BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Peninsula Times Nov 1, 1978

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xpentimes-1.0186541.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xpentimes-1.0186541.json
JSON-LD: xpentimes-1.0186541-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xpentimes-1.0186541-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xpentimes-1.0186541-rdf.json
Turtle: xpentimes-1.0186541-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xpentimes-1.0186541-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xpentimes-1.0186541-source.json
Full Text
xpentimes-1.0186541-fulltext.txt
Citation
xpentimes-1.0186541.ris

Full Text

 i y  V;  ,/  ,i t  i ���  '-    Ax i^__L  )  11  ���\  \  weather claims  peninsula waters  LOCAL LOG SALVAGER found the  wreckage of the light 22 foot  pleasure craft which carried two  Bella Coola men to their deaths last  Monday. The boat encountered, difficulties in stormy seas in-Welcome  Pass on a trip from Vancouver to  Bella Coola. Fisher found the Jbat-*  tered boat off Thormanby Tuesday.  A rash of boating accidents off the  Sechelt Peninsula last week claimed the  lives of three men, and as of press time  Sunday, a fourth man, presumed drowned,  had not been found.  The dead are identified as Daryl  Draflfey, 34, of Bella Coola and 33 year-old  Elgin Gordon, also of Bella Coola.  JThe two were headed from Vancouver  to Bella Coola, October 23, 'with a newly-  purchased-22-foot-pleasure-craft ~when  they "encountered-difficulties-in-rough  seas.  A second accident Saturday claimed  the life of sailboater Jack Poston, 20, of  Vancouver. Poston drowned after he fell  overboard in heavy seas. Missing is Allan  Dalgliesh, 24, also* of Vancouver. He  jumped in to save Poston.  The tragedy occurred last Saturday  afternoon as Poston, Dalgliesh and' two  crew members returned to Vancouver  after visiting Gibsons in a 27-foot rental  sailboat.  .    In heavy rains and swells of up to sue  -feet, Poston fell overboard as the boat  neared the south end of Keats Island.  , Poston, a swimmer, was not wearing a  life jacket, however, Dalgliesh donned his  and dived in to save his friend.  Thd remaining crew members were  unable tp locate the two and an extensive  search was called.        ���!  Using flares that lit up the night sky  - from Davis Bay to Roberts Creek, air sea  rescue crews, RCMP, and 12 volunteer  ' civilian boats from the area searched  through the night for the pair.  Poston's body was recovered half a"  - mile off Gower Point _near Gibsons at 7  a.m. Sunday. The search continues for  Dalgliesh. *  Gordon, who was president of the Bella  ~ Coola~ United ~Fishermens~ and���Allied  "Workers UnioiTlocal, diecTTast MondayuT  heavy seas and south east winds of up to 40  knots. >  - Their light fibreglass boat, a 22-foot  Chris Craft called the Sunray was found  bashed and overturned Tuesday by local  log salvager Manley Fischer. It had  drifted overnight to the south end of  Thormanby island. ��� - -��� h -������  Draney, a logger who just purchased  the Sunray, was found Tuesday drowned in  his survival suit near the lighthouse at  Gibsons residents  Merry Island. >      . --  The search for Gordon was called off  Wednesday,- but reinstated after Vancouver UFAWU officials launched a  protest.  The union sent telegrams toTVIinister of  Defence-Barney Danson and Transport  Minister Otto Lang demanding the search  be carried on for more than three days.  The rescue centre had told the union  that its resources had been strained-to^he  Uriiit by~ah~overload of emergencies;  Certtre spokesmen told the union that they  had only six aircraft to cover its million  square mile territory.  GgSion, who was also wearing an_  expensive-make  of survival suit;  was  found- by a hover craft search teanji  Friday off Gabripla Island. ��~  -   His body-wassenttorl&chmomhHovi  C^aft Station for autopsy.  The Sunray is moored at Smuggler  Cove awaiting insurance investigators.  ���'-"'Ti:'  J  Minds made up on  referendum issue  ENINSULAjMiek  Serving Ihe Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthams Landing   Gibsons. Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Selmo Park   Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb , Madeira Park   Garden Bay    Irvines Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Re&islratiqn No. 1142  Phone  885-3231  Union onfftSaS'-Tp"' Label  20_Pages~20c Copy  "You've got your minds made up  already," observed Brian Loewe&at the  second recreational referendum information meeting last Wednesday in the  United Church Hall in ^ibsons.  Loewen, a, member of the Regional  AARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINJ COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 48  S|  cna      Wednesday, November 1,1978  .district recreation committee representing the arenay made ihe remark as once  again the subject of the referendum  created a stir on the peninsula.  Wednesday-night it seemed to be the  Gibsons Curling Club against the Sechelt  Curling Club and Gibsons against the rest  of-the pesninsula as residents from that  area demanded committ^lmembers to  justify the holoUhgl-oLa-MerendumlJhat  would finance 12 recreation projects  capacities at both rinks two years ago and  thought at that time there was a demand  for more curling space.  Ch'amheriin, however, said this year  th�� Gibsons club has 20 vacant rinks in  primeJime.  " "Twenty'rinks is just not any use to  us,*' said-Seehelt club spokesman Gordon  Dixon. "We need 40, 50, 60 rinks."  Committee member explained to thoSe  in  attendance! that   joint-financing "~of  ���Se��-Page~A-3-  B.C. Hydro has okayed a consultant's objections~to~the projectHffoffTthls area  recommended corridor for the planed 500-  kilovolt transmission line due to pass  through the Sechelt Peninsula enroute  fromthe Lower Mainlaffd to Vancouver  Island. *   ;  The announcement was .made last  Thursday along.with-.the release of the  second-ffiiliaakoF theJBe^k v&pc>pi despite  a promise made by a Kydni>pofces"inan  that there would be opportunity J��<jr publicJ  discussion-of-thefffll -consultants-report   prior to a final decision on the corridor.  The recommmended corridor shows a  bulge on the Sechelt Peninsula  representing Beak Consultants Ltd's view  that a - broader range of route options  should be maintained in that area until  more detailed studies can be completed.  The addendum to the Beak report, also  A bone of contention with Gibsons  alternate/corridors-acroBs the-peninsularr-discussed-byHBeak-in-the-Phase-I-Study���Fesidents~is^a-$20O#00 expenditure^  would be substantial." ^at were not originally considered ac- - Report and those subsequently identified ��� extension to the Sechelt arena that would  The report said that it was evident   ceptable W Beak Consultants* or B.C.    duringpublic consultations." provide curling and hockey seven days a  during the public consultation program oh   Hydro during the initial studies. It is ^anticipated that a final route   week;  the peninsula that this  is  a  rapidly  -    "It is recommended, therefore," said , decision m this specific area will not be       At present hockey players used the ice  developTnif T^idential ,*and recreational   th!Tfeport7"tfiaF the~cdmddFcfdssmg"the~made beforeearly 19797 five days a week and then the iee is shaved  Sechelt Peninsual be sufficiently broad to   ..   Volume II of the Beak report recom-   and turned over tp culers for two days. A  incorporate  all the  options  originally J; mends a corridor route between Cape   procedure, Loewen says, now costs the  .Cockburn  on Nelson  Island  and  the   arena $300 aweek.  -Dunsmuir Substation near Qualicum Bay        Tii&Gibsons^tH^howeveiTfmdspiiblic-  -on VatjCouvefTsIand, that will not usruf^ncihg of another curling club "a little  Lasqueti Island as a stepping stone for th��s^|jiard/jptake" after financing their own  line;     - -~      =     ~ ~   ^^jilub^withprivatefundsand membership  TLasqiieti Island residents! had raised   fees.?  :area and the data sources status. Also,  that, residents of the area suggested  Election battlelines have been drawn  as the deadline for declaration expired  Monday at noop.  Tfre"peninsula~election scenelviirsfiape"  up asfollows:  SECHELT  Four candidates have declared their  4ntentiens-ofHseeking--one-^f-4wo-aldei^:  Representatives of B.C. Hydro will  appear in court January 11 to face  provincial environment ministry-laid  charges in connection which the dumping  of Tordon 10K pellets into Clowholm Lake.  Hydro has been charged that: being  responsible for the storage of a signable  See map page A-3  released oh Thursday, says that since the,  ���Sechelt PeninsulffatWls^the mostHenseljT"  populated section of the mainland portion  of, the recommended corridor, "it Was  natural that the public commentary and  clearly visible, contrary to pesticide  control act regulations.  And that: being responsible for the  storage of a signable formulation of  Schedule HI pesticide commonly known as  picloram, did not ensure that no  unathorized persop could enter the facility           in which the aforesiad pesticide was stored  formuiatioM  commonly known as picloram did not   person responsible, contrary to the  ensurCthat a placard was affixed and   pesiUcide control act regulations,  maintained on the outside of each door       Jane  Mackie   appeared   in  Sechelt  lea^ng-intQZthe-facility-in-which-the-���provincial Court last Wednesday on behalf  aforesaid pesticide was stored bearing the   of Hydro to set a trial date. No plea was  environmental and social objections to  construction of the line through their  island.        . :        .     "���,..'..;.;���:. .���.,, ".'. .:..���  The addendum said that volume H of,  the Beak report was accepited by Hydro  "prior to specific comment." ,;  "However," the report read^ "sub-  "stantial"puBlic comment was received'iiT  advance of completion of the Volume II  report, and the recommended route has  ���See Page A-3  IPTT  ipanic positions up for" grabs "on^Seehelf*;  council November 18. ���������������">  .- ���In-the-running-aref-inGumbent-Jayce  Kolibas, Norm Watson, Carl Chrismas and  Larry MacDonald.  GIBSONS  In Gibsons, four candidates have announced that they will go ^ajEter the  village's two aldermanic seats open this  district earlier this year offering,empty   year. Keith Evans, 'Riichard'Fitcjjett, ana  rinks to curlers. incumbent Ted Hume ai|d Lorraine  ^TBatlefter was never answered;" said-Goddard"wllrtirn7 -���7     ,~  Chamberlin.  Recreation committee chairman Dick  Derby said the committee had checked  And according to Gibsons club officials,  their rink has openings that could be filled  by Sechelt players. Past-president Ray  Chamberlin said a letter was sent to the  Sechelt Curling Club and the regional  SCHOOL BOARD I  All three school board'seats have been  '������'.���'.' ,.;.-��/. ���See'P^ge A-3  word, "Warning���Chemical Storage-  Authorized Persons Only," In block letters  taken, but the court has set two days aside  for the trial. '   ��� ��������  By GRETCHEN HARLOW  Although details for a massive recall of  problem-plagued Firestone 500 tires have  not been announced in Canada, with a little  pcjrscrverancc    owners     can  the last ferry home.    /������������'  "With no warning the tire blew," he  f^ald, f'Fprtiinately lt was a back tire and  ^here was ho daipage, but lt was a very  ^WiVtftSSI'lJIsr  replacements, as Gibsons resident Mickey  Parsey discovered last week.  1 TWo, weeks ago a Firestone 500 on  Parsey's two year-old Plymouth blew out  get   on the freeway as he was rushing to catch   dangerous situation. When I got home  saw the front one was ready to go too."  < : Thetlres had9,000,n^lles wear on them,  said Parsey, and they were tracking in an  S shapeinstead^a mratghtilnre;      ~~  Local flrestonc dealers were unable to  help Parsey.   ^ ^  And when ho phoned a Firestone offfco  In Vancouver, ho yyas told tho Canadian  government said Firestone tiros, wore  safe.  A second call to Firestone's head office  was also unsuccessful. "I liad ft hold In a  tiro you could throw a cat through and thoy  told mo It was bocaase of tho recent  publicityr and that I was Just imagining  it.'"    i- ,)  After further discussion he was told ho  could bring tho tiros In for Inspection, but  thoy must bo on tho cor.   Finally a dealer at 4300 Kingsway was  persuaded to let him just bring tho tires in,  and Parsey was liapplly surprised whon ho  received five brand new Firestone 700  IriuJials tor Ihocost of "tho adjustments,  In an Interview Friday with Firestone's  district retail manager Gary Harwood, tho  Times was not surprised to learn that  "Wo'ro handling It (the recall) nn if thoro  wasn't ono,'' \  -Harwood said thaFlffltIo recall  procedures hnvo not been announced,  troubled tiro ownors oan negotiate a  patlsfaetory agreement with tho company  "09 por cont'of tho tlmo,!' under tho firm's  rogular tlto policy.  However, when dotalls of tho wcall of  nearly orto million ot tho 500 stcdl^ belted  i     tmf   .1        F* ���    1   .  -       -    mmm^Hmn^mWirm  FAULTY FIRESTONE 500 ownor It could havo b^'a..tragedy,-buf;^^^^  Mlckoy Parsey��� displays tire which Parsey, who was unhurt in tho in-   fltcel-bolted radial manufactured botwoon  '   $0W J^it^oHt waaiino whilo..hp-was cldentv-is pretty happy with tho flvo  soplombor 1,1075 and rv^ny 1,1070 that Is  "* ^rushing"to catclftrto lasjt ferry homo, now tiros ho rccdlvcd for his trouble,   still on tho rond.  GRADE THREE STUDENT Forla  Padker grins impishly as shoiputs tho  finishing touches on hqr IlaUo^'ch  .|^^.^!^���^^^^W^^frl&^"���I^y,lftt'*���tK6*,  look-nHko,1 Forla is ono of 11 ^studonts  students. mUdo a mural depleting  at Halfmoon Bay Etomont^ry,, Aided  tjliqlr trick ot trout costtu^os.  m  'S  V  bsmitiamfWi*!** *>. ,(��y���-  ��� &#ty&mwi��iw<ii w v^��iiwj)ji * I-  ,&WwirvHft!!&>>!#i��iWA&^^ WMHM*'  "W^lUNH����i*^h>^**^Wii���^irti!ci|<MWrp^^ WkflSJCWWK^i*.  �� HMaM��  tl��(r|*.V"c������*��nS��*^!3"�� 9SI*W��lMl'i"  ���^(V^jM-^Wftl  tt^ft9f��tWf   ^*M��'V(  ">�����((  fl(*    i^ftlir*** ir    &*���& ^w��*wJ  'If-rieiP^i*^   '  r���~ --�����s~  ,1  *��,  ���V*' ■I'
Page A-2
The Peninsula Times
mmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmm
^Wednesday, November 1, HW8
„> j
Terri Brandmueller, Editor
"A free press is the unsleeping gwtdvtri of
every other right that freemen pnxe.%
— Winston Churchill
* /
Not so funny
&
—Thanks to the wonders of jmodern
technology those of you who could not
attend the latest in a series of information meetings on the recreation
.referendum will have a chance to
view the meeting at Elphinstone
Secondary School tonight (Wed-*
nesday).
Elphinstone Student Research
Productions video-taped the meeting
and will be showing the program at
7:30 p.m. at the high school.
The tape, which will cost you
approximately 90 minutes of your
time to watch, will afford you with the
opportunity of seeing where your
much-maligned school tax dollar
goes. '
But more importantly, it will give
you a chance to see local politicians in
action, and in view of the upcoming
elections, the students atElphinstone
couldn't have picked a better time or
subject.
The residents of Gibsons are also
stars in this "production and you will
see and hear what your friends have v
to say about this' contentious subject.
Important insights on how not to
conduct a public meeting will also be
shown. The committee-will not
identify its members until five
p minutes before the end of the
meeting, and then only at the request
of a confused member of the
audience. Concerned taxpayers will
not reveal their identities. Several
people will often speak at the same
times
Jhis is a "don't miss" show,
especially if you plan to vote
November 18. Comedy. Parental
guidance suggested.
Reflections
60 years of marriage
By Vern Giesbrecht
Meeting
video-taped
Editor, The Times:
Elphinstone Student Research-
Productions video-taped the recreation
referendum meeting held last Wednesday,
October<25th in Gibsons. The students will
be showing the programme this Wed-"
nesday evening, November 1st at 7:30 p.m.
at the High School. Room number will be
posted by the front door - the tape runs
approximately-90 minutes. —
The students hope to be able "to tape as
many community events as possible for
later showing for those unable to attend
the "original meeting: ; "
Carl Johnston
Elphinstone Student Research
Thanks
i
to donors
Editor, The Time§:
On behalf of the Co-ordinating Council
to St- Mary's Hospital, thanks for the
coverage in your paper of the recent Blood
Donor.Clinic held-at-St.-Mary's.	
Thanks for all the wonderful people
who gave their precious blood, the final
count was 157 units. To the volunteer
nurses, the auxiliary volunteers and St.
Mary's Hospital, the young donors and the
Gibsons, Soccej^Club, ajpecjal tijanks.^,_w
Charlotte Raines
BillieSteele
Co-chairmen, Blood DonorClinic
- ^
-7)
' 'This Would be a good way to start the
article," suggested the friendly,, gray^
haired woman: "Jessie Muir Lamont arfd
James Albert Dowdie were married on
October 30,1918."
It seemed as good a way as any to begin
a brief account of a long marriage. Jim
_and Jessie Dowdie, who Uye on Trueman
Road in' Gibsons, celebrated their 60th
wading anniversary Saturday-afternoon
-with^teafoHloselrieinds^nd^elattvesnA-
Fletchers, the Armours,': the Truemans
... and rnentioned how clean the beaches
"were" iin'.the 1930s. .
"The fishing was really great," he said.
"In those days fishermen never got
through The Gap without catching their
limit." \ V ■;.:'■';'■■■ ' ' ■
.■■■.• v
The Dowdies have kept busy during
their retirement years. Jessie has been
active in the United Church (conveniently"
-fewHlay^arlierjTtiiey-shared-some-of-thie^
"lseat^"twcriiousesTway) and her pain-
THE PENINSULA TIMES would like
_to apologize to its readers for causing
confusion over the true size of the
_gr_eatJpumRkin_p_ictured^on the front
page of our last edition. Our phone
lines were swamped with calls from
readers   wanting   to   know   where
farmer Ned Schwartz Uved, so theyv
could see hij^ ^
However, Ned told us he doesn't want
any visitors.: He just wants the true
admiration a short person deserves
JoiuiUrturihg a^ normaisizedpumpkin^
to maturity.
highlights pf their life with me, all the
while protesting gently that there wasn't
much to write about.
Jim, from Yorkshire, and Jessie, a
i&ottisfrl^s^ercmi^
Congregational Church in Scotland, at the
tag end of the First World War. It was riot
a very large wedding, Jessie recalls, but
there was a reception and dance foUowing
tings decorate the house. Jim has done a
great deal of volunteer work, and is an
avid gardener. At the ages of 80 and 83,
their eyesight is still good and they both
enjoy reading. . _
-the-semce.-Jimi-an-army-priyate^ps.
able to get time off for the wedding.
"When you W,ere married," I asked
-themv-"did youeverimagine^thatyou'd
get to celebrate your 60th.anniversary?"
"No," said Jim. "I thought if we
reached 60 (years of age) we'd be lucky."
Their life has not been without hardship
and illness but they've remained cheerful
nevertheless.
Some marriages fail, Jessie said,
because couples won't "stick out the hard
I,
-times^^n'ttough"it^t7bu^Twili run away
when something doesn't please them."
The Dowdies moved to Canada in 1921,
settling in Revelstoke, where Jim did
maintenance work for the CPR. During
the Depression, in 1937, his connections
with the CPR enabled hirti to return to
Britain, where idle plants were getting
geared up for another war. He worked on
various defence projects until his health
broke and the Dowdies returned to Canada
in 1944, settling In Prince Rupert. '/"----^
"Wecrossedthe Atlantic on a liner tlfat
had been converted to a troop ship," Jessie
said. "I guess we should have been nerr-
voiis but after five years of war-time living"
and a bombing in which we lost all our
possessions, lt wnsjust another part of tho
war,"
In Prince Rupert, Jim worked in the
Columbia Cellulose pulp mill until he
retired In 1959. Then the Dowdies movedto
"Glbsonsra~town~th6yhad"visltedTn the"
1930s.
"It was such a lovely, quiet little place
when wo first sow lb and wo always
thought we'd llko to come bacjt,'! Jessie,
said.. "It was llko a second home to us, so lt
was only natural that we'd move hero to
retire
When they first visited Gibsons, Jessie
recalled, "thfcro was no electricity and no
„lndoor plumbing. 1 can remember, when
the Wlnns had tho only-phono In Gibsons.
The pcoplo wero friendly, tho fishing was
good.,.and we still find It's a grand place to
HVc." ■
Jim reminisced about sorfib of tlio old-
"People say I look as if I've sailed
through life,, without any troubles," Jessie
commented. "They can't believe I've been
jnarried 60 years. It's true that I'm not
j-exaetty-deerepitT-but-^-donH—tr-y-to-be-
"young"except up here." She"laughed and
tapped her head.
 "I thinlrthe secretristhatwe've been-
active. I like to paint every chance I get,
for instance."
"I rescued that one," her husband
interjected, pointing to a watercolor on the
kitchen wall. ''It was going to be thrown
out...I go bragging about her pictures of
flowers. She can't be beat." ' .
  If Jessie has a talent for, painting
The Grub Boq
By Ann
PORK AND NOODLE CASSEROLE
-1-pound" ground" leanpork
1 small onion, chopped (Vi cup)
116 oz. can stewed tomatoes ■
4 oz. (about 1% cups) medium noodles,
cooked &_drained
112 oz. can whole kernel corn, drflifed
16 oz. can tomato paste    k^LJ
lteasp.salt, 1 teasp. chili powder,Vi teasp
garlic powder
flowers and other scenes, Jim has a knack
for growing them. The \vedge-shaped yard
abounds with chrysanthemums,
marigolds, daisies, roses, nasturtium,
dahlias, ^Japanese lanterns^ and other
'flowers. ■ 4-.   ■ ;■■,■. '",,    ,       ■   -
Before I ended the interview, I asked
them what they appreciated most about
each other*
Jim laughed when Jessie mused, "Can
I think of a good thing about him? Wellflf
we have an argument, we end up laughing,
Arid,TCan trust him."
"That's right," said Jim. "You should
be able to by now.^  '
HTaddetfjliffc^
"I can leave the responsibility of running
the house with her and I like that...We
understand each other."
Because this column is being written
priw to Saturday's anniversary
celebration, Lean;wily assume that the
event was .a~supce«s.    ,
Master of ceremonies Nels Moore, who
has known tho Dowdies and thelrspn Fred
for! 10 years, wns hoping that Uio mail
strike vyould not prevent messages of
congratulations from tho Queen,,Prime
Minister Trudeau and Premier Bennett
from rolling the Dowdies,
"It's going to bo a friendly, simple
gathering," ho said on Thursday,
"Jim and Jessie; Dowdlo are very
spoclal people. Thoy aro so gonorous with
their tlmo and talents und have dono so
much good for so many people in years
gone by. They're always doing something
fojf others, but they're very modest about
■lt.'"/":';:" '""'      ■ " ■■■'  :* : " '"":'
******   ' N W
1 I
-\" "  ""
*      f      m, ....   . j.    . II ,, .
(mni,        \\ \\ \
"Bash oFfreslfground pepper »
1 cup (4 oz.) shredded cheddar cheese
In a large skillet, cook the meat and
onions until meat is well browned and
onion tender. Drain off the excess fat. Stir
in the stewed t6ijnatoes, cooked noodles,
corn, tomato paste, seasonings. "Ti^n into
a greased 1% quart casserole, cover. Bake
.foraboiitiO-iiiiuriu a 3g0 degree F oven.
•SprinKle with shredded clieesP. Bake
uncovered for another five minutes, or
until cheese is melted. Will serve five to
"six.;';';", ■^■-■-■■■■■■■■■ ■'■■■■■■■ ■■ ■
MEXICAN STYLE CHILI CASSEROLE
 This one is a speedy casserole inspired
by enchiladas, a Southwestern favourite,
(They have educated palates). Corn chips
take the place of the typical tortillas.
16 oz. pkg. (about 4 cups) corn chips
2 cups shredded medium sharp cheddar
cheese
J45-oz.-(Xand-two-thlrds-oup8)-ohili-with--
beans
115 oz, (1 and two thirds cups) enchilada
suaco    ■■■,■ ■■'''■'     ■■•' ■'•'■'■■-' ■■ ■-: ■■■
10 oz. can (1 cup) seasoned tomatod sauco
1 tablespoon Instant, minced onlorl '
1 cup dairy sour cream
Reserve one,cup of corn ch|ps nnd Vt
cup of the cheese. Combine ejilps. with chill,
sauces and* onion. Pour Into a lMs qt,
casserole.pake uncovered nt 375 degrees
F for about 20 mln, or until thoroughly
*licaf,edrSpreud tlio top with souFcrcom;
sprlnklo wllh Trcsorvcd, cheddar cheese, ,
Ring remaining corn chips around tho
edge, Bnko 5 mlns. moro to molt cheese.
■. ■■'.."'. ■ ■.•..'■'■■' rrr-rr-xi. .-.• •    .   .
19 por1 cent of B,C. residents felt that
alcoholism |s a moro serious problem that
pollution, mental illness, inflation or
unemployment. ......     "   ,...,
"The Peninsula ^fane*
'I'uhllslicd Wc(1iiuk(I«vs nl Sechelt
,  i  v , oij n.C.'^StinshliH' Con%| v" '     v
' ,    , '      ■' h-v      "   •'  ',     , '.-
Tlio IViiIdmiIii Times
AiVirWcsipiOKI'llhllondPns Lid," ""-ax
•    at Sechelt, H.C.
Ilox 3*10 — Set-hull, li.C.
VON,MO
1 Phono 885..12.H
There's ho better way
to advertise your product
or service than by placing an ad
in the TIMES.   Either Classified or
Display ads produce positive results!
, "■    '■l!'   '     '-
THE  PENINSULA TIMES
"a wookly port "I
of your
llfo"
tt ,,
i    Office iioui^.|Ji»}{TH,in, "Z	
Subscription Kiflus; (In advance)
JIM AND JESfclK Dowdlo at tholr/ mnrrlago, lovo and tv\k tho Dowdies      , , ,„, M,,       , „     . ia  ...   €u
Gibsons homo, whoro *oy havo since   my:, »wi nndorsLnd .'oach othor,"    ■ ^\^^TS S, sir
retired In 1009. After Oa years of      v       ,       /  ,!w:!!^l^v"'sc',s$'h
""•l-'pi"'•■■■■ -,|'p *■-'■•»■•]!_■ *"°^<W.,?m\..-.mm-te^,(,r^     .. ''.'.'      , <...'...        J I     *' ,' A
i.    ,   ..      •       ' •     /
; f
in Gibsons,
Ads can be dropped
off or paid for at
—The-Arbutus-Treer
886-9711,
Gibsons Village
'I'Krt'i-A .
4
v*!!:|*Sr^»*»<>Tw,«**,'; . :cX"!^*"-
i't'(ty^%,i,* aiMMan ■*-«>. 4
■p"^.,c:r,n.'	
.*•«./-.
..JU-:
■tc:.. ~-,~cu -**-•- ",'flksr. .v..,
MeW,Jlwi™ilfa#»p»^ ft/*.
,*#& >irt*(i»
\
» JH   rr- k' *&f"%*wm)Miiiii t.*mii^im*imm'im^fm^^lll^>
Wf(*rS*ffip?WWi}ife^iW»^ pan.1 *«j 4te       T"*" *a
-)     llt<*«»     tV    f    m.i 1      <»   *| i.
