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Array / ���' ���  .'  V ��� v-  J<  X  y^-  \ ������    l:  *       \  Sechelt  says no  While a local service club is making  efforts to preserve one of' Sechelt's  heritage houses, village council'has turned  down a-request by the Lions Club to  relocate WJhitaker House in Hackett Park.  "I think salvaging the house is a great  idea,'1 said Aid. Frank Leitner, "but no  homes are allowed in Hackett Park."  WMtakerJEIouse^Jghich-jvas-built-on  x.yx.yj;:-  ���"W-j  Lions  ���Village_Clerk. Tom' Wood was also instructed to search village records for the  dead to determine the covenant oh Hackett  Park, which w-as^dortated to the village in  memory of R^S. Hackett in 1952 by the  Union Steamship Co. -  Although Wood could not locate a copy  of the deed in Sechelt, he did find a letter  Serving the; 50nsjiine Coast, -{Howe-Sound-to-Jet-vis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing   Granthams landing, Gibsons   RobertsCreek,  Wilson Creek', Selrna^Park, Sechelt, Half/r-ioon^Bay. Secret Cove, Pender Hrb, Madeira Park   Garden Bay" Irvines Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  -,-2nd Class Mail  .^Registration No. 1142  Phone  885*3231  Union ^fcfi&SN-fe* Label  1 ^���"���'iM-fciu.*-  22 Pages ��� 20c Copy  sent to a previousTelerk trom a lawyer  Cowrie St. in 1907 by Bert Whitaker, was outlining the covenant as being "not to use  donated to the Lions by Hayden Killam, v the land for any purposes other than a  who had planned to,' demolish the old municipal park) without the" consent of  building. I t. Union Ste|imstii��s Ltd."   .  Aid. Frode- Jorgensen, a Lion, brought olaf Wallahdei?, the Lion in charge of  a proposal before council October 18 to relocating' Whiter House, says he Is  relocate Whitaker House in the southeast    ��very ups'et about council's decision.  "They didn't.even give it a chance to be  looked into," he said. 5Tm very upset  about it to beqitfteJjonest"       " ,_  Wallander said that although Hank HaU,  has donated a lot in Wilson Creek for the  building, he would prefer it to remain Hk  Sechelt.   '' ,, ���  "I'm busy negotiating for another lot in  Sechelt right now, but I really think that  house should be in Hackett Park for  everybody to enjoy."  The lions plan tp use it as a clubhouse  now, but he said tfyat it is feasible that in  the future the club will move to larger  premises. "Jn that case we would donate  Whitaker House to the village as  a  relocate Whitaker House in the southeast  corner of Hackett Park for use as a Lions  clubhouse and accommodation for the Tot  Lot.  Jorgensenpresented a sketch to council  which showed the house nestled among  the trees below the*tennis courts. He said  the Lions would transport the house to the  park and restore it to original condition^  "I don't know if it's a historic house, but  it's an old house and one of the few old  houses left in Sechelt," said Jorgensen.'  , Leitner, however, told Jorgensen that  the Arts Council had made a similar  request and was turned down because of a  covenant' on the deed to the "park that  disallowed anybuildings in Hackett Park  other tlian for recreation.   museum," said Wallander.  Jdltetosw^ta^a^vMto..".,    wallander estimates-the costs "ol  said Jorgensen. A*L- Morgan Thompson    mQV^ ^ house to WUson Creek at  agreed, saying that the matter needs    proximately|10,000, which would include  more study. , barging itSjid cutting and repairing power  "If you let one organization do it,'"', said    -   & 6   -      ��� ���  Aid. Joyce Kolibas, speaking against the  proposal, "where are you going to stop?"  Mayor Harold Nelson cast the deciding  vote in favor of a motion put forward by  Leitner that "while council is in favor of  preserving Whitaker House, it is not in  favor orSaeating it in Hackett Park."  Leitner and Kolibas supported the motion,  while Thompson and Jorgensen voted  against. . ,  liI think this matter requires further  consideration," said Thompson.  lines.  "And that figure doesn't include the  hours that Will be donated by our members  to do the work," he said.  - Wallander considered putting the house  on his own property on porpoise Bay Road,  but said he will not unless it is "absolutely  the only solution."  "I would like to accept the lot in Wilson  Creek, but I think we'll lose the value of  the house if we move it. out of Sechelt,"  Wallander said.  Garbage burns Wood  Longtime Gibsons resident Johh��iWood  thinks backyard track burners are "a  bunch bf pyromaniacs" and he'd like to  seeputside refuse burning outlawed in the  village:'    '   ^ '-  -    ,';���. t        ,  The smoke from garbage burning, said  Wood, creates a noxious sm&land is bad  for Jthe body. ,   -  Council directed Village Clprk Jack  Copland to look into the existing refuse  burning   bylaw   to   determine   what  PENINSULA PUMPKIN grower Ned  Schwartz is rumored to naVe grown!  the biggest pumpkin on the Sunshine  Coast. Ned said he grew tfiis  moth from a seed of a pump'  weighed only 50 pounds. Ned  weighs in at two and a half |ons  will make a .dandy jack-o-lantern for  Halloween. Anyone with a, bigger  pumpkin can phone the Times office  at 885-3231,  That's that  '?,a^&^pea^^t,i.Gibsc��s^our^ atftfridmentSiWdnld^Qe'ueefessary^to ��� '"  neeting October 17 to ask raemfoers to put ' -*��&��* hnminp to ronfrrtll^d times.-Tbe- - llii  Time to turn  M No funds for replot���  After spending $21,000 designing plans a preliminary" and tbe third, a "detailed,    being sold by. the provincial government  to   replot   several, properties   near accurate plan," he said. ��� ���     Will not affect the Sechelt replotting  Chatelech,Junior Secondary School in        O'Brien said that although this was - scheme.  Secheltrttie Housing Corporation of B.C. regular procedure'.'with any - replotting ^   ', i'part of it has been sold to me," said  has run out of funds to complete the scheme, people Unfamiliar with the v O'Brien. "So now the plan will just have  inrniept. svsfAm.miiv iih^s��> the neppssitv fnr   my jiame at the bottom instead of HCBC."  Tproject.  ' 'We've spent our designmortey," Dave    several' plans  system .may ...not see the necessity for  Sechelt  If  J V|tt"*'" '<*.'"X-S^L-iSJ   ff   ���  meeting  a halt to backyard burning  control it.   <  He said that with compulsory garbage  pick up there is no reason to burn garbage.  "I think we're a bunch of  pyromaniacs," said Wood. "We just like to  see fire  men^>era;tq ptut ',r^trict burning to controlled.times."Thr 7  lg ��� OT St least     nPacont Wlaro nllmvs hnrnina ns lnnff fls it  present bylaw allows burning as long as it  is done in a container.  "I feel that council should take, shall I  say, rather direct action on this," said  Wood.  "All this burning isn't necessary and it  smells like garbage/really."  your  It's time to fall backwards Sunday.  On October 29 the nation goes off  Daylight Savings Time. Before going to  bed Saturday night, turn your clocks back  one hour.  month for consideration/ had to be aban  doned after the Department of Highways  modified the alignment for the proposed  Highway 101 bypass.  "I had done all my work based on the  previous highway  alignment,"  said  1 O'Brien, "but now I've been notified  they've changed it."  O'Brien said Friday that he had been  unable to contact the Department of Highways official in charge of the modification  to determine how much his plan must be  changed to accommodate the alignment;  "If it's a matter of five feet then it's not  Serious/' said O'Brien, "but at this point I  don't know what I'd have to do to put  things right." A  Responding to criticism from Village  Planner Doug Roy that the HCBC has had  "to make three proposals before coming up  with a plan- amenable to both the  topography and the property owners,  O'Brien said 'that the replotting procedure  "must be an evolutionary process.  "I made 15 or 20 sketches before I  actually got down to any detail," he said.  The first "proposal" made by O'Brien  was a general feasibility sketch, the  second, a detailed design though "still only  really not qualified to take out your own  appendix."  O'Brien said that in replotting other  properties in the past he has never' run of  of funds before, so he is unsure who will  supply the money to continue the Sechelt  project.  "The funds will have,to come from  somewhere," he said. "The question is:  Who should pay?"  :     At present the plan is being financed by  tile JIGBCj! under the replotting assistance  ; program and the village will not be  required to supply funds if 70 per cent of  the affected property owners approve the  '���plan.;' ,'','    ���/' '"���..xyy^-  The village will, however, have to pick  up preliminary costs of the replot if  council decides not to go ahead Vith the  scheme even after gaining the 70 per cent  approval.  "At this point,'! said O'Brien, "I don't  krtow who is responsible for the design  costs and who should pay, I'll haVe to find  out from Highways how much redesign  will have to be done.  ' "It might only cost $5, but at this point I  really don't know," he said. ���  O'Brien said that the fact that HCBC is  The plan has been criticized by Roy and  by Billie Steele, a property owner who has  lived in a house on block 6 for almost 40  years. Anvearlier proposal had Steele's lot  cut into nine small lots, but on the third  and now abandoned proposal her property  was left out of the plan.  When Village Clerk Tom Wood announced at the October 18 council meeting  that O'Brien had run out of money for the  plan, Mayor Harold Nelson commented  "WeU, that's that." \  ii ,..>���'���        1  1  to campaign  against referendum  Goddard, "but paying an additional two  mills toward the establishment of those  projects with a high priority rating on tho  commission list."  "If the regional board cannot assure us  that wo will not bo placed In such an un-  tennblo position,, this council will have no  alternative but to campaign most  ;   -See Pago A-3  Local ferries  to stretch  200 KIDS took part ln the Gibsons         moel!. on  SatMrdiQy   at   Cfibsons   tho meet camo (rota district schoola  Invitational Sunfrost croSs country   Elementary School. Participants In   Brackondalo and Coqultlapi,  i.   f.":^-'r*mffn*   *���**"*'   '  -X"   Aid. Lorraine Goddard of Gibsons says  her- council wUl campaign against the  upcoming recreation referendum if tho  village Is not assured that Its project will  not.bo���plocfid���ln.,"suqh an. untenable!!,  position as ninth on a priority list of 12.  Goddard said at last Tuesday's council  meeting that,,tho council agreed to put tho  referendum to Its votors after it was  agreed at a mooting with tho Sunshlno  Const Regional District to fInaOeo both  capital cost and annual deficit of tho  Gibsons pool as part of the recreation plan,  She said that SCRD Board Chairman  Harry Almond pointed out at the meeting  early this year that tho pool was in  operation and attracting a numbor of      _    eA     ���    ,,  people from outsldo village boundaries, '    S�� Btoar Sunshine Coast forrlqs will  j. It scorned only fair, shosald, that a M^!"5?" to 70 cars as part of a $60  Contribution should be made bytho tax��  million plan tiio premjer calls'<tho largest  payers outsldo tho vlllago toward tho   forty construction program In tlio history  annual deficit. of the province."  Subsequent to thel meeting with the Tenders have already boon called for  SCRD, tho rocroatlon committee, at #io the l^owon Qupon and tho Powell Rlvor  request of tho j provincial govbrnmont, QW�� for delivery prior to next summer,  prlorlzcd tho 12 ltoms on tho proposal. Tho      Two new Jiiipbo f orrlcs will also bo built  Gibsons pool achieved* priority or nlrto,   under the progranv and a,third %car   Mt\rki-t stmnnv mnmtna  Thi* ��i��m  whlcbGptWa^^  ^^aaren(W��^whftposi)lllty,lf ctt|incly, .-,*-,��      .^M tho Upresttog and unusual, 1Up����..  tho referendum passes, of tlio vlllago      According to Recreation l^lnlBtor Sam   *0T s��i�� at tho floflmflfkef. There Wa$  taxpayor not only paying ���* for all tho Bawlf, the minister responsible for the  swimming pool costs, plus our otiior m�� B.C, Forrlos Corporation, consideration Is  pondlturcs for parks hnd recreation," said    * -SeoPngoA-a  I- -.- ��� i,.;p"-p-.i,"ts-r'p"-p-.'t:!..'p'v ^(,,*^lJ;^r'���i1lv;t^���'"-l~'k","^���p'!';,��� ���     ������     ���"���< .���''���"-'��� '.;-M��~>f.-"ppi - %. ...'���.  ���     , W ��� - I '"'���iMlf h  \       . I    ���. ' 4   . X    '  ���       ���       y ' ���' ' ,('-'  NO PARKINGT No .., well at least  not at tho Cowrlo St. Giant,Flea  Market Sundaymorning. This sign  a good turnout of both, buyors and  Boilers until tho rain forced somo to,  pack up. , "  -��� f ��� ,",'"��-fv* Kyv.m'i'^^'-'t" ���<���'..-.-,'��� ���.���.���'..��� ������. ..-.(-it,!���!-I "  ,.'.. /'.:.,;. ..,-...:]. ' . .iF  .     .  r.  w��*��  *.*J.��  i^r��f^iN  'WbWm"-���-*!*-*  JU��*  ���S��?W(*!Sift��i^��  *te#^^W��(e#^-^^^  ��wp^^*>-#��^��^^i��tet^fl(y*^  <r  ^Wfl^WpjifttM^a^-at^^  .k,^..,..���,Xjky.���,,,���m^,^,-A^.,  y  .       <M ���   V���.   -r.  v  Y  ���\ i  '���:��� '..     v      ".   **  JPageA-3  The Peninsula Time*:  ipp  .-Vf'^voi  NWMpM  Xy&-:^,vxy'jkA  Wednesday ,Oct,_25,1978  Keep Whitaker House  In 1907 when Bert Whitaker built  Red Cottage for his sister Evelyn,  -who wbulcLhavfi guessed Jhatjn_1978_j  "Whitaker House" was destined to  become a clubhouse and Tot Lot in  far-off Wilson Creek?  Or that it would be demolished to  make room for a two-storey apartment-commercial complex?  During the 71 year's since Red  Cottage (which during the years  faded to become Pink Cottage) was  -built, the village of Sechelt has grown  up and out} leaving little room for an  old, wooden house with a yard.  But besides being an old, wooden  house with a yard, Whitaker House  has become almost the last symbol of  this village in its formative years.  And that kind of symbol should not be  hidden up the airport road in Wilson  Creek.  That is not to say it should be  situated-right-in the middle of-  Sechelt''? only park, but we-think  Sechelt council should have given that  proposal due consideratioh before  banishing a village landmark to  Wilson Creek.  It seems funny, too, that a councU  that has been known to Mid off  making decisions as long as possible,  would suddenly make a decision on  Whitaker Housebefore even checking  the feasibility of locating the building  in Hackett Park.  Aid. Frank Leitner said that the  Arts  Council has been  denied  a  similar request because of a covenant  on the -park disallowing its use for  anything - other. than   that   of   a  municipal park. But a check two days  later by the village clerk-revealed  that the covenant reads: "not to use  the land for any purposes other than a  municipal public park without the  consent of Union Steamships Ltd."  Since the Union Steamship Co. has  long since lost its influence in the  community it is hardly likely the  jcovenant is__an__insurmountable ob-_  stacle in locating Whitaker House in  the park. ������  Aid. Joyce Kolibas expressed  concern that "if you let one ��� you'll  have to let jthem all." That's just not  true. One can visualize Hackett Park  as a parking lot for all the Sunshine  Coast clubs anfa organizations, but it  won't happen unless Sechelt council  lets it.  Besides, the Lions have said that  ";they~ would - consider���donating  Whitaker House as a museum when  "the  club outgrows the  preiriises.  '' There is nothing to stop council from  allowing- the   Lions   to   spend  - organization money to restore and  move the house to Hackett Park with  the promise that the club offer it to  the community a certain number of  hours a week and eventually turn it  over to the village.for a museum.  Helen Dawe's house is bulging  with the village's history and Sechelt  doesn't have a museum. It soon might  not have Whitaker House, either.  TAKING A BREAK from his studies,  Neil  Neilsen ��� of  the  Native  En  vironmental  Studies   Program,   is  boating in Deserted Bay.  _ Christian Science  Eschew obfuscdtioh  I have this problem...  By Terri Brandmueller  'Reflections  A delightful week  By Vem, Giesbrecht  _ I have this problem with editors.  It all started with the city editor of the  New Westminster Columbian. Gerry had  worked at the paper for six years when he  hired me in the fall of 1976. He was an  affable type whose first rule of good  journalism was "Never let the facts get in  the way of a good story." We got along  well.  Gerry spent his days tracking down  before the final bell, I wondered about the  future of these kids, what heartaches and  terrors they'll f��ce as they grow up, what  will make them happy. "Will* they  remember this precious moment in time,  when everything was peaceful, the golden  leaves were rustling against the door and a  weekend was about to begin?  Probably not, I realized, nor is it likely  that they'll recall the week they spent witii  "Mr. G.". Too many other, more important encounters will crowd this brief  episode from their memories.  I won't soon forget them, though. The  sight of a b|(aok'cat'withWlri^^ibly long  tail;;. around Hallowe'en, an elephant with  baggy skiri or; someone "budging" into  line, will remind me of the delightful time  we shared.  I've substituted for 30 to 40 differqpt   questions: "Does white thread coQnt? Is  teachers in half a- dozen local, schools~. my hair black? Do I haye blue eyes?  " dining thepast_twp years,\_t#;#g"o^e^  classes in a variety of grades and/subjects,  but I have never enjoyed myself inore than  when I looked after Jamie Davidson's  Grade 1 class at Roberts Creek last week.  From the run in the forest, first thing  each day, to the amusing tale of "The  Saggy, Baggy Elephant" Friday afternoon, the five days I spent with the 23  first-graders were so pleasant that I was  reluctant to leave.  I wasn't surprised that the children  were exuberant, charming, easily impressed by new discoveries, sociable*  tender-hearted, yet brave and tough, too.  Many six-year-olds are like that; it's a  great age. What surprised me most, I  , think, was their Sense pf responsibility and  fair play and the group solidarity they  displayed.  There were occasional squabbles; of  course, usually over someone who  "budged" into line (an unusual usage of  the word that I found amusing),��� but the  tears didn't last long.  The greatest thing about teaching  young children, and the most tiring,  probably, is their insistent clamoring for  attention. Often, they don't really need  your help but are hoping for a few seconds  of your attention, so you move around the  room while they're working, give a hug  here, a pat on the back there,, an explanation, a question, a reprimand. It's no  wonder that friendly but unfamiliar faces  are soon trarisformod Into recognizable  characters, complete with names, voices  ��� and personalities.  Helping thorn prlpt, their "journal"  stories, hearing their adventures at  "pharlng" time, seeing tho pictures thoy  drew, I caught a glimpse of their lives,  Evoryono, It seemed, found something to  delight in, and would talk my ear off about   .lt,4tgivoniitho.:pchanco...-���pp.^...1.;-.^  It's easy to love kids ,who aro so  guileless and friendly, ones you can toaso  and amuso and sing songs with,- Even  dismissing thom for recess or lunch was  fun. Sending them off by colors (Anyono  who's wearing something grepri...V,)r  prompted a frantic and thorough  examination of,..,,tholr clothes,,and  Howard Hughes stories (he had a  Tsawwassen contact who had been a  Hughes aide) while he sent me in search of  75-year-old ladies who had saved 330-  pound drowning men.    *  He had a problem with editors, too, and  when he quit to go to a job at the Vancouver Sun, only a couple of months after I  started, the managing editor didn't have  as much as a handshake for him.  only been there two months and had made  enemies of the post office, the hospital  auxiliary, the publisher and the Rebekah  Lodge.  Two months after I got there I saw him  one Friday afternoon staggering between  the hotel pub and the hotel lounge. (To be  fair I must say the sidewalk between the  two doors was icy.)  -���When���I���cameHnto-work"Nthe~next~  Monday morning, the publisher had  cleaned out Gerry's desk and was piling all  my stuff into it. "Something's up," I  thought to myself. I was right ��� the next  week I was down as Associate Editor on  the mastheadand Gerry was in Nanaimo.  I was-relieved of my duties as associate  editor of the Spotlight in March of this yeai  when the bank jetted us to Sechelt, the  T "God is not the author of confusion, but  of peace..." (1 Cor.l4:33).  The nations of the world are crying out  for peace, but still afraid to take positive  steps, afraid to trust other nations. What is  the solution?  "One infinite God, good, unifies men  and nations; constitutes the_brotherhood.  of man; ends wars; fulfillsthe Scripture,  'Love they neighbor as thyself'...and  leaves nothing that can sin, suffer, be  punished or destroyed." (Science and  Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary  Baker Eddy, Pg. 340).  Successful  day for  Rebekahs  Editor, The Times:  Sunshine Rebekah Lodge wishes to  thank all those who made our bazaar a  success. Money raised supports our  projects which are:  Residence home at Newton; low rental  -housing in Vancouver, Nanaimo, Armstrong and Creston; United Nations  Pilgrimage for1 youth; tour for yoyng  people to the United Nations in New York;  eye bank and visual research; White Rock  Camp for underprivileged children,  burswie^ProvincialT^ursafies^oeal  high schools; transient sick visiting, drug  abuse program, donations to our hospital  and oth^r worthy causes.  Raffie"winners were: First Prize, Mr.  L. Brackett of West Sechelt, Second Prize,  Mrs. H.W. Gorrie of Vancouver, Third  Prize, Mrs. Joan Newsham oL_Wilson_j_  Creek. Door prize was won by Mrs. Vi  Lynd and children's prize was won by  Crystal Allen. 7  Thank you one and all.  Mrs. Eileen Smith  Bible study  Editor, The Times:  The subject for the Ecumenical Bible  Study, has finally been decided. There are  many prophecies relating to the birth,  death, life and resurrection, of Jesus  Christ the Son of God, to be found in the  Old Testament. These we hope to discover  and study.  It will be interesting to say the least,  and at the most an exciting and rewarding  experience.  We-hope there will be more arid more  people joining us in this study.  Place: Holy Family Church Hall  Time: Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.  Coffee following.  Alice Taylor  *>    Sechelt  -*j--   -1  <-As I glanced arotind' the circle of - :    As "a parting gesture Gerry smashed -$eart of 1*�� beautiful SurishjpeXpast}  winsome, smudged;TiopefuI~fa"ces justr thtfUttiewooldenbox^upon whieh~the"M;E7J"?r~ This time a-Dennis hired me andhVfelt  rested his tired feet after a long day of  sitting at his desk. The same feet, Gerry  once assured me, that had showed up at  the B.C, Pen-riots in pink, fluffy bedroom  slippers.  This was all very exciting but at the  time'I didn't realize that maybe I had  something to do with Gerry's flight. A year  later, though, I started to wonder.  I found myself far-removed from the  big-city world of Howard Hughes and  dramatic rescue stories a year later when  my husband's bank transferred him to  Princeton, B.C. This time another Gerry  hired me to work on the Slmilkameen  Spotlight. He was not an affable type and  we did not get along!  - The village of Princeton didn't either.  By the time I arrived iri Princeton, he'd  Minister apologizes for any  or store  Following Is a copy of a letter sent to  Mrs. L. Frlcdcrlch of Sechelt.  '.' Dear Mrs, Frlederlch:  I am writing ln response to your letter  to the Editor of "The Times", a copy of  which, you were good enough to send to me.  As the Minister responsible for the  operations of the Mquor Distribution  Branch, may I extend our sincere  apologies to you for any discourtesy shown  by members of our staff In tho Sechelt  Liquor Store. I understand from the  Brartch that tho Area Manager of our Storo  Operations has visited you and extended a  personal apology oh behalf of the staff,  .-,tu*, *^4l[.*-*,���*j-iifiiM^sfe's**u.���i  I would like to assure you that tho 3,000  employees of the Liquor, Distribution  Branch are highly conscious of the  essential need to maintain excellent  customer relations and incidents like this,  while fortunately rare, are nonetheless  distressing to ail of us.  