  10 a.m. Procoeds go to Charity.  Doc, 17 ��� Sunshlno Coast Figure Skating Club Demonstration. 4:15 to 6:45   p.m.  at tho Arona.  Doc. IB -- Sunshlno Coast Arts Council Bazaar, Sonlor CHI-eons' Hall, Socholt, 10*4 p,m.  Loglon  Jan, 12  EVERY FRIDAY  EVERY  MONDAY  P.H. Egmont Social Crodlt. Wino ft Chooso parly, Mqdorla Park  0:00-10:00 p.m. Tickets avail, from Mrs, McFarlane 003-9041,  EVERY THURSDAY  ���Pondor Harbour Community Club Bingo, CommunltyHall, Madeira Park  ������8:00 pm, Bingo Pondor Harbour Community Hall,  --Gibsons "TOPS" mooting at, Public Hoalth Contro, 1:30-3:00 pm  1 pm-3 pm, Gibsons Unltod Church Women's Thrift Shop.  Socholt Totom Club Bingo.Rosorvo Hall, 0:00 p.m., Evoryono Wolcomo,  - Ejphlnstono  Now Horizons group rogular  mooting,  Roberts Crook Community Hqll, 1 ;30 p.m. First mooting Sopt. 20.  EVERY MONDAY Carpot Bowling, Socholt Sonlor Cltlzon's Hall ���1:30-4 pm  EVERY TUESDAY     ���0 pm, Al-Anon, St. Aldan's I (allot Roberts Crook.  . h  EVERY 3RD TUESDAY -- Gonoral Mooting of Solma Park Community Contro.  Community Hall, 0:00 p,m, '  EVERY 3RD WEDNESDAY   ��� Roborts Crook Community Assoc, Roborts Crook Hall, 0 pfn  EVERY 2ND WEDNESDAY   6 pm,Chambor of Commorco Exoc Mooting, Bank of Montreal, Socholt  EVERY 4TH WEDNESDAY,     Pondor Harbour Aroa A Hoalth Clinic Auxiliary, ,  Old Flrohall, 7:30 pm  EVERY WEDNESDAY -~ Sonlor Clllxons Dancing, 1:30 p.m., Sonlor Citizens Hall.  1ST THURSDAY OF MONTH   *���Timber Trails Riding Club mooting, 8 pm, Wilson Crook  Rod ft Gun Club,  COZY CORNER CAMERAS  ' ,i),iiar0(il|p|pl(i(tp|>p,)llp *ii|P|p|!at, * rapulti  * (iliPitppllnlllllPty * |ppPM|Ppitl |il,|p(tai  ' < ipallpftP, lllh -riaanliiD  H  ifes md Serwice  o O.jiX*.  ��� Wolvo  ��rcruiser  ;&      You'll be swept away to a Never Land  ^- *. of spectacle and song!  -A  '<a3��|G|'  ' Re-releswd by BUENA VISTA DISTRIBUTION CO . INC �� Wall Disney Productions  - ,   Y        ���  ��� 7 'l-  ' '  1   . .f ���    ��� ��� i4- > ���      *y 1 *> .  HURS., DEC. 9, FRi.. DEC.  at 7 p.m.  , DEC. 11 - matinee af 2  - evening at 7  NOTE TO PARENTS  �� earlier show for children  for your convenience  ��� general ���  p.m.  p.m.  !  WHERE'WESTWOPpLD'STOPPED  illiyliiiliiiiliis  "iJ r Vn I IN =1' :S''>:Ayyky.y.y:yyns4m^$'iA-: Y%;��Y**��?  VM.I��� N^.H^Paa^Yi/SjiY''!^^  IpSfPiFEKIi  BilillillS  liiilREliilll  .Hlpf   i.  PETER FONDA ��� BLYTHE DANNER  ."FUTUREWORLD"  nn AMI.MIDAN INTI;HN/\TIONAI. PlC'l I.JI-H-  ARTHUR HILL    M**  nine. nr.Mrr-inn  YUL BRYNNER ,,  im il't) GurmiiriLjt,''  SAT., DEC. 11 at 9 p.m.  SUN., DEC. 12, ION., DEC; 13,  TUES., DEC. 14  at 8 p.m.  general  r         _ . 3*m����Q^ ���>.  !  i  IJBffiBtlfflgBW  �����3*2  5���B  '���'$, A A  X,   i  Ji  7  1  '���;  ���  Y  /  '    /  I  ;, i.  ���ri  (   I  f  i^aBW  Wednesday. December 1,1976  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  At KEN'S we are constantly alert to the  special non-food needs of our shopping  public. When we get a bargain we like to  ��a.  roni quW^B^  taste tempters  X[X:XX:W^W^.  STMAS FRUIT BREAD  European Style - ���  Jruriy riXlflS...      Here are just a few of the many we have on hand:  * MAS TAi OLD FASWQNED, iMNHAHAN, ORANGE &  LEfiilON SQUASH LIME JUICE (sweet & unsweetened)  ICE SHAVER "ICE PET" EASY TO OPERATE, FOR SNOWCONES,  SLUSHES, ICE FOR SEAFOOD, DESSERTS & COCKTAILS  ;u*  ��� ALOHA SALTED M^  along with a complete variety , mixed nuts, cocktail, cashew, dry & roasted  * NALLEY'S POTATO CHIPS Triple Pack, all flavors, 225 gm  59'  $��m  '/�����  K4  ><3\  xr:  c*.  -^2  ���Z_->~t.  4  V1^  Stocking������MuffeysMx  * EDDYLITES DISPOSABLE  BUTANE LIGHTER  no refilling, no reflinttng, reg. $1.29 AAC  SPECIAL  .-...��� .-.....   %W /  ��� KEILLER'S BULK CANDY  Scottish candies from Dundee for your. dd^  childrens'Christmas parties. 1 Ib. . 9<*#  .-��� CANDY CANES  6/49��    12/89c  v  <^b  fa  ���TS'j  ASSORTED CHOCOLATES     $  or Chocolates & deluxe Nuts [no peanuts] .. 1 LB.  ASSORTED CHOCOLATES     $fi00  or Chocolates & deluxe Nuts [no peanuts] .. 2 LB.  ASSORTED CHOCOLATES $*f  or Chocolates & Deluxe Nuts [no peanuts] 3 LB. I  CHEESE PACK  No. 1 DELUXE  v PEAK FREANS Til  BISCUITS  assorted docoratod scones,  500 gms, from           ��� CROSS & BLACKWELL  PLURA PUDDINGS so,>  [ovor 1 lb.]  p?^  i#  !  ���<tff".S'  For that long drive home after  the party why not have a cup of..  ������ WHOLE RQASTED COFFEE  our spoclal blond, ground to suit your nood.  $��M5 $^39  ......       &t        Deluxe Blond ... Am  lib.  ,/���;  ��� ft ,  >��!?!,'  '! * V'    '  ���'*,��.;���  ^*<st  A5  S~  ilr HILL'S BROS. EUROPEAN  STYLE COFFEE $12s  vionoaso, moca, caprl, bavarian mint, 1 Ib. ,. jL  ��� BUNN COFFEE FILTERS    ^c  0 cup, 50 for .. > Oi>#  ���!���, i.i{w ,^,ifaa^.l.i.a.  i *; e 1  1 lb. CHERRi!  BRANDY & S  WINE BOX  [comploto with chocolates & nuts] ��� ��� ���  LIQUOR BOX  [comploto with chocolatos ft nuts] ,..  5 lb. CHOCOLATES  or Chocolato ft Nuts   place your orders Now for  * cheese packages  * cake packages  * wine & liquor packages  * chocolates & nuts  ��SPECIAL PRICES  FOR  LARGE ORDERS��  eluxe  $25-$50 5%0FF  over $50 10% OFF  oxcopt packages containing wino or liquor  fa  *8- \ Kfc-  *      af  N^L  ���.���0.        i>.  if1"-!  **v ���-���'-  ���*���;.*���  ]  r~:  f-f  �� .a. 4  j*,l �����.��*-%-.la  [7] CJI^jLtI  /-r  -ri  mmm.  ���,.  t  i  fRBStolKaqam/i/ipft  2SSS  3S  ���W  ��aaai��ag  38S  MmsmmmttmsMsmmmm^m  /'. X )  ..))  (���  7<  ���\- ���      i  \   V  /   7  (    xx  I'  X:   7  ���,*)  ��� i   Page A-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 8,1976  -     **���*,- ���   -������    _    . ���      '.    _ y.-   '  '��� ��� .    ���      ���  - ���._'���  Happenings around the Harbour  BAZAAR A SUCCESS  The Egmont Community Club Bazaar was  a complete success, financially, also they had  a good turnout of people and their goodies  were gone in no time. The winners of the.,  raffles were: First prize, Charles McKenzie;  second, Doris Edwardson; third; Coleen  Silvey. The winner of the lamp raffle was  Winnie Earle. Doll raffle was won by Chris  Silvey and the door prize by Helen Jerema.  EGMONT GRAPEVINE  Mrs. Hurd of Egmont is now in St. Pauls  Hospital. Stan Silvey is home, again after  spending several days in St. Mary's. Ruthy  Silvey is working at A & W in Vancouver and  enjoys her job as a cook.  EMERGENCIES  On Friday November 26th, 1976, Mrs.  Wright of Garden Bay suffered a heart attack  at 5 a.m. and was rushed to St. Marys hospital  by local ambulance. The attendants were  John Nelson and Marion Bilcik. This is the  fourth emergency now since the arrival of our  new ambulance. Mr. Simms of McQuittys  resort in Madeira Park was also rtished to  hospital under the capable attention of Mark  Doris Edwardson 883-230S  Myers and Judy Wilbee.  Mrs. Bill Scoular was also in need of the  ambulance last week,iand for the first time  the ambulance was not readily available as it  was out on a motor vehicle accident call north  of Kleindale at the time; but Joan Clarkson  was notified and the ambulance from Halfmoon was on its.way.  Mrs. Scoular is now recovering nicely at  St. Mary's Hospital.  LEGION BR. 112  Tickets are now available at the bar of the  Legion Br. 112 for the New Year's Eve Dance.  They are $7.50 per person and there will be no  reservation tickets, as it is on a first come  basis and the tickets are limited so get yours  early.  On November 18, Russ Clark will be at the  Legion to provide the musical entertainment'  for the evening. The kitchen at the Legion is  now open in the evenings except, for times  when the haU is booked for some event. It is  also open on Mondays.  Horsecollar on the Shuffleboard is every  Tuesday evening and is open to all players,  plus the Dart League is in full swing.  By STEVE WILLIAMS  Book covers that imitate laundry  detergent boxes are few and far between.  In fact, there may only be one.  If so, "Soapy Cleans Up" has won a  place in Canadian literary history.  Whether! its contents are equally arresting  is up to the reader.  , The author of "Soapy Cleans Up,"  Richard von Fuchs, is a -ferry worker  living in Courtenay. He also happens to be  a candidate for the NDP nomination in the ,  new federal riding of Comox-Powell River.  In a few words on the cover, Mr< von Fuchs  describes the book as "a case study of the  functioning of capitalism in the Canadian,  hinterland." *  The story is set in Boondock, B.C., a  coastal community that was quietly going  about its own business until opportunity  knocked on the door of one of its more  enterprising residents and the central  character in the book ��� Elmo Boomer.  had the potential to "make good," and  needed only a little push from a visiting  relative���Uncle Samuel from south of the  border.  You see, the people of Boondock didn't  wash their own dishes. They hired people  to wash their dishes, ahd the dishwashers  were in such demand that they had to hire  other people to wash THEIR dishes.  When vacationing, Uncle Samuel  happens to drop in for a little fishing and.  brings along his new invention ��� an  automatic dishwashing and drying  machine. Elmo sees his destiny in a flash.  Uncle Sam is "persuaded" to leaves a  demonstrator behind, the modest  beginning of what would become Boondock's major industry ��� Soapy Elmo's  Dishwashing Ltd.  Elmo's dishwashing catches on like  Macdonald's hamburgers, and as the dishwashing empire grows, so grows the town.  Starting to get the picture?  "cleaned up," Elmo decides to sell out to  his Uncle Sam. Soapy Elmo's becomes  Uncle Sam's Dishwashing of Canada Ltd.,  and Soapy has enough free time to become  the mayor of Boondock.  Elmo was a thinking young man who a       But it can't last for-ever, and having Meanwhile, all the people who used to  wash dishes are unemployed, and all the  business (anrT/the money) goes south of the  border to Uncle Sam.  What happens next is what every one-  industry town lives in fear of, whether the  industry is American of Canadian-owned.  Of course, there is far less we can do about  it if that industry is controlled by  American interests, and tliat is precisely  the point of Mr. von Fuch's book.  The author has said that one of the key  items in h.9 political campaign will be  resistance of what he calls the "accelerating American takeover."  "Soapy Cleans Up" is a fun book,  getting the message across with a wry  humor that is much more digestable than  the blanket anti-Americanism that seems  to possess many nationalist Canadians.!  And the illustrations by Peter Lynde are *  excellent.  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Scott  ���'  TUESDAY  .DECEMBER 14  ��� ���  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL S  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 12  00  :15  :30  :45'  All In  Night  To Llvo  Genera  Hospital  Cont'd  Anothor  World  Tho    '  FBI  Edge Of  Night  All In     ,  Tho Family  Match  Gamo  Part  Two  Tho  All  an  All In  The Family  Match  Gamo ,  ;00  ;15  ':30  45  Tako      ' ,  Colobrlty  Cooks  Edno Of  Night  Dusty's  Trochousa  Movlo t Take  "It Thirty  Started Colobrlty  With A Kiss" Cooki  Dlna  Dlna  Dlna  Dlna  Hamol  Show  Tattlo-  talos  I Droam  Of Jeannie  M  :15  30  ;45  It's Your  Choice  Clectric  Company  Tho  Morv  Griffin  Show  Glonn  lord  Dobblo  fyoynoldi  Tho Liicy FmorQoncy        Another Funorama  Show Ono iWorlel Funorama  ChlMrons fmorrjency     ������ Brady Gllllgnn's  Shows ,      Ono 'ii,iDuncli Island  To Toll  tho Truth  Christmas  Spoclal  Spoclali  "llttlo  Womon"  Cont'd  Tony  Orlando  And  Down  Douglas  Show  Concentration  M>by  Vinton  Stan  Onlco  8  oo  ;1fi  30  45  Happy  Day*  King Of  Konilnnlon  Tho Year  Without  Santa  C|aui  Han  Ikia  hack  Shoo*1)  (loppy  Dayi   .  King Of  K��nilnrjlon  Tony  Orlando  And  Daw'n  Hawaii  ���Ivo-O ,  Hawaii  \ Ivo-O  l.oi'i Mnko  A Don!  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The  Doctors  The  Doctors  Douglas  Show  Concentration '  Repay  ���  Replay  Headline  Hunters  Hollywood  Squares  Doctor At  Sea  :00  :15  :30  :45  Rhoda  Rhoda  Phyllis  Phy  is  Movlo:  "Victory  At  Entebbe"  The Little  Drummer  Bob  Hope's  Rhoda  Rhoda  fell!;  Rhoda  Rhoda  Will  Tho  Waltons  The  Waltons  Switch  Swltc i  Swltc 1  Switch  10  11  12  11  00 Th��  l�� Nnllonl-I  30 N n��ly  45 Mlnutei  -Jowl  How��  vA*v|0|  "Stranne  B  ��WI  ���Wl  IO  tonldht  Nowi  Nowi  Nowi  Nowi  Nowi  Nowi  Movloi  "Kolak,  IJunnlnut  Co    "  -out V  Movloi  Kojciki  12  00  Ifi  90  49  4jn��ly  vMnntoi  lv��  llomacomlno"  Robert  gulp  ont'd  Jltow  110  aiilflht  ihow  Movlei  "lost [on  Dayi Of  Hlfle  Over Tho  W-ifr''  'l��r"  S avo Ii  Movloi  "Mexican  Slayrlelo"  Cortrvi  ���  Ov��r Tlio  Water''  Savnlni  YOU'RE IN GOOD HANDS WHEN YOU SHOP AT  COWRIE ST.  & LEATHER GOODS  885-9345  SECHELT  Fnont Pago  Challenge  All In ,  The Family  Anthony  Hopkins  RlcWd  Dreyfuss  Christmas  Show  Cont'd  Cont'd  Front Page  Challenge  AH In  Tho Family  Maude  Maude  All's  Fair  Pig &,  Whistle  One Day At  A Tlmo  Movie:  "How To  Succeed In  Buslnoss  Newsmagazine  Man  Alive  Burt  Lancaster,  Ellzaboth  Taylor  Perry  Como's  Christmas  Show  Newsmagazine  Man  Allvo  San Diego  Billy  Graham  Crusade  The  Streets Of  San  Francisco  Without  Really  fcffis"  Tho  National  Ninety  Minutes,  Nows  News  The  Avengers  News  News  Tho  Tonight  News  News  News  News  News  News  Movie:  "The  News  News  Nows  Nows  Morso  Cont'd  Movie:  "The  00 Llvo  15 tSlnoty  30 Minutes  45 Llvo  Tho  va rigors  Tho  Avengers  ft  Sliow  The   ,  Tpnlght  Show ,  Movie: Family Movlo. Family  "Waterholo 3" Nobody ''Heaven Nobody  James Wanted" With A '   Wanted"  Coburn Cont'd Gun" Cont'd  louseBioiasr:  "SHOP FOR THE CAB! OBI TRUCK OF YOUR CHOICE,  NEW FORDS OR ANY HAKE AND HODEL OF USED  VEHICLES"  A colloct call or lottor to E.E. Mlckoy Coo at RICHPORT FORD 566 No. 3  Road; Richmond will rocolvo prompt porsonal attontlon and local dolIvory  if roqulrod.  Our Loaso Dopartmont ratos aro eompotltlvo and wo havo a loaso option  to purchase plan for Individuals as woll as iho floot or company buyor.  For tho hoavy duty truck buyor our oxpandod truck lot has a good stock  of now and usod vehicles.  As I will bo making rogular trips to tho Ponlnsula |ust call or wrlto and I  will bo ploasod to stop In and discuss your roqulromonts with you.  On tho spot appraisals and bank torms avallablo. Whon you soo this sign  on any car I am driving stop mo and "BUY IT" as It will bo a spoclal low  prlcod aalo unit.  RICHPORT FORD SALES LBHITED  E.E. | Mlckoy] Coo  Dut!n*>6��: 273-7331  Ro-aldonco: 271-0406  asta '     ���   7  7  7        .   j  �����r��"��^��"  a*  ' i   V  *��J^     a.     '  "^  ����������� an^J^jb*--.  yTw**��- j^L. .** "���"-���I  The Peninsula Times Page A-5  Wednesday, December 8,1976      .  !100 winner  Anne Fitchett was a $100 winner of the  Lions 600 Club December 3.  The ticket was drawn by Gladdie Davis at  the Bank of Montreal, Gibsons.  Christmas Fireplace Matches, Tags,  Ribbons, Cellophane Rolls, Sheen, Tie-cords,  etc. etc.���Miss Bee's,, Sechelt.  mi\  that WESTERSUND CHEMISTS, the!  PHARMACY    in    Madeira    Park,  wishes    you    warmest    Season's  Greetings   and   will    be   closed I  December 24th to 29th Inclusive.  Chevron,  883-2392  Tender Harbour Uievron  corner Hiway 101 & Francis Peninsula  complete auto repairs  * undercoating  . * steam cleaning  "specializing in  Volkswagen"  CHARGEX  * propane for sale  GOVT CERTIFIED  CHEVRON CREDIT CARD  MECHANIC  MASTERCHARGE  FIRE, FOAM and an overheated  asbestos storage tank resulted in a  smokey atmosphere at Coast Paving  last week. Some employees of the Mason  Road firm view the excitement, as the  Sechelt Fire Department quickly controls the blaze,  ��� Timesphoto  COMPLETE RQQFIHG  SERVICES  *TAR& GRAVEL*  SHINGLES & SHAKES  Commercial & Residential  sechelt, 885-9585  Powell River, 483-9041  Animal Tales  in Travelling with Toto  Taking the family pet along on a trip  should be an enjoyable experience for both  you and your pet. The first step towards  having a 'mobile pet' is to get it accustomed  to travelling in the car. This should be done as  soon as you obtain your pet as a puppy or  kitten.  Whenever you are going out on a short car  trip, take the little one with you. These short  trips will help your pet get used to the  movement of the car, and before long he will  love the car ride. Take along an old towel or  cover the seat with a blanket as there may be  a few accidents at first. Don't give up your  patience as it is certainly worth it in the end. I  would also recommend having a passenger  with you to prevent your pet from climbing on  ���i your head while you are trying to drive. There  is nothing more ridiculous than allowing an  animal to climb on the driver's arms or sit on  the dash as this could, surely cause an accident., ���' _ -;  Teach your pet, particularly if it is a large *���  dog, to stay 'in the back' and give this command until he learns not to bounce back and  forth. Any whining or barking should be  discouraged as this entices other dogs on the  road to chase after your vehicle as well as  giving the driver a severe headache.'  .'. Taking a young kitten along in the car is  just as important as taking a young puppy  along. Cats often enjoy car rides as much as  dogs ��� but they have to get used to it first. If  you already have an older cat who hates car  rides, then he should have his own little box or  cage that can be put into the car with the cat  inside it. Do not attempt to take such a cat in a  car especially if you are alone, They will often  wait until you are doing 50 m.p.h. on the highway before they will go completely biserk and  start flying around the car.  If your pet drools alot from the motion of  the car, then often a little air may help. Roll  the window down a couple of inches. This is  also extremely important if you are leaving  your pet in a parked car! Do not allow your  pet to hang his head out the window when  going over 30 m.p.h. as the wind and bugs can  irritate the eyes, If motion sickness persists,  then consult your veterinarian for the correct  dose of gravol for your pet. Do not feed your  animal immediately before a car trip, and  always exercise him as he can relieve himself  before you commence the journey. I would  also recommend stopping every two hours to  allow your dog to stretch his legs and pause  for the cause. Always keep your dog on a  leash in a new area since any typo of  distraction may cause him to dart across tho  highway.  If you are planning to stay at motels or  campsites always check In advance which  ones allow animals. If your pet Is to travel by  train or plane, you will probably liave to  obtain n shipping crate. Tho same rules apply  ������ an nnln.nl will not mind being cooped up  for a short time in a vehicle or crate if- you  help him get used to It ahead of time. Setup  the crate In your home a few weeks ahead of  lime. Put his blankets and toys Inside and  allow him to sniff It nnd sleep Inside It while  you nre there to calm his nerves. This Is also  helpful to your pet if he hns to stay at the vets  . or at n kennel for any length of time, a well  disciplined animal will usually behave  himself under such circumstances there ls  nothing worse than a pet frantically trying to  claw or chew his way our of a cage.  If you are crossing the border Into tho  United States, your dog will require a rabies  vaccination If hois over throe months of age.  The regulation states that the first Injection  should be given thirty days beforo crossing,  or else you may not be allowed to take your  dog with you. If you aro allowed to cross  licfore the thirty day waiting |>erlod, then you  aro fortunate lo havo a lenient border guard.  Since you never know who will cheek, Its  hardly worth the risk to try More the thirty  days. The rabies vaccination should be given  annually If you are crossing tho border  regularly. After the first vacelnntlon, there Is  no waiting period if the boo.ster Is given on or  before* the date one year from the previous  vaccine.  