l"#Mi#»#n*- *   «*
'.  . Ni
—   "T **lv*-
^m.T.  « ,w^.»^«~^«
I     . I
\
A I / 'ik.r A  ���  ���:!���  iii  "      U  X x  ������e>,:  r-  ��  '/ /���  -.-���  Wednesday, November 1,1878  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  J. CHOQUER& SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  Bus: 885-9244  Res: 885-2686  Timekeeper:  Your heart works  harder whin Fitnessisfun.  you're not in the     Trysome.  game. Get fit��� _  and turn the' clock back   PBimapatJion  tcnonm  TOSHIBA  ���������������?-V* W  ORIGINAL .RECOMMENDED  ., ���...    CORRIDOR EXTREMITIES  VANCOUVER   ISLAND  mmmmmmmmam   APPROXIMATE   FINAL  A. AX%'fX     RECOMMENDED CORRIDOR  EXTREMITIES  '  FIGURE   I  PHASE   I   PINAL  RECOMMENDED CORRIDOR  CHEEKYE-DUNSMUIR  500 kV  TRANSMISSION   LINE  ROUTE  SELECTION   STUDY  0 5 10  I 1       k  MORE ABOUT . .  Hydro Cheekye corridor  ���From Page A-l  been reviewed and generally accepted by  ���Provincial government agencies^  'Therefore in= Hydro's Judgement the  recommended "corridor" fortius segment  __j)fiheproject is the most acceptable from  an environmental and social point-0L-.,  view." %  Hydro spokesman .Dave Robertson,  who had said in September that there  would be "an opportunity for public  ��� discussion" of the full report before a final  decision was made on the line, told the  Times Volume II of the Beak report does  ���^otTreaHy^ffect-the-Secheltrarea^  mitteeSecretariat'sSpecial Projects Unit.  The  Times  learned  Friday   that  O'Riordan is. on a sabbatical leave. His  Does Your Club or Oroup Report  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  I  I  I  I  I  |    C393  114"  Blackstripe color with  refiaBJe  computer    ft JAAAA  built   modular   chassis.   One-touch   Automatic   / flij#5#  Balanced Color for best   picture  every  time.       . m^*.^r.  I   Energy-saving quickiwqrmtup^iybe, provides No-VVqit -sound ond  -picture. Moulded walnut finish cabinet included CATV connector.  I  I  1  ELECTRONICS  Radio Shack  authorized Sales Centre  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  was  rejplacementv   Brian    Gates,  unavailable for comment.  'ELUC is one of two provincial bodies  wMchmustrule on the acceptaibility^jM,  "Volume I really has more to do with  that area," said Robertson. He said,  however, that Hydro may still elicit public  reaction to the plan.   "The question is what form it. would.  take," he said. It would probably be along  the. lines of discussions witt^jroperty  owners.  "It won't mean hiring a big hall and  having a confrontation meeting."   Howard���WhiterHP^Rd^r-^'iffflrbpijr-  Ratepayers Association secret^ffy,- told the  _Timesjthatnorthpeninsula residents want  - a "full public discussion?'      kk  "We won't be satisfied unless we get  ,   another general meeting out of Hydro,''  .   said White.' ".'���'������  He said that although Hydro has always  been vague about what form public  discussions must take, Pender Harbour  residents were promised a public hearing  ���by,Dj,_John O'Riordan. assistantjdArector^  of the Environment and Land Use Corn-  proposed transmission line.  White also .saidthat Hydro^slconcession  of leaving Lasqueti off the route is "insincere, > if not dishonest/'  None pf us believe that they have made  a sacrifice," saicl White.       ���  Regional District Area A Director Joe  ^riSM^ehbe^White's^s^TitimBrrts^Bt-ar  board meeting Thursday night. ~  ���v "I'm a little bit concerned that Hydro  intends to represent this as a concession to ���  the -people launching protest of the  .project," Harrison told directors. "They  might want it to appear thiswayr but if  they do it is extremely dishonest."  "The day is coming very soon," said.  White, "when there will be a terrible  scenic horror on the north end of the  peninsular  "this is a half a billion dollar'project  and it's mind-boggling."  ~ Th^transmissionlineT which is totake  power i from Cheekye Substation near  Squamish to Dunsmuir Substation near  Qualicum Bay, will consist of two circuits,  each with a total length of about .160  kilometres including submarine cable  sections.  Hydro said in the report released  Thursday that the first circuit of the  Get a room  x  MORE ABOUT...  ��� Referendum issue  ���From Page A-l  recreation projects will mean that  everyone on the peninsula can get  seomething out Of the referendum, even if  it does iniean that some areas will have to  "subsidize" others.  "1 think that's a very,poor concept,"  said one man.  "That's the attitude that's breaking up  Canada," said committee-member Norm  Watson. "*"'  Area C Director Charles Lee, the board  representative on the committeo, said the  people ln his area arc virtually getting  nothing from the package, but are not,  "yelling and bitching and screaming". "I  ~~admlrniieT^p1riirATejrC-thatrarc-not-  dolng this," said Leo.  Aid. Ted Hume, who has compalgned  against tho referendum, told those present  $ at the meeting ;;'Tm bull-headed and I say  dowh with It."  Regional board directors gave tiir.ee  readings to tlio referendum bylaw at the  Thursday regular board, meeting. Tho  referendum will go ahead na planned  November 10 and will need 00 per cent plus  one vote to pass.      .���.���,������ ���  7���  directors liave sold Uiey will publish*  tho  bylaw in the local press  before  November 10.  Tho next recreation committee Information meeting will be hqld at the  Ponder Harbour Secondary School on  November 8 nt 7:30,  Cheekye-Dunsmuir llne~wiirneed to be in~  "service by fall, 1983, at the latest if  projected increases in Vancouver Island  power demand are to be met. A second  circuit would be added in fall, 1986.  To meet this schedule, Hydro plans to  have second-stage studies begun immediately. These will determine the exact  route of the line within the corridor and  inlcude detailed Investigation of it��  potential environmental and social impact.  Copies of the reports are being sent to  local and regional officials, libraries,  Interest groups and Hydro district offices  In the areas concerned.   MORE ABOUT. ..       '  ���Election race  ���From Page A-l i  tak<jn l}y acclamation. Ix>n Van Egmond  will represent Sechelt on the board, Al  Lloyd will represent school'district rural  Area "A" and Brian Hodgins will be tho  trustee for rural Area "B".  Incumbents Maureen Clayton, Peter  Precesky. and Claus; Spelkerman announced earlier thnt thoy would not seek  rc-clcctlon.  REGIONAL BOARD  In Uio Sunshine Const Regional District  rBco incumbents Area ''DM Director  Harry Almond and Area "B" Director Ed  " Nicholson have taken their seats by acclamation.  Diwld Forbes I-callo and David Hunter  liavo entered tho battle for Aron "F"  Director.  flflt ^f^'MSy^b^^*^!^^*,!  MOREL'S FRAMING &  CONSTRUCTION LTD.  "SEE OUR  SPEC HOUSES"  specializing In  CUSTOM HOMtj|mipWG>  *  .    ..;*._..  <  ' *  ���  "  /  *               f  tt  \  1  /  it&m- #H��.��*rtMM*��piffli'  886-2440  X  |��W*ffi��*sifl��*rWi<*1  N*W ��M��tM��i-*(TI r*t.  Whether it's for nn addition, insulation, wk can all use a little more space,  renovations or redecorating, a Royal Bank Personal Homo Improvements also add to the value of  Loan cbn help you make y6urself more your house and insulation can'save you money,  comfortable this winter.                                     - So; if mofieyis atl that's starring ;'  Right now is a good tirrie to get things going, between you and a moro comfortable home, see  Because we all spend more time indoors in winter and . us at tho Royal Bank.  Full amount.  On approval you'll get     .  the full amount you need.  Flexible rates. *' Fast service.  Wo have a range of flexible ,   We can have your  interest rates apd the amount \   application approved,  is insured at no extra charge; usually' within 24 hours.  Serving yc?u throughout British Columbia  >  I  .\  .    .*��.."* *ft^^'4^.y^rr'.--': X,*,^..y.["j^'-p ^vi'^ ���n''w,tXl'1i^'fjLiiLJ"f ^-''" '      '., - '7 ^MiTlX.*'*'"*?*&.���!.  "'.���'''' "<i ���  \ ' '"    I '   ���! j' '   '    ���    ���  '    . >     ���..'  ��. i > ,  ,1 .. ..-..iw,.....,.-,. ..   ���    .,, , ..,-,,.��� i , "  ���tr  .      tt.^   ������'*  *lh   ���< afi   t ����� .   a   '  ^V,,1 ���, '  \  JWtwr** iii^^wy^t^i^^  WW^��^-W*ft^^4i^i*i��s*S*>! HMffltjer^-i  X  , ,,,....  ,,t tM���ll.P*,��   *  ���       ./  -;-!-���  .f,t|j  Vi  I,  l\  ...111,  ���\ ft ��� i.x-  Xr,  ���I'  '}/'  Jit.  ! ���:���'.-  .' 'J;   P- :  "Page A-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 1,1978  Goldrush host regular Roberts Creek visitor  Halfmoon Bay happenings  Russ idn sTide-show  By Mary Tinkley, 88S9479  By ANNIE DEMPSTER  Terry David Mulligan, tjhe popular host  of CBC radio's Goldrush hour is a regular  visitor to Roberts treek. His father is Pat  Mulligan, retired game officer and local  golf hero.  Terry became interested in radio  around 1959 when he was a member of the  RCMP. He joined the force in Kamloops  and served in Red Deer, Alberta. It was in  1964 when he met Hal Weaver from CKRD  Red Deer that his interest in radio-began.  He __was JntrigueiLwith, records- an<k the -  panels at the radio station. He had some  musical background as he did major in  "music at school and had played the  tired of listening to them he couldn't bear  it, any more, so he quit, as aU thehin had  gone out of radio for him. At this point he  took a long break and toured Europe and  Africa.  I s  On his return home, Terry joined CK-  FH, but had to return to Vancouver af ter*a  few months because of family reasons. He  became known as the-three-month wonder*  in Toronto radio circles. Bacfi in Vancouver, he worked for various stations, but  lost interest as he felt it was just not fun.  -anymore;���~ ���-��- ���������  ��� In 1971; he decided to freelance. He  thoroughly enjoyed his new pursuits huf  got weary of eating macaroni and cheese.  music in the next five years. He feels the  best rbcker in the business today is Bruce  Springsteen.  Terry  says  Springsteen's  concerts are the best he's ever seen.  ���     ��� *   i,  According to Terry, the top ten rock  groups in Canada "today hail from Vancouver, If you have songs you've written  or you feel you would like to sing  professionally, send  a tape  to Susan  Inglebert, the producer of Goldrush at  CBC, Box 4600, Vancouver.  Although Terry has been interviewed  by as many as 55 people in a month he  seemingly remains untouched by all his  fame. He is a wonderful, warm person who  does his best to make one feel at ease. It is  our pleasure to have him as a visitor to our  community.      * '  trumpet for 12 years in several bands,   jv   was ��.��- us-^jf to do some ads for  such as, the Kamloops Rube Band (well ^!SSTv SifSL *t.��  People came to the Welcome Beach   certainly   bear   watching   is   Kenny  Hall last Thurday from Sechelt,^ Sandy   Sorensenwho-spends all his spare time in'  Hook and even as far of f asGibson^tosee/the swimming pool at Gibsons or on the  the slide show presented by Valerie and   i���-'- " *!-���t ��� "-- "----*���-* ���-���  Jim Brown.  The slides qovered.a three-month trip  which the Browns took in the summer of ���  1975, crossing the Soviet Socialist Republic  which constitutes one sixth oftfie world's  surface. They flew from Japan to  Khabarovsk which is close to the Man-  churian border. From Khabarovsk they  crossed. Russia by bus, plane and the  ���Trans-Siberian-Railwayrfinishin|-upthe  tour at Moscow and Leningrad: The Trans-  Siberian Railway skirts Lake Baikal, the  sixth largest lake in the jyorld, into which  323 rivers drain.  The slides pictures Irkutsk, with its  wide streets and vast pbwer dam ��� one Of  the largest in the world. They crossed into  Mongolia with its differentTacTof people"  __and_ then went through the Gobi Desert.  Here they lodged in yurts, collapsible tepts  m��de out of wooden slats covered with  woollen blankets. The slides showed the  yurts ttfbe spacious and comfortable, with  -openings at the top to allow the fire smoke  to escape.    AtTAlma Atalfrey~were agaiifcloseTcT  the Chinese border and continued on ,to  Tashkent on the'.Sir .Darya River. From  Ashkabad, the capital of Turkmenistan,  they flew across the Caspian Sea to  Yerevan to Armenia and visited Lake  Sevan which has ah elevation of over 6,000  feet but never freezes. In Georgia, ihey  visited Tbiliski in the heart of the wine  country, where wine is cheap and'plentiful.  -���-^Ther^Browns���showed  track. He came first in the Sunfrost Cross,  Country Race arranged by Gibsons  Elementary on October 21, competing  against participants from VancoUver-as  well as Sunshine Coast elementary  schools.  At the Jack Temple home last week  were Jack Jr. and his wife Kelly who were  on their way home from their honeymoon  to settle in their Vancouver Jiome. Jack's  sister, Maureen Smith of Prince George  lent them-a camper in which they spent  .their honeymoon touring around  California.  known for their Dixieland on march) and  the Arthur Delamont band in Vancouver.  As his love for radio grew, he decided to  resign from the RCMP and pursue a  career in that direction. He started as a  disc jockey in Red Deer and went on to  Calgary, Regina, CFUN and to CKLG,  where he was one of the people instrumental in starting IG FM. His big  dream throughout it all was to get to the  prestigious CHUM in Toronto, and after  five years his dream was realized.  Unfortunately, his dream was just that,  a dream. The station was not what he had  imagined. Terry found the experience dehumanizing, totally impersonal and a lot  of garbage. The same 20 records were  played over and over again till he got so  Sechelt notes  Honouring AAqrie  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  Molson'sgoldenTfor TV with Julie Amato,  Jane Eastwood, Steve Weston (from  Trouble with Tracy)| Gilda Radner and  Dan Ackroyd. He never saw any of the ads  but did learn a lot of do's and don'ts from  them.  Enjoying a lot of fame frpm the ads, he  thought he's best return to Vancouver and  practice some humility. He did 70 commercials for the Bay with Franz Russel.  All the ads were on the spot and ad-libbed  using all their own stuff. They must surely  hold the record for doing the most ads in  one day as they did 15 at BCTV.-  Terry's macaroni and cheese days  have really paid off as along with his  Goldrush Hour, he has hosted three one-  Ihour Canadian Express programs for CBC  television, as well as hosting some of the  Loto Canada programs.  When asked if he could predict where  music is heading, Terry replied: "No one  can predict what will happen, but that rock  . is in need of a lea*der. Elvis was the  ���- -greatest- and- Springsteen-is -the-mair tor  _Iollow.lL,    ,  He doesn't think that hew wave (punk).  J  willlast very long, but that it will influence   TheJSechelt Chamber, of Commerce  pays tribute to the Citizen of the Year,  Mrs. Marie Montgomery-of-West Sechelt,  Saturday, November 4.  A night of dinner and dancing at the  Parthenon is open to everyone. Tickets are  $12 per person and are available at Uncle  Mick's in the Trail Bay Mall or Morgan's  Mens Wear on Cowrie Street.  IN MEMORY OF MARGARET LAMB  The Sunshine Coast Registered Nurses  somH_BXcejlent__Association of-B,C.are-trying-to up-thelr-  slides of Moscow, including the university,   Margaret Lamb Bursary Fund from $100-  Red Square, Lehin'sT^iraird~a_parr  ticularly lovely church built by Ivan the  Terrible! They offered some outstanding  slides-of-th^Winter-Palace-ia.Leningrad,  with its tapestries, inlaid parquet floors  ^amrciT^staircasfes.  The Browns report that throughout  their tour they found the people of Russia  friendly and.hospitable..Most of them live  =-.weU-healed=  -to-$150-to-aid-a-prospective-nurser  -in���weu-iieaieu���apartments--and - have  television, . refrigerators, bicycles and  skis^Many of the-slides showed modern  high-rise hotels and apartment blocks  right across the USSR. There were slides  of ornate, gold-domed churches,  magnificent war memorials and vast  covered markets with a profusion of exotic  fruits and vegetables. One slide showed a  house which had sunk into the permafrost  To do this they have a raffle going with  good monetary prizes at $1 per ticket.  Tickets are available from the Nurses.  Margaret Lamb was also  Citizen of the year and now  member of the nursing group,  Marie  Montgomery, is being honored the same  way.-  ^~^fhe draw wilttake-plaeeDecbifl&er 157  CEDAR CHEST  That beautiful cedar chest on view  many days at the Mall will be drawn this  Saturday, November 4 at the Senior  Citizens Hall. This is the Holy Family  Parish Fall Bazaar where many other  items will be drawn for and also handmade items to buy. Admission is 75 cents  for adults,' 35 cents for children.  Tickets are $1~25 and available "in the  Mall or from the girls. Besides the  fashions, the girls are planning other  entertainment. Should be a fun evening.  GO BAGK TO SCHOOL  If you have time and inclination to'go  back to school with the kids, the teachers  will make you very welcome. They need  assistance for field trips. I can personally  tell you this is fun and educational, making  plans for class parties, helping with a hot  .lunch.      The hot soup served the students at  _lunch-was-met-with-greatxesponse:by_the_  children. The big prpblem was help to  Qwit^fi^  SYNDICATE  A GOOD INVESTMENT  COMPANY  m4ke the soup, as usual this fell to one or  two   women,   unfortunately   the. same  r    ,   women each time. The number of children  ~~ tfi^���attending^his; Sechelt-Elementary-means-  ano  er   an equal amount of mothers more dr less.  If even only a few more could spend a day  a month, or a day a week the work would  balanceout, one jiour or so from 11 a.m.  J.W. (Jim) BUDD  885-3397  "Specializing'in   Annuities   and  Retirement Income Planning  Public Notice  RErSHELLFISH ^  The shell fish ban is lifted from Willow Point,  near Campbell River, down to Francisco  Point on Quadra Island and from Church  House to Point Atkinson. However, ifrbm  _ ���_ _'_    :  ���  '   '"    ���   ��� ���  Point Atkinson to the U.S. border on the  mainlarrchremains~closecfc ���   . ���     . .���  Dept. of Fisheries  and Environment  ��2����S^^  -the~elties_th���7Tis|[ted7-the~Brown5-^vere  free go to anywhere they wished, they say  they never saw a slum area.  BEEFS AND BOUQUETS ,  We have pleasure in awarding this  1 week's Bouquet to Valerie and Jim Brown  for the exceptionally fine show; of slides,  for the beauty and quality of their pictures  and for that adventurous trip which they  made three years ago.  COMMUNITY DATES   '  On Saturday, November 4, there Will be  a whist drive at the Welcome Beach Hall  at 8 p.m. Everybody welcome.  . The Halfpioon Bay Hospital Auxiliary  will hold Its regular meeting on Monday,  November 6 at the Welcome Beach Hall at  0 p.m. President Geri Smith urges all  members to attend for the election of officers. To bo elected are a secretary,  treasurer and a gift shop convenor.  ~Qn5undayrNovember-12:there-wlll-be^-���  public meeting at the hall at'l;30'p.{n; to  hear candidates ^fop the Regional Bdard  and the School Board, Everybody is  welcome.'  FIRE DF.PARTMENT RAFFtEj;7    Here's a chnnco to help the Halfmoon  Bay Flro Department to raise money for  the purchase of more equipment. Tlio  department la holding a rafflo for which  tickets, 50 cents each, aro available from  dny fireman or from the I3&J Storo. Tj)o  ���,fjirsLtwoiprlJios.i.��TO^.��ttr��cUvo.,,ghromo.  lamps made from fire extinguishers. Tho  third prizes Is a smoko/detector and tho  fourth a flro oxtlngulshor.  Tho flre( department Is planning u  substation with a floater pump and IV4  Inch hoso, but no definite decision hns yet  been reached as to Its location, Firemen���  are now on tholr winter schedule which  includes Sundny morning truck practices.  There will atlll be Wednesday hlght  meetings atthe Firehall for oxerclfl��s wltlj  other equipment,  A young Half moo ji Bny athloto who will"  Jobs Daughters will be showing the  latest in fashions on Monday, November 6  starting at 7 p.m. in the Trail Bay Mall  Shopping Center. ,'      v  Their honored queen is Kim Bryson ahd  this is her show to raise money for the  group and also entertain the public. The  Jobies will model the latest in coordinates, sleepwear, dresses and casual  wear;.. ''   ''���������.;. "  Commentator is one Pegigy Connor who  bears a resemblance to the picture at the  top of this column.  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  would make a small dent in your day.  Teaching a craft or skill, helping with  the primary students with their skating,  and other interesting things. **  This is not just for parents of children in  school, anyone who wishes to help will be  just as welcome.       ,  Volunteer Co-ordinator is Mrs. Holly  Lehmanri 885-9364 or phone the school. You  N  wiU be glad you did.  SALUMKT0-THE~T^eHE^7~~^-   the recent field trip to Seattle^ took a lot   |  of planning and responsibility for the  teachers. On���behalf of the parents, thank  you for taking the interest and the time to  provide this opportunity to the students.  There was a little disappointment in the  showing of King ��� Tuts treasures. It would  have beeiy more interesting-with a talkjuig  guide, however the feeling that the^ really  " took note of the famous relics of the past is .  there, and in years to come they will look  back on the memory of what they saw with  great Interest. They were impressed.  GRAND PMZE,OR SAVE ITWITtl THE RANKOE MONTREAL AND  />  SOUND  Sunnycrost Contro  Gibsons  886-9111  *4ik  WINTIICBIO^SO^OO-^^WWllrENTCR  l    \  TTTTT1  Street people arc fe^t  people.   s  jThey're neat people  who meet people!  Why not Join up? Take a  "A  iHwfl wyoj"**.  p|j&:  I  ""2"  .''3  7  4  10  8  11  S  14  12  13  10  6  10  9  20  21  16  23  19  tit  26  27  17  28  29  '1$  TVW  ]  "2"  3  4  S  6  7  0  9  10  f  (13  14  IB  1*  17  10  19  20  21  ,22  23  24  26  . 26  27  mtOW  KIm You [AllOytr] , u ,,,,.,,,,,,,', ,.,>j.Uj..kwXA>~u.u.  WotChlliffMtoClty,...',,,..,' ,,' '   Magna! atyd Steal  , ,>.,;.,,, ,,.,,,  Fool [If You Think It'i <W] v.,' ,,,  Ramlnlidng , ,,,.., ,,,,,..  Sh��'�� Always A Woman ,,,,",,,,,,,,,,,,,;  Don't took Pack -   Back In Th* U.S.A.,_ , , ,   \mfmQMm 1 < 1 1 * �� 1 1 1 ��� ��� * < < 1 1 > t ��� 1 1 ��� 1 1 1 < ��� ��� < ��� > <>��� ��� j ��� > 1 1 1 1  Right Down Th�� Un* ,, ,.,,,,,,, ,���,,,,,',,,,,,  Wh��n��v��r I Call You Frknd ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,',,  Hollywood NlQht* ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,  Round, Round W* Op  HopaUuly D��vot*dTo You ,,    (  Took Th* Lait Train ,, ' ' ,,,,  i...V;i^i',litt,!l..l��..ij.l.GXll*.��   , .NlckGHdor   ;, Walter Egqn;  ,;,,,',,,, .ChrURod  ,,,, Llttlo Rlvor Band   Billy Joql   Dotton,  ,,,,, Linda Ronitodt   Franklo Vblll'   Garry Rafforty  ,,,,..Konriy logfllnt  ,,, BohSanor  ,,,,,,, Troopor  Olivia NowtonOohri  ,���?,,  nwinacmmnf^\  Wnllt'ijWock.'Dmiwy.  30  Two Tkk��ti ToParadli* ,,,  Flying ,, ���,,.,, n ,,,,,,, (,  All I See It Your Face   Three Timet A Lady ,,,,,,,  Dead of Burden ,,>,,:,,,,,  London Town '   Who Are You ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,  How Much I Feel..,,,,, ,\,  |Jut1 Wanna%\op\,   Oot Tp ?*�� You Into My Life  ifQll ft 1 1 1 1 '1 t 1 1 1 1 1 < 1 1 1 1 1 �� 1 <  Straight On, ,<,<.,,,,,',,,',,,,,,,, ,|V  ���tfon'l V&anllb live' Wiftotft'lt;  1 win pioy a Rhflpioidy ;7, rr,  t f I . I I t 1  ,),.,;;,  ,,, David Gato��  ,,, Eddie Monoy  ;i> ,���,,)' "i-IPrlirrrsjv   t,,,;:,,,',., ,';, Dan Hill  ,,.,.' ,*, 11 fCommodori��i   Rolling Stone*  ,, Paul McCartney/WInd*  ....... ,m......,,,.'. .i...., ,The Who ...  1 Ambro��|a, ���>  ,.,;.,( ,.', ..OlnoVannelll  ,.>, fiarth, Winds fire  ,,- i 'Steel/Dan  ! Heart  GRAND  PRIZE*  $1'50,000 is a lot of n^oney, EnJov  It today or save It at the  Bank of Montreal where It can  .. doubled -$300j000l . -  TEN $5,000 WINNERS!  You coyld be one of ten lucky  customers who will win $5,000 ,  ' cash, Take the, money now,'  ��� or leave It to-double*  ,.tol,,$,io,pppL,....,...;.      ,:,:  1 pmmmmmaikiimmmimmmmmamaammmmaamammmaimmmmmmarmmai  "SAVINGS WrARTER"  WINNERS!  One hundred lucky dustornerlf  will win $1,000 In cashl A nice \  savings starter that cgn.gro.w to  '"���'���clouBle'-CIWm'oriev.'V&U'kriow  -   , how time fllos whon you're  having fun,,,  It's so'easy to participate in "Double'Your  Money", at the Bank of Montreall  simply make a $50 deposit to one of the,  following personal accounts; True  ChequlnoAccount, Choquable Savltiga  Account or; True Savings Account ���  between now and November 17,1970, You  will receive one entry form for each  f.50 deposit -maxlmram 100 entries per  customer during the contest: period,'  If you don't: already have a Bank or,  Montreal account*,*, npw'sthe tlmo to  o|)enono,,,onthocloublol  111 .WINNERS IN ALL!  50.-51,000 winners will be drawn on or,    *  about September 29tii and announced '  by October 50th, 1978, Mako sure you  get your entries in early to bo eligible  far. this "oflflv bird" draw '  50-51,000 wlnnors, 10-55,000 winners,  and the $150,000 GRAND PRIZF, winner  will be drawn after the contest closing  date of November 17,1970,  w4  .saving l  WITH THI? HANK t  OP MONTKYAI. AND  HI A WINNI-R IN MOK'i; WAYS   ,  rilANONI-l .,/  Now, !..ivn\(,i at mo Hunk of Moptrnftl  has (inuhlo run nppna|. I'lrsr, you  onioy all tho rotiulnr Mnof lis Pf nut*  riionuino and savings ac:roum,r..  I'uuti,, ,you-now hcivo tho opp'oi tu.  nityk) win told cnrih|jri��ifi,A��k  ��� tpt l*j|ldouiltian(lcontont rulomu..'.  :anv flank* of'Morttrn.HPrnncM,'' ""  W|iinoi s will ton roqulrecl to cniforilv  an&woi a iimo'llrnlted ikill-tosilho  ���(luoniion,    h    "���������";��� ������'������"���  ^ V,  .,,,../...  c   . j, , ^ ,,     winners may,takft cn  jltiabloCrut����p,'*''C'<''* "'   "'    , X "'jk.      ���  ' - *     .��������� i  TH6 Flf sjTCaniidlaiii Bank  lorJ&aypJUo.U;  ���^mfliieHttril-  S/iUi ;i,KrWuii Double Your Money.'  .mm.,. lp*rCi'  'itii.^'.'iX^Z.  Wfa    ��*mi  ...��  ((,4--*..if|��  I*W1 *'C1"^1^**^  4llH~fl��*.\'('  7.7:7777, Burton Cumml ngi'  7  i  Bahkdf Montreal  kmmm ��a#w*WN*Mi*^^. p# rt"  .,.} |  N-  it  mm   <-     lflMP(*  H[*  iff iptm^iwwwfti**^  rfi .��%��.  t H&i* <-t   -*>eu>^  It,'  ���f pwWf*"-  7  "1  ...l.,.  ., �� .J,.|����� ���..,.^���,...,| ,*n .n,.��.^�����..  '    I.  I -il/,./  nr,  i ��� '.  -�����������,-  , ''i't  ������'.  Happenings around the harbour  Farewell Logger Jack  By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308 fM^_\  jw^nishedJ;o_the-hospital-by-our-locar  On October 26 Jacke Rouse of Madeira   held at Forest View Cemetery on Warnock  Park passed away in St. Mary's Hospital.    Road Monday, October 30 at 2 p.m..  ^TJSIPhTi0lSt0 hr Paf"ft ^ h3d    REMEMBRANCE DAY  fJS^^nSW^^r?        RemembranceDayServicewiUbeheld  iS^tft ff 111,^^^^ -Legion-Br.-m-  Saturday,- November 11 at 10:30 a.m.  Refreshments will be served and there will  be live music in the afternoon..  SMORGASBORD AT LEGION  V   The Ladies Auxiliary to Br. 112 Roj(al  Canadian Legion     will  be  having a..  smorgasbord and dance November 4 in the  Legion Hall at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $7.50  per person. Music by Lome Jones Band.  FISHERMEN'S HOMECOMING DANCE  The Pender Harbour Community Club  Fishermen's Homecoming Dance will be  held on November 25 at the Community  Hall. Dinner is 7 p.m. $15 couple or $8  person. No minors allowed.  CASINO NIGHT ��� WIN $200  The Pender Harbour Lions Club will be  holding their Casino Night Friday,  November 10 at 8 p.m. Admission is $2 but  the door prize is $200 plus a good evening of  fun. This year they are having an entirely  new Casino Night as there will be dancing  ambulance and was-found^o havebroken  ribs and a punctured lung. He died later of  a heart attack'.  Jack was born in Ladysmith 75 years  ago and had a twin brother Robert who  was accidently killed in Churchill Bay,  Pender Harbour when he was in his early  teens. 'He called himself Logger Jack,  having logged up and down the B.C. coast,  worked on many seine boats and had two  boats of his own, Rambling Kid and  Kathleen R., from which he trolled and cod  fished. Today Jack's faithful and constant  companion Fussy is waiting for Jack to  come home.' This beautiful German  Shepherd dog adopted Jack quite awhile  ago and is being cared for by Jack's sister  Martha Warnock.  Jack had a son Laurence, daughters  Kathleen, Leona and Gladys; sisters  Martha Warnock and Agnes Mullen.  Predeceased by his sisters Flora Scoular  and Janie Edwardson and brother  Charlie Higgins  and patrons are requested to come in  Graveside service was _ costume if they can possibly do so. Maybe  you could dress up in the styles of the  Roaring Twenties or Riverboat Gambler-  style costumes.  They hope to create a Gay '90s atmosphere, 50 there-will-be-Honkjc-Tonk-  music. There will be a prize for the best  costume and also a Texas Mickey will be  raffled.  Games, of chance, blackjack,  crowrTana "arichofr those" cutenmousies,*  balloons, darts, etc. There will be NO  BINGOrProceeds~go~back into-thecom=-  munity.  HALLOWEEN DANCE-A SUCCESS   The Hallqween Dance at the Royal  Canadian Legion Saturday night was a  success and the Harbour Lites played  better than every. Many people attended  in costume despite the rain.  NEWS BRIEFS  The Pender Harbour Cubs will be  having   a   bottle   drive   on   Saturday,  November 4 in the Pender Harbour area  *. ���and-hope folks-will-support them  ^ Mrs. Constance Harper celebrated her  ? birthday on October 25. She would not  like me to tell, that's-why there, is a  question mark.  Heardjhat Jean and Willie Rousseau  are back in Pender Harbour.,   Connie.Dillabough and daughter.Diane  Stroshein from Powell River were in  Madeira Park and stayed at ;Nancy and  vfla-% ���   Wednesday. November ly 1978  The Peninsula Times  ~PageH-5~  Our Winter Tire Sale  continues at...  1 mile West of Gibsons, Highway 101  886-2700  CHARLIE  MITTELSTEADT helps   Mr. D. Ackerman of, Halfmoon Bay;  Bill Van Weston draw the winning  raffle tickets in Sunshine Coast  Chrysler's draw. Winners of the trip  to���Harrison Lake���for-two-was  Rosemary Landson of Gibsons. Fifty  dollar gift certificates, were won by  Mrs. G. R. Eastman of Vancouver;  Elizabeth Brown of Gibsons; JMrs.  Ken Eidt of Gibsons; Joe Mellis of  Gibsons and Carl Kohuch of  Sechelt; Other winnersivere Lauralie  Solli Eleanor Hatfield, S. W, Kennon  and G. Newsham.  'Simple Relaxation' author  makes return visit  Making a return visit to Redrooffs last  week was Laura Mitchell, an English  physiotherapist who was a guest at the  home of her nephew, Dr. John Mitchell.  Miss Mitchell was in Canada a year ago to  launch her book, "Simple Relaxation"  '_"_ which has since-sold-10,000 copies. The-  second edition is now available, published  by. John  Murray  and  distributed   in  "Canads~by~BifclTand Langland.  The book is the result of the author's  own struggle with osteo-arthritis/and her  experiments   to   obtain   relief   and  relaxation, based on her extensive  knowledge of the physiology of the body.  At Redrooffs she was resting after a  strenuous few days in Vancouver, where  she was interviewed by John Reynolds on  CJOR and Barry Clark on- CKNW. She  appeared'on television in the BobSwitzer  and the Hamel shows and was interviewed  by Helen Bateson.for an article which  "LOGGER JACK" logged up arid  down the B.C. doast during his 75-year  life. This picture of Jack arid one of  his boats was taken 20 years ago.  EVERYONE  NEEDS TREES  Phyllis .Brown-is recuperating in~St.r>  " Mark's Hospital after a serious operaton  -_and is coming along fine. Eleanor Orr is  still in Lion's Gate Hospital taking tests.  New residents to Madeira Park are Jim  and Madeline Woodward from Toronto.  They are living in the RL&B Trailer  .Court.  The Community Club Bingo Thursday  Night wiU have their Reno Trip Jackpot at  52 calls and if not won, it will be $100 and go  -up^-number-the-following-iyeekr*-������t-  P.S. I might change the title of my  column next week.  Sqwmrigtty  By MAURICE HEMSTREET  Hello there fellow square dancers,  once gain I am right on time with bringing  you the up-to-date news flashes wjith The  Sunshine Coast Country Stars square  dance club.  Yes, with caller Harry Robertson on  stage and over three sets of dancers onjthe  floori���another���great���evening���of���funr  relaxation and frustrations were soon lo  become history and you know that I have  told you before that there is no better way  to forget your troubles than to Join a  fantastic square dance club like ours. ���  Harry's aunt arid uncle, Lome-and  Elaine   Ingram   from   Prince   George,  dropped in 'to, see how modern square  dancing was done and I think that this  Michael Dewey Kampman of Gibsons   bothered Harry a bit, as he asked Ldrne,  has won a 1978 undergraduate scholarship   how come your hair is still nice and dark,  Gibsons student  awarded scholarship  from the University of VictoriaTori Vancouver Island.  Kampman, who is enrolled in the  Faculty of Arts and Science, has been  awardetfa President's Scholarship of $325.  In all the university has awarded undergraduate scholarships to $6 students  from 47 communities In British Columbia  and from Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta,  the Yukon, the Northwest Territories,  TREES... A GROWING CONCERN  you're slim and trim and well, it's just not  fair that the snow has fallen so thick on my  top and I sag here and there; what  happend:..,..,...  !....,..���'....  Advice from an older one ���" Well,  Harry, your aunt and uncle are a very nice  couple and we wjsh that they were closer  so that they could Join our square dancers.  Now. for the last part of your question,  neither Webster nor I cari come up with  Hong Kong, AustrlajmdJteaLjGfirmany.���phrascs-^r���words--tliat-->vllI-ease-your���nephe  " > conscience. Sorry, old fellowj>  There are'many square dances coming  up in the future, so watch The Peninsula  Times for further places and times, and  now I must get along or miss the bus, so  have a good day���see you next week when  Slim Pickens will be on stago, Bye for now.  gear  appeared in last Wednesday's Province  Laura Mitchell is now working on a new \^  _book_ on "Movement" in which she will  review all the different kinds of movement  from _ yogau-to-ljogggin'gi���gi^ing a  physiological explanation of how they  work on the body, so that people can  aoese-the-riiethodiyh^  needs. AmongthemethodsI she jvill review-  in her book are Ti Chi, a Chinese form of  movement, much used for the training of  warriors and popularly practiced in China  on mats in the parks. She will offer for  consideration the Alexander method  which was well known before the First.  World War and for which there are schools  in England and America. The Mensendick  Norwegian method can be practiced singly  or in classes and is an exact method ,of  training-muscle-control-Whereverit-may���  be needed. At Welcome Beach,  Mis��."  Mitchell was introduced to carpet bowling,  which she considered an excellent form of  movement and which may consequently  find a place in her new book.  ���" Laura. Mitchell teaches living anatoriiy  at the London School of Occupational  Therapy and has a weekly class in St.  Mary's Woolnoth Church in the City of  London, where business men and women  can spen^ their lunchtime break learning  to relax and relieve their tensions. In her  work of teaching the young people of  England, she reports that their attitudes  have changed considerably since the late  sixties. The present generation of young  people, she says, are much more serious  minded and extremely Interested In their  work and their future. '  Laura Mitchell Is not the only author in  this talented Mitchell  family.   Her  Div^John-J-Mitehel^���In  collaboration with Dr. Arthur Rook of  Cambridge,   England,   has   recently  published a monumental 80kpago treatise  found  op  Botanical  Tinkley.  Dermatology.   ���  Mary  CANADIAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION.  ANP YOUR PROVINCIAL FORESTRY ASSOCIATION  l|  !  Sechelt ifqMP report that several bags  of fishing gear have been turned Into tho  pollco offlco.   '  The ownqr can claim tho gear by going  to the offlco and Identifying it.  x  i MM  V'     w\  \\\V��.v  I in |l  I X  \\\  -   IT-IS- NOT -NECESSARY'.  i ��� '       ' ' .  ,  "S  to Itmvc T|ie J'eniiiHiila  for Memotfnl'Fiiiicriil''��crvi��c��T  Why deal with strangers when tho Ponlnsula frlonds aro always  avallablo to glvo Immodiato sorvlco 24 hours a day  ���tttMi  ftf f&rJtVi.* -rfMHiKHjfitf*. ^-.mt  f��wai  W��]  ill fl  If  YipV^  '. S^dfw_m,\'^ Sdli^Arie -rtaCTrir *��� 'aw.  886-9551  DAIN IMWUN, Director  'Miit'lllM"! VI If  I '       t*  >filMlillmmptiWlitmirmmttmt\**mw*i^*to���*mt*i ^i^m ��*m *  '    * X7x 'J'l'n'   , >, I,  I1   ,r\  i    y,XXi7%i'7,7xk '�����  Sechelt hosp.  aux. meets  The Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary at Its  October 12 mooting received i a list of  translators willing to assist patients in ten  languages, reports president Billie Steele.  Assistance Is to bo given through the co^  ordlriator council which has found several  . volunteers to translate In. Russian,  French, German, Dutch, Estonian,  Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, SwahlH  and Danish. '  It was' also noted that Christmas, Food  Hamper rafflo tickets erenow on sale in  Uie meal on various days, Donations aro  wolcomo nnd may be loft with Betty  McKay nt Uncle Mick's SIiqo Store or  phono jiormat_6^IM05.,..,; _,,���. ...,y,...........  "lO^fl" dated ChrlstmaB J'reo SaUn  Ornaments from "hallmark", some  celebrating occasions such ns "Baby's  ��'!Lov��u, s'Home", or Jwjt a very attractive  addition for your own "Memory TtctfK  Come In and see them all, so prettily  *��� presented in their individual gift hoxbi -  Miss Bee's Secholt.  ���**#�� *���*<����������* *<w*iw*'��  il*um*<!'Kmtm<*ii'  jgwt^wwtfpprf^dMM^ ������ ^ ����**^| J i:  M  "  /    ��� >i<  lX  ,v  '     ��� ��� ' ���   ���  i ���'  'p ���'..".'������  \-  .                    "���  ���    7l    '..'���'"  _._..,_    ^-..- ��� -'   .'  i            '���''"���.     ���'���  ���y  '���.���*������:<; ;^  ,-. ���  .    j ^ !  ,-  \   .          >                     ���  jr    -  .. ^ ..  " ,.  ���   '  i      ,'  Page A-6  ThePeninsula Times  Wednesday, November i, 1^8.  f  x  AUTUMN  SCRAMBLE  Unscramble the nances of  those vog*iablos that you  will be oating this autumn..  The first letter is out in front for you.  This week we're going to give a prize to someone  who works the puzzle correctly. So, unscramble the  words, and send your answer,to us at: BOX 310,  SECHELT. One of you will win I '  Also, we've got a report on a trip a lot of you took  to Seattle last week. Maybe mor? of you would like to  send us your impressions��- whether oriWyou liked  the King Tut exhibit, what w$Mun about a trip, whdfft.  was like travelling with so many people,  And, don't forget to send us your drawings &  ^ stories,  "      ,  See you soon!  1. T0P0STAE  2. NEBAS  3. ROSTRAC  4. NUPTRI  5. BEGABCA  6. MATTS00E  7. COLICROB  8.TEBES  9. SRUBELS ROSSTUF  10. ROUFILLAWEC  l.P-  2. B  3. C  4.T-  5. C-  6.T-  7.  8.  9.  10. C-  Name  V _/  MAKE IT!   ,  t��g��  SPOOKY SUNDAES        (J  (L^mWl^rMK_\\m  1/2 cup milk                             ^  '���;   1 scoop vanilla or orange         ��-'.  lee cream                                    tk  ^^wM~  chocolate chlpi                     *s2s��  (___J\ __o^_^_i_^__  Put ice cream in a mixing  bowl. Add l/2cupiViilk& mix well.  ���  Use chocolate chips to m'dke a  spooky face on your sundae.  t.  SOCCER PLAY  DAY AT GIBSONS  \ *  Gibsons Elementary School hosted a Soccer  Play Day on October 26 for all junior soccer  players on the peninsula. Schools participating  were Bowen Island, Sechelt, Langdale, Davis  Bay, Roberts Creek, Cedar Grove and Gibsons.  The scores ln the first round were:  Gibsons ~3  _Sechelt_-_0_��� _= s   Roberts Creek - 3  Langdale - 0  Davis Bay - 2  Cedar Grove - 0  In round two the.scores were:  Gibsons - 4  Bowen Island - 1  Cedar Grove - 3  Langdale - 0  Roberts Creek - 3  Davis Bay - 0  Sechelt - 8  Gibsons - 0  In round three the scores were:  Cedar Grove ��� 4  V  Sechelt - 0  Langdale ��� 1  Gibsons - 1 '"���  Davis Bay -2  Bowen Island - 1  dibsons - 0  Roberts Creek -3  ���  "?mtoi  <��� *i  \m    *   m  ���Vr*"*  Photo by Hannah Anthony  Address Age    o __  Do you know that some earthworms in southeastern Australia can grow  to be 12 feet long. People who walk near these huge worms can hear  them making sucking & gurgling noises as they burrow through the  ground.  Kmre-ft  '?��� v��<#*5 *1 <J'  A VISIT TO SEATTLE  Recently aULthe grade 6 & 7 classes in the Sechelt school district spent  two days in Seattle visiting the KifigTut Exhibit^ahd Either Jibint^ of in-^  terest in the area. The following is part of a journal written by a grade 6  student.  By Andrea Rayment  "Sechelt Elementary - 5:30 am ��� Triptto ferry was uneventful.  "just good old Highway 101, mile after,cnije^���  Langdale Terminal ��� 6:30 am ��� Peninsula school bus dropped us  off at the ferry terminal and 119 kids walked onto the ferry.  Horseshoe Bay Terminal ��� 7:15 am ��� In our groups we walked  up to the foot passenger place and hopped onto our assigned  buses. (Us grade sixes got the S.M.T.!! I including washrooms,  ashtrays and FUN! ! !)Seatt|e Fair Grounds - 2:00 pm ��� Arrived  ���at World's Pair Grounds and discovered a wait of 1 1/2 hours till  beingable to get into King Tut, We picked a spot and plunked  ourselves down on the ground, and waited... waited...  waited. ....'.'���  International Bazaar ��� 3:00��� AfteForT"KouFpr so some of us  -went-in-to-therlnternationaUBcaadr-,^which-hos-aJiUJe_g8ljhopL_  for each country in the world. While going through we stopped  in a'small room In which they had antique_pianos that cost 10-_  25cto run..That was really neatl I also stopped off at a small gift '  shop where I bought some postcards and a Hershey bar (only  15c!!) I also bought a small Philliplne toy which Ashley has  already managed to demolish. I think ail the kids that went  through the International Bazaar really enjoyed if.  Seattle Art Centre-KingTut - 3:30 pm���Many precautions were  ���poi nted-ol3t'to^i^  ~~Tfies��TewTliiings m3^  1. All articles were exposed to us before actually seeing the  exhibit. *     /    . ���>  ~2r.-The^ay^he^x4^j^fe��ws-dlsplayedi;���--���������--^-y-yy-yrX :���:.  3. I feel the exhibit *#�� built up too much, yet the exhibit was  fairly interesting in itself. ��  Food Circus - Dinner - 5:30 pm���We went to the International  Food Faire for dinner which has about 50 different stalls; with  food from different countries. This was all on two different  levels, which was decorated very modernly with fountains,  ^micrors, etc. Most of us ate at Luigi's, an Italian restaurant.  Monorail ��� 6:00 pm ��� The ride was short but enjoyable, but I  ��� the-World's Fair as a more convenient way of travelling.  ~ HoteK6:30-4:00 am^^Sirfce there'are rhdny thingsfhatstajuldr  not be known by anyone over the age of 12, I will leave this  section blank. '-  McDonalds - breakfast -9:00 am ��� For breakfast I had hotcakes,  sausage, hash browns and orange juice. We had to eat quickly  though, as the rest of the schools were waiting.  Home 11 Time ��� who cares! I z-z-z-z-z-z  ���TO GET IT!  GIBSONS  hire an ;  expert in  tile setting  886-9506  FREE ESTIMATES  NO OBLIGATION  Don't be sorry  years later.  WW  (M*W *  'fc:  ���V  ��,��..wv, i.'V i. '''ll  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  886-2525  WE HAVE A COMPLETE  SELECTION  OF  WOOL  &  CRAFT   SUPPLIES   -  McCALL'S  ~PAT-TERNSr~-  SEWING  NOTIONS A  JEWELRY  .Sunnycrest'Centre, Gibsons  UPHOLSTERY &l  BOAT TOPS LTD?  MAKING CUSHIONS  FOR CHRISTMAS?  TOSSCUSHION  FOAMS.  886-7310  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES, GIBSONS  ^   CREDIT UNION   *?*  "*cu4af dt em&u <vmmmmOf"^'J)  YOUR  * Loans  * Mortgages  "*' Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT <���  886-8121  IN SECHELT  ���rtl��^-  885-9838  UNCLE MICK'S SHOES  tfGIBSDN^  'A COMPLETE BUIIDINQ SERVICE"  -fe1fei]m  Come *  See Ut  886-8141  ' Sunshine Coast  Highway, Olbiont  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Windsor  Sunshine Cst. Hwy.    ,-  Gibsons.  "MORE  THAN  JUST  PLYWOOD"  /���wind son  wmiww woru  886-  9221  Y J&C ELECTRONICS  "     mnSlSSSS^tlr.  885-2568     ,  For your  computer  needs  879��5  ELECTR0NI  next to Dogwood  ���""Cafe. Lower  TXlfc  ���oni.  SPECIALISTS IN  RADAR, VHF, CB  ��.,**> f*..>*:VjlJ(*.;**.w!..  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  886-7421  "SPECIAL"  ROMAN BATH ANTIQUB RED  Includes Delta laucet  Rag. $478  N0W MS0    -im-  Seaview PI., Olbioni--���r--^  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Call us about our , ���  Craft Clanei  ;fiunnyc/iest  Stepping  fat StHMftlUtU}  tpsu'U tvvt need,  'Specializing In Ladles & Mens  Cuts & Styling,  Coloring,  Blow Drying..  All types ��of Perms  ��  HalrCarafor Itioonllro lamlly^  ly Rodhon, Jlilrmnch & Vldal Bassoon Products  Sec&ett'&eacity Soto*  ,    Open Tuesday' to Saturday ,..  8B5-2il�� Cowrie St.  UNICORN  I^ET'S 'N PLANTS  885-5526, Sechelt  V      OVER 25  VARIETIES OF  TROPICAL FISH  x    .      '     X'  MOREL'S FRAMING &  CONSTRUCTION LTD.  CUSTOM ifoMI BUILOINfl A  . r��AMWW,  886-2440  w,'aa i,  !���>���  EXQUISITE BOUQUET  886-9222  WHIJE, RED ft PINK  ^��POINSETTiA��F-^  ,AVAILABLE-NOW,'  Sunnycrest Centre,  ../.���Qlbibns' .'*..:...  k  WDITMI\rD 11 ADD AIID  rtNUbK HAKbUUK   1  HARBOUR SUPPLIES  ,M NQWSfiRVIlCLm.SIEREO.  X7ICECTRON1C EQUIPMENT. WE  ALSO IN5TAUTV ANTENNA^  t' f  TAKE HOME.ONE OP OUR  ANTENNAS A TRY IT. "NO CVlAROE    '  \  BO ���: 9o_mi&| 'P|  1 f,ti���,'\x ;,i,    ,  Ladlat, Men's A  Children's W��ar  883-2315  MADEIRA PARK  .\,  \.  mmpilutrt*. !*lrt��nH  hAU��<<I 'tV.��f|I)P   '"  "/ ��7-*l*"' "mtltd   ta} ti^tnmrimra.m<l~f--m.'i 1%&fm��  ��ff^ffi *ftmmmiim��mti/ty��t .^r^mm^^0i^^Wtmm^0rK^a^.tltt.tii%.J e*m>.**i***  >��.,-..   ,atf - tr-nitm,* f��r   , ,-x   ft,  ~.   .' , /!%.} 1 - (��� * ' *  m *m �� m*�� &  t ��*<W��*r,4J,k<.  . ,MH I   p*|   ,,t  f      *m\    1\'{H      ������*  I.,.  ^ /,  V-:-.  v   I  ���till.*        ,  \   ��m       t  I    I     ���   1    \     I    1     I     I     I    ���>   'I   j'"   ''       \  >���   �����* -#:
;p-=
///
If
\0
I
Wednesday, Nov. 1
^
f    .