In'closing, Twoald like to thank you  again for bringing thjls matter to my attention and to express the sincere hopo  that In future you and all our customers  will bo treated with friendly, courteous  sorvlcq. \  !.-.'���'���   K.RafdMalr,  Minister of Consumer and  ; Corporate Affairs  ���   MU ______ il��� / ' '" ��� ���> '  To mom and dad from  your son, the hockey player  good to find out that not all editors wero  named Gerry. Dennis, thankfully, wa.s  another affable type and we got along well  for about seven months (some kind of  record for me).  Ris problem, however, was that all the  fame and glory bestowed upon a small  town editor was not enough. He wanted to  be rich or at least be able to afford pork  egg foo yong at the Golden City every day  ���,,.,. The rest, as you know, is history -  ;i  Ina -frantic search for a, suitable  replacement for Dennis, a man who had  become well-liked in the community for  both his integrity and dancing ability,  ; Times officials sent a call out to Medicine  I Hat, Alberta!    ,  Medicine Hat was a logical choice  because like Houston, Texas (Dennis*  ! home town) there is a lot bf money and oil  ; there, and it was th^re they found Karl.  In anticipation of another great editor,  I welcomed Karl (at least his name wasn't.  Gerry) with open arms. Two weeks later I  waved him good-bye (another record for  j me. ),...:��� . .-.  i - Although during Karl's two-week  1 tenure I couldn't quite determine whether  i he was the affable type or whether I got  along with him, I did come to the conclusion that I have a definite knack of  getting rid of editors.      /  There's not much else to tell ��� except  ! that I'm the affable type and I hope we get  type and I hope we get  along.  Approxlmatoly 12 por cent (237,500) of  tho adidt papulation of B.C. aro considered  hazardous drinkers; I.e., those at risk of or  already experiencing physiological  damage duo to heavy drinking (5 or 6  drinks dally on average). Of those, ap*  proxlmatoly, H3,^jcpj!iJto;:cJ^Kl(4uA3.  alcoholics,  u.  iS*-  TOO LATE for the Dogfish Derby but  caught by students at the Native  just In time for dinner. Rocky Joe   Environmental Studies, Program ���  Dear Mom and Dad: You shouldn't have Jumped all over tho  I hopo tliat you won't got mad at mo for Coach for pulling mo off the ico, Ho is a  writing this letter, but you always told mo pretty good coach, arid a good guy, und ho  never to keep anything bock Uiat ought, to knows wliat he's doing. Besides he is Just a  bo brought out In to tho opon, so hero goes, volunteer coming down nt all hours of the  Remember tho othor morning whon my day helping us kids, Just because ho loves  team was playing/and^OtiioH yqri iyorov ppor(ts. And, then neither of you spoke'tri'^  slttlrig *and watching? Woll, I hopb that (no tho whole way homo, I guess you worov  you won't got mad at mo, but you kind of" ' pretty sore nt mo for not getting a goal. I  .... embarrassed mo, Romombor whon I wont - tried.awfully-hard,.but IguOsB I am a  ,\\ Sechelt, n.c. '      alter tho puck In front of tho not trying to crummy hi^koy player. But I lovo tho  3K) ���. Secliel!, H.C. score flnd fell? I cou,d tew y*u yelling at game, It's tots of fun being with tho other  :-������ ���          tho goallo for gOttlng In my woy and ijlds learning to compete. ItsIs a"'good  tripping me. It wasn't lifs fault, that Is sport, but how can I loam it If you don't -  ,EteLte4��J��PPOflod to do��,Tlion do..you��.jliow.mo.a good examplo*.And, anyhow.^.  The PeninsulaT^1^  ��i>' -  ''Published Walnwliiys al Scuholt,  on B.C'sSuiiNhliio Const  ;. ':-V ������.-.    -by  . ��� ,  ������  -,    ���      "  I'liv PoiiliMiilii'TlniuN >'  lui'WoNlproN Piil)|loiilloiiN IjUI,  Hox.1l  VON M0  Miono8HS-.12.il  s,  VVbtrtdn't you rather watch your weight  thatih^^^  waldiiiigit?  offlceTnm^f3oxinrw,wi^  to S i>I'i^,��|,ii0fl^*)Snt)****T**"*���*,*,''f,'*,,*'***Ki  Siiliscilpllon Hnlcs: (In mlviuioo)  Looul,'$7 pur year, liuyond 35 in lies, $ti  "    .U.1,S.A.ISIO.OvoriMMW,HM, .������  rorntimlw yelttng at mo to got on tho   thoughtI.woh ploying,hockey (for fun, to'  _ !>  .'i'v  'W*fy*simt.**  ;X\  Jfo^fl*fl3+B fc^tfJWMFlw ��t  mo to play my man, nnd I cpyldn't If I  listened 'to you, and whUo I was trying to  decide, thoy scored on us. Tlwn you yelled  at mo for being |n Uio wrong place.  loam" good  sportsmanship, I didn't know tliat you  wero going to get so upset; becmiso I  couldn't become a big star.  love, your son.  -if. ���  PDRTiciPacuon  Tho Conntllnn movomoni lor porsonul l|tn������  7t��<M* "jwnVT 1  ���m - *7  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right  *���*���  mm*":  ���V -ft*  mmm ���>��  \f  '   l$t-'  mtmmamtytw.,.,  v  j.  w>*tifV'i-iw fv��*ttywrw*>i #  flrWaw^w-tJi+mpl-v*." wH* -M  S'tH,trrif��Mltl��T/l #(Bt'4j,SsOSH*rf*i.n. V-  11/ t-rJFtM'mr'WH vm&V<*<f *W 9*WJM,W  I )'-m'AMtoK*m|v4lt*3Jfe|^  i' i  T 1  / I     ' i  ���*.                     ���            ���  ��� --'���-.-  -     _l_    . J' ���  -. *"*.  _  _ _ __! ^p���  \  *                 I  1  9  i  ��� - ���  * t  >)JX     *v       *fv      I,     y           ^-p-���  ���*���*.-*���<*,�����.*���*���'���> ^ ? ��� *  >"' ��   V1-*' y   *    ���*'  '���+;    *< '^ifl^ilj  Hht..  -  ^^^^^^^^^^K ***  ���������������H  *       *      *���  Ivrli-yfml^B^^^^B^^^^B  i^JS  4^  ^__  ���1-  <���^  -�����----- -  a      -  %  ,���i._i-..0.    ��� mm-iv-r.. rfJ.t--*���  HP 'H^^wW^aWWH"****-*  MORE ABOUT . .  Campaign  A BOX FOR returning library books  after hours was donated by the  Kinsmen Club Saturday. Kinsmen  President Bob Forbes also presented  a cheque of $300 to Sechelt Library  -=From Page A-l   vigorously for the defeat of the referendum,',' she said.  The SCRD announced two weeks ago  that the recreation package ,wilT not  proceed on a piecemeal basis.  Members of the SCRD Finance Committee expressed' concern that the voting  public believes that if a one-third grant  from the provincial government, is 'iftA:  forthcoming -, after. -��� passage >j?,Ojf -.sthef  Teferendumr^the ^rojectT^vffirprobeed '  project-by-project on the priority list until  allotted money is spent.  "It's all or nothing," said Almond. "If  we don't get the grant'from the government the whole deal's off."  Goddard said, however, that in an open  letter to the public passed out at an information meeting in Sechelt, the SCRD  recreation committee "stated that the  building program will proceed as per the  priority list."  "The Regional Board staff have stated  that the Gibsons pool would, therefore, not  receive any funding until all the projects  with a higher priority list."  "The Regional Board staff have stated  that the Gibsons pool would, therefore, not  receive any funding until all the projects  with a higher priority have been completed," she said.  MORE ABOUT. . .  ���Local ferries  ���From Page A-l  also being given to adding another $8  million to the program to convert the  Sunshine Coast Queen into a truck ferry  similar to the Queen of Alberni.  Premier Bill Bennett said the new  ferries are a vital part of the government's  new plans for expanding transportation *  throughout the province to meet tho needs,  of people and our economy,    ,  "The ferries are an essential servlceto  our Island and Sunshlno Coast communities," said Bennett. "The ferry  service must expand if these communities  ��� are to contlnae to grow and realize their  potehtlal."  Tho decision to proceed with the construction plan followed careful analysis of  future; needs ,by tho,corporation,.said  Bawlf.  "This year tho ferry system carried its  ono hundred millionth passenger In its 17-  yenr history," ho said "Our sthdles Indicate that the system will carry Its next  hundred million passengers by about 1985  , ���Just half the time."  If the corporation proceeds "with the  conversion ot ttte Sunshlno Coast Queen to  a truck ferry, Bawlf said, the target for  delivery would bo spring of 1980.  According to the premier, tho program  will employ an nvcrngo of 750 shipyard  workers over tho next two years.  -m RECORDS  volunteer Marie Montgomery.  Looking on are Kinsmen Vice-  president Rick Simpkui, Paul Mathon  of Sechelt Office Services, where the  books may be dropped off, and Kay  Le Quime and Adele de Lange, two of  the library's 10 volunteer workers.  Got the blues?  Want taget away from.  it all?  Take a walk!  arming,.  pafmcipacnonk  Walk a Mock/Today.  X^iXL  TOSHIBA  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  C393  built, modular   chassis.   One-touch   Automatic  ,14" Blqckstrlpe color with reliable computer   &> m fWfcflA  Balanced Color for best   picture  every  time.  Energy-saving quick warm-up tube provides No-Walt sound and  picture. Moulded walnut finish cabinet includes CATV connector.  499'  ELECTRONICS  Radio Shack  authorized Sales Centre  Cowrie St., Socholt, B.C,  ./  & TAPES  Save tlmo and money ordering the re-  Sords and tapes you want. Pop, coun-  oldfeer Gpeefet^lecounts e|t  labels, satisfaction and safe delivery  positively guaranteed. Send 25c mailing for rush copy latest catalog.  Supersound, Box 5227-SY Vancouver  B.C. V6B4B3.  jMM      ��� Sunnycreit Shopping Centre,  *y&U   Olbion. 806-2116  r * i  y  -\  WednesdayrQct. a5rl978  The Peninsula Times  Page A-3  gov't inspected grade A beef, boneless  or boneiess outside  round roast  ma Mm. aJ  gov't inspected  frozen  gov't inspected  gov't inspected, Wiltshire  quartered into chops  Frasor-Vale  Snocap   ' choice   *  frozen  20 oz.pkg.  Maxwell  House  I    10 oz. jar   9-Lives  food  6 oz. tins  SuperValu   *  Mild  cheddar  vllvvdv       SuporValu  *  all flavors  ���  cream  2 litre ctn.   Ovon Frosh   '  hot dog or  hamburger  buns  Woston's   ' crackod whoat  bread  24 oz.  Nabob  1 Ib.pkg.  ��  Purity  +   oil purpose  flour  I     10 kg bag   Alpha   '   2%  canned  milk  425 ml   Harvest  margarine  3 lb, pkg.  Ovon Frosh  Hallowe'en  Cakes r  Martha Laino  fruit cake  ; '    .'���'', ��� 1-..I  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������I  s bananas  Golden Ripe  f^fcId 11*10   Halloween  lalSHlla   pkg. of 10/1 oz. pkgs.  s tropical plants  upright or hanging  6" pot  pricos offoctlvo Thuriday, Friday A Saturday, October 26, 27, 28  95!  Hmag mmjm  We're right for you!  ��^*i��w������m-titfl#An'**aB( t^ii^f  -w^im i^.'a^i'WifpR-j'sBWW  y"  # WM*tS �������*������<!,* pSWWWsW^f^K^lftMSwSill-W���*?  tf. -ii^iwi^*fK��auBWi��i*^��AoW ft^iv.l&fiiW^'tiltnmmkiKW^I^^  iw.f&Mip* (ttMH,*m vmttpi#mity��&f. 1**�� **#��fr  IM^^^IWffi^i^^WW^i)^^****"^-^^!!  T  /    ���  ,\  "''���*-  .���ma  .1 J-fT'-'-.-V -.--*���'  -c.y.���>.'.-"<-  X^yjL.  \    '.���;;���-   -*  yj-yyryy  -ryi~:A<y��.*.  t  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978  Halfmoon Bay happenings  Ghoul pteirade  -���'���   By Mary Tinkley, 885-9479  ���fc-A  -Edna-Anderson-who-are -renting-one-of-  Joan Clarkson's houses. The Andersons  are operating a second hand store next to  the B and J Store, where they are fixing  the old warehouse up with a new  storefront.  On Tuesday, October 3i, there will be a  Halloween party at, the Trousdell  residence to which all children of the  Halfmoon Bay area are, invited. They  should plan, to be .at TrousdelTs by !7:30  p.m. joas not to miss the firework display  arid GhoiiTParade. The Halfmoon" Bay  Recreation Commission which is convening ^the party would appreciate some  help in seving hot dogs and coffee. The  Commission is also considering organizing  an afternoon of bowling at the Sechelt  Bowling Alleys some time in November.  certainly facilitated the ytotk of blasting  and tearing up the narrow road near the  Mackereth property last Friday. By the  time this column is in print, the water will  undoubtedly have reached the post office  and the hydrant which will serve the  "wharf.  The Coastguard Ship "Racer", while on  patrol in the Halfmoon Bay area last  Friday, caipe to the rescue of a small boat  with engine trouble off the Redrooffs  beach. They:took it into the Halfmoon Bay  wharf,-where they fixed the engine and  sent\the owner, a Burnaby man, on his  way. The "Racer" has gone into dock for a  -refit this week.  Guests {at the; Ellis home have been  is collecting Nabob coupons. If .you K ;^lE^dl!^�����???.!!l5���  The Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary  some which you don't need, any member"  of the Auxiliary will be happy to accept  theriu  New residents of Halfmoon Bay who  FRIENDS AND FAMILY join Mrs.   Shown here with her great grand-  Edith Mutter on her 100th birthday,* children, Tracey Parker,  Kelly  Parker, Darin Watson, and Catherine  Evarett.  Sechelt notes  Centennian  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  Mrs. Edith Mutter celebrated her 100th  birthday on October 17. On-that-day one  dozen family members held a special  parry in her honor in the Extended Care  Lounge, St. Mary's .Hospital.  The Mutters arrived in this area in 1944,  settling, on the land that is now known as  _theJ.'Big Maplel^JWrs.JMuttetis a charter.  member of the United Church in Wilson  Creek and donated their first organ. Mr.  and Mrs. Mutter were among the founders  of the Wilson Creek Community Hall,  helping with the building and donations of  material.  -When-her-husband-passed-away^lrs  by the Gibsons Auxiliarj^to St. Mary's.  Chairman Annie Metcalfe provided a good  program of bingo with sweet prizes; that  is, rolls of candy enjoyed by tbe winners.  Assisting her were Nora Heaps, Elizabeth  Johnstone and Pearl Duff.,  Jean Longelly sent an orchid corsage  -from-her-hothouse-for��� each-birthday-  celebrant.  Present at the party toWebrate their  birthdays were Nita McKenzie and Edith  Mutter. The party moo^ was enhanced by  the lovely decorations in the extended care  lounge, ttie efforts of Lillian Peters.  Mutter moved to Vancouver to live with  her. sister Mrs. Mable Butcher at  Blenheim Lodge, then to St. Vincent's for  one year. A 12 year span.before she  returned to the Sechelt area where she  has been for two years", and still going  strong.  Letters of congratulations arrived from  Prime Minister Trudeau, Premier Bennett  -andother dignitaries: '  ��� Fred-MutterT- hereon,- was herefrom ���  North Shbre take Tahoe, nephew Thomas  ALOHA LUNCHEON  The Gibsons Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital extend an invitation to everyone  for their annual luncheon to be held  Friday, November 3,11:30 to 2 p.m. at the  United Church Hall in Gibsons. Good food,  congenial atmosphere, reasonable price,  $3.75.  DUPLICATE BRIDGE  The Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  -Hospital duplicate bridge tournament :will  be held the second Friday in November, on  married to a conservation officer you can  expect to move many times. However this  time' Jaimie and Helen Stephens hope to  stay for along time as they so thoroughly  like the area. They moved.to Halfmoon  Bay last year from Atlin, making many  friends in the area. Now they have bought  the DeHart home on Mason Road where  they will indeed be an asset to West  Sechelt.  "They have three children, David, 4,  Alice, ,2, an,d baby Roger about five  months. \  Helen's mother Mrs. Mary Lonsdale  was over from Chemanius to help with the  move.    DISTRICTS OVERLAP  Zones, districts, areas ��� so "many  different ones makes for confusion.  Regional District Area "B" for instance  covers from the edge of Sechelt, taking in  West Sechelt and Halfmoon Bay up to  -Woods-"  TMdrenbetweentheagesof 6and 12-who���fiairfronTNOTth Vancouver are John and  are interested should telephone Mrs. -  Connor at 885-9347.  Tomorrow (Thursday) at the Welcome  Beach Hall at 7:30 p.m. there will be a  slide show on Russia by Valerie and Jim  Brown. Everybody welcome.  ALL CANDIDATES MEETING.  At a board meeting of Area "B"  Ratepayers' Association held on October  14, the directors agreed to sponsor a public  meeting at the Welcome Beach Hall at 1:30  p.m. on Sunday, November 12, to give  residents an opportunity of hearing and  questioning candidates for the Regional  Board and Schopl Board.-Jim Nygard, f  treasurer of the association reports that a  number of members have not yet paid  their dues for the year 1978-79 which were  payable by the first Saturday in. September. The Board urges all members to  get their membership in good standing and  not to put it off until some major issue  arises. The strength of the association lies  in its membership. It is up to YOU to make  it an association that can protect and 1  preserve your interests:  HERE AND THERE  Alice and Jack Halford have a  congenial habit of playing a hand of  cribbage after each meal ��� before they  even clear away the dishes. We may be  _wrong,-but-we-strongly-suspectthat-the-  issue to be decided by the game, is who  washes the dishes. On October 3, as they  approached the end of a game, Alice was  jubilant to discover that she held a 29  hand,-but-jubilation was followed-by-  frustration when Jack went out with his  his son Kenny and Art and Eileen Kerr of  White Rock. "  Our s Chrisfinas cards are  now  on  displayjfor.you. A very ColorfuLSeleetforL-  this year. ���Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  r^fr yyaxyX''m'4SH  Ay&>?<HAt%X'X'/����X  mm*m  ~MPtter~from Vancouver. Her niece Sylvia���Uie tenth instead of thrusual first Friday  Kerr is well known in this area. She and  brother Thomas were raised, by her aunt.  GIBSONS AUXILIARY HOSTS  The October party for the extended  care unit at St. Mary's Hospital was hosted  in the month. Get your names in early so  the season's program can be made out.  Phone Margaret Humm at 885-2840.  CONSERVATION OFFICER MOVES  Nine moves in six years! 'When you are  -Bay:  Area "A" school board district extends  from Sechelt to and, including Pender  Harbour. Sechelt Fire District covers up to  Bayview Road (near RedrooffsJRoad and  Highway ,101 junction to and including  Camp Olave in Wilson Creek.  Regional District Area "C" goes from  the.edge of Sechelt to Camp Olave (Girl.  Guide Camp) and up to Tuwanek.  . _- School, BoardArepresentative-for-Area-  "A" Kay Dombrowski has another year to  go. Peter Presceskv's term is up and he is  not running again.  CONSTABLE POSTED  Robert Nestman's first posting is to  Athabasca as his career-of service in the  RCMP starts in the North.  Tiext-plajrand-she never hada chance tar  play her hand.  They say it's an ilTwind that blows  nobody any good and certainly the postal  strike which is a thorn in the flesh of most  of us, proved to be a tremendous help to  the crew which is laying, the new water  line. Traffic to the post office at the  moment is down to a minimum which  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit  INFLUENZA IMMUNIZATION  Will be available to all persons over 65 and to persons of any  age who have any of the following chronic conditions:  ��� Respiratory disease  ��� Diabetes and other metabolite disorders  ��� Heart-disease ��� ���  ��� Kidney disease  ��� Chronic severe anemia  Clinic Will be hold of tha Health Unit, 1*7* A^l*h-E^ftt*llftcJl��-  5  Gibsons between 1:30 pm & 2:30 pm Thursday, November  2, and at the Mental Health Centre In Sechelt 9 am to  10:30 am on November 2nd.  For furthor Information, call 686-2228  -*��� ���*  W"**'  ^mt  for November 30th Occupancy  LOCATION: Wharf Street,  Sechelt���Across from the  Sechelt Legion  <-i0'-Q'~�� '  PAVED  PARKING  *  *  High-level noise. You can't see it or feel it,  but' if s'one'of f he worsi hazards Bt the. workplace. Where possible, employers should  control it at its source. In the meantime,  it's up to you to wear proper  hearing protection. Otherwise  yojyrJbi^  more and more impaired. And \  that damage will be permanent. ���  Erotect.yourselLStOrtihg.now.-  FULLY  LANDSCAPED  ���ARCHITECT  DESIGNED  by Kevin Ryan  FULLSPAN  TRUSS  CONSTRUCTION  r  & Prime  of Any Size  885-9979  i>*#i #i��l! ��. V-.  WORKERS'COMPENSATION BOARD KM  MM \M\tm SHoot, VtffKWilvitf D.C, V8Z 3U>, Telephone 200-081 kTrim Q4tiO770fi  : ,i     ��* wi-��� *ii��*>  ��� wr.  .,,,,,  * m* -.m^mit.*  t�� wt-ftanMitr W"i"# ��*it��pWi��i^p^��i��^'��yy>Bl��(F  V  ;/./ I.':"  _^sL  -n  ���i ���       \  \   -\  W  ~iX.  ���L.       a_.  Happenings around the harbour  Halloween fireworks*!^   ^3^By-Doris-Edwardsonr883-23Q8~^^r^l  gcted,  The Pender Harbour Volunteer  Firemen will present their annual  fireworks display and a bonfire Tuesday  night, October 31, by the Community HaU  at 7:30. Refreshments will be available  and there will be one free hot dog per child.  -This display has been-very- popular over  sooner than expected, resulting in tne  cancellation. There will definitely be bingo  this Thursday, October 25, and the furnace  will be hooked up. Games will be as  described in the last column.  IN HOSPITAL1 "'"���  Eleanor Orr has been in the Lions Gate  Hospital for two weeks and is improving.  the years, and this year it is expected to be        _    so more than ever, especially the fire. It.. D<mg"exp~ects her' home soon  should really be crackling as some of the    ���,v~������ ���. ������^.,��� ',���,���.      old lumber out of the Community Hall will PE2?E* HARBOUR SENIOR CITIZENS  be used on it and that's been drying out for , ?ulecti0" <J officers was the annual task  30 years. The proceeds from the Firemen's -��f ?e October meetmg ofthe Pender  -Harbour-Senior-CitizensrBrrfiO���Elected"  by acclamation for executive positons for'  1979 ��� President, Jack Heidema; First  Vice President, Ted Temple; Second Vice  .President, Peg Riley; Secretary, Irene  Temple; Treasurer, Edna Johnson.  Guests of the evening were Mr. and  Mrs. Wertheim-Aymes of the sailing craft  Meria (docked at present in Madeira  Park), Mrs. Dorothy Falmarche.and Ann  Clemence and Sam Lamont. The  gathering was greatly saddened by the  announcement that their oldest and much  loved member, Mrs. Elsa Warden, has  been taken gravely ill while on a visit to  England and is now in hospital there.  Plans for a Christmas party resulted in it  - being a catered dinner.  The new members were entertained  with a presentation of colour slides by Peg  and Fred Riley; a record of the territory  they_covered on their visit last May to the  Holy Land. The collection of pictures thfey  displayed would be fascinating at any  time, but were especially so in thelight of  the present Mid-East situation. The un-  travelled Westerner has little idea of the  profusion ol remarkable ancient sites that  are^herished and celebrated in this, long-  occupied section of the world; profusion of  churches, mosques, shrines, temples,  tombs, wells, walls, gates and. pavements,  all with the intense historical religious  significance^ ���  IRVINES    LANDING   COMMUNITY  CENTRE ��� -..   ���   -...  , There will be no more bingos at the  Irvines Landing Community Centre until  Spring. It has always been their policy to  close down before the bad weather seta in.  -The centre-will still beoperating as usual  With their Tiny Tots classes, painting,  ceraniics, and the hall is used by the Cubs  and.Scouts. They hope to have Open House  after the Christmas season. Many thanks  to George Taylor and Miss Sunni for their  support, also to the kitchen helpers, Bea  Holberg, May Kern and Dorothy Abbott.  Bruce Webb is the caretaker aMis d$ng a  wopderful job keeping the flower gardeja  blooming and looking after the tennis  court.  ���\-  ���\  Ball makes this evening possible  RUBY LAKE RESTAURANT  On October 28 the Ruby Lake  Restaurant will be having live entertainment. They have new winter hours,  Friday - 5:30 to 10 p.m., Saturdays - 5:30 to  12 p.m., Sundays -12 noon to 9 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR  HOTEL RESTAURANT  The Pender Harbour Hotel Restaurant  is closed Mondays and.Tuesdays. New  hours for the rest pf the week are - 9 to 2  p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m.    "  WEDDING BELLS FOR  MARTIN DONLEY  Bill and Dot Donley of Madeira Park  returned home from Winnipeg Tuesday,  October 17, after attending their son's  wedding. Captain Martin. Donley was  united in marriage to Lieutenant Frances  Scandiffio, daughter of Dr. and Mrs.  Scandiffio of Toronto. They were married  in Our Lady of The Airways^Chapel at The  Canadian Forces Base, Winnipeg on  October 14, and it was a-full military  wedding. They are going to live in their  own home on ttie Army Base. Martin is an  .engineer in the army.  PENDER HARBOUR  COMMUNITY CLUB  Last Thursday there was supposed to  be bingo, but alterations on the hall started  o  Ministry of Human Resources  All government cheques will be mailed locally  to clients, on the Sunshine Coast.