If you are travelling with a cnt, the ixirder  by Jennifer Thompson  often requires a health certificate signed by a  veterinarian stating mat your cat is free of  contagious diseases. It is best to check with  the health of animals as to the current  regulations especially if you are travelling to  Mexico or abroad.  If all else fails and your animal will not  behave himself while travelling, do not  hesitate to leave him at a boarding kennel.  These people enjoy the animals and will care  for your pet just as you do. If possible, ask the  kennel owner to show you around so you can  see where he will stay. Although it may cost  you a little more to leave your pet at a kennel,  it will give you peace of mind to know he is in  responsible hands so you can relax and have a  holiday.  COUCH Uflif cro.  Wed. - Dec. 8th  Thurs..- Dec. 9th  Fri.-Dec. 10th  Wed.-Dec. 15th  Thurs.-Dec. 16th  FOR THE BENEFIT OF  PENINSULA RESIDENTS,  S.M.T. COACH LINES LTD.  WILL BE OPERATING A  Special Christmas Shoppers'  Bys to Vancouver  ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:  Fri.-Dec. 17th  Wed. - Dec. 22nd  Thurs. - Dec. 23rd  Fri. - Dec. 24th  DEPARTING FROM: Madeira Park at 9:15 a.m.  Sechelt at 10:15 a.m.  Langdale at 11:15 a.m.  ARRIVING AT: Vancouver at 12:45 p.m.  DEPARTING FROM: Vancouver at 6:15 p.m.  Trays with Tray Slings, a Very colorfull  gift idea.���Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Regular passenger fares will apply,  for additional information phone:  88&-2217  *%fean> total c&&tn4> <Uttf t&e <uuup&  o�� $6r>ti<tfm<M> at ScuutycneM 'Tfflatl  15 -14:30 p.m. Gibsons Elementary Childrens Choir  Dec. 17 ~ 7-8 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary Band & Choir  Dec. 22 -14:30 p.m. Pioneer Girls  Professional Photographer Harvie AAcCracken is in  the new mall every Fri. from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. and  Sat. from 2:30 to 5 p.m. taking Santa Claus pictures ���.���/-���I  pm*n*f" ���fi��pi��i^'*��"wll'��^'litq*itiPW��^WW.ji  *A  I*, 'a***  ���-t 'i  PETE'S  [formerly Day & Nite Towing In SecHolt]  P. Hemstreet  Box 224  885-2528  (mobile YR3-8094)           -As  NEW AND SPACIOUS, Sunnycrest  Centre mall attracted as many onlookers  and investigators as shoppers during its  first full week of operation last week.  Although still not completed in many  respects, the mall now has 12 shops and  stores in full operation and more are  expected to be opening soon. This is the  upper level of the mall with the main  entrance, SuperValu, Fawkes Books and  Stationary and Gift Flowers.  ��� Timesphoto  PageA-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 8,1976  HEY! GOT A MINUTE?  Once again some very important decisions are being make about  YOUR MONEY without any attempt to ascertain your feelings. This is  particularly critical in the question regarding the use & modification of  school recreation buildings to make those buildings more functional for.  the use of all taxpayers uses and needs.  You will receive, by mail, a survey card from the Recreation and  Parks Commission of the S.C. Reg. District.  Please, pretty please, fill out this card and return to Box 800, Sechelt  or deposit in Ballot Boxes in the following locations, they MUST be  returned before Christmas to be effective. We apologize for the short  notice, it was unavoidable. '  Lloyd's Store Garden Bay  Harbour Supply, Madeira Park  I.GA. Store. MADEIRA Park  B&JStore. Halfmoon Bay  Post Office, Halfmoon Bay  Western Drugs, Sechelt  Kruse Drugs, Sechelt  Roberts Creek Store, Roberts Creek  Gibsons Co-Op, Gibsons  Western Drugs, Gibsons  LOWER  LEVEL of   the  Sunnycrest   and stores including the Party Shop,    Yoshi's   Restaurant,   Richards   Mens  Centre Mall has a wide variety of shops   Gibsons   Western   Drugs,   You-Dells,    Wear, Kits Cameras, and Cactus Flower  Meets your needs for:  high  earnings on  balances of  $1,000 and  more  any term which suits your plans  no risk of capital erosion  With thoso foaturos:  30 day to 6 year terms available of minimum  $1,000  prior encashment permitted at small Interest  adjustment after 24 hours minimum* notice  fully registered In single or joint names, in  Trust or Estates (also for businesses)  may not be transferred to another holder  automatic advice prior to .maturity to allow  tlmo for reinvestment decision  Intorost paid:  ralo at Issuo Is guarantood  ratos   change  froquontly  to   koop   up   with  markot tompotitlon ~  ploaso ask for current  ratos  paymont made direct to your account April  30th and Oct< hor 31st and/or on maturity  tax rocoipts Issued for yourconvonlonco ,  Sorvlco chargos: no chargos  Moots your needs for:  payment   of   interest   monthly   to  regular income  competitive rates ,  no risk of capital erosion  With thoso features:  $5,000 minimum, no maximum  terms available from 2 months to 6 years, or  any selected maturity in between  principal can bo redeemed at any time at  small   interest   adjustment   after   24   hours  minimum* notice  fully registered In single or joint namos, in  Trust or Estates (also for businesses)  not transferable to anothor holder  automatlce advico prior to maturity to allow  for roinvostmonj decision  Intorost paid:  attractive rango of ratos ��� ploaso ask for  current quotes  paymont mado directly to your account, or by  chequo at tho ond of oach month  tax rocoipts issuod for your convonionco  Sorvlco chargos: no chargos  be-m:  3ffSSB  -^vt-y.*  wraiiy  se jk.  .*��-  X:x- :1y tl^Ms^l' '^!,3y , ���-''  ��� ii   iMn-wi*iainu,i     mm   ��l*��fclH^iin..M,a��MaaM. ������ *���-��*��� fcwi*ia*k. .���a��� >Ajiiwn*t in u *>i��.n^i*��. iiii-pi *m>*w* Bth 11 um * ���*������ -*���������-.i*--*! af-i r-hi  w*  --I- 'fif-r-iw���ii-i -ii��� ���i i-��j-iurif-i_iirMiiT_i   ij*"ii"��   iii-s���- ���   * unmn ������*��������� *  ���*��� m-n--i������ ���  ;i ffi^BSESg^iiS***^ ��� I  ���>wi ���';  *" Taf-Sff Mr' Y^  s     s 't+fv i ***      ���%>���   "���  ��� v.      -      ���     ���*. - S *-   - -A'     '��'W*pK,^*,<*��fl*#:  " Queen of New Westminster" and " Queen of Tsawwassen" will now serve Howe Sound between Horseshoe Bay  and Langdale, which will increase vehicle and passenger  capacities on this route.  HOWE SOUND XXX,:.. ,a76  Vancouver-Sechett Peninsula  LV HORSESHOE BAY  LV LANGDALE  FRI, SAT, SUN  MON-THURS  FRI, SAT, SUN  MON-THURS  7:��5 am  7:55 am  6:45 am  ��� 6:45 am  10:10  10:10  9:00  9:00     '  11:15  11:15  10:00  10:00  12:25 pm  12:25 pm  11:15  11:15  1:35  1:35  12:25 pm  12:25 pm  3:50  3:50  2:45  2:45  5:10  5:10  4:00  4:00  6:20  5:10  7:30  7:30*  6:20  6:20  8:40  7:30  10:00  10:00  8:40  8:40*  11:00     0:50  I  i  jervis inlet  Current schedule  Sechelt Peninstila-tPoweSI River  Daily  LV EARLS COVE  LV SALTERY BAY  7:15nm ���  6:15 nm  9:15  0:15  11:15  10:15  1:15 pm  12:15 pm  4:30  3:30  6:30  5:30*  8:30  7:30  10:30  9:30  *POWELL RIVER AREA PATRONS PLEASE NOTE:  On Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays the  last through connections Northbound leave Horseshoo  Bay at 7:30 pm. Earls Cove at 10:30 pm. Southbound  leave Saltery Bay at 5:30 pm. Langdalo at 8:40 pm.  Vancouver  669-1211  Langdale  886-2242  Saltery Bay  487-9333 7  Wednesday, December 8,1976  The Peninsula Times  Page A-7  MORE ABOUT . ..  m Lower Gibsons merchants  FROM THIS ... An empty shop on  Gower Point Road was renovated this  past summer to become the home of the  Arbutus Tree. It is this sort of upgrading  of downtown stores that the new Lowei  Gibsons merchants association plans to  enourage.  ... TO THIS. The change is dramatic  along sections of Marlhe^erGafbage,  wandering    dogs    and    unattractive  surroundings drive away customers and  increase-'sales at the new mall.-' *    *''  ��� Timesphoto  |!i ��3 E313 E313II tl 12 E3E3JOII 13.11313130  ARK DENTAL  m  ��  ES3  [next to Madeira Park Post Office]  Dr. C. Gardner and Dr. J. Malnarick  wish to announce they will be open.for the practice of Dentistry  December 2, 1976.  For appointments call 883-9117  M  M  H  11 fi @ If l>3 fi Ei 13 @ 1911 @ If El El .9 lil 1111  flM  t)  Campbell's Family Shoes & Letaher Goods  fCb^|ioM:.lSectfel.t^^  w^&yKi:&yiAid��sjxi"y^:,iy-'>A!^i. ���<>��� AYfc<tt,fe.....-; .���*-. Jii#^i��w"!;^iWJ"wOTJ.  ��  PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE  <M featke/t  handbags  '.*\>ii.** "*��*�� \'Ai iii',' ��� ���)  ��*����*��� - �������* , ��'��� i ��,�� . -, t>  i t/��t. * <j * y, * > t ,', * j,. -i  . i, , . �� . .J, , \ . . , , , l J    '�������,�����<>��  ���. - *',,.., .'  fc 0  \  ��� dip & 8<;nd to us at Box 14000, Sechelt ���  Hawaii  Cuba  Florida  Palm Springs  Caribbean  for reservations & tickets call Jan at  885-3265  ��� Scotland  ��� England  ��� Alaska Cruise  I  I Reno-Las Vegas  III Tahiti  ���  ���  Please send me information on the Trip of My  "Dreams" where I have checked X  Air Canada fares across Canada... also to  Amsterdam, Paris & London.  NAME, . .  ADDRESS  PHONE , .  V  H|> &  MCIH  I  I  I    I   ., I   ,   PT��1        ,  lo Getaway HolidayM, lx��x 1400, Seehell ���    I  M ����mm tmmrn **mM  ~ From Page A-l  people know their markets well, they've done  the research. I sometimes wonder if the mall  isn't ahead of its time, even if the Peninsula-  has the population to support it. I'm sure the  theory is that those who used to go to Van-  couver will now shop here instead.",  After a few more minutes conversation  discussing the village core Mike suddenly  points through the window to the street saying  ''you know, sometimes we can be our own  worst enemy, Look over there at the. Bank of  Montreal^ parking lot. There's five employee  cars there, that's five potential customers  who have to park somewhere else. Everyone,  complains about the parking problem but if  the business people would just get their own  cars off the street and onto the back lanes it  would go a long way towards a solution. We  should form car pools, walk to work, not  everyone needs to bring a car into town."  I question if he thinks more businesses will  move to the mall. Already a clothing store has  gone, the hardware store is supposed to be  next. "No," he replies, "I think those who  made the decision to go have gone already.  Our problem now is to replace them."  "That will be one of the aims of the new  executive," he adds, "to blow our own  trumpet, on the ferries, to residents, to  Vancouver people, to our relations. It is going  to take time, work ahd lots of money arid we  have to do it. But everyone at last night's  meeting was enthusiastic and some good  ideas came up."  Again he points, his T-shirted arm out the  window, to a tangled mass of Christmas lights  stretching across the street. "Look at that  mess," he says, "I bet they haven't been  turned on in years. Someone suggested we get  B.C. Hydro down here to have a look and get  them functioning. That's the sort of thing we  need, to have some pride in ourselves.  Maybe," he adds, "we will even put up some  Christmas trees."  He continues, "people have a lot of ideas  about what they want to see happening in this  area. We have to remember it's the resident  customers we want to attract, the tourist  dollar is a nice extra but it's not as if we need  to make enough money in two, months to  survive the rest of the year. Personally, I  have my own ideas but I can't talk for  everyone else. I don't want to see a marina  put in, others think it would be a godsend. The  association is going to have to get the input of  every one of its members, to keep them involved so they don't lose interest."  "We have to act together," Mike explains  "to go before the various.levels of government as a.group. That way they are more  likely to pay us some attention, you can't  ignore most of your tax base."  "The only way lower Gibsons will die," he  finishes, "is through our own apathy."  Across from the Dogwood a hand-letered  sign on Marine Mens Wear reads 'closed  permanently, reopening in the new mall. The  store has been metamorphazied into  Richards Mens Wear and Richard Macedo  was too busy putting up shelves to discuss his  relocation. But Friday night was an obvious  success for him as customers poured over his  merchandise buying sweaters and jeans.  A few stores down Russ Hanchar, owner  for the past two and a half years of the Village  Store, has opened the Party Stop next door to  the new provincial liquor outlet. He will run  one of his shops, his wife the other and he's  worried about diverting shoppers away from  his downtown location.  "Basically," he tells me, "my businesses  are orientated towards two different types of  customers. Up here I sell mixer and party  snacks, no groceries, and as long as I keep a  good assortment of stock I don't think there  will be any problem attracting people. Once  the curiosity has worn off I'm sure people will  balance their shopping between here and  downtown. I've got a business here; I've got a  business there. I'm interested in both places.  What the downtown needs is a marina to  attract all the sailing crowd who would never  dream of walking all the way up a hill."  Then he pauses and adds "But if the  village merchants panic, If they start a price  war, they will lose a lot of money."  Panic, price wars, undercutting the  competition. In no retail area ls the threat so  high or the margin of profit so thin as in the  food business. Yet perhaps the village  merchant who should be the most worried  doesn't outwardly appear at all concerned  about such a spectre,  Bill Edncy owas Ken's Lucky Dollar and  18 months ago spent a considerable amount of  money completely renovating his premises,  adding nearly a third to the original floor  space. But the competition irom the vast new  Super-Valu, from Sechelt's Shop Easy (both  owned by Kelly Douglas) appears to bo  almost welcome. The first words he says  when I talk to him are, "I'd like to  congratulate the people involved for bringing  .such up-to-date facilities to tho Peninsula."  Why didn't you move up there, I ask?  "Because," said Edncy, "our firm felt the  future of Gibsons wns here. Thoro arc lots of  people living In this part of the village who  don't luwe cars or only want to drive a short  distance. Besides wo open Sundays and the  people who have always shopped here, I don't  think we will lose them."  "I hope customers will realize, "Edney  continues, "that wo have a substantial  payroll, thnt we pay substantial taxes nnd I  |>ollevo they should shop where thoy llvo. I  think we con meet their most basic common  needs; we are adding to our Inventory continually. We can compete with the prices  offered by other stores. If cost cutting does go  on we are better able to survive than those  places with n high overhead."  As I prepare to leave the first note of  concern creeps Into Edncy's voice. "We are n  family business", he tells me, "If we have to  tighten our belts for a while..." He shrugs nnd  changes the subject,  While the Lucky Dollar has been part of  the Gibsons community for years the Arbutus  Tree has not.  Pauline Copland opened It three months  ago and the store is an interesting combination of plants, paints, greeting cards and  small gifts.  The day I talk to her, business is slow. In 20  minutes only one customer arrives. I inquire  how the mall is affecting her trade. "I don't  believe it is," she replies, "I'd like to think I  offer an unique combination of items in  Gibsons. I now have direct competition from  the new card shop but I'm trying to keep my  prices low to match those in Vancouver." She  had attended the association meeting the  night before and was enthusiastic about its  possibilities.  '"The mall's there now so we should  capitalize on its presence, draw its customers  down here. I'd like to see boutiques, a.  childrens' clothjng shop, a replacement for  the hardware store if it disappears. This area  has just so much potential. One thing that  became clear at our meeting was this;  before, all the local businesses competed only  among ourselves, maybe a little with Sechelt.  The mall has made us all realize our  vulnerability, has drawn us all closer  together."  . Cozy Corner. Cameras is one of the few  speciality stores in lower Gibsons to receive  direct competition from a national chain  store. But Ian,Corrance isn't particularly  worried about the addition of Kits Cameras to  the local business community. "It's a whole  different philosophy of life," he smiles, "They  are there to sell cameras, I'm here to interest  people in photography."  Seven years ago Goddard's Fashions  moved out of the village centre to locations in  the original shopping plaza and later to the  Trail Bay Mall in Sechelt.  Last week they opened a glass-fronted,  new store in the Sunnycrest centre. "It's a  gamble," admits manager Lorraine Goddard. "The rent is high, not for other malls,  but for this area. But now we have customers  who will come in from the florists or Super-  Valu, who wander in just because we are here  and men end up buying something. When we  were in the village the parking problem  discouraged people from dropping by. As a  consumer I really believe malls are the place  to shop."  Later, the manager of a nearby unisex  boutique laughs when I ask why he located  here and not in the village.  __-iiLook," he says, "the first rule of  marketing is you don't go into a dying area,  the second is that you rent, don't buy. Twenty  years ago it was great to own a nice little  store, now you have to remain mobile so if  your customers move, you can follow."  "You know what Gibsons is like," he tells  me, "just like White Rock. Exactly the same  situation happened there. A brand new mall  was built above the town and that's where  everyone   started   shopping.   The   other  businesses just sat back and died. It's a bit  better now but that's because they probably  get more year-round tourist traffic than here.  I tell hiiri about the new association, he  smiles and says, "We'll see."  I phone the mayor to try and get a political  perspective on the mall's economic impact.  Larry. Labonte is edgy, never directly  answering my questions. Yes, the council was  worried about the lower part of town when  they approved the expansion but then you see,  there are all these plans for the village such  as a marina and hotel complex and "things  I'm not prepared to discuss publically."  He volunteers that Gibsons council has  imposed a six month moratorium on new  commercial construction. "I figure," he says,  "we have enough stores to serve upper and  lower Gibsons for a long time to come."  A little after 7 p.m. last Friday, a small  man wandered out of one of the gleaming  mall shops. Dejected, he held a long list of  prices in his hand. The owner of a downtown  store I'd talked to him a few days previously.  At the time he had been nonchalant towards  the shopping centre's effect on his own  business. Tonight he was desperate, angry.  "Look at this," he shouted shoving his paper  into my face, "What am I to do? I can't  compete with these prices."  And with that he disappeared behind a  Christmas display.  THE VILLAGE'S work on Pioneer Park  has resulted in this. The dangers involved in trying to cross the intersection  of Gower Point Road and Marine Ave.  have driven many people, especially the  elderly, away from downtown stores.  Now local businessmen would like to  bring them back and hope the village  council will make pedestrian shopping a  lot safer. ���Timesphoto  Beautify your  neighbourhood.  Get out on the street  Take a walk.  paRTicipacriont  Walk a Wock.Today.  Donations will be received  at the Bank of Montreal  in Gibsons in lieu of  Christmas Cards. All  donations will be in aid  of the Kiwanis Senior  Citizens' Village.  &wfa4e on&md and yet actuated.  ��couns/^|  &*&  .