CHANNEL 2
CHANNEL 4'
CHANNEL 5
CHANNEL 6,
CHANNEL 7
CHANNEL 8
CHANNEL 9
CHANNEL 11 -
CHANNEL 12
CHANNEL 13
'   12:00
Switzer
All My Children
Hollywood  Sqs.
News
News
News-
Specials
News
Dr. In House
All My Children
Cont'd.
\  12:30
Search for Tom.
Cont'd.
Days of .
Ida Clarkson
As the
Movie: $2,000,000
Cont'd.
Adam-12
All  In  Family
v 1:00
\l:30
Bob  McLean
1 Life To Live
Our Lives
Marcus   Welby
World Turns
Clams  of
Art Start
Movie:
Crosswits
Vancouver
Cont'd. '
Cont'd.
The Doctors
, Cont'd.
Guiding Light
Captain Jack
Spinning Stories
Great  John L
M.A.S.H.    .
Cont'd.
2:00
. Edge of Night
General .
Another'
Adam-12
Cont'd.
Another
Stories
Cont'd.
Dating Game
Cont'd.
2:30
•T.B.A.
, Hospital
Worid
Movie:
T.B.A.
M.A.S.H.
World"> *
Book, Look, Lis.
Cont'd.
Tic  Tac Dough
Lively Special
Going Places
3:00
Take 30
Edge of Night
Take 30
Dinah
Alan Hamel
Over Easy
Popeye
Match  Game
3:30
Celebritv  Cooks
Boomerang
"Minute  To
Celebrity Cooks
•Cont'd.
Cont'd.       1'
Book Beat
Banana  Splits
Jeannie
Spiderman
4:00
Charlie  Chaplin
$6,000,000 Man
Pray,   See-
Bionic
Everyday  ,
T.B.A.
• Price is Right
Sesame Street
Super Stars
Funorama
Little Rascals
4:30
For Kids
Cont'd.
To Die"
Woman
Cont'd.    /
Cont'd.
Leave to Beaver
Gilligan's  Island
Part.  Family
5:00
Goodies
News
Carol Burnett -
Sanford & Son
News
Hollywood
Hockey:
Mr. Rogers
I Love Lucy K
My 3  Sons -.
Petti. Junction
'     5:30
All In Family
Cont'd.
-News
N6ws
Cont'd.
Electric  Co.
Part.  Family
I Love Lucy
Hollywood  Sqs.
6:00
News
Cont'd.
Cont'd..
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Vancouver
Auction
Brady Bunch
Andy  Griffith
Carol Burnett
6:30
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Mary T. Moore
vs-Chicago
Cont'd.
My 3 Sons
Qong Show
Bob Newhart
7:00
Mary T. Moore
Election '78
Seattle
Star Trek
Tell the Truth
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Hogan's Heroes'
Joker's  WIM
Wives  of Pat."
Vancouver
7:30
Muppets
. Cont'd..     —
Evergreen Ex.
Cont'd.""
T.B.A.	
Cont'd'.       —   .
Cont'd.    •
Bob Newhart- --
Cont'd.— .
. . 8:00
Gift to Last
8  Is  Enough .
Dick Clark
Gift to Last  .
T.B.A.
News
Cont'd.
David Frost
Newlywed Game
Cont'd. ~
8:30
Cont'd.   .         „,
Cont'd.
Cont'd:
Endless Day '
T.B.A.
Winsday >
Cont'd.
Contjd.
Merv Griffin
Cont'd.               ,
 9:00
Musicamera
Charlie's Angels
M6vle:
Musicamera
T.B.A.
Charlie's Angels
Cont'd.
ContM —    _
Gale is Dead
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Movie:      \        t
Sailor Who Fell
9:30
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
ThoB~Shalt Nor
Cont'd.       _
I.U. A.
10:00
Rhoda
Vega$
.Commit
Sha Na Na
T.B.A.
> Lifeline
.Cont'd.
■ News'    ,
Britain's
from  Grace"'    %
' with the /Sea
,   10:30
Watson   Report
Cont'd.     ;
Adultry
' Watson   Report
T.B.A.      \
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Love Experts '
Finest  Hours
11:00
News
News "
News
News
News
News
Cont'd."    "
Gong  Show
Love Experts
Sports ..Page
11:30
Cont'd.
Police -Woman
Tonight Show
Cont'd.
Late Movie  •
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Outer Limits
Late Movie
Cont'd.
Wednesday, November 1,1978
The Peninsula Times
Page A-7
Power squadron meeting news
Thursday, Nov. 2
CHANNEL 2
. CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
CHANNEL 6
CHANNEL 7
CHANNEL 8
CHANNEL 9
CHANNEL 11
CHANNEL 12
. CHANNEL 13
12:00
Switzer
All My-Children
Hollywood Sqs.
News
News •
News
Cinematic  Eye
, News
Dr. In House
All  My
12:30
Search for Tom.
Cont'd.
Days of
Ida  Clarkson
As the
Movie:
Music Place
Adam-12
All In FamUy
Children
1:00
Bob McLean
1 Life To Live
Our Lives
Marcus Welby
World Turns
-California
All About You
Movie:
Crosswits
Vancouver-
1:30
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
The   Doctors
Cont'd.
Guiding Light
Kid
Word Shop
Roberta
M.A.S.H.
ContM.
2:00
Edge of Night
General
Another
Can.  Schools
Cont'd.
Another  World
Art Cart
Cont'd.
Dating Game
Tic Tac Dough
ContM.
2:30
T.B.A.
Hospital
World
T.B.A.-
M.A.S.H.
Cont'd.
Once Upon
Cont'd.
Going Places
3:00
Take 30
Edge of Night
Movie:
Take 30
Dinah
Alan' Hamel
Ovfer Easy
Popeye : -
Match Game
News
3:30
Celebrity Cooks
Treehouse
Good Guys &
Celebrity Cooks
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Julia ChUd   ■
Banana  Splits
Jeannie
Cartoons
4:00
Charlie  Chaplin
$6,000,000, Man
Bad Guys
"Bionic   Woman
Everyday
ContM.
Price Is Right
Sesame Street
Super Stars
Funorama
Battle Planets
4:30
What's New
Cont'd.
Cont'd.     -
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
ContM.
Leave to Beaver
Gilligan's  Island
Part.  Family
5:00
Goodies
News   .
Carol  Burnett
Sanford & Son
News    «■
$6,000,000 Man
Cont'd.
Mr. Rogers
.1 Love Lucy
My 3 Sons
Petti. Junction
5:30
All in Family
Cont'd.
News
News
ContM.
Electric  Co.
Part.  Family
I Love  Lucy
Hollywood Sqs.
.6:00
News -- - •
.Cont'd;
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
ContM.
News
Auction '78
Brady Bunch
Andy  Griffiths
Carol  Burnett -
6:30
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Mary T. Moore
Cont'd.
ContM.
My 3 Sons
Gong Show
Bob Newhart
Vancouver
7:00
Mary T. Moore
P.M.   Northwest
Seattle
Movie:
Newlywed Game
Stars ,on Ice
Patsy "Gallant .
ContM.
Hogan's   Heroes
Joker's Wild
7:30
Trivia   Quiz
Cont'd.
Match Game
Valdez Is
Joker's  Wild
Cont'd.
Bob Newhart
On the Buses
~ ContM.
8:00
Barney Miller
-Mork & Mindy
Project U.F.O.
Coming'
The Waltons
Protect   U.F.O.
ConVd
.Cont'd.
Donna.Fargo
. Newlywed Game
ContM.             ,
8:30.
King Kenslng.
Happening
Barney Miller
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
ContM.
Marty Robbins
Merv Griffin
Cont'd.
9:00
Canadian
Quincv
Hawaii 5-0   .
Cinderella at
Live it Up '.....
Cont'd.
Dolly   ....
Cont'd.
... 1 Day at a Time
9:30
Express     '"
Soap
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
the Palace
Soap
Cont'd.
Pop Country.
Cont'd. .-..■'.■
•People
10:00
. T.B.A.
Family
David Cassidy •
Barnaby'' Jones
Cont'd
Family
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
News
Britain's
Capra
10:30
T.B.A.
Cont'd.
Undercover
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.  ■;■
Love Experts
Finest Hours'
Cont'd.     .-
11:00
National News
News
News
News
News
News'
Cont'd.
Odd Couple
Love Experts
Sports Page
Cont'd;
.11:30
Night:: Final    .:-:
"Starsky," Hutch
Tonight Show
ContU■-"■-          .-
-Late Movie   ---
-News  ■ - -	
ContM.-    yyr..
Gohg^Show-	
M.AiS.H;---- ;-   "
The October 20 meeting was held at the
home ofBruce and Sylvia Woodsworth and
was chaired by Comdr. Kent Carruthers,
just back from the National Power
Squadron Convention in Toronto.
He stated a new 'maintenance course
will be available soon1, for those interested
in improving their mechanical knowledge
and skills. \ /   .
Dave Smethurst informed the meeting
that Tom Sheldon will be showing his
cellent and colourful underwater slides
at the next meeting on November 17.
We were pleased to meet Ret. Comdr..
Bob'Maxwell-and-his^wife—Joyrfofmerly—
of Calgary, who have made an application
CBC Radio
schedules
CBC Radio schedules are not available
this week due to the mail strike. It is hoped
that arrangements can be made for the
new CBC Radio Program Guide to be
available at no cost to listeners on the
Sunshine Coast — in the meantime a
limited number of copies of the third issue
October 21-November 3 are at this
newspaper office.
to   join   the   Sunshine   Coast _ Power
Squadron. Welcome Aboard!
After the business meeting adjourned,
Woodswroth, surrounded by charts and
aided by projected photo'graphs traced his
summer cruise of one thousand, and
seventy statute miles, through numerous
hazards to- Bella Coola^tfcean Falls, Sir
Alexander MacKenzie^ monument, Bella
Bella an„d back.
Friday, Nov. 3
CHANNEL 2.
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
CHANNEL 6
CHANNEL 7
CHANNEL 8
CHANNEL 9   CHANNEL U-   CHANNEL 12   CHANNEL 13
■12:
12:
'J
2:
2:
3:
-_3_::
4:
4:
p 5:
5:
00     Switzer!.._■..:■:":: All My^Chlldrea  HoUywood Sqs.  -News     -  ..---News ■ News.   - Freestyle   -,-
30»~seafch for Tomr Cont'd:——^-Days"of-—^ -    ida"CTft?kson:r=:r3t£^jMldC™^^
00     Bob  McLean 1 Lif ei To Live.   Our Lives        -    Marcus  Welby     ■ Turns Mind  Over ' • T.B.A.
30     Cont'd. Cont'd.   . The Doctors Cont'd, Guiding Light       Mayhem T.B.A.     -
News-
rAdama2
Movie:
Union Station
Dr. In House -
ZSUHE^FainUy::
Crosswlts    ■
M.A.S.H.
All My Children
zcm&zyyryyyyz
Vancouver
Cont'd.
00     Edge of Night      General Another
30     T.B.A. '-•'■   Hospital .    World V
00     Take 30 Edge of Night      Movie:
30—r€elebrlty rfiooks—--Treehouse yyrr. .-_:■;—What's "New;
00 Charlie Chaplin. $6;O0<WD0
:30 Kids Only Cont'd.
00 Goodies News
30 AU in. Family Cont'd.
iKi
Can. .Schools
T.B.A.
Take 30
"—CelebrityrCooks-
.. ContM.'
M.A.SiH.
Dinah
-Cont'd.'
Another  World
Cont'd.
Alan Hamel
r:eontMT;:-r,~~
T.B.A;
Once Upon
Over ■ Easy
:speakoift'r~~
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Popeye
banana" SiJUts"
.Dating Game
Tic Tac Dough
Match  Game
rjeannle ~~ ~; t-t
Party Game
Going Places
News
^Cartoons-:
Eight dishes to
choose from
Open
Tuesday to Sunday
* Dally luncheon Specials
* Tako-Qut Order*
Sunnycrest Centre
Gibsons
886-8015
an
Pussycat
Cont'd.
Carol Burnett
_NeW8_    	
Bionic Woman ,
Cont'd.
Sanford &.Son
-NeWS- ...-!:.■_ -'_ .
Everyday
Cont'd.
News  ■■■
Cont'd. ...
Price  is Right
Cont'd.
$6,000,000  - -   :
Sesame Street (
Cont'd.
Mr. Rogers    .
-Electric  Go.
Super. Stars
Leave to Beaver
I Love Lucy
Part.  Family
Funorama
Gilligan's  Island
My 3  Sons,
I-Lo ve- Lucy" " "
8
9;
9:
10:
10:
11
11:
00 s News"
30 Cont'd!
00 Mary T. Moore
:30 :..gs__a_ Crowd;  ;
:00 All in'Family
:30 Challenge
:00 Loto  Canada
30 Cont'd;
Cont'd;—"~ 7—
Cont'd;
P.M.   Northwest
Muppet Show
Donny & Marie
Cont'd..
Movie:'T.B.A.-_
Cont'd
~CGnVi.:~~^~y~ ~
ContM. •-.■•-•;.■   '
Seattle
Hollywood Sqs.
rCont'arrr
Cont'd.
Incredible
Hulk
-CdHtM—	
Mary T- Moore
Newlywed Game
Joker's Wild .'■
^News
Cont'd. .
'D'nrlght Disco
Circus
~AuctiorT'78~
Cont'd.     -
Cont'd.
ContM
"BradyTBunch
My 5 Sons
Hogan's  Heroes
Bob Newhart
-AndytGSttfiac:
.Gong Show
Joker's Wild
Dr.  on the Go
Battle Planets
Part.  Family
Petti.   Junction
Kfollywobdr Sqs.
;TCarol~Burnett
Bbt> Newhart
Vancouver
ContM.
Diff Strokes
Watching  Kids?
Rockford—
Files
"King Kenslng.
Challenge
Loto Canada
Cont'd.
Wonder
Woman
Incredible
Hulk   xy.
-Donny & Marie
Cont'd.
Rockford   Files
Cont'd.
ContM.
ContU
ContM.
Cont'd.
Dating Game
Comedy Shop  •
Hot   City/Disco
Cont'd.
Newlywed Game
Merv  Griffin
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
T.B.A.
Movie:
Fantastic
Planet
00 Pacific Cont'd.
30 Report ContM.
:00 National News News
;30 Night Final Baretta
Eddie Capra
.Mysteries
N©ws
Tonight Show
Am.  Girls
ContM.
News
Cont'd.
Flying High
Cont'd.
News
Late Movie
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
News
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
News
Love Experts
Odd Couple
Gong  Show ■
Britain's
Finest   Hours
Love Experts
Late'p Movie
Flying High
Cont'd.
Sports Pagev
■ContM.----."'." ■
Saturday, Nov, 4
CHANNEL 2
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
CHAN NEL-6
CHANNEL 7
CHANNEL 8   ,      CHANNEL 9
CHANNEL IT
^CHANNEJ.JJL
JCHANNEL_13_
12:00
12:30
1:00
1:30
Los Angeles
Philharmonic.
Confd.
Mr. Chips
Football:
Teams T.B.A.
Football:
Teams  T.B.A.
Soup
Vegetable
Treasures
KCTS Auction
Cont'd.
Los Angelas-
Philharmonic
Cont'd.
Dancing	
Space Academy
Fat Albert ^
Ark U
30 Minutes
McGowan
Discover
Joyce Kelly
Dancing.,
Survival Skills
Cinematic Eye
Ch. 9 Auction
Cont'd.
Movie:
Tammy Tell
Me True
T.B.A.
Space  Academy
Fat Albert
Outlook    ;
Perspective
100 Huntley St.
Sports   —
Cont'd, .. -..'■ -
Cont'd.
2:00
-2f30-
3:00
3:30
Movie:,
Francis in-
Haunted House
Wild.'Kingdom
Cont'd.
iiCont'd.
Contfd.v-
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd
ContM.
Travel
News
sports Review
Count.  Garden
Emergency
lOnei
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
tReacKrJFMLTop^
News.''.."'
Hockey:
Atlanta< at    ■
t']&»Tf6fop. :J
Game  of Week
World of
Sports 	
Horsera'clng
Sports
Cont'd. :■:
Point of View
'Adventure
News
Red Fisher &■,.
Cap.   Comment
Hockey:
Atlanta at
Spe'etaetila*i*-
Contd.
Good Times
News
Journal
Film Flam
Wrestling
Cont'd. •
Cont'd.
jContM^
Cont'd"
Cont'd.
Movie:
■ Tarzan -Escapes
Cont'd. >■-*-:■-   ■:■■■
"> Cont'd.
700 Club
Cont'd.  -
^Contra.
Wacky Races
iPont'di
ont'd.
"^News •■■■-■;—
Wrestling
Uood location
— J block'fronr	
_ModffmrS"storey. first class motor hotel,
beach, English Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown, shopping within 2
blocks. 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms, studios, efficiency
units and suites. — each with_private.balh,_colorT\Land phone. Dining
Room arid Coffee Shop. Lounge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting
Rooms. Drive-in lobby and free parking..-,- /
^755B^e^treeiL VancbuteT^
Telex: 04-51161
-WorWoi
Sports
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
-Confdi"
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd..
---Voyaigestoxi—-
Bottom Sea
Twilight Zone
Cont'd.
-Funorama -
Our Gang
Monkees
30 Minutes
Cont'd.—^.—
Bugs Bunny
Cont'd.
Inside Track
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
Montreal
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
News
Lawrence   Welk
Cont'd.
ContM.
Animal World
Wild Kingdom
Gong Show	
Montreal
ContM.
ContM.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
In Beginning
$1.98 Show
Family Feud
News
ContM.
Carter  Country
AppHe Pie
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
ContM.
Cont'd.
Star Trek
Cont'd.  .
Hee Haw.,
Cont'd..-
Weekend-,... •<-"-
Cont'd. ,  .1
Gong Show    J
»Movie: A
Rutland T.V.
2nd" City  T.V..
Western Front
Cont'd.
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
Mork & Mindy
Bonkers.
Paper Chase
Cont'd;
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
Nice Show
Like This-
National News
Night Final
Carter   Country
Apple "Pie
Love Boat ■	
Cont'd.
Chips
Cont'd.,
Sword of
Justice
Chips
ContM.
Movie: -    ':.
Hickey & Boggs
Rhoda
Mary T. Moore
The .Am.
Girls
Movie:
Ode to
Blllie Joe
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Hee Haw. Honey Lassie: Neeka
Nashville      - ContM.
Music   ■ Cont'd. '....;.■•.
Country N.W. Movie:"        '
1 Day at a Time
Welcome JSotter-
Love Boat
Cont'd.
Fantasy   Island
ContM. '•'.
News.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
ContM.
News
Sat. Night
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
News
Late Movie
Dallas
Cont'd.        '
Movie:
Sugarland Ex.
Fantasy
island.
News
Cont'd.
Cont'd1.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Movie: ——Valachl Papers,
Pink ,Panther        Cont'd.
ContM. Cont'd.
Cont'd:. ContM.
At the Forum
Cont'd.    v
Sporta
Cont'd.
Nov. 5
CHANNEL 2
CHANNEL 4
CHANNEL 5
CHANNEL 6
CHANNEL 7
CHANNEL 8
CHANNEL 9
CHANNEL 11
CHANNEL 12
CHANNEL 13
12:00
12:30
1:00
1:30
Santa Parade
Cont'd.
Football:
Winnipeg at
Issues Be Ans.
College  Football
Directions
Actiqn
2:00
2:30
3:00
3:30
Calgary
ContM.
Cont'd.
Cont'd. „
Election '78 T.B.A.
Stand. By      . T.B.A,
T.B.A.    • T.B.A.
Welcome Kotter T.B.A.
Football:
Teams, T.B.A.
T.B.A      .* ..   ,
T.B.'A-   '      ' <■
Football:
Teams T.B.A,
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
Good News '
Better  Way
T.B.A.   ■'.■■■:■■■
T.B.A.
Long flScarch
Cont'd.   ,     ,
Wash. Rovlow
Wall  Street
Movie:   T.B.A.
ContM.   ,   ,
Cont'd.  -
Movie:   T.B.A.
Gospel  Hour Sports
Cont'd.-    ' Cont'd.,
Rev, Solbreltkon ContM,
P.T.L. Club Cont'd;
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
Co.   Cnnndy
Hymn Sing
News
Parliament
Opor;  1'cttlcont
Alias Smith
& Jones
News .-, y
It Is Written
T.B.A.
T.B.A,
T.B.A,
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
Nows
Performance
Cont'd.
T.B.A.
Cont'd.
ContM.
Movie:  T.B.A.
ContM.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Ruff Houso
No. 1 lli COLOR TV
SUNSHINE COAST T.V.
Stereo & Appliances
885-9816      INTH
^
i>F-SECHELT^«^
AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS
WSU Football
Cont'd.  	
Meet tho Press
News
Cont'd.
ContM.
News
ContM.
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
World of
Disney
'Beachcombers
Naturo   Things
Husky Football
ContM. ,
Hardy Boys
ContM.
Jack Patera
How Come
World of
Disney	
Co. Canada
Hymn   Sing
Student Forum
Nows
National     -
Geographic
In Search of
David Horowitz
T,B,A.
T.B.A.
-te.A.
T.B.A.
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Beachcombers
T.B.A.
8:00
8:30
9:00.
9!30
Mary
Coni'd.
Sidostreet
Cont'd.
Battlestar
Galactlca
Movlo:  T.B.A,
Cont'd,	
Mbvle: T.B.A.
Cont'd,
Cont'd.
ContM.
Lawrenca
Wolk
Sldestreet
ContM.
Nows
Around Here
00 Mlnute/n
ContM. /
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
" Wilderness "
Soccer
Cont'd.
ContM,
' Tarzan
ContM.
Funorama
Our Gang ' ...
Movio:  T.B.A.
Cont'd.
Money Talks,
Horat Koehler
Lively  Country
T.B.A.
Nows
T.B.A.
Hordy Boys
Cont'd.
Cont'd,
Long  Search
Cont'd,
Egypt,
Star Trok
Cont'd.
Outer Limits
ContM.
ContM.
Gun Will Travel
00 , Minutes
ContM.
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
T.B.AjT
t.b.a!
AiKln
, Allco
Family
Battlestar
Galactlca
TJ1.A.
T.B.A.
T.B.A.
B,C, Lions
T.B.A.
T.B.A,
T.ll.A.
T.B.A.
Thoatro
ContM,
Speakout
Accoss
Probo *
Contact
Massoy's
Pt.  1
National Nowa
Night Final
ContM.
ContM.
News
Cont'd.
Lifeline
ContM.
Nowa
Lato Movlo
T.B.A,
T.B.A,
News
Cont'd.
'Km
Cont'd,
Nows
Lato Movlo
W^
ContM.
News
ContM.
Rush
ContM.
News
Sign Off
Kroozo Uros,
700 Club
Cont'd,
ContM.
Blessings
Name Tune
Movie: T.B.A,
Coijt'd^	
Movie;
Cont'd,
Cont'd,
Cont'd,
T.B.A,
Cont'd.
ContM.
Movlo:  T.B.A,
Cont'd.
Lynn
Anderson
Sports Pago
ContM.
^MondayTNov. 6
. ■■-.■%
^ihirChureh
of
yourchoice
UNITED CHURCH
9:30 a.m.—St. lohn's. Wilson Creek
11:15 a.m.—Gibsons
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Service and Sunday JJchookeaich Sunday
at 11:30 a.m. (except last Sunday in
month at 12:30 p.m.) Wednesday
Evenings,. 7:30.
All in St. John's United Church,     •
.Davis Bay
Phone  885-3157,  886-7882,  P.O.   Box
1514
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor
TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS
8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons
8:30 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on the
Sechelt Indian Reserve
10:00 a.m. at The Holy Family Church in
Sechelt. ■ , '
12'noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons
■*^r*-
CHANNBl, 2
12:0ft
M:3l
1100
1l30_
"~ii6'o
.2130
3:00
3)30
"lioF
4)30
S!00
Sl30_
"lloo
6:30
»7l00>
7:30
"im-'
ot30
"99
9:30
Swltasor,
Honroh 'for To,
Hob  McLean
ContM.
CHANNBL 4
A'u'My'cMkchV
Cont'd,
Ono Life
to Live      ,
KdKo   of  NIKht
I  ,\i,/im,
Tako 30
JiSipJjrlty. Cooks
General     '
Hospital
KdKo of NlKht
lloomorantf
CHANNBt. 5
Hollywood Scjii,
Days of
Our Lives
The Doctora
CHANNBL 6    CHANNEL 7    CHANNBL B    CHANNEL ?   CHANNBL 11   CHANNBL. 1J   CHANNBL 13-
Nowa
Ida <!lark«on
Mnrc«8 Wolby
ContM.
(JTiarflo" ?ffi?piTnT?o,00O^F'iv!arr
Anothor
World
Movlo: T.B.A.
Cont'd,
Catch  Up
Goortios
All in Family
ont'A,
Nows
ContM.
CbnPdi,
Cont'd,
Carol Burnott
Newa
Ca.  School
T.B.A.
Tako 30
Celohrlty   Cooks
Nows
Aa World
Turns
OiiUHiiH LlKht
TNow*
, Movlo:  T.B.A,
Cont'd.
ContM.
Tilonio Woman
ContM,
Sanford, A Son
Nowa .
ContM.
M,A,8,II.
Dinah
Cont'd.
Another World
Cont'd.
Alan Hamel i
ContM.
K.xplororn
Mualo Placo
Book, Look, Lis,
Moaauro ,.Uj>.^
Nowa
Aduin-12
Movloi  T.D.A,
ContM.  .
DrT In   llouso
All In Family
Crosnwlta
UASIflp.
Everyday
ContM.
Nows
Cont'd.
Prlco Is ,
ContM,
ffl.OOO.OOO
Man
«I«hT
Cover to Cover
Ffoostylo
Ovor Kaay
Survival Kit
Ho/iiimo Street
ContM,
Mr, noj(ora
lOlcotrlc Co.
Cont'd,
ContM.
Popoyo
Itanany Spllta
Supoffltars
Lonvo to llonvor
Part.  Faml
Mjui.n.x y^	
TliTTao Dough
Match (lamo
Jonnnlo
All My Children
ContM.
Vancouver
ContM.
Pnfly Gomo ,
Golnif Places
Nowa
Cartoons
fy
Kunornma
filllliinna   Island
My "  °»—      r
1 U
Nuwa
ConlM.
• Mory-T.-Mooro^
Huaoh  For Top
"W.'iau».
M,A,S,H.
Hupor Hpoolal
ContM.
10:00
•10:30
lllOO
11130
l^Jowa Mag,
Man .Allv*
National Nowa
Nlflht Final
ContM,
■"Cont'd.
Football: «   '
Teams T.B.A,
"ConfMr
Cont'd,
ContM,
Cont'd,
llonkora
Hollywood
Nowa
fi. Holmai
ContM,
Cont'd,
..Soattlo-— *■•»—
Hollywood__flqs.
~Littlo""lioH»4
on the Prairlo
Movie:
T.ll.A.
ContM,       »f
Cont'd,       :
Chopper Sntiad
Cont'd,
"T.iiX"^    ~"
T,B,A.