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  __ The Annual Halloween Masquerade  Dance is being held jm-Qctohec^LattheL-  R.C. Legion Br. 112 hall. No admission  charged and costumes are nota must but  do add to the-meaning of the evening.  There are prizes for comical, original and  spookiest costumes. Music will be by the'  Harbour Lites. Sandwiches will be  available at the bar. \  Bill and Jean Graham and Marie  Cadenhead are running the Legion kitchen  and will cater to -any-->-groups or  organizations in need of catering in the  Legion Hall.  YEAR BOOKS  The Pender Harbour Secondary School  has quite a few 1978-year books left.  Anyone wishing to purchasejme caado so  by phoning 883-2727.  REMEMBRANCE DAY !      ~  On November 11 Remembrance Service and Parade will be held at the  Madeira Park Royal Canadian Legion Br.  112 at 10:30 a.m. There will be refreshments after the service and live entertainment in the afternoon, plus dancing  in the evening.  CASINO NIGHT    <  The Pender Harbour Lions Club will be.  having their ever popular Casino Night on  Friday, November 10 at 8 p.m. sharp.  There will be added attractions this year  besides those colour blind mousies that  "always go in the wrong hole. New holes  will be ball throwing, balloons, darts, then  the regular games, Black Jack, Crown and  Anchor, Bingo etc. Raffle will be a Texas.  Mickey and the door prize $200 for the  lucky winner.    Proceeds from this evening will go into  On October  14  more  than  eighty  members of the Welcome\Beach Com-,  munity Association joined in a family  supper to" celebrate thS twentieth an- .--  "niVersary ofthe opening of ThTWelcomeT  Beach Hall. The members enjoyed an  excellent meal convened by Alice Halford ,  in the lovely and gracious hall made more  beautiful by Joan Mackereth with dahlias  from the garden of Alex Ellis. Mary Tinkley  told the story of how the original hall, 32 by  26 feet, had been built on the strength of a  SeventyDollar-Gentennial grant andalot  of hard work andl*ood will. Janet Allen  described  the  improvements  and  extensions which had been made over the  past twenty years with the help of Centennial and New Horizons grants. Tribute  was paid to the members of to-day by Thea  The Peninsula Times Page A-5  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978  of the area, an'd how glad she was to be  back with them meetiiig so many old  friends.       .     _   -  JACK AND ALICE HALFORD   While the members were celebrating  the 20th anniversary of the opening of the  hall, they were #ble to take part in the  golden wedding celebrations of two of their  members. Jack and Alice Halford were  married in Vancouver on October 14,1928.  While Jack is not always well enough to  take an. active-part in community activities, Alice is an active and willing  supporter of botlTThe"community  association and the ��� Halfmoon Bay  Hospital Auxiliary.'On behalf of, the  community, Alex Ellis made them a  presentation, together with a handsome  cake made and. decorated by Bonnie  Semotiuk. '  It was an evening full of surprises for  Alice. As far as she knew she was taking  no part in the evening's activities except  for convening the supper, and she was  quite unprepared to find herself a guest of  honour. She also had no idea that her two  sons and daughters-in-law, Ted and  Shirley Halford ot Deep Cove,and Henry  and Marion Halford of North Vancouver,  - would be present-    -=-/"  Ted and Shirley celebrated their 23rd  wedding anniversary on the following day,  October 15. Paul Hansen had brought his  organ to the hall for the occasion.  ��� Mary Tinkley  Community projects? Roy Mansfield  received a 100 per cent Award this year  for perfection as secretary. Don Riome  received a Life Membership in the Lions  Club. Dick Hunche reports *they have  reached the $3,000 mark in sale of their  Lucky Leo" tickets.' -  For Quick Results Use Times Adbriefs!  y.  M  Leuchte, who, she claimed, were carrying  on the traditions of the association with  such vigor and enthusiasm.  Joan Mackereth, in proposing a toast to  the Pioneers who had built thfe original  hall, quoted from Ralph Waldo Emerson,  when she said they had "builded better  than they knew", for,8 she said, the community spirit, which exists today is undoubtedly a-legacy fronTthe people vpho  built the first small hall. In twenty years it  had become a centre of social activity and  , it undoubtedly was the reason for the  Halfmoon Bay area becoming a strong  community rather  than  a  suburb  of  , Sechelt.  Tribute was paid to the committees  headed by Alex Ellis and Vince Shannon  and to the volunteer workers who" had  given so generously of their time and skills  to work on the hall.  A warm welcome was. given to special  guest, Elma Tolliday, of the New Horizons  Branch who had-been instrumental in  obtaining such generous grants for the  association. Mrs. Tolliday said how happy  "she was to have worked with the residents  -C  HOLIDAY  MARKET  Has a wide  assortment of...  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' ' ,' ' * ��� ��� * * * - > ��� �� y . i i ii��  �� ��� i t �� i i i ��  i  i  i ����� �� i * i  i  t t  ��� �� ��� ��� t ��� i �� * i t ��� ��� �� t * * i  ��� ' '  ' ' ' ' * �� ��� ��� ��� * i i ��� �� i �� i �� i i i ��� i i * , f  2/55c  $5.79  2/89��  2/65��  75*  * �� �� i t     HI   ^fcl^  75'  $1.89  $i iq  njss  89c  89c  89��  63��  ��� ��� * ��� ���  <   PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park ���883-9100  h^ltffl5l*itHWi����.i��Hl*1'^'-a  V-*��!��#W*����fl��^^^%1|tf^^  *Wmh+  Price effective-Oct. 26-28  RETAIL QUANTITIES ONLY  m  ���&���  "T  i,s-*fif**i'  \  ���\  ^^^HWWWflSlwtj^U^^  ift'^OT^.-p^rWMaMp-ftW'p^'^^  a!iiSB!WiWS'i��i*ii*e��isssi   I I ��� >-  ...:,/.  ...     r~��  "~\  Squaringly yours  ��C By MAURICE HEMSTREET  An advanced course  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  u  ,-w  Hello, fellow square dancers. Yup, two  weeks go I missed a square dance, unforgivable to say the least, why should The  Country Stars have so much fun without  ���me? Well,.I may not be the best square  dancer or the best caller in the field of  squaredancing but my record.of attending  our square dance club is surpassed by no  one and that has to be some kind of record  " October 14 was the square dance that I"  m.ssed and if had known that George and  Em Flack were back I would have brawled-  on my hands and knees to be there,  because it's nice to have a'square dance  couple like them on the floor.   drivers  NB ��� Our convenor blew a fuse at  coffee time; very interesting.  The Country Stars are now squaring  their sets at The Roberts Creek  Elementary School Gym every Friday  evening at 8 p.m. and it is sure nice to be  able to stand up on a stage and look out  over the whole floor of square dancers.  Yes, I was there .last Friday and caller  Harry Robertson will be on stage this  coming���Friday. All square dancers  welcomer join us, a great cluh always has  a great time.  Harry aqd Deanna Robertson's square  dance class at The Elphinstone School  lunch room now has 18 dancers a learning  how on Mondays at 8 p.m.,  On Wednesday evening Harry and  Deanna also have a round dance class at  the same place same time. I think I am  going to go and I know that all of our  members will say, that's a great idea, in  fact probably the only one you ever had.  Well, so I got two lefjtjeet, what else is  new?     . ,  Ron and Jeari Turner wish to say hello  to all the Country Stars. Okay, you're on ���  golly, silence from Jean, unbelievable.  . Oh! well, see you soon.  On December 2 Harry has been asked  to call-for; the club-at Campbell-River  where Ron and Jean Turner square dance.  Put that date on your calendar right now.  as this should be a great evening.  The annual B.C square dance ball  preparations are already under way for  February 17. Get your tickets early. Only  room for 900 dancers.  Well, got a lot to do so I will unbuckle  my typewriter and get along tothe office.  See you next week at the square dance.  Have a good day. Hasta Lavista. "  Port Mellon  Auxiliary news  The regular meeting of the Port Mellon  ���Hospital Auxilliary, was held October. 12 at     ,.  -the homeof-Inger Nicolsen. Tlier&'were 12 ���-  -members-presentr-The -meeting- was--���-  ~pre^idedoveF4)yMargaret-feillrpresidentr  Hard hitting ... realistic .. . tuned to  today's traffic! This is the course that is  designed especially for the professional  driver���the driver who has experience on  the road. It is planned to sharpen and hone .,  the driver skills , . . permanently ... to  show how.accidents happen; and what to  do to avoid them. '  ��� Regardless how good-a-driver youare-  (orthink you are) this course will change  your attitude about driving," and will instruct you on how to 'defend' yourself on.  streets and highways. Films, .models and  the most up-to-date teaching methods  -usedr; ^r���   The cour  safety recon  ability of the .men-women who are  ultimately, responsible for accident  prevention..  , The fee is $20 plus $5 for material. It is  held in four sessions of two hours. The  enrolment is "limited to 20 persons per  class. [  The course takes place on November  -10,. Friday 7-9 p.m.,~and-November-11,  Saturday 9-11 a.m. The same schedule is  repeated the following week. Participants  will meet at Elphinstone Secondary  School, Room 110. Deadline for  registration is Nov. 6, Monday at 3 p.m.  se will improve  company  Is by improving the driving  For registration and information"  please call 885-3512, Centre for Continuing  Education, 9 a.m. to, 4 p7m.  Boat stolen in Pender area  An eight foot fibreglass boat was stolen  from a government dock hi the Pender  Harbour Whiskey Slough, October 15   "Hie grey boat can be identified by a red  . rubber hose on the bow, a lose seat, unmatched oars and a transparent repair job  ��� on the stern.  Fifty dollars ih canned and frozen foods  are missing after an October 20 breakin at,  a residence ���on the waterfront Indian  Reserve in Sechelt. The police have no  suspects.  " Two- wheels were stolen from a-10-  speed bicycle parked in a shed in the  , Mission Point area, on October 20. Police  J say the wheelsare worth between $50 and  $60.  Bullwinkle Glass in Sechelt was broken  into on October 20. Entry was gained by  breaking the rear window.  Thieves stole -$4 from .the coffee fund  and four glass^brnaments ~ a matchbox  and three jewelry boxes..  "Kids fooling abound" are suspected  after the caretaker of the Madeira Park  Elementary School discovered that  someone had tried to light a fire under the  school October 17. Arson has been ruled  out.    ;,' -* .-  A ftye-gallon gas tank was stolen from  a residence on-Panorama Drive in Garden  Bay October 14.  ���r&.^-  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTICE  Parks and Recreation Proposal  A public information meeting will b6 held in Gibsons as follows:  " Gibsons MunTcipdl CouncilChambers^located below the  Ambulance Building, South Fletcher Street  Wednesday, October 25.1978  7:30 p.m.  Sponsors of proposals and Board representatives will be in attendance to answer questions from the public.  Parks and Recreation Committee  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978.  t ���:.  Alcohol  Handle with  ��.rc($^r   J\   W-   -   I  '��� - British Columbia is suffering from a problem that is reaching out to   '  damage the lives of tens of thousands of our citizens, youngandold, male  and female. Its cost in physical destruction and lost productivity amounts to .  hundreds of millions of dollars a year. But the real toll in human suffering  cannot be measured. -  The problem is alcohol abuse - the unwise overindulgence in alcoholic  beverages. You may not^know it, but British Columbia is the most afflicted of  all of Canada's provinces. Your government has decided to try to do something  about it, and we're asking every citizen to help with the task.  My Ministry, starting today, is going to carry the message of alcohol  misuse into every corner of theprovince. Sometimes alcohol is a social drink,  but at all times it is a drug that must be handled with care.  The cost of this campaign will be paid for by those who drink'through  an additional levy on the price of some alcoholic beverages., The non-drinking~~  public should not be expected to pay for the programme.  The abuse of alcohol has been a growing problem - one we must all  help to solve. It is important for every individual who consumes alcohol to  know how much is too much - how often is too often. For the good of everyone alcohol must be handled with care.  Province of British Columbia  Ministry of Consumer and  '  Corporate Affairs.  **  The Honourable Rafe Mair. Minister.  Does Your Club or Group Report ^its Activities Regularly to The limes'  A warm welcome was extended by Mrs.  Isill to our new member Margaret Hunter.  Reports were heard from the various  committees, Gladys Booth gave an in-'  teresting report on the meeting of the  Lower Region B.C. Association of Hospital  Auxiliaries. The meeting was held at the  Van Duesen Gardens in Vancouver and  those attending hear two interesting  lectures and enjoyed a tour of the Gardens. Three of our members who went,  were Margaret Gill, Doreen Dackar and.  Gladys Basth. ���  Final plans were made for the silent'  auction on October 14. The next meeting  will be held on November 8 at 1:30 p.m; at  the home of Rita Hiniks.  Roberts Creek  fireworks display  Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire Department  are sponsoring a Halloween Fireworks  Display at the Sunshine Coast Golf Course  October 31, at 8 p.m. 50 mm and 102 mm  arlel display and whistling paradise wheel  are featured.  The show is supported by Elphinstone  Recreation >Committeo, Roberts Creek  Legion, Gibsons and Sechelt Kinsmen;  Seaview Market.  Very Artistically designed English  pottery sots of 10 and 20 pieces, qll cleverly  boxed showing off their superior glaze.  Come in and have a look. ���Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  EVERYONE  NEEDS TREES  --�����-'%~t-The third in^a-serie^ofMB.xeportsr..  4,-v  c     "    -  , , d -  .'' ,��,  ,.';���.-,'( ,��   '   ���"'  ,...s���i.-(:-l --.~-"-v^.f ���  M��/.��-���.|i'.'V��-M��  TO LEARN  he world market is not  its a jungle.  ours. So are their equipment  costs and taxes. The Miswef for  us has to be improvedefficiency  and higher productivity, more  value from each log. That's what  our equipment investments are  designed to achieve.  Innovation, conservation.  Some of the "hardware" we're  buying applies radically new  technology to save both man-  hours and materials. There's a  new saw linked to a computer  that scahs each log and automatically makes up its "mind"  about the best way to cut it. One  power boiler cost us $22 million  ���but it wiU save up to # quarter-  million barrels of oil each year  -by^biirning^low-grttde-wood-  waste.  , i  One key to secure jobs.  Th& dollars, pounds,. marks,  francs and yen that come to B.C.  in exchange for our forest products are one key to more secure  jobs. Jobs not only for MB  people, but for  many other  British Columbians.  MacMillan Bloedel  Betyffr tools, lower costs.  In our last report, we told you  ��� that MB is spending more than  $450 million over five years to  streamline our facilities. We also  told you why. Better tools for  our employees mean lower Jpro-  duction costs, And that's what  we must h^ive to cotnpete effectively in international markets.  B.C. lives by exports.  There's no way Canada could  ever consume all the products  British Columbia's vast forests  can produce. So we have to sell  about 80% of them in world  markets.  It's a jungle out there.  Our chief competitors are in the  U.S.���the Pacific Northwest and  the Southern states. They start  out with an edge. Right now  their labour costs are lower than  ���^ CAN/VDI^J F OIlESTnY ASSOCIATION.,  and voun pnoviNcWtT6W��tWBWefAf RJM  ;wyi   ]i  * t ** ���       *^+\^**f^WN^i>*^��i��(^^^%^^',f"^t*f^*w-ftAt^bM^Bw-w.*^ J'^miuribp^ WwfC*^ *'r' ****#> f"1  * *   j-J&f Ws-^mP-M*^*^*-*^-^*-^,^ jj, ^itmmi ^ <H^f^JU^ ^  ���^���wnimwwww-w��^ *�� w*�� *t iwdu^pjitf ��PM*-�����v*r?^fc*p-#w *  I���, A,  \  \  . ,  ^'feW'^HigSW.tf^ 1��*# fl*  ��r��sf**��#** w&'&i<rvW-*w*��iFm*lP**< j**  '    <m.tf v UK* 4  ���� tfKttf  '       1  W�� (�����"*. <?1>��  >a (*��  '.i'*****   '  *.-J .  .,  -.Nt..,.      '  1  V,  ;djin^^ira^K#J!^^<Ui=W^'��'��.S-iSjaiii'^jip^  �����nw!���iKBi*.-BK<S(*H*��V tYMfjAtieMsSfasji.iiaHwiisvii.1**!  '-<i<��...|.;pp t, y  ���*���     ���'')  ���  ���. j ���  .   \  ���x   ���'���  -)' ll'.'-'"'..     .��?  *'-.-,.      .ft-/'  ':-"V|p.i  ,U  Sechelt seniors briefed by their provincial president  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978    Page A-7  fr^mmm  By ROBERT FOXALL.  At the monthly meeting in 'Our Hall*  Sr. Citizens Assn. Branch 69 had the  privilege and pleasure of hearing an address from our���Provincial -President,-  Evelyn Olsen of Silver Sands. We were told  in succinct terms what happens to  resolutions .that are presented to the  IVnnual Convention. How they are passed  on to the Federated Legislative Council for  futherance to be consolidated (if  necessary to prevent repetition) and then  presented to the federal Jorl provincial  governments. She added that conventions  were important to the association  inasmuch as they presented a valuable  vehicle for the exchange of ideas between  theUarious branches. Resolutions should  -beTnore-selectivenn^urrequest^bemg���j  sure to do a little research to determine  from the Executive whether similar  requests were not already in the process of  being presented. Our provincial office  "could offer much assistance in determining such facts. Deadline for forwarding resolutions for the 1979 Convention is February 15,1979.  Elixabeth Derby for the IWays and  Means Committee advised that October 27  would be the cut-off date for new membership until after the Christmas Dinner  . wh&i the membership rolls would be re-  .opened. We were reminded of the visit of  the Powell River Seniors on November 1.  Members are requested to turn-out to  greet and mingle with our visitors. In  helping to entertain them you will find that  you will have a lot of fun, so come to our  Hall at noon of November 1, have a good  lunch for $1 and spread a little sunshine.  Both carpet bowling oh" Mondays and  dancing on Wednesdays were reported as  showing  increasing  attendance.  Next big event for No: 69 is the! Fall  Bazaar and Tea to be held the afternoon of  Saturday October 28. Nowhere will you be  able to buy better cooking than atthe bake,  table. There will be other stalls as well.  Before closing and adjourning for a  usual "goodies"- the Draw for Shop-Easy  vouchers was held with the lucky  members being: Present, Jane Peet and  Kay Mavin and the absentees" were Carl  Peterson and Mrs. Ray Harrison.  Here are the dates to remember:  October 25 -Some Bingo and a show and a  lot of fun. October 28 Fall Bazaar and Tea.  Be there! November 1 Powell River  Visitors. November 7 Executive Meeting.  -Next-MonthljrMeeting-November~16 and'  between times all that bowling and dan  cing. Who had time to keep on working?  I would like to remind Senior Curlers"  that we are now underway and pla;  Tuesdays  at Sechelt jind_Fridays  S  Gibsons. Starting time at both places-, 1:30  p.m. .      ���     ���- .      -  STONEWORK  Stone facing - Fireplace  & Chimney Repairs  -arrow  -2821  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTRE  North Road, Gibsons  886-2765  KITCHEN CABINETS  -Merit  ���Carefree  -Citation  ���Care fop  Counter-tops  JENN-AIR  for the ultimate in cooking  MICRO-WAVE &  CHAMBERS WALL OVENS  CARPETS.  ���Burlington ��� Westmills  ���Seneca   ���Celanese  -Olympia -Caravelle  ���Sundeck &  Patio Carpet  G.A.F. CUSHION FLOOR  ���Armstrong ��� Solarians  ���Dynamic Dowd Floor  CERAMIC tlLES & TUB ENCLOSURES  SHOW ROOM HOURS: THURSDAY-SATURDAY, 10 AM-5 PM  Great Products at Everyday Great Prices Prices.  4*.W*   *-.�����������.<�����: A1--A  EVERYTHING FROM soup to nuts proved once again that one man's  was.on sale at the Cowrie St: Giant junk is another man's Christmas  Flea Market Sunday. A good turnout   present. >   '   ,  vjy  \  ,v  Free home fire seminar  A free Home Fire Prevention seminar Volunteer Fire Department, is recom-  will be held November 1 at 7 p.m. at the mended for babysitters,  persons  with  Sechelt Elementary School. wood heaters and all those concerned with  The seminar, presented by the Sechelt fire prevention in the home.  B.A. BLACKTOP  (J %  '&  WHEN  #/  ' OUALITY-^ERVTCFA-SINCE 195611  Grading & Gravel Curbs  ��� Soil Cement* Drainage (Roads  ��� Industrial Sites*Parking Areas  Tennis Courts*Driveways  . p  ��� /.'        ., .:rf-rr\ p..:  :      ..������,..-  ''For Free Estimates Call Jack Kerr"  88S-5151  PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT  North Vancouver Office ��� Zenith 2628  Members:  .,������.    Amalgamgted  jVEmRl Construction  **w* Association.  ex, Road  Builders  Association  LTD.?  STRIKES AGAIN!  TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR  W INTER  BF GOODRICH      L.T. 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Ax -  Then Bruce annouhce^ttwastime for a  :7m-:X:x:7yry.r.XyyXXX,:,Xx7'"7  Well^ after the puppy; we added a dupk,  ;  Mdl^  ybuek;'''':S/:;;^ 'ky  . I can*t say that Rferman, 'ttie polecat,  :w&kn^>77kX7X7r7Xrk.yx7^^  yX But he was a^^ darlmg; coihpared to the  ���M^'-77:Xk'77"'kXA7X"y  We gothim a horse when heientbred his  'teensjXkXrXyyX:^��� ������;'V>-:" ���.  -.,'." But now that he's older, he's hung up  -hispjeans;.. ,...���.., ".;',  Our Bruce is now married, and what do  ���ypu-think?'p-r;7; ���k-777XrX  yk He's tafed his wife into not buying a-  '���rnink^::ft >.���:-.      .A'X'A-::J: :':��'���:  ;The ;SUnshinP Cwst Ijioris >Club is  "spwsoniigtheT^ky^  the Roberts Greek to Halfmoon Bay area  again this year. The ticket sales have been  underway since July 1 and will contoue  only until October 31. To help make this  the best lottery to date, the Sunshine Coast  Lions Cliib will be holding a final sales  iblitz on Saturday, October 28; at various:  ^R^i0wr~thrpughbut the^ilhrgevbf  'Sectielt.'.: ���:';...'������: ; ,f ''''"���  The final draw willy be held ; on  November 24 with the first jprize winner  being awarded $100,000. This is the filth  Lucky Leo Lottery to be held and the-  previous four lotteries have' netted over  one million dollars,: all of whicti hals been  used for providing services;tofthe Crip-  {^iied ChildretJ'pf British Gbiiirr^iai ?*  lgEj^L4prcc   ^~rTfllJ5ickyJ^rrbtte^   are_sponsored  October 14.....  October 15...,  ��� October 16.';;'..���  October 1.7....  October 18'.'';..  October 19 ..,!  October20 ....  v. .7.0  ...9.5  ...16.O  .11.0  ...9.0  ...9:0  V..8.5  17.5  17.0  14.5  14.0  15.0  17.0  14.5  nil  trace  ; nU  trace  trace  1.08  0.04  Week's rainfall -1.12 cms. October to  date -1.90 cms.1978 to date -93.42 cms.  October 14 - 20,1977 - 0.81 cms. October  1 -20,1977 - 2.77 cms. Jan. - October 20,1977  ���'--71;86-CmSr - ���'��������� ���  ���,-- ���"'T~  by The British Columbia Lions Society for  Crippled Children'' and one Quarter of ttie  proceeds of the ticket sales are kept right  here in this community, jgoing toward  ^.various local activities.  Tickets are available for only $2 from  any Lions member or at any of the  businesses displaying thpgold signs. Your  patronage of this Lucky Lep Lottery is  deeply appreciated by all Lions members,  and especially the crippled children in  British Columbia; -- ���7--���  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES  LTD.  883-2722  to get you going?  If money is the only  thing standing between  you and a newer car,  here's why you should  talk to us about a  Personal Loan.  Flexible interest  rates. On approval  we'Htailora  re-payment plan  -that.wpn't strain  your budget.  We'll make all the  arrangements with  you before you go  car shopping.  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Bert Hackett and the origins of parks in Sechelt
The original park in Sechelt was „
 located in the -two square- block-area --
yo bounded by Cowrie and Dolphin Streets
and Inlet and Wharf .Avenues, Dolphine
west of Wharf had not been opened up at
the time, so the northern margin of the
park straggled off into the woods, but
there was a"neat wire fence bordering
Wharf and curving around onto Cowrie.