���On- a1*  greeting cards & specialties  1  ��Wide range of hardcover and paperback books  ��� A most complete selection of pens and desk sets  ��� Office supplies and equipment���  calculators & cash registers  desks, chairs & file cabinets,  SMITH CORONA typewriters  n  ��GAF Viewmasters  ��� Photo frames  ��� Fantasy posters 7  i '      ,     i  Page A-3  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 8.1976  These are what could be described as the  dog-days of the gardener..Not that there is  nothing to do, but the inclination seems to be  towards playing along with Nature and taking,  a rest for a while. Nevertheless there are  many interesting things to do and important  matters to deal with.  Pests, animal and vegetable, constitute  one area that should be looked at carefully.  One animal form to be investigated is the  ever present marsh crane fly. or the  leatherjacket, the 'daddy-long-legs' of  previous generations. There seems to be a  , great many of them and for gardeners with  lawns as well as farmers with pastures they  can be a menace.  : So now would be a very good time to see if  your lawn has been used as a breeding place  and a food supply by these very unattractive  little beasts.  ' Incidentally there has been a great outcry  recently about the depredations of flocks of  starlings that have caused havoc in the  blueberry farms to the extent that some  operators have been driven out of business.  Nature has the answer to' everything * but  always in her own perspective, and these  much abused starlings are one of the few  birds that feed on the crane fly. So the  balance is maintained to Nature's satisfaction though not always to man's.  . The crane fly or leatherjacket emerges  from the ground where it has developed  during the fall and winter. Immediately  mating takes place and the females lay some  300 eggs on the soil or in the grass. In a couple,  of weeks the eggs hatch and the worms move  underground and start to feed on the grass  roots, going deeper and deeper as winter  threatens them. As the spring weather approaches they become more and more active  and more and more hungry. Somewhere  around July they emerge as fully developed  adults and the cycle starts again. From this it  can be seen that it is of little use to start  killing crane flies as they flop around in the  summer air. The damage is done. The life  span is actually only about one week-  provided there aren't any starlings around���  but their development state of several months  Christian Science  "Behold, I make all things new". (Rev.  21:5).  To-day there is a great searching of  thought going on, and beliefs about religion  are changing.  "Willingness to become as a little child,  and to leave the old for the new, renders  thought receptive of the advanced idea. The  purification of sense and self is a proof of  progress. 'Blessed are the pure in heart: for  they shall see God'." (Science and health with  key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy.  Pg. 323, 4).  BY GUY SYMONDS  has given them plenty of time to ruin lawns  and pasture.  If you have patches of dead grass with  bare ground indicating that the root systems  are damaged find out if the leatherjacket is  responsible. Mix a couple of tablespoonsful of  Diazanon in a gallon of water and apply it to a  square foot of the suspected infected area.  Then watch to see if the hardshelled brown  larvae wriggle to the surface. If there are  twenty or more of them, then control is indicated. The same result will be achieved  with a cup of gasoline but Diazanon is much to  be preferred. It should be pointed out that this  beast does not satisfy its appetite with grass  only but may be found in flower or vegetable  garden where even one worm can cause  havoc. v  The larva or worm is quite small at this  time of the year, so much so that attempts to  recognize it is not recommended until winter  is well advanced. With the long warm fall this  year the time to take action has been delayed.  Treatment is more of that same Diazanon  watered in, preferably under pressure, at the  rate of one fluid ounce to the gallon of water.  You will have to find your own metric conversion! Alternatively the granulated form of  the poison can be used at the rate of one and a  half pounds of the 5 per cent product to 1,000  square feet. But be sure to keep the children  and pets away from the treated area for 24  hours at least.  It is becoming increasingly obvious that  the metric system is fast catching up with us.'  For the use of farmer and" gardener the  Canada Agriculture "The Metric System for  Farmers" is recommended. This not only  contains all the conversion tables but  illustrates them in a rather intriguing  fashion.  The vegetable pest that should be a matter  of attentive thought is the appearance of moss  in lawns. That must wait for another time.  Card problem gets solution  ISIS B  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary would like to  solve your problem of how to send your  Christmas greetings to all your friends and at  the same time support our own St. Mary's  Hospital. You make a donation in lieu of  Christmas cards at either The Royal Bank of  Canada or The Bank of Montreal in Gibsons;  your name is then included in the greeting.  Mrs. Amy Blain, 886-7010, will, also take  your donations for the Gibsons Hospital  Auxiliary Christmas Greeting fund.  ��� "We take this opportunity to wish all our  friends and supporters a blessed and true  Christmas," a spokesman said.  The Sechelt WA to St. Mary's Hospital is  presently collecting signatures for the  Christmas Greeting list to be published in The  Times.  The list is open to the public so you need  not be a member to have your name included.  If you are interested you should contact Betty  Monk at 885-9310 or leave your name and  donation at Uncle Mick's Ladies Shoe Store in  the Trail Bay Mall.  mmmm^^mmatmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmff��f^~ya  Fitness. In your heart J*^^ j  you know it's right  psnmipacTioni  Jne Canadian movemenHor pertvorjaMitnwsJ  N'S  DSCAPING  Instant lawns or seeded  Lawn and Garden  Maintenance  Complete concrete  and  stone work  As more and more people are becoming aware of the power and  bureaucracy involved with Regional Boards, the "care less attitude" in  Victoria regarding the rights of the individual property owner, the more  they realize a strong organization, sticking up for these rights, is  required. People are the power.  In the past three weeks we have had 36 new members join, bringing  our total to 430. Let us make it 500 for the new year.    .  Due to the lack of answers from the Hon. Mr. Curtis's office, to our  letters dating back to June and more recently one to the Regional Board,  we have been forced to postpone our planned general meeting.  It is rumored the Regional Board will set up a "community plan" for  Area A' in the near future. It is hoped that they will hold a public meeting  in the area and an election of community members. It will then be the  duty of all property owners to attend this meeting.to make sure we don't  just end up with a rubber stamp for present policy, or be accused of  control by the developers.  TO THOSE OF YOU WHO REMEMBER WHEN  ��� You were on a list to get a quart of milk at the store.  ��� Fresh vegetables and meat if and when the boat arrived and you got  there early.  ��� Ordered your Christmas Cheer two weeks before Christmas and end  up dry the day before.  ��� The phone exchange shut down at 6 p.m.  ��� There wasn't any road to Francis Peninsula or Egmont.  ��� When many people packed water by boat in the dry season. It didn't  seem to rain so much then.  ��� The putt-putt of one-lungers and diesel light plants was hard to take  some mornings.  ��� The road to Gibsons was two muddy wheel tracks and the bus ran  twice a week.  ��� And what did we ever do without TV. <  Of course you could get ambitious and whack up a dog house in a  day, no red tape or cement foundation and you neighbor didn't complain  you were upsetting the environment.  Sure we've come a long way but we have a long way to go yet to  make our community a viable unit and this we cannot accomplish.under  present land use regulations and the backward attitude that eliminating  people will solve.all the problems.  Wake up Area A to a prosperous New Year and autonomy for us.  Your executive wishes one and all a very Merry Christmas and good  luck Pender High School students, the new Medical Clinic, the local  hockey team and the residents of Area E. Thanks to the PHVFD and  please Mr. Bennett, give Mr. Curtis a couple of more secretaries for  Christmas.  IRENE BOYD���Secretary /.'.  V      '     Y /  > 1  . /. ���  '���  r���  s    ��� (���  *���    "   t  t'r.x-/     x  Mackenzie MLA Don Lockstead is seeking  an investigation into the circumstances under  which RivTow Straits Ltd. was awarded a.  contract for coastal shipping by the federal  government.  He told The Times the fact that the contract was given without bidding and that  there is .a close association between at least  one senior official of the company and the  Liberal Party indicates an investigation is  necessary. He has written to Stuart Leggatt,  New Democratic MP for New Westminster,  asking his assistance in calling a probe of the  matter.  Leggatt called for an inquiry in the House  of Commons December 3; but the motion did  not get the unanimous consent needed for a  formal vote. Legatt also called for the  government to release a report prepared by  Acres Consultants for the department of  transport. The report, he claims, calls for an  upgrading rather than a downgrading of  coastal transport.  Coast Ferries announced the same day  that they were discontinuing 22 years of  service to 100 B.C. Coastal communities as of  December 31.  The contract to RivTow Straits Ltd. was  made following the failure of the federal  government to agree to a continued subsidy  for Northland Navigations Ltd. Subsequently  Northland withdrew its service to the central  coast and a federal-provincial arrangement  was made to replace the service.  Lockstead said, following a visit to the  area, that the new arrangement is "completely unsatisfactory and indicates  discrimination against the region by the  federal government and by the Social Credit  government in Victoria.  "Most disturbing," Lockstead said, "is the  considerable body of information that  suggests the Malibu Princess which has been  placed on a run between the Queen Charlotte  Islands and Prince Rupert is unsuitable and  unsafe for the run. It was designed for  protected coastal waters and there is serious  doubt as to whether or not it can safely be  used on the open water of Hecate Strait."  Lockstead demanded that Transport  Minister Jack Davis immediately replace the  Malibu Princess with another vessel. "This  make-shift arrangement is endangering  people's lives and must stop," Mr. Lockstead  said.  He also said the Queen of Prince Rupert,  which now runs between Kelsey Bay and  Prince Rupert, should be re-routed to provide  direct service between-Vancouver and the  central and north coast communities. "The  Queen of Surrey should replace the Queen of  Prince Rupert on its present run and the  Queen of Comox should be put on a Bella  Coola-Ocean Falls-Bella Bella route," he  said.  "At the present time, under the make-shift  arrangements between Victoria and Ottawa,  an ancient vessel called the Lumba Lumba is per,year," he said. "This is a terrible waste of  running between Bella Coola and Ocean Falls money. There is,no economy being demon-  with a federal-provincial subsidy of $803,000   strated here.' The Ocean Falls Corporation  eninsula /4me&  Section B  Wednesday, December 8,1976  Pages 1-6  *S!fc'aZa-S5^^  is  *#*&<��&*<*������ >���  HVj-A-fl  has purchased a loading ramp which could  handle the Queen of Prince Rupert and is  prepared to install it at no cost to the  government. Yet the Social Credit government will not accept the offer and would  rather sink $803,000 a year into a subsidy for  an inadequate vessel."  Lockstead said the effects of the poor  service introduced when the Northland ships  stopped running were already being felt in  coastal communities. "Despite the high  unemployment in the province, Ocean Falls is  having trouble getting skilled workers and  some are leaving because of the poor transportation. The optometrist who used to visit  the town has stopped coming. There is no  section of the community that is not being  hurt by this terrible service."  - He said the barge service that has been put  into operation is very poor. Goods are being  transported in open barges that are unable to  maintain proper schedules and food is  arriving in rotting condition, deliveries are  late and merchandise i�� damaged.  "I call on the provincial and federal  governments to recognize that the make-shift  arrangement they have made is a failure and  to act now to reschedule existing routes to  protect the economy of coastal British  Columbia. Transportation on the coast is in  the worst condition it has been in for 60 years.  It must be improved immediately," he said.  >*>  REBUILT  by the  nvus  .serving you:  '     cut     i   peninsula, motors, sechelt  (gulf station next to the hospital)  885-2U 1 ask for JAY  USE CHRISTMAS SEALS  . ..    ."'^��s%  rVv.;tf&: --���.*���>*  f. - ���"��� . '   * '      ���    Ih"  1 _���-  l " ���*  * I a, .       �� " *<*�����    "*"XV  I        I ���'    *      * mm    mt* *J-1    ���J��  i-' ������*.;;��� *���  - ���    .    ���������aw* -Xlh-  i a*    ��� ,      *������:.  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At the 21 The money earned will be tallied this  hour mark when this photo was taken, week. ���Timesphoto  e wesiern wf inners  High qualify giftware at down to earth prices:  @ Hand cut Crystal  �� Silver Goblets  ��� Vases v  O Wooden Ware  # New shipments arriving every day  ��� FOR A LIMITED PERIOD ���  10% OFF all giftware. Shop early for the  10% OFF all charms and silver bracelets  10% OFF Chanel No. 5 products  Is  ake sure you have time for both  FLY  m  METAMUCIAL  12 oz.,  reg. $3.69, sale  '3.09  8  #-��tf*^*;V,rt.j.;^,  RRID  Extra-Dry, Antl-Perspirant,  J-   ���^  reg. $2.35, kale *I.��9  .j*- ���ii'y^ww^w.y'Wjp'i'jp .i"iw.i>%wii����ii��^Km  ?-**fea ' \      T**** y^OT " .1  m  s. it ai-l mt.  I, s*t$t$ spr'ey, sal�� -.   lUt&c-y  i rmtMi&K s*titi spirey,  a  I  [with complimentary 4 oz. 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Shampoo & Conditioner,  reg. $2.75, sale   *1.67  iiy^ijii^Mii<Miiiffi'iiisi'i>w   ,Yt   if>ii  f{ h'jK^W*'  *1.79  NEO-CITRAN  10 x 23gm packots,  salo   *1'V1  m%m<m9<m9  m  ROSE MILK  1  Skin Cromo,  8 oz., salo ..  *L59.  ���^  -effective December 5th, 1976-  * SECHELT-VANCOUVER AIRPORT  returning same day        $20 return  ii i...rnii..ri....ii*u.iir_--i^���j.r-.���T_^  1 ��� ������   -  ���' -'    "���'    ���'   -  -"���-���-    ��� ���������   -       ���   .��������� ������������ ������,,,���  * SECHELT-VANCOUVER AIRPORT one way *14  I. i  i   ii i.u i  .... 11.,..in mm-  ... -i i. ui ii.. ��� - ��� _ ii .._������ ��� ��� .��� ��� i- ..uu   nm - -in- ������!  ii-.ii--.i*iiwi*jiijjmuuiii.jiii,..ii...iii...iii..iiiii..iiii... ii .. in. i  uir ..nii.r i ihiii ~i nfi    n   " i riiim 'i.tn  ��� . .in i   i     r i r ��� n " n i" -in ��� i��� i f��� '   -  -   -    "���       ~   "  ���  "   "     -   ���-  SECHELT-POWEll RIVER one way $18  ��� Sechelt user fee minded  Nail Enamels,  salo   *L49  i.i.,i-i���i.ii,ii���ni-hii.���i.piin.l.i...a a,iiim.iiiii,��,ii,l,ala,ii,iiiniiiiii,ii,iiijiiilir.niilii��a,.����nrtn  GILLETTE DRY LOOK  $1.59  spray, 9 oz.,  reg. $2.39, sale  BRECK  Cromo Rlnso, 21.1 oz.,  salo   ���1.79  VICKS  Formula 44,.  5 oz., salo .,.  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I  ^)  Soc^aEt, tBSS-2214  Nan��lnof 753-2041  i%Hff@r Mbr, lEnlik Ml��  s ���* \  y  ��� ���   i  i     y  fant Ads for Best Buys      phone 885-3231  PageB*.' The Peninsula Times       Wed. December 8, 1976  Coming Events  Work Wanted  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phono 885-3231  ROBERTS    CREEK    Comm.  As/soc. regular meeting will not  be held Dec. 15. 2507-2  Birth Announcements  GIBSONS AND SECHELT  WESTERN DRUGS  ... ace pleased to sponsor this  Birth Announcement space, and.  extend Best Wishes to the happy  parents.  In Memoriam  DONATIONS to The B.C. Heart  Foundation are gratefully  acknowledged and will be  devoted solely to research,  education and community- aid.  Donations should be addressed to  the B.C. Heart Foundation, c-o  Mrs. A.J. Hatcher, Madeira  Park, B.C. Cards are sent to the  bereaved and receipts for income  tax purposes todonors.      2518-2  Personal   COME IN TO J&C Electronics  for your free Radio Shack'  catalogue. 1327-tfn  PHOTOGRAPHS   published  in  The Peninsula Tunes can be  ordered for your own use at The  Times off ice X 1473-tf  ALCOHOLICS      ANONYMOUS  meetings   8:30   p.m.   every  Wednesday.     Madeira     Park  Community Hall. Ph. 883-2356.  12648-tfn  WOULD THE pumpkin fritter  lady pise call 885-3575.     2505-2  OK TIRES is pleased to announce  that a donation to the Crippled  Children of $1 for every steel  belted radial tire sold in 1976, will  be made on December 31 of this  year. Total to date is $600.16.2517-  2  Legal Notices  WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ��� Experienced, insured work*.  ��� Prompt, guaranteed service.?  ��� Fair estimates?  Then gives us a call: PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD;, 885-  2109. 758-tfn  HOUSESITTER  will  care  for  your   home   while   away.  Weekend,   week   or   month.  Bondable. Ph. 886-7317.    2012-tfn  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  & GARDEN MAINTENANCE  ���Fall garden cleanup  ���Pruning a specially ��� fruit  trees, shrubs & hedges  ���Rockeries  ���Low maintenance, bark mulch  shrub beds.  Free Estimates  Ph. 886-2668  between5:00and9:00p.m.  2215-tfn  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  ���Established 19^3  Legal or Reader advertising 60c per  .count line.  Deaths,     Card     of     Thanks,      In.  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement notices are $6.00  (up to  14  lines) ahd~~60c per line after that.  Four wards" per line. ���   -���  Member, Audit Bureau   "  . of Circulations  .     March 31,1976  Gross Circulation 4150  Paid Circulation 3241  As filed with the Audit Bureau of  Circulation, subject to audit.  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (l5 words)  One Insertion  $1.80  Three Insertions $3.66  Extra Lines (4 words) 60c  (Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch)  Box Numbers  60c extra.  Birth  Notices, Coming Events  regular classified rates.  take  Ad-Briefs   must   be   paid    for  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  in  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr. -  Outside Local Aroa $8.00 yr.  U.S.A $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area '. $6.00.  Single Copies 15c ea.  Real Estate  Real Estate  Help Wanted  Department of Lands  Forests, and Water  Resources  Water Resources Service  POLLUTION CONTROL  BRANCH  Application for an  Amendment of Pollution  Control Permit No. PE-3369  Pursuant to Section 6  of the Pollution Control  Act, 1967  This application is to be filed  with the Director, Pollution  Control Branch, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, British  Columbia. Any person who  qualifies as an objector under  section 13 (2) or (3) of the  Pollution Control Act, 1967 may.  within 30 days of the date of  application, or within 30 days of  the date of publication in The  British Columbia Gazette or in a  newspaper, or, where service is  required, within 30 days of the  serving of a copy of the application, file with the Director  an objection in writing to the  granting of a permit, stating the  manner in which he is affected.  Those who do not so qualify may  file with the. Pollution Control  Board an objection in writing  under section 13 (6), in the same  manner and time period as  described above.  