News
TonlKlit Show
Llttlo  IIouho
on the Prairlo
Hupnr Snoulul
ContM.
Cont'd.
Mary T. Mooro
Newlywed Game
Jokers Wild
""T,Ti','A7
T.Il.A,
T.ll.A.
T.B.A.
Newa ,
ContM.
orand -Country
The  Walton* __
CoiiTM,'"", '
Opor.  Petticoat
Vogaf
ContM,
T.ll.A.
T.IVA.
Nowa
ContM,
v
T.H.A.
T.B.A.
Newa
Late ,Mnvlo
Lou Orniit
ContMi
Newa
ContM.
 _r__
OrowlnB Yoars
Dlok Cavett
"•Now*1";-	
Nowaworlil
"Fni'nif"Kalj(ior
'Cont'd,
10 Who Dared
ContM.
3 Bona
Love Lucy
ftrady liunch       Andy Orlfflth
lM[ovio:TlMl,/C^
Cont'd,
ContM,
Lowall  Thomaa
My 3 .Bona
Ho/rnn'sllorOM
Hob Nuwlinrt
Wv|«r"T,ir.A.
ContM,
Cont'd,     •
ContM.   •
Love Rxpertn
Odd Couple ,
(long, flhow ,
Oonii Show
Joker'a Wild    "
.?.'.'!U.^.2!5P5DX	
■"NTwiywcifllaino*
Morv Orlffln
ContM.
ContM.
llnttlo Planotn
Port.  Family
Patll,   Junction
Carol iiurnelt"'
llob Nowhart
Vancouver    *'
Cont'd,	
"Cont'dT
ContM.
Movlei T.I1.A.
Cont'd.
I
I
llrllaln'a
Flnoat Houra
Lova KxporU
Lato Movia       .A
i«wniM|M<>aMMMiMi|i*n«M«n
"ConPIir^
ContM.
Sporla PaKo
CnntM      i
/"
■■.ysxyrs"!,"
AV'*:,Hfc'..
'!\+;r
*\"
\
msr
l5l30
liOO
ll30
lido"
3130
3:00
3:30
4|30
8100
»t30>
"im"
A|30
7|00
TjiTlJft.,
CHANNBL 8
riwll»!«r
Hoaroh for Tom.
Hob, MuLohi)
ICiIko of NIkHT
Tako 30
(Jolebrjt^ iCooka
CHANNBLA
All Mv Ci.ii.lron
Cont'd,
Ona Llfo
to Llvo
(Jimrllo  Chaplin
Poiifltl  Ilox
(loodldi
..A!.l.J5.,.ff*™.!l>;	
"'Nowi "~~!        '"
ContM,
fleiieral
Hoapital
ICdKO nf NlK'it
lloomarantr
CHANNBL B
Hollywood  S(|b;.
Dayi of
Our Liva*  ,
Tiie Uo^ora
CHANNIL *    CHANNIL 7    CHANNBL A   . .CHANNBL t   CHANNBL 111   CHANNIL113 "    CHA^NBU H '
IS. I""        Urn.."..     •       ^UmLum '"'"'''■'■" '    '  U  '   ' I"1   " " I' '         M...,.    "'   "  ' K'l  "" i".'.' 11 ^m All   ' M'.." ^,. I ■rf.^
"Xiiotiror
.World
Movlo:
Cont'd.
Tlewa
Ida Clarlaon
Maroiu
Walbj- ,
T.ll.A.
10,000,000
Nawa
Cont'd.
Cont'd;
Cont'd,
■mM^^^S^SSl
tlmodt.
1dm"
10)30
11)00
jiuo
none fiimapd
,4'a.CpmBany
ContM. j
Inyoiut   Keaton
nllnnnl Nawa
Night Final
't
LavJ«t Bhfrioy
r* Company
JTaxI ^
fit nriky     ■
A Hutoh
N«wa
Lato Movie
Cont'dJ    ,
Carol Dumatt
Newt
Cont'd.
Saattla        ,■•
Nnmo Tuna
~<5Kii, 8c\\oc\.
T.ILA, i
Tako 30       '
Celebrity Cooka
rlBionlo: ~**1
Wojnan
hanford
Newa
ContM,
JBtaraky'
Ilutoh
A Ban
arandpa Oo«a
IP Wn.
ftUvia: T.H.A.
Conl'il. i
"Sont'dh,
Cont'd, |
AuM.Uy.~t
Hone Blmard
fttii ltatale
TTowa
Aa tho \
World Turn*    x
(luldlng Ll|ht
ConM
M.A.S.tl.
Dinah
ContM.,
Nawa
ContM.
■-jj—	
Mary T, Mooro.
Nawlywad-Oam*
T.n.A,
M*vl«t  T.B.Ar
«ontM.
1
owa
ovle:
Cont'd.
ContM.
T.H.A.
Hi
Another
Cont'd,
Alan Hamel
Cont'd1..
Trice |»
_A,i
Man
ooo
xpiorora
toomnaitlcf
Meanuro  up
 ie  WoHh	
"Woild  T»pfnniniT"filoif(i)a
Amorlcan
Over Kaay
Survival
rrrfle(i«mo Striio!
ConlM.
Mr, Hotfera ,.
BlectrlcT Co,*
Cont'd,
Ilayonil Reaton
Newa
Cont'd,
ContM,
ContM,
l.a^e Movlo
TCwa Tfluo WarbTa
J^J1 (li',, J^y ' lln9    Ncwamnk a ra _!_
'"  •"   ^lijkton      donfM,
2 llonnlea
'fkiCKk
Now*
Adam-ir ,
Movlo: T.ri.A,
ContM,
"ft'oTiT'iir   ~~t
Cont'd,
Popoyo
llanana  Hpllta
ttpePBRrii'
ioavo to llonvor
I Lovo Luoy
Part,  Family
br. In Ilouao
All In Fomili*
Croaawlta
_M.A.B,a,
""BaViTiii Game™
Tlo 'llio Ooiiflh
Match   (Jnimi
Jaannla
(llllltfanfa7 inland
My ,1 Sona   >
tJr.ove Lucy
All My Chlidruh
Cont'd. r
Vancouver
ContM.
""ContM;'       ~~~'
cont'd.
Newa
Carloona
OB'
imfotrrw-rtwraH
JOkepa. Wild"
TiflFfloWnndtr
Part,  Family
Petti, Junction
Hollywood R^
l^T^CZ^^^'-iM p^mi^^t
ti) Wa'aii
ln-B«(ln
Taxi
Hob Newhart On, tlio '
Qulnoy
Cont'd,
Nowa
Cont'd,
m
Cont'd,
-■OontMrfA"-«-■
Cont'd, ™
"iNowa"".
Lova Kitperta
Odd Couple   ,
Oonf Bhow
 nuaaa	
. .   .,w»«M)l*fm<rp
Morv Orlffln
OontMr-i*—"--»p-— >
ContM,
IfrTtainT
jfikW-'
»j_
Flneal Hours
Lovo KxperU
Lato Movlo
I.
eowvo:
_ContM; i
I.avarne. flhlrloy
M<rvi«VT,B,A, •'
Cont'd,
ContM,
P««o
fcont
mmmmmm^
\
T
"TT
' »p
Date Pad
Nov, 1 — Proachorfl Library & Storytlrn*, Wllaon Crook Community Hall,
11:30 ami,
Nov, 1 — Dancing, Sr, CllUona Hall, Sosholt, 1 ;30 pm.
Nov. 1 —'Carpet Bowling, Harmony Hall, 1 pm,
Nov. I — Socholt Garden Club Monthly Mooting, St, Hilda'* Hall, 7:30 pm.
„CarmonGra»»lowlllglvaa talk on flovvor arrangomonta, ■   *1*^'
Nov, 2 ~ Alcbhollca Anonymoua M«|«tlng,'WII»on Crook Comm, Hall, 0t36
pm, For Info call 005-2096 or 005-3394.
Nov. 2 —-Alaloop Mooting, Unltorfchurch Hall, Gibsons, 7 pm,
**Nov,2t-Wonlorn WolghtControlloriM««»tllig,JOam, «v«iryon« welcome,-.<-
lor roglslratlon, 005-9306.
Nov. 2 — Dingo, Harmony Hall, 0 pm,
Nov, 3 -•- Gibsons H6»p. Aux, Aloha Duffot, Gibsons Unllod Church Hall,,,
• 11:30 am-2pm.,$3.75
Nov, 4 —Roborls Crook Hosp Aux. Coffoo parly & Bazaar, Roborls Crook
Comm Hall, 2-4 pm. SOc
Nov, 4 — Holy Family Fall Bazaar« Rafflo, Sr Clllzons Hall, Socholi, 2-4 pm.
75c •
Nov, 4 ■— St Bartholomew's WA Fall Bazaar & T«a, Gibsons Loglon, 2-4 pm,
75c  .,  ,,.,        m
Nov. 6 ■— Carpot Bowling, Sr Citizens Hall, Socholt, 1130 pm.
Nov, 6 ~ Now Horizons Club, Robts Ctwfh Community Hall, 1:30 pm,
' Carpot Bowling, (Whlst, Bfldgo ole. ,
Nov,'7 ~ Duplltato Bridgo Taurnamonl, Golf Courso, 7;30 pm, For Info call
006-2578,  '
Nov. 13 — Roborls Crook Hosp, Aux, Mooting, St. Aldan's Hall, 11 am,
Nov, 14 — St John's Unllod Church Wpmon Fall Bazaar & Toa, WH»on Ck
Comm Hall, 2-4 pm, 75c, ' '
Nov, 10 — Craft Fair, Robts Ck Comm Hall, 11 am-3 pm, Crofts, Whlttf
' Elephant Salo,
N0Vi:21 — Sunshlnn Coast Arts Council Mooting, Socholt Elomonfary main
bldg (Mr, Llzoo's room), 7i36 pm, Evoryono wolcomo,
EVERY SATURDAY — Do you haro oxtra froth vogotcfblos, homo baking pr
;        prnsorvoi thai you would llko lo soil? Wo would llko fo cohtrlbuto our
^'/•7'v,X;r,J.T»;.»   .Tory,Saturday,, flH-^^«''-' ,'«Jto\^"" PoUv nl Pft^
idnglo, Socholi, 005'3(rif,, ^;     '     '  '  '^\' ,    :•    ''     , 7.
US8 THIS -SPAClJ TO>ROMOTl YOU* ORGANIZATION* §V(|N«..,    .
;'    IT'S FRIB. CAU 168-3231,
■cm
fc.-.' ,-ltJt..    ..
■ "'i**^<'<
. „■-.   I  -• ;
)
-4"'
l**Wl»Wi<i<"l-i
\
it »«*» #i    HWH^Jsn o*f( *
1***   ™*»t   m-i-l.    ■•    *     .      *M1     «-  ft*
r
s   .,
'. '^
*1~-* -*■ it '
,*,    ,. A    .„<*,„,    ,..„     ,
l.t ■[ \ ���',  T~"7j'A���r:  ~i���-*-* -\-  \ \  I !  A,  ���''    i  (A  i.u i\  h l  I /  ll I  -_  l��  i...v:  S/DE GLANCES  One man's garbage  by George Campbell  PageA^8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 1,1978 '  Info collected for waste forum  I recently wrote a column on the difficulties Ihad in persuading my son to take  out that trash. That particular column  promopted ^some rather interesting  remarks ... like the���one I got from my  son,;"'Dad, please don't write anything  moj-e about me. I'm sick of people stop-  _pirigjne_oiiahe.streeUo-ask-i��-ILveJtaken--  _out the^rbage."  rdon't remember taking out the garbage being such a hassle when I was a kid,  but then I was brought up during the  thirties and we probably ate most of ours.  I DO remember that we had a garbage  CAN, whieh" to a thirteen year old boy  made a lot more sense than these plastic  bags we have today. I mean, how can you  make a shield for sword fighting out of the  lid of a plastic bag?  I also remember walking down the lane  and\looking through the neighbors' gar-  for "treasures". Treasures like  _;��-sizgd Pacific and Carnation,  milk cans. You" put the can on a cement  sidewalk and pounded the instep of your  -foot down on it until the edge of the can  turned- inwards and clamped on to your  boot. With one of those cans clamped on to  each foot you could clump down a cement  jsidewalk or a tar road and make__like_the  milkman's horse.  Another thing we used to look for in  those garbage cans, was-wheels. Three  feet of building lath with another piece  nailed across one end to make a'T' was an  ideal wheel pusher. You rolled the whe��l  down- the lath'to get it moving,! then you.;  3kept: itlgwniZI^Zpushing! it with the^: |  crosspiece. I bet J ran 100 miles playing  with a wheel and a stick like that when I  jvas akid. _ __  "if you were lucky enough to find two  Wheels joined together by an axle, why you  were 'just the richest kid on the block,  that's all!  ' You could build a push-cart or else join  up with another kid who had two wheels  " and make a "bug". (We didn't call them  go-carts, or coasters, in those days. They  were "bugs").  We would spend two days scrounging  boards, nails, rope, and maybe even a  v steering wheel from a wrecked car. Then  after a great deal of sweat, determination,  and plain old nail pounding, we would have  a semi-mobile device that looked like a  _xefugeiromA4unk man's jughtmareJM  that used to wander down the lane looking  through the garbage would one day end up  writinglt?*  I think I'll go out and look through the  trash bin.  A great deal of information is being  collected and reproduced for the Community Forum. This is being gathered  from the Vancouver Public Library, and  by means of letters. We are conducting a  weekly phone survey to tell people about  the Forum and sample opinions. Last  week we asked how you dispose of waste  paper and newspapers. 45 per cent putjtjn,  the garbage for pick-up, 55 per cent either  burnt it, used it for compost of recycled it.  We will have representative of the  Pollution Control Board on our panel  discussion. George Gibb Regional Board  Director and Brett-McGillivray ivill also  be panel members. Don Lockstead,  M.L.A. and Jack Pearsall, M.P. have  accepted our invitation to attend the  Forum. So make sure you attend on  December 3rd at Elphinstone Secondary.  B.C. has Canada's highest provincial  per capita consumption of alcohol.     ���' .  @  Pltch-ln*lB  .  Km? Britl/h Columbia Beautiful  ��  J .1  Our Winter Tire Sale  continues at...  vllna 9 AL I lliL*)  1 mile West of Gibsons, Highway 101  886-2700  not to us. To us it looked sleeker than a  $20,0p0 Alfa Romeo.   : .    ^y;  There would always be a big argument'/'  about who would get to take her down the  -hill���firstr-but���it^d  because the thing would come apart in a  dozen places on the first run. We spent  more time fixin\ than coastin', but boy,.it  sure was fun.   .',���'_  Bottles and light bults were taken,out of  garbage cans and put on stumps in vacant  lots for target practice. There wasn't a kid  in my block who couldn't knock the eye out  of a, rat at 20 paces! (At least according to  -the-kidrhe~couldr)���^������        '.'���������  :��tfr,  y: t  ..... ���.  , a.  iK.'.,f  Yes, those were the days when garbage  had some real substance to it. Who would  have thought that the scrawny little kid  Elphie news  On October 23, 450 students from the  Sunshinq Coast, of which 27 were from  Elphinstone, went to the Tutekhamen  exhibition in Seattle. The exhibition was  described as spectacular! Enlarged  photographs of the tomb covered the walls  surrounding the display, making it seem  as if you were really in the digging site.  The artifacts on display were mind  boding In the delicacy and stylo of the art  work. Everyone felt the long trip was well  worth It. : ,  Tho plphlnstgne students and those  -from-Glbsons_Elomentar-jt-staycd-ln-a-  hotel called the Mayflower. Tho next  morning tho buses were somehow mixed  up and the Elphinstone students ended up  going to tho zoo Instead of tho Boeing Jot  Company plant. Tho trip was a great  success. ��� Michael Duteau.  Christian Science  ���   ii  "Take us the foxes', tho llttlo foxes that  spoil tho vines." (Song of Sol: 2:15).  ,,,Uow easily llttlo wrongs can trip ua up...  "Seeing that wo hnvo to attain to tho  ministry of rlghtcoysness In nil things, wo  must not overlook stnall things ln goodness  or In badness, for 'trifles mnko perfection',  and 'the llttlo foxes..'.rfpoll Uio vinos.' "  (Mlscollaily by Mary linker Eddy, pg.  123).       /  ELECTROLUX  . ��� i,   '  Wishes   to   announce  for " the  bonoflt   of   our   Powoll   Rlvor,  Sunshlno Coast customers, the  ripening of a    ���','������  SftliS&OTIpE OFFICE  at  ��� 4430 Wfestview Aver  mmrm"  Wo nuofi ��(llt>* and iorvko poopta to  L *tnfl1(1 OW Mot!, ExMlont pof I or lull tlmo  .Incomo nvnllnblo jvllh ihu wollknown  Canodlort company,      /  PHONE 485-2693  a new name  worth remember ing  ,s  *v***MU*#M*&l**!i~S^n.-WKp  n��ww"��^"  I ��� flVWVvlA> ��i��^ . ���V^"-<  *r  Suncoast  Highway  \.'}  SecKelt^BwC.  Phone 885-5111  1979 Chrysler Cordoba  Chrysler Canada Ltd. is pleased;to welcome  W. (Bill) Van Westen and his wjfe, Sharcm Vaii  Westen to^he-i-iottonwidb heW^rkr^-Chrysler  dealers.serving Canada from; coastto cbastr-Bill-���  serving  Van Westen will be serving you in the capacity of  President of Suncoast Chrysler Ltd., Sharon Van  Westen as secretary/treasurer of the company.  Bill Van Westen brings 10 years experience in  the automotive industry to this dealership,  experience we believe will enable him to offer  the service you've come to expect from Chrysler  ~^lerand~��eT^t^erotlet5rtTra  101, 1 block south of the main intersection just  beside St. Mary's Hospital, this dealership  features a 2-car showroom and a 10-car service  department for your convenience.  Naturally, you'll find everything here to SMII  your transportation needs. From the economical  Plymouth Colt hatchback to the full-size luxury of  the Chrysler New Yorker Fifth Avenue. Test  drive the exciting Chrysler LeBaron and Dodge  Diplomat, the very pe#K>nal Chrysler Cordoba1  and'sporty Dodge MagntimXS.Ask about the  Dodge Omni 024 and the new Plymouth Horizon  TC3 coming soon I And by all means check out  the popular Plymouth Volare, the cnolce of more  and more Canadians. See the great range of  Dodge pick-up trucks, too. [  1979 Dodge Aspen  il:..yyi.^yy:.  ~1979~Clirys1er  New Yorker  ���S5**  1979 Dodge D-100  1979 Plymouth Caravelle  Salon 4-door  Ask about the smoother performance of Chrysler  Canada' computer controlled engine.  ftfe  L��rlHY3LfcH  CANADA LTD.  ,\ '.. ,;,  ���.     ;  Your Plymouth dealer has  the right car to buy or lease!  CHRYSLER  SALES/SERVICE  CHRYSLER  SALES/SERVICE  I   "  "tHrtT'ti*mMC"  is pleased to announce that  SUNNYCREST ESSO in GIBSONS  is their agent for Car & Truck Sales.  See Jim YOUNG for your automotive needs.  or 885-51IT  V ��� .,. .    .. %_iW%_W%_W      ... %mW ifli   mmmm. ^ Mm  : 7; v ^^^^mrrr^T  *>*\m��  > JhL'..-.i.u#Vi.'-..'ll.".M.l  ,.   Atlli       "-      ���   ..  .���Afil  ��� -W1.I ,  ti ^wMMHUtt    #**  Itr-M mt  HL  h  \  I        I ���%  ���J  y^t  . '      '  '  ������ . i        ���     i . i  ��� ii   i ��� ' ,  " "S  The PENiNSULA^Tkfle*  Section B ,   Wednesday, November 1,1978 -   Pages 1-8.  Wednesday, November 1,1978  la   \  Wilson Creek family daycare to end Nov. 3  Joint use  -j���  set  Community projects in Pender Harbour, Langdale, Roberts Creek and  possibly Wilson Creek were chosen as 1979  funding priorities by the joint use com-,  mittee of the regional (Jistridrand school  board Wednesday.  However, the committee felt, the  recommendations for allocation of its  $75,000 budget were tentative pending the  outcome of both regioija.1 district elections  and recreation referendum in November.  "We're really sitting in limbo now til  after the referendum and elections,"  Regional District Chairman Harry  Almond told the meeting.  The committee, formed to avoid  duplication in spending of regional district  and school board tax dollars- on public  recreation facil|1ties.,__.xecamniended-  completioh of kitchen facilities at Pender  Harbour School, expansion of Langdale  School's gymnasium, construction of a  community half in Roberts Creek, and  possibly a hall in Wilson Creek as its  -priorities-  education co-ordinator Karin Hoemberg  said the Langdale Gym is less used this  year than last. Community feeling seems  to be that the installation of showers in the  gym, only improved use for outdoor sports  groups, she said. '"-���. _  She favored,the Roberts Creek community hall, project*,, and said the gym  there is filled to capacity eyery night of the  week. ; '  "It seems to me Roberts Creek is the  only area where the people-will work to  establish a better facility- for adults.!.To  me there is a strong community feeling in  Roberts Creek.  Depending upon the referendum outcome, we can really see what that is."  ^ Area F regional director Bernie  JVtulligan.counteredthatthe Langdale gym  was no use to anyone at its present size". He  added that the school principal had also  nixed several evening activities at the  gym.  Hoemberg said the difference between  Langdale and Roberts Creek was that "the  Part of the group's problem is making  ��� long term plans for funds that may only be  spent at a rate of one mill per year.  However, Almond suggested that the  eommittetHft^  "ijoffiwinjpor-the"capitalexpenditures and  repaying them in yearly installments.  The Pender Harbour kitchen is  estimated to cost $5,000, while Langdale's  gym expansion is estimated to Cost between $40,000 and $70,000 depending upon  Hsizefand no estimates were made for-the  Roberts Creek hail. ;       -  Almond told the group, allocations  should be based upon concrete evidence of  need in the community. Continuing  people never seem to use the gym for  social adult ^^^^  its size."  She said Langdale people tended to use'  Denley suggested the board follow closely  -a jointrregional district and school board.  expenditure towards Bowen Island's  community Hall. There the community  "spent $180,000 for an addition onto the  school building.       '  : ~ He"said'it~would aid^deeision making  f6r the Wilson Creek project.  Daycare, for 20 children provided  tlirdugh the Wilson Creek FamUy Daycare  project will be discontinued November 3,  co-ordinator Sharon Craig announced last  week.  Notification of the closure was given'  following rejection of the group's application for funding through the Human  Resources Department.  "There's been some angry reactions,"  said Craig, but she could nofsay whether  -the-group-would "reapply for funds next'  year.  However, the local Human Resources  -office-will- attempt-to -fill -the-gap,���by-  continuing to subsidize daycare for'  families with daycare arrangements. It  will also attempt to locate workers for"  families who need them.  Fred Taylor, District supervisor of the  local human, resources office, said "It's  (Family Daycare Service) a very*  sophisticated service. There's no doubt in  my mind they've provided a needed  service to the community."  Taylor said the service a�� provided by  the Human Resources office will probably  mean families may have to find their own  daycare, or possibly be put on a waiting  list.  The Wilson Creek Community  Association daycare operated under a  Canada Works grant for the past year had  not only supplied and matched families  with-care workers, but screened the  workers, provided library facilities,  Navy League  .counselling,   training,  assessment  ahd  referrals. *  Taylor said all families are eligible for  a human resource department funded  subsidy. However the amount varies  according to income.  Taylor said he was also aware there  had been a misunderstanding between the  Family Daycare Service and human  resources regional manager Sid Abma.  Craig said the service: has been assured  that if it established itself, funding-would'  be forthcoming, after the Canada Works  Grant_expired._ "   However, after almost one year of  operation, Abma told the group no money  had been provided in this year's budget for  any daycare facilities on the Sunshine  Coast.  . Most of the activity of the Family  Daycare Service has been in the lower  part of the peninsula, but the group had  plans to extend its service to the entire  coast, including 50 children in the Sechelt  Indian. Band.  The" group also planned development  of resource tiles for workers to upgrade  their knowledge, library expansion and cooperative purchasing of art supplies,  development of a cassette library of  children's music and investigation of  liability insurance for daycare^ workers.  Our Winter Tire Sale  continues at...  COASTAL TIRES  1 mile West of Gibsons, Highway 101  886-2700  wins $1  ill  The Council of Marine Carriers in  Vancouver have awarded the Sunshine  Coast branch of the Navy League of  Canada with top prize in competitions on  swimming and survival.  The $1000 cash prize will go toward the  purchase ofasailboat for the local corps.  Vacancies still exist for boys and girls  13-19 wishing to join^t3hejiayyiJieagtte._Ihe_  /j^oup meets^ 7  Ken's Lucky Dollar in Gibsons.  't  SEAVIEW PLACE. GIBSONS  DOLLAR DAYS  October 30th thru November 4th  Buy Your 1st 5 oz. $3.39 Feature Steak Dinner  and Get Your 2nd  5 ozr Steak Dinner for $1.00  ^^^No?r6tli^^  DOLLAR DAYS CONTINUES  Buy Your 1st "MIKEBURGER" a $1.79, Get Your 2nd for $1.00  <T~  group attends  CRTC hearings  Last Wednesday, October 25 we went to  Radio-Televte  ',. the.jCanadian-  Telecommunications Commission  Hearings to gain firsthand knowledge on  license renewals in the Canadian broadcasting system. Also we met with Com-  ��� missioner. Mrs. Pat Pearce and Barry  Grainger of the CRTC's Broadcast  Programme Directorate concerning the  briefs which we went in an which we did  not present formally to the whole Com-  ���missiori-because-Coast-cable!s_Licence_  renewal was a "non-appearing" item. We  took with us a tape of the herbicide Forum,,  held earlier this year edited to give the  Commission  an. understanding  of  the  . research done by1 students and the community response. The session we attended  considered a presentation by White Rock  Cable Company about their Community  .Channel - they had been reprimanded last  year for not doing enough community  productions.  A brief was presented by Vancouver"  f Cable to add to the distribution of its Pay-  TV scrVlcc to downtown hotels. Delta  Cable applied for an extra N.S, station,  Channel 11 which would given them a Jotal  of six American Stations.  In the spring wo plan to have a Forum  on Community Television for tlio Sunshine '  Coast. Wo hopo to present this in thd style  of a Hearing arid hopefully will have, a  ~ncmimTlBSlonori)Trtho-panclr���������:���;  WEEKLY PHONE SURVEY  Owing to the pressure of school field  trips - somo of tho class spent two days in  Seattle and tho others a day In Vancouver,  tho phono survey only covered 40 homos  Instead of the usual 100. Tho question this  week was, do you put organic or kitchen  waste In tho garbage or on tho compost - of  tho forty * ill put thclj; kitchen waste in tho  garbage, 12 on tho compost heap, 1 in tho  sowor, I recycled part to tho chickens ahd  thodog, uovon woro not at homo and ono  hung up on us, Ono person reported difficulty composting during tho bear season.  DONATION  We gratefully acknowledge n donation  of $100 from tho Regional District to holp  with costs of reseqrph and nil, Materials  for'tho Decombo(' 3 Forunii^on waste  disposal. ��� Bill Hume, Steven Hipper,  Army cadets  need recruits  The fourth in a series bf MB.reports:  "t v "  -   **   J,    \    f "   ��  (Wk<     ''fho Royal Canadian Army Cadets will   '  ',.,.,.7,...'.     pnnulo Thursdays 0 to.O p.m.,; from Sep*  tember to Mny, for training In sonrch nn)l  rescue,   first  aid,  map   uslnf?,   communications,,   water  jsnffity    and  I ,   ���   ,    marksmanship.  j^��^.^^,^t,iljiiU��;fiakidiiftalowid,fcmaloaatjed 13Ui .  .:v��;*:j:^,i#h^^ ivk....  ���     Summdrfield, 005-21(10 or T. Goddard, 00(1-  2050tor further'Information, or roport to  ,.   recruiting parade November 2 between fl  ," nnd fl p.m. at tho Jack Mayno Auditorium  ,      ��� .' Of tllO Sccliolt,U0il!i?n���^^.|.;^,',.:p-;�����tv'',p'��'.,'!''���"'���������������  I  pod jobs &good times,  The forests were  The best of both worlds:  the forest.  The forests are British Colum-  ', ... * '.<,.������ ���  bia's most important source of  jobs. But they're also a great  natural playground���made to  order for camping, hiking, boating, nature study or just unwinding. At MacMillan Bloedel,  ���We're managinjs^the foresLjAdtbL  or seeding. In a few years' time,  a healthy young forest will be  growing there. It may not be  ready to harvest in.your lifetime,  but while it's maturing it will be  ready to receive visitors.  Welcorhe to the woods.  The new forest soon becomes a  home for animals���and a haven  for people. In all our logging  divisions, MacMillan Bloedel  keeps roads Qpen to the* ftubli c  both heeds in mind.  The reneiwable Wsburce.  i T '" '' ''  We know hpw you feel when you  see a newly harvested area. It's  not a pretty sight���but it will be  beautiful again before many  yea'JFS. What you're looking at is  just one phase in the life cycle  of a forest crop. '''',* ���'', ,'). ,,'''.  In a world of dwindling natural  resources, you may be glad to  know there's one that's i;ene^able.  Trees:  '      ''  Qurnum  '���/'"We farm trees just like tiny other     paftnership4hat hjeans good  ll I *' r ' \t ' ' '      ' iV      ill ' ^*p ^^-  croptRight after tine harvest; We ' jobs ajid good tittles for  p^pare the land for replanting     generation^ to come.     I  "       x ��� ' MacMillan liloedel  ��� .I-     i ' >  except when safety consiclera-  tions intervene. You're welcome  to visit almost any time.  40y$ars\of ���,:���' / <  environmental concern.  At MacMillan Bloedel, we \yere  concerned about the environ^  ment lpng before it became  fashionable. And we've been  doing something about i(t. Our  reforestation program has continued since 1938. In that time-  we'vb,planted more than 100  million trees in B.C.; to give a  helping htihd- 46^ nature. It's a  ''X'l7  i- <atom i^V"    JW *.���^��.* *    ��*    .        tlp*m,.     **..!      ��*    %~       I i       *      <   % *     ,    A   -t is    ' i ^*        *       ..    .. m ^,        ,. ^ *.^..,t^     r * ��'   m*^    "W*  ����^w�����w.^l.^��,-^*wVww!f9a()fl  t.. ., \ iii' ,' '"     ,|"1"' "  ""'bWA. ,' 'i  l.".��'l1-irilLi1il*(tai;.iw�� �������,,*,  * 'Iii' ...  ."'ii  -nrt't-r  -rj  iifit(i^.mi^;$>Mii4-pttbtii?^ *fl.j��v  .jfc,-w^^t'^|p--..;(^*4.wv|p('��!nwi-M.i'ihp-'pW^^^  ,,���,.,   ,     i      ,, _((      .,     ( f i ^  ,V   -<,-���  ,1    1,1,  ��,���M��:,fc-,�����,...,l,,_.  ;.i -  Ml.,,  /   '"'  tk, ft-'y :l"*1l*��j^t.1,;,i|f",   ���  i^'t  x -H���-4  :%-."  Want Ads  PHONE  885-3231  ^  Page B-2     The Peninsula Times       Wed, Nov 1, lj)78  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Help Wanted  For Rent  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  forWestpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Es"tabTTihecTT963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion ..." $2.15  Three Insertions $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)   60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch' (  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7,00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  ~afteT~that7~'Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  . .take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must belaid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local. Are a $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .... $8.00 yr.  U.S.A ? $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.,  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Single Copies    ..... . 15c ea.  !!HELP GREENPEACE  Help!! Sellers urgently  needfed for the Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Majke  money! Save*:life! !!lm:  portant Notice!! During the  -mail-sttike-Greenpeace-^Go-  Any where' lottery tickets will  be distributed by Greenpeace  Volunteers. The number to call  in this area is: 898-5851 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 736-  0321. "    4921-tfn  MADEIRA PARK:  1 bdrm.  furn.  house, with carpet,'  fireplace. 294-0391 or 432-3694.  ...         -410849  ROOM & boardjor 2 p_en-_  ���'sionersof working men. 885-  5424. 4107-49  Work Wanted  Announcements   .   _  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  ���MeetingT-every-Thurs.-r8i30-  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  Personal  THE DATE of your life is in  -our-computerV-memory-  banks. Opening Monday, Nov.  6.jOur space-age process wUl  unearth the right match to  ���.���������,,,,��� T . ��� . . your aspirations, motivations  CATERING: -Let Roberts and tastes. No personal in-  Creek Hospital Auxiliary terview. Write: Date-World,  take care of your next social Suite 300B, 885 Dunsmuir St.,  event. Quotations and menus Vancouver V6C 1N7. Phone  for private parttes or larger   688-5444.   - 4180^49  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types' of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors* Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.  Concrete leakage problems.  Seepage or high pressure  leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates.  885-2125  after 7 p.m.   Box-1341-Sechelt   REMBRANDT HOTEL,.  Downtown^ Vancouver, Hi-  rise, modern; 200 rooms, full  kitchens, all facilities, close to  everything, tremendous  views, reasonable, Family,  weekly and monthly rates.  For details: 1160 Davie Street.  Tel: 685-1311. 4170-49  GIBSONS 3 bdrm suite. Avail  immed., $200 per mo. "581-  0024. 4187-51  SUNNY,  modern  3  bdrm  house, full bsmt, FP, carpets,  drapes,  fenced  yard.  West Sechelt. $350 per mo. 885- ~  9333.    * 4191-51  Cars and Trucks  ���66- VOLKSWAGEN Van.  ��� Excellent running order,  $650.886-9427 aft. 6 p.m. 4119-  49 -       '  -L-&-M���Radiators^���1449-  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 986-  5334, Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can be arranged. Call  now for fast, economical _  service. 4024-tfn"  '71  ROADRUNNER.  High  performance  383   eng.,   4  spd., exc. con<U85-3466 aft. 6.  i * 4125-50  '73 DATSUN 610.48,000 miles.,  $1,000 obo. 883-2247.   4132-50  *72 DODGE COLT. Automatic,  good tires, clean, $950. 885-  9027. .  4144-50  '74 ECONOLINE   van  club  wagon, ps, pb, auto., $3,400  obo. 886-9288. .-4145^0  For Sale  For Sale  Legal Notices  4$  MACLEODS  SECHELT       _J  Hot Point  NORTHERN      Heatliner*  fireplace. Heats your home  with fresh air from outside.  33", $340. Also  size. 885-2615.  have larger  - 4137-50"  Washer Sale  2 models:  $404.57 white  $434.57 white  $10 extra  with color  Dryers to Match  $274.57 white  $294.57 white  Phone 885-2171  4154-48  SEWING MACHINE  REPAIRS  " OverhaultTuneups,  Chemical Wash, Parts for  all makes  All Work Guaranteed  21 Years Experience  , Phone Steve at  885-2691  . 4150-tfn  4437-tfn  events from Mrs. Raines, 885-  3457 or Mrs. Ironside, 885-92867    u^i- ��Ai-��w**J#r  4086:49   Help Wanted  EVERGREEN  LANDSCAPING  Complete landscaping service. Reg. sch. lawn & garden  care. Don't do it twice..; Call  iis first, ;���  EreeJEstiiaiates _  885-5033  4986-tfn  Coming Events'   '  PENHER      HARBOUR  Community Dance Band  (Harbour Lights) requires  J&ad__alto__jsa:x__player^.  Rehearsals Sun. night.  Transportation from; Gibsons-  Sechelt area can be arranged.��  Any other horn players on  Peninsula welcome* 886-2555  or 883-9211. 407649  Obituary  ROUSE:  Passed-  TEXj^miETJR^ED"~ reporter  . Wanted. Must have car.  Start" immediately, salary  negotiable. Write or phone  Editor,.-Quesnel Cariboo-  Observer, Box 4460, Quesnel,  -BTCrPhone 992-212L���417649^jouRNEYMAN  ^rway October 26, 1978, ^ John  Fredrick Rouse, late of  Madeira Park, aged 75 years.  Survived by 1 son Laurence, 3  daughters, Leona; Gladys and  Kathleen; 11 grandchildren; 2  sisters, Martha and Amines.  Graveside services were held  Monday, October 30 ,at Forest  View Cemetery, Pender  Harbour, Pastor F. Napora  officiated.  Devlin  Funeral  OPPORTUNITY!^ ^youTafe;  ah aggressive; self-  motivated person, who likes  the outdoors and would  considerlimited travel, able  to handle arid pay the price for  above average Income, -call  General Manager, 374-5373,  Kamloops, B.C.  