In the early days this tract was known
only as the Sechelt Picnic Grounds to
_.: distinguish it from the Selma Park Picnic
Grounds. However, before the land was
broken up and sold it was often referred to
as Sechelt Park. Today the area is occupied by such institutions as the Bank of
Montreal, RCMP detachment, fire hall,
and the government milk<store.
Herbert \"Bert" Whitaker became our
first postmaster in 1896 and developed
Sechelt as a summer and hunting and
fishing resort commencing with the
opening of, his first hotel in 1899. His
commercial enterprises expanded locally ,
and at one time included also a store at -
Pender Harbour, a wholesale fish and
game   establishment   in  Vancouver,
several loggipg_camp$i tWQ_shipping lines, -
wharves; etcrr" --•   -j .
In 1924 Bert Whitaker hired Robert
Simpson Hackett as accountant to run the
office of Sechelt Seaside Resort Co. Bert
Hackett was born in Dublin on March 15,
1884 or 1885 and as a youth worked on the
Duke of Devonshire's estate in Ireland.
About 1912 he emigrated to Kamloops,
where he was employed by Cowan &
Penrose, operators of the Cariboo Trading
Co. and the Onward Ranch at 150 Mile
House, Cariboo Road.
Mr. Cowan wrote a truly glowing letter
of recommendation which included the
following history. "Mr: Robt. Hackett
came to-work for me,as bookkeeper in
1913, left for the war in 1914 with Canadian
__ - Contingent, and returned to work for me
. _after-the,war. HeJias beenumanaging a-
store atthe 150 Mile." R.S. Hackett served
as Postmaster at 150 Mile House from 1920
to 1924 and as Postmaster-at Sechelt from
May 1928 to 1950.       . I
Bert Hackett married /Marjorie Good'
Wright and brought her to/Canada in April
1920, together with their7 infant son Bob.
The three arrived in Sechelt in Sept. 1924
"X      and Bob attended a one-room school here.
'' •' After_Herbert_Whitaker_died_ ink. 1925__
j Bert Hackett stayed on working for the
estate, which was managed by the
Canadian Credit Men's Trust Assoc. The
Union Steamship Co. purchased the
Whitaker properties in April 1926 and Mr.
Hackett was employed by them or their
associated company, Union Estates ~Ltdr,~
for the next,22 years.1
George H.R. Aman, who had com-
__ mehced working for Whitaker about 1902,
Jw%the.firsfc residentag&rt in Sechelt
"'* taionrCoranch-vhen he retired iirl928
he was succeeded by-Bert Hackett as local
Superintendent. This involved overall
management of the store, hotel, dance
pavilions, bath house (now enlarged into
the Parthenon Restaurant), boat rentals,
cottage rentals, tennis and badminton
courts, picnic grounds, etc. at both the
Selma Park and Sechelt resorts.
Ernest W. Parr Pearson took over, in
June 1948 as resident manager after Bert
Hackett retired from the Company due to
poor healthrHecontinued as Postmaster
for a couple of years and then'reared
completely except that he kept the
meteorological records to the last day of
his life.     ■      - .„;.;'' ',":.  ,'
Bert Hackett died on Noy. 1, 1951,
mourned by the whole community as one
•of its more respected and well-loved
citizens. He was a gentle, quiet, handsome
man who smiled readily, was thoroughly
efficient ahd faithful to his employers, and
a loyal friend to many Sechelters who
needed sympathy or assistance. As well,
he enjoyed a wide circle of acqualntences
, from aU points of the compass, people who
holidayed here during \he yeprs when
Sechelt was a major resort. 'Marjorie
Hackett died in 1956 and is buried beside
her husband in St. Hilda's Churchyard.
The picnic grounds were'developed by
the Union SS Co. In the latp 1920s to provide
recreation for the huge parties of up to
2,000 pooplo which tho Union ships transported ' to Sechelt and Selma Park,
Sometimes three boats, tho Lady
Aloxandra. Lady Cynthia and Lady
Cecelia crime Into the Sechelt wharf Ip
quick succession and discharged
paflscngcrp simultaneously from both
upper and lower decks, with fore and aft
gangwoys. The vessels then sped back to
Vancouver to take on other jobs until thoy
returned to Sechelt in tlmo to carry tho
plcnlcers homo at 7 p.m.
Largo employers such as Woodward's
liudsons'a Bay and B.C. Electric annually..
closed up shop for a day arid took whole
staffs on excursions to Bowen Jsland or tho
Sunshlno Coast. These bpppy folk with
.their families and .friends sailed from
Vancouver at 9 a.m. nnd arrived at sunny
Sechelt, shortly after 11. Local chlldrprf
PROMINENT SECHELTERS seated (Sechelt teacher),* Mrs. Jessica fr-p'Hill (Forest Ranger), George H .R;
ori steps of waterfront cottage in late vine (Porpoise Bay resident since; JVman (early Whitaker associate and
1930's. Left to right front row: R.S. 1912), Mrs. Mae Whitaker (widow of  postmaster), Mrs. Marjorie Hackett,
Hackett (Supt. for Union S.S. Co.), Bert Whitaker. Her home at 54 Cowrie   and Hairy Duncan Irvine (for whom
Margaret  Hill,  later  Mrs.  Slater St. still survives. Back row:,Teddy!  Jryine Creek is named).
donations of labour and money by persons
too numerous to name. Ted Osborne Sr.
Bros, lent equipment. -
- Letters Patent incorporating the
Village of Sechelt were granted on Feb. 15,
1956 and in May the Board of Trade asked
the Union Co. to transfer title to Hackett
Park directly to the village. On Aug. 21,
1957 the Union Co. advised the Village
Commission that survey work had commenced at the park site. The deed did not'
arrive in Sechelt until Dec. 5, 1957. It
contained a /'specific covenant not to use
the land for any purposes other than a
Municipal public park without the consent
of Union Steamships Ltd."
Inasmuch as jthe village^office does not
presently hold a copy ofnhe deed, any
other restrictive covenants are not known.
Hqwever^ata Council mmeting held Oct.
18,1978 "the clerk was asked to search the
records of Hackett Park" to learn if it
would be possible to locate Whitaker
House there.   j
' Whitaker House has been donated by
Hayden Killam to the Lions Club, whose
members must, very, soon find a new^site,
for the heritage home if*they are to'suc-
ceed in saving it. Bert Whitaker built the
house on Cowrie St. for his sister Evelyn at
the time she married H.J. Haslett on July
15, 1907. Land, in ^ilson Creek is the
vicinity of the airport has now been offered
as an alternate future location.
Aldermen Leitner moved, seconded by
Alderwomah Kolibas, "that while Council
is in favour of preserving Whitaker House,
it is not in favour of locating it in Hackett _
Park." Aldermen Thompson and
Jorgenson voted against the motion and
Mayor Nelson broke the tie in declaring an
-^yelfeJ\Mion_carried/i_:^., ^.., .... „
' The first report of municipal activities
for the period ended Dec. 1956 stated that
"Request was made to Union Steamships
-Ltd.-to permit_the_acquisition by the
Village, through purchase or otherwise, of
the half-block of property comprising,
approximately Vh. acres adjoining
Hacket Park to the North . . . and thus
increase the Park area toa size in keeping
with the foreseeable needs bf the Village."
Nothing was accomplished in this matter
and houses now coveiF the area on the
north side of Medusa St.
- , By July 1958 a start had been made on
-fencing-the-park-and the-Kinsmen-Qub-
was preparing children's playground
facilities. In 1960 a backstop and flag pole
were installed and the park in that year
, was used for the first time for ball games
and May Day celebrations.
As part of 1958 B.C. centennial
celebrations the Village sponsored a
project to do further clearing,  erect
bleachers and seed the area. During the
ensuing decade a stage was. erected,
power poles installed, tennis courts and
horseshoe pitch constructed, a tire tree
completed. On May-21an3 "22, 1978 the
sixth annual Sechelt Timber" Days were
celebrated with many events staged'in the
In 1976 the president of the Lions
reported that since 19723 Hackett Park hacl
been the "single largest and continued
project undertaken by the club. One hopes
that these generous and energetic citizens
can succeed in saving Whitaker House
within the boundaries of the village, of
Of course the house requires rewiring,
it lacks insulation,jteeds a new foundation,
and both upper and lower floors should be
replaced, but most people treasure the old
landmark very highly.Good luck to"Red
Cottage", which is the original name of the
«a*» >mmi:y, x.->-jA>"<!,:,i'"JKm :?&y±m
* Many people are not
aware of the death
benefits__ payable, . by
various   Crovyn ^agencies.
* The Canada Pension Pldn
will pay up to $1,045-00 on
the death of a contributor.
This' is in addition to the
widow's pension. ^.
* A veteran's^faiinify may
be eligible for a grant from
D.V.A, or. the Last Post
^At^ime^of-Treed, Devlin ~
Funeral Home will assist
the family in determining
eligibility for various
goyerh.rrie.ht or private
death benefits.
p.A. devlin
UNION ESTATES LTD. Sechelt   from Dolphin St. The park is nowf
^_?_>_.__picnig grounds inJateJ920'^pr_earlyl_jcover£d-iWitiu^Udings-and
west side of Wharf Road just uphill -     ■  '
The Peninsula^m^
Section B
Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978
Pages 1-8
were attracted to the wharf, to watch the
visiting hordes stream ashore and take
over the village. Some^headedfor-the.
beach to enjoy swimming, boating or
fishing. Other proceeded directly to the
picnic grounds where the flrass Was fiir-
nlshed with very long, heavy tables and
benches. The park stoves were already lit
tp provide hot water for tea and coffee, Ice
cream and fruit were given free to the
children, but picnicers usually brought
their ewn sandwiches.
The more sophisticated guests could
dine at the hotel or partake of refreshments at the Totem Tea Rooms in the
dance pavilion on the waterfront, The
general store, although large, was overcrowded with souvenir seekers.
A band always accompanied the larger
picnics to provide music aboard the boats
and at the park, The Liberal party picnic
to Sechelt on July 5,1939 brought along the
Vancouver Junior Band of CO pieces. The
St. John's Ambulance Society sent attendants, for of ""course there was no
resident physician at Sechelt until Dr.
Holm arrived in 1939.
placed on-the market. Sale of company
properties in Selma Park had been underway as early as 1946. .-.— .;..„....
Ernie Pair Pearson was\ the prime
mover behind a request to the Union
Steamship Co. that they donate land" in
Sechelt for a replacement park. In March
1952 both, the local and Vancouver
newspapers carried stories that the Union
Co. had presented five acres to Sechelt for
use as a park and playground to be known
as Hackett Park In honour of the laj&R.S.
Hackett. • y'
The letter from the Company/Stipulated
that the gift was subject to thecommunity
putting In prppcr roads to i\ii park and the
clearing of the property^or playground
purposes. Of course In 1952 Dolphin and
Medusa Streets and Ocean and Trail
Avenues, the borders of the new park, had
not been opened up, although JSert
Whitaker had'given these thoroughfares
their namp/back In 1909.
Several Sechelt organizations as well
as the Selma Pork Community Assoc.
were^dlspussing building a community haU
tor  the  combined' area.  Ernie  Parr
Large sports programs were arranged,/Pearson felt that tho new, park might
Including foot races, a tug of war, and a
baseball game. These excursions continued until tho long years of war in the
1940s changed thP pattern of living; As late
as 1951, howevor, baseball teams from
Gibsons and Secholt were still playing on
thd diamond lrour first pfirk; Mombersof
tlio Crucil, Gaines, Nestman nndPetorson
families who playpd'ln that year still live
on the Sunshine Coast.
In March 1952 tho < parcel of land
comprising our first park was surveyed
for Union Estates Ltd. Subdivision plan
WM3,was prepared and tho new lets wero
provido an Ideal site, but the hall" never'
materialized.   "
The Secholt Board of Trade was advised by the Union SS Co, that the five-acre
block would be deeded tothe Board In trust
for tho community until such tlipe as
thp property then to bo deeded by tho
trustee to the vlllago. ,
The Board appointed E.E. Coe as
Chairman of its Parks Committeo and lie
organized sudcossful clcarnlng bees. A
largo ball field was prepared and adjoining roads wero built with generous
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■ ,/'x'1 '=-./  rOf.  -'J  885-3231  Page&2 ��_ The Peninsula Times     _Wedi, Oct. 25,1978  CLASSIFlEp ADVERTISING RATES  Phono 885-3231  Work Wanted  For Rent  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsulo Times  forWestpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.,     .  Estpblished 196*3  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates: .  -3-line -Ad-Brief s~(i 2-words)   One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions : $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words) 60c  Deaths, Card of _ Thanks. _ln  Memoriam, Mar-riage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c persline  after that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cakh discount.  EVERGREEN  LANDSCAPING  Complete landscaping service. Reg. sch. lawn & garden,  care. Don't.do it twice... Call'  us first.  Free Estimates  885-5033  4986-tfh  FULLY QUALIFIED  ELECTRICIAN  _i__FreeEstimates ���-  886-2546  1   BDRM  W-F   fuUy  furn.  cottage, $225 per mo. Avail.  immed. 883-9098.        4737-tfn  " DUPLEX Davis $ay. 1 blk.  from school, 2 bdrm, no  appliances. Avail, immed.  $200,885-9719. 4951-tfn  EXECUTIVE House Apartments     now     renting.  Overlooking Gibsons Har-  rf   " : ���  Cars and Trucks  '76 CHEV % Van. Low miles,  $4395.886-9316. 4066-48  '74 FORD F250 4x4 pickup.  Red, no rust. Eng, 360, 4  spd., sun roof, am-fm casette,  CB, 56,000 mil. Asking $3,800.  886-9781. 4013-48  '75'LOUISVILLE Ford with 16  ft. van. ,38,000 orig. highway  miles   (valves  ground at  Found  For Sale  For Sale  SEWING' BOX found  .alongside road in Sechelt.  Owner may claim by identifying size and color. 885-3527.  4124-48  For Sale  4060-tfn  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line." -    -    --  h   .  Subscription Rates;  By Mail: - s   Local Area $7.00 yr. _y'  Outsidirlocal Area --rr^$8.00 yr.- JOURNEYMAN- ' Shipwright  u.s.a $10.00 yr.       spelcs work. Exp. in all  Overseas $u.oo yr.    aspects boatbuilding;   house  Senior Citizens, /icarpentry & cabinet work.  Local Area $6,00    Reliable worker, reas. rates.  Single Copies.........;. i5����-    For free est. & professional  "  ' /       "^jpb; call Allan May, 885-5765.    4578-tf  bour. 37 deluxe 1&2 bdrm._-30400-).���Carrying���com  K"         rtment on top of van, plus 2  xes under van, $8,000. 883-  9230. ,  4022-48  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  , can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &.C Electronics.        4855-tfn  WINCHESTER   -12     ga.'  shotguns. 3" magnum, 30"  barrel, full choke, slide action,  reg. $219.95, now $139.95.-Link,  Hardware,   Sunnycrest  Centre,Gibsons.. . ,   4116-49  2 HP TILLERS, reg. $189.95,  ��� now  $149.95.   Link  Hardware,  Sunnycrpst Centre,-  Gibsons. 4117-49.3  1 ENTERPRISE oil range; 1  electric stove, 24".885-9564.  _.        4129^60  23  CU.  FT.  freezer,   good  - cond., $125.886-7924.\ 4133-50  FORD FAMILY,  Norwest  Bay, history 0^886-7731.  .   4138-48  .-A  suits. Featuring controlled,  front entrance, colored appliances, cablevision,  panoramic view, extra -  soundproof suites, drapes, w-  w carpets. Rents from $230.  Inquire at 886-2465.     4072-tfn  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm,'Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf_   .   CATERING: Let Rtrfierts  Creek Hospital^Auxiliary\  take care of your next social -  event. Quotations and menus  for private parties or larger  events from Mrs. Raines, 885-  3457 or Mrs. Ironside, 885-9286.  '* 4086-49  Coming Events^  PENDER HARBOUR  Community Dance Band  (Harbour Lights) requires  lead alto sax player.  Rehearsals Sun. rtight.  Transportation from Gibsons-  Sechelt area can be arranged.  Any other horn players on  Peninsula welcome. 886-2555  er 883-9211. 4076-49  - ���       ' -    "���   ���        ���-   ������     ������ ������ ���.1 ..   -.. I ���   mm     fc  Obituary  Help Wa  nted  AYOTTE:  -October-  Passed  -19r-4978r  , away  George-  JOURNlSYMAN Autobody  fchanic &nd Painter  _ urectfqr 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. 4099-49  A BABYSITTER for 2% yr.  old girl Mon.-Fri. 8-1:30,  Davis Bay-Roberts Creek.  Prefer home with another preschooler. 885-3737.       4104-49  ! 1HELP GREENPEACE  Help!! Seller;? urgently  . needed- for. the Greenpeace -  "Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money! Save lifeL P.Important Notice!! During the  mail strike Greenpeace 'Go  Anywhere' lottery tickets will  be distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to call  in this area is: 898-5851 or  Greenpeace Vandouver 736-  0321. 49214&U  HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC  APPRENTICE '  Available after, Dec. 22.1 yr.  experience & 6 mos. of school.  Very reliable & have good  references.  . 885-3818  9:30-5:30  "    4092-tfn  WHAT DO YOtJ EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed   service?,    ....  ���Fair estimates?  Then give us a call:  PEERLESS  ��� TREE SERVICES LTD.  885-2109  758-tfn  ONEl-bdrm duplex, one 2-  bdrm duplex, two 2-bdnh-  houses.   886-2530:    4065-48  WHY RENT? No' down  payment, 197112 x 48, nice,  cond., 2 bdrm, $96.50. per mo.  plus pad fee. 1974 12x68 3  bdrm, $122 per mo. 926-1024. '  4936-tfn  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 &��� 3 bdrm apts.  Reas.   ren|t.    Incl.   hteat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. -886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfn  I  For Rent  FURN. 3 bdrm mobile home  on nice quiet site. JSelma  Park Vista. Avail. Nov. 1, $260  permo., incl. pad rental. Refs.  please. Sorry, no pets. 885-3310  0^885-3417. 4051-48       _2_BDRM^_APJL,-aay-elec.     RealJEsJate-  \ BDRM MOBILE  home.  10 x 48   on   pad.   Wilson  Creek. Furn. or unfurn. 886-  9347. 4081-49  SELMA PARK: ^800 sq,.ft.  bldg. Large storage area,  living  quarters ��- partly furnished. 885-3509.  :       4079-49  MADEIRA. PARK:  1 bdrm.  furn.' house, with carpet,  fireplace. 2944391 or 432-3694.  -      ��� 410849  ROOM & board for 2 pensioners or working men. 885-  5424. 4107-49  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  74-GMC 6 cyl. % ton truck.  Stnd., $2,500. Also 1972 Fiat  Spider. New trans. & top, less  motor, $500.883-9411.    4032-48  RAMBLER body & .brakes,  exc. cond., sta. wgn., $75.  Camper truck, 4 whl.-dr., new  motor, fully equip., $4,500,  assessed value $9,500. 885-  3909. 4123-48  '71 ROADRUNNER. High  performance 383  eng.,  4  spd.,_exp. cond. 885-3466 aft. B.~  4125-50  '73 DATSUN 610.48,000 miles.,  $1,000 obo. 883-2247.   4132-50 '.  '74" VOLVO 145 wgn. fuel in-  jection. Radio. Mounted  snows. 43,000 miles. Carefully  maintained, $4,400.886-7098.  4135-48  MOVING. Must sell '69 GMC  pickup, $975.886-7335.   4134-  48  '72 DODGE COLT, Automatic,  good tires, clean, $950. 885-  9027. 4144-50  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5.       . 4457-tf  MACLEODS  SECHELT  Hot Point  -  WasherSale  2models:  $404.57 white  $434.57 white .  -- $10 extra  with color  - Dryers to Match  $274.57 white  $294.57 white  Phone 885-2171   -415448  -DOORS! ��� BtCt's���Lowest-  Prices! Pre-hung Interior  $14.90; pre-hung Exterior $37;  Fancy Doors $49. Hugh stock.  Walker's. Phone 266-7211,1366  S.W.-Marine-^Drive,' Vancouver V6P5Z9. 498848  STAND-UP Hoover vacuum  cleaner, nearly new, exc.  cond, $60.886-7069.       409447  R.V. RENTALS,  ��� Vacation the unhassledw&y.  Campers fully* equipped &  heated & insured.  $70 per week  We have added to our fleet 21'  Winnebago   Motor   Home.  Superbly equipped.  $200 per week  plus 10c a mile  BELL 21 Howell projector,  ��� $90;��� tripod - ventricular-  screens, new, $15.885-2745.  - - 408549   i         ^^  COMBINATION    wood-  electric range, good cond.,  $80.885-5453. . 414848  885-2600  "anytime  4967-tf  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. 8864424._ __   .  409349  CB Marine Package  Includes CB radio, 7' whip, PA  loud speaker. $134.95 (also  sold separately).  IkWeodburn Stoves ���  ������- =^-4 Fuel Ltd.  Wood "stoves "by Fisherj  Lakewood, Sedore Valley,  Comfort and Findlay.  Distributors _in ^estern  Canada of the Kerr'Scotsman  and Kerr Titan wood -fired  boiler. Dealers inquiries invited^ Northern Heatliner and  Shaw Zero Clearance.  Wood/oil furnaces, insulated  pipe, accessories and fittings  110   Fell   Ave.,  North   Vancouver  987-0811  | PLYWOOD  l/4"x2'x4'  ..  $2  29  HOT   TUB   by  manufacturer,  cooperage. Local  Lands. 885-3818.  the   best  Califoraia   agent Ed  407548  Prentis Enterprises  884-5240  500046  Allan Ayotte, late of Sechelt,  aged 80 years. Survived by his  loving wife Nancy, 3 sons  John, Bill and James, 7  daughters Margaret Wilson,  Irene Flynn, Helen Schmidt,  June, Rose Ayotte, Nancy  Broda and Judy Caldwell; 27  grandchildren; 8 greatgrandchildren; 3 brothers  Willard, David and Allan; 2  sisters Barbara Price and  ;Kate Yates. Funeral Mass  _was���celebrated  UTILITY ENGINEER.  Temporary full-time  position for approximately 5  months for a utility engineer.  The applicant must be  familiar with  heat, fridge, stove, $225.926r  6609 or 985-8761. 405748  repairs and maintenance of  equipment and structures and  preferably have experience in  carpentry. Salary $7.83 per  hour. Please apply: L.  