I, Pacific Rim Aggregates  Limited of 2215 Commissioner  Street, Vancouver, B.C. hereby  apply for amendment to Appendix 1 of Permit No. PE-3369  issued on July 24,1975 in favour  of Pacific Rim Aggregates Ltd.  1. To authorize additional or  other works than those  previously authorized by deleting  that part of section (a) of the  appendix which reads "from a  gravel washing plant to a settling  pond with supernatant recycle  and no positive discharge and  substituting in its place the  following: from a gravel washing  plant to settling ponds with  supernatant recycle and a  positive dlseharrge.      ,  2. To change tho quaUty of the  effluent-contaminant by deleting  that part of section (c) of the  appendix which reads "typical  gravel wnsh water" and substituting In Its place the  following: ph units0.5 - 8.5. Total  suspended solids less than 50 mg  per 1.  3. To increase or decrease the  "quantity to bo discharged" by  deleting that part of section (b) of  the appendix which reads "n  maximum of 159,000 Imperial  gallons per day" and .substituting  In Its place the following: a  maximum of 1,100,000 Imperial  gallons per 10 hoiiT day.  1, M.B. Photon, Assistant  Secretary-Treasurer hereby  certify that a copy of this application bus Iwen received by  the Regional District of Sunshine  Const.  M.B. Phclnn  This application, tinted on the 8  day of November, 197(1, was  poJiled on tho ground in accordance with llio Pollution  Control Regulations.  VU.U.^ton&AssodntciLtd.  A.Sykanda  2522-Pub. Dec. 0, 1970  Work Wanted  DUMP   TRUCK   and   bncklwie  available. Ph. Phil Nicholson  (881.-2110 or 8B5-2515; r mi\  r  AVON  Need extra $$ to make Christmas  merrier? Earn them as an Avon  representative. Sell beautiful  gifts, jewellery, cosmetics, more.  I'll show you how. Call 885-2183 or  886-9166. 2082-tm  NEW DINING Jounge req.  waitress-waiter, host-hostess.  Apply in person or Ph. 886-8015,9-  4 p.m. Yoshi's Restaurant,  SunnycrestCentre. 2531-2  AVON  To buy or sell. Call 885-2183 or  886-9166. r  ,  1545-tfn  LOCAL FIRM seeking person  with knowledge or desire to  learn various aspects of the  banking field. Immed. full time  position to the best qualified  person. Address all information  to Box 160, Gibsons, B.C.    2477-2  Business Opportunities  RESPONSIBLE person to own  and operate gum and candy  routes. High profit. Good  locations in your area. Can start  part-time. Investment req'd.  Stride Industries, 5-601 Royal  Ave., New Westminster, B.C.  (604) 525-2755 ext. 103.        2404-2  Music Instructions  GUITAR LESSONS:,phone 885-  3823   or  883-9147   (this  time  someone will be there to answer). 2440-2  NEW 1973 3 bdrm., 1200 sq ft post  and beam cedar home. Harvest  gold appl's,,, sheltered dock, deep  moorage, good view. $125,000. To  view, call 883-2709, 291-1642, 941-  5451. 2407-2  3 BDRM house with bsmt. $350  per mo. Ph. 886-2417.     2074-tfn  GIBSONS: small 2 bdrm ctg.  close to  beach  and  stores.  Rental  income $175 per mo.  $22,500. Ph. 886-7559.        2343-tfn  NEW 2 bdrm home, Norwest Bay  Rd., w-w, electric heat, thermopane windows, f-p. $39,000.  Ph. 885-2384. 2388-5  YOUR AUTOPLAN CENTRE  ,'  iiiiSI   w��psr1  llSyUiyiillSl  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000   "  Gibsons  886-9121  enaer naroour mm y  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  BRAND NEW: 2 bedroom, full basement home in Garden  Bay. Within a stone's throw of marinas, shops, etc. Full price  $47,500.  just  Real Estate  GOWERPOINT  BY OWNER  2 yr. old quality built home. 2%  baths, approx. 2200 sq ft, comp.  finished, w-w up and down,  landscaped, paved driveway, 45'  sundeck, view of Strait. Close to  beach on approx. % acre. $65,000,  with $37,000 at 10% pet. 1st mtg.  Ph. 886-9249. 2401-tfn  FULLY FURN. 1 bdrm ste. In  new home close to Sunnycrest  Plaza. $195 per mo. incl. heat &  light. Ph. 886-9102. 2374-5  EXTRA SPECIAL ��� Lovely 2 year old 2 bedroom plus den  home on a serviced water view lot in Madeira Park. Just $36,000.  .BEAUTIFUL LOTS ��� First time offered. 3 to choose from  on Francis Peninsula. Each is approximately one acre and in park-like  setting. Serviced. Each $15,000.  ACREAGE:   7_ acres+ on, Highway   101..  Has .potential  commercial or subdivision possibilities. F.P. $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA: First class waterfront home with 2  bedrooms and garage. Has one of the area's best views from a sunny  situation in'Malcolm'Harbour. A must see at $74,000.  BEAUTIFUL VIEW: Well maintained 3 bedroom home on  large 144x200' landscaped lot overlooking the entrance to Pender  Harbour. A first class property offered at $44,500.  BARGAIN HARBOUR: Charming and well kept 840 sq ft  house on approx 1 /4 acre waterfront with* undeveloped moorage. 2  bedrooms on main plus one in basement. This is a fine property at F.P.  $50,000,  PHONE 883-2794  John Breen Jock Hermon  883-9978    �� insurance ��       883-2745  $  ft  '.'A  *?  ;���*>*.  rp^  ,-*.'  *  Highway 101 at Wilson Creek   Phone 885-3271  HOMES  OPEN HOUSES: WEEKEND DEC 11 /\ 2TH, 1 TO 4 P.M.  Shaw Road, Gibsons. Opposite Sunnycrost Shopping Centro and Pratt/Falrvlew  (look for arrows). Both brand new 3 bdrm homos at $39,900. For moro Information call Patricia or Barbara.  PRATT ROAD: Also soo tho ono nearing completion furthor south on Pralt. Somo  dlfforont foaturos at $42,500.  CHASTER: Off Prati. Starting to build so thoro Is still tlmo to chock tho plans. Close to  now school.  ROBERTS CREEK: Idoal rotlromont homo on sought aftor Boach Avo. Easy care lot  and all is In good shapo.  '??  ���. r  LOTS  Do you want a watorfront on tho bluff at Gibsons, soavlow on Marino Drlvo,  soavlow on Sargont Road, watorfront oast Porpolso Bay, about an aero on  Francis Ponlnsula with hydro/wator at $9,900. Toll ys what you roally want.  ACREAGE  PHONE: PENDER HARBOUR 883-2233  BOX 100, MADEIRA PARK. B.C.  TOLL FREE FROM VANCOUVER 689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Lot 47. Rondeview Road ��� new 3 bdrm split  level home, partial basement with unfinished , rec room; corner'  fireplace, oil heat, ensuite plbg, sundeck & carport. $68,500.  BUCCANEER BAY ��� Thormanby Island. 2 bdrm furnished summer  home located within 100 yds of sandy beach and Vaucroft government  dock. $47,500.  IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 2 bdrm home with an excellent view over Lee  Bay. W/W carpets, sundeck, range and fridge included. Close to marina  and gov't wharf. $34,900.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Beautiful 3 bdrm cedar ranch style home.  13634*. sq ft built 1975. Landscaped, dbl garage, large sundeck & view  over harbour. House is well constructed and nicely decorated. $79,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Lot 29, Rondeview Road ��� new 3 bdrm home,  full basement, ensuite plbg, roughed-in rec room. $69,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 bdrm Spanish style ranch home, 1412 sq ft built  1975. Fireplace, electric heat, view of Harbour. $52,000.  SINCLAIR BAY ROAD ��� 3 bdrm ranch style home, built. 1973, on large  treed lot. Garage and separate storage shed. $49,500.  BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� semi-waterfront, double lot, view, close to  beach access with 688+ sq ft home with covered sundeck, stone-faced  fireplace, separate double garage and 320+ sq ft furnished guest  cottage. $71,900. '  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ���3 bdrm home, built 1976, on natural treed lot  with view of Garden Bay. $65,000. /  EGMONT ��� 2 bdrm home, 790+ sq ft on Maple Rd, close to Egmont  Marina. Oil heat, low taxes. $27,000. Offers considered.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 bdrm view home, built 1975, on large lot on  Gulfview Rd. Full -basement, 2 sundecks, fireplace, electric heat. Includes all drapes, central vacuum, dishwasher, fridge, range, garbage  compactor 8 garbage disposal unit. $49,500.  RONDEVIEW ROAD, FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� brand new and spacious,  this 3 bdrm home also has a swimming pool. Immediate possession.  $79,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� professionally designed and built 3 bdrm  home, 2100-t sq ft plus partial basement, built 1975. Open beam living  area finished ih red'cedar with"red plush shag carpeting, features a  sunken living room with frosted marble fireplace. A beautiful home for  luxury living, well situated on a treed view lot close to stores, marinas  & P.O. $110,000.  GARDEN BAY ROAD ��� 2.33 acres fairly level land. 3 bdrm home with  W/W, sundeck. Good garden area, creek. $49,900.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� brand new cedar home with 2160 sq ft of  living area on two levels. 2 bdrms on main level and 3rd bdrm on lower  level. 2 fireplaces, rec room, sundeck) view of harbour. Electric heat,  thermopane windows. $73,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� Small 2 bedroom furnished cottage on 2 large lease  lots, Leases have approximately 17 years remaining plus 20 year  option. Close to stores, marinas and P.O. $10,000.  I REVENUE;. PROPERTIES I  TRINCOMALI MARINA ��� 2.21 acres In Madeira Park With 180' good  waterfront ��� good gravel beach, boat launching ramp, floats, boat  shop with heavy shop equipment, marine ways, And a nlco 4 bdrm  homo with partial basement, good view, $195,000.  GRANTHAMS LANDING STORE ��� on 50 ft boach waterfront lot. Small  grocery store, post office, owners 3 bdrm sulto, two 2 bdrm rental  suites, one 1 bdrm rental cottago. Purchase price Includes store  shelving, furnishings, equipment and $8,000 stock in trade. Good  buslnoss for a couplo. $105,000.  TAYLOR'S GARDEN BAY STORE ��� 1.4 acros land, 650+ ft sheltored  watorfront, largo gonoral store with butchor shop, office, stock rooms  and post offlco. 370��.lineal ft floats. Standard Oil dealership, ownors  2 bdrm homa.,$240,000 plus cash for stock In trado.  IRVINE'S LANDING MARINA ��� Marina and trallor park, 40 Boat cafo  with licenced dining room at tho ontranco to Pondor Harbour. Chevron  agency, boat rentals,,$225,000.  1 0 ACRES     WILSON CREEK: This must bo ono of tho nicest proportlos on tho coast. (  Fenced, crossfoncod, about 1/2 cloarod, yoar round crook, numerous outbuildings  and a 5 yoar old mobllo homo. Top valuo at $09,500.  It would bo our ploasuro to, answer any Inquiries you havo concerning thoso and  othor Coast proportlos.Or If you havo proporty for salo, talk to us first.  Patricia Murphy  8859487  Bort Barnoi  Century West Real Estate Ltd., 685-3271  Evary Offlc* ImUpontly Owned and OparaUd  Barbara Skagfjord  085-9074  I   WATERFRONT LOTS   ��  1, HOTEL LAKE -- 105+. fi oxcollont lakofront, 1/2+_ aero with Hydro  and oasy accoss. $20,000.  2, GERRANS BAY ---100+fl watorfront with 100 ft frontago on Francis  Ponlnsula Road. Drlvoway, soptlc tank, wator lino and oloctrlcity all In,  $32,000.  3, REDROOFFS ROAD ��� 1.5+. aero lot, oxcollont Gulf vlow. 100+. It  cliff watorlrontano, $10,900. '.   ���;.  4, EGMONT ��� 59+ ft sholtorod watorfront In Socrot Bay, Drlvoway,  -.optic In, hydro S walor. $21,000.  5, RUDY LAKE ��� Lot 4 has 117*t It good lakolront, drlvoway In from  llollowoll Rd, sorvlcod with Hydro. $21,000.  6, MADEIRA PARK ~~ Lot 46 has 90*1: It watorfront, 1,33 acros on Hwy  101 In Madolra Park, $20,000,  7, GARDEN BAY - 290-k fl watorfront with sholtorod moorago,  drlvoway In, Approx 2 acros, $70,000,  ACREAGE  1. RUDY LAKE 2 1/4+ acros vlow proporty, drlvoway In, Building  slto cloarod, $19,000  2. SILVER SANDS - 4+ acros of Gulf vlow proporty wllh small cottago  and 2 mobllo homos (12 x 60 nnd 10 x 50) creok, $50,500.  3. MIDDLE POINT 10.96 ncros with crook and 2 bdrm cottago.  $40,000,  4. KLEINDALE 23,70 acros trood land, Monachor Road run* through  proporly. Somo irtorchnntahlo timber (nol lor nolo soparatoly).  $30,000,  5. KLEINDALE opprox 20 ocros ol lolrly lovol land wllh opprox 10  ocro* cloorod, $42,000.  6. MIDDLE POINT I9.9-|: ocros wllh small ono bdrm cottngo locolod  on Hwy 101. Acreage In natural stato with good bldg silos on hlghor  olnvntlons, $53,000. Opon lo ollors.  7. IRVINE'S LANDING 2,07 lovol ncros, vlow of ontranco ta Pondor  Harbour, across road from public wotorlronl occoss, $42,000,  0, MADURA PARK 3 l/'2 ocros ol parkllko lond on Splnnokor Road  noor Llllios (Poq) Lake. $35,000,  9, GARDEN BAY ROAD 17.5+ ocro. wllh 2 bdrm homo, rocontly  romndollnd In o rustic stylo. Approx 4 ocros cloorod, fruit Irons,  $70,000.  DAN WILEY  Ren. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY  883-2233  I WATERFRONT H0W8ES ��  MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 bdrm home, 960+ sq ft with a spectacular .view.  87+ ft landscaped waterfront lot, deep sheltered moorage, float and  boat house, westerly exposure. 6 major appliances included,'also 21 ft  fibreglass boat and motor. $85,000.  GUNBOAT BAY ��� Approx 5 acres, 152+ ft waterfront, access from  Hiway 101 near Madeira Park. 3 bdrm home and 3 cottages, float.  $125,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 2 bdrm home with partial basement on 300 +  ft waterfront. Sweeping view of Harbor entrance, islands & Gulf. Good  garden area, no stairs to climb arid privacy. $ 140,000  IRVINE'S LANDING ��� 3 bdrm home on 237 + ft waterfront lot, approx  1/2 acre with panoramic view of Straits and Harbour entrance. House  is designed for'outdoor living with 1744+ sq ft of sundeck on three  levels. Plus family room and office/den. $115,000.  4 MILE POINT, SANDY HOOK ��� 111 + ft waterfront with attractive  well-constructed 3 bdrm home on 3 levels, built 1975. 3,392 sq ft of  living area plus basement area with sauna and change room. Many  extras including family room, rooftop patio, sundeck on all 3 levels.  $132,000  MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 bdrrri home on 78+ ft waterfront on Lagoon Road  with pnivate dock &. flaat. House is 808 +_ sq ft, remodelled 1969.  Covered sundeck on 2 sides, separate garage and workshop. Furnished  26" deluxe Kenskill mobile home used as guest house. Furniture,  furnishings, appliances and tools are included. $95,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� well constructed 2 bdrm home, 1073+. sq ft.  Built 1972. Full basement, 137+ ft waterfront, deep moorage, dock &  flaat. Spectacular view of Horbour entrance. $115,000.  EGMONT ��� 115+_ ft waterfront onp.6 acres�� leased land. Approx 17  years remaining on lease. Furnished A-frame home approx 1,000 sq ft.  Hydro & water. Water access only. $17,000.  | LOTS |  1. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1.5+. acre treed" lot, easy access, easy to  build on. $19,900.  2. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots, most with view, close to school,1  stores, P.O. & marinas. $9,000-$22,000.  3. FRANCIS-PENINSULA ��� Lot 34, Rondeview Road. Driveway in, some  clearing done, serviced with water & hydro. Nice building lot. $10,000.  4. BARGAIN HARBOUR��� 1 112�� acres, nicely treed, secluded. Hydro,  water, septic tank & drain field in. $25,000.  5. GARDEN BAY ��� serviced lots, some with excellent view. $12,000 to  $18,500.  6. RUBY I AKE ��� Lot 27, semi-waterfront view lot, road access, hydro.  $7,000. Cwner anxious to sell, make an offer.  6. NARROWS ROAD ���Good bldg lots. $9,000 and $9,500.  8. HALFMOON BAY ��� Lot 43 on Truman Road. View lot with, water,  hydro. & sewer available. $14,900.  9. GARDEN BAY LAKE ��� good secluded lot at end of Elliot Rd, Hydro  available. $8,500.  10.-SANDY HOOK ��� Lots 58 & 59, side by side view lots oh Deerhorn  Drive. $10,500 each.  11. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 2  treed,  parklike, fairly  level  lots on.  Cameron Road. $13,500 each.  12. SINCLAIR BAY ROAD ��� Level, cleared lot with 73+ ft road frontage. $16,000. '    I LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES^  SAKINAW LAKE��� 165+ ft lakefront, 6.3+_acres with small cottage.  Excellent treed property with sheltered bay. $50,000.  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 107 ft lakefront lot with comfortable sumn.er  cottage. Franklin fireplace, large sundeck on 2 sides. Range, fridge,  some furniture, float & 16+ ft saflboat included. $26,000.  PAQ LAKE ��� MADEIRA PARK ��� 3.77 acres with 406+ ft lakefront.  Possibility of subdividing to approx 11 lots. Hydro & water available.  $56,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 113+. acres of excellent land. 400' waterfront on Ruby  Lake, 2,600+ ft waterfront on lagoon. 2 houses, presently rented &  trailer spaces. $120,000.  SAKINAW LAKE ���3250+ ft choice waterfront, 32+ acres with 2  summer homes, floats. $205,000.  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 57.5�� acres with 3,500+ sheltered waterfront. 2  summer cottages with bathrooms, 2 docks, water access only.  $200,000.  ��� SAKINAW LAKE ��� one bdrm home on 4.2 acres trood lakefront. 140��,  ft choice lakefront with boat houso and float. Ro��cf access. $41,000.  |WATERFR0NT ACREA0e|  BARGAIN HARBOUR"- 700+J rocky boach watorfront on Hwy 101  between Bargain Harbour and Sllvor Sands. Proporty contains 16+_  acros with boautlful view of Malaspina Strait and Toxada .Island. Small  oldor cottage and 26' trailer included. $165,000, '  ISLANDS  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 800+ft lakefront with dock, sand beach, southerly  exposure. 843 sq ft 3 bdrm furnished cottage with 3 piece bathroom.*  Full price $60,000. Owner will finance,  AGAMMEMNON BAY ��� 200��. ft watorfront with 900 ft frontago on  Egmont Road ad|acont to Jorvls Vlow Marina, 5,11 acros. Spoctacular,  vlow up Jorvls Inlot and fishing on your doorstop. $60,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 }/2�� acros with 500+_ft sholtorod watorlront. A  vory nlco parcol, $122,500, '  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 2 parcels, oach with an undlvldod l/24th Intorost  In D.L. 3039, 375+. ft watorfront, 5+ acros. Southwost oxposuro, boat  or piano accoss. $24,000 & $30,000.  WESTMERE BAY ��� NELSON ISLAND ��� A unlquo 40 aero proporty with  both soa front and lako front. 1500+_ It good sholtorod watorfront In  Wostmoro Bay and 200+ ft lakofront on Wost Lako. Improvomonts  consist of a good 3 bdrm homo, 2 summor cottages, floats and Joop  road to Wost Lako, Full prlco $160,000,  ADJOINING ��� 4.0 acros with 12Q0+_ ft watorfront could bo purchasod  In con|unctlon w|th tho abovo property lor $40,000,  EARLS COVE --5.57 acros good land with 450 -j: ft watorfront ad|olnlng  Earls Covo Forry Tormlnal. $125,000.  HIDDEN  BASIN ���  NELSON   ISLAND 1700+,  ft   sholtorod  doop  watorfront, low bank shorollno, sovoral boachos fi, bays. 11.3J- acros  ol boautlfully trood proporly with small crook. Furnlshod 3 bdrm  cottago, furnlshod guost cottago, workshop, wood shod, woll and  pumphouso, boats and somo oqulpmont, Hoat, $79,500,  WILLIAM ISLAND ~  Boautlful 2 1/2+ aero Island al ��ho ontronco to  Pondor Harbour, |u��t off Irvlno's Landing. Plpod wator, $100,000,  SUTTON ISLAND, EGMONT Boautlful trood smoll Island, 1.7-J*, acros  with boach and sholtorod covo, locotod directly In front ol tlm Egmont  Morlna, Asking $45,000,  \\,t>�� ACRE ISLAND - ot Iho ontronco to Churchill Boy, Francis  Ponlnsula, 3 bdrm furnlshod ponobodo coltaflo, Hoot, wotor ft hydro,  $107,500.  HOBILE HOilES   ��������� <i. ..i-iY,,,..,,  GENDALL NORWESTER doluxo 1974 modal. 3 bdrms wllh oxtro lorgo  living room. Locatod at LRftB Mobllo homo Pork, Madolra Pork, Closo to  school, storo* S marina, $12,500,  DON LOCK  Rot. 003-2526  PAT SLADEY  Ro��. 885-3922  B"�� '- /  J  ' X '  y  y.     y  Real Estate  For Rent  Mobile Homes  TRAVEL  Livestock  Wanted to Buy  Wed, December 8,1976        The Peninsula Times.. Page B-3  NEW 1200 sq ft home with full  bsmt., includes shake roof,  carpets, finished FP's up and  down, custom kitchen cabinets.  Located on Chaster Rd. on  100x100 beautifully treed lot  near the newly; proposed Pratt  Rd. school. Priced for excel,  value in mid 50's-by contractor.  Ph. 886-7511. 2462-tfn  FOR SALE: by builde*. 1232 sq ft  3 bdrm. brand new home ih  area of new homes in Gibsons.  Possible 4th bdrm. downstairs.  Main ent. foyer and bsmt. on  grade level with rec. rm., bath  arid utility rm., Gower Pt. and  Franklin Rd'. area. 300' to beach.  Fantastic view of ocean. Priced  right in the 40's and mortgage  avail. Ph. 886-9890. 