FUEEYQUAEIFIED-~  ELECTRICIAN  Free Estimates  886-2546 v  ���-�������� 4p60-tfn;  SHipwrighr  seeks __work. Exp. in all  aspects boatbuilding; house  carpentry & cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job, call Allan May, 885-5765.  4578-tf  1' BDRM   apartments   in  Sechelt.   Fridge   &  stove  included.  $175 - $245.  Call  Bonnie. 885-5523. 4196-tf  SECHELT: 3 bdrm home, (4th  in full bsmt) $375.  SECHELT: 2 bdrm non-bsmt,  $225.  REDROOFFS- RD.;  2 bdrm  non bsmt, $250.  .- Availablenow.  ^~���-���References��������� ������  Motorcycles  74 YAMAHA 75 cc, $350. 886-  9427 aft! 6 p.m.*        412049  Boats and Engines  26 FT. REINELL saUboat. 3  sails,    trailer,    15    hp  Evinrude. $9,900. 886-9984  4967-tfn  WINCHESTER 12 ga.  shotguns. 3" magnum, 30"  barrel, full choke, slide action,  reg. $219.95, now $139.95. Link  Hardware, Sunnycrest  Centre, Gibsons.     -    411649  2 HP TILLERS, reg. $189.95,  now  $149.95.   Link   Hardware,  Sunnycrest  Centre,  Gibsons.   -    ��� 411749  GORDON AGENCIES  885-2013  ^���885-9365 eves..  418649  Real Estate^  HEADWATERMARINALTD  Good winter moorage  .1.25 per foot-  20 tori marine ways  DRYLAND STORAGE  Down Narrows Rd.  ���KVrRENTAtS^���  Vacation the unhassled way.  Campers fully  equipped  &  heated & insured.  $70 per week .  ^Madeira Park  883-2406 24 hrs,;  TUWANEK., Lot Dverlooking:  Lambs Bay. Serviced with  water & power. By owner. il2-  226-5019. 4381-tfn  4900-tfn  SELMA PARK  bdrms    upstairs,  -41774T  HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC      basement with tpp.  HOmerDirectors.  Personal  419549"  EMPLOYMENT opportunity  in Northern Alberta.  Required immediately for  sour gas plant; experienced  maintenance staf f T Coordinator, foreman, maintenance man, warehouseman,  field maintenance foreman,  field maintenance laborers.  Phone Denifaye Holdings  Ltd., (403) 956-3774.      4182n50  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office.       1473-tfn  MAN IS a God clothed in rags.  He is a master, Qf the  Universe going about begging  -a~crustT)fweadrHeis-a-King-  prostrated before his own  servants, a prisoner walled in  by ,his own ignorance. He  could be free. He has only to  walk out of his self-  constructed prison, for none  holds him there but-himself.  For more information write:  Eckankar, PO Box 3100,  Menlo Park, Calif. 94025. 4179-  49  A WELL BEHAVED nonsmoking male teetotaller in  need of square dance partner,  5 ft. 5 or less preferred. Box  310 F, Sechelt. 411249  r*  I  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  i ,    Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  RELIABLE experienced  person, to occasionally  babysit infant. Wilson Creek  area. 885-3671. 4185-51  JOURNEYMAN Autobody  Mechanic arid Painter,  required for large GM shop in  Northern Alberta. Top wages  and comprehensive medical  and dental plan. Will consider,  -relocation���allowance to_  successful applicant. Apply in  writing to Box 135, Grande  Prairie Booster, 10022' - 99  Ave., Grand Prairie, Alta.  T8V0R9.      ��� 409949  A BABYSITTER for 2% yr.  old girl Mori.-Fri. 8-1:30,  Davis Bay-Roberts Creek.  Prefer home with another preschooler. 885-3737.       410449  MEN & WOMEN to sell Trl-  Chem Liquid Embroidery.  The versatile bobby for the  whole family. 885-3363 or 885-  3576. ���     ' 4151-50  -.-.-^.----.-.--.---^  I  I  I  I  APPRENTICE  AvailableaftetDec. 22.1 yr.  experience & 6 mos. of school.  Very reliable & have good  references.  885-3818  9,:30-5:30  4092-tfn  . WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ^���Experienced,insiifedworkt:  ���Prompt, guaranteed  service?  -r-Fair estimates?  Thengivefusacall:  PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  885-2109-  - 758-tfn  full  room &  extra bdrm downstairs. Good,  view. Nicely landscaped &  fenced. Reduced to $49,900.-  ���885-3855  ��� 4074-tfn  ' .   ..   "^ -   PENDER HARBOUR!  Charming, peaceful,  secluded large view lot near  lake & sea. Southern exposure. Paved rd., city  amenities. $10,000 terms, 8  iretz3nt:.Ph..Mrs^Wafterp885--  26'SPRUCE MAST with fixed  1   hardware. Exc. cond. $350.  885-9033. 4127-50  GARDENBAY-  ���MAR��JE-SERVl���E��fcTBr-  Atie have added to our fleet 21'  Winnebago^ MotqiMHome.  Superbly equipped.7.  $200 per week  plus 10c a mile  885-2600  anytime  4967-tf  Sinclair Bay Rd.  Immediate Repair Service  7daysaweek  15' 6" "Sidewing" Hourston  Glascraft (new).. .... .$3,000  42' Sailboard "Sea Falcon"  (unrigged terror  cement) ;............. $35,000  18' Sabrecraft,  140 Merc.  $4 900  17! K&C Thermoglas, 115 hp  Evinrude ..���'.      .......$2.800.  "REAR BAG gas mower, reg.  $229.95 now $169.95. Link  Hardware, 'Sunnycrest  Centre, Gibsons. 411849  HUNDREDS OF LP's and 45  rpm records. Also casette  tapes. 886-9424.       .    409349  CB Marine Package  1 ENTERPRISE oil range] 1  electric stove, 24" .885-9564.  4129-50  23  CU.   FT.   freezer,   good  cond., $125.886-7924. 4133-50.  BELL 21 Howell projector,  $90;   tripod   ventricular  screens, new, $15.885-2745.  408549  FISHERMEN! Want a  catalogue of brand-name  tackle? Send $1 refundable on  first $10 order to: Steelhead  Sporting Goods, Box 80854,  Burnaby, B.C. V5H 3Y1.  Phone 4384202. Chargex,  Master Charge welcome. 4178-  49  THE MENNONITE Treasury  of Recipes - 224 pages, spiral  ��� wirebound and plastic tab  indexed. Now available by  mail at $6.50 post-paid. No  CODs. Write: The Mennonite  Treasury of Recipes, PO Box  1209, Steinbach, "Man. R0A  2A0. : 418149  ;ALTERNATIVE     energy!  Solar  equipment,  airtight  woodstoves, jvjnd generators,  -^alfeKturBihes^ -energy- con-;  ���servation-supplies-anitbooks,-  Solace Enefgy. Centres Inc.,  2425 Main St., Vancouver V5T  3E1. Phone 879-5258.-418449  4" AND 6" irrigation pipe at  ���$1,10 and $L60 per-foot in 16  feet lengths, 2" threaded  outlets. Also valves-andfifc_,  tings. Write Box 4779,  Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 4N6.  JPhone (403) 633-5212.    418349  SPLIT ALDER wood, % cord  loads      delivered      on  weekends, $30.883-2536r-4192=-  sr. . ...  .... ....,-'...,.,:..-.  ,....  ,    ��� TENDER FOR  CONSTRUCTION  Sealed   Tenders   will   be  -receivecLby- the iindersigned���.  Jtor_the._construction-of-Senior���  Citizens  Housing   for   the  Sunshine    Coast,    Senior  Citizens Housing  Society,  Sechelt, B.C.  Tenders will be received on or  before 4:00 p.m., Thursday,  November 16, 1978 at the offices of; Carl Berg Jackson  Partners, 313 Sixth St., New  Westminster, B.C.  Plans and specifications may  be obtained by general contractors front the office of the  architects, Carl Berg Jackson  Partners, 313 Six St., New  Westminster, B C. after 9 a.m.  Monday^ October 30,1978 upon  deposit of $50 check fpr one  set.  Each tender must be accompanied by a bid bond'in  the amount of $27,000 (twenty-  seven thousand dollars)  issued by a surety license to  conduct business in the  Province of British Columbia  as outlined in instructions to  bidders. ,-  The owner reserve the right to  reject the lowest or any tender  without explanation  Carl Berg Jackson Partners  313 Sixth St,  New Westminster, B.C. '.  ^OfcpUb.; NqVv4E4978,   ;    .;  -~~���PROVINCE OF ~  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Ministry of Health  Division of  Vital Statistics  Victoria,'B,C.'  "CHANGE OF  NAME ACT"  (Section 6)  NOTICE OF -  APPLICATION FOR   '.  CHANGE OF NAME  Notice is hereby given that an  application will be made to the  Directors ofTitai statistics���  2998 or 768-5659.  4971-50  Fbr Rent  FOUR  bsmt.  BDRM  , Selma  house,  full  "RefsT  Park:  Business Opportunities  HOUSEWIVES, students.  Make extra money for  Christmas selling Custom  Jewellery. Fully guaranteed.  No investment. '. Send $1  (refundable) for catalogue to:  Reel Deel, 430 Maybank  Avenue, Toronto, Ontario  ~~^8835722_  or nights 883-2602  4204-tfn  Livestock  (CERTIFIED Farrier, Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751. 994-tfn  DR.  req. 885-3855.  4005-tfn  ,..rj...  I)u mro lo lonvo o hlnnk upaco ollor nnfh  Cr I n,| your ml In tho iquarnv  word, , .,,,.....''.,  Tlirixi llno�� It $7,13, Eocl, uddlllonnl llnu Ii 60c,  Taka advnnlng* of our ipaclol ���avln()i, ,.  ' Run your ndlwlc.-tli�� third llm��l�� FREE.  �� || you pay lor yr 'ir od lh�� Saturday b��lor�� publication you got a  dlitount ���JBelor 1 Inwrtion���SOclor 9, i    |  1 " ',  .      i   '������ y  Mail u�� your ad, or drop It olfi '        ,  In ����<h��lt at th�� (������nlnmla Tlm��i OIIIm; |  In Ollmorn ��t th* Arbu|u�� Tr���� I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Secholt, B.C.  VOMiAO  CLASSIFICATION  I  I  I  J  I  l  I1  FOR RENT:, Wilson Creek  Community Hall.  Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  ���      '    3691-tf  GARDEN BAY -.% duplex for  rent - furnished, for July-  Scpt. 30. $225 per mo. Light &  fael incl. 883-9676. 4906-tf  WF  UNFURN.  cottage. 2  ' bdrm, 2 bath, w-w, 'fridge,  stove, drapes, $250. 883-909849  2. BDRM  mobile  home  on  private lot. $179,per mo. 826-  1024 aft. 6. 4131-tfn  HALFMOON   BAY,   small  furn. cottago, $115 per mo.  885-2766. 4139-50  WANTED - Inboard-outboard  mechanic willing to invest  in ^starting a new Mercury-  ���Mercriiiser franchise on  Shusvyap Lake. Write Box  1504, Salmon Arm, B.C. Phone  832-6577. 417349  Mobile Homes  MOBILE HOME space, nea?  Sandy Beach on full lot. $85  per mo. 926-1024 aft. 6.   4264-tf  12x48 2 bdrm Moduline,  $7,800 no dp; 12 x 68 3 bdrm  Gendall, $10,400, no dp. 926-  1024 aft. 5:30 p.m.       4786-tfn  12  x04'   BENDIX   mobllo  home. 3 bdrm; galley kitchen, oil heat, occupied 2 mo..        immac, cond. Asking $16,500    ��.�����.   w����t  GIBSONS. furn!.d...,bachol<>��^.to^^  gawlPgucs  '���yiiiti.  .       .J....,, ,       I .   ...   V ���  V. .  ,       , , ^  ���  '  r ���'. ���'   $2��  60  60s  W  Nnrti.  Addrnt  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  "I,  I  I  It        '   n '    ' amammk   '  v  poitoicodt       ��,, ,ilt    ,.     j, fa ,     . iti  accom. for quiet, mature  working man. 886-7207. 4155-50  FOUR BDRM mobile home.  Set   un   in   West  Sechelt  Trailer Park. Ref. required.  Ph. 885-2C00. .^ tfn  TliDRM   W-F   fully   furn;  cottage, $225 por mo. Avftll.  immed. 883-9098.        4737-tfn  DUPLEX Davis Boy. 1 blk.  * from school; 2 Ixlrm; no  appliances. Avail, immed.  $200,885-9710. 4051-Un  EXECUTIVE'Houso Aplirt-  ments now renting.  Ovorlooklng Gibsons liar-,  iKiur. 37 deluxe 1&2 bdrm  suits. Featuring controlled  front ontronco, colored appliances,oablovlslon,  panoramic vlow, oxtra -  soundproof suites, drapos, w-  w carpets. Rents from $230.  Inquire at 880-2405.     4072-tfn  WHY RENT? Wo down  payment, lff^l X% x 48,. nlco  cond,, % bdrm, $00.60 por mo.  plus pad fco., 1074 ,12 x 00 3  mlrm, $122 per mo. 9264024. :  403fi-tfn  MAPLE CRESCENT Apnrt--  menlfl. l, 2 & 3 Ixlrm apts,  Rons,   ,ront.   Incl.   hoat,  cablevision, stove, frldfie, 68^-  5301 aft. 5 p.m.  NICKKLEIDER  ?I7I49   wIlT~be    availably���tor  veterinary work restricted to  horses every Monday.  For appointment:  EQUINEVETERINARY  CENTRE  530-5344 or,  886-9739   '  ,    4152-tfn  WANTED. Lady'p writing  desk, pref. with bookcase  top.  Also  very  small  non-  working freezer. 885-9280.  4128-50   ! 1   THOMPSON VALLEY  Hereford breeders "Breed  Improver Sole". Selling 64  Horned and Polled females, 21  Bulls. Your chance to acquire  selected scedstock. KXA  Kamloops. Oct. 28. Show 9  a.m. Sale 1 p.m. For  contact   Mrs.  -Includes CB radio, 7' whip; PA  loud speaker? $134.95 (also  sold separately).  Prentis Enterprises  884-5240  500046.  KUSTOM  KASINO   amp  &  speakers. 6  speakers per  column, plus 3 shure mikes,  , ,$600.886-2365 or 885-3647. 4159-  LOWREY ELECTRIC organ,  $1,250; diamond ring &  wedding band from estate,  $475 value, asking $350; Land  210 camera, $50; drill press  with 25 drills, 1 horse, $180.  885-3140. 4194-51  FISHER woodburning stoves,  for sale at^C. Rentals,  Hwy 101 & Francis Peninsula  -Rdr883=2585. 4199-51  for a change of name* pur-  suant to the provisions of the  "Change of Name Act" by  me: ��� Raphael Valentino  Saul of RR No. 1, North Road,  Gibsons, B.C. as follows:���  To change my name from  Raphael Valentino Saul to  Raphael Valentino George.  Dated this 1st day of  November, A.D. 1978. .  ., .Raphael Valentino Saul  4203-Pnb. Noveiriber 1, 1978.  \,  11-8 FT. sections of antenna  mast. 885-2555 after Fri.  420249  Use 'Times'Adbriefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy,  Swap etc.  Pitch-lnTO  51  4156-50  Cars and Trucks  '57 % TON Chev PU, 383  motor, trans & rear end.  Real solid. Runs good. $000  firm or trade for W.H.Y. 885-  5407 aft. 5 p.m. ,4090-39  ���50 FORD Mercury truck, VB  flathead    eng.    Totally  restored,  $5,000.  Brooks  &  ���Truman \U,        ��     416849  ���74  DODGE pickup  D200,  30,000 ml. 886-9010.     4201-51  FORD SUPERVAN V8 auto.  Compl. cnmpcrlzcd, rnlwd  roof, many extras, $3,500. 085-  5430. 4100-51  EXC, COND. Honda Civic '77  Hatchback. Am-fm radio',  plus casette tape deck. 33,751  Km. $4,000.005-5047.      410440  '7? F-250 radio, tape deck,  asking $1,295. M-M 4160-  Iiorrih"G6fe7" RR No.'  17  Sorrento, B.C. 0354}338. 417449  ONE FEMALE goat for sale,  $35,885-5773. 419049  Pets  FREE TO good homo. Female ginger kitten, 8 wks.  old 885-3671. 414348  Lost  V  UL  < \  l\,M     .S'\-  ���02 COMET, 2 door, riinnlng  order, 2 now tlrtls, $125. m-  WU, ; "*" ". ;��� 410349"  72 BI,VR TRfl7 ���������  nil.  Good running order, $2,000,  080-7095,880-2207,005-3085.  ��       4197-51  mmmJSmJ* m.% fc^P. "J ���'��'��� ��� y -   - -"*X^fc... - ~'��2lTmWV '   JlOCllo, $700;   1  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  i  i  i  i  2 BORM MOBILte homo.  110x48 on pnd. WHson  Creok. Furn. or unfurn. 000-  9347. 400149  W(��H��8-VW.  til ft, boat, 05  hp Merc, $1,500; $.5 Johnson  outbd, $300;* canopy for Y*. ton  truck, $100; various household  Items. Open to any rens, offor.  003-9280. 410349  1 FEMALtC ^Ivcrtlp Persian  cat. Answcrfrnnmc lady. 8  yrsv883-2500. 410849  ���-.���,������.���...���,,, .i..,ww,.���-J,,.���,.|,,...I,, ���,���������.���,.���...,, , ���.,  Found7  DOG!  Part Husky In West  Secholt. 885-3047.       416049  IN SECHELT alongside road,  'sewing box. Call 885-3527.  418949  SEVERAL BAGS of fishing  gear have bceri turned Into  tho. pfullce offjeo. Own��r may  claim same |iy comin��| to tho  office nnd Identifying It. 4198-  49  For Sale  FISHER jwoodburnlng stovo  with tho 10 year guarantee  can bo seen ot'Radio Shack. J  "ftCRtectnmlcjrr ~~"^'4853-tfn  ��� ���   ���       i ;    ���     >i  . ,,(>y m Ui!Wllj|.in ��ip|l|^l)iiM��pnii|) im |, || | Wii)p.iWi|,|ii||IW|WWIwW)||WWW.tliWWWI[|W  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'Now &  ..NoTarly., Now'. .Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marino Dr.. W.  Vancouver:. 922-2020, Mon-Sot,  10-6. 4457-U  WOOD & coal stove, working  condition, Ph. 885-5476. 4161-  49  PROPANE hot water tank.  Electric dryer. 885-5424.  4162-51  FREE STANDING fireplace,  sell or trade for tablesaw,  $175. Phone after 6,885-9460.  416349  STUDDED snowtires on Ford  rims. 2 F78 W-W $50 pr.; 1  G78, $25; coppertone Tappen  stovo, $100; GE floor polisher,  $15; largo chest drawers, $40;  30v'x48r' plate mirror, $20;  Admiral fridge, $90; green  chesterfield & chair, $130;  wardrobe & dresser set, $40;  Kcnmore dryer. $85: Royal  .. portablo type writer,- $30. .885^.  9405." , 416749  . 110 GALLON oil tank, $50.003-  2220. 416949  REKQ IX)G HOMPS, ready-  cut logs for buildings. Log  package or as ��Roof-on.  Free estimates, Write Reko  Log Homes, RR No. 4,  Quesnel, B.C. V2J 3H8. Phono  092-8005.      ' 417249  WINCHESTER com-  memoratlvcs for salo or  trade; Lawman, Chcrokccs,  Antlorcd Game, otc. wanted,  Yellow Boys, NWT's. MP's.  Pete Goollaff, RR No. S. Cathy  Avenue, Kelownn, B.C. 004-  705-0350. 417549  U����Tlm����AdbrUf.l  FOR SALE  3 bdrms upstairs, full  basement w/rec rm and extra  bdrm downstairs, Good view  In Selma Pk. Nicely landscaped and fenced.  Reduced to $49,900   -  885-3855  Woodburn Stoves '  i "T ��� ,7 ���';;:* Fuel ���ttcK;'''''." .;"i'  Wood1' stoves by Fisher,  Lakewood, Sedore Valley,  Comfort and Flndlay.  Distributors in Western  XaTiada olllTe^Kerr Scdt��fnaiT  and Kerr Titan wood fired  boiler. Dealers inquiries' invited. Northern Heatliner and  Shaw Zero Clearance,  yVood/oil furnaces. Insulated  pipe, accessories and fittings,  110   Foil   Ave!,  North   Vancouvor  '   987-0811  Something  Everyone  Should Get Into!  For further,  Information, contact..,  ,        ED LANDS     ���  Box 310,   ...Sechelt, BX.   685-3818  Now .available on  '  tho Ponlnsula  DRESS  MAKING  ��� ��� hy   EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  Can  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  _u ^__  WHEN A i  FOREST  BURNS  YOURMONEY  GOES UP IN  PROTEGT-  eATCTTOS"* .  rUrlto I o   MA  ���"$)  ���St#a*(l��f  tw<#m&H$$&*#i$!<v^m^  ��� -n-rawsiWM-*   w-.jy* ttrf* JlTSM^iJrta  I .   *  '   vi'**    ����** istf��  ifi" ��*w��wt* i��*#�� sa  , , k.J   ,  a.mwws.B^y**    4����l��4    tJ-s,��l|ffBp*t1.��   ,    -mt   *  4 * J      ��       - * m+ i       t  m\M.^  A  ��<""  .    Wf-��ll**    1* ft*^M*   i">     WVj*      **"   *  "'  I ''    I  ,/"   .  \\ '  I   I  ������; r ��� ,y ���,      i       X'' -\  ATJh.  r^ ���  t\-  '.."W^i;'  ������J-J-.-  ' -**H.'  1(2  V^'  ���*r  -Wednesday, Noveraber-1,-1978  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  Olli Sladey  REALTY LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  The possible 6 figure income  In nineteen twenty one, the   how, much will that annual  averag^iMniia^^  -eanadiair^rking-Trrarr-wair^  one thousand fifty seven   ployee productivity must be  dollars a year. It t^k^ thirty  years and a depression before  this   sum   doubled   to   two  thousand one hundred twenty  seven dollars. But in the next  twentv three years, a 450 per  cenf^increase  ^jyas    ex-  periencea and the average  wage was eleven thousand six  hundred eighty three dollars  jn 1974.:According to financial  _experts, if pay increases  improved , and    inflation  yeonqueredy so Ganadiansdon't  becoffielhe^Wghest palff poor  country in the world.  continue at 8 per cent annually, in only twenty seven  years the average Canadian  male,will earn one hundred  thousand dollars a year.  These facts are mathe*  matically valid, not wild  speculation, but "other, factors  should be noted too. If the  battle against inflation is lost  ���',and prices keep rising, then  Whart can one:  Marsh World  Ducks Unlimited (Canada)  A medium-sized  gull, found chiefly  white-  the  on  The environmental issue is  full, of myths and realities,  scientific hoopla and  documented fact.  the only sure thing that no  one  discounts   is  that  the  ~~problenfis hereTwwlindlyilP  continue into the future.  The Real Estate Board of  Greater Vancouver produced  a pamphlet six years ago  entitled WHAT'' CAN ONE  FAMILY DO?, outlining  many contributions that,can  be made within the family unit  to preserve the environment  through resource conservation, wise buying habits,  and restrictions on use of nonrenewable resources.  One hundred and,twenty  thousand of thfcse, pamphlets  were distributed ,ln tho  community in two editions,  and now a third edition has  been prepared to be circulated  free through the board office  and your local neighbourhood  : rcarcstatc-offtccr -'������-������-   It will be ready doon, and  you can ask for your copy of  ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT - WHAT CAN  O'NE FAMILY DO?, a public  service conservation pamphlet.  "FIRST AID TIP  . Irom  182  RING-BILLED GULL  headed, gray-backed"  prairies and often .seen X-about -marshes. The  distinguishing feature" is the black band which  encircles the bi|l near the tip and yellow-green  ;iegs and feet.. Jt, nests in loose colonies, sometimes among other gulls (sucrv as tKe California),  'and generally on boulder strewn islands but atv  other times on suitable open points of land along  the waters' edge! It appears to have no predatory  habits harmful to tyater birds, with its chief food  consisting of insects many of which  are taken,  from cultivated land. i3b*  7o   A"- ���'. '"' ������';"���"----'.���;" ~ ���'-���::-"-" ~      r  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44  Glendale mobile home with'430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3+ acre lofr$28,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3  BR cedar home, built 1975. View ond  many extras. $105,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� nice 2 BR home with  fireplace, full basement. Close, to  stores etc.~$42,500,  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home * 3  new  appliances,   fireplace.   $95,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  home with 3 bathrooms, partially  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. $84,000.  I  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4  view   home,   architect   designed.  major appliances. $77,000.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� furnished 2 BR  mobile hom,e, 12 x 60', on large,'level  landscaped lotr $28,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 1176 sq ft 2.BR view  home, full basement, sundeck. Built  1975. $56,000.  'MADEIRA' PARK ��� 4~BR home wKh1*  view   on    landscaped . lote   Large  wcTrkshojr&.equipmehfstpraJea'rea in  back.    Ideal   location    for   builder/-  coatractor. $69,500.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� o  BR view home, full basement, built  1975. Close to marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2'  levels. Ejectric heat. Landscaped. Close  to stores & marinas   $50,000  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  Cowrie St.  885-2013  Sechelt  W. SECHELT WATERFRONT  Watch tho boats go by from this prime waterfront property, The  four year old 2 bdrrri home has everything you want Including a  third bedroom and'a third bathroom in the full basement. Oil  and electric heal, garage. Please phone Lynn Wilson, 885-5755  for appointment;  MAS^NROAD  Eight point four acros of level land, 2 on other side of year round  creok. A 1550 sq ft two bdrm ranchor, now with a family room  and new carpels,, 18 x 24 Insulafed shop and storage aroa, Como  qnd soo the oxlras with John Wilson, 885-9365. FP $89,000.  WESTSECHELT  Easy living in this throe bdrm ranchor, c/w studio. Vaulted codar,  colling living area, liroplaco and somo unusual doors, Tho ,1695  sq ft Is Worthy of your Inspection, FP $54,000, Inspect anytlmo  with John Wilson, 885-9365,  ROBERTS CREEK, 5 ACRES..,,,,, ,$29,500  PRIVACY, Gowor Point Rd,' 1.10 acros, Stroam  MADEIRA PARK ��� one bedroom  concrete block cottage, fireplace.  $23,000.  �����*���*    '�� J  ���3vi      ������������    ^ '  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view frome.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  ensuite, large -carport. No stairs,  excellent  retirement borne,.  $59,000.  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marinajjJTSnJbOrQne car taxi  business available with above for  additional $10,000,  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows,  fireplace, w/w 3 bathrooms. Easy walk  to stores. PO & carinas* $67,500.  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  i  LOTS AND ACREAGE  LOTS  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/F in Pender Harbour, 1.8  - acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F ad|oining above 1.22��  acres, $36,500. '  3.70' bluff waterfront, view over  Bargain Harbour. Asking $21,500 but  open to offers.  4. 220�� ft low batik sheltered  waterfront. 1,24 treed acres. $48,000.  5. 100��.ft W/F, driveway in7serviced.  $28,000.  11.6 ACRE ISLAND ��� 3 BR furnished  panabode, float, Water & hydro  $165,000.        . ��,     .  BROOKS COVE ��� 194' waterfront,  access by trail (1 000' from parking),  septic In; hydro & water. $25,000.  LOTS  1. MADEIRA   PARK  ���   serviced   lots.  $7,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA - serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  acre -s,  '3. GARDEN BAY AREA  ���$12,900*21,250.  view lot^:  lot  ACREAGE  XA. SANDY   HOOK   ���   view  Porpoise Drive. $.10,500.  5.  PENDER   LAKE   PROPERTIES   ���  SinclalFBay Roa3. Serviced lots, most  with view, three with lakefront. Priced  from. $10,000- to $37,500.  .6. MOI^  serviced   with   hydro   &   water,    on  Cochrane   Road,   Francis   Peninsula.���,  $il,000-$l 2,750.  7. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5  treed, serviced, $25^000.  8. DAVIS BAY��� Treed view lot on  Greer Road. $16,500.  9k SELMA PARK ��� lof with beautiful  view, close to beach. $22,000,  10. FRANCIS. PENINSULA -r- '9 nice  building lots al corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads; $11,000-$13,00Q.  11. FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ROAD   ���  serviced lot, low price, $7,000.  Pender Hartxnir Realty Ltd.  ,,y...  I ,','s  BEE AND WASP STINGS  ��� Can bo fntnl ��� If cnsunlty Ii Miow-  Infl ��lon�� of nllerplc reaction (swelling  wound ihn nyns nnrl month, hjyos,  tmow nousoa ond difficulty In lirfinth-  Infl) swik Immndlnto minllcnl i|ld ���  Stnrl nrtlfldnl riniplrntlon If nocnnsnry  nrftl; tako prucmitlons to prnvont  shock (roo&fturn disunity, kimpwiirm)  ��� If thoro Is no nlljurolc rom;tlon,  romovn thti stlno by uslnt) twnnzors'or  thn point of ii cpolnd noortln which  hns pmsiKl Uirough n flwno ��� Hnmovn  thn ��� ntlno' hy clflprrtMlnf) thn 'skin  nround tho puncture ��� Avoid sq/it>��i/-  lr��o It ��� Antihistamine crwni, ruth  li|no nlrohol^nflk nm^ionln solution'  or n solution nf hlcnrhnnntii of sodit  mny   Iwi  uppllorl   Immndlntflly  ��� If  to n (|ln��s iifwnmr ��� If tlmrii Is nUirh  swrtlllnn, pliirn annuity on hi* akin  nnd olvn Inn ta suck ��� Olilnlii igodlcnl  riM.  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  ��� Oldor watorfront homo, Full price  1.9 ACRES  $70,000,  WATERFRONT HOME ��� Near now homp with 4  bodrooms, doop solo moorago. southorn oxposuro, Full prlco  '������$60,000.���" -Trr - -' K-~ ; '^������-x- ���; ~pr' -  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT ��� And a roal bargain, II l��  with cloqn boach, freo moorage, clam* and oyitnrt |uit stop*  'away. Prlco |uit $12,000, ���  SECRET COVE AREA ��� 10.6 acres with 400' bnach,  wator and powor avallablo, road In, FP $!25,p00,  ONE ACRE LbTS ���On Fronds P��nInsula,,Privacy  plus valutt In thlt most d����lrobU ar��a, Just 2 lelt so don't d*lay,  $15,000 oach.  BOATERS ��� Older typa 5 bodroom homo wllh doop  moorago In fonder Harbour, FP $33,000,  EXCELLENT ��� building lot. Front Road, Madolra  park, Fully lorvlcad, $10,300,,  WATERFRONT LOT ��� Doop and protected moordgo  In Egmont, Has trallor pad, topllct and wator and powor,  ,$35,000,��� - - -..��� - ,- ���.��� ��� - .-.��� -��� ���  7 ACRES ~~ on Highway 101 dot* to Modolra Pork.  Partly cloarod and on a waitorly ilopo. Atklng $33,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� EkIIH largo (650' doop)    ���,  Wlkllna lot v*Hh?aifo��>��o^*nM<KHntotk Rood, $9,500.    -��.���.��.*�����  ~~ ��� ^^^^^ ^ ,; ���  JOHNBREEN JOCK HERMON  1 883-2745  883-9978  NARROWS INLET ��� socluded acreage ���  (rood, low bank, 5 to 14 acro parcels.  Wator accoss, $24,500 to $39,500,  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 365�� ft waterfront, 6.71 acres, water access,  $29,500. '.',���'"''"'  EARLS COVE ��� 5,57'acres, 4503: ft  sheltered watorfront ad|olning forry  terminal, $125,000.      ,  i  WE.STMERE DAY ���.'.., 1.400��V ft  watorfront on 4.8 irood acres. Nlco  bopch and rocky point, Wator accoss  oply, $47,500,  ACREAGE  '1, Silver Sands .��� 1.8�� acres. Gulf  viow, 10 x 50' furnished mobile home,  small cabin. $45,000.  2. Srlver _Sands ��� 1.6�� acres. Gulf  vjew, furnished 12 x 60 mobile home.  Ad|olns above property. $45,000,  3. Klelndalo ��� 5�� acres on Hwy 101.  $21,000,  4. Near Ruby Lake ~ 8,39 acres on  Hwy 101, $25,000.  5,Near Madeira Park .��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101, $44,000.  6. Kleindale ��� 23.7 acres, some  merchantable timber, Lots of trees for  building a log house, $50,0Q0.  7. Francis Peninsula ��� 1.8�� adros,  cornor of of Warnock .and. .Francis  Peninsula Roads, $17,500,  WATERFRONT HOMES  LAKEFRONT PR0PERTIE  3  LILLIES (PAP).LAKE ��� 3 OR home on  3S acros, Fruit,traes,.igarderv���.VI��w,,  ovor lako, $77,500,  CARTERS LANDING ~- Sakinaw Lako.  24,0.-t acroi,"|330�� ft lakofront, road  accoss, houso, crook, $135,000, ���  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 1300�� ft lakofront,  24�� acres, 4 BR furnished panabode,  float. $105,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� trood acros, closo to  public lake accoss, $19,000,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 375�� ft cholco  low bank lakofront, 6,65 acres,  road accott, $34,000,  D.L. 3250 ���- botwoon Sakinaw 8, Ruby  Lake��i.,J500dh,ft,Qn Sakinaw Lako,  crook, Hallowoll Rd endt at property,  $115,000,      ���    '       "      .    ,  RUBY LAKE ��� 400:fc ft lakotrontago,  5�� trood acros, road accoss, $49,500,  GARDEN DAY ESTATES -~ 5 BR,horrio;  full basomont, 1997 sqftonmalri'lloor.  Bulfl 1976, Soparato 700 sq ft  workshop, On 122-fc cholco watorfront  lot with rampU float, $160,000.  wk ��m.    xx  JCOMMERCIAL PROPERTY^  ^JmtiWmmm-y   ^    ,    �� p^f-V  iii Mill} \WBmMtmmtm-i....im-. ^. ^luHlKarx.... .i^."'   <��� ^�� .t .>*      a  EGMONT   ���   4   BR   home,   partial'  baiomont;   tundeck;   on   3.3  acrot, i  ^  270 �� fl cholco walorfront, $93,000.   ','  i. ^Uftmri^W^rltV'?^^*^^ .irfiir^ihl��*tf7i  HASSANS STORE -��� Frond* Ponlntula.      MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant store bldg,  boach lot, $57,000,  iM^mHM  a*. H-JI *���.*������ , t"  muiW  >r*\�� -������  Oonoi)ahstoro, 3 OR residence, rontol      ad|olnlng llvlnfl  quartort,  Ono  acro        riPRRAW* nam/       onn* it (mas   ��.. Fr.A..���r  house. On; 1.15 ��,acro. with 16B�� ft      with 104' fronjgo'ort Madeira Park Rd,        i^^lilfct"       J "i^'o^        WCIS ^N,'NSU^ " '?r0��  3 BR  '   sholtorod, deop watorfront, $103,000       Zonod f<3, $52.0pO, If '    ^^ iJ^l' il^f-^'3 ��R      t,' pfy"��cLdoslgnod homo bn   130  It  "** pfui c'6">h���tbTT}fS?F**~ .���*'���,"���';'��� ��� - v - y ������*--'-*' *>���* ��� "*' -��-^; ��i -��-*-*- ��-*�����<��� * <*>ttag��, dock �� flobrt, *lfl0,OOO,"Y *",', ,��   ^  ,'lW'' '*9$ POO", -n>yiy^r7>-" A  ���-, ..rr,X...,,���.,,y..ri'77X '     ' ' '     .    .'-..'.   '.,../���;.iXy..,,       ^     X '\ 7^.XX'-i \   '     ,         'O^.W  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  ULLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  .....v  ����pjfl0  \  A  .,../  1 rTW^W'��Wff.KWW,',l|!WW.l���WPP#JW)j^W  ^I^WM.jlw.iy^  .Km o^ f*. w"rf^ *  t  i ��� ��� ������ i '   :  i  \  i        Ml  fs  '>'  i i  \   I  x   '     I  I   I  ,...,4 ,1.  if,    ���     I   . y.  i   ������'/���i  > ��������� . ''i  PageBvC  The Peninsula times  Wednesday, l^mber^l^Wj}  ^���.'���'������:-  :''Xi:rAi:  (Sunny West Sechelt)  A Large Selection of Island View Lots, Ail Services Available.  ���fur-i**1'  i    ���  i  "   '   r        ,    V Vi,,>V " * ���,' '.m.  ���r^'.Xi'XAi ,, '> "v'/ft  ^rr^i^xpr;  W:  <i  George Townsend, 885-3345 Frank Lewis, 886-9997  Doug Joyce, 885-2761 Jack Anderson, 885-2053  Bob Bull, 885-2503 Stan Anderson, 885-2385  ������"/:;���  CREEKSIDE HOME: on 6/10 acre with  parklike setting, towering tree? &  spacious,   easy   to   maintain   level  Jawns. One   year   new   expansive  home has two" "lafge7~bgdrooiTisr  Separate entrance hall leads to ,a  lartie living'room with fireplace Jhat_  invites gracious entertaining. A 23' x  28' attached garage could be converted to an extra bedroom S family  room. An added plus is a 440'  workshop with 3 pce.plumbing. Close  tp the best sa��gj^ beach in area. FP  $68,500'.        "  Vancouver Toll Free 684-8016  P.O. Box 1219 Sechelt  WEST SECHELT: New_4 bedroom with  'finished basement in area of new  -homes. Features-include large-kitchen & nook, fireplace, basement  -flue-for stover"finishedTecToonrTiiiP  basement, carport, sundeck and a  level easy to landscape yard. Priced  right at $53,900.  WEST SECHELT: 900 sq ft 2 bdrm  home on a lot that is 62x205'. Needs  some minor repairs and landscaping.  Priced to sell ^immediately at  $33,900.  */fe  SlC_t!^i:_T_.YIL_L^9E_ " Brand new^ 2  bdrm custom-built basement home.  Sunny bright kitchen. Extra insulation  jn the ceiling, twin seal windows and  "heatilatorfireplace: FP $56,500."   "  ���IN THE VILLAGE: 3 bedroom exec hom^i  1650 sq ft all on one levek Features large  kitchen with eating area. Formal dining  room, living room, den with bathroom  adjoining on a 5' crawlspace. Lot is completely landscaped & ready to enjoy. This is  a medallion home with built-in vacuum  cleaning system. Reduced $3,000 for immediate sale at $53,500."  ���       ' -'  ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3  bdrm home. Immediate  possession ��� pick your own  carpets. Try your offer to $46,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Surf Circle. 5  .bdrms (2 in bsmt). Home has 2  fireplaces, heatilator in basement  bedroom, 2 baths, rec room, large  laundry & workshop. Home has,,  shake roof, concrete driveway,  carport & large sundeck. Landscaping mostly done. Many more  extras. ��� Close to schools &  shopping. FP $54,900.  ��*. .--���- ""saw*  ROBEW^rOfEiK-TreREAGE: 2 bdrm  atteac-tive home on almost 2 acres  levtf Hiway frontage, easy access.  'v��oodiarge shop with HD wiring for,  bench tools. Hom'e completely  remodelled. Shake roof, rancher  alum siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded,, landscaped property. FP  $69,500.,  SECHELT VILLAGE: Ideal locatiort  close to boat launch. 1096 sq ft with  fireplace, plus patio & workshop,  large treed lot. FP $43<80flb=Je_w��s4-  ha-"--  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE: 3  bedroom, 1400 sq ft full basement  home with spacious living-dining  'room. Fireplaces up and "down plus  extra flue in basement. Open  staircase to rec room, extensive  cedar work inside and good kitchen  cupboards.   Large   carport   with  -stGrage-and-M-^-^^swimmifig-pook  Approx 3 acres landscaped lawn.  Orchard, fishpond, year round creek,  organic garden, greenhouse and  complete privacy. FP $91,000.  WEST SECHELT: 9.5 acres of good farm land.  Has,new 4 bdrm ranch style home. 2 ponds  supplied by spring'Water with approx 4  acres cleared, balance, has some timber. All  _^j^se^9n^payed^rd.-2_mlles.;fr.Qm^SechelL  centre. This property has many potential  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with  modern 3 bdrm basement home.  Oil fired hot water heating, two  fireplaces, rec rm and.many other  features. Approx 1 1/2 acres  cleared and In lawn with fruit  jrjM3_and^shrub.s,JaxcdkDLspiL  FP $6B,obo;  WEST SECHELT: 4 bedroom home  with 2 baths,- family room, w/w  carpets make this ~2000 sq ft  residence ideal for an up/down  duplex which is only steps away from  a public beach with access'for boat  launching S" swimming. Situated on  1/3 acre lot. Real investment! FP  $41,500. Try your terms.  GIBSONS: Attractive two bedroom'  home with part basement on large  sewered lot 98x148'. Magnificent  view property. Cozy living room with  brick fireplace and w/w. Modern  kitchen withvw/w, new cabinets &  view windows in eating area. Smart  vanity bathroom. Auto oil heating.  Excellent buy at FP $36,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: 3 bedroom home  on 1.67 acres. Spacious-open plan  of. 1320 sq ft. Has ensuite off: of  master'bdrm. Home has family  room *.__ yl llity. Reduced  drastically in price for immediate  sale. FP $48,000,  (West Sechelt)  PRICE.SLASHED ��� $45,000 for a large 2"  bedroom, full basement, 1288 sq ft home.  All wall  to  wall .carpets, ^lat  level  Ii5t,  sundeck and brick fireplace, with an extra  flue   for  a' heater   In   basement,   Handy'<  location. FP' $45,000.  MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION  This development Is exclusively designed for the enjoyment of mobllo home  ownors, single and doublo, featuring sewer system, paved roads, large lots  ideal for gardening and close to a school. All this and ownership at less than  normal pad rentalII  DAVIS BAY SEAVIEW: Quality built family  home.^Walklng distance tp swimming &  -fishing. Approx 1800 sq'lt finlshelTfloor  area. Large living room with huge cut stone  fireplace. Sliding doors to large sundeck.  Privacy for outdoor living, Two bedrooms on  main floor, family, TV room. Bedroom with  private bath on ground level. Expansive  slate 'entrance. Carport; fenced and landscaped. Some nice shade trees. REAL VALUE  HEREhFP $63;500..  -6+ 'ACRES -ON REID ROADr  Mostly cleared, some fruit trees &  yr round creek. Property mostly  fenced, frqnt yard landscaped &  In lawn. House is very large 2300  sq ft, 2 fps, several' sets of  plumbing. Kitchen & LR have been  completely remodelled. South  slope, dilutable land. FP $85,000.  7  ���i ii '   '���  -" a   .  mi    \ .wy,a.mt^m.    \m\mtm  O&Zrff*?S/rCMg  ���-���'W^W/....    i  L;JiCCklJ��<0  5i8     p '���  iJslMljjfc^;  KrVr  to.**  l.W       JO'  ,Wta  .*<���'  .,>v~  <S>  V:  i  0: 70S 9 ho  -~iri  !*��'  >n   if  _��^-<  ,ri>  NOTE;,    Dlofanqoa    aro  ohown In metres.  1 motro==3.28 foot      i'   ,  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 2 j "  Lot 3  .Lot 4  ..������r   Lotv6  Lot .7  Lot 8  jfia0*:''~-ry  TitTa-  *n  \ >��� m0a  X��  $1*  oo"  oo'  lp t.t  00'  f     f  00"  00'  PENDER HARBOUR:' Madeira  (Jostle ��� unique home fo'r value &  location. 2800 Sq ft yylth  breathtaking view. Decor Includes original piurals, sunken  gold bathtub & extensive cedar  work,- Double windows  throughout and easy to hoat. FP  $72,0p0.  ROBERTS CREEKi Large trqod  serviced lot close to boach & golf  course, quiet area, mobllo home  permitted, FP $11,900.  REORtOQF^t side by tide view  Ipts^ each 1.18 acres with 100'  feet road frontage, Excellent buys ',  at full prlco $15,000 each.  MIDDLEPOINT: 17,1/2 acres of  beautifully treed, view proporty  with 300 feet highway frontage.  Zoning permits 1/2' acre lots .  excellent holding property. FP  $45,000. Term., /      r  HALFMOON BAY: Family homo on good lot noar wator, Basement  aiid niiany other foaturos, Prlng all offors to $44,500,  I?  ''���<���  iSl, to'  -.ii'  ROBERTS CREEK: A flno building lot 72 x 105' closo fo boach accoss.  Proporty Is sloping to tho south. Pavod road. Asking $15,000,  ,  ' i, '     i '      "'"'r',   REpROOFFS AREAi Wlldwood Rd��� 125 x 200' lovol lot, very oasy to  build on. Goautiful, evergreens,- Prlcod' for Immediate salo at  $11,000,  WEST SECHELT: 1/2 acre'treed view lot In a qulot residential subdivision off Mason Rd. Thlt will be Ihe finest residential area op the  coast. The lot has all facllltlos Including sowor. Lots of topsoll, FP  $15,500. .  SRCHELT'YIUAGE: PobbloCrescent, Largo city lot cleared, roady for  (bui(d|nfl,,^rlcod,at $13,0qp, y,^y,������.,.M ������,..,,.������,,,,.���.,,7, , .���,,���,  FRANCIS AVENUE: Rodrooffs ��� 2 bedroom, cottage on ,1,54 acres ol  land with fruit trees and a goodgarden, Almott 1/2 cloarod, Cottago Is very cozy with heqtllator flroplaco and a carport, FP $47,500,  ,      -. .. ,   r _ ;   CLEARED LEVEL LOT: Secholt Vlllago ., 62,5 x 120'. Roady for  bulldlpg, Owner will trade as part down paymont on horr\p, Value  $11,500.  REDROOFFS AhEAi Appr, one trood acre. 99' on Redrooffs Rd,  Clote fo beach and boat launch. Fully tervlcod. Full prlco only  $11,500,  k\.  toi 11  $12,900 \  11,900  12,300  11.000  10,000  10,000  iv 12,300'.^''tot 17'  14,500      Lot,l��  *&.*  ;ljot:!2  Lof 13  Lot 14  Lot 13  *<v  9.S00  9.300  9,300  9,300  9,300  9,aoo  U'OH'OO'  .511  A  TO ��v^0  //  ->>.  *i?'m?t> 7    "       k/   ��*'��0<H>"  ..mm       ff..,.      ,-,^��C_<,.-.l���-^,  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOTi Eaty tormt ��� 20% down & Ihe balance ovor  oaty payments on thlt southern oxpoturo vlow lot, Excavation and  clearing havi been done. FP $12,900, ,,'"'  ' DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME:860 tq ft 2 btfrm home wllh appliance^ AH  wall to wdll carpot, Coiy 8! Inexpensive to heat, Concrete drlvoway  and parking tlab. Fir Raad location. FP $43,500, term*,  ���: : , u -v  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A cozy, near now 792 tq ft 2 bodroom  -home clote to-the beach at Chapman ereekrNcritalriT electric hoat,  doublo glazing. Government prepaid loato hat 19 years to run, FP  $32,000,   2 , ,._i.t���   .  SOUTHWOOD ROADt,Close lo 1/2 acro. Level building lot, Hydro  and roglonal walor al road, Chock A compare, Attractlvoly priced al  f7(^50, i    ,  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acret me'oturlng 330x660', Will eventually  have a view. Clow to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT; Extra larfle 90x179' lot, corner  eaty accett, excollont view of Trail Itland, FP $13,500,  locatln  UPPER ROBERTS CRGEKi 10 acrot ol land wllh 3 bdrm"nd'ar.new  home of 2376,tq ft, and a 4000 tq fl aluminum clad, fully Iniulatod  building, Building It all wired for 220 power & could have many  utet, Concreto floor, clear, tpan. FP $09,900,  DAVIS BAY MOTKLi 10 s.c,un|lt plut owner's home, 4 lott fronting  r"bn Highway 101 * beach, 351,47' frontage, Large workihop ��  ttbraflo, Selling under attettod valuo, $225,000, T,ermt,  mWbmmnm)��im^^  ^*��h,^app^ qWer^ type 3 bdrmlbunflalovy,oapn��,laf,: CouW.be.  roMorod, Lolt lovol with tafe moorage In front, Excellent buy at FP  $75,00Q,,  6AVIS BAY WATERFRONTi 3 b*drdoVn ilngle level home on 83 ft of  the bett waterfront Vve can offer, larfle tundeck on the view tide,  wetterly outlook. Large kitchen family rooni combination. Uving  worn It 10x31 1/2' and hat"q full brick woll fireplace, The property  alto tupporft a workthop, fi panabode playhouse and a boat houte  on,.th��,btach.,fFl..jl7?,90p.. , :,   APPROXIMATELY 8 ACRES: Treed, gentle toutherly tlopo, 260'  highway frontage, Some merchantable timber, Handy location,  clote to Joe Road, FP $31,000.    ' , ,'  ~/'��rr^ ������*���*  .   ,    '���'. ,/-, vi    '      ,\.   t J ���i^ii^.f'tTTY'     r^^ir^^i���     ..' i  WILTON CREEKV'On frowning Rd, dW  boach, road accett, Thlt lot It partially cleared and fenced, ready la  titmd ofl^qiilefTifroif clote fo all loclllflet, One of a kind at"  $16,900,'   ' > ' ,        /  '>��W_  . \  i>W\Oi '     'lit    i'i '"'    |,l> ' ''  \.  IS��W*)^  ��*ta    l^itst |<f�� f *-|     ������*>   ju-.>f��*i��n   -^^fti^w  lutfann x��-fi3L  4,. '..  ��        ,   it.")--*   iim *���-r^mwt*>t**tiiwmi'Wt^%^ -��. *  ifjri.M>o.o"W'H����rJts    ��  A(   i t * ,IBrt*��j ���*"* * *    'MC  \   .   \  ,       K  '     \   y   ��� f"'^  it   "I      /i  ,   i  : ' ," .�� IX.  *~  ,  .-���/  Wednesday, November 1,1978  Home  mortgages        JASPER, Canada's Safety Bear  _ The Peninsula Times'  PageB-5  Mortgages are vehicles  that have made it possible for  Canada to become one of the  , highest  home-ownership  countries in the world. They  are provided by banks, trust,  mortgage companies, credit  unions and individuals, and  because of this .competition,  , there are many options open  ^-to-i-hp���--horoft~Jiu_yEE=JghQp  around for a mortgage, just as  you would for a house. It is to  the advantage of the potential  home buyer to negotiate the  term which suits him,best...  the term being the time  allowed before the mortgage  must be re-negotiated. When  the term comes up for  renegotiation, you are not  obligated to stay with the  same lender, but you should  he aware that -placing a  mortgage with another lender  ' could involve legal; expenses  that may ^ancel- out any  savings on interest rates. Ask  your licensed-"real estate  professional to guide you in  your choice of mortgage for  the property you are buying.  If you see how close to the cliff's edge you can go on ajjare,  x. Don't be surprised if you fjnd you are grabbing at air.  ATTENTION!  Retire on the beautiful  =ceos*==of=Pender!=HiiT:::  bour. We have 6 Mobile  Home Sites left;  Singfe Wides  or Double Wides  Located at Garden Bay  100%, Bank Terms OPFC  LANCER HOMES  call collect  Ed Zack, 591-5105,  Offices at:  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  Gibsons.  Phone 886-2234  Toll Free 682-1513  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Offices at:  DENTAL BLOCK  Gibsons.  Phone 886-2277  Toll Free 682-1513  ���S%4&  CONVEYANCING  REAL   ESTATE   CONSULTING  APPRAISALS    -   MORTGAGES - NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  ^e?s  8  ���  Housing  myths  A recent study across the  United States challenges the'  myth of the affordability  crisis in housing.  - During���1976���six  single  family home sales reached anr  unprecedented rate, and new  -construction rose to higher  than ever levels^TTStatistics'  jihpw nearly half of all buyers  were under thirty five and the  "analysts also~nbted thaffwhile  home prices have risen at a  rate two per cent higher,than  inflation each year for fifteen  years, so has the median  income, so incomes and prices  have been virtually parallel.  The real culprits in the  -increasing���cost���of���home-  ownership are interest rates,  property taxes and spiralling  utility and repair costs.  ��� Action at local and federal  levels could alleviate some of  these cost increases through"  income tax amendments  regarding interest, and local  property tax reductions by  further provincial payments.  The Opportunity of a Lifetime  Everyone is looking for a decent opportunity, and Tempo Products & Construction is  -offering you just that, a chance to have the home of your choice built to your specifications  but at an affordable price. When you contract T^mpoJVo^yct^& Con_str4irfio/i_to;buiJd-yQuj--.  "home it will be one of quality materials, quality workmanship and quality service to you, the  customer. . . ' '     '  Of course there are reasons for everything, just as there are reasons for Tempo's low  price, so let's examine a couple.  First, we build, on the volume basis, so the profit figures per home are substantially  lowered, reflected by the low price. -. -    -   Second, a home'can be built in 1 1/2 months witfT.the proper organization and coordination combined with accurate & quality workmanship adding up to savings which in  turn are.passed-on-to-you. ��������� :���  Now, then, what does this low price Include?   '  a  * A complete,detailed and personalized home planning service.  * Handling of blueprints, permits and inspections.  * Thermal pane'windows, complete with wood windo_w__returns & all wood trim throughout  home".'  * 8" ceiling & insulation, & insulated wall pockets.  * 5/8" tongue & groove sub-floor plywood, glued to floor joists & 5/8" roof plywood.  * brick chimney & fireplace  * all exterior sundecks fibreglassed.  * concrete sidewalks and driveways.  As can be seen, nothing in the home is left unfinished, because we don't know how to  cur corners. Yet we maintain a low price and a quality product.  So, whether you're, interested in a new home, summer home, retirement home, RRAP  job or small renovation, please don't hesitate to call GREG LEMKY at 886-2706. '  Remember, don't let this opportunity of a lifetime pass YOU by.  TEMPO PRODUCTS & CONSTRUCTION ��� YOUR KEY TO  SUCCESSFUL BUILDING.  . \��    *  ,i,<rr  ��� Mt-  1 ,.',,.,..>-.  vV'x''.'"rAj*    'l*\.'l*. ~ -il-,   N.-*���=**  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  ^ 885-3271  We're the Neighborhood Professionals.  HOPKINS LANDING,  STARTER HOME... $2000  down. Dandy 2 bedroom home  with half baserftent. Large  kitchen with cupboards. Stove  and fridge Included. Asking  $34,000. Chuck Dowman, 885-  9374.    GIBSON^  SARGENTROAD $13,900  Magnlflcont ocoan viow lot, fully sorvlcod, on sewer. 65 x 110',  closo to all amenities, Builders torms available. Larry Roardon,  885-9320,  GARDEN DELIOHT -_ $43,500  Spotless home with workshop and carport, Easy walk to beach  and shops. Comont patio and fish pond In private rear yard,  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374,  ROBERTS CREEK  UP ft, DOWN DUPLEX  $49,800  Large 3 bedroom With oxce|lent (���oyonuo.potontlal, locatod on 1"  acro hoar Robofii Creek on Highway 101, Vondor will consider  offors. Ed Bakor 885-2641, I ,  WILSON CREEK  COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY 101 RIPE FOR DEVELOPMENT  3,66 acros, 400 fl of highway fronfago, by 396 ft doop on Airport  Road, Prosont rovonuo of $5700 per annum, Ownor will consldor  torms. Ken H, Wells,'086-7223,  DAVIS BAY  STARTER OR RETIREMENT $39,000  Torrlflc 3 bedroom older home with great kitchen, large living  room and stone flreplaco, Oood high part basement ana 1 block  to beach.,Chuck Dowman, J03-WA..,  SANDY HOOK  1/3RD OF AN ACRE " $1,500 DN  i Walor Is on this beautifully troed lot, fronting on twd roads,  Excollont vlow potential, FMlLprke. $13,500. .Chuck. Dowman,  ,   885-9374,  WATERFRONT LOTA/IEW LOT $15,800*8,500  Al Sandy Hook wo hnvo this 100'+ watorlront lot, c|oso, lo road  and ad|oinlng with an oxcollont vlow lot that llos next to B,T,  lany Rearc/on, B85-9320, "'*  TUWANEK  PRIVACY OALORB     , $15,000  Third of an acre with storage ihedi" and great building lite,  Already cleared, Chuck Dowmpn, 003-9374,  SECHELT  VILLAGE CONTEMPORARY ���  $41,900, Near new 3 bodroom  ...^..Ji��pTri?.w,wVth���..y.pjiilt^..,.<;pH!no!ii.-w.  danqy kitchen flroplqco and  Ihormo windows, Lot I* level  and fenced. Easy walk! to  shops, and fchoq^,, nJv^i;K'  Dowman, 865-9374.  ^-5i'CTOTvrtrAcr*'"'''*"''���",*',,'*r~:  New deluxe 3 bedroom  full  ,,.., -,,>..- - ^._,���,,., ,����� basement home of 1320 *<> ft,  completed approx 30 days. Large LR, DR area with FP, Kitchen ll  a Ijousewlve's dream with built-in bar-b-que, Full double plbg,1  All foaturos must  2641  bo seen to be  apprecl  lated. Ed Dakerj 005-  WEST SECHELT  ���    EXCEPTIONAL      VALUE,  $59,900, From the landscaped  ' grounds and cathedral en-  ' trance to the 1 bdrm siilto, thls;  almost    1500',    3    bdrm,    2  fireplaces,    large   rec   room  boauty truly represents value.'  Sliuatod In W. Sechelt, It Is our  ( ploaqun? to show this home.  Lon> Roardpn, 885-9320.  $18,500 .,  1,17 acres. Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will have a good  view when some trees cdme down. Ed Baker, 885-2641,  $2,500 PER ACRE  Complete privacy yet only 10 minutes from Socholi, 45 acres,  mostly lovel with gentlo slope. Road ft hydro to proporty, Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374. ,  $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bedroom bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 20 x 20 wllh fireplace, opon beam ceilings, DR, family  kitchen. All; bdrmvlarge, maitor.eniulto w/w throughout*-Lprge-  workshop at rear, Floor area 1584 sqft. Ed Baker, 885-2641,  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  1/2 ACRE VIEW $15,500  Nicely somi-clearod lot with gentle slope lo south. Nlco view  ovor Sargoant Bdy, Chuck DoWman, 085-9374,  WELCOME WOODS *        '   ,   $9,500 ft $9,750  Two* oxtra largo lots 125'x20O', Larry Roardon, 005-9320,  $13,500  Boautlful 1/2 acro lot, loadod with troos on blacktop road, with  <wafor and hydro. Larry Roardon, 005-9320.  HALF-ACRELOT $15,000  Lar<|o tioed lot at tho corner of Rod roo I It Road and Iho road |o  '"SorQobht BayrSorvleiM Wltlfh^  005-9320,  $12,500  Nor West Bay Rd wooded lot, 130 x 70. Zoned R2. Trailers  a(lowed, Sign on. Ed Baker, 003-2641,  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  MONEYMAKER $35,000  2 yr old 3 bedroom full bsmt home on one acre, J,|vo In,while you  do the finishing. Chuck Dowman, BB5-9374, j      .  GARDEN BAY ROAD $22,500  Rock bluff building ��lte on this 3,5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrify vlow over pasture land, All year stroam. Easy  terms available. Chuck Dowman, BB3-9374. '    ���  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT       , $22,500  Soml-waterfronl properly, |u��t across (he Narrows Bridge and  laclnja Bargain Harbour, Treed and good for building on, with  |uit ihe road between you and the water, Larry Roardon, 005-  9320, , :       ,  MADEIRA PARK RANCH $125,000  ~'22 aefe WorKIng fahchrair  barrt, good pasture and somefrult trees. All year round water  - ��Opply.,Andfor f>* Iqdy of the house It hat a modern 2 bedroorn,  .!,..,1^"t> H^,r W'^Vi'' >wm<,* ���",* nnd;rr.''ipii. Larry Reardon,.,  B05-9VO."' '  ',."������ .   ,   ���  ' ' i     :       $65,000  * irrfloindto Woaif lofallWlovew  that Ii completely remodelled Inside, Nestled oh 0 acres of  beauty lhat Includes lge trees, fruit trees, flowers and garden.  ThU 2 bdrm home It 5 mln from new Brighton wharf, Larry '  ' Reardon, 803-9320, ���  "> ,    ���  XOACH ROAD: (off LeefTRSSayTfiFee year  old three bedroom home situated in a quiet  subdivision in Roberts Creek only 2 miles ,.  from Gibsons.  Large kitchen with eating'  nook. Yard is nicely landscaped, yours to  enjoy from "the split level sundeck. Extras^  include a wired and plumbed darkroom and "  a 7x8 storage shed. $44,900.  BROWNING RD: Wilson Creek. Rustic and  cozy A-frame home tucked away ori a  beautifully treed lot. The hou.se is approximately 3/4 finished and an enterprising couple should have a good time  finishing it off to suit their own taste. The  asking price for this hide-away project is  $34,900.  YMCA ROAD: Ranch style home with four  bedrooms"and family room. Through hall,  dining space, large kitchen and living room '  with fireplace. Nicely landscaped lot with  child's playhouse. $49,500.  i 3 . :----: -    ���     ��� ... Zk   GRANDVIEW RD: (off Pine) This lovely  ranch style home is situated on a fully  landscaped 1/2 acre of' land. A three  bedroom home combining ocean view and  acreage privacy?. Huge carport allows for  . tlffe-easy addition of a family room and still  leaves a two stall carport. Master bedroom  ~~and living room haveaccess oTitolfie large  partially covered sundeck. Floor to ceiling  cut rock heatilator fireplace, thermopane  -windows and many other-extras: $63,500."  FIRCREST RD: Brand new quality built home.  The cathedral entrance with wood feature  " "wair leads' you into the large living room  with   feature'wdll   fireplace.   This   three  bedroom 'home has a large family sized  -bathroom and lots-of storage-area~The-  ���basement -awaits  your-finishing loaches. :  The lot is nicely terraced and- ready for  landscaping. Close to schools and shopping.  $47,900.  - UPPER-CHERYL ANNE-PARITRD:-ArcKitecr  designed tudor home in quiet cul de sac-  with some ocean view. This large 1278  square feet three bedroom home must be  seen. Two finished fireplaces, finished rec  room, ensuite plumbing, two sundecks and  the list keeps going on. Situated amongst  ' other quality homes. Front yard landscaped  with many evergreens. Don't buy_befoce-  seeing this home. $64,900.  1402 ALDERSPRING. ROAD: Two storey  home on quiet cul de sac with view  overlooking Gibsons Harbour. Three  bedrooms on main floor. Fully furnished  suite on ground floor. Completely fenced  and in lawn. Close to park, tennis courts and  shopping. $47,500.  NORVAN ROAD: At the top of the hill in'  West Sechelt. This brand new three  ... bedroom home in an extremely quiet,area  offers��incredible~ features. Large 95 x 129'  lot size. Feature lights above the fireplace.  Extra large bathroom with twin seal  skylight. AH this, an ocean view and more.  $49,900. ���  YMCA ROAD: Langdale. Excellent quality  built 2 1/2 year old spacious two bedroom  home with finished basement,' two  bathrooms, two fireplaces. Large 21x13  living room, large kitchen with lots of  _cupboards_Separqte-dining-arear-drapes.-  and many extras. $54,900.  NORTH ROAD: Immaculate 1974 Neonex  mobile home set up on landscaped 50 x 139  pad in Comeau 1>ailer Court. $12,900.  CHEKWELP: Prime waterfront on Chekwelp  Indian Reserve. Three bedrooms, stone  fireplace. A truly-beautiful spot. $36,750.  LOOKOUT AVE: Near new three bedroom  home in good condition on .large view lot in  new" subdivision just past the Sunshine  Coast area in Sechelt. Booting facilities  close by. Owner is transferred and you can  have immediate possession. $52,500.  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD: Three bedroom  hoaie op completely landscaped view;  property in Gibsons. Lawn in front and "back  of home, with small garden. House is very  well kept with separate suite in basement.  Included are stove, fridge, washer and  dryer. $64,500.  FIRCREST PL: Three bedroom home in quiet  rural subdivision surrounded by ALR  properties on all sides. One mile from  schools and. shopping. Large open living  room with fireplace. The full basement has  a finished fireplace for your rec room ideas.  $49,900.  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Well" "kept" Two'  bedroom family home with full basement.  Basement has rec room workshop and  laundry room. New slake roof. Home  features thermopane windows, hot water  heating and low taxes. Grounds are  beautifully landscaped. Large, sundeck fo  enjoy a lovely _waterview of Keats Island  and the Gap, $39,900.  r*T=  CRUCIL-ROAD: "Bright and spacious three-  bed room family view rTomenn" excel lent.-  condition    located    within    easy   walking"  distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  with^builWni-dishwasher    and ���indirect"  lighting. Two fireplaces.  Huge recreation  ~room7~Lots   of   extra   space   in   daylight:  basement for den or extra-bedroom-and  workshop. $62,500.  POPLAR LANE: Three bedroom home with  two;.fireplace's:;,Ensuite in master bedroom.  Full unfinished.basement; double windows.  This home is, in a very convenient location  _close to aH^amenities7-$48;50O; ~���~r~  MARTIty ROAD: You couldn't wish for a  better.centered location in Gibsons being  within easy walking distance to shops,  schools and harbour. Spacious and com-  forfable one level home in excellent condition featuring large living room, thr.ee  'bedrooms, one full bathroom plus powder  room off living area, huge sundeck. Land'  scaped lot and .a beautiful View. $47,500.  FRONTAGE   RD:   Langdale.   Something  special!' Spacious, deluxe family home in  " quiet area on a fabulous view lot with attractive1 landscaping and rock  walls.  For  extra comfort and convenience there are  thermo windows throuighout, efficient hot  water heating, air conditioning, intercom,  Jerin-air   range, ^built-in   oven   and   dishwasher, expensive light fixtures, 200 amp  service,   and   many   more   fine   features*  .Located c|ose. to school  and within, easy  .���vyalking distance to.ferry terminal. All this  for the price of $84,900. >  MALAVIEWRD: Quality built three bedroom  ranch style home on treed landscaped lot in  area of new.homes. Located on quiet cul de  sac providing safety for children and pets.  The home is in immaculate condition and  features separate dining room, wall to wall  Carpeting, spaeipus .kitchen, utility room  and"^~double windows. Easy ~walk to-  elementary school. $46,500.  HANBURY ROAD: Panabode home"featuring  stain glass windows, skylights, and shake  roof situated on 1.2 acres in.Robe'rts Creek.  Flume Creek runs through middle . of  property ..which, includes A-frpme guest  cottage, and 16 x 16 workshop with 220  wiring. Partially cleared and fenced with  -vegetable-garden���$6-77500r���-~^���~���������~  "PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home on 5  acres in Gibsons. Property on both sides are  ^olso-for sale-making-a total pf 15 acres  available for future development. A good  "holding property. $7^500.        ���'���'���'-'��� X'kkkX  -.         . ..     ���,   SHAW ROAD: Incredible Potential. Ranch  'style two bedroom home completely  remodelled. 16 x T2' master bedroom,  fireplace, beautifully landscaped and  fenced grounds." Evergreen hedges add to  the seclusion and privacy-of this hobby form  POPLAR LANE: Stand new three* bedroom  home,   ensuite,   full   basement.   Walking  distance    to    schools,    shopping    and  recreation. Fantastic price for a new home .  of this size.- $45,900.     -  WILSON CREEK: Over one-half acre of incredible land, level with super, growing soil.  Landscaping only requires tidy up/one  bedroom home presehtly rented for $175  per month, shows 'great potential as  revenvejyvj5}.artei-hpme. -$27^990;-���r-^~-r  -wft+TThree outbuildings. But that's not all!  The property is 5 acres with spectacular  view from aver half the property. Fronts on.  'Shaw Road with Stewart Road dedicated on  the view face. Zoned Rl in the Village of  Gibsons. $79,900,  PRATT ROAD: 2.87 acres out of the ALR with  road allowance at back of property. House  is completely remodelled inside. Attractive  fireplace, knotty1 pine kitchen; three large  bedrooms and. den., $55,000.  CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Executive home ori  acrectge over 2100 square feet of floor  area. Two fireplaces, formal living room  and dining room, Family room and eating  area, Double attached garage all on 4.38  acres. Unreplaceable at $97,500.  POPLAR LANE: Three bedrooms, master,has  ensuite. Nice bright kitchen. No need for a  second car in this convenient location.  .$47-t500.- ~ ������-���-  LOTS  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES:  Now Gibsons yiHage has bts^for single wldes, d&uble wides and conventional homes, all op sevyer, water, hydro and all within 3 blocks of the  shopping centre, schools and medical clinic, Come Ih and discuss a unit pn'd  a lot as a package deal with approved banK financing. Lots priced between  $10,900 and $13,900 depending on view and size.  GOWER PT RD at 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property. Approximately 80 x 250'. R2  zonod with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property.  Partially clearod, Close to Gibsons and  close to Ihe beach. $16,900.  SARGENT ROAD: Build your dream home on  this outstanding property In Gibsons most  popular residential aroa. Fabulous vlow of  the Harbour and Georgia Strait, Ovor 65'  street frontago. Easy walking dlstanco to  schools and shops, $17,900.  UPLANDS RDi Tuwanok. Idoal recreation lot  In boautlfully wooded and parklike totting,  Zoned {or trailers, this lot overlbbk* Sochelt  Inlet and the'Lamb Island. $8,900,  " '"*"1" "���      "     -   ' '     '   ������'���������' '���        ��� '    ������'���     ������'" ������'���"������'"'���-ini.      ,  WAKEFIELD RDi Good building lot on.wator  and power overlooking Georgia Strait and  tho Trail Islands, ThU Is a cornor lot In a  newly built-up aroa, $12,300, '  McCULLOUGH RDi WlUon Croek. Close to  ono acro treod property with subdivision  ^R9J��a!.^!UllS"'U f?? r *19.9j ^l^,.,^,..; ���.���,,...,..,���,,,���  COMMERCIAL     WATERFRONT!      