Buchhorn, Personnel* Officer,  Monday,���Stv-Mary^s-Hospital,-Box-7777,-  SECHELT  Urifur'd 3 bedroom home (4th  in full bsmt). Avail mid Oct.  alL Jha��esJoL_Ms._ $375,  TUWANEK. Lot overlooking  obo. 886-9288!  Lambs Bay. Serviced with  water & power. By owner. 112-  226-5019. 4381-tfn  74-EeONOLINE-van���club-  wagon, ps, pb, auto., $3,400  4145-50  REDROOFFS RD.  Unfurn'd 2 bedroom home,  heatilator fireplace. $250.  Refs. avail mid Oct.  GORDON AGENCIES  "885-2013.  October 23 at Holy Family    Sechelt, B.C. Tel. 885-2224.  Catholic Church,  Sechelt,  Reverend Tom Nicholson',  celebrant. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. Devlin Funeral  Home, directors. 414048  413048  eves 885-9365  v-   SELMA PARK   3 bdrms upstairs, full  basement with rec. room &  extra bdrm downstairs. Good  view. Nicely landscaped &  fenced. Reduced to_|49,900.  $5-3855   4074-tfir  '65 GMC 1 ton, $400; '68 VW  Beetle, $700; 16 ft. boat, 65  Jip Merc, $_l,500i_9J>_Johnson_  outbd, $300"; canopy for % ton  truck, $100; various household  items. Open to any reas. offer.  883-9286. 410349  SEWING MACHINE  REPAIRS  Overhaul, Tuneups,  Chemical Wash, Parts for  all makes  All Work Guaranteed  21 Years Experience  Phone Steve at  885-2691   4150-tfn-  NORTHERN     Heatliner  fireplace. Heats your home  with fresh air from outside.  33", $340. Also have larger  -jsize. 885-2615 ---4137-50-  LIFETIME   collection.   You  name it, I have it. 886-7731.  1    . v 414248  16" SPLIT RIMS & tires. Chev  ���& Ford. 885-3211 or-885-2503;���  414748  ARBORITE CUTTINGS  $029  2'x4' .-. 4  Lumber  2x4'  ECONO FIR  8'-14'   FIR  4'x4'x6'   ���a.  FIR        '  2'x6'x6'   Fuel  PRESTO LOGS  12V  35S,.  10c  ft.  rMotorcycles  415348  Personal  MEN & WOMEN to sell Tri-  Chem Liquid Embroidery.  The versatile hobby for the  whole family. 885-3363 or 885-  3576. 4151-50  FOUR BDRM  bsmt., Selma  req: 885-3855.  house,  full  Park. Refs;  40054fn  PHOTOGRAPHSpublished in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  JA-lTb^ogj^/ 1473-tfn  ALCOHOLICS anonymous  meetings 8:30 p.m. every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community- Hall. 883-9260 or  883-9238. 4452-tfn  A WELL BEHAVED nonsmoking male teetotaller in  need of square dance partner,  5 ft. 5 or less preferred. Box  310 F,,Sechelt. 411249  Work Wanted  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  after7p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  r1  i  i  i  !  I  I  I  I "  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  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"T  .,,  ���--  60c  60*  Nam* -  Addrvii  ���i.  i^^^ffW^^p^^j^p^^.p^fl ,^^ff ��^^ -P^^w^-ifl  ���M��,V*v v   .���   nr   >]'      ���   ,   -     ., t -,r   - r      ....        |  The Peninsula Times Classifieds   !  O   ' I, ���' i     '     . '     j ,*   '- J I ',  Uf a\m%w w^^w mmm rn^m ^Wl mmm ^W wmmi ^M ^^ ^^ ^^ Vmm ^^m ^��� ^^ ^^ ^^m ^^ ^^m ^^ ^^1 ^w V^ rn^rn. wmmi mml ffw PWi  ���'"*���������     *  '������'"  v11   ' ':���"���  FOR RENT: Wilson Creek  . Community Hall, Contact  Borime Wigard at 885-9403;  ,3691-tf  GARDEN BAY- ^ duplex for  , rent - furnished, for July-  Sept. 30. $225 per mo. Light &  fuel incl. 883-9676, 4906-tf  Modern 2 bdrm home .with  dining, room, laundry room,  carpeted throughout, ensuite,  fireplace, appliances, heat &  light included. Gower Point  area, $325 per month.  3 bdrm family home In Gibsons. Fireplace and carpeted.  $325 per month. -  Newly decorated two bdrm  suite in lower Gibsons. Appliances include,, bright and  cheery with beautiful view of  harbor. $23Q per month.  Ranch at Pender Harbour - 2  bdrm hcfaie. near-new barn,  pasture all fenced and ready  to use. $300 per month.  Waterfront cottage at  Madeira Park. 2 bdrms, fully  furnished, avallablo until May  1979. Suitable for a single  person who woiild like a small,  cozy home for the winter, $150  per month.  Phone Mr. Dowman  or Mr. Wells  *      CENTURY WEST   REAL ESTATE  (1978) LTD.  1105-3271  WF UNFURN.  cottage. ,2 ,  ���bdrm, 2 bathrw-w, fridge, j  stove, drapes, $250.803-9098^9  3 BDRM split-level homo on 1 ���  acre in Gibsons. Lg, kitchen, LR With shag enrnct,  FP, lg. DR, Ya bsmt, wprkshop  & garage. Avail. Nov, 1, $335  per       mo.       880-0154-47  2 BDRM mobllo homo on  private lot, $179 per mo. 826-  1024 aft. 6. 4131-tfn"  HALFMOON   BAY,   small  furn. cottage,-$115 per mo.  805-2700. , 4139-50  , GIBSONS Jurn'd. -bachelor  nccom. for, quiet, mature  working man. 886-7207. 4155-50  FOUR BDRM mobile home.  Set  up  In  West  SccheU  --Tf*pljwrl^rk��*p��t^feqirtrwlv--t  PENDER HARBOUR.  Charming, peaceful,  secluded large view lot near  lake & sea. Southern ex-,  posure. -Paved rd., city  amenities. $10,000 terms, 8 "  pet. int. Ph. Mrs. Walker* 885-  2998 or 768-5659. 4971-50  5 ACRES plus. 330 ft'-on  Redrooffs Rd., above  Sargeant Bay, just west of  Kenyon Creek. Waterfall,  Southern slope, Well tim-^  bered. Hydro, water, $33,000.  Owner 4405 West 5th Ave.,  Vancouver V6R1S4,     4025-48  OPEN FOR bids on 2 lots, bid  house. Soames Rd. Might  accept some trade. 886-7731.  4141-48   '. : /.  2 BDRM HOUSE near water,  $40,000,885-2868.       4146-50  Mobile Homes  MOBILE HOME space, near  Sandy Beach on full lot. $85  per nio,92fi.l024 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.       4780-j;fn  SMALL MOBILE home with  nlco Interior. Partially furn,  Incl. wooden porch. Set up on  waterfront site. Porpoise Bay,  $2,950 obo. 885-3310 or 885-3417.  4Q52-48  ���: : Lau  MUST  SELL,   1975  68x12.  Fully furn. all appliances,  $13,950.883-9604 or 803*2038.  4021-48  '74 YAMAHA 75 cc, $350. 886-'  9427 aft. 6 p.m. 4120-49 s  Boats and Engines  26 FT. REINELL saUboat: 3  sails,    trailer,    15    hp  Evinrude. $9,900. 886-9984  4967-tfn  1974 - 16' DOUBLE Eagle  Runabout. Full canvas top,  70 hp Johnson & 6 ph  Evinrude. Trailer plus extras..  885,3710. ;'���������������    4029-48  21'  FIBERFORM  165  Mer-  cruiser hardtop. ,;New leg. -  $6,000; 17W Starflre ski boat,  351 V-Drive, $3,000.883-9411.  4031-48  25 FT. older boat, cedar plank  hull, large cabin, 4 cyl. Grey  Marine, engine in running  cond. Hull needs some work.  $1,200 firm; 883-2620.    405648  HEADWATER MARINA LTD  Good winter moorage  1.25 per foot -  20 ton marine ways  DRYLANDSTORAGE  Down Narrows Rd.  Madeira Park    <��  883-2406 24 hrs,   H  4900-tfn  ...... *���. .  UW BOAT with trailer, 50 hp  Evinrude. Lots of extras.  $650 obo. 886-9579.        4126-48  u������____.���;���_J _  26' SPRUCE MAST with fl*cd  hardware. Exc. cond. $35i). ,  805-9033. ] 4127-50  10" DEWALT radial arm saw  with steel stand; 6" Rockwell joiner, steel stand &  motor; wood turning lathe  with steel "stand; motor &  chisels;���1���hp���Craftsman-  router. 885-3127. 4014-48  KNIGHT    mobile    home,  12' x 48', $7,500. Buyer must  transport, from   Abbotsford.  885-5247. 4026-48  FOR SALE  3 bdrms upstairs, full  basement w/rec rm ond, extra  bdrm ^downstairs. Good wlew  in ���Selma''.'Pk^ Nicely land-  sepped arid fenced.  Reduced to $49,900  885-3855  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  .9/ $2  00  ^OAL-  Bags ..  RR CEDAR  2'x8'    RR CEDAR  -2,x10,-^.^m^-  RR CEDAR  2'xir   SUB    CEDAR  BEVEL  3/4" xTO"���-.���.r-r  $3  59c  65c  49  ft.  ft.  NMD-7, 250" ....  PERFORATED 800  SEWER PIPE  3 Inch   SOLID 800  SEWER PIPE ���...,:���.;..  3Inch ���ikA.k'..k..'.7..  80cft.  SIDING  ���$2500  49c  ��  L  '.T.'M'b.  GIBSONS  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  886-8141  ��  Pltch-ln-79  Mwp Ddtl^i ColombloJkoullful  ��  12' MICROCR^FT & 15 hp  Evinrude   motor.   Verj|  sturdy,   wide   boat.   Exc.  flotation. 2^ (^tonk8,���$000���  . w-w carpet,  seml-furn.,   48  dryer, sundeck. Garden Bay.  883-9411. $10,000.  4030^8  P^S  EVERYBODY'S DOING ITI  And thoy sure are happy about It I  What are thoy doing? Why, they're  reading ThoTIMES., .'looking for anew  homo or car or \&b or washor or  bicycle, And each perefon will probably find |ust tho right Item bt just the  right price I Haw do wo know? Well,  wo havo loads of advertisers every  woek.,,offor|ng scores of new products und services.  Wo welcome ads of all sizes.,, we'll  oven holp you develop an ad If you  Wish, for the same cost as the ad  alone I What other media can offor  ihal kind of bargain.,, on a orie-to-ono  personal basis? Chock around, and  we think you'|l want to join your  frlonds yvHo road and advortlso In-  The TIMES;.. It's the beat buy  aroundl  The PENiNsm.A^5fr��e*  *H\ .    ������7�� vvooMy pari of your lllel  12 x 04" BENDIX mobile  homo. 3 bdrm, galley kitchen, oil heat, occupied 2 mo.,  Immac. cond. Askliig $16,500  furn., unfurn. negotiable. 885-, r-~rr-T~-=-~  530inft)5p.m. 4156-50   Livestock  FREE TO good homos. Male  blackj& wlilto kitten, female  fllnrtffinfltten, 8 wks. old. 885-  3071; 4143-48  Campers and .Trailers  TRAVEL TRAILERS. 1973 25*  Ktwtom< Konch. Excellent  condition, set up ln Capllano  Trailer Park. Asking $7,200  ���obo, 883-9006 or 880-9000. 4028^  48  CERTIFIED Farrier, Hans  Berger la coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751. /    ' 994-tfn  ~a-  itmrwtM**:-*?  MODERN 2 bdrm homo' on 1  acro In Robta. CrccM 273-  47D2(<W(js.) 273-7011 (dovs).  ',-!'. i 4907-47  ,   ,     ,'. ���    ,1 ��� ���      ,      <'   p  -�����*(,.  Cars and Trucks  '67 V. TON Chev PU, 383  motor, trans & roar end.  Real solid. Jtuns^good. $800  -hmnrmm TorwH.T: m-,  '^Br'VOLKSWAGEN -Van.  Excollont running order,  $050,806-0427 aft. fl p.m.   4U8-  7 ������ ���-������';���. .-  *    ... fti-. ���.-- -..  DR. NICK.JCLEIDER  will    bo    available    for  veterinary work restricted to  *" hdrflaa; every Mrtnday{  For appointment;  equineVeterinary  CENTRE  53(W344 or  WA!,TIi3D. IitwlfS���'���wWMflg  desk, pr*f,���wfth bookcase  top.  Ako very sii1Btt'~non-  worklng freezer. MMM.  4128-50  \  ���wi    *�����  H|l jM��lH-^ft��- (t  ^W��*kM ^*!i^��ii[��:tS��y-*��*iWti6iiK  Np^-' AWlftWwfBfSiMMl^^flWWWfrrt^^^  ��SW^i����>'^^a��i=i��*''|'  *.,-..:  ^irfMi^.fett*r��>��!flbi-5a*ij.  -\  ���1    .(  Ii' i_  A....  ���    \  v-  n \  (^n  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  > BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  Olli Sladey  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROWl  VANCOUVER:  68*7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  Buying the house you can afford  Owning a-home that fits^  your needs can be a great  source of personal satisfaction  Energy  saving tips  Save. money, jaatep��*aiid  heating fuels by, Msulating hot  water pipes and hot air ducts  in your home. Nearly one  hundred dollars a year can be  as well as a-good investment. -  ' Buying a home will  possibly be one of the largest  expenditures you make in  your lifetime, so take time to  prepare a realistic budget so  you know just what portion of  your income .can safely be  allotted to cover a housing  purchase. If you now have two  incomes, be sure you know  this will be a permanent  situation, when Compiling  your budget.  -cent of-your gross income.-  Consider the annual costs  of operation and maintenance,  calculate what extra equipment and furniture you may  need, and don't forget your  present debts' such as car  loans and maintenance, which  will continue. Careful budget  preparation before a housing  purchase can ensure carefree  ownership.  '  I'i.'  ��� .A:  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3  BR cedar home, built 1975s-Vleyv and  many extras, $105,000.' "  MADEIRA PARK ��� nice 2 BR home with  fireplace, full basement. Close to  stores etc. $42,500.   ~ -  GULFV1EW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3>  new appliances,  fireplace.  $?5,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  home with 3 bathrooms, partially  finished rec room, hot wpter heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. $84,000.  'M r $  'MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR  view home, architect designed. 5  major appliances. $77,000.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� furnished 2 UR  mobile home, 12 x 60', on large, level  landscaped lot. $28,500.  'kksk7t%; V;  ��&$'**'���' '  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. Bull*'  1975. $56,000.  FRANCIS, PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44  Glendale mobile home'With 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3+ acre, lot. $28,500.  'MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home  view on landscaped lot. Large  workshop & equipment storage area in  back. Ideal- location for builder/-  cohtractor. $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. Electric heat. Landscaped. Close  to stores & marinas. $50;000.  <S>  saved in the average three  bedroom home if you keep the  heat in the pipes, and stop all  drips from hot water faucets.  If you're using air con-  -ditioning���blowers-this-sum���  mer, make sure that all dust  and grime are cleaned from  the blower blades for peak  efficiency.  Other energy saving tips^.  for your home include using"  ,your-7washer���and���dryer���  sparingly... using warm or  cold waters instead of hot  water    for    rinsing    and  avoidance  of over-drying  which causes many fabrics to  wrinkle and wastes energy.  Radiator coils in a  hot  water heating system should  be kept clean and uncovered  for most radiance and best air  circulation.  --- -The energy crisis can be-  lessened if you run your home  with an eye to energy saving.  MWtHTy mortgage  payments plus taxes and any  costs of secondary financing  should not exceed thirty per  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  Cowrie St.  885-2013  Sechelt  W. SECHELT WATERFRONT  Watch the boats go by from this prime waterfront property. The^  "fouryeaFold^b-drnrhome has everything you wdnT Including a  third bedroom'and d third bathroom In the full basement. OH  and electric heat, garage. Exclusive with Lynn Wilson, phone  885-5755 for appointments. MLS  i  1.18 Acres of view property, with stream, southern exposure and  total PRIVACY off Gower Point Road.   -  PHONE ANYTIME ON THE RED* WHITE SIGNS  ��� LYNN, 885-5755 JOHN, 880.9368  Zoning  Many citizens are unaware  of the zoning '���> by-laws  governing their neighbourhoods.  An RS district, for  example, means single-family  dwellings only; RM refers to a  multiple-family area;RT2  stands for duplex-zoned.  Varlatlos, of course, exist  within each municipality. .  Lower Mainland civic-  officials are taking ah increasingly firm stand in  tightening up and enforcing  zoning regulations.  To maintain or' to draw  rent from an Illegal suite ora  house leased to more than one  family in a single-family zone,  Is to risk prosecution by law  and the ensuing financial  penalties.  Wo urge you to check up  Rcrsonally before buying a  which you think hnvo revenue  possibilities ��� oven though It  has been used as such In the  past; and don't add a self-  contained sulto to your attic or  basement without contacting  your local zoning authorities.  ATTENTION:  Future Home Owners  .   . i    . .  Having trouble finding a home |ust right  for you? ' '��� ,  Consider this:  TEMPO PRODUCTS  Is now offering a complete home  planning and building service.  Somo Foaturos In your now homo would Include!  ��� 1200 iq, ft,, 2 or 3 bdrm, full basement  ���Floor plan of your cholco  ���Brick flroplaco and chimney  -Thermal Pane windows .,  ���Roady for occupancy In 2 short months  And many othor attractive foaturos,  A quality homo at an affordable prlco  Furthor Inquiries Ploaso call .  GREG LEMKY at 886-2706  MADEIRA PARK ��� one bedroom  concrete block cottage, fireplace.  $23,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  ensuite, large carport. No stairs,  excellent  retirement home,.   $59,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR vlew'home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $75,000. One 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  Jo.storesi_P.Q_fiLmarinas^$67r000 -  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  LOTS AND ACREAGE  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/F in Pender Harbour, 1.8  ���qcresfo deep moorage. $50,000. I  .2*"83'; ft Vy/F adjoining above 1.22i��  acres, $36,500.  3,70' bluff .waterfront,,, view over  Bargain Harbour. Asking $21,500 but  .open to offerfe, ',  4.  220��   ft   low   bank   sheltered  waterfront. 1,24 treed acres, $48,000.  5. 100��ftW/F, driveway in, serviced.  $28,000.   ...-...,  11.6 ACRE INLAND ��� 3 BR furnished  panabode, float. Water & hydro.'  ,$165,000.    '���" .'���.""',.'   ���   LOTS   1. MADEIRA "PARK  ���  serviced   lofs.,  $7,000-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA - serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,00Q.  3'. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots.  $12,900-$21,250,  acres,  BROOKS COVE ��� 194', waterfront,  access by trail (1000' from parking),  septic In, hydro & water. $25,000.  ACREAGE,  4. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on  Porpoise Drive. $10,500,  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ���  SincjalrBay Road, Serviced lots, most  with view, three with lakefront. Priced  from $10,000 to $37,500.  " 67 MOBILrHOMrLOTS^^sevenlots^  -serviced -wilh   hydro���&���water;   en-  Cochrane    Road,    Francis    Peninsula.  $11.,000-$ 1,2,750.".. ' >  7. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5  treed, serviced. $25,000.  .8, DAVIS BAY Treed view lot on  Greer Road. $16,500,      ,  9. SELMA PARK ��� lot with beautiful  view, close to beach. $22,000.    .  10. FRANCIS  PENINSULA  ���  9   nice  , building lots at corner of Cochrane arid  Canneron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  ,1.1. FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ROAD ���^  servicer) lot, low price. $7,000.  ^f^5��ffi5ife*  NARROWS INLET ~ secluded acreage -  freed, low bank, 5 to 14 pcro parcols.  Wator access, $24,500 to $39,500<-  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 365�� ft waterfront, 6.71 acres, water access.  $29,500.  EARLS COVE ��� 5,57 acres, 4501 ft'  sholtorod waterfront ad|olnlng ferry  tormlnal. $125,000.  WESTMERE BAY ��� 1,,400��' ft  watorfront on 4.8 troed acres. Nlco  boach dndVocky point. Wator accoss  only, $47,500, " ,'  NELSON ISLAND'��� 40 acres, 1500' on  Wostmore Bay, 225�� on West Lake. 3/  BR' homd, 2 cottages, road to lako,  floats, Water access, $160,000,  ACREAGE  view/  Silver Sands ��� 1.8�� acres. Gulf  10 x 50' furnished mobile home,  small cabin. $45,000. ��   ��� '���   '  2ySllver Sands ��� 1,6�� acres. Gulf  v^w, furnished 12 x 60 mobile homo.  d|olns above proporty, $45,000,  3. Kleindale ��� 5�� ocres 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 -r- 23,7 acres, somo  merchantable timber. Lots of trees for  building a log house. $50,000,  7, Francis Peninsula ���'1.8�� acres,  corner of of Warnock and Francis'  Ponlnsula Roads'. $17,500,  WATERFRONT HOMES  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  \  ATTENTION!  Rotlre on the beautiful  coatt of Pender Harbour. We have 6 Mobile  Home Site* left.  Single Wide/  or Pbuble Wldes  Locatedat Garden Bay  100% Bank Tenrn OPFC  LANCER H0"��S  . |    coll colloct'    /  Ed Zack, 591-5105  Pender Haitour Realty Ltd.  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  .WAT.ERFRONT,.HOME,-r-vNodr,now homo with 4        bodrooms, deep safo moorage, southern oxposuro. Full price'  $60,000. '  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT���.And a roal bargain, It Ii  wllh clean boach; freo ntaorage, clams and oyitori |ust stops  'away, prlco |u��1 $12,000,  ' N  SECRET COVE AREA ��� 10,6 acres with 400':boach,  water and powor avallablo, road In. FP $125,000,  ONE ACRE LOTS -^ On FroncU Ponlnsula, Privacy  plus value In this most doilroblo aroa, Just 2 loft so don't ;delay,  $15,000 oach,  . .    , '  BOATERS ��� Older typo 5 bodroom homo with doop  moorago In Pondor Harbour, FP $50,000,  EXCELLENT ��� building lot. Front Road, Madolra  Park, Fiilly sorvlcod, $10,500.  WATERFRONT LOT ��� Doop apd protectedmoorago  tn Egmont, Has trallor pad, se'ptlcs and -'wator' and powor,  ��38'000i . x_ ���   '    x-  *  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 elo��e to Madolra Pork, -,���  Partly cloarod and on a wottorlyilopo, Asking $39,000,    ���  'FRKNCirFENlire0CT*,=2TS?r^^  Mldltn|loti��Hh7aHfonmB<���M��K1lnttxk��^  '"'v''*������'^-"FhONE 883-27 ^T���^ \  JOHNBREEN ? JOCKHEk^  883-9970  . .LILLIES(PAQ)4AKE���^0-ORhomoon-  5dt acros, Fruit trees, garden. Vlow  ovjbr lako, $77,500.  11 ,  CARTERS LANDING ��� Sakinaw Lako.  24,Bdfc acres, IDSOdfc ft lakefront, road  . access, houso, crook, $135,000,  SAKINAW LAKE --1300* ft lakofront,  24�� acres, 4 BRPfurnlshod panabodo,  float. $105,000,'J        ���      ,  RUDY LAKE ��� 5!db trood acros, close to  public lake accoss. $19,000,        {  i  ���   ��� 1  SAKINAW LAKE - 37 5;fc ft choice  low bank lakofront. 6,63 acres,  road accoss, $54,000,  D,L,325B���-botwoon Soklnow a Ruby  Lakes, 1500�� it on Sakinaw Lako,  creok, Hallowoll Rd ends at proporty.  ^$115,000.'  ''';'  , RUDY LAKE - 400�� ft lakofrontago,  &��: trood acres, road access, $49,500,  GARDEN PAY. ESTATES ��� 5 DR homo,  full basement, 1997 sq ff on malr/floor.  Dull! 1976. Separate 700 /sq ft  workshop. On 122�� cholco watorfront  .lot~wlth.rampJLfloat.