2462-tfn   (   $33,000 ��� Custom. Davis Bay,  Laurel Rd., 2 storey on view  lot, circ. stair, covered s-deck, 3  bdrm ensuite, sunken lvg. rm.,  ex-large dbl. windows every  room, luxury kitchen cabinets,  needs finishirig. Ph. (112) 274-  5017. 2396-6  For Rent  MEADOWBROOK Ranch,  Garden Bay. 2 bdrm  remodelled home. Superb 5 stall  stable, yr. round creek. 22 acres  under hay. $350 per mo. Century  West Real Estate Ltd., 885-  3271, 2391-5  MAPLE Crescent Apartments.  1662   School   Rd.    Gibsons.  Suites,   heat,   cable   included.  Reasonable, apply Apt.  103A. 11798-tfr  CABIN for rent on 5 acres,  Lockyer Rd, $90. Ph. (112) 985**  8870. 2372-2.  2 BDRM duplex avail. Jan. 1,  1977, $225 per mo. Ph. 886-9876,  886-7625. 2499-2  ��� FOR RENT  DELUXE TOWNHOUSES  1564 sq ft of finished floor area, 3  bdrms, plus large family room  and  rec   area,   WW   carpets,  deluxe Tappan ranges,  ample  parking on blacktop, all for only  $300  per  month.  These   good >  family homes are located on 1650  School   Road   between   School  Road  and  Wyngart  Road  in  Gibsons. For further information  call  SEA-AIR ESTATES, 886-2137  or  SAFECO BUILDERS LTD.  683-3291  or eves 253-9293  2513-tfn  SMALL FURN. ctge. avail. Jan.  1,1977, $110 per mo. Yr. round.  No dogs. Ph. 885-2766. 2526-4  PRIME LOCATION  New commcl space for stores or  offices. Suitable for various  businesses.  SNUG VILLAGE Mobile Home  Park. Mason Rd. Space avail.  Ph. 885-3547.      ��� 2360-tfn  Cars and Trucks  THREE   '65  Mustangs,   2   in  running order. $1200. Ph. 883-  2366. 2387-tfn  '71 F250 4x4, 60,000 mi., 1 ton  rear  suspension,   flat   deck,  $4,500. Ph. 885-2153. 2467-2  '71  AUSTIN  AMERICA.  Good  cond. $750. Ph. 883-9183. after 6  p.m.? 2497-2  '70 MGB SPORTS coupe. Copper  clr. Rare 3 wiper model. Exl.  cond. $1850. Ph. 885-9355 after 6  p.m. 2525-2  '62 CHEV 2 dr HT V8 auto. $250  obo. Ph. 886-7453 after 5:30  p.m. 2530-2  '70 FORD TORINO 4 dr.  HT  $1200. Ph. 886-2941. 2526-2  '65 CHEV PU with large canopy.  Fair shape. $600 obo. Ph. 883-  9995. 2512-4  '69 LTD SQUIRE wagon. Runs  well,   Interior   clean.   Body  rough. $550. Ph. 885-2853.     2532-2  PH. 886-2827  2062-tfn    Boats and Engines  1 BDRM WF ste.  Quiet loc.  Madeira Ck. Permanent only,  $135 per mo. Ph. 883-9055.    2376-5  HALL FOR RENT, Wilson Creek  Community    Hall.     Contact  Bonnie Wigard, 885-9403.11121-tfn  FOR SALE "as is": a 31 foot  troller with a 'B' licence with  approximately 4 . years  remaining. Can be viewed at  Duncan Repairs, Madeira Park,  B.C. Offers are to be sent to Box  130, Madeira Park, B.C.     25214  YOUR GATEWAY  TOTHE  SUNANDFUN  For      all      your      travel  arrangements, charters, direct  flights,, worldwide and  reservations,  contact  Lynn  Szabo.  GRADUATE  of the Canadian  Travel College.  PLAN AHEAD   .  Special flight rates on hand now  for the winter months.  PENINSULA  TRAVEL  AGENCY  Dental Blk. Gibsons  886-2855 - Toll Free 682-1513  I936:tf;  GETAWAY HOLIDAYS  Call Jan .the Coast's most experienced travel-agent. 12 yrs.  experience  and  a lifetime  of  integrity.  Box 1400,1212 Cowrie St.  (next to Sechelt Chain Saw) ���  885-3265  9 to 5, Tues. thru Sat.  All Money in Trust  . ,  A Complete Travel Service  2523-tfn  Livestock  CERTIFIED    Farrier,    Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-3751.  994-tfn  HAY FOR SALE $2 per bale. Ph.  '. 885-9357. 2509-10  J-  PALOMINO quarter-Arab mare,  ' 8 yrs., flashy, lots of action,  fast, gentle, no vices, $500; Reg.  Welsh Pony gelding, 12 yrs.,  trained English, . Western,  jumping & harness, with English  tack, $500; Reg. hz Arab gelding,*  4 yrs., professionally trained  Western, some English and  jumping experience, $700; all  above proven sound, Vet. cert,  supplied. Ph. 485-6062. 1952-3  Pets  QUALITY FARM SUPPLY  All Buckerfield Feeds  Hardware-Fencing  Fertilizer - Purina Products  Alfalfa - Hay - Straw  Good Tack Selection -  Case Garden Tractors -  Rototillers - Toro Lawnmowers  We are on Pratt Road, 1 mile  south from Highway  PHONE 886-7527  11548-tfn  REGISTERED     Wiemerander  pups for show, pet or hunting.  Wdl De ready by Christmas. Call  (112) 487-9587 after 5 p.m. 2128-tfn  Machinery  CAN-AM CRAWLER  CORPORATION  "THE BULLDOZER PEOPLE"  Genuine I.T.M. Undercarriage,  Rollers, Tracks, Sprockets, Etc..  Equipment    Overhauls.  . New  Tractor Parts For All Models ���  Bullgears,   , Pinions,     Engine  Parts, Track press & Rebuilding.  A Complete Service  "Your Bobcat Dealer"  4623 Byrne Rd., Burnaby, B.C.  434-2651 Telex 04-354-652  607-tfn  7 FT. 'cross-cut bucking saws.  Very good condition. Ph. 885-  9403. 2481-3  REX-AIRE VACUUM cleaner.  Ph. 885-3575. 2506-2  For Sale  For Sale  SEALY CHESTABEDS, ass'd  fabrics. Come in for prices.  Sealy mattresses all sizes.  Special till Christmas. MacLeods  in Sechelt. Ph. 885-2171.      2519-2  THREE       BLADE       bronze  Michigan   prop.   19"   D x 12  P x IV. bore. $60, A-l cond. John  Haddock, Madeira Pk. Ph. 883-  2781.    *  \    ,-2516-2  IREllsT^'l*rDl  885-3211  Doug Joyce  ,885-2761  * Jack Anderson  885-2053  Stan Anderson  885-2385  andersoi  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  * Doug Joyce  885-2761  * Jack Anderson  885-2053  * Stan Anderson  885-2385  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  toll free 684-8016  2 BDRM VILLAGE HOME:  hardwood floors throughout &  very good construction on this  full basement home. Flat,  level 60 x 120' lot with lane  access. Sidewalks are a'rgund_  the house.. All finished, no  painting or decorating to do.  Roughed-in plumbing in the  basement. F.P. $44,500.  SELMA PARK: Executive 3  bdrm home with fully  developed basomont on' a  vlow lot. Large family kitchen  and spacious living room with  flroplaco. F.P. $68,500.  REDROOFFS COTTAGE: Small  480 sq ft 2 bdrm cottage on a  concrete foundation.  80 x 250' cleared 'lot. All  plumbing & wiring are in the  house. Needs a septic tank.  Good investment. F.P.  $23,200.  \X.fm *** j^J ,S2,*t>'|J  COZY VILLAGE COTTAGE: 2  bdrm cottago on an exceptional lot In Socholt, Ono  blk to all facllltlos, Rowlrod  1 and In good condition, Approvod for additional motal  flroplaco,  LARGE HOMO WITH i.zn  ACRES: W. Socholt vlow  colonial homo on an oxtra  largo lot, 4 bodrooms with  family room, roc room and  formal living room, 2 oxtra  high carports, 2 1/2 sols of  plumbing,' Mastor bodroom  has a dressing room, All  carpotlng is of good quality.  P,P, $79,500,  \P*%"W*m\WR  ) ;'    p **,   "*��.  V  J..  **.*?.V'\r~* *��� y*-��* =**�����  3 nnDROOM HOME WILSON  CK: Immnrulnto homo with  Inrao, Mindock and . full  hasomonl. Up ft dn flroplacos,  re*r room llnlshod, mastor  IkImt* l�� uxtro largo. Nlcoly  kopt fl, only 2 yis old, All  Inndsropod wllh blnrkloppod  dilvoway. located luM oil of  Aii|)i>il Mil, Son*" iKtPiin viow,  f.P, $-17,000,  LARGE VILLAGE HOME: 3  bodrooms nnd ovor 1250 f.q It ���  ol living aroa with kltchon  nook ft ftopnrnto dlhinn room.  Extra largo soml-watorfront  lot. Pull basomont wllh  rouf-hocMn flroplaco, F.P,  $511,500,  >���.  ���Va'  ,.���-,".   ��.v   * '���  . *  .  ������*-��� ..  -      >  - .a.*Ji ��� _-.* - -���* *���  '.*! *���<������-���  9. *���*-���  ,-a.     :      l  a*  TBI'*  .* I  ������.i    a  Before you.look any further let us show you, the lowest priced  lots in the Redroofs area: prices are from $9,500 to $11,500.  All lots are fully serviced and approximately V2 acre in area.  Contact Jack Anderson office: 885-3211  home: 885-2053  Vancouver: 684-8016  Ih'lM f\l(tnil h.jM II������.('  ���),Y hf-lr  "\  Let us do your homework for you  SELMA PARK: Large lot with a beautiful view towards the island.  12 x 48'furnished mobile home. Less than 1/2 down. F.P. $26,000.  NEW! WEST SECHELT: 1176 sq ft seaview. 2 bdrm full basement home.  Ideal for in-ljJw.syite.^Qojck possession. F.P. $49,900.  .   * . ..-.  ONE ACRE TREED: A secluded building site close to beach in Halfmoon  Bay area. Driveway in. F.P. $15,750.  TUWANEK: 60' pf waterfront. One bdrm partly furnished home. Quick  possession. F.P. $35,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: .9 of an acre nicely treed with a year round creek. Try  your offer to $16,900. Y ,  HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL: $17,000 full price. 2 bdrm cottage on 1/2 acre  treed property in Welcome Woods area. Terms $7,000 down. Bal. $120.  per mo.  DAVIS BAY: 2 lovel home, double plumbing on extra large seaview lot.  Very private yet only steps to sandy beach. F.P. $41,000.  APPROX 5 ACRES: Roborts Creok. Hlway frontage, nicely treed. F.P.  $25,900. .  GIBSONS REVENUE DUPLEX: W|nn Rd location next to tho post offlco.  Up & down duplox ��� a revenue producer, Rents are $250 up and $175  down. Good condition and could go commercial at anytime. 3  bodrooms up and two down. Full prlco Is $45,000,  SELMA PARK: Idoal starter ��� 2 bdrm  12x48' mobllo homo. Spoctacular vlow. $10,000 down. F.P. $26,000.  WEST SECHELT ���$14,900 full prlco for a small 2 bdrm homo on a nlco  lot with good gardon soil,  EXEC. WATERFRONT: 3750 sq ft doluxo homo that must bo soon to bo  approclatod. Ownor says SELL THIS MONTH!  TUWANEK; Now Ib tho tlmo to Ihlnk about a summor cottago for noxt  yoar. Immaculato ono bdrm, mostly furnlshod on 80' of prlmo  watorfront. $35,000 F.P.  WILSON CREEK: Monoy-makorl 2 homos on largo cornor lot, Llvo In ono  ondront tho othor. Phono us for dotalls, F,P. $75,000,  NEW 1172 SQ FT: Wost Socholt Vlow Homo, Full high basomont with  patio. Idoal for In-law sulto. Main lloor has 2 largo bodrooms, a  flroplaco In largo living room ft a viow dining room. Sundock. F,P,  $49,900,  $17,000 FULL PRICE: Rocroallon collngo on largo trood 1/2 aero  proporty, Wolcomo Woods locolo, Irlonl (or handyman, Has gas hoat ft a  stool flroplaco,  WATERFRONT: Solma Park, 2 bdrm on n largo 95 x 550' proporly. Look  lor our sign. F.P, $45,900.  17 1/2 ACRES VIEW: Wool lor campslto ft trallor park. Zonod R-2A.  $39,900 with oasy torms.  ONE ACRE: Trood soclualon, sa-vlcod proporly with drlvoway ron-  struclod, Somo vlow of boach, Clditi to boot launch. Idoal rotlromont  slto. $15,7 50 F.P.  2.5 ACRE MINI RANCH: Handy location In WI|��on Crook. 4 bdrm homo,  doublo plumbing, roc room, snuno ft tack room, Zonod R2, Po.slblo  luhdlvblon. F.P. $57,500. Term**, YY '-���r  ��� V-:  -.-- ������ /-  ���Is V  ../���:  yiy,-.^ )-.,������  A-:..:  .,.yy,,,.  IV  Page 1^4  The Peninsula Times      'Wed; December 8,1976  For Sale  For" Sale  For Sale  For Sale  WORK BOAT, log salyage,18'  fibreglass jet drive, 302-Ford  powered, $3200; 250 Honda  motocross trail bike, swap for  pickup or cash, $700 value. Ph.  886-2737. 2443-2  1 FRIDGE $125; 1 Freezer, 1 yr.  old; $200; 8 lb. bags of apples,  $2each. Ph. 885-3853. "'"  2444-2  NOW Offering men's hair styling,  phone 886-7616. Barber shop  across from Bank of Montreal,"  Gibsons. 2379-tfn  THREE   13x700   snowtires   2  wheels $35. Ph. 885-9325 after  5. ./ 2504-2  MAYTAG auto washer. Ph. 886-  2941. 2527-2  STEREO UNITS. Visit the new  MacLeod store and try. out our  new stereos. Ph. 885-2171.   2520-2  PUREBRED BOXER, 4 mos.,  male, all shots, ears cropped,  $125.   Ph.  885-2485   (Sat.  Sun..  only). 2524-2  CRAIG CASSETTE tape deck  and speakers, $75. Ph. 883-    -  9206, ' *.    -       2510-2  MADE TO ORDER: Macrame  ,   Lamps,   , Plant    and    Wall  Hangings, etc. Order now for  , Christmas. Ph. 885-3147.     2491-2  SHOULDER STRAP tote bag.  New $20. Would make an excellent gift. Ph. 885-9379.     2515-2  MILK COW,  wringer washer,  tools and misc.  items.  Air  cooled motors 4-12 hp. Truck, 1  IN EXCL. cond. 500c Hasselblad.  two film holders, 120 mm and  40 mm lens. Extensipn bellows,���  extension tube, 45 degree and  vertical viewer. Leather  carrying case. Full cash price  $1000. Ph. 885-9862. ��� 2508-3  PHILCO 4 burner elec  Excl. cond. Ph. 885-9984.  range.  2528-2  ton. Ph.883-9172-,  2511-4.  IBM   ELECTRIC   typewriter.  Almost new. Ph. 883-2458.2514-2  26" PHILIPS Modular 4 color TV,  like new cond. Before you buy  new come and see and save a  bundle. $450. Ph. 885-9802.   2419-1  X  EAL ESTATE  APPRAISAIS  NOTARY PUBLIC  UNO DEVELOPMENT LTD  DENTAL BLK  GIBSONS  PHONE 886  TOLL FREE 682  Jon McRae  885-3670  CHASTER ROAD: A bargain! This 3 bedroom  home on a good sized lot is a terrific investment. Needs some interior painting.etc.  Presently rented @ $200 per month. The price  is not a misprint, it really is only     F.P. $26,900  FAIRMONT ROAD: 4 finished bedrooms in this  1360 sq ft full basement home: Fireplace up  and down, finished fee room, 2 full bathrooms,  plus ensuite. Living room, dining room with  nook area all have a beautiful view of the Bay  area and out through the Gap. Double carport  and huge sundeck round out this home  designed for comfortable family living. F.P.  $67,500  GOWER POINT ROAD: 4 bedrooms in this  lovely full basement home in Gibsons.  Seclusion and still close to shopping and Post  Office. 1100 sq ft fireplace, large L-shaped rec'  room. Large back yard perfect foe swimming  pool. An ideal family home. F.P. $49,900  Ken Crosby  homes  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD: one landscaped  acre on the Waterfront. In Roberts Creek.  Provides the ideal setting for this 3 bdrm home  on full basement. Wall to wall carpet  throughout this 1324 sq ft with covered and  carpeted sundeck, ensuite plumbing, double  carport and many extras such as steps to the  beach and boat house. F.P. $79,900  Lorrie Girard  886-7760  HIGHWAY 101: 2 bedroom, lovely home in  Gibsons. Exceptionally large landscaped,  panoramic view lot. Double carport, Franklin  fireplace in family room, fridge & stove included. F.P. $36,900  HILLCREST ROAD: At the corner of Crucil Road.  Two bedrooms upstairs, plenty of room for  expansion in the full basement. Spend your  leisure hours enjoying the spectacular view  ��� from the living room and huge sundeck. Be the  first owners, this home is brand new. F.P.  $52,500.  STEWART ROAD: Three bedroom, beautiful  Spanish style, sunken living room home. On"  1.46 acres in very quiel area. Many features  including ti gorgeous fireplace, den & garage.  Almost 1400 sq ft of living area all on one  floor. F.P. $68,500  HIGHWAY 101: Home and 2 lots means Value!  Excellent    view   of    the    Bay   area.    Ideal  retirement or starter home with all appliances  included. Situated on nicely landscaped double-  lot close to schools and shopping.   F.P. $38,90*0  HIGHWAY 101: Gibsons. Incredible panoramic  view from the mountains of Howe Sound across  the Bay and out to Georgia Strait. This 3  bedroom full basement is laid out nicely'  for family living. Combination garage-  workshop is fully insulated with separate 100  amp service. F.P. $47,500  NORTH FLETCHER: Brand new 3 bedroom home  and it can be yours for as little as $2500 down.  This magnificent view, 1268 sq ft home has a  sundeck, w/w carpeting, ensuite plumbing. In  an area of good homes. F.P. $46,500  No, this is NOT the road with the large holes. This is the road with the small valleys!  [��fused LIP appliccrtions  mW R��  here to be reconsidered  Jack Pearsall, MP for Coast Chilcotin;  advises that the government has cut unemployment insurance premiums by nine per  cent and added $150 million to its winter  works^ programs.  unemployment insurance  now been eliminated.  fund deficit has  u-.rr   p    *��,���. t BOOK LOOK  Local Initiatives Program (LIP) will get . _ LJ||  _   ���        ..-.-.  :"$10^million :ar{d'fiie; rest \^'b^lejH'ih the ,\:    \ :X ���. -, *     .���.  -��� bviMurtie; JRt*��dJnaon;��  other government departments for .winter  works projects.  The money is to go only to regions where  unemployment levels exceed seven per cent.  Parts of Coast Chilcotin fit into this category.  LIP applications which were found worthy  but were not approved because of lack of  funds will be reconsidered when the additional money is allocated to Coast Chilcotin.  Mr. Pearsall stressed that no new applications would be considered since' this  announcement is simply an extension of this  year's current LIP program.  The remaining $50 million will be used for  federal labor-intensive projects in areas of  high unemployment. Funds will be provided  to federal government departments for  projects such as repairs and maintenance in  national parks, construction and maintenance of small craft harbors and fisheries  management projects.  Mr. Pearsall said that, better administration of unemployment insurance as  well as better co-ordination with Canada  Manpower have resulted in savings in  Unemployment Insurance Commission costs.  He said it was "significant" that the  1  By ROBERT FOXALL  Did you Senior Citizens get your shots on  Friday? A goodly number of seniors wore,  there to be vaccinated against Swine Flu. If  you were unable to get to our hall or were not  aware that tho vaccine was to be available  you should telephone the Health Unit ut  Gibsons 80G-2228 and they will advise you  when the next shipment of vaccine will be  available.  The administering nurse is very capable  and the whole procedure takes fi very few  minutes. Bo sure to telephone and make nn  appointment to get your protection the first  avallablo opportunity,  While 1 was unable to be there myself, I  understand that tho Dance held Nov. 20 was n  great success and woll attended. Watch for ah  announcement of another dance sometime in  tho New Year.  There will be a meeting of the executive at  10 a.m. on Dec. 7. Dancing anil carpet bowling  will be held ns usual. Both are growing in  popularity so don't miss the opportunity to  liave some fun and sociability.  Tho big event for Branch (10 will bo our  Christmas dinner to be held at our hall at  noon of Dee. 1(1, Be sure thnt you are going to  have a good time.  Be sure to do yourself a good turn and  telephone 1180-2220 and get an appointment to  haven vaccination against riwino flu when the  next shipment of vaccine in In.  "See you at the dinner.  courtesy of artist William Kurelek and the  other by John Seymour.  From Hurtig, Kurelek and Abraham  Arnold review JEWISH LIFE IN CANADA in  their collaboration outlining the immigration  of Jewish people some 100 hears ago when  they came here to the prairies to give farming  a try. Some of the newcomers gave up earth-  scratching and went to cities like Winnipeg  where they put their skills together to build,  one of the world's largest garment industries.  , Arnold's text and Kurelek's art make a  lovely blending of candlelight ceremonies,  warm family scenes in pioneer homes,  marketplaces, synagogues and other intimate views of this low-key ethnic group. The  book does not stop at paintings with short'  articles alongside, but delves into some heavy  documentation comprising oyer half of the  book. For $9.95, it is a bargain for Canadians  collectors.  THE GUIDE TO SELF-SUFFICIENCY  brings back a lot of memories of childhood  visits to the family farm as well as giving a  reassuring look into what may become  necessary in our growing world. As John  Seymour puts its: "if it ever comes to pass  that we have used up all the fossil fuels on this  planet, we will have to reconsider our attitude  to our only real and abiding asset ��� the land  itself."  Gloomy predictions of a dying world are  expelled by the author who shows how to do it  ALL yourself.  He begins gently by giving an overview of,  the natural cycle of food production. Unfortunately, in his assessment of the continent, like so many works from south of the  border, there is a rather cold looking blank  grey area above the forth-nlnth parallel  which is Canada.  However, coastal dwellers can just apply  similar temperatures in the guide for the  U.S.A. and come up with growing areas  comparable to those in this country. The book  Is large and has clear diagrams tliat show  how to bake bricks, mako beer and carve  barrels. The sepia coloured drawings make  one yearn to build sapling gates, liarncss  work horses, tliatch roofs and churn butter.  