With *  wqtorfront at scarco at It Ii thlt double use  lot roproionts real value, $33,000,  SCHOOL ft WYNGAERT ROADSi Only '4 of  those duplox lots left, Beautiful view  proportlos overlooking the Bay, Close ,to  schools and shopping, All lots perfectly  tulted to ilde-by-tlde or up-dow'n duplex  construction. Prlco at $15,300 and $16,300,  CHADWICK RDi 00 x 220 lol wllh good  ocoan view, Slopes slightly to the.ioulh and  has a good building tlto. $14,500, "  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lots  40 x 150 each. One lot has a cottage which  could bo rented, Those lots are mostly  cleafed and roady for building. A spectacular view of the entire Bay aroa and  Keats Island. $27,500,  GRANDVIEW & PRATT: Building lot In a fast  growing droa. Approxlmale size Is 146 x  141 x 74 x 125, Present all offers oh the  asking price of $11,500,  CHADWICK RD: Irregular thapod lot with-  Ivlew pf Howe Soundr-A-gOod-bulldlng titer  $12,000,  SCHOOL ROAD:,Throo vlow lots 73 x 110.  On sower. Throe blocks from schools >and  shopping centra, Cloarod for bulldjng,  $16,000 oach.  ,,. ,i ������~ -  _���_~  i  SMITH RDi Cloarod view, lot close to forry  tormlnal and ocoan ylow, Triangular shaped  lot with good building alto. $U,00Q,  1 -,. .��� i,..,.,  ^_  FAIRVIEW RD: Noarly 1/4 acre of flat easy  to build on land, Mobllo homes aro allowed,  Large codar trees provide privacy and  enhance thlt ���ottlngrciote to Codar'GrciVo  School. $11,900. )���  DAVIDSON RDi 2/3 of an acre wllh a  fanfaitlc vlovy from Langdalo Rldgo, This lol  hat a small creek on the very back of the  property, All now hornet In thlt area,  $14,900,  .      , L .. 3m~~       '  TUWANEKi 80 x MP lot only one block to  b��rch.' Full vlow of fhe inlet, Piped community water available, $9,900.  7JOE ROADrRobertsTCreek^TliiT well kept"  three bedroom family home in a treed  setting of 1.55 acres. Home features large  rec room in the basement plus a spare room  which could be a 4th bedroom and lots of  storage space. Separate dining room.  -���$53,900;;''.  1555 SARGENT ROAD: Custom built home  on a lovely landscaped terraced view lot.  Master bedroom has ensuite and double  closets. Two finished fireplaces, Full  ���basem-eniTwith'finlslTedTerTooFriT^laundry  and workshop, $63,500.  GOWER PT RD at 15th; 1/2 acre waterfront !  view lot, Building site has been excavated !  and septic tank and field In and approved,' j  Steep jo beach but has walkable path. in. I  Hydro and water In, $29,500.' I  PRATT RD: Near Cedar Grove School. This   J  , lot is cloarod and roady to build on. Mature   I  fruit'trees dot this 76 x 125lot. $13,500.     ,    ���  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 1,30. J  Close to shopping and the ocoan. Sewer !  easement of 10' on s.o, side of the lot. J  $12,500. I  p .. __: _- ; _ . 1  PORPOISE DRIVE SANDY HOOK: |.argo loHl  approxlmatoly 122 x 111 with 34 x 140-jj  panhandle entrance* Nice level building I  site. Excellent vlow. QNLY 40 FEET FROM |  THE WATER, You ifiust see this lot to fully |  ���appreciate- the value, $12,000. j  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROADi Robert* Crook,  Largo lot with beautiful troes and some  view on quiet cul de sac In area of fine  homos, Lowly prlcod al $12,500 and tho  ownor will consider terms. Soo this attractive proporty boforo you decide,  LAUREL ROAD; Socholt, On ihe high side of  tho road this Davis Bay view lot will be,all  your droam home ovor Imagined, Prlcod lo  toll and walling for you to build on,  $14,900,  LAUREL ROAD; Socholt. Approximately 72 a,  297' nicely trood, some cloarlng on the loi  will create a  beautiful  Davis  Bay  vlow,  Almost 1/2 acro of view property It hard fo  find, $17,900,      "  LANGDALE RIDGR: Nlco walor vlow Irrim  this bargain priced lo'r"?0,950l .  REDROOFFS ESTATES; 100x230'lot on the  south tide of Southwood Rood, Create your  own ostnlo on this half acro, $10,500,   "  B  :  StyllM IfDt 170 x 127 lol wllh terrific view of  Ihe ocoan, Good building tlte on slightly  sloping land, $14,300,       v  HILLCREST ROADi  tlnly $3,000 down I Balanco by Agreement for Salo will purchase ona of  those boautlful view lott at the end of a quiet cul de sac, All underground  services so thoro Is nothing to mar Ihe view, Theso lots aro cleared and  ready lo bu|ld on. The ravine In front will ensure your privacy, These lott  roprnton,! excellent value, Priced from $13,900.  ,  ACREAGES  \  T-t���  0N(V1��> 3M3".' NnW to Camp Byng. 2 4/2,  acres with limited decest, Leek Creek'rynt  . through this partially cleared level acreage,  rs��ViW'��<V.-J*J.r,-"V |'.������.!wj:i|p^ |.."j|��"Hiv-^..i-.#ni'.(,;iJivT,.1,fl-"-^p|.wJ*''>.p| |'��pv- ~:Aln ��� g '������ >f' -��������������'.��� W. - r..JS����|  Zonod for mobile homes, Excellent for your  ���i"hobbypf-fannr*f19l900r"'"*"*",*T*''',"'"**"i "" *'""'  ^n/V��|< RO/y)i Oltyions;.Excellent'tfi^'W*1  for  trie one  vytio Kol^t  ihlt  potentially  property   on   Maskoll   Rood   ond   Lower  ���Wm'JPf.M'v *��!letl s ocr��l�� tightly cl��atjd^JRob*rt�� Creek��oad..Zoi\ln9 allows lot 4/flr  close   to'  shopping   centre   and   ��choo|s>, acre overage, This Is a quiet rural area only  $39,000. ��������� * "��� ''���rw^^"inllMkrrbmwOlbY6rtir$1'9;900:'",'r,���''���':' "  3*1^1,��''  .'AMn.'iiiir  \  LORRIE GIRARD      JONMcRAE'      ANNE GURNEY     CHRIS KANKAINEN     ARNE PETTERSEN  886-7760 835 3670 886i2164    < 885-3545 886-9793  "V  JAY VISSER     DAVE ROBERTS  885-3300 886-8040  lllllllllllll  \  in- #*,i��ii^^,t.��*��*iwi''^i��'it����i^^  f sir f *.* 'I i ��*!��� ��j��Vs(i*i��ir fi-i  m W�� B/Wi ��flt ��-!*p ) Sii^S   #m<w  ,���.,t-  ���      Im '  .���jj*.,'  <���J-.mmtm  "V* {**���*    *,T��        V* *      }  ����&3H!-'il"^fl*BSi:>iiBS(S0t(pj!:��ills  I I  \   . 71  \ I      ,..'   it   f ,!  I I  )���  >\ ���> i  i      .  '   !  ���    I X   I  ,    '*  I \ v  -'-A  =&=  ~A  ��>  u  Saving mortgage money-  Mortgage financing is the  only method by which most  people are able to buy their  own homes. *" '  There have been many  criticism of the cost of  borrowing mortgage money,  and many mortgagors are not  given information on how to  increase their payments as  their incomes- increase in  order to .save considerable  mortgage interest.  ���\#hen=^^��lytng=foF-=*=  jrjortgage or reviewing it, pay  close attention {to prepayment  privileges.  If j you  use  the  Role of the  real estate agent  prepayment privilege wisely  and regularly you can save  many dollars and years of  mortgage debt. One example  of mortgage cost saving is  based on a forty thousand  dollar loan at eleven per cent  over thirty five years in which  it was calculated that an  additional twenty dollar per  month payment resulted in a  saving ofapproximately forty  one thousand dollars over the  4ive^f=ihe-moEtgager-r-r���������������  A minimum monthly  mortgage payment habit  could becoirie expensive!  ^J^i^,S^3xBmn^oucw  Why did the man  throw.his pants  out the window?  Because he heard  the newsboy Shouting ...  -'TREE PRESS"  >M^  and I'll bring you luck.  . If't.fJs  I'm a bunny and a duck ... love me  Fire  PageB-6 The Peninsula Times November 1,1978,  insurance  -   Each year Canadians loi  millions of dollars through firl  damage, and these losses are  continuing to escalate.  Even more sad than the  actual-loss of a structure itself  is the trauma of losing  precious family momentos or  valuable collections that are  irreplaceable.  Property   owners  should  give a great deal of thought to  ==4nsuranee=e&yerage��and  a broker or agent check with  several companies for the best  quote on your behalf. Be sure  you understand the terms and  conditions of loss, and that  antiques, jewellry, important  papers, are listed "fully.  Ask your neighbourhood  real estate agent for a copy of  the HOUSEHOLD INVENTORY pamphlet, and lfet  your assets ��nd their values  arefaHy?^  "      *���  Mitten  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure  885-3295  SECHELT  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  When a seller purchaser  requires the service and  assistance of a real estate  licensee, remuneration for  this service is a commission  out of the price paid to the  seller. This does not mean that  only the seller is protected,  because as middleman, the  agent also protects the interests of the buyer. Licensed  professional real estate people  operate under the Real Estate  Act and Real Estate Boards'  Codes of Ethics which demand  that interests of both buyer  and seller be protected. Also  as a matter of practicality, the,  agent wants both buyer and  seller as future clients or  satisfied customers who will  recommend, him for further.  business. Those vendors and  buyers x^ho need the  assistance of real estate  personnel in their purchase or  sale can depend on a licensed  agent who belongs to {j>Real  Estate Board with firm codes  and standard  HOMES  HOMES  People -inthe-inarket fo^^-home  The residential home you  buy is probably the biggest  investment you will ever  make, so plan it as carefully  as you would plan an investment portfolio. Study your  lifestyjeLand decide what you  .[iked most for your family. Set  your priorities down on paper  .. . with the most important  items first. Price, down  paymefTf~^avSfla6fc ~ and  monthly payments are  probably the most important  to every buyer.- Then space  needs . ���. . number of  bedrooms'; bathrooms .  .  .  -recreational or family area  and   other   conveniences.  will be able to check his  listings for the properties that  fall within your own  guidelines... and you'll soon  be viewing a number of  properties in order to make  the all-important choice of a  home of your own.  Location is important ��� do  you need to be near public  schools... private schools...  a college? When your needs  are written down, contact a  local reaFehtaJe agent who  has the services of the Real  Estate Board's Multiple  Listing Service available. He  Operation  Lifotijle  Signs-that-the-alcohoLdrinlt..  _eMs_^lteady_in_the_hazar=-  dous drinking zone may include nervous tension, agression; - loss "'of - confidence,  lack of responsibility and  dependence on alcohol for a  feeling pf well-being. Don't  let" your Lifestyle lead you  to an alcoholic disaster.  HOMES  Roberts creek $4o,soo  Lovely view from this large private  lot. Older 2 bdrm home, roomy  kitchen and nook, lots of cupboard  space, spacious living room that  opens onto a slate patio,surrounded  by shrubs & ornamental trees. This  property is made for a young family.  Phone Suzanne for viewing.  GRANTHAMS $30,000  Looking for a home overlooking the  sea and Isles? Want to be  surrounded by peace and friendliness? Granthams is looking for;  ~yourThis two bedroom house needs.-  inside painting and some tender  loving care to the garden. Wonderful  buy for a-young person's first home.  $4000 down will get you Into this  handyman's special. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing.  "ROBERTS CREEK-HWY 101  This unique 8 quality home is offered  for your inspection. Has 6 bedrooms,  huge-4U4ag^AoniJwilhiioocJQxeiiing_  rock fireplace. Kitchen has brick  heatifator. 5 1/2 acres with live  stream not stripped. Call for details  and ideas if you would like to be the  proud owner of this ~ interesting  property. Call Ann Ibbitson.  DAVIS BAY-VIEW I $53,000  This immaculate view home has  approx 1092 sq ft on main floor-plus  ground level third bedroom, rec  room, workshop & utility. Paved  driveway to , carport, landscaped,  Look for ��� sign on Greer Rd near  Chapman. For more info please call  Corry Ross. -  LANGDALE $99,500  Semi-waterfront with beach access.  Spectacular view pf Gambier Island  and Howe Sound. Three bdrm, ;2  bathrooms,, indirect lighting and two  fireplaces are a few of the features  - of this spacious home^Lots of privacy  on this parklike property situated  on the north side of the ferry sJifi_on  Smith Road. Don't miss seeing this  homeTTaTTTerri Hanson tor more  details.  GIBSONS $49,500  Here is a home with a  basement  " where thje chiIdren carTdoTheFthing  without   disturbing   anyone.  Large  convenient kitchen, lots of counter  and cupboard space. Spacious yet  cozy living room with a fireplace, 3j  bdrms upstairs and a possifile,4th iri-  -the-basement,-close4o-all-amenities^_  Call Suzanne Dunkerton to view this W'  "lovelyliome;  ~" ���^-^  WESTSECHELT '        $61,500  Magnificent ocean view from this  sparkling clean two bedroom home.  Well built and insulated with double  pane wihdows. Extra guest suite for  your weekend visitors. Call Terri  Hanson for more interesting details.  GIBSONS reduced $4000 to $62,500  Here is a three bedroom home built  with quality' & care. Heatilator  fireplace in living room set against a  feature cedar wall. Full ensuite off a  large master bedroom. Finished rec  room with a Schroader airtight.  Workshop and utility area with an  entrance from the carport. Please  Call Suzanne Dunkerton for viewing.  PRATT ROAD $53,000  -Handsome-fireplace-for-those-cozy-  winter nights. Carport and 12x20  workshop, separate dining room,  wood panelling, large kitchen are a  few features that enhance this  spacious home. Situated on one acre  of excellent soil. Call Terri Hanson  .ior^viewing. .,  GIBSONS $35,500  .Four bedroom older home with  a  large   separate   dining   room,   full  ^feasSrfreTitrl'tBBdsTwork but is,asolf;jr  family home. Assumable mortgage of  $29,500, Vendor will carry 2nd. Then  ^youcanmake thisyour home with a-  sniaJLdownipjaymentJ__CdlLAnn_Jb!L-  -.bltson.p" ��� . ������  DAVIS BAY   / .;���������  $72,950  Excellent family home located on  view lot. This 1536..sq ff home  . features large master bedroom with  ensuite, view living room with  fireplace, sundeck, dining room and  a very large kitchen. Full downstairs  TcrtjC^dBvelopecHo^yaur^taste;������  WATERFRONT  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT $79,500  We offer for your inspection this fine  three bedroom home with unimpeded view and path - to pebbly  beach. Cedar and glass abound in  this thoughtfully planned house. A  cozy fireplace, hardwood floors and  quality rugs grace this charmer. Call  Ann Ibbitson for an appointment to  view.  SANDY HOOK $27,500  Well located view lot approx 70 x  200' on Coracle Road. Sign on. Call  Corry Ross,  SECRET COVE $70,000  Approx 370' of waterfront with SW  exposure.' Older  2   bdrm   cottage,  "~pfivat,e"~do"ck"~with "good "sheltered-  moorage. Call Corry Ross.  COMMERCIAL  TRAILER PARK $225,000  20    spaces,    tentative    for    more.  -Property is oyer 6 acres with view of  Trail Islands; Good revenue. Call Ann  Ibbitson for details. ���-'   ������.. .  ���.     . ��������*'��� ������-.- .,.-       X?.  ���~-~t0Ta--���-  NORWEST BAY ROAD    -      $23,500  ~Twp^lotsr-side~by^side,   ideal   for   mobUeciftbme_^sites Buy���both���for-  privacy   pnd    investment    or   buy  separately. Call Don Sutherland.  s.   TUWANEll  \Here is the country retreat for you.  Cbzy cottage ori treed lot, not far  _Jram_Jjaach^Skylight    and   freestanding  fireplace,   great   value   at  ���$li.i5Q0. Call Terri Hanson. _ __J_-  LOTS  TUWANEK:RECREATIONAL    $19,500  Ideal recreational property. Solid  cabin on treed lot, close to the beach.  Call Terri Hanson for more details.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS $10,000  Build your country retreat and enjoy  the Inlet view of mountains and  water. Lot is serviced with telephone  and underground wiring. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton.  SELMA PARK  Large building lot In developed area.  Some lovely trees. Build at the back  and'retain your privacy in the front.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton.  SANDY HOOK $8,000  Sun,   sea   and   mountains   can   be  "viewedfrbmtKis buildiriglot: Areal"  money saver, asking a modest price.  Call Ann Ibbitson.  ACREAGE  ACREAGES TRAILER $38,000  Largely  cleared  into   bright,  sunny  homesite. Good well, driveway in,  ---.U.aLljat-setup.on-padr-quiet-locationr-";  ���CaH-Ann-ibbJtson-to-view>. -������;  ROBERTS CREEK  '��� . _ ��� $507000"  _4:3~actes-in ^upper-Roberts- Creek.-  Large three bedroom family home -'���  4th bedroom unfinished. Livingroom  large & comfortable featuring logs  - across the ceiling. Large kitchen with  a family atmosphere. Vegetable  garden has had lots of "goodies" put  into;it and the soil is excellent. Here  is a property where a family can'  grow.   Call, Suzanne  Dunkerton   to  -view.        ��� ��� ���-���  DON SUTHERLAND  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRY ROSS  885-9250 '  _SU2ANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver  139 West 16fh Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver  ' 3343 Kingsway  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  Surrey,      '  10474 137th Street  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy _���  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  MEMBER ��� OF "RELOCATION SERVICES  CANADA' REFERRAL SYSTEM  1-/+??*����'  < ,  .���un,'   ���>!�� �������� >'' UUi"   ' *\ M  Hh^^ppWpiipWfclpf!**^ i >n-  >^      s^1  I   '"  I       I  I'     ���   I '/ If 7 f  II      i   I-  h-  ' ." . > >  =e*=  .i. i  t...  W" M1, ���">���*�� *y>-y<��.  Minerals by the month  Wednesday, November 1,1978  . volunteer driver  Kathleen Haugh.  Volunteer Helpline   Drivers needed to  transport housebound  Have you ever considered what it would  be like to get into the village f of a doctor's  appointment ��� if you did jnot have a car?  Most of us tend to take our cars for granted  "and justgo f ronOTto B���until they are not  working.  , There are many people here on the  peninsula who do not have any form of  transportation of their own. j>ome are too  elderly to be able to drivelheir.own cars  even if they had "them. Some people are  -housebound-becausethey-arelooking-after���  a sick or handicapped person.  Have you the time to drivg someoner  even occasionally, for an outing or to a  doctor's  appointment?   Drivers  and_  visitors are needed in all parts of the  Sunshine Coast.  In the Gibsons area, drivers are needed  to transport clients to the Adult Day Care.  Clients are taken to Jthe Day Care Centre  about 9:30 a.m. and return hontle about',  2:30 p.m. It is hoped that several people  might be willing to share this task on  Tuesday and Thursdays. Also needed in  the .Gibsons area are volunteers to visit  elderly people. Could you share a craft or  household skill with the elderly?  In Pender Harbour, volunteers are  needed to transport people to the Health  Clinic. Could you spend some timeivith an  ^invalid so that his wife could get out of the  house for short periods? Also needed in  this area are visitorsto elderly people and  someone to help a partially handicapped  person become more physically fit. What  time can you spare? ~ ~ - ~ - * ���  In Sechelt a volunteer is needed tcj read  to a senidr citizen who go loves to read but  is unable to do so. A school is looking for a  person with artistic skills to help in the  Centuries ago, when many of the an  cient peoples were of similar beliefs and  faiths, they followed charts pertaining to  their monthly food consumption, the belief  being that the body required larger  amounts of a vitamin or mineral during  certain months or season than it does at  other times.  According to this chart, the minerals  most beneficial to the human system for  the month of t October are magnesium,  copper and zinc. The foods that should be  ^'6ficenfrafeaTfir^  (unless one's metabolism requires a  vegetarian diet) eggs, milk, dried fruits  and yellow vegetables.  During a time of changing seasons,  specially from summer to winter, it is  important to keep the bodily system strong  with a high resistance level, yet at the  same time to eat sparingly in order to give  the stomach a rest from the overindulgence of the past suipmer '"kid  autumn months.  To complete the year according to this  ancient chart, stemming from a time when  our most common diseases of today were  virtually unknown, the rest is as follows;-  For November one must look to  phosphorus, calcium and manganese for  better heatlth and should eat as many as  possible of the following foods: asparagus,  figs, carob, sage, cauliflower, turnips,  turkey, chicken and wild game.  In December, nutrition should include  phosphorus, sodium and iron, and one  should consider in his diet, fish, especially,  halibut and cod, whole grains, lean meats,  baked potatoes, peas corn and beans.  In order to have perfect health, we are  subject to the laws_of nature, which_may_  require at times that we break agreements  with our traditions.  Remember, good health is our birthright, but few people are so fortunate.  Withfome effort ajiWiscipline regarding-  our eating habitsTperfect health is attainable, and perhaps the thought of a  "flourishing" world community is not so  remote. This will come about-only-through -  minds based on healthy bodies. Happy  eating! ��� Jeff Brown, The Fitness and  Recreation Service.  The Peninsula Times  Page  LET YOURSELF GO DOWNHILL  i    ,    /���      *     r  Z^y  icvan m  parmapacnani  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right*  Crafts Fair  November 18,19  The Ways and Means Committee of the  Roberts Creek Community Association  are sponsoring a Crafts Fair November 18  and 19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Roberts  development-of-a4anguage-aFts-program;���Creek-community hall?���;  Sponsors are needed to supervise people The fair will feature a wide variety of  involved in the community probation local crafts, a white elephant sale and  program. Wooden toys and jig saw puzzles   food. Any crafts people interested in  are needed for a day care program.  If you would like to investigate further  some of these opportunities, please contact the .Volunteer Bureau at 885-3821.  participating can call Randy Tame at 886-  9324 to reserv^a^space. Donations.J��-tlie  white elephant sale can be dropped off at  the Seaview Market." (no clothing please).  Our Winter Tire Sale  continues at...  COASTAL TIRES  DRESSES AND SKIRTS  BACKGAMMON SET  $9.50-$13.00-$25.00  SALE IN EFFECT AT:  1 mile West of Gibsons, Highway 101  886-2700  Sunnycrest Shopping Center  Gibsons, B.C.  Cowrie Street,  Sechelt, B.C.  .i..i-���  p .<���;������.")���-*-.���    '   .  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Ports * Sales * Sorvlco  'Rotor Lalhor Sorvlco lor Disc Brakos  and Drum Brakos  ' Valvo and Soal Grinding  /All Mbkos Sorvicod       Datsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Socholt  885-5181  BLASTING  Tod's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  .fSli. WORK FULLY INSURED  .   * Basements " Driveways * Soptlc Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call lor a froo astlmato anytlmo  003-2734      "Air Track AvallabU".     883-2385  lE'DOOMCY"*���������"-  pfNDERHARDOOR"  COAST BACKHPE.& TRUCKING LTD.  * Controlled Blasting  * Soptlc Tanks Installod  FULLY INSURED'FREE ESTIMATES  883-2274  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C RENTALS & BUILDING  -v. SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madolra Park Phone 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  |the Plywood People)  ALL PLYWOOD  Exotic and Construction   "' ��� "IpariolUng-Doftrs-Wlbuldlngs ' "   Cluas -'Insulation  Hwy 101 Gibsons 886-9221  ,������*<������"'"ir  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  with Rodl Mix plants  In Socholt & Pondor Harhour  Backhoot - Dumptrucki - Sand A Gravel  ...     ��� .Porpoise Boy Rd., Box 179, Sechelt     '  Ph. 885-5333 or 085-9666  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Business, Cards, Wodding Invitations,  Lottorhoads, Envelopes,  ftaf Ho Tickets,  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  CONTRACTORS  BUD'S TRUCKING   ���  ^SAND^GRAyEL.vfJU   In��l dopondablo service  .PHONE 886-3952        tf .   ���-'������ kkon 27ftp,'Olbion��-n-����."�� '  "���<���������.��*#( :v.v ���;�����-**....,,i "*���**��: : ��*���<  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  CM. CONTRACTING  Painting & Insulation  Free Eslmatos  You Name It��� We'll Do It  L        885-9272  Box 1583, Sechelt, B.C.  M.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING - EXCAVATION ��� TRUCKING  Comploto Slto Preparation    Murray Warman Halfmoon Bay  885-5648  ���- . ,\'77. ".;���������-  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck ��� BackhoeN Cat  Wator, Sowor, Drainage Installation  Land Cloarlng  )    , FREE ESTIMATES  DISPOSAL SERVICES _,  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD,  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Toll 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Container* AvallabU  ELECTRICIANS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical .Contractors  Residential A Commercial Wiring  Polo Lino Installation*  Eloctrlc Honllnn  Ran Sim 885-2062  iftickSlm  k  Doqi your Club or Group  Roport Hi A(J|vlt|o* Regularly ta "ihm'vmn'f\ J  '*S- ", "* ���  - ���      ''*'   *   i-'   ' ��� v)  FLOORING ���CABINETS  CABINETS - CARPETS - LINOLEUMS  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box'694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennet, sales managor  Phono 886-2765   '  KEN DeVRIES & SON LTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS ��� TILES - LINOLEUMS -DRAPES  GIBSONS * SECHELT  , 885-3424  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kltchon Cabinets .,  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Thoatro, Gibsons  HEATING  SECHELT HEATING  ' & INSTALLATION  Gn��. Oil li Elaclrie Furriocos  F'lroplor.oB, Shoot Motal  Wayne Brackett Box 72��  Ph. 886-2466     . Socholt, B.C.  LANDSCAPING  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPJNG  Landscapihg * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahaihl  Call utter six 885-9890  i ; 1 ; :   For QuIck.Roiult* l/,t��o'Tlmos' Adfirlnf*  ..to  ' ** ��-��'.��^ra "">������ A"V..Swap,otc.  PAINTING  ANDY'S PAINTING  Professional Interiors Exterior Painting  '   Froo Estimate  Commercial & Residential  885-5407  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD. ""  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Gll% Ave. Burnaby  PRINTING SERVICE  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  "~ PKonoW)5^23T  RENTALS  j A.C. RENTALS LTD.  \ TOOLS * EQUIPMENT  RENTALS *SAU55.  Easy-Strip Concrete forming System*  " Compressors ��� Rolollllors ��� Generators  1 Pumps ��� Earth Tampofi  Sunshine Coast Hwy A Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park Ph. 883-2585  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  Roof|rigSupply.,Cor)tre  -    ���'.*   tlMlC'HP   '"���" "   '   'h���'p-  * *   I * ~m-       -       v   m* tmm/mmmmmmt^mm^ftri^mmvg^ml^mm^m^ts^^^  SHOE REPAIRS  SHOE & LEATHER REPAIR  ,    ,   Field Road  2nd houso bohlnd Homostoad Rostaurant  , CORKING BOOTS  Open Mon.,- Sat., 9 a.m, -5 p.m.  885-5424       .     '  TIRES  --   ��� *OASTALTJRES  I    Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C,  886-2700  SALES & SERVICE  All Brands Avallablo  Monday lo Saturday, 0:30 am to 5:30 pm  Friday ovonlng by appolntmont only  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  ,Coraplol.9jroe,S��i.yico. ,.,.���,,.. ,,.*...  Prompt, Guarantood, Insured Work  Prices Yo,u fan trott  Phone i, Rlsbey,  885-2109  1Jl^ys To Use The Times' Directory Advertising  .'>        ,; 1   ,,^(i^���'���>���������'���1-"*,'  7 *+*������>  ���/'..  __ .._^,,_  \  \'*  *&ri!!?i&tWM*'^^!&lt>nlVi'fc>^WK&&Z^^  I ' ��� > y  i    yy  \  PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 1,1978  j.    ��-    ���-  -agl ;-r--A -  ���     I  ���     .     %<i        H tj    ;-  �����,'. .  L,  ���N.  ���^>i  ^FANTASTIC  PLASTIC  HANGING  LAMPT?  [assorted colo/s]  COCO DOOR MATSN  15.95-522.95  $A39  EA.  1. i  MAHOGANY  BI-FOLD DOORS  ROTARY ~.  2,6"x6'8" 4'0"x6'8"  2 panel 4 Pdnel  $1579    $278*  FULL LOUVERED  2'6"x6'8"  2 panel  $32T9  4,0"x6'8"  4 pa nol  $5679  PRE-HUNG MAHOGANY INTERIOR  DOORS  Framed and hinged ready for quick and easy installation.  Drilled for lockset. Unfinished ��� for  Interior  use only.  Available in two sizes:  2;6"xcV8"xl   3/8"  and 2'8"x6'8"xl 3/8"  L99  Century Cedar  A^jLfsA'i  CLEAR WESTERN RED CEDAR  PANELLING  REVERSIBLE������aw textured or smooth face  TONGUE & GROOVE -for a perfect fit  EASY TO APPLY  each package covers 23 sq. ft. ,�� ^m. aqq  assorted 1 ft-8 ft lengths ��PjU"  Jlnlshod board size 5/16"x3-7/16" JiV BUNDLE  t#  No special skills required and all you need Is cr  low   ilmple   tools,   Permanent,   completely  fireproof and weatherproof. Z-Brlck Ii eoilly  Installed Indoor or outdoor. One carton covers  5-6 sq. ft.  IN STOCK  RED       $g49  Z-BRICK  Z-DRICK  CTN  A;*,-?  mmm  T'J  .Uu��fSfksXm$^  ���y m mfp^ ���  i      -*^^* ��    J      Xm*y  i >?��  7  24"  AMERICAN  BEAUTY  Made by  Belwbod.^the^ American   provides ^j  unsurpassed beauty and durability. Comes In *P"  whTTe-et walnut with a one-plSce vanity top  feoturfn'g  integral  bowl  and  backsplash  in  .antique-white marble finish. ^ Tap Set not Included  V,  A  )  * -  imLWsm  \^\_Wmm  ���i '  \  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  mmn*nmm*r**��0t  ('      '  f:rjAitA;��i,.~:r.r,-r:tYiii-m*,: |  f). n  ���!<H.  '    *,"  *P��"������^i"i��*w(nii-iai  -"V  \.  \,':A .i.  to&m*fc/3&m*>i>i  **^^l����tea!��^Wii,*#-l!iw^��iPWf*9*  T  ^^^KWMIWW^***<'<W  ,N-  yarr**  lWI��1��*Wt*��|tjS.1����  .    pp.l-rt^W ft   i**** Ht*t -t^ mjm^m  jf .��inRi*|sA*fl,sEiP*��ri5 "Maws* ^��*,AWssMi ��-*  'l \  !���    ' .*&  A, X  :i    ' j  - /  -m, ''  -���- ^.vi^iA. *-"��� ^ &*&  ��*���>, i-A f >    ���>%.  wmmmmm  8$ *�� xxx *Axr*Xk tt sS  ,%  *_. ',-i  >;;  icv ^  Section C  Wednesday, November 1,1978  'A*   *  Pages 14  *#���  '   \  Fitness service takes off  Every Friday: Fitness Testing, 12 noon  to 1 p.m. Fitness and Recreation Service  office (next to Manpower office, ^Wharf  St.)  Blood^Pressure Clinic, 1-4 p.m., Trail  Bay Mall. Both these are cancelled for'  November 3 only.  EXERCISE DANCE CLASS  * *-��\\ women who like to dance  ' choreographed routines and who would  like to exercise to be able to do it better are  invited to join an advanced Aerobic Dance  and Exercise Class being held on Mondays  from 4 to 6 p.m. in;ihe mezzanine of  Pender Harbour High School Gym.  * * The class features an hour of aerobic  dance designed to exercise and stimulate  Ladies golf  By AUDREY McKENZIE  Tuesday, October 24th, was the final  day of the Ladies Golf Season. A social ft  hole tournament, with teams of four,  playing selective shots, was played.  Winners,  with  a  41,  were  Doreen  Matthew's team of Greta Patterson, Rita  Hincks and Lenora Inglis. Second with 42��  udrey^^cKeTiczii^f^affi^ol^^OTg^^  Arbuckle, Hazel Wright and OUye Shaw.  Fifty^oladieirattended-t^  the cardio-vascular system, while at the  same time strengthen and tone the  muscles of the arms, legs and torso. Thisls  preceded by an hou^&&��tretching, limbering and balancl^ra^ements.  And the advanced aterobic dance music  has even more bounce and rhythm than  the beginning songs, complete with Hustle  moves and other modern dance routines.  This class is definitely a dancer's delight  and may .make you one if you're not  "already. For more information please call  the recreation service at 885-5440 or Robi  Peters at 883-9923. - - ���  MOMS AND TOTS EXERCISES l  Besides the Moms and Tots exercise  sessions at the United Church Hall in  Gibsons on Tuesdays from 9:30 to 11:30  a.m., slightly different classes are being  held in Sechelt on Mondays and Thursdays  fr_QmJLto_10_a.m. in,St. Hilda's Hall. These  classes are for both Moms and-Tots to  participate in and tots are not only encouraged to join in the movements with  mom if they so desire,- but a time i$  specifically set aside for moms to.help'  them with some movements of their own.  