~$lB0,00Q.  I  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  i  EGMONT- 4 BR homo; partial  basement, sundock, on 3,3 acres,  ,270* (I cholco watorfront,- $95,000.  I  'm^Lu_______\  .Atftstaww*.  *\).i<.r,P;}iC>&(>0  .��������.  ��   <t��uV      ftu*H*��l^vi  ....'i,l.l.u  HASSANS STORE ��� Francis Peninsula.    ' MAqEIRA PARK -- vacant storo bldg,  i General itpro, >3 Bft rosldonce, rental   . ad|plnlng Nnfl quarton,* One acre '    rtFDoAN��J bav       onn* it sum 'o a  sUtorod/doop watorfront, $105,000'    'Zonod R3. $52,000,    '   ' ',-        ��lL dliTilZ ���ifiSSS'   ^"      '  'A,  .-JJ^N^S^PElilNSyiA' -Jorge 3 DR  "aTcfiltocFdosldrlbd homo on  I DO It  iwatorfront lotr $93,000,  tmamm^m  ia��MKiEfcifflaBa��jira^^  DAN WILEY, R^s. 883-9149  .VtEra-r^r ,axT*ma?nmx;  M)     ��**        -,*l{ ' '    ( t H1  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883r2233  $%��� i-f''  ���I .i^jnri t if.  -,  iw.��ji^��Wa#��*^i*a^��J,>ijs^J^a^'i^^ft!^#,  T   iiw*'^j^��w*a;i|*ef*^WB**��??!'i^^ 17  JU-  aaj,ift,va mam htm-ww^��� ,m.aa am. imua yq m  J^  ���y   -^-  i ���  i,  i  ~*\  Page Hm&_ The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978  ^7C  fieorge Townsend, 885-3345 Frank Uwh, 886-9997  Doug Joyce, 885-2761 Jack Anderson, 885-2053  Bob Bull, 885-2503 Stan Anderson, 885-2385   Vancouver ToH Free 684-8016  P.O. Box 1219 Sechelt  eel  ISLAND VIEW PARK  (Sunny West Sechelt)  A Large Selection of Island View Lots, All Services Available.  <4  -ff  SECHELT VILLAGE - Brand-new 2  bdrm custom-built basement home.'  Sunny bright kitchen. Extra Insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows laftd  heatilator fireplace. FP $56,500.  VIEW HOME, DAVIS BAY: 3  bedrooms, large living room and a  fantastic landscaping job. Garage in  part basement. Lot is 60 x 150,  blacktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,900.  SELMA PARK: Fantastic view! Near  new family home on large treed  garden property.,Large living room,  separate dining room. Rec room Is  finished plus extra bedroom ground  level. 12x26' sundeck. Double  carport. Landscaped, rock wall,  shrubs & shade trees. Excellent  value. FP $57,500. Price is firm.  CREEKSIDE H0ME: on 6/10 acre with  parklike setting, towering trees &  spacious, easy to maintain level  lawns. One year new expansive  home has two large bedrooms.  Separate entrance hall leads to a  large living room with fireplace that  invites gracious entertaining. A 23' x  ;���"28'. attached garage could be concerted to an extra bedroom & family  room. An added plus is. a 440'  workshop with 3 pee plumbing. Close  to the best sandy beach in area. FP  $687500r-:   WATERFRONT     HOME:     Modern  designed, on rare to find flat, level  waterfront. Features channel cedar   -  interior, 3-bedrooms, lots.of windows.*  with all living areas having a view.  Lot is 75x350' (1/2 ac plus). Many.,  trees & good privacy. FP $99,500.  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  finished basement in area of new  homes. Features include large kitchen .jR^nopJk^^firepiac.e.jiba.semenL  flue fijir stove, finished rec room in  basement, carport, sundeck and a  level easy to landscape yard. Priced  right at $53,900.-  tvf.'iwvm -< �����  WEST SECHELT: 900  sq, ft 2 bdrm  home on a lot that is 62x205'. Needs  some minor repairs and landscaping.  Priced   to   selP immediately   at-  $33,900.  CLOSE TO BEACH: Redrooffs orea ���  4 bedroom (one is in basement)  home on large lot close to beach,  boat launching,. schools & store.-  ���J/50th-interest- in���waterfrRnt-^lbt,-  Carport, sundeck, landscaping done.  FP $45,500.  -SECHELT VILLAGE: Ideal location  close to boat launch. 1096 sq ft with  fireplpce,   plus .patio, '&,vworkshop.,  -Large-treed-lot.-FP-$43,500.-Terms!  ROBEWo CREEK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive home on almost 2 acres  levtl Hiway frontage, easy access.  'v��ood large, shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  remodelled. Shake roof, rancher  alum siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.   '���.,,',  8��;ste��.i��  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE: 3,  bedroom, 1400 sq ft full basement  home ~~with-" spacious "llving-dining^j  -room~Fifep1aces-^prand-down--pU��-f*'  extra' flue   in   basement/ Open I  staircase   to   rec   room,   extensive!  cedar work inside and good kitchen I  cupboards.   Large   carport   withl  storage and.22 x 45' swimming pool.L  Approx  3  acres   landscaped  laWn.?  Orchard, fishpond, year round creek,  organic   garden,   greenhouse . and.  complete privacy. FP $91,000.  '���ffim-Mx T  ��� 0*  WEST SECHELT: 4 bedroom home  with 2 baths, family room, w/w  earpets__make_._thls~2000--tq~ft~  residence ideal for an up/down  duplox which Is only steps away from  a public beach with access for boat  launching & swimming.' Situated on  1/3 acre lot. Real Investment! FP  $41,500. Try your forms.  GIBSONS: Attractive* two bedroom  home with part basement on large  sewered lot 98x148'. Magnificent  view property, Cozy livFng room with  brick fireplace, and w/w. Modern  kitchen with w/w, new cabinets &,  view windows In eatlng'area. Smart  vanity bathroom. Auto oil heating.  Excellent buy at FP $36,500,  ADDITIONAL  LISTINGS  HALFMOON BAY: Family home on good lot near water. Basement  and many othor features. Bring all offors to $44,500.  RdBERTS CREEK! A fine building lot 72 x 105' close to beach access.  Proporty Is sloping to the south. Paved road, Asking $15,000.  WEST SECHELT: 1/2 acre treod view lot In a quiet residential subdivision off Mason Rd. This wl|l be tho fines} residential area on the  coast, The lot has all facilities Including sowor. Lots of topsoll. FP  $15,500. ���,'������'.       ...���'..������  WEST, SECHELT: Norvan Road.  Now 4 bdrm home, Excollont  construction with good floor plan.  Includes dishwasher. Skylight In  bathroom, finished roc roorn  ' Insulated garage; carport A  sundocki Lovol treod lot, Homo Is  1154 sq ft, Financing arranged. FP  $54,900, ,     .  REDROOFFS AREA: Wlldwood Rd��� 125 x 200' level lot, very oasy to  build ori.  Doautlful evergreens,  Priced  for  Immodiato  salo  at  ���$11,000.- ^ ���"     .    .  SECHELT VILLAGE: PebbloCroscont, Largo city lot cloarod, roady for  building. Prlcod at $13,000, '  , FRANCIS AVENUE: Rodrooffs ��� 2 bedroomcottage on 1.54 acres of  land with fruit troes and a good garden. Almost 1/2 cloqred., Cottage is very cd*y with hoatllator flreplaco and a carport. FP $47,500.  '���'������'      ' ~~~~.        ~~ Ti X~, .   '  ,  CLEARED LEVEL LOT: Sochelt Village' . '62,5 x' 120'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home, Value  $11,500, '  IN THE VILLAGE:'3 \bodroom exec home,  1650 sq ft all on one level, Features large  kltchon with eating aroa, Formal dining  room, living room, den with bathroom  ad|olrilng on a 5^ crawlspaco, Lot Is pom-  plotely landscaped & roady to en|oy. This Is'  a medallion home with built-in vacuum  cloanlng* system, Roducod $3,000 for'Immodiato salo at $53,500,  ROBERTS  CREEK  Brand new 3  bdrm * home. Immediate  possession ��� pick- your own  carpots, Try your offer to $46,000,  REDROOFFS AfeEA: Approx qno Wd acro. 99' on Rodrooffs Rd,  Closo to beach and boat launch, Fully sorvlcod. Full price only  $11,500. - T  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 sq ft 2 bdrm homo with appllancos. All  wall lo wall carpet, Coxy * Inexpensive to hoat, Concrete drlvoway  and parking slab. Fir Road location, FP.$43,500, terms, ,���  SECHELT VILLAGE: Surf Circle, 5  bdrms (2 In bsmt). Homo has 2  fireplaces, hoatllator In basement  "Kedro'om,5 2 baths,roc room, largo  laundry A workshop, Homo has  shake roof, concrete driveway,  carport A largo surjdock. Landscaping mostly dono. Many mora  extras, Close to schools 8  I1 shopping. FP $54,900,  DAVIS BAY VIEVV LOT: Easy torms ��� 20% dawn A tho balanco ovor  oasy payments on this southorn oxposuro vlow lot. ExcavQtlon and  cloarlng havo boon done, FP $12,900,    ���  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: A cozy, near now 792 sq ft 2 bodroom  homo closo to the boach at Chapman Crook, No stairs, oloctrlc hoat,  double glazing. Government prepaid leaso has 19 year* to run, FP  $32,000.  ' SOUTHWOO'D"'R'6X'bT Clow lo^i/2*acroTLovol building lot, Hydro'  and regional wator at road, Chock fi comparo. Attractlvoly prlcod at  SECHELT VILLAGE: 6 acres measuring 330x660', Will eventually  havo a vlow, Closo to tho arena, Try your offor to $35,000,  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra largo 90x179' lot, corner location,  easy accott, oxcollont vlow of Trail Island. FP$ 15,500.  WESTSECHELT: 9,5 acros of good farm land.  Has now 4 bdrm ranch stylo homo, 2 ponds  supplied by spring wator with approx 4  acros cleared, balanco has soma tlmbor. All  sorvlcos on pavod rd, 2 mllos from Socfiolt  contro. This proporty has many potential  ROBERTS CREEKi 3 bedroom homo  on 1,67 acrot, Spacious open plan  of 1320 sqft, Has onsulto off of  mbstor -bdrm. Homo has'family  room,,��� A utility, Roducod  drastically in price for Immediate*  solo, FP'$40,000,  UPPER ROBERTS CREEKi 10 acros of land with 3 bdrm noar-now  homo of 2376 sq ft, and a 4000 sq ft aluminum clad, fully Insulated  building, Building Is all wired for 220 pawof fi could have many  uses, Concroto floor, cloar span, FP $89,900,  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEKi Over 5 acros of gontly sloping  proporly with southorn oxposuro. 500x300', Yoar-round crook flows  through corner qf proporty,,Excellent buy at FP $35,000, ''  WATERFRONT ��� HOPKINS LANDING) 2 ad|olnlng beachfront lots,  oach 50x300'..Oldor |ypo>3 bdrm bunflalow on ono lot, Could bo  . rosjorod, Lots level with safe moorago In front, Encollont buy nt FP  $75,000, ,  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT: 3 bodroom single level homo on 03 ft of  Iho bost watorfront wo can offor, Largo sundock on the view tide,  westerly outlook. Large,kltchon family room combination. Living  room Is 10x21 1/2' and has a full brick wall flroplaco. The proporty  also supports a workshop, a panabodo playhouse and a boat houso  on the beach: FP $79,900.  GIBSONS! 2 1/2 acros wltrti  modern 3 bdrm basoment homo,  Oil flrod hot wator hoatlng, two  fireplaces, roc rm a^'nd many othor  foaturos, Approx ;1 1/2 acros  cloarod and In lawn with fruit  "'''t'riMi'iir^ofSci "��HT^��l>eV7 ���xooll��rnt''*��oll."*"|  FP $60,000.  \y  APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRESi Trood, gontlo southerly slopo. 260'  highway frontago; Some morchontablo tlmbor. Handy location,  closo to Joo Road, FP $31,000,  WjLSON CREEKi On Browning Rd, a 75x158' view lot only 300''from  boach, road access. Thin lot It partially 'dooro^ and fenced, foadv to',., ,\  build on, Amulet street clot^o toll facllltlos, One of'a kind at   '  $16,900, ���  DAVIS BAY SEAVIEW: Quality built family  home, Walking dlstanco to swimming A  fishing, Approx 1000 tq ft finished floor  area, Largo living room w|th hugo cut stono  flroplaco, Sliding doors to largo sundock.  Privacy for outdoor living. Two bodrooms on  main lloor, family TV room. Bedroom with  ^Ivate, bath on,��ground'level, Efcfiontlvo  slate ontranco, Carport, foncod and land*  scaped, Same nice shade troos, REAL VALUE  MEREI FP.f6a.SO0.   - ,���,,. ..���,..., - ,   6 + ACRES ON REID ROADi  Mostly cleared, somo fruit troos A  yr,round crook,,Property matily  foncod, frogt yard landscapod A  In lawn. Houso It very largo 2300  tq ft, 2 fpi, tovoral sett of  plumbing. Kltchon ALR have boon  complotoly romodollod, Stfuth  ���lope, all JjtablolaiSd.'FP $05(0fl0,r  u���,-.  �����������������   .-��� (i .; <  WEST   SECHELTi   2   bedroom  (possible third  In  grade lovol   -  ��|?l!n.U.^welLoppolntod��liolm#+��i>-.~...-..^  largo lovol lot, A doublo carport  *i��una ond "other feaiurit tqp "'"""*"  numeroui (p monflom Prlcedrr-jr-,W ;'  Immediate v>|o at $53,900,  ���������ROW��T9--C|��CKT-*-torfle--Tr����d*  sorvlcodlol close lo beach A golf  courw, qulot area, mobH�� home  porrnlllod.>fJ $11,900,  "'^roROOFFSfriTSrtflTdo'vliw���'*"'  lottr oach -1,��6 acrot - with ��� 100  ' foot road frontage,-Excellent fcwyt"*^  at full price $15,000 oach,  MIDDLEPOINfi  17  1/2 acres of  ,rimnisiMly~TrwrtrW-^'pniM^  with $00,1 eel highly lront��gef��  JirrV^mlti 1/2 acre lott .  oxcollont holding property, FP  $45,000, Termt,        ......  PENDER HARBOUR) Madolra  Cqttlo ., unique homo for valuo A  location. 2000 tq ft, with  Droatntaking view, Docqr jn-  - eludot orIglnal <���? miHW^A^^aS'  gold bathtub A extensive codar  work. Doublo "** Wndowi  throughout and oaty to heat, FP  $73,000,    ,.��� ^  )  #  ff����*Ml*l����*M"*��-lMI����s����^H.*^W, ��M  rtti��^%^-i**fta**jN����iiw**��" *������**<  ,i ���  It*  ^  ,   /  \>        ���,.-    ,  M  twmr'&fviMmt-a + �� w-  >'   -,     1  Ai  /...  < i r  n i  \        ', ��  Ij^P^  Vy*-) ^OTamrf jm, ��( M p&KSH! Wj^��  I  ,/  \  ..  i   m  11,  ;   ..........  ! I  ���     ,  -\r  V   ���  '< /  I  / , '.n '"  M ,.  n   -  v~S>  f  i  .1 .  Be awace^of-thJei factors affecting the value of a  house  -^-^ -^-^--  The "value" ,of a liouse is  affected by a' number of  factors which are not  necessarily related to "the  house itself. You should be  aware of these considerations.  when you consider the value of  a particular house.  1. NEIGHBOURHOOD  STABILITY ^      *  ^Residential   neighbourhoods,  pass   throughr  periods of growth and decline.  When a neighbourhood falls  iiito decline, it is because  changes have occurred which"  make the neighbourhood a  __less_desirable__place to.Jive^  For example,  the houses  within a neighbourhood mayJ  become      outdated. ^Or,  businesses of different types  may begin to intrude into the  residential environment. Or  the character  of a  neighbourhood may change as  houses are converted to rental  uses with a resulting increase  in the rate of turnover within  the neighbourhood/*  '   You' will naturally want to  select a neighbourhood where  real estate values are likely to  appreciate over the years. For  this reason, you should con  sider whether the features  which make a particular  neighbourhood desirable are  likely   to   be   preserved.,  Natural barriers.such as' a  greenbelt area or ravine will  protect a neighbourhood from  unwelcome future intrusions .  Similarly', zoning by-laws may  limit commercial or industrial  developments in,the area or���  prohibit room" rentals.  You  can   check   oh  the   zoning  regulations in a particular  area by calling the zoning  department of your municipal  government. Ask the. zoning  department_to_explain_.what r  property uses are permitted in  the area.  The stability of a neighbourhood is also vitally af:  fected by the availability of  transport facilities, amenities  such as schools, shopping  cevIrtres, churches and  ���recreational -areas, a'ncf  services such as water supply,  sewer disposal, mail delivery,  garbage ' disposal, snow  removal, and so on. A neighbourhood which lacks these  features will lose out in the  long run in competition with  those that do.  2. CONFORMITY  There is an old saying in,  the real estate business:  "Never buy .the most, expensive house on the street."  Why? Because the most expensive house doesn't "fit in"  to the neighbourhood as well.  It tends to get dragged down  in value by the less expensive  houses on the street.  ~This principle of "conformity!' also applies ��� to  houses that differ radically in  style pr improvements from  surrounding houses. A house  may be "over-improved"=or it,  may feature an architectural-  style  that  doesn't, suit its ,  environment.   Many   sellers  tend to gquate cost with value  so a buyer should be aware  that this'isn't always the case.  3. ORIENTATION  The position of a house on a  lot-" can have an important  .bearing on its value..If aJiouse  occupies a position which  takes maximum advantage'of  the positive features of the lot  ahd also enjoys proper expose  ore to sunlight, shelter from  prevailing winds, it is said tp  be-well "oriented/' Such a  hoitse will command a higher  price in tho market than a  similar house which is not so  favourably located.  Ideally, the main living  areas of a house should be  treated to the best view and  they should enjoy a southern  or southeasterly_exposure*--A_  view of a garden, for instance,  is likely to be far more  pleasant for family members  and guests than a view of,the  street.  And a  southern or  southeasterly exposure will  provide optimum exposure to  sunlight throughout the year.  4. SUPPLY AND DJEMAND  J The housing market passes  through periods of varying  supply and demand. When  potential buyers outnumber  the supply of available houses,  a "seller's market" is said to  -exist-Conversely, a "buyer's-  market" exists when demand  slackens, or supply increases*  and houses become available  for purchase on more;  favourable terms.  During the 15-month pferiod  ending 1974, sellers enjoyed  the most phenomenal seller's  market in history. During this  period, average prices across  Canada advanced more, than  20 per cent, while prices in  Metropolitan Toronto and  Vancouver advanced approximately 40 per cent.   By  the  spring   of  1974,  however, a new cycle had  emerged. Rocketing interest  rates, "tight" money conditions and over-inflated  prices had driven scores of  buyers out of the market.  Suddenly, sellers were paying  real estate brokers an extra 1'  per cent to gain wider expose,  through the Multiple Listing,  Service and gplc^r'actually  began to dropin some areas.  In short, a. new "buyer's  market" had arrived.  (' No one can predict how  long a particular, "supply^,  demand" cycle will continue,  but buyers shouldbe aware of  these cycles and attempt to  take- maximum advantage of  a cycle that is in their favour.  Mitten Realty Ltd. ~!  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but ajilef  HOMES  Survival in the wilds  r-pAiryone aiming to ski  wilderness trails this winter,  or already planning a camping or hunting trip, would be  well-advised to obtain a copy-  of "Wilderness Survival", a  . free, illustrated booklet  "published by the "EX. Forest  Service and the Department  of Recreation and Travel  Insustry.  The   150   page   manual  carries valuable tips on such  practical matters as clothing  and equipment, building a fire  or shelter, what to (to if Lost,  how to find direction.  Copies of the pocketsize  book may be obtained form  the B.C. Forest Service office  at 355"Burrard Sty Vancouver  or from the Department of  Recreation and . Travel Industry, Victoria.  For Quick Results Use  Adbriefs!  AIL TYPES OF INSURANCE"  . Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  rDAVISBAY  . $72,950  Excellent family home located on  jview lot. This 1536 sq ft home  |features large master bedroom with  ensuite, view living room with  fireplace, sundeck, dining room and  a very large kitchen. Full downstairs  to be developed to your taste.   '  j  HOMES  HOMES  DAVIS BAY ��� VIEWI $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.  GRANTHAMS $30,000  Looking for a home overlooking the  sea -,_and "Isles? Want to be  surrounded by peace and -friendliness? Granthams is looking for  you. This two bedroom house needs  Inside painting and some tender  loving care to the garden. Wonderful  buy for a young person's first home.  uuy iui u yuviiiij ptsiauna nisi iiwiiio.  S^OOO down will get you into thls~  handyman's  special. Xall   Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing. v  ROBERTS CjREEK     - \ --$J6J50Ql'  Closo tojsichools & beach in Lower  Roberts cijeek. This three bedroom  family FV&me has potential for  creative redesign. Space to move and  eat in the kitchen area. Good garden  soil for the gardener. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  ROBERTS CREEK $30,000  Sturdy two bedroom summer cottage  approx -10 years young. Located on  extra large semi-waterfront lot. Just  across ,the road from level beach  access. Call Corry Ross for ap- '  pointment to view.  GIBSONS reduced by $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. Finishe_d_rec  room with a Schroader airtight.  Workshop and utility area with an  entrance from, the carport. Please  Call Suzanne Dunkerton for viewing.  GIBSONS ?    " $49,500  Here is a' home with'a basement  where the children tan do their thing  without disturbing anyone. Large  convenient kitchen, lots of counter  and cupboard space. Spacious yet  cozy living room with a fireplace, 3  bdrms upstairs and a possible 4th in  ���the-basementr-close-to-all-amenitles:���  Call Suzanne Dunkerton to view this  lovely home.  ���WESTSECHELT         $61,500-  Magniflcent ocean view from this  sparkling clean two bedroom home.  Well built and insulated with double  pane windows. Extra guest suite for  your weekend viMtors. Call Terri  Hanson for more interesting details.  LANGDALE $89,500  Seml-waterfront with beach access.  Spectacular view of Gambler Island  and Howe Sound. Three bdrm, 2  bathrooms, indirect lighting and two  fireplaces are a few of-4he features  of this spacious home. Lots of privacy  on this parklike*, property situated  on the north side of the ferry slip on  Smith Road. Don't miss seeing this  home. Call Terri Hanson for more  details.  