Tho details is a good guide to thoso who are  considering a move back to the land, but Is  also enjoyable reading material for tho  dreamer, The 250 indexed pages are liberally  covered with clearly executed diagrams that  cover everything step-by-stop , from butchering to bee keeping. Doubleday bring this  one to gift buyors at $13.50.  BURN WOOD  AND SAVE MONEY!  WOOD  HEATERS  Exclusive pnl-  ontod ffiaturos ol  Ashley Wood  Hoators will provide you wilh  yoiir 'round honi  lor ft lot loss Ihai*  olhor ho mors.  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Aylwln  Toro Morris Gladys Parish  5,G, (Bud) MontQOinory  Tim and Jano Nowcomlx*  lorrlo & Elloon ft Mlko Evana  Tho lato Edward Laldlow, Sr,  (In*'- ,. ii Din. I**iti><k  ���Vnll'irii VusIpiip i;l)  M'-iinil|!i>(|li Dolid  is*  - '"31  ,*  /<������  s^^__T\^f^\  SOUTH FLETCHER: Exceptionally well built  large family home. Almost 1/2 acre  beautifully landscaped lot with fruit trees,  etc. Sundeck, courtyard and view of Bay  area. Large, bright, sunny kitchen. Four  bedrooms and a full basement. A truly  lovely home. F.P. $59,000  SHAW ROAD: 3 bedroom split-level home  on large landscaped corner lot. Modern  kitchen, nicely appointed living room with  wall to wall carpet. Extra large carport,  bright stucco exterior. Priced to sell. F.P.  $44,500  .rtl*.iH.��,.**,il.Tn�� i  ��� Antiawiii  ACREAGE  LOCKYER ROAD: Approximately 5 1/2 acres in  Roberts Creek. Good soil, very private and  secluded. F.P. $29,900  ROBERTS CREEK: Privacy in the trees, this 5  acres parcel fias 60 feet of highway frontage  for access. The balance is completely secluded.  OFFERS. F.P. $25,000  GEDDES ROAD: Off Lower Roberts Creek Road.  Cleared 4.5 acres, Nicely sloped to the south.  Very well priced at only. F.P. $23,500  ROBERTS   CREEK:   Highway   101   divides   this  property diagonally down the centre. Develop  both sides of the road. Try all offers. 5  acres. f.P. $30,000  CEMETERY & GILMORE: 8+ acres, this valuable  corner may be on the main access road to  Gibsons on completion of the new bypass highway. Many trees plus 3 excellent springs for  domestic water. An ideal holding property. F.P.  $49,500  * Lots approx 1/3 acre  * Southwesterly exposure  *' Close to ferries  * Overlooking Keats Island  LOTS  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD: off Choryl Ann  Park, beautifully cleared and lovel building site  hidden from the road by many largo trees. Easy  accoss to an exceptional boach, 70 x 100' and  prlcod for Immediate salo. F,p, $i 1,900  UPLANDS ROAD; Tuwanek, Ideal rocroatlonal  lot in beautiful woodod and park-llko aroa,  zonod for trailers. This lot overlooks Socholt  Inlot and tho Lamb Islands. F.P. $8,900  ALDERSPRING ROAD: Absolutoly the bost soil  going on this 50'x 150' lot on sowor In tho  hoart of Gibsons. Potontlal vlow of tho Day  aroa, Excollont torms avallablo,      F.P, $12,000  GRADY ROAD: In Langdale Chines ���superb  view of Howo Sound from this largo irregular  shaped lot. All underground services. F.P.  $15,000 .  ABBS ROAD: Ono of tho nicest building lots In  Gibsons, Lovol building site with drop-off in  front of proporty to protect privacy, spectacular,  panoramic vlow. Slto 66 x 128'.      F.P, $18,500  GOWER POINT: Watorfront. Lovoly cloarod  100x195' vory steop to tho boach but a  fabulous building sito with southorn exposure  and panoramic vlow. F.P, $25,900  SCHOOL & VVYNGART ROADS: Only 6 of thoso  Duplox zonod lots loft. Boautilul vlow  proportlos ovorlooklng tho Bay, closo to  schools and shopping., All lots porfoctly suited  to sldo-by-sldo' or , up/down duplox construction. Specially Prlcod Nowi Only 1 will bo  sold at $14,500 and only 1 al $15,500. Act  Nowi  BAY ROAD: with frontago on Dougal as woll I  Thoso two valuablo soml-watorlront lots aro  lovol and all cloarod, only a stone's throw away  froin boach, Excollont placo to koop or launch  your boat,  Ono�� F.P. $11,500  Ono�� F.P. $13,900  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: With watorfront  as scarce as it Is this double uso lot rdprasonts  roal valuo. F.P. $22,000  SARGENT ROAD: On tho uppor sldo o| tho  road, ovorlooklng tho Day and ai far Into  Goorgla Strait a. tho eya can soo. This lot is in  a doluxo homo aroa, closo to shopping and  schools. ' F.P, $16,900  CHASTER ROAD: Noatlo your homo In tho troos  on Ihls 67' x 123' building lot, Aroa ol proposed  now school, Namo your own lorms, no  reasonable olfor refused, F,l\ $1 1,500  GOWER POINT ROAD: Privacy and 100' ol  wolorlrontoflo, hooch |u��t at othor sldo ol iho  road. Drlvoway Is In, building slto claarud wllh  soptlc tonk and main drains In,       F,P, $25,000  ABBS ROAD; at tho cornor.ol School Road.  Excellent oxtra-largo building lot  with spoctacular vlow of Bay, Howo $ound &  Goorgla Strait. Approximately 75 x 150  foot.  F.P, $19,000  CEMETERY ROAD: En|oy tho qulot privacy of  ono aero In rural Gibsons. The proporty Is all  lovol usablo land. Trood with somo vlow, F.P,  $17,900 ;  FORBES ROAD: tn langdalo. Vory closo to  school, this cornor lot is cloarod, lovol and  roady to build upon, Note tho oxtra largo slio  of approx 80 x MO', F.P, $13,500  GOWER POINT ROAD: At tho cornor ol 14th,  This proporty has 2 lovols cloarod lor the  building slto ol your cholco, Excollont vlow ol  Georgia Strait, Approxlmatoly DO x 250', F.P,  $16,500  TUWANEK: Only ono block lo hooch, full vlow  of Inlot, Piped community wotor avallablo.  80x 140', NEW low prlco       '      ONLY $9,900  SOUTH FLETCHER: at School Road, 2 lots  40 x 150' oach wllh small rontablo cottago on  ono lot, This proporly has oxcollont potontlal as  It hns a spoctacular vlow o( tho ontlro Day aroa  and Koats Ial. Mostly cloarod ond ready for  building ono or two homos, f.P, $24,900  "Average size 72' x 220'  * Beautiful view of Bay area  * Close to school  * Watch the boats in the gap  PRATT ROAD: Near proposed new school slto,  This lot is cloarod and ready to build upon,  Mature fruit trees dot this 76 x 125' lot. F.P.  $13,500   SHAW ROAD: Nowly completed ��� the most  conveniently located subdivision In Gibsons.  Only 2 blocks from shopping contro, and both  elementary and secondary schools. Lovol  building sites with some clearing on a nowly  formed cul do sac. Thoso prlmo lots on sowor  and all sorvlcos ���- won't last long prlcod at  only  $13,900  LANGDALE RIDGE: Close to school and ferrie*  thoso largo 1/3 to 1/2 ocro lots aro oach  unlquo in tholr vlow, shapa and topography.  Horo you will find the building site to complement your homo dosign. Koats Island and  tho surrounding scone* will be your plcturo  window. F.P. $11,900 to $14,900  SKYLINE DRIVE: Ovorlooklng tho Bay and tho  Vlllago of Gibsons from this quiot and private  lot on tho bluff, Start building your dream homo  right away an tha oxpanse of this  207 x 115 x ) 01 x 66' uniquely shapod lot. F,P.  $14,900    SKYLINE DRIVE: This 70 x 59 x 131 x 122' lot  wllh an oxpanslvo vlow of, tho Bay aroa and  Gibsons Is woll prlcod at only F,P. $11,500  SKYLINE DRIVE: With tho sowor only 150' away  from this lot and tho adjoining lot also for salo,  makos this on excellent valuo, Tho Idoal spol  for a distinct and original homo. Nlco vlow and  sholtorod from Iho opon soa, F.P. $ 13,900  PRATT ROAD: Noto tho site of this magnlflcont  lovol building lot In a fast growing aroa, closo  to proposed now elomontary school. Lot size  110 x 200'. Vory woll prlcod at only (Firm) F.P.  $13,000  LOWER ROBERTS CREEK ROAD: 1,12 acros ot  prlmo rosldontlal property, Culvort In (or  drlvoway, Roglorlal wator and oloctrlclty, Flat  and lovol with many Qood building silos. F,P.  $14,900 '  The coffee is always on���drop m for our free brochure A-  -~y  y-  S  ���> X  ...  ������>  y  r~  Wednesday, December 8,1976  The Peninsula Times  PageB-5  Life is full of paradoxes isn't it? So  perhaps we shouldn't be surprised to find that  in the decade in which God has been  pronounced dead- a myth of children which  we've outgrown, the CBC's religious program  Man Alive is one of television's most con-.  sistent success stories.  If you're not familiar with the program  you're excused for jumping to the conclusion  it must be sugar-coated nostalgia, a goody-  goody show giving the illusion, "God's in his  heaven, all's right with the world". On the  contrary it consistently endeavours to  present life as it is, and refuses to ignore or  push under the rug mankind's riot so noble  attributes. Torture as practised in the 20th  century, death, loneliness, greed, have been  discussed and our fear of people who are  different, who have physical or mental  disabilities.  How does Man Alive succeed without even  giving a nod to the conventional media  wisdom that the audience only wants to be  entertained and only show-biz extravaganza  can break through the apathy? I don't know  perhaps its like the bumble bee which according to science shouldn't be able to fly, but  it does most beautifully. Maybe it succeeds  because at a time when we .all. can find a  rationale for doing what we want to do. It  refuses to compromise integrity and strives  continually to be honest.  Man Alive certainly doesn't. preach,  neither does it give you the answers' nor I ���  think does it let the viewer watch passively  with a, "there but for the grace of God go I"  sort of satisfaction. What then does keep a  loyal and growing audience? Are they a sort  of masochist? If you're wondering that, then  I'm not giving a balanced picture. The  program's strength is the message that  however dark the world looks, whatever the  problems, whatever the disability, however  much is stacked up against you, there is a  quality in man's spirit which can rise above  disaster, can adapt, can cope, can overcome  seemingly impossible odds and we are all heir  to it. s,  Man Alive's strength, of course, is the  team which puts it to-gether. While much of  the impact depends upon host Roy Bonisteel,  upon his sensitivity and empathy, the gentleness with which he exposes inner feelings  and private thoughts to the camera's public  eye, he would I'm sure be the first to emphasize that programs of such commitment  and integrity are team work, the end product  of many skills, and of how much each depends  upon the other.  "People who work for Man Alive have an  almost religious commitment (quite apart  irom the fact we're a 'religious' program) to  the kind of programs we make. We tend to be  very earnest, questioning everything, even  our own motives, and then by contrast to  break the tension which develops we make  rude jokes about these very serious subjects���the things we hold most dear" one of  BOY BONISTEEL carries a. religious  dedication iii to a 'religious' program.  The host of the CBC TV program Man  Alive has been with it since it first took  to the air waves ten years ago.  the young producers told me. "We're always  trying to figure out exactly what we're doing,  where we are going, as the year developes  and some ideas develop gradually while  others come into focus suddenly as a result of  happenings in our fast moving society."  Roy Bonisteel came to the job as host when  the program first came on the air in 1967 as a  modest religious news magazine. He brought  a background of experience in print and radio  journalism and had been for the two previous  years the Regional Director of Broadcasting  for the United. Church in B.C. working with  radio and television stations throughout the  Province. He undoubtedly finds it a continuing challenge and learning process as the  program develops into S unique exploration  of everything which makes man more fully  alive.  The two programs before Christmas are  perhaps representative of Man Alive's approach���the first on December 13 (10:30 p.m.  Channels 2 and 6) will tackle the issue of  prejudice in Canada, bring us face to face  with facets of our society which we might  prefer to forget. A group which wants to send  all coloured immigrants home; where have  we heard that call for racial purity before?  The sad reality that Native Indians, people  of African and Asian origin can live in fear of  their lives in this Canada of ours, balanced  with an interview with world famous child  psycholigist, Bruno Bettelheim of New York  who survived Nazi concentration camps.  Then on December 20 an intimate portrait  of a very special lady who could be said Jo be  the embodiment of the spirit of Christmas.  The joy and love arid peace of Mother Teresa.  I'm sure some of you're asking, 'why���oh  why does CBC put programs like this on so  late at night?'      ,  How do they expect those of us who have to  get up early to go to work or get children off to  school to stay up late on .a Monday-night? I  know the rationale for scheduling programs  without advertising out of prime time���its ah  economical necessity��� but I don't understand why Man Alive could not be  repeated another' day at another time-  especially as it is a program children and  young people whose attitudes are still flexible  could benefit from immeasurably. Small  children might not understand it all���but the  honesty and sincerity would touch their  consciousness.  Perhaps this is a way CBC could recognise  that Man Alive in its first decade has  established for itself a reputation for using  the medium of television for the exploration  of the meaning of life and how life in all its  dimensions can be lived more fully. It's ten  years in which all of us,, perhaps especially  the most secular people have come to the  realization of the need for life to make some  sort of sense and a program such as Man  Alive justifies our belief in public broad-  Sechelt Notes  -���by Peggy Connor  That   wasn't   a   wheelchair   invasion*  Tuesday, Nov. 30, it was, the extended care  patients from St. Mary's Hospital out for their  annual Christmas shopping spree.  The Mini-bus delivered the shoppers to the  Trail Bay Mall where they were aided in their  shopping by volunteers and relatives.  Gerry Mossman as he is only 100 years old,  deigned to ride in the bus, went along  powered by his daughter, Nancy Richmond,  as she walked him down. Volunteers aiding  Activity Aide, Lillian Peters were Ruth Slade  and Vona Clayton.  Donations in lieu of Christmas cards may  be sent to Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital, Box 185, Sechelt or phone Mrs. Betty  Monk, 885-9310 and she will see that your  name is added to the list to be published in the  paper.  This is available to anyone public and  members.  casting. That it can and should provide opportunities for real communication between  people, and challange us to reach out to  realise we are only limited by what we  believe to be possible.  J a.  CHOQUER & SONS  '   -  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Socholt, B.C.  VON 3A0  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  But: 885-��244  Rot: 885-2686  This year, plan on avoiding the holiday rush by placing your long  distance calls early.     .       *-  And, take advantage of our longdistance discounts. For example, when  you dial station-to-station (112), you can save up to 6Qr/r off the regular day  rate on most long distance calls placed before 8:00 a.m 7  Keep this chart handy. It can help you save on your hol|day-calling.  Long distance discounts on most station-to-station calls you dial  yourself (112). Minimum charge 20c per call.  Calls inside B.C.  Monday ��� Friday  5:00 p.m.���11:00 p.m.  Saturday ��� Sunday  8:00a.m.��� 11:00p.m.  Calls outside B.C.  Monday ��� Saturday  6 p.m.���- Midnight  Sunday  8:00 a.m. ��� Midnight  Christmas Day & New Year's Day  8:00 a.m. ��� Midnight  Calls inside B.C.  Every night  : 11:00 p.in. ���8:00 a.m. ���*  Calls outside B.C.  Every night  -*Midnight ��� 8:00 a.m  regular day rate.  B.lbm ItL  Brilliant styling, sleek look  and luxurious interiors  I      I  1      I  SomsorUte* nawott lino of hardslded luggage* It cov��r��d with towgh,  lightweight aero-metal deilgned to stand up to year* of hard travailing.  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December 8,1976  Another of Rod Coneybeare's two hour  specials will be heard on CBC radio Sunday at  5:05 p.m. This one is a portrait of Cole Porter,  who lived a lifeas elegant, sophisticated and  bittersweet as the songs which made him  famous. He was .unique, witty, frivolous,  charming, a glittering, wealthy member of  the cafe society who took' infinite pains, to  concealhis shyness.who cultivated the bored,  - worldly facade, of the smart set; but had  tremendous drive, was a demon for work and  was never satisfied until he had produced  each creative piece exactly right.  Cole Porter was born in Peru, Indiana, he  was a precocious, musically gifted child who  craved love and affection and soon learned he  could get it by producing pretty little tunes on  the piano. He was popular at school and Yale  he could write funny or wicked songs for  student show.  He married a beautiful, wealthy southern  belle, 12 years his senior and for a time they  amused themselves at a dizzying pace on two  continents. In 1937 a horse fell on him and his  legs were badly crushed. For the rest 6f his  life he lived in pain, but during those years  wrote many of the songs which made him  famous.  Rod Coneybeare talked to intimate friends  of Cole Porter ahd others who brought his  shows and songs to live including Gene Kelly,  Fred Asstaire, Ethel Merman, Alan Jay  Lerner, Frank Sinatra, press agents,  directors and musical experts���and presents  their comments and his own impressions of  Porter with some of the most memorable  Porter songs. Just what sort of man was this  who gave us Begin the Beguine, Night and  Day, Easy to Love and the rest?  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. Festival Singers  of Canada; Nexus Percussion Ensemble;  Bernie Piltch, flute, Monica Gaylord, piano.  John Wyre, Penderecki.  Nightcap 11:10 weeknights, the arts and  serial reading.  Eclectic Circus .12:10 a.m. Bach to  Brubeck, host Allen McFee, weeknights.  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9  Playhouse 8:04 p.m. The Chase by Harry  Junkin ��� Part 6 Revelation.  Jazz Radio-Canada 8:30 The Brian Browne  Trio; The Roger Simard Nonet.  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. Quebec Symphony Orchestra;  Ruggiero Ricci, violin.  Concerto, Lutoslawski; Prelude to Afternoon  of a Faun, Debussy; Concerto 64, Mendelssohn.  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10  Canadian School Broadcasts 2:04 p.m.  Yukon, the life of the people.  Country Road 8:30 p.m. From Nashville  live performance by Jeannie C. Riley.  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. Vancouver  Symphony Orchestra. Masuko Ushioda,  violin. The Fairy's Kiss, Divertimento,  Stravinsky; Violin Concerto in D Minor,  Sibelius.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11  Update 8:30 a.m. Round-up of B.C. happenings.  Quirks and Quarks 12:10 p.m. Current  theories among scientiest of the origins of the  universe and of life on earth. Host Dr. David  Suzuzki.  Hot Air 1:30 p.m. Peggy Lee with the  Benny Goodman Sextet.  Metropolitan Opera 2 p.m. Esclarmonde  by Massenet ��� first performed in Paris in  1889 ��� recently re-discovered by Richard.  Bonynge. Stars Joan Sutherland, Clifford  Grant and Canadians, Louis Quilco and  Huguette Tourangeau.  Our Native Land 6:15 p.m. Common  Writing ��� the re-structuring of the written  language of the Inuit.  CBC Stage 7 p.m.  Between Ourselves 9:05 The Lonely Watch  describes the lives of freighter crews on the  Great Lakes.  Anthology 10:05 p.m.  Music from the Shows 11:05 p.m.  Broadway's Golden Years.  Concern 9:05 p.m, Friendship stories and  comments about human attachments.  MONDAY, DECEMBER 13  The Great Canadian Gold Rush 8:30 p.m.  Farewell to American Bicentennial Year.  Italian shock band PFM.  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. The Best of  Saltzburg ��� Hermann Prey, baritone; Erik  Werba, piano, Iieder of Hugo Wolfe.  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14  Touch the Earth 8:30 p.m. Journey into  southern states will Bill Usher, Joe Men-  delson and Linda Page Harpa.  Mostly Music 10:20 p.m. National Arts  Centre Orchestra. Serenade in D minor,  Dvorak; Symphony No. 3, Schubert.  