These classes are divided into fou^  segments. First, there is 15 minutes of,  limbering^nd^arm^up^xerGises^oli'  b^l^TfflOTtes^oTYoga. Then there is 15  minutes of aerobic dance and#finally a  Comnrftlge'C  reported on the eventful year for the  Ladies of the Golf Club.  Competitive games were held Ori 30  onsecutiye Tues^ys, and thanks to the  bea^itif.ul~Sunshine CoastwsatliernKtone"  day w��is rained but..        ; ��;  An eight member Team won the Cup  for the second year^in^a two game Inter-  club match with Squami��lKQoljf Club. ���'���  Zone   Two   Area   of   B^CvWlower  mainland)   introduced  a   Third^eam  competition this year and our Club proudly^  brought home the Trophy.  We played at Seymour Gold Club, in the  Provincial finals and lost by only .'one  point. Team members and spares were Lil  Bullied, Kay Budd, Eileen Evans, Lil  Fraser, Norma Gaines, Audrey McKenzie,  Vera Munro, Jessie: Pritchard, Glenna  Salahub and Mardi Scott.  . Trophies ; presented were Club  Championship, won by Virginia Douglas;  jgniQt^adiwJBnjphy^  to School Trophy, Adeline Clarke; ;Ruth  Bowman Trophy, Doreen Matthews; Most  improved Golfer Trophy," fttardi Scott and  Nine Hole players tournament, Hazel  Wright. .;-.���",..  : Our Club Pin was won by Glenna  Salahub and Wilma Sim recorded the only  hole-in-one for the Ladies.  That old cliche "Practise makes Perfect" proved true for those who Were"busy  improving their game through the year.  Helen Milburn and Vera Munro each  collected four individual prizes for the 18  hole competitions and in the Nine holers,  Eleanor Dann and Greta Patterson each  received three.  Handicap Chairman, Audrey Jost  reported a great reduction in handicaps''  this year with Kay Mittelsteadt reducing 7  strokes, Eileen Evans and, Audrey  McKenzie each 6 strokes and Doreen  Mathews 5. The exception was Mardi,  Scott, a pupil of Roy Taylor's Winter Golf  lessons for beginners, two years ago,  Mardi started this season with a 38 handicap and through her enthusiasm and  hard work cut 10 strokes to a 28 handicap,  This year a Past-Captain's Pin was  established and all previous Captains were  thanked for their contributions and  dedicated work for bringing Ladies Golf  up tothe standards it is today.  Past Captains honored, since the Club's  inception In 190!), wero Virginia Douglas,  Lee Redman, Doreen Gregory, Belle  Dube, Norma Gaines, Lenora Inglis,  Molra Clement, Eileen bvans and LU  Bullied, ... , '  Elected Officers for 1979 are Ladles  Captaln.Mlesslo Pritch|ardj Vice Captain,  IJolon Milburn; Scc.-Trcas., I/Ma Comrlo;  Match Chairman, Wilma Sim; Handicaps,  Betty laidlaw; Rules, Mardi Scott and  Publicity, Audrey McKenzie.  * Tuesday marked the end of our  organized golf, but not the end of golf for  our ladles. Any sunny day, through tho  fall and winner, you will seo f.ady Golfers  out enjoying their game orPour lovely  course, one of tho prottlostand greatest,  assets on tho Sunshine Coast.   *  tjfflbling_session where'  ycniiigstei'S ^^^^^wr^afliSff"and-  muscular control necessary to master  basic Uunhling movements.  Thesse classes are open to women with  or^itout~children7~The~feer is $1 per  session. For more information_please call  585-5440 or Carole Leibel at 885-5279.  KIDS' BASKETBALL gLINICS  To introduce children and teenagers to  the rulesTand game of basketball, the  Fitness aiid Recreation Service-is spon-  sing basketball clinics every Saturday  .morning from 10:30 to 12:30 in the gym at  itgjech School, beginning November 4.  To beled^r John Grames, these sessions  are free and^e open to students of all  ages. They haVebee^planned to acquaint  the participants with^he^rules and basic  moves of basketball^ ancrtd^aflow them  time to practice and to play the g&m^All  that is required of the students is tow  running shoes..For more information  about these basketball clinics, please call  ^^���Rgei.eation Service at-885j440.���-~1-:-  MEN'S BASKETBALL             -  All men who would like to get together  once or twice a week and get a workout by  playing basketball are invited to join in  any of the games going on at the following  times and locations: Sechelt Elementary  Gym on Wednesdays from 8:30 to 10 p.m.,  Elphinstone gym on Sundays from 5 to 7  pjra,; Pender Harbour Senior Secondary  Stompers stomp  Raiders 3-1  The Wakefield Stompers defeated the  Gibsons' Raiders 3-1 in Sunday's senior  league match.  Goal scorers for the Stompers were  Gary Radymski scoring one and Ai  Nickerson with two. John Kruse played an  excellent! game in goal, and. defehceman  John NicKerson and Kelly Bonerack also  played welMor Wakefield.  �����/��  On the rocks  ��� by Fat Edwards  League curling is going full swing, but  there is still-room formore rinks. JLyou-  are interested, call the rink and leave your  name with Gus.  The men's open bonspiel will be held on  November 24, 25 and 26, and the local  quota of 16 rinks is already filled. Looks as  if Jhe memare well on_the_way to-another  successful 'spiel.  The semi-annual general meeting will  be held on November 28 at 8 p.m. in the  lounge. All curlers are urged to keep this  night open for a very important meeting."  ���������-.���..PLEASE CLIP-������������.  SUNCOAST  ARENA  WEEKLY SCHEDULE  j  ^TOBHCTSKAtlNG"     j  | TEENS |  r  y,     ^ 6:45-8s45 pm |  FAMILY  SUNDAYS 1:45-3:45 pm  Admission.  Adults $ 1 >50 - Students $ 1.0<*  Children 75c  I  ���'.������   ��� ytAiAss&s&S^m?*?*' '���:' *  ���i^s^mign^"'1''-  MOMS & TOTS  (and DADS)  GYPSY, plays in Hudson Creek  where Gibsons Wildlife Club menr*  bers have' dammed sections of the  creek to make it easier foiLspawning  salmon to travel the fast-flowing  waters. Gypsy belongs to club,  iember John Hind Smith. ~, i  WEDNESDAY  12:15-2:15 pm  news  . The pre-season free ice time was well  used, and what a delight it was to see so  many new faces out trying the sport;  The Opening Bonspiel was just as  i._^gratifyingrwitha-good-turnqut:%TheLSpieL  was TiighHghfed' by a delicious' bihner,  thanks to Faye Hansen and Associates.  ^^JQancing was enjoyed to music by the  Music Man from Powejl River who is  Too much bench time slows  you down. Get active. Get in  shape and put yourself  in-the clear.  -   Fltnessisfunr  . Try some.  paRTiapaman,  'cnan^m  j THURSDAY 2:004:00 pm |  ............... ^j^jjjjjjp/..,.  Attolts $ 1,00- Children 50  ��� SNACK BAR pPEN i  I INTERESTED IN FORMING |  I^^^^BROOM^IIPKAGUE^^"  I PHONE 885-5717 j  Practices: Practices have begun, and  teams are being rearranged as to equality  mm...^. mmmmma^tma. uwuw Ww��,.������      as well as car pools etc. New registrations  Teams will be formed each evening from   will have a gbod sized team when we begin  stat;  Soccer stats  Trail Bay Sporta fl, Secholt Ixigiou l-fo 0,  Socholt Shop Easy 0, Cozlo Court Motol  0, <      , '        '        '..'."���.  Secholt Building Suppllos 7, GlbHons V  Roberts Creek I -oglon vs Rentals and  Building Supplies to bo played Nov. 1.)  after school. ,' '  '."; iWoiiKSTANblNins " : """' ��� "  /s P W   L  T   Pts  SecheltiMdR. Supplies, ft fl   0   0  Trail m^Sports 4 3  Secholt iiglon 140,.,..fl 2  nobTiWCifeiT^glon ,3 2  *"*"*7V;C:Rcntnln nnd i^idg. Supplies a i  Socholt Shop Easy ,,,,fl 1  Cozlo Court Motel ,,,,,'4 0  Gll^onsM 1   0  , those present, and play will be fast, fun  and informal. There is a possibility that if  sufficient interest is shown, regular teams  and a league could develop, but for now no  formal teams will be organized; Anyone  wishing more information about these  games call the Recreation Service at 885-  5440. (Note: games have already started  ih Gibsons ahd Pender Harbour, but won't  begin in Sechelt UntihNovember.)  Ladies bowl  October 18: Flo Turner 217; Shirley  Campbell 216 (592); Lynn Pike 271 (624);  Vera Summenfelt 256; Phyllis Handford  207; Erna Cole 214; Judy Sim 206; Dayle  Siebert 206; Ev Chappell 241, 241, (638);  Penny Whiting 211.'  October 25: Judy Sim 206, 220 (595);  Brenda Siebert 253, 237, ,(689); Hilda  Mitton203,(522); Dayle Siebert 208, (557);  Pat Gibson 238 (587); Lil McCourt 227  (58U); Pat SqUires 215 (458); Phyllis  Handford 213 (595); kimono Morris 208  (554).  Bananas  down Chiefs  Tho Pender Harbour Bananas scalped  tho Sechelt Chiefs 9-3 in tholr first win ln  this season's soccer action.  The victory camo after suffering flvo  defouts at tho hands of the Chiefs who had  taken all tho honors In tho six game series.  Top Bananas during tho > match wore  Potor Kenney who waa singled out for all  around excellence, and Horblo August  noted fpr his good defensive, work,.   ,'  playing games.  Players: JUst a note to the players; as a  courtesy to your coach, if, you know you  will be unavailable for a game,or practice  please let one of your coaches know. He  then can goto a lower league and look for a  replacement for you.  WEEK"No. 3 SCHEDULE  Thursday, November 2:  7:15 to 8:45 p.m. midget reps and  midget:No;l.p"     ���,���> ,...,;!,:;,  Saturday, November 4:  ��� 10:30: Bantam No. 1 and No. 2.  .11:45 Bantam reps ahd midget No. 2.  1:00 Midget No, 2 and No. 3.  2:15 All pups  3:15 All Atoms  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5  ���8:00 All Atoms  9:15 Peewee No.2 and No.3,      ���  *   10:30 Peewee reps and No.l.  12:05 Midget No.2 and No,3.  6:15 Juvenile -Junior No.l and No.2.  always, popular here. .  Sunday's playoffs provided some fun  and games resulting id two Skips curling  the final game under very binding circumstances! ',     ":.X'    7  A new Rink to watch for this year is the  -BrooksRinkrcomposed-oHour boys-from���|  Chatelech Jr. High, they showed some  real impressive curling in the Opening  "Spiel. '  Final results of the Spiel areas follows:  A Event: Gravelle Rink,' 2nd Swartz-  fager.  B Event: Brassenet, 2nd Clark.  GEvent: Dixon, 2nd Brooks.  . D Event: Kearney, 2nd Davis.  There is stiU room for two Men's Rinks,  on Monday nights at 7 p.m. phone Larry at  885-9088 to register.  Coming up in the not so distant future is  the Christmas Fun Spiel on Dec. 20th, AND  make your plans now to attend the New  Year's Eve Dance, sponsored oy the  Curling Club, at the Arena with the IVhislc  Man once more ih attendance. y  Tickets will be reserved for this (jwnt,  and the Curlers will be given first chance.  Moro about this later. See you pn the Ice I  Our Winter Tire Sale  continues at...  COASTAL TIRES  1 milo West of Gibsons, Highway 101  886-2700  Are you playing with  FIRE?  BE SAFE!  Have your  chimney cleaned  NOW!  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS 8 OIL STOVES  LEE CHRISTIAN.883-9171 anv���e  ��� Poker Chips, Dominoed, Boggle Gamo,  Pit Game, Mcchano type-games* Spelling  games, Puzzles, Cribbage boards and  many other recreational Ideas, Come in  and browse anytlmo. ��� Miss Bee's  Sochelt.  SAW FILING SERVICE  CARBIDE TIP  HAND SAWS  ,    CIRCULAR SAWS  & ALL SMALL TOOLS  �� Wharf Rcl, cornor of  PorpoWa Dny Rtl��� Socholt  (Bornio)  885-5485  0  0  10  lv  0  a  3  1  5  1.  0"  4  1  1  3  5  0  ?2  4  0  0  1  0  10  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES  GARDEN  MARINE  44   <mmWmm��mwm^  ^^^T^^"^  ���1&4���ml���Wm}mm*a* m\mm^m'm___t____itom ft  OOSmJmJ JLim  Sinclair Bay Road  Just up & over the hill  VOLVO/PENTA-CHRYSLER  HOURSTON GLASCRAFT  EZLOAD-MERCRUISER  i ...  Immediate Repair Service-7 days a week  883-2722 or 883-2602  "Mix* too th* claMlftidi" '  Phone for Our Rates on  Winterizing and Storage  BOAT MOVING  x  r f  ���':������/���  *  i' " i> ii * i ii  i  M  >' '���'���'-������S  i ���  **ii^iiW#"  f t#tyvtWIW^#TtWtflWI-?te!&&!^Wtitfitt??l!4^^  ,   1  ,.,,����,.������;��,��,���,  i*ti 4 s*ws w*a'��i��fii; WKJS**iW-)t|i��i^^.fl'is^ivw^fl j^y.w^fiB �� $i  ���,....��, My.,    ���������.    . ��,, m.    m.'  4X..  <��� .i.  i    '  i i-'i'  .7"'.'  (      ���')   " \'-tr.  A  "\  *vVi  *��:�����      ,1 ,  ,    W'     .   .       I*      - , ,   ����~  ^  Page C-2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 1,1978  Book Look  By MURR/F WOMAN  " SHADOWS edited TSyHCfiarles Grant.  Doubleday Science" Fiction cl978, 182  pages, $9.95.  All the stories in-SHADOWS are new.  You won't be disappointed at the quality of  writing or the variety of subjects chosen  =M)y=the=���ditor=f=So=(tften-one^comes=aa:oss-  the same tale seen in either a magazine or  book and feels cheated out of a story. It's  like finding too many hard centres in a box  of all-sorts chocolates.  The stories all deal, with the unusual.  ' They take place in various time periods,  happen to different classes of people, and  are a chilling blend of both science fictiori  and the occult. Many lay claim to all three  aspects.  "Naples" has a man of Italian descent  return tq his homeland to search out a  mysterious aunt. The old woman who was  feared by villagers, attempted to avoid  him but he persisted and was sorry to find  that the horrible curse laid on her was now  ~ his: ���  ,���_   In "Deathlove", a newly dead lover  visits his lady. She senses his presence and  even his touch as he awaits her demise.  Another similar tale revolves around a  rather mad school teacher who abhors ye|_  invites''the stares- otan elderly neighbour  who' peers through Jjis" window into hers.  When he dies she inherits the ghost of a  child that had haunted him,  And then we have the unfortunate  butcher whose brain injury forces him to  live with a hand that is controlled by the  right side of his brain while the left side  stands by unable to help. When the hand  -���- begins-totakeover,-the butcher takes the  _ matter "in hand", you might say, in a  rather drastic way.  Not all the stories are deadly serious!  . One called "Pictoe" tells about Farley  and his pursuit 6i a lovely lady who is  unattainable Withoutthe a^istance of the  ' devU^When Farley finally finds the Evil  _' jQrieuTthe form of Doctor Horner he finds  The  LET YOURSELF GO DOWNHILL  parniciPBCTiank  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.  l,ii_&hi  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  ^m  OFSECKELT  885-9816    Admiral  3  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  Sg> Mark of Quafity  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  Does your monthly h��at  tall leave yoit om?  out that devils are notio be trusted  final score in this gambit is Devil, one and  Farley soulesS.  There are, of course, 13 stories in the  collection. Each is introduced in terms  -which-prepare-the-ireadeiHEor-the-terroi'���1  ~beyond~Subtte"Tefereuces~tcnvhat lies-  ahead, are part of the fun in reading these  carefully plotted speculations' into the  unknown. Such greats as Stephen King  Who w^te-THE SHINING and CARRIE  appear as authors.  Nice to.curl up with on a stormy night,  with the fog horn in the background is  SHADOWS.  just Monkeying around are  Garth Frizzell, Michael Lewis, Leona  Lewis, Robbie an.d Lisa McCourt, and  supervisor Sandy MacDonald. The  kids are participants in Wilson Creek  Community Hall's after school  program. The program is for six to 12  year-olds and is held every week day,  from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m.  After school program  solves parents'problems  No. 69  view slides  .^.  By ROBERT FOXALL  Fourth Thursday, Oct. 26: after a lively  ���session~of-BingOT-the-members-present-  were treated via the medium of slides to a  t deiigKlful series of trips which took us,  under the guidance of Irene and Hugh  Duff, from the warmth of Florida to  glaciers of the Columbia Icefield via N.  Quebec, where we saw the zoo at St.  Feliclent with its otters and hippos, buf- *  falos, llamas, polar bears and Bengal  tigers all disporting themselves in spite of,  or in enjoyment of the snow that was  evident in some scenes.  In passing we visited the Gaspe  Peninsula and were treat to the  magnificance of Mt. Elsenhower and  MtiRundle and the beauty of Lake Louise  in Alberta. We went through Rogers Pass  and made a side trip to the Game Farm  near Penticton. Going dowh the Fraser we  stopped for a look at the.Fish Hatchery  and Ladders in Hell's Gate Canyon and  ,' then through the wonder of flight, found  v, ourselves in Hawaii where wo shook off the :  chills of the earlier part of the trip.  My thanks and those of all the audience  ' go to Irene and Hugh for a most entertaining tour,       ' ^     .  Saturday the 28th was, of course, our  big Fall Bazaar and Tea. While K your  reporter was unable to attend the tea, he  did manage a trip to the HaU just before  tho opening and saw the beautiful  decorations in ah Autumn" motif. Tho  bountif ul display of cooking mado me want,  to stay and buy out the WffrksrNext week l;  ��� will try and havo the names of all of tho  winners In tho draw, but until then I can  tell you that Mrs. Gladys Prost was tho  winner of the quilt and Esther Wagoner  took homo tho hot pads.  Next big event ls tho luncheon for our.  Powell River, friends at noon of Nov. 1.  Don't misa thia event.  Tho executive will meet at JO a.m. Nov.  7; the November General Meeting will be*  Nov. 10 nnd Fourth Thursday will bo Nov.  23. In coso you aro bored betwoocn tlmos,  (lon't forget Carpet Bowling on Mondays  and dancing on Wednesdays.  .A. BLACKTOP  mmm- itHvnt  umritri  Orndlni A Qr��v��| Curb*  ��� Ml C*a����UI>r��lMgt Rm4i  ��� IndHttrUI Situ *r��rHng Arm  Tinnlt Courti*Drlv*w*)fi  Have you ever heard the refrain: "But  if I take the job, attend the class, join that  group, what will I do with my kids after  school?" ���   .  Wilson Creek has come up with a  solution to the problem. They are running  an After School Program for kids aged 6-  12, at the Wilson Creek Community Hall.  The program includes activities indoors and out-in-a safe, supervised and  friendly atmosphere.  The successful previous Summer Fun  programs will provide a model to follow.  There will be games, sports, jukes, field  trips, films, arts and crafts under group  leaders; The community hall houses a  library and reading corner for storytime  and the kitchen facilities will be used to  prepare hot nutritious snacks. ���"  The kids in the; program will also hav^  access to other community facilities and  events. They can use the community  workshop or join gymnastics at the school.  The program provides a healthy environment for 6-12 year olds, 2:30-6:30  p.m. every day. The fee is $50 per child per  month (full time) and subsidies are  available through the local-Human  Resources Office.  ��� There is a limit of 20 in this program  and spaces are filling up. Parents can get  information or register their children by  calling the Wilson Creek Community  Office at 885-6422. ���������'''  Do You _  Pitch-In?  If opening your heat bill gives you the chills, maybe it's  time tq investigate another way of heating.   In fact, there's one heating fuel that's inexpensive and in  plentiful supply.  -rrWoe*-  VAich-bringsjus-tOLthe^^heii&bve^Itiirasjwpod^O--  efficiently it can trim 50% or more off your heating bill.  iyQ.U-se^_a-HsherJStoy��is_madejE^  thate carefully welded to make sure it's virtually airtight!  (Gaps in the seams could suck in air and waste fuel.) It has  patented spin draft controls so you     c^-  can easily regulate the"amount of  heat it puts out. And its unique two- ^^.JHf^  stepdesigngivesa Fisher two  cooking surfaces withtwodif-  ferent temperatures.  So whether you want to heat a  Single room or an entire' house, look  into a Fisher. Anffhelp make heat    ^;  bills a whole lot easier to live with.  ' v*"  RENTALS  Building Supplies  883-258T~  Frond* Peninsula Rd  Canada is warming up to.  t  Are yoo part 06 the human race  y^ir just a spectator?  '   l"knc*v In >nur hear) \���� km** h\ mix.  ��������������� �������������������� ���������VaHHiHHHBBHHi ������������������������ ���������������H  ^^���tO; avoid trouble... ';'S|  25                 G��* a detailed estimate     < ^U  Do not pay in advanco '___m  Got a form damper & cast Iron cloanouts fi!  Avoid high pressure sales Hi  Ask our repeat customers .HI  ALEX & BILL SIMPKINS __]  885-2688 or 885-2787  B     B   Bam Bum     mm B B fl  The Downtown Airline  FALL SCHEDULE  A DOUBLE ESSO SPECIAL  IN SECHELT I IN GIBSONS  Sechelt Esso, 885-2812       1   Sunnycrest Esso, 886-9962  WINTER TUNE UP SPECIAL  ftS5vv:��5r?H  r.-.-.-.-.-.m.-.-.m.  ;Sg$5^;:;:3S*:W:S|  -j includes Pkigs-Points-Cond.-and Labor  ���4 Cyl. *6Cy|.  *43.95      $48.95  Electronic Ignition $6.00 less.  *36.95  $10" LUBE & OIL SPECIAL  ~tf  kT^  ,lf  ,0":  '/:  DEPART  SECHELT  7:45 am  9:45 am  11:45 am  DEPART 7:45 am  VANCOUVER     8:30 am  FOR SECHELT   10:30 am  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  DEPART ' 11:45 am  SECHELT 3:15 pm  3:15 pm  12:30 pm  4:00 pm  885-5151  _    fOlfOlM ���*�� MM, MtMM  imith liii  j atartihan  OCTOP LTD.i  A~mm��   *���w^"*wi m  J&fm   C**Kh.tMfl      f  *0kimi&m<mmimmQ*mm~  DEPART  ;  ,a 12:30 pm  VANCOUVER, n 4:00 pm  ��? FLIGHTS DAIIY TO NANAIMO  ... ..~.QQW^^FI4Mj^ril''WUk*!VUI  w  tt-  tf>  ���includes 4 qts. 10/30 Oil  ���1 oil filter and lubrication  (good for most cars ���  trucks 11.00 extra)  ��� Offer Good Until  November 30th, 1978  M.���  ATLAS BATTERIES STILL 10% OFF  SUNNYCREST ESSO has been appointed AGENT  / FOR _   ��� I"   -X   All Makes and Models Available on Request  fel^^W��*#H'*W����^I jlfi^wMK^f  ^ ^^^^^  rflcV"��79  OMNI  ,/���  For further information phono: 885-2214  ^ V> "ON THE SPOT FINANCING AND LEASING" D02180A  Call JIM YOUNG  *ws**w;.i*f "***^i**^w^*��'i"^w��% >**^tv-p*��w(iii  W!p^MWFflJW(n" ^p^'.����(^jf��Mfl^ W'W' .|W-^w��rf ,.-*  686-9962  <���  11  '��� ������"������*��&  ���tm&ii&#&im&ii��&>i<!t<^^  ����^^^i^'h!i^'*ijit^tV^'*��W^^  t (,  ^  ir.l  ; ./������  ������'---I  \\   ���  7  ������ .-.'  C s --)---���  '.'���   p.  '  ���  \ .  V     '  Eastern Star  bazaar Nov. 18  The Mount Elphinstone Chapter No. 65  Order of the Easter-Star was honored on  Thursday evening by a visit from the  Worthy Grand Matron^Grace McKay of  the Grand Chapter of the Order of the  Eastern Star of B:C.  The evening commenced with qfno-host  dinner in the Masonic Hall, which was'well  attended.  The -group^Js__bugy_jajannjpg^Jgs^  Christmas Stars Bazaar, November 18 at  the Roberts Creek Community Hall at 2  p.m. /    Weather report  Lo.    Hi. Prec.  cms  October 21 , \.. .5.0    13.5     nil  -October 22 7.0    11.0    0.06  October 23 8.0    12.0    1.48-  October24 4.5    13.0     nil  October 25 4.0    12.5 trace  October 26 5.0    10.0  October 27 6.0    10.0/0.15  Week's rainfall ���1.93 cms. October fo-  date ��� 3.83 cms. 1978 to date ���^.35 cms.  , October 21-27, fflL=��&aps- October  1-27,1977���6.53 cms. Jan.-9d��ber 27,1977  ��� 75.62 cms.  PageC-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 1,1M8  THE PRICE CUTTERS  S5QCASH  REBATE  Now through Dacember 29th with the pureflasa ol any  SfMed Ouaen Automatic Wunor and full slza Dryor pjir  Vouvltlreoe>vaa(50FacloryAullKriieclRobata And  with IhapurcliaM of any Spoad Queen Automat IcWainor  or full size Oyer purchate ieparatoly you will receive a  S25 Factory Authorize^ ftabata  SpMrf  QtlMMI  'with  Utatbno'  Stainless  Steel  (ATPAfmCtPATtHa DEALERS ONLY)  Speed Queen  -KERN ELECTRONICS   "On The Spot Financing"  Authorited SANYO Dealer  886-9733  CARPETS-TVs-CABINETS  APPLIANCES - LINO - STEREOS  FURNITURE  NEW: Floor & Table Lamps  CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS  WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD  ON QUALITY MERCHANDISE  They don't call us the  Price Cutters  for  nothing  toll free 922-2017  SEAVIEW PLACE, GIBSONS  >�� s  qq  -CASA CARPETS-  886r2417  LION JACK PdipE sells Brian Lowen   boost the charitable organizations  a Lucky Let)Lottery\ ticket to help'  work iii the community.  the Garden Corner  Winter pruning time  By Guy Synrtonds  This week we greet the arrival of  another winter by setting the clocks back.  The darkness of the evening will descend  uponRusearlier,but there is the compensating fact that some of us anyway will  not have to get up in the dark of the  morning.  The garden is rather a depressing  sight, except for the curly kale which  flourishes, the brussel sprouts which show  promiseJ(they were',7bcente.a pound in the  stores the other day) and the leeks. These .  last will not be yery good because the art  of growing them still eludes this grower,  ~but therei will be some of a harvestable  size. The answer one suspects is more and  yet more potash which this ground seems  to lack. On^theother hand so  turnips that were left to their own devices  all summer are the size of ones head - and  that does hot argue lack of potash. So the  problem is yet to solve.  The good thought is that soon one may  feel justified in planning for the next  -harvestrlast-year'sTnistakes-and^sap^  pointments still fresh in the mind and  maybe some exciting new ideas to try out.  But between now and then many of us  will be toying with the pruning shears,  trying to remember all the do's and dont's  of an operation which despite the  assurances of i the experts seems to be of  the nature of an occult science. Those  same experts sound in the advice to  gardeners about to prune like the famous  advice by Mr. Punch to young men about  to git married - "Don't"!  As always the- proper course between  the "don't touch it" and the "let's go" ls in  between and the only way to evaluate the  situation is to get down to basics and  identify the conditions that good pruning  can affect,  First, quite obviously it can control an  undesirable habit of growth. A shrub for  instance that may be too tall, too big or too  -bushrforttrcrsiter  Pruning removes, dead, dying or  diseased wood ai)d ,��� Induces compact,  growth by the butting out of somo of oven  the healthy wood. It will help to size and  shapq a tree or shrub and induce better  fruiting and flowering by careful nnd  prppor thinning.  But It must always bo remembered that  cutting or pruning not only encourages but  induces growth of more w^r Many an  uninformed but enthusiastic gardener -  Including this ono - has found to his sorrow.  Without a doubt, Indiscriminate cutting  ruins more good growing things than the  complete neglect which for some seem to  be the only alternative.  If you are looking at your shade tree,  just trim away the branches that interfere  with traffic or access. If it is necessary to  cut away some of the top to let in more  light, remember on no account to touch the  central leader. And always bear in mind  that two small cuts are better than one big  one.  Treat flowering trees the same Way  only remember that if you thin" the top  growth too drastically the flowering may  be adversely affected.  Older shrubs where the growth has  been allowed to bedome rank may be cut  right_back to encourage new shoots from _|  the base. Some like lilacs and forsythia.,  should be pruned shortly after flowering.  As with rhododendrons the dead blooms on  these should have .been removed immediately the flowering was over.  Coniferous trees generally pjesentjio^j  npFoblerftHPiwided^Tin^^  observed. If the subject is a pine of the  Scotch or Austrian variety for instance, do  not touch }t urltil the new succulent growth  appearsin the summer. If they are cut now,  there will be a black, ugly scar or many  such which the tree will never lose,  Douglas fir or hemlock on the other hand  are not a bit fussy and may be pruned just  about any time. Pruning of the laterals of  these trees by pinching off the buds can  bring the most amazing results in the way  of heavy bushiness as this gardener has  found from such experience with them.  This Is not a professional garden  column so no attempt is made to instruct.  It is a guide only. So if you are seized with  the desire to go out and cut things just  because you have heard that it is the thing  to do In the winter, the Corner would ask  you to make sure of whpt you want to,  accomplish and exactly what you must do  -to-thatnentr": : "~~     ;      " "~k  Pruning seems to bo a bit like carpentry where the rule is "measure twice'  and cut onco", In other words make very  , suro of what you nre doing before you  commit an error that cannot be corrected.  STONEWORK  .,..���.,-.,.,.Sl)l��on��.ifacln9.flflr��plae��������,w ,.,  & Chimney Repair*  ������!ANDY 886-2821  j.1 a -..  p,V'l'l     l' 'i  i ''\  11 PARTHENON  RESTAURANT  Will Be Open for Lunch ONLY  SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4th-  11 am to 4:30 pm.  CLOSED THAT NIGHT ONLY  FOR A PRIVATE FUNCTION.  Sechelt 885-9769 or 885-3815  Fletcher's ��� Budget  LICED BACON  1 lb. pkg.  Panco ���  Frozen  TURKEY WINGS  ���  *���������������� IW*  Panco ���  Frozen  TURKEY LEGS  ��� ������������������������������ IO*  CHICKEN UVERS  or  Giblets  ��� ���t������ ID*  Gold Seal  ���  Pink  73/4 oz.  SALMON  Swift's ���  Conned  HAMS  I      /2      ID* ���     ���     ���;.������--���'���  ���-���.  ���������;���     ���-���"���*;_;���-"-'���_,*-  sx*~c��...��>: .*.:'���"  Libby's  BEANS WITH PORK 14��.  oz.  ZforO!)  Libby's  FRUIT COCKTAIL  14 fl.oz.  Stu* Ribbon  Reg. or Drip  COFFEE  lb.  Skippy  PEANUT  BUTTER  16 oz.  Nabob  BAGS  125$  u  Campbell's      �� ;v  _fL_l____'l_itt K    ?    ��  -'-'- ���'- -������-     Kfi y .   -.-,  VEGETABLE rn  H .**.    {V      y A    ���  A>  t  Velvoeta  PROCESS $f)29  CHEESE [iJS-  Libby's  PEACHES  28 fl.oz.  . Sunllaht  iv*v  i  , A  &$k\  'iv<**'**f       *Ai  ��� ��� '7X77- %������*"'  1 t\y.Z& <S"  '^y*Qr^*.-<m-r')~y.'''2$?K   '     ��  >QS'  m.miamtm_tmmm  Shout  STAIN     �����  REMOVER*]^  750ml  ........... /MM   f   Chlpttf.  , -Tt't*  mmmmmm  v    I? V \     ���  '      *       �� til  ��    f. *   ,'     f '  linlro >im$��  ���1^1,11  I Wm  Creamelle  COFFEE  CREAMER  $139  i6oz. JL  y.;--mv7'"*-*-t  f <  Ti  U    M  &X.-m��     I       4MB 1  fK    TyX��*<>  i1 i*v ���  .   mm  '/  Green Giant  CREAM  CORN "2^  Golden Harveit  SI 79        "berty Redor      CA1Q        Aloha  SULTANA RAISINS ���b      1        GLACE CHERRIES TAX    JL        WALNUT PIECES^..  Golden Harveit  CURRANTS iib  Liberty  FRUITCAKE FRUIT ,*��  $149  Golden Harvest  ALMONDS  ' J-Cloth  IOi  ���^\<t)y^;x\7r:J7i  .' 7X7't"fi> <��w*(S*7��'*1�� >���* ]fa'4_k_tmiO'  ��w, t< f i����f��)|p,i* WVrHiimM , "'jJimMPji  i i  1  ' *   '\7\ '.X"' 1  flW| wKBm\',^ �� ��� ��� 4 .^ �� V �� ��� ��� ��. a  i *1 A    iV'|,^"it,��',l'' (  Mi,  \ ft|p Vi  foremost  $159  ICE CREAM 2ntr��sJL  BROWNIES  BRAN  MUFFINS  GRANARY  4 for  6 for  .*  r. ���'  "9*0����.1. ��.��.���..���.��.���,��..��.��..��� ,.  Tang * Orange  blanched, 8 oz.   .  fflui.   .I... \,\l ��ll'i .       '      i   i  4x3%oz. ������  Mmm��m*Aiimmmmm*iUmmmmkmmmmmmm*mmm^  Red Emperor  GRAPES  B.C. Bulk  CARROTS  m^7i<i ^?x\)y> < 7 ,y  fMrytiyXy .y"   ��'m  ,\\  r^prifrf  OT'tiTRfi,, T*^ff?rTvV '   11X  California, Canada No. 1 ",77"..... ,7.T.TIb"."  Canada No. 1 ..'  Ib.  B.C.  TURNIPS  Canada No. 1  Ib.  B.C. Medium  t*^" 11"���...i^"*.....!,..��������-*.-* .���*��<��,���.,���-���..��..��,.���..<���,*...#**���<���--��.>' 9-'��-'���-��� ��������������-# Ibr1"  fc*>*f<(S<��**��^  ^*e-��m^W*m  -mm mar  f (iS.WIfJOiWi'itflKfMSBW Jt  J  ITRAIL BAV CENTRE,  SECHELTi  Prlco* good for Novombor 2, 3, 4  i'Uoiui bB X202b  C05-7023 Cukitiy  885-98)2, Moat Dop't.  WC RESCRVC THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES   ��  !'""  s  ^      ��(��       ''('���"t*      ���"t*,C"l*|    *fl    WJ    Jj(    ,.���    ^     r-Wft-txtf^fiHM*    ,  /  *   mmh 1   a^vlaMti lv  '   //'  ti nw<��irn��i�����W!4rwJW-���((M "^i**!!1 r(*H,����*IMtw>Wf w  1  .  *"��*����     -W^.*  < I  ill' '

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xpentimes.1-0186541/manifest

Comment

Related Items