JB  ���egion Hosts  uner  On December 23 the Royal Canadian  Legion in Sechelt is hosting a dinner for all  World War I veterans and their wives. All  World War I veterans and their wives living  in the area of Pender Harbour are also invited. Any veteran who would be interested in  attending should phone R.N. Keen at 883-9097  before December 10, so that transportation,  etc. can be arranged.  Please note that you do not have to be a  Legion member to partake of this invitation.  tomorrow's forgotten man  stopped advertising yesterday.  TheP:  ENINSULA  'Jdme&i  call, our advertising department today  at 885-3231  PENTANGLE PLANTS  lor the Christmas Season  we will be carrying  a fine selection of:  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12  Voice of the Pioneer 8:40 a.m. Memories  of the ,1917 Halifax Explosion from Mrs. C.N.  Brown then a 16 yr. old schoolgirl.  Ideas 4:05 p.m. Special on the Viking  Landings on Mars. -  Special Occasion 5:05 p.m. Profile of Cole  Porter by Rod Coneybeare.  Symphony Hall 7:05 p.m. Montreal  Symphony; Tashi Quartet. Klein, Debussy,  Beethoven, Sibelius.  Symphony World 8:30 p.m. Franz Paul  Decker talks about romantic music versus  modern music. Is the symphony orchestra a  dying form?  ��poinsettias  0 azaleas  ���cylcamen  ���pottery  ���Christmas cactus  ���dish garden  ���china  ���wicker  ���fresh evergreen arrangements  hand-made Batik hangings  many exotic tropical plants...  and so much more.  Tues.f Thurs.. Sat.  10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.  CEDAR SHANTY  .  If your looking for  original Christmas Gifts  we have:  �� silver jewellery -  original West Coast Indian designs  �� hand-crafted copper &  macrame jewellery  �� folk jewellery -  hand-made in Greece  fi macrame animal art &  wall hangings  ��  Christmas centerpieces  �� hand-dipped Christmas candles  �� hand-made bags & cushions  �� variety of a handknitted articles  �� stuffed toys  Tues., Thurs., Sat.  10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.  upstairs in  WHITAKER HOUSE  i!  !  I:  !  <  !  >  ^   USED  Like New!  SERIAL H5794 1152 SQ.FT.  24 x 52 MONARCH'2 bdrm with don, slant kltchon with 2 dr FF  frldgo, 2 dr onsulto bath, Your cholco ol furnlshlnfls, c/w gardon  tub, Durold rool 8, guttors. Rosldontlal oxtorlor,  SERIAL 111203 960 SQ.FT.  24 x 44 HIGHWOOD 3 bdrm, onsulto bath ontranco, fully carpotod  In LR, hall, Mil, 2nd and 3rd DR, 2 bathroom sinks. 2 dr. FF frldgo,  doluxo oloc, rango, built-in dlshwashor, doluxo drapos, doluxo  Country furrtlshlngs, Durold roof ond guttors, rosldontlal oxorlor  and rosldontlal doors,  SERIAL 115985 1152 SQ.FT.  24 x 52 CHANCELLOR 3 bdrm with soparato utility room, onsulto  bath off Md, util, ovorhoad cablnots. Doluxo kltchon coblnots and  buffot, 2 dr FF Irldgo and doluxo oloc rango, Durold rool and gutters, rosldontlal oxtorlor. Town & Country furnlturo and docor.  !! NOTICE!!  Tho Sunshlno Coast Quoon is Off Now ��� Now Units  Now Havo to Bo Bargod at Added Expsnsol  12x56  MODULINE 2  bdrm homo.   Fully  furnlshod  Including frldgo, stovo, washor & dryor, and ovon tho  TV. Spoclal Prlco . $0,995.00  plus tax  10 x 50 SKYLINE 2 bdrm, frldgo, stovo, dinette sulto,  drapos,  a first  quality woll-bullt   unit.   Immaculato  1344 SQ.FT.  wot bar, sop, util. room,  showor,  util, ovorhoad  furnlshod   In  Town   8  rosldontlal front door and  condition. Spoclal Prjco  .$5,995.00  plus tax  SERIAL W5041  24 x 60 CHANCELLOR 3 bdrm with do  onsulto bath wllh gardon tu*.***  cablnots,   doluxo  kltch>t|P<ffb|r*l|  Country docor, Durold roS^rW^utlors  oxtorlor,  SERIAL Ml077  12 x 60 HIGHWOOD 3 bdrm, carpot LR, hall and M0, Ensulto bath  ontranco, 2 bathroom sinks, doluxo wood trim, doluxo cablnots, bay  window, Iront kltchon. Doluxo Country furnlturo, drapos and docor,  )^cWt,%|lu|iriJlh  (Aak&rajil^ilmfln <;  ow$ri5r7  c.rpuv|h IpV  |BW8f*ff gutt  960 SQ.FT.  ontranco, doluxo drapos,  dlshwashor. Durold roof &  1152 SQ.FT.  slant kltchon, full onsulto  doluxo kltchon cablnots,  guttors,  rosldontlal oxlorlor.  SERIAL 115030  24 x 52 CHANCELLOR 2 bdrrn^jtli  frldgo, doluxo kltchon cciWn-^s aj  furnaco, Durold rool anc  torlor, Doluxo docor nr*cr"iflP'rpots,  1152 SQ.FT.  nt kltchon with 2 dr FF  doluxo oloc rango, oloc  (Tatdontlal front door and oX'  SERIAL 111201  24 x 44 HIGHWOOD  2 drFF frldgo,, dolux  guttors, rosldontlal  SERIAL 116032  24 x 52 CHANCELLOR 2 bdr  bath, 2 dr. FF Irldgo, d**u*|  showor In onsulto. Du  Traditional groon docol  SERIAL HI 216 1162 SQ.FT.  24 x 52 HIGHWOOD 3 bdrm with lamlly room, onsulto bathroom,  gardon tub, 3 dr, FF frldgo, doluxo oloc. rango, built-in dlshwashor,  doluxo ash cablnots and built-in buffot, Carpots throughout, doluxo  Colonial docor, drapos and furnlturo, Durold roof ft guttors,  ' rosldontlal oxtorlor,  SERIAL HI200  12 x 60 HIGHWOOD 2 bdrm, front LR with soparato dining room,  rovorso alslo, onsulto bath ontranco,. 2 bathroom sinks, doluxo  wood trim, bay window, doluxo buffot. Doluxo kltchon cablnots,  carpots, LR, hnll and MB, Doluxo Colonial furnlturo, drapos nnd  docor,  kwot bar, built-in dish-  SERIAL tt 1284  24 x 56 Highwood 3 bdrm. d*|!t\w  washor, countortop tp-wb, \pl-level  ovon,  doluxo  buffott,    durold   i^ffL Jgpftftrs    and    downspouts,  rosldontlal oxtorlor3��^�� drapos with Europoan pub  docor and furnishings. 2 dr. FF frldgo.  SERIAL 01264  12 x60  Highwood  3  doluxo buffot, 2 d  nlturo, drapos and  Intorior.  Motor Home!!  Demonstrator  ,1976 FRONTIER 21' with Ford chassis, fully solf-  contalnod. Stovo with ovon, largo 3-way frldgo,  furnaco, 2 propane tanks, 2 waste wator holding  tanks, sloops six adults, economical to run. 11 m.p.g.,  '351 Vfl, auto, ps, pb, radio. Hoa r��opnrato bathroom  c/w showor. Only 4500 mllos, bal. of warranty. List  now$16,600 NOWONLY $14,200 F.P.  SERIAL H1153  12x60 HIGHWOOD 3 bdrm,  dr off DR, 2 bathroom sink  Doluxo kltchon cablnol  docor.  iksfRip-f  s, <Jm?  lrtti^Jp*&lnJkro|<ni bay wlndo  :����Cot1|^flwMn, doluxo wc  tlima-an.ountry  furnlturo,  drn  Indow, patio  wood trim.  pos  and  SERIAL W5907  24 x /I0 CHANCELLOR  polio door, Dol  rnngo, Rural Rus  lELLOR 2'bdm>,j��^(|roSr*tlor�� and  uxo cohlnolsrfJd \,3^Smmf FF frldgo  ist furnltino��*t#lITTOc-r, Full i osldontlal��  064 SQ.FT.  and downspout*,  doluxo oloc,  oxtorlor.  (Across from the new Sechelt Legion)  &&  ff  Box %6. Porpoise Bay Rd., Sechelt  I.D.L 0-0G23A  pjirato dining room,  doluxo Country fur-  ay window, doluxo wood  NOTICE!! >f  We have ONE only space available right  In Sechelt in Sundance Trailer Court to  accommodate, any of our five new or  used single wldes.  *   HURRY!!  4  i1  ���twswssssawww^^ >  A   . .i  .1  4  ENINSULA  Section C  Wednesday, December 8,1976  Pages 1-4  f*sJ       *-  *4     a  *                                                   fl  4        -.       f    ���   \  V*   V  Sechelt council approved one bylaw at  their first December meeting and agreed to  hold a public hearing into an amendment; for  another. ������ _  The long delayed dog control ordinance  was finally given third reading on Wednesday  night and an operating-agreement is to be  drawn up with Gibsons. Aldermen also  decided to impose a height restriction on all  new construction; An addition to bylaw 162  reads "no part of any building except a ch-  miney shall be higher than 11 metres,(36.1  feet)." No date was set for the public hearing.  In other business the council agreed to  send letters to all property owners along  Porpoise Bay who have encrouched land  beyond their lot lines. The home owners will  be warned they are not allowed to usurp  crown land for private use.  ���Morgan Thompson, Sechelt representative  on the Sunshine Coast Regional District asked  for renewed support from other council  members for the concept of community use of  schools. Thompson explained that he thought  the function would act as a unifying force for  the Peninsula.  Frenc. comedy film planned  French comedy is what is in store at the  Twilight Theatre for the Kwahtahmoss Film  Society's Dec. 8 show.  The film is "Tall Blond Man With One  Black Shoe*', a 1973 production directed by  Yves Robert and written by him in conjunction with Francis Veber.  It is of a low-key comedy style aiming for  quiet chuckles rather than belly laughs, all  done in a clever and highly professional  manner.  The title role is played by Pierre Richard  as a mild-mannered French symphony  violinist who becomes a decoy in a power  struggle between rival factions of a top secret  security agent.  This tall blond man is completely unaware  what is happening even as electronic voyeurs  and eavesdroppers are watching everything  he does. Such blissful! ignorance becomes a  running gag which is well sustained by  Richard's beautifully dead pan style of acting.  ';<- M AT (HRiwK Tm  IUh'K  Vol..  GIVING GENEROUSLY, two and a half  year old Stuart Pinkney of Gibsons  deposits his quarter in the Elves Club  Christmas Drive box in Sunnycrest  Mall. Stuart was among many who are:  making donations to the Elves Club to  help them make Christmas a little  merrier for the deserving.  ���Timesphoto  ler  relationships  In August a chapter of Big Brothers of B.C.  was organized for the Sechelt Peninsula.  Since that time three Big Brother-Little  Brother relationships have been established.  "In September and October it became  very clear that there was a real need for the  services of the Big Brothers orgnnization. At  the moment there are eight young lads  waiting for Big Brothers. Six boys live in  Gibsons and two in the Sechelt-West Sechelt  area. The age range is eight to fourteen  years," a spokesman said.  The purpose of Big Brothers is to provide a  father son relationship for fatherless boys.  The time involved is usually four to six hours  a week;.The activities engaged in during the  relationship, vary from spectator sports  activites to jobs of work.  "The Big Brother is not a "sugar daddy"  and the problems of the young lad's mother  are not those of the Bij* Brother. The  minimum commitment requested of a Big  Brother is of a two year duration," the  spokesman added.  The need for men willing to serve as Big  Brothers is a very real one. Interested men  are asked to contact the chairman of the Big  Brothers steering committee, Bob Wetmore,  at 885-9006 or 885-9229. The mailing address of  Big Brothers is Box 1337, Sechelt, B.C.  No matter what shape  you're in, you ^J  can be in ���������krtB  shape,   panncipacnon^  Tho Canapli-M movenmrtl lot p*tl��pw*l Mpp��m  I-Iiikss. In your heart you know It's ri(*ht.  Retiring regional planner Adrian Stott  didn't leave without getting in a last word  about the board and also made more comment to the Area A Property Owners  Association.  About Stott's final board meeting, he said,  "I told the board .that this was the finest and  best place to live in the world. I know it is,  that's why I decided to live here. I told them  the only way it is likely to change is through  human activities and the board should  remember that when making any decisions  affecting these areas. They should avoid the  trap of trading off environmental concerns  for short term economic and political gains. It  will tajke a lot of time and money to get it  back."  Stott, who came to the regional district  three years ago, said there were a number of  things he was pleased with in his work' arid In  the board in general.  ' I'm pleased with the fact that the board is  now working on policy rather than on an ad  hoc basis," he told The Times, "I'm pleased  that the board now has a measure of control  over its situations. I'm also pleased that the  planning office now is functioning properly  and are able to help people more and get  answers faster. The fact that there is nqw  more opposition to the board's actions shows  that they are governing rather than just  letting things go."  Stott said there were several small  changes, administrative changes and things  like the installation of highway reflectors  which pleased him as well.  "I'll still be very interested in this area,"  he said, "I intend to live here for a while and  then move, perhaps, to Bowen Island."  Stott had intended to help form a company  with Area B regional director Peter Hoemberg. "I still intend to form the company,"  Stott said, "It would be a property  management company. It would make sure  that proposals comply with what the  government wants. I've seen many proposals,  which would have had a much easier time  working with the government. I would like to  help them tliat way. I would like to See land  used in such a way that it does not harm the  environment."  In another matter, Stott said, "There are  some impressions I would like to correct  concerning the Area A Property Owners  Association. He referred to a series of advertisements the association had been  carrying ln The Times and said, "They say  that their area is so big etc; but the concept is  one person one vote; not one acre one vote. In  terms of population, they have as much  power as any other electoral area. Each area  director has one vote for each 1,000 people in  his area. They keep raising the issue of size  and that is only clouding the issue.  Stott said a recent ad said all development  was bring director toward Gibsons and  Sechelt. "They don't seem to realize that  there are six core areas toward which  development is directed; three major in  Sechelt, Gibsons and Pender Harbor and  three minor in Port Mellon, Secret Cove and  Egmont. We are not directing development  away from any areas; we are directing it to  these core areas which can be serviced. Of  the six core areas, two are in Area A. There is  no freeze on growth or development but there  is directioni of growth to suitable areas sis  defined by the community plan," he said.  not wante  ill��  Aaf**  1-j    L^V^Vi^rj  Admission  Adults - $3.00  Children - $2.0��  Day Evening  Phone for reservations     885.2955    885-3U5  Tickets available at the Arena, Benners & Me Micks  Eighty trave  o Nutcracker  By JOAN RIGBY  On Wednesday, December 1, the Arylys  Peters' music students and the Pioneer Girls  of Calvary Baptist Church, travelled by bus  and three station wagons to attend the group  matinee at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, of  The Nutcracker Suite. It was delightful  beyond words  The young people were involved in games  and puzzles on the ferry trip over, and joined  in singing Christmas carols on the return trip.  We are grateful to the principals of the  secondary and elementary schools who  viewed this outing as a learning experience  and gave approval to the absence of the young  people from regular classes. We are also  grateful to the parents who helped us  shepherd this large group. We had a fun day  from beginning to end.  Everybody contributed to the good day;  the youngsters themselves by their excellent  behaviour; the parents for their helpful cooperation; Rick Andrews our bus driver; The  Queen Elizabeth Theatre for their second  mile help, and McDonald's for their efficiency in packaging food for 80 hungry  Gibsonites so that it was still hot when we got  it.  This outing is now part of our memories of  lovely happenings. t  Financial assistance  Management counselling  Management training  Information on government  programs for business  on Wednesday, Dec. 8th  .  one of our representatives  will be at  Bella Beach Rfiotel, Sechelt  Tel: 885-95S1  t|fiyou;:r(ttqu|re^f{na  fexpandlyour^bus  '.pbtainjitfejsewh^  :tcpndi|ipns][or^  1^ B DB;m;a n age me n t'fs'^  tand/training'priwjsh^  Jgp verhm en t/; program s?a^  5'busmesslfi^  145 West 15th Street,  North Vancouver, B.C.  980-6571  SPILSBURY & TINDALL  ���v-ivl^  It's time once again to be merry and local  police are concerned that your high spirits  don't affect other drivers.  So it's annual roadblock time once more  but the checkpoint increase won't be as  dramatic as in Vancouver where special  patrols will pay close attention to the areas  around liquor establishments.  Explained Sechelt RCMP corporal, Gary  Thomas, "We maintain, year round watch on  drinking drivers, there is just more of them to  catch at Christmas and New Years."  Thomas also reported a fourteen-year old  girl had been seriously injured when the  horse she was riding along Field Road rolled  on top of her. A companion escaped with  minor bruises.  In Pender Harbour a car that careened out  of control down a Garden Bay Road hill  slammed across a bridge into a parked car.  Damage was estimated at $1100 and no  charges havo been laid,  Speciality Machine Shop owner, Hugh  Baird reported $300 damage was done to his  truck when someone attacked it with a  hammer and filled the gas tank with water.  VHF MARINE RADIO  TELEPHONE  FIX 12/25 with antenna Complete with  6 channels plus weather receiving crystal  HeguBar *S25 ��  CHRISTMAS SPECIAL  ' r^^\Jlj^m  SEAFARER 3  i p-Vl ��*  "���'-. *X**<'A'.  1977 Johnson 2 HP List '344  cmisrms special $299  1977 Johnson 6 MP List '704  CHRISWAS SPECIAL $659  1 only 1976 JOHNSON 6 HP List '654  CHRISWAS SPECIAL $5!  ^  DEPTH SOUNDERS  3 scales - feet, fathoms & metres  Steads up to SO fathoms  One year warranty  Bn stock for your sports fisherman  Regular *12905 JJ  GHRISTMASSPECIAL  CANOES  16r Frontiersman c  CHRISTMAS SPECIAL %  16' Frontiersman square stem  CHRISTMAS SPECIAL '  -x ���"P**^-  Ipk**  SECHELT  885-2512 ���Sr,  *������ s  ���'���*��� * ���/���'./���       !  I-    .'    /..  \  1  A  Page C>2 The Peninsula Times  ���"*"' Wednesday. December 8,1976  Sunshine Coast Senior Soccer Association  tournament goes this week-end.  The first game of the tournament will be  Saturday at 9 a.m. The second will be  Saturday at 11 a.m. and the third will be at 1  p.m.  On Sunday games will be at 9 a.m., 11 a.m.  and It p.m.  The tournament will be played by FIFA  regulations and will be refereed by B.C.  Soccer Association referees.   N  All local soccer teams are expected to take  part in the tournament.  Mat-  Arena news Williams wins in tournament  events  fer club  Sechelt Arena has announced its Christmas schedule.  December 19 ��� Annual Christmas Dinner,  adults $3, children $2.  December 20, 21, 22, curling.  December 23���9:00 a.m. - 6:15 p.m. public  skating; 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. adult and teen  skating; 8:30 p.m. -10:30 p.m. broomball.  December 24���9:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m. public  skating.  December 25 ��� CLOSED.  December 26 ��� 1:00 p.m. - 5 p.m. public  skating (free admission).  December 27���9:00 a.m.-8:30 p.m. public  skating; 8:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. broomball.  December 28���9:00 a.m. - 6:15 p.m. public  skating; 6:30 p.m. -8:15 p.m. adults and teen  skating; 8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. fathers vs sons  hockey game (Trail Bay Sports); 9:30 p.m. -  11:30 p.m. broomball.  December 29���9:00 a.m. -8:30 p.m. public  skating; 8:30 p.m. -10:30 p.m. broomball.  December 30 ��� 9:00 a.m. 6:15 p.m. public  skating; 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. adults and teen  skating; 8:30 p.m. -10:30 p.m. broomball.  December 31 ���1:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. public  skating; 9:00 p.m. - ? New Year's Dance.  January 1, 1977 ��� 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.  public skating.  January 2 ��� Regular schedule resumes.  By PAT EDWARDS  Gibsons Winter Club is starting to get  many activities underway with the pulpmil]  playdowns on January 22. Four fellows there  are looking forward to a Tri-Mill Spiel ir  Prince George in February.  The high school league has a.bongpjje:  coming up on Jan. 15 with four outside schools  attending. This is their first spiel and we hope  it will be successful for them.  We also are looking forward to the firsl  annual Gibsons Open Mixed Bonspiel coming  up on February 18,19 and 20. It will be a large  32 rink affair.  Several persons have signed up for the  New Years Eve Party. Tickets are available  to curlers or non-curlers so tell your frields.  .We do ask for you to give us an indication ii  you wish to curl or not so we can build the  draw accordingly. Remember there will be  an organist there to provide live music and  we do look forward to a fun evening. The  party is small, as all we can accomodate is 80  persons so we recommend you get your  tickets early or you might be left out in the  warm.  As other important dates come up, we will  inform you in this column, so keep your eyes  peeled and read it thoroughly every week.  We invite groups to rent ice on weekends.  Businessmen, mill workers, schools, hospital  employees, ferry workers, everyone.  Work off a grudge'against your competition and decide who. is best once and for  all.  The ice is available most Saturday and  Sunday evenings. The lounge is also available  for rent for $40 per evening. Phone Gus at the  rink 886-7512 for details.  The Winter Club had a very successful  Grey Cup day. We had the lounge open for the  first time in its completed form. We hear the  boys from the hangover league all sat around  watching the game and enjoying the pleasant  atmosphere. A hearty thanks to Ron Lacey  for setting up the day.  In the afternoon, Paul Gaud held a turkey  shoot which was very popular with the club  members. Deidre Pearson supplied food for  the day as she has done many times in the  past and we are indeed thankful we have  members like her who are will ing to help out  when we need them. ' N  The Gibsons-Sechelt Invitational Bonspiel  is our next big event. It is to take place on  December 11 and 12. Our 12 rinks are looking  forward to a friendly rivalry with Sechelt's  dozen.  By HELEN PHILLIPS  On Dec. 19 the .Sechelt Arena will be  holding its annual Christmas Family Dinner.  Dinner starts from 2 p.m. till 8 p.m. You  must make reservations for the time you  want so that everyone doesn't come at the  same time. Please phone the arena.for  reservations at 885-2955.  You must pick your tickets up by Dec. 14  from the arena, Benners Furniture or Uncle  Mick's. .     .  Cost of tickets is $3 for adults and $2 for  children, under 12. Nowwhere else can you. get  such a lovely meal for this price, so be sure to  make your reservations now.  Minor hockey is playing on Sunday, as  usual, so for some parents, find out what time  your, boy plays hockey and then make  reservations for after the game.  Last year the dinner was a great success,  so be sure to get out this year and enjoy it  again.  Two Sechelt boxers put up valiant efforts  in an invitation boxing tournament in Powell  River last week. The result was a win and a  loss on a split decision. I _  Perry Williams of Sechelt recorded a  unanimous decision over Tony Beulieu of  Abbotsford in the 132 pound class.  Jerry Johnson of Sechelt lost a split  decision to W. Anderson of Abbotsford in the  139 pound class.  The fighters took part in the Powell River  Boxing Club's Challenge Tournament.  -   Murray' Niir��erie*  .   * Locally grown nursery stock  * Complete seltactlon of evergreens  * Fruit trees  * Roses, etc.  * Full design services  byapp't. Only * No yard sales  885-2974  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent. Buy, Swap. etc.  aters  demonstration  Figure skaters will be showing their stuff  December 17.  The Sunshine Coast Figure Skating Club  will hold a demonstration in the Sechelt  Arena on December 17 from 4:15 to 6:45 p.m.  AU club members will be participating in  this demonstration of badge, dance, freestyle  and other skating levels.  The draw for the raffle will be made  during the demonstration. Raffle tickets are  available from,all club members.  Christmas hours -  open every Friday night Till 9 p.m.  Sechelt Redskins defeated Sechelt United  in a senior soccer goalie's nightmare Sunday.  Redskins topped United 7-4, with Redskins  scoring done by six different players.  Gary Feschuck had two goals for Redskins; and singles went to Larry Paul, Robert  Paul, Vernon Paul and Tommy Paul.  Kirby Jackson scored three for United and  Pelly Paulson added the other.  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LAND SURVEYOR  Sechelt Lumber Building  ' Wharf Street, Box 607  Sechelt, B.C.  |Off ice 885^-2625     ' Home 885-9581  Roy and Wagenoar  B.C. LAND SURVEYORS  CIVIL ENGINEERS  ���   Marine Building ��� Wharf Stroot  Box 609 ��� Socholt, B,C,  0852332  SPECTRON SHEET METAL & ROOFING  Dox 710 Gibsons  886-9717 Days  * Hoatlng and vontllatlon  * Tar and gravol roofing  Ron Olson Lionel Speck  006-7044 006-7962  RENTALS  SPECIALTY MACHINE WORKS  (Hugh Baird)  , Custom ft Marino Casting  Brass--Aluminum Load  Manufacturor of Froos, Draw-knives, Adzes  Manufacturor of Machine Par|s  Wolding  25 hour service *  805-2523 or 885-2108  OPPOSITE SECHELT LEGION  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS and EQUIPMENT  RENTALS and SALES  Easy  Strip   Concroto   Forming   Systems   *   Com  iprossors  ���   Rolollllors   ���  Generators   ���   Pumps  Earth Tampors  Sunshine Coast Hwy, 4V Francis Peninsula Road  MADEIRA PARK PHONE 603-2368  RETAIL STORES  CfiS HARDWARE  Sechelt, B.C.  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'".-�����*, ������ *���: & vi   .*  .i-':  ALTHOUGH NO one could hear the another couple waltzed around behind  music, there was quite a bit of waltzing the net. The dancing started after a  done in the final period of the Wakefield- Wakefield forward attempted to put the  Roberts Creek game December 2. Here puck in the net. The Roberts Creek  some players take up partners while ..goalie was holding on to it at the time.  m [       " <k  Pender Harbour Lions vs Family Mart Aces.  4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Game: Pee Wee ��� Trail  Bay Sports vs Gibsons BE's.  5:15 p.m. to 6^15 p.m, Game: Tykes ���  Truckers vs Gibsons Kinucks:  WEDNESDAY - DECEMBER 15  4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Game: Pubs ���  Mercury land Sabres vs Gibsons Lions.  5:45 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Game: Bantam ���  Weldwood Clippers vs Gibsons GT's.  6:45 p.m. to 7:40 p.m. Practice: Juvenile  ��� Elson Glass.  7:45 p.m. to 9 p.m. Game: Juvenile -*-���  Pender Harbour Jets vs Whitecaps.  The Peninsula limes PageC-3  Wednesday. December 8,1976        >  WEDNESDAY - DECEMBER 8  4:30 p.m to 5:30 p.m. Game: Pups ���  Pender Harbour Whalers vs Gibsons Lions.  5:45 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Game: Tykes ���  Gibsons Kinucks vs Sunshine Raiders.  6:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Practice: Midget ���  Legion 140 and Tyee Flyers.  7:45 p.m. to 9 p.m. Game: Juvenile ���  Elson Glass vs Whitecaps.  SATURDAY + DECEMBER 11  10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Practice: Midget and  Bantam ��� Tyee Flyers and SuperValu 23's.  11:45a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Practice: Bantam  and Pee Wee ��� Gibsons Kiwanis and Gibsons  BE's.  1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Practice: Pee Wee ���  Standard Oilers and Legion 109.  SUNDAY - DECEMBER 12  5:30 a.m. to 6:30 a.m. Practice: Midget  and Bantam ��� D&O Loggers and Gibsons  GT's.  6:30a.m. to7:30a.m. Practice: Bantam ���  Weldwood Clippers.  7:45 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. Practice: Pups and  Tykes ��� Mercuryland Sabres and Sunshine  Raiders.  9a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Game: Midget ��� Tyee  Flyers vs Legion 140.  10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Game: Bantam ���  Gibsons Kiwanis vs SuperValu 23's.  12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. Game: Pec Wee ���  Legion 109 vs Standard Oilers.  2:15 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Game: Bantam ���  Sechelt Arena is organizing a holiday  broomball league.  Ice time has been set aside for broomball  on December 23, 27, 28, 29 and 30.  An entry fee of $22 per team ls being asked  by the arena.  A spokesman for the arena said there also  was a provision for individuals to pay a $2  registration fee and can be placed on teams.  Deadline for entries is December 20 to  allow a schedule to be drawn up.  SPECIFICATIONS:  * codar siding  * wooden "doublo glared" windows  * 4 In 12 pitch roof with durold shingles  * 2' ovorhong with codar t��off|ts  * 3' x 6' 0" codar front door  MONDAY NIGHT MIXED TEN PIN  Ladies high single was taken by Fran Reid  with a 149 and high two was bowled by Fran  Reid.  Men's high singleand double was rolled by  Tom Purssell with 196 and total of 385.   7  Tuesday Night Ladies high single: 245,  (633) by Debbie Brunee  SECHELT COMMERCIAL  Dec. 2, 1976: Don Caldwell' 279, Pearl  MacKenzie 251, Lionel McCuaig 264, 258, 252  (774), Pat Wing 261 (650) Don Slack 259 (670),  Frank Frizzell 249, Lome Christie 229,267,248  (744), Joanne Giampa 232, (593), Andy  Henderson 253, 336, Mary Henderson 238,  Bonny Simpkins 220  Nov. 25: Lola Caldwell 245, Tom Purssell  334, (719), Hermann Wegener 281, Joanne  Giampa 257, John Robbins 288, Barb Christie  207  Davis Bay School: David Macleoad 127,  Jeff Sim 110.  JUNIOR BOWLING  Dec. 4,1976 (Ages 6-10):Jeff Sim 157, 108,  Shelly McElroy 193, Trevor Pike 155.  BALL AND CHAIN  Dec. 3,1976: Wayne Place 210,107 (611), Al  Hunter 266 (642), Glen Clark 200, 281, 245  (726), Pete Sopow 231, Don Henderson 224,  Eve Worthington 210, 210, Wendy Steele 231,  Tina Hunter 233, 231, 292 (756), Jan Haslett  209, Joyanne Hope 230,200 (612), Bert Walker  230,236 (615), Ron Sim 219, Robin Bryant 257,  224, (658), Florance Turner 206, Gordon  Turner 208.  |.   '/I*  2" x 4" studs  * 3/4" shoathlnq  * R12 Insulation In Walls ��� R20 In colling  * 1/2" drywall ��� 2 coats good quality paint  * Topllno Citation cablnots  * all oloctrlc homo ������ 125 amp sorvlco  I  l;   i.  I  Talk with us before  you buy a double wide.  Invest your money in a  Real Home with an  increasing value.  This home on  your foundation!  ��� i'V         \ ���              Y," t  rsairsv ���������������> iv::r.��',Y';7:rJ'' m;',"'!'^'!,' f    ������  Hi ilk... 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X^'^.-r^SZfo-*!*.*   .^������^���TWa,   .,<-\     \>.,7      /I-      mi \ I-*-J. "��*"l��Sk" 7      *' Jl,>  JBIav.^  vvitK  \ y  y  A  7  From the pulpit  ���By Pastor Gerry Foster,  In the past couple of weeks a major topic  of discussion in Canada has been Separitism.  . With the election of a new government in the  province of Quebec the question on many  minds is whether or not Quebec will separate  from Canada.  Last week the prime minister addressed"  ���the nation on this very subject which certainly indicated that the threat oi Quebec  separation is a reality. In fact Mr. Trudeau's -  very words were "the crisis is real, the crisis  is now". But there is another kind of  separation which Canadians must recognize.  It is a separation which has already taken  place. I refer to the separation of'man from  God his Creator. And before you pass this off  as irrelevant let me apply the.above quoted  words to your present spiritual situation;  "the crisis is real, the crisis is now".  You and I.can trace our personal history  back to an historical incident recorded in the  Bible in the third chapter of Genesis. There  the first humans, Adam and Eve, disobeyed  God and one of the results was separation  from the personal-infinite God who had  created them in His image. And separation  spread to all men because all men have  sinned. And there were other separations as.  well which were a direct result of our free  moral choice to turn our backs on God. For  instance separation of man from himself  (man has fear, man has psychological  problems). And another great separation is  man from man which accounts for  sociological problems.  'These separations are 'real', they are  'now'. And next week we will talk about what  can be done about them.  Fitness. In yiHir heart you know-  it's ri*>ht.  Tne Canddi.,:. movement  (op pfepson.il Illness  panmiPBuian  ���Mk  The local funeral home charges  no fee for pre-arranging and  recording your funeral instructions. Those who have  already enrolled in Funeral  Plans or Societies, but prefer  arrangements or service locally,  should take advantage of our  Pre-Arrangement Plan.  The local Funeral Home offers  all types of services, Funeral or  Memorial, at moderate cost.  The local Funeral Home will  arrange . for local or distant  burials, cremations, or services  in other localities.  At time of bereavement, your  first call should be to the local  Funeral Home, no matter what  type of arrangements you  prefer.  D.A. DEVLIN  owner-manager  im*i*mmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmm*mmmmimmm0J  ?>s  >>4i"7' -      ! ?���<���*  J -- _      Y'  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  PageC-4 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 8.1976  All tickets for the Welcome Beach Community Association dinner on December 18  are now sold out. If you are unable to use your  tickets for any reason you are asked to return  them for refund to Jean Petit so that they can  be made available to people on the waiting  list. Members' tickets are not transferable.  There will be a few openings on the  shuffleboard tournament in the.New Year  and anybody interested should telephone 885-  9765. What- better way could you find of  passing a winter, evening than playing this  facinating game with a congenial group of  people and finishing up with a 'mug-up' and a  convivial social hour. Beginners are welcome  to come along and give it a try.  The last adult film show of the year, by  courtesy of National Film Board, had a  pleasantly varied programme. 'Arctic  Outpost', one of the finest films to be seen on  the Arctic, showed life in Pangnirtung, a  settlement in the eastern Arctic, where a  handful of men and women provide for the  health and welfare of the scattered Eskimo  population. Excellent photography,-, interesting scenes and fine natural acting  combine to make this an exceptional film.  'The Railrodders' was a hilarious piece of  nonsense starring Buster Keaton. Master of  silent slapstick, he was at his best in this part  without words.. As his railway track speeder  crossed the continent from the Atlantic to the  Pacific, the audience enjoyed some  magnificent views of Canada.  A more thought-provoking film was  '.Overture', made in the General Assembly  HaU of the U.N.  To the music of the Vienna Philharmonic  Orchestra playing Beethoven's Egmont  Overture, the camera portrayed the fight of  the U.N. to restore a war-shattered world.  ���b)[ Maty Tlnkkty  Thanks were expressed to Ralph North, who  acted as projectionist in the absence of Keith  Comyn. Mrs. Leuchte's next programme will  be on January 28,1977 and will be on Japan.  Patricia Murphy who is associated with  Century 21 Real Estate, was in Powell River  on November 26 for a real estate practice and  ethics seminar, hosted by the Powell River  Real Estate Board. Guest speaker was Peter"  Watts, a Vancouver expert in the field of real  estate.  Other residents of the Sunshine Coast who  attended the seminar were Barbara Skagf-  jord, also of Century 21, -Jack White and Peter  Smith of Sechelt Agencies, Jean Sladey and.  daughter, Patricia, of Olli Sladey Realty and  Ron McSavaney of Floron, Realty.  ' Elsie Julian feels she has caught up with  the summer she missed in B.C. this year,  after spending two delightful weeks in'Santa  Barbara sunning herself in temperatures  between 70 and 75 degrees.  The poinsettias were in full bloom and  ' there were hedges of brightly .coloured  geraniums. She enjoyed watching the  swarms of humming birds and many birds of  paradise. The citrus trees, she reports, were  laden with ripe fruit and there were lemons as  big as grapefruit.  Her return journey, however, was  harrassed with fog. She was fogbound in  Portland but her plane was eventually  allowed to take off for Seattle. There, all  planes were grounded and after a delay, the  passengers were bussed to Vancouver.  Are you part of the human race  or just a spectator?  a  pamapacnont  Rom-Lin your hrai you know k\ right.  AUDREY PRESCESKY, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Peter Prescesky of  Madeira Park was united in marriage  with Peter Heidema, son of Mr. and Mrs.  George Heidema of Surrey on November  6. The weddings ceremony was performed by Rev. N.J: Godkin at St.  Hilda's Anglican Church in Sechelt. The  Heidema's will be residing in Campbell  River after December 6.  ��� Photo by C. Abernethy  Members of Robert Creek Hospital  Auxiliary were hostesses at a very enjoyable  coffee Party and Bazaar on Friday Nov. 26 in  the Legion Hall and they wish to thank those  who provided items for sale and especially  those who attended and bought things.  Tables were well stocked with gifts and  crafts, home baking, plants and books and a  big white elephant display. A number of  raffles received full support and prizes were  won byMrs. Chamberlain, pyrex. dish; Mrs.  Marshall, grocery hamper; Carrie Nixon,  doll; Marie D. 885-2188 caserole dish; and  Mrs. Hornett, crib quilt.  A ladies gold wristwatch was found on the  floor and may be claimed by identifying the  watch. Call Mrs. Rogers 885-9258.  , Members come and hear the report of the  cbffee party at the next auxiliary meeting,  December 13, 11. a.m. St. Aidans Hall.  For  Quick  Results  Uso  Times  Adbriefs  SALVATION CHAPEL  CAMP SUNRISE, HOPKINS  Sundays at 2 p.m.  ��� all welcome ���  886-9432  OMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev.'T. Nicholson, Pasto.i  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  0;00 p.m. Sat. ovc. nt St. Mary's Gibsons  8:30 n.m. Our I>ndy of Lourdes, on tho  Sechelt Indlnn Reserve  10:00 a.m. nt The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt  12 noon nt St. Mary's Church In Gibsons  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Davis Bay Kond at Arbutus  Davis Bay  Sunday School , 10:00 a.m.  Morning Service  11:15 a.m.  Evening Service 7:00p.m.  Wed. Prayer and Bible Study  Phono 805-21(10  "nnn-dciioni ination"  UNITEDCHURCH  Rov. Annotto M. Roinhardt  886-2333  9:30 p.m. ������ St. John's Wilson Croek  11:1 5 a.m. ��� Gibsons  offlco hours for appointments:  Tuos, ��� 1 iOO p.m. to 4:00 p,m,  Wod, ��� 1:00 p,m, to 4:0Q p.m.  Fri.  9:30 lo 12:30  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Services and Sunday School ure held  each Sunday at 11:15 a.m. in St. John's  United Church, Davis Bay.  Wed, Eve. Testimony 7:UO p.m.'  All Welcome  Phone 88S-:il57 or 880-7002.  St. Hilda's Anglican  Church, Sechelt  ��� a  Services every Sunday  Il:.l0nudl0n.m.  Sunday School 10 n.m.  Madeira Park, Legion Hull  Service 1st and 3rd Sundays. 2 p.m.  The Rev. IN J. Godkin,  tta:t-2640  .(ETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  HB6~7449  ���   Mermaid and Trail, Sechelt  .Sunday School - ();45 n.m.  Morning Worship Service,  11:15 a.m.  Wed. Bible Study - 7:00 p.m.  HveniiiK I'Vllowship ��� 7 p.m.  2nd lk '1th Sunday oi' every month.  Pastor: l\ Nil porn  885-9905  SEVENTH-DAY  ADVENTIST CHURCH  Potior C. D-lol-oru  SABBATH   SCHOOLSot,   3:00   pm  HOUR OF WORSHIP ��� Sat, 4:00 pm  ST. JOHN'S UNITED CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  Everyone Wolcomo  For   Information  Phona  885-9760  8832736  CRISCO  SHORTENING  Ocean Spray  CRANBERRY  SAUCE .  Libby's  3 1b.  can  Whole or Jellied  4 oz   Regular or Pitted  14 or   48 oz  pianos  i��li.# ib   *&��  Sliced.  1 Ib. pkg.  IPafey Beef  Sliced  lb....  Sunkist Navel  Aliens  Flavor Crystals  4paclc3 1/4 oz.  Quik  CHOCOLATE  Drink Mix  16 or.  Kraft�� Singles  2 lb.  Delta  White Long Grain  41b. pkg.   Soup's On  SOUP  PRUN!  NECTJ  Welchs  Chicken  Noodle ���  2 l/4oz.  Welchs  40 oz   Cracker Barrel  CHEESE  Parkay  Medium Wedges  12 oz. ........  Soft Tubs  lib......  Filillll!  Imported  lib. bag  | [GRAPE JUICE  40 oz.  Doxans  ��I  f^Q-pQfOn&IEtoz.  *P      '> '   'p.     M, ?l >. "'...p..!   I i...,i���'l     ii ��� ImiiW*  Delsey  BATHROOM TISSUE  4 Roll Pack *   Kleenex  PAPER TOWELS   'XI  Kleenex  FACIAL TISSUES *..-  0  Glad  GARBAGE BAGS  10's  Sunlight  DETERGENT  Powdor  5 Ib   ti|iuii��in>iin��fMinm  ���Lm.-^l L'nLl'Y .     t '*   >,'," 7? 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