PRATT ROAD' i    $53,000  -Spacious two- bedroom home-  situated on one acre. Separate dining  room, large kitchen, features include  wood panelling, fireplace and a 12 x  20' workshop. Call Terri Hanson*for  more infoj  GIBSONS $35,500  . Four bedroom older home with a  large separate dining room, full  basement. Needs work but is a solid  family home. Assumable mortgage of  $29,500. Maybe you are eligible for  Gov't 2nd. Then you can make this  your  home  with   less   than  $2000  down payment. Calf Ann  Ibbitson!  SECHELT  WATERFRONT  LWEST 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.  ���- , n  GIBSONS BLUFF $110,000  Executive waterfront home on the  Georgia Bluff in Gibsons. This is a  large four bedroom family home,  quality & space are only two of the  many features. Three large sundecks  to enjoy a 180 degree view of Howe  Sound, Islands and Mountains.  Separate two bedroom guest cottage-  fully insulated, located on the lower  level of this large double lot. Phone  -Suzanne Dimkerton for further  details.  INDUSTRIAL  SECHELT VILLAGE $147,000  Attention   investors!    This   well  ^located 7 year old concrete  block  2400 sq ft approx building Is zoned  industrial.   Approx   189'   frontage,  ���ample���packing���plus dependable  Van. Direct  681-7931  Sechelt VON 3A0  Next to theGulf Station  LOTS  TUWANIK-RECREATIONAL    $19,500  Ideal   recreational   property.   Solid  . cabin on treed lof, 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  viewed frorruthis building lot. A real  money saver, asking a modest price.  Call Ann Ibbitson. 1  ACREAGE  ACREAGES-TRAILER $38,000  Lqrgely   cleared . into   bright   suny  -homesite. Good well,-driveway in,  trailer set.up on pad, quiet location.  Call Ann ibbitson to view..  ROBERTS CREEK $50,000  4.3 acres in up[Jey Roberts Creek.  Large three bedroom family home -  4th bedroom unfinished. Living room  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  .tenants. For income information etc.  call Don Sutherland.  is a property where a tamily can  grow.   Call   Suzanne   Dunkerton   to"'  -vtew;���    -     --��� ---__- -    '   DON SUTHERLAND  88^-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver OTHER OFFICES '  3343 Kingsway TO SERVE YOU  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES  CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Surrey  10474 137th Street  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235 (4 e.&o.l  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  We Are As Close As Your Phone  ��� ������ /   ,������ ������''.'���' ���    '      ��� ���  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  *A  ' I  m-m  Jmm   .mm  ���   A,  to    * MJ*  V  HOME ON  WATERFRONT, 100'  #4016  kS^'  ���I   11  4 bodroom, den, spacious kitchen, living room,  hugo ontortalnlng room, large,sundeck to appreciate the magnificent panoramic view. Double  garago, Nicely landscaped with a variety of fruit  troei. Lot size 300 x 100'. Located In West Sechelt.  Asking $67,000, JIM WOOD; 085-2571 evos,  .HIKBRS.SPECIAL^--^*^--^^���-^-���'#4017   Hero It a high up lot at Tuwanek, 30' on road, 222' up the,  hillside. High up It a 16x16' plywood cottage, framed but not  finished, Great view, and water access close by, FP lust  $5,000, PETER SMITH, 805-9463 eves,  SANDY HOOK SUNSHINE SPECIAL __#4020~  2 bedroom home with spectacular Inlet view, Well developed  cornor lot wllh roads on 3 tides for privacy. Thlt home It  good value dl $36,500 and con be yourt now. RUTH MOORE,  003-9213 ovot.  SEAVIEW LOT #3990  Gentle   ilope   toward*   ocean,   Jutt   ttept   from   quiet  residential  aroa   to  boating  accett,   to   pott   ofllce,   to  fJayoroMndi an^Joj<rer Qfeionijhppplna c��n(r��i, ClaarMi  fenced on 3 ildot. Hat small nofvconlormlnQ cabin. Water  hook up paid far at well at tervlced by hydro, Sewer at  roadtlde, Some Irutt trees, Good earth lor growing, FP only  $11,300 for quick tale, BOD KE^IT, 003-9461 evet,    s '  |.,,r.A,^*ii,,���ir  WATERFRONT ON REDROOFFS        #4014&4015  2 lots of 100' beach frontage each In desirable Redrooffs  area; Although steep In middle of lot, these lots have excellent potential as summer hornet oh beach level with  seclusion or.homeslte at road Ibv6|iwlth beach access, DON,'  LOCK, 883-2526 eves.  SELMA PARK WATER VIEW #3942  Excellent 4 bedroom 2 bajhroomt, huge living room wltli  free-standing flroplace, Attractive well-planned kitchen, Full  basement, mostly finished. Well kept gardens with fish pond  and outdoor barbecue, Large carport, Lot tlzo 97 x 135'.  Atklng $65,000. JIM WOOD, 005-2571 evet.  LOVE THI$ GARDEN HOME #3963  Beautifully kept 2 bedroom home with electric heat and  fireplace. Alto separate workthop and ttorag��v*Garden jhed  and carport, The lot hat 133' on Ihe road!" 105' deep. All lovol  anU a super garden. Flowert, thrubt, frull (root ,and  vegetables ShorJ drive to Glbtont and beach at Gower  Point. So rt>e thlt offering at)$44,900, PETER SMITH," 805-9463  evet,  PRICED TO SELL #3926  Brand new 2 bedroom home In choice West Sechelt location.  New area of fine hornet and thlt It one of the finest. Jutt  $44,500, RUTH MOORE, 003-9215 eves,  ACREAOEO^^  It may ,be pottlble to subdivide thlt 6 acre parcel that  overlookt Hotel Lake or would make an Ideal tecludod  tummer home on acreage, Ownert will carry on low,' low  down payment. DON LOCK, 003-2326 evet lor dfttallt,   '  REDUCTION IN PRICE #3819  $59,000 for 12 1/2 acres wllh year round ttream. Well In-  tulated cottage and guest cabin, Very qulot properly In  Roberlt Creek, JACK WARN, 006-2601 evet.  RURAL LOT ' ^3951  Only $0,000 for a large. Irregular lot near Tuwanek. Termt  offered, JACK WARN, 006-2601 evet,  ��� f  WATERFRONT PLUS ABOUT 16 ACRES #3959  Over 600' waterfront with 12 x 26' cabin plus .mall trailer.  Drlvoway off Hwy 101 to slto. City water laid on. Alto hydro.  Ma|or pbrtlon of acreage affords good soq view. This  proporty Is presently zoned as "Residential 2" with average  , lot slzo not less than approximately 1/2 acre. Atklng  $175,000 with $50,000 down. Balance to be arranged. BOB  KENT, 885-9461 eves.  FOR FAMILY LIVING #3975  A home In lower Glbtont with one full and two half  bathrooms, 4 bedrooms, full batement, sauna and twlrlpool.  A good deal at $49,000, Beautiful vlow of mountain and  Gibsons harbour. JACK WARN, 886-2601 evet.      ,,  GIBSONS HARBOUR VIEW #3966  Excollont view from thlt duplex zoned building lot. Clote' to  ttorot and marina, All torvlcot Including sewer. Price It rlghj  at $12,900, JIM WpOD, 003-2371 eves.     /  DAVfS BAY HOME #3949 MLS  3 bedroom for growing fam|ly, 16x10 1/2' living room with  ttone-facod fireplace and water vlow from k)lchen; dining  and living roomt,"Big bathroom, ifparate utility,Partial  batement. Lot tlze 70 x, 149'. Atklng $45,900, PETER SMITH,  005-9463 evet,  SOLD OUT ��� NO LISTINGS  Ploaib call Ruth Moore at 003-9213 evet or 003-2233 dayt to  lltt and tell your property. Salot are r��mltlnfl,   ���  HOBBY FARM OR ? #3980  Year round creek divides thlt 2,33 acfe parcel. Remodelled  houte at roadtlde and further building sites on balance of  acreage, Atklng $45,900.;DON LOCK, 003-2526 evet,  PRIME VIEW V #3986  Two 75' lott with view of Sechelt Inlet, Each lot $0300. Only  light cloarlng to-prepare lor building. JACK WARN, 006-2601  evet, 'i,  WATERFRONTAGE AT TUWANEK     #3988*3987  I   Good waterfront lott at a reasonable price of $22,000 each  In peaceful Tuwanek, To see call DON LOCK, 883-2326 eves,  885-9213 483-2526  885-9463 885-9504  ���uv  IllJ^^Sl^tl^^^^^ft^iw^.  Jlm,i��ooa^^x'':aeiTWallffir  885-2571 885-3746  iVV^r��T��.^.ry,  \^>-��:fi00r>:wfom  Jack Warn  886-2681  #4022  Sechelt   central   location ��� With   generout   sized t  landscaped grounds. Soparato 14x20' workthopjL  plus a carport with tic-rage area. Well kept approxlj  800 sqft home with space to expand for the young-;'  lamlly and/or the avid gardener will find the Idi  adequate. Flat, level, thort walk to storo & pott  office and only a couple of blockt to public wharf  I and boat accost to Porpolto Day/Sochelt Inlet, BOD  IKENT, 003-9461 eves'.  WEST SECHELT LOT '���-   ' #3958  Level lot, nice troet, tome view, 00 x 140' and locoj^serviced  to lot line. So, to eaty to build on, arid all new home aroa,  Oeach accett |utt 4,b|ockt away. FP $12,000. PETER SMITH,  083-9463 evet.        <  VENDORS TAKE NOTE  Bob Kent l�� pleated fo roport that hit portfolio of llttlngt of  properties for tale hat been depleted at a rotult of the many  tales executed, Pleate give Dob a call to Hit your property on  the yellow paget ol Sechelt Agendot Ltd.'s popular  "catalogue of propertlet for tale" and be prepared to tee the  required "SOLD" applied, R.0, (Tiny Dob) KENT office, Q05-'  2233, residence 005-9461 or direct from Vancouver 609-  8030 anytime^  PENDER HARBOUR WATERFRONT #4019  Oyer 60' frontage In a protected bay, of Wllklnton Rd, Good  area for the tmall boat enthutlast, gbod road accept, City  water A hydro available, 66 feet road allowance plut 20 foot  lane allowance. FP pnly $33,000. DOB rtENT, 003-9461 evet,  ent ��� ,">  885-9461  885-2456  ��.<- !���-,���  ''-,.  e- j4.($!*sh#��i f  fc V��t-��*j�� -  <-n.��    jh   ��iM *. f   m W-W *** 8<s��  nilfcfaesawuwr^wt.����� ^T-i^*i��t*+��W *  iT^Sr-lHflat* n*Htl)l  "��A*JTM^��-  ������   /  V '  '.'  'I I  -M ���J^--rZ-^,7^_V__���~��;  ���''-KXrX. ���;"-  V  / ..���  -I  '!._..'.  Explaining the tertn- 'Buyers market55  The words buyers' market  should not throw fear into the  breast of a vendor. Instead, it  can work in his favour.  Traditionally,   more   houses  are made available on1 the  market at this time of year,  and though this may present  some buyer-confusion, you  may be sure that a  good  PageB-6 The Peninsula Times        Oct. 25,1978  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The 'Tlmos'  property, realistically priced,  and made attractive to  potential purchasers, will be  chosen by a buyer who will be  happy with his choice because  he has had great comparison  opportunity.1 Convenience,  location, condition, space and  facilities," neighbourhood and  price are the six major corf-1  sideratlons that govern-any'  buyer's choice. If your  property meets most or all of  the average buyer's needs you  ,can depend on plenty of activity and an eventual  satisfactory sale. Existing  homes on the market today  are good value because they  can never he.duplicated at the  same pricejagain.  UseHmes Adbrjefs f  Offices at:  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  Gibsons  Phone 886-2234  Toll Free 682-1 SI 3  AND UND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. T, Gibsons, B.C.   V0N_1V.0  Offices at:  DENTAL BLOCK  Gibsons  Phone 886-2277  Toll Free 682-1513  CONVEYANCING   -   REAL   ESTATE   CONSULTING    -    APPRAISALS    -   MORTGAGES - NOTARY PUBLIC  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (197$) LTD  Box 1490, M. 1 i  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON   8853271��� ~  We're the Neighborhood Professionals.  HOPKINS LANDING  STARTER HOME . .. $2000  down. Dandy 2 bedroom home  with half basement. Large  kitchen "with "cupboardsrStbve-  and fridge included. Asking  $34,000. Chuck bowman, 885-  9374.  rIBSONS  SARGENT RQAD T" * $13,900  Magnificent ocean view lot, fully serviced, on sewer. 65 x 110',  close to all amenities. Builders terms available. Larry Reardon,  .885-9320. "  GARDEN DELIGHT $43,000  Spotless home with workshop and carport. Easy walk to beach  and shops. Cement patio and fish pond in private rear yard.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  ROBERTSCREEK  UP & DOWN DUPLEX $49,500  Large 3 bedroom With excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101. Vendor will consider   offers.-Ed-Baker-885-2641.   WILSON CREEK  COMMERCIAL. HIGHWAY 101 RIPE FOR DEVELOPMENT  3.66 acres, 408 ft of highway frontage, by 396 ft deep on Airport  Road. Present revenue of $5700 per annum.,Owner will consider  '     terms. Ken H. Wei I $;* 886-7223.  DAVIS BAY  STARTER OR RETIREMENT $35,000  Terrific 3 bedroom older home, with great kitchen, large living  "room and stone fireplace. Good high part basement and 1 block  to beach. Chuck Dowman. 885-9374.'  SANDY HOOK  -1/3RD-OF AN ACRE-  r$17500^DN-  Water js on this beautifully treed lot,, fronting on two roads.  ExcellenFview potential. Full price $13,500. Chuck Dowman,  885-9374.  �����  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT $15,500 & 8,500  At Sandy Hook we have this 100 + waterfront lot, close to road  and adjoining with an excellent vi.eyv.ldt that lies next to B,T.  L"aPry~Reafdo"n7"885=9320: ~�� =   TUWANEK  Privacy galore $ 15,000  Third of an acre with storage sheds and great building site.  -Already cleared--Chyck_Dowman,_885-9374J__&   SECHELT  VILLAGE CONTEMPORARY -  $42,500. Near new 3 bedroom  home with vaulted ceilings,  dandy, .kitchen fireplace and  thermo windows. Lot Is level  ahd fenced. Easy walk to  shops and school, Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374. '  WEST SECHELT  EXCEPTIONAL     VALUE  $59,900. From the landscaped  grounds and cathedral entrance to the 1 bdrm suite, this  almost 1.500', 3 bdrm,"2  fireplaces, large rec room"  , beauty truly represents value.  Situated in W. Sechelt, it is our  pleasure to show this home.  Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  $18,500  1.17 acres. Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will have a good  view when some trees come down. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  $2,500 per Acre      ���  Complete privacy yet only 10 minutes from���Sechelt, 25 acres,  mostly level With gentle slope. Road & hydro to property. Chuck  Dowman.-885-9374.    -  $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bedroom bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 20 Xj20 with fireplace, open beam ceilings, DR, family  kitchen. All bdrms large, master ensuite w/w throughout. Large  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq ft. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  1/2 ACRE VIEW . '   ..r $15,500  Nicely semi-cleared lot with gentle slope to southrtyice view  over Sargeant Bay. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  WELCOME WOODS $9,500 & $9,750  Two extra large lots 125'x20O\ Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  $13,500  Beautiful 1/2 acre lot, loaded with trees on blacktop road, with  water and hydro. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  HALF-ACRE LOT $15,000  Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to  Sargeant Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. Larry Reardon,  885-9320.  - ��� r  ���    $12,500  Nor West Bay Rd woodecTlot,  150 x 70. Zoned R2. Trailers"  allowed. Sign on. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  MONEY MAKER $35,000  2yrold 3 bedroom full bsmt home on one acre. Live iri while you  do the finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  -GARDEN BAY ROAD $22,500  Rock bluff building site on this 3,5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrific view over pasture land. All year'stream. Easy  terms available.1 Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,500  "Semr-waterfronF^ "and  faclngBafgalnFfdrBourlTreed ancf goocRor buildin  with  885-  SECHELT VILLAGE ���'���    ,   ' $59.$00  New deluxe 3 bedroom, full basement home of 1320 sqft,  completed approx 30 days. Large LR, DR area with FP, kitchen is  a housewive's dream with built-in bar-b-que. Full double plbg.  All features",fMsrtf^'sWnTo3e"apprecfal:ecr.'''Ed Baker, 885-  2641. "    X. '���'.'���'  na-?n,  just the road between you and the water. Larry Re'ardoh,  9320.  MADEIRA PARK RANCH $125,000,  22 acre working ranch, all fenced and cross-fenced. Good large"  barn, good pasture and some fruit trees. All year round water  supply. And for the lady of the house it has a modern 2 bedroom  home. Has facilities for horse shows and rodeos. Larry Redrdon,  885-9320.  GAMBIER ISLAND  $65,000  It's going to be easy to fall In love with this charming log home  that is completely remodelled Inside. Nestled ori 8 acres or  JkeautyJhat...incl.udos..|g�� troosr fruit-troosr.flowers-and..garden   This 2 bdrm home Is 5 mln from new Brighton'wharf. Larry  Reardon, 805-9320. , ,  !���".���        K  IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR  UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CLAIMANTS  During the curront Interruption of postal services, special procedures are in  effect for the distribution of unemployment Insurance cheques dnd the  collection of claimant's bi-weekly report cards.  Starting on MONDAY, OCT. 23, UI claimants living in the communities and  postal districts listed below will pick up their unemployment insurance  cheques and deposit their report cards at the CANADA EMPLOYMENT CENTRE,  1243 WHARF STREET, SECHELT. PHONE 885-2722.  PORT MELLON  SECHELT  GARDEN BAY  GIBSONS  ROBERTSCREEK  HOPKINS LANDING  GRANTHAMS LANDING  EGMONT  LANGDALE  HALFMOON BAY  MADEIRA PARK  Please, read the following Instructions carefully and RETAIjM THIS ADVERTISEMENT for futuro reference. Following those procedures will make a  major contribution to orderly cheque distribution.  :.*  \.  %  V  mm. **�� *s4*l" m   . >, *i^H >*��(     ^, **^,. * .m^.  ��� ,-t  ��� You MU$T present your social Insurance card PLUS one other Item  ofi personal Identification to pick up your cheque.  <f People picking up cheques for claimants on sickness or maternity  benefit MUST have a letter of authorization signed and datod by the  claimant. The letter MUST Include the claimant's SIN numbor. Tho,  person picking up the cheque must have personal Identification* ��  ��� The SECHELT Canada Employment Contro, will bo opon from 8*30'  a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday for the distribution of choqtfos.  ��� Tho day clqlmants will pick up their cheques is determined by the  last digit tn the Social Insurance (SIN) Numbor.  '    ' '���   . - ' . '' ' ' ,, I' ' ,i  Those whoso SIN ends In "0" or " V will pick up choquos Monday.  Those whoso SIN ends In "2" or "3" will pick up cheques Tuosday   Thoso whoso SIN onds In "4" or "9" will pick up cheques Wednesday.  i m) M m^m~w'mm^vWt W J^m\~��wMm~mm i.~mW jlU^SRm.S^fl^*"^.TP^��**j!,j-7''^'pfy>(-("*���7 J*(W���������>(->; ��� ��*���*!-(*�� Wm& ^M^ftiM~'M y? fl^tiPff.���?{*>^f ���.���y��� ^m wE-rw^^-s*-P*i^'W'>*^��t ^^^���i' t^jJR��� *(  Those whoso SIN ends In ^a^oi^^lllplckup cheques Friday.  HOMES  COACH ROAD: (off Leek Road) Three 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 landscopeaVyours 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 on a  beautifully treed lot. The house 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.  1555 SARGENT ROAD: Custom built home  on a lovely landscaped terraced view lot.  Master bedroom has ensuite and double  closets. Two finished -fireplaces. Full  basement with finished rec room, laundry  and workshop. $63,500.  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  the easy addition of a family room and still  leaves a two stall carport. Master bedroom  and living room have access onto the 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 'tfvood feature  wall leads you into the large living room  with feature wall fireplace. This three  bedroom.home has a large family sized  bathroom and lots of storage area. The  -basement-awaits your finishing_lou_ches.  The lot is nicely terraced and ready for  landscaping. Close to schools and shopping.  $47,900.  UPPER CHERYL ANNE PARK RD': Architect-  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  NORTH ROAD: Immaculate 1974_Neonex  mobile home set up on landscaped 50^x%139  pad in Comeau Trailer Court. $12,900.)  CHEKWELP: Prime\vate!rfront on ChekWelp  Indian Reserve. Three\bedrooms^ stone  fireplace. A truly beautiful spot. $36,750.  FAIRVIEW: 1974 Neonex-mobile home set  up with deck and lots of extras on large  landscaped lot. $27,900.,  'MARTIN  ROAD:  You couldn't wish for  a 1  better centered location in Gibsons being ���  within   easy  walking  distance   to   shops, E  schools and harbour. 'Spacious and com- I  fortable one level home in excellent con- |  dition featuring large living  room,  three J  bedrooms, one full bathroom plus" powder I  room off living area, huge sundeck. Land- ���  scaped lot and a beautiful view.,_$4Z,50Q. _!  *  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. Boating facilities  close by. Owner is transferred and you can  have immediate possession. $52,500.  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD: Three bedroom  home on completely landscaped view  property in Gibsons. Ldwn'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 P,L: Three bedroom home in quiet  rural subdivision surrounded by ALR  properties on all sides. One mile from  schools arid shopping- Large open" living  room with fireplace. The full basement fids  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 ropm. New shake roof. Home  features thermopane windows, hot water  heating and low taxes. Grounds are  beautifully landscaped. Large sundeck to  enjoy a lovely^waterview of Keats Island  _and the^GaB.^$3?t90Q1 ,        .__  v  CRUCIL ROAD:; Bright and spacious three  bedroom family view home in excellent  condition located within. easy' walking  'distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  with built-in dishwasher and indirect  lighting. Two fireplaces. Huge recreation  room; Lots of extra space in daylight  basement for den, or extra bedroom and  workshop. $62,500.     ���~^~'  . . "���  FRONTAGE   RD:   Langdale.   Something  special!  Spacious, deluxe family home in i  quiet area or>' a fabulous view lot with at- I  tractive landscaping and rock  walls.  For |  ���extta_comfort and convenience there are j  thermo windows throughout, efficient hot  water heating, air conditioning, intercom, |  <Jenn-air range, built-in oven and dish- i  'washer, expensive light fixtures, 200 amp  service, and many more fine features.  Located close - to school and within easy '  walking distance to ferry terminal. All this I  for the price of $84,900. " .. ��� |   . , . :      . |  MALAVIEWRD: Quality built three bedroom   |  ranch style home onDtreed landscaped lot in  area-of new homes. Located on quiet cul de   j  sac providing safety for children and pets,   i  The home is in Immaculate condition and  features separate dining room, wall to wall  carpeting,  spacious; kitchen,   utility  room   ,  and    double    windows.    Easy    walk    to  elementary school. $46,500.  HANBURY ROAD: Panabode" home featuring  stairt glass windowsj-pkylights, and shake  roof situated dn 12 ajcres in Roberts Creek. ;  Flume Creek runs.; through middle of  property, which includes A-frame guest  cottage, and 16 % 16 workshop with 220  wiring. Partially cleared and fenced with  vegetable garden; $67,500.  PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home on t5  ~acresTixi;Gibsohsr Property on -bothsidesare' -  alsq for*"sale making a total of  15 acres  available for future development. A good  holding property. $79,500.  other quality homes. Front yard landscaped  with many evergreens. Don't buy before  seeing this home. $64,900.  1402 ALDERSPRING  home on quiet cul  overlooking  ROAD:   Two   storey  de   sac   with   view  Gibsons   Harbour.   Three  POPLAR LANE r Three bedroom home with  two fireplaces. Ensuite in master bedroom.  Full unfinished basement, double windows.  This home is in a very convenient location  close to a|l amenities. $48,500* '  POPLAR LANE: Brand new three bedroom  SHAW ROAD: Incredible Potential. Ranch H  style    two    bedroom    home    completely ������  remodelled.   16  x   12'   master   bedroom, H  fireplace,   beautifully'landscaped  and B  fenced grounds. Evergreen hedges add lo fl  the seclusion and privacy of this hobby farm Q  The property is 5 acres with spectacular BB  view from oveFhalOhe property. Fronts on"  Shaw Road with Stewart Road dedicated on  the view face. Zoned Rl in the Village of  Gibsons; $79,900. '  ���bedrooms-^n-main-floor^-Fully-furnished-hon^^^goj^  suite on ground floor. Completely fenced    distance    to    schools,  ' shopping    and road a^cmce ��t back of property. House  and in lawn. Close to park, tennis courts and    recreatjon. Fantastic price for a new home Is completely remodelled inside. Attractive  shopping. $47,500.                                            of this size  $45900 .fireplace, knotty pine kitchen, three large  bedrooms and den. $55,000.  NQRVAN ROADTAt.the  Sechelt.'  "top of  the"  -fiiirirr  "Ifiree-  West Sechelt.' "This brand" new  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^ Alj this, an ocean view arid more.  $49,9p0. V  POPLAR LANE: Three bedrooms, master has  ensuite. Nice bright kitchen. No need for a  second car in this convenient location.  $47,500. '  WILSQN; CREEK:, Over one-half :aci;e, of:  cr��dib1eland, level with super growing Soil  Landscaping only requires tidy Up,��Mpne  bedroom home presently rented for $175  per -month, shows great potential as  revenue or starter home.'  CHAMBERLIN, ROAD: Executive home on  acreage 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.  i n-   - joe RC^D^iRobertsi��rfi^^IiUs^welli-ke  three bedroom family home  in  a   treed   ��lM  setting of 1.55 acres. Home features large TH  rec room in the basement plus a spare room H  which could be a 4th bedroom and lots of H  storage   space.    Separate   dining    room. H  $53,900. ���  ������������" ��� ��� ��� H  YMCA. ROAD: Ranch style honie with four S  bedrooms and family room. Through hall, 5  dining space, large kitchen and living room 9  with fireplace. Nicely landscaped lot with g  child's playhouse. $49,500. ���  LOTS  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES:  Now Gibsons Village has lots for single wldes, double wldes and conventional homes; all on sewer, water, hydro and qll within 3 blocks of the  shopping centre, schools and medical clinic, Come In and discuss a unit and  a lot as a package deal with approved bank financing. Lots p'rlcedtbetween  $10,900 and $13,900 depending on view and size.  GOWER PT RD at Ufhi,Nearly 1/2 acro of  view proporty. Approximately 80 x 250', R2  zonod with 2 distinctive building sites. Local  by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property,  partially cloarod, Close to Gibsons and  close to the booch. $K>,900.  i    i i i ', .���.."... i       ;",  SARGENT ROAD: Build your droam home on  , |hls outstanding property In Gibsons most  popular rosldontlal aroa. Fabulous vlow of  tho Harbour and Georgia Strait, Ovor 65'  street frontage, Easy walklrtg dlstanco to  schools and shops. $17,900,  ��� ��fc_ ',  "UPLANDS RDi Tuwanok, Ideal rocroatlon lot  In beautifully woodod and parklike setting,  Zoned for trailers. This lot overlooks Secholt  Inlot and the Lamb Island, $0,900,V,,--"  __,���!��_ : _L���L_���,  WAKEFIELD RD: Good building lot on wator  and power'ovorlooklng Goorgla Strait and  the Trail Islands, This \\ a cornor lot In a  nowly bullt"Up;aroa. $12,800,  McCUUOUGH RDi Wilson Crook, Close to  one acre' tr����d property with subdivision  possibilities. $22,500,  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONTi With  waterfront as scarco as It Is this double use  lot roprosonts roal value, $33,000,  YMCA ROADi Longdate Cl6drod, lovol  building lot measuring 0] x 173, suitable for  ,a yarlofy of house plans, Located within  easy walking dlstanco to school and a f��w  mlnutqs |ofl to tho ferry terminal, M<?ke an*  offer on |ho nsMno prlco of $12,900,  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road, Two lots  40 x 150 each. One lot has a cottage which  could be rented. These lots qre���rnostly  cleared and ready for building. A spectacular view of the entire Bay area and  Keats Island. $27,500.    -  GRANDVIEW & PRATT; Building lot In a fast  growing aroa. Approximate size Is 146 x  141 x 74 x 125, Presont all offers on tho  asking price of $11,500. ,  '" "I '"��� ���-���' im^'mmtm^mmamm.^.mmammi^mHmmmmmmmmtmmmmmitmauiim^  CHADWICK'RD: Irregular shapod lot with  view of Viowe Sound, A good building site,  $12,000.   ��� i  SCHOOL ROAD: Three v(ew lots 73 x 110.  On sewer, Three blocks from schools and  shopping centro, Cleared for< bulldlngi  $16,000 each.  '    ������j,.i-...i.,..,._,ii...  i...,.,.,.. .������.���. ���i .ir.,,.1-M.i-..iir-,..m..-r-.r'r....T-|i.i-ll  ?MITH RD: Cleared view lot close to ferry*  tormlnal and ocean vlow, Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000,  GOWER PT RDtat 15th: 1/2 acre waterfront  view lot. Building site has been excavated  and septic tank and field In and approved.  Steep to beach but has walkable path In,  Hydro and water in. $29,500.  PRATT RD; Near Cedar Grove School. This  lot is cleared and ready to build on. Mature  fruit troes dot this 76 x 125 lot. $13,500,  CQCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x ,T 30.  Close to shopping and tho ocean. Sowor  easement of 10' on s,e, side of the lot.'  412,500.  PORPOISE DRIVE SANDY HOOK: Largo lot  approximately 122 x 111 with 34 x 140  panhandle entrance, Nice lovol building  site, Excellent vlow. ONLY 40 FEET FROM  THE WATER. You rtiust see this lot to fully  appreciate tho valuo, $12,000.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD; Roberts Croek.  Large lot with beautiful trees and somo  view on quiet cul de tocsin area of fine  homes. Lowly prlcod at $12,500 and tho  owner will consider terms. Soo this,attractive proporty beforo you decide,  LAUREL ROAD; Secholt, On the high side of  the road this Davis Day view lot will bo all  your droam homo over Imagined, Prlcod to  toll and waiting for you to build on.  414,900,  \  FAIRVIEW RDi Nearly 1/4 acre of flat easy  to build on land, Mobllo homes are allowed,  , L?r9�� -co^ar�� ���,,r00��' Provido P^acy , ?9d l!AMREL ROAD; Socholt, Approxlmatoly 72 K  enhance this setting, Close to Cedar Grovo 297' nl&ly troed, some cloarlng on the: lot  School, $11,900, < will create a  beautiful  Davis  Day  vlow,  Alfnost 1/2 acro of vlow property Is hqrd to  find. $17,900. '  DAVIDSON RDi 2/3 of an acre with a  fantastic vlow from Langdalo ftldgo, This lot  has a small crofck on Ihe very back of the  property, All new homos In this area,  $14,900,  TUVyANEKi 00 x 140 lot only one block to  beach, Full view of the Inlet. Piped conv  munlty wator available, $9,900,  LANGDALE RIDGEi Nlco walor vlaw  this bargain prlcod lat, $0,950,  from  Tit f��������  t'-'(twW*��i*��H^��H��W  ��i Po not mall claimant* bl>yy����My'rtfpoirrtoi^Sr~l^��ljrv*r ith��m to th�� SUCMJftt Canada Em-  playrnvnt Contra. X r..,..',.�� .-��� r--.-���-'��,. y,.i..,^y - ������   ������-,    ���>������        ' ���  -S  ^  f.  CHADWICK RDi 00 x 220 |o| with good  ocoan view, Slopes slightly to the south and  has a^gpocl building slto, $14,500,  SMITH RDi 170 x 127 lot with ferrlflc view of  the ocoan, Good building s||a on slightly  sloping land, $14,500     *  CONRAD ROADi Nexl to <pamp Oyna, 2 1/2  acros with llmltod ocean, Look Crook runs  ���through ^hltportlolly cleared leveNereage^-  Jomsi for m��hil��Jiom��*i J����INt ,j9tyo��'r..  hobby I farm;. $19,900,  ^. ,..r���.i..,.,_.���������_��-��**ju  MAPLE ROAD: ,97 of on acfo on Maplo Road  (drive down Pino Road), Southern oxposuro  wllh water and Island vlow, $19,000,  JL  HILLCREST ROADi  Oi^^.OQQ.dp^n! M��in��i�� by Agrp^itient forj 9qK Willipldxhaso ono ftfu  these beautiful view lots at the end of a quiet cul de sac. All underground  servicesio there Is nothing to mar the view. These lots are clearod and  ready tofbulld on. The ravine In front will ensure-your privacy, These lots  represent excellent value. Priced from $13,900, '  ACREAGES  PARK ROADi Gibsons, Excellent prospects  for tho ono who holds this potentially  commercially ^oned 3 ocrf��. Lightly cleared,.  'close  to   shopping  centrft  filid' schools.  $59,000." -  ���-�����- ������������<--  BOO,  MASKELL ROADi 1,44 acros of subdivldablo  proporty   an   Maskoll   Road   and   Lowor  .fykmrt+Qtiikfymr^^ -  acfo average, Tms |s a quiet rupl area only  3 irillW from "Olbsons. $19,900, -  *��� * ���  1 i  LORRIE GIRARD       ION McRAE       ANNE GURNEY     CHRIS KANKAINEN     A^NE PEnERSEN'    JAY VISSER     DAVE ROBERTS  . 8867760 885-367P      '    886-2164, 88WMS 886-9793 883-3300 886-8040*  (������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Ml  ��� "'   ' '   . ',1  I     I  Ks^'^nw"��W*wW��l&E-~,i��t��>��E��(c!le*i* ��i  f  l*B��,*>SJ*l"t-JM������W<����4W*B(l��^Ht   ^M*V"S ^W^,Oiif���^���V'^M^^I^'*lill^f,^V^Mn*-��^l,  ���H,  -t !W4|*w*'l|w^������i-"w������1*t~^,** *  * tmtim<'miiA**tL'##*<*w<*. �� >!?*�� ***i*i��*ii*ii.fc*i *p��iw*i|w(sh^ji  , niM kimt\*H I Jin  3fl) t* ��  li|�� tS-��a)S.i!V��-<(Pifl'��a��l* h i*u&*iVt ����Mt e  / D-  -*-"t  t:  fH^taflJHff -ow ��w h**<-f(i*tj�� jw *�� v    i  V-  Elves Club's  meeting  The Elves Ctyb General Meeting was  held on September 30 at the hpme of L.B.  MacDonald, corner Qf Highway 101 and  Orange Rd. Minutes * were read and an  election of officers was held. An open  discussion of various procedures by which  the club might achieve jheir Christmas  goals. "    .  At present the Elves Club has 83  memjae  most ei  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978  The Peninsula Times  [Page B-7  jers ahdwe do neecTmore members.  especially from the Halfmoon Bay,  Pender Harbour and Egmont areas. We  are also, asking for early donations of toys  and-or volunteers to help mend or repair  broken toys. For further information  please phone 886-2149.  - -The-Elves-GLub is anon-profitruon*-  religious organization. To join our club all  you need to do is drop off 12 can goods and  $3.65 (1 cent a day) at one of our depots.  This is the dues to join our organization.  Membership fees are due once a year,  usually around the first of December  every year. There will be further in-  _formation_ concerning-membership-fees-;  and drop-off depots.  A special thank you to Len and Edith  MacDonald for letting Us use their home.  isiib&lft  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE M OF SECHELT  885-9816    Admiral  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  ___=_> Mark of Quality  appuanckTTelevisions^  WK��  THIS NEW CLEARING beside the  Trail Bay Shopping Centre in Sechelt  is supposed to be buffered by a 50 foot  strip of trees and natural foliage. A  petition with 89 names on it protesting  'the clearing was presented to council  members Wednesday night.  Protesters said Trail Bay Developments had promised the strip at a  meeting earlier this year. Village  Planner Doug Roy and Aid" Morgan  Thompson told council that they had  met with Trail Bay Development  subsequent to that meeting and had  "said a narrower strip "would  probably be OK." but the new plan  has not been before council.  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  HOW TO SAVE YOUR OWN LIFE by r theremust be a reason for their being  Erica Jong, Signet cl977, $2.50. there, if a book has worth. The basis might  This novel is a sequel to FEAR OF be authenticity, but a woman of Isadora's  FLYING. For those who have already met background simply would not think iii  Isadora Wing, she leaves Bennet in this bathroom terms. She is an intellectual, a  one. For those who-have not met the lecturer, a world traveller, and although |  character, Isadora is a best selling she might use four letter words in her, "  novelist who is married to a successful novels, I doubt that they would be part of  psychiatrist^EorJMtlLgroupsjQLxeaders,���hei^daUy-vx)(abulaiy-when-deseribine4h^  HOW TO SAVE  YOUR  OWN  LIFE,    human anatomy.  - ���  presumes to resolve the marital wounds,        Isadora, therefore, seems to be the  only superficially covered in the first book,    negative image of what a real Isadora  In novel two, Isadora has written a   might be. In the book she uses her body  second hit novel and Bennet is discovered   rather than her mind to solve problems,  to have-had an-affair-with her-best-friend���She takes ah interminably longiameioijet���[  while she was away peddling her newest   herself together in a crisis and she makes  book. dreadfully stupid choices when it comes to  To Isadora, itmatters.not th_at_she_also   friendship or love: hardly the intelligent,  rn^55K^fc^^^n?p^  ___ had herfling. She is infuriated'by_Bennet's��� liberated women-she-is-portrayed.-to be  ���cool observation-that-it happened-and he- ^^t^^novel*sSiiant_iFHuit^'*tHar"  guesses she will not leave him at any rate. Isadora might have made her final choice  He gives her three days before he thinks of males at last. "All her feminism, all her  she will return. independence, all her fame had come to  Finally, she does leave him forever this, this helplessness, this need. She  contemplating his psyche, a personal habit needed him. She needed this man." '  that used to madden Isadora when they       So what else is new? Everyone needs  were together. In her confusion, she leaps someone! Something tells me ttiaj the  from bed to bed, not really too careful insatiable Isadora will not be content with  about which sex they might belong to. her "red-bearded baby" but will be surexto  The book is smutty from cover to look elsewhere for whatever it is she seekk  cover, a kind of let's-see-how-dihy-lady- ���in yet another novel. >  Writers-can.be kind--of exhibitionism;        Erica Jong's life is the framework on  There is nothing wrong with realism and which the fictional Isadora Wing is baseft.  frankness or even four letter words but Both married and divorced a psychiatrist.  IN SHOCK-IMMEDIATE DELIVER^  Beat the increase on these homes.  As low as 5% down payment  Up to 25 yr. bank mortgage  Use the new $2500 B.C. Gov't Grant.  ������' :    ���        -::; ���������:������   (  WE NEED TRADES I Trade your 12' wide home on a new Double.  Wide or 14'Wide of your choice.  NEW UNITS FROM MANCO  SI  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  REGIONAL BOARD  Oct. 25 ��� j0|nt  use Committee Meeting,  Regional  District Office, Sechelt, 7:30 pm.  Oct. 26  MASTER BEDROOM  13 3 ��'|3'5"  0  Do  BATH  7'7'��IOO"  CD  i  \  /  SECOND BEDROOM  811,100  TT>  KITCHEN DINING  I6S"����3S-'  UVING ROOM  laPB"��|3'5p-  I  'V*  ��� Park spaces available  for both 14' wide arid  -- - doubles;-��������� ;-  ��� CMHC financing now  available.     -  ��� Full service, 1 yr.  warranty  ��� Double wide  specialist*  ��� Largest dealer on  the Sunshine Coast.  14x70 2RC;K "SUPER TWO"  Hospital   and    Regular   Board   Meeting,  Regional District Office, Sechelt, 7:30 pm.  SCHOOL BOARD  Regular   School   Board   Meeting,   School  Board Office,, Board Rm, Gibsons, 7:30 pm.  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  1st �� 3rd     '     Regular Council Meeting,  Tuesday Municipal Hall, Gibsons,  Each Month ��� 7:00 p.m.  ~rrrr  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  1st ft 3rd  Wednesday  Each Month  rr^i'i'^^gr  , t  #��  *, m ���   , ���* K,  Courtesy ot  '#'!  ptPj^pH-  o  3  IPY  mH\ri6>  ���DOUBLE WIDES  from  '23.900  MSfcK   BEPR**I  M' Z".  tm  a  t'-NIKy  XTx.k,   17'  &  14' WIDES  01507  Z4X44 (uMGflWo) 960 tfMT-  �� &K - FLR/DR:  2 BEDROOM MODULINE CHANCELLOR  from  46.900  l  ��� II ��7-  I  *r~.~:.1flii��ni| n��� man !������  pEEH  tV.A  o  IAJ J  l ^x\\  01  '"-^UW WJ.��.!.*-|-'  24 x 40 HIGHWOOD - By Glenrlver Ind.  Council Mooting,  Municipal Hall, Socholt,  7:30 pm.  Cowrie St, 885-79330 Sechelt  Authorized dealer for MODULINE INDUSTRIES,  GUEN RIVER INDUSTRIES, and MANCO HOMES & SYSTEMS.  1 ���   ...      '���     -        J  NEW MODELS ARRIVING SOON! ���24!xegf 3 BR-DEN  ���24'x52' 2 BR-DEN 24'x44' 3 BR '  "Over 170 Satisfied Customers'9  ��������^k^.r_\%^f^wWkM^iJ^MM7X  ItUMOl  mUDlLL  CO 8  _U' mn ���inborn   / **n*  [HttMQ  Minn  M01I10M  V.  tam,.  DVOM  o>y ���aiin nonma  ii ������  I'viNa  -,l ���  HOMES  B_in��LKhL. ...J  24 x.U HIGHWOOD ��� D��,Ol.nrlv.r Indi  '-tty-  V  :���-;<*���  Porpoise Bay Rd., Box 966, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  M.D.L. 00623A ���  885-0979  "mmm  W0mmmmkwUwtKM  HOMES  *'"**(   "���;  i ir ,        it        M*|.iKW*��w  tl   j  *��� **-^*��*lW|,<'*>#*i>*Jt<t-W'Sl* J  C Sfi^^J''^W*-<W��y^-*l^t,->��W i^-M<��-J!*s-#<W**>^^  wijS^silMafcifiWtfS!^  fl       'I  n  !  ���\  '   v -"il-  /  :       .���/'���  .M-  \:  CBC  PageJMI  The PeninsulaTimes  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978  Sussex Drive a work of imagination  National Schools ��� 2:04 p.m. songs as  poetry.  Our Friends the Flickers ��� 8:04 p.m.  Playhouse, Thursday ��;04 p.m. begins  a new: series "Sussex Drive" centred  around the fictional private lives of federal  politicians. The story centres around Julie  Coleridge (Patricia Collins) wife-of-the-  nation's new prime minister, MacDonald  Coleridge (Ted Follows). The new Prime  Minister' and his wife have just set up  residence_at 24_Sussex_Drive and Julie, a movie quiz  rative^Mimipeghas_prj5b!era Jazz Radio-Canada ���8;30lp.m,  to her new life. The author is former  Winnipegger Marion Waldman, who  writes: "It's a work of the imagination,  the characters are not. based on anyone,  living or otherwise. Humour is prominent  throughout the series and while there is a  _certain_deyilish.intent,_it_isjnoLpolitical  Symphony Orchestra,  Galina  Vishnev- MONDAY, OCTOBER 30 .���  skaya, soprano. Gold Rush ��� 8:30 p.m. Maneige.  Nightcap - 11:20 p.m. writer Marie- "   Mostiy Music ���10:20 p:m. Scott Ross,r  Claire Blais.. ^ Harpsichord  FRroAYrOCTOBER 27  Monday ��� Festival Theatre 9:04 p.m.  Judgement, by Barry Collins; starring  Richard Monette.  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  Bus: 885-9244  Rm: 885-2686  Uso 'Tlmos' Adbriefs to Sell. Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  ���?t~  satire".  ��� Between Ourselves, Saturday 6:15 p.m.  presents a profile of former mayor of  Medicine Hat, Harry Veiner. Whatever  became of the Beatles, a special on the  Entertainers, Sunday 4.35 p.m. includes _  Interviews with all four-members of the  group.  Concern, Sunday 9:05 p.m. examines  the Whistleblowers, what happens to  people in government or business who tell  on their bossesfor reasons of conscience.  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25  Radio Movie of the Week ��� 8:04 p.m.  satirical end up of the movies.  .   Mostly Music ��� 10:20 p.m. Calgary  Philharmonic   Orchestra,   Mancini's  arrangements.   T  Nightcap r-11:20 p.m. The State, from  Yuk Yuk's Komedy Kabaret in Toronto.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26  Sussex Drive ��� 8:04 p.m. Chapter 1.  Possession. '  Country Road ��� 8:30 p.m. Jerry And  Joanne.  Mostly,, Music ��� 10:20 p.m. London  Boss  'ass. 52nd St. Jazz Sextet. L'Orche$tre  Sympathique.  Mostly Music ��� 10:20 p.m; Toronto  Brass Society  Nightcap ��� 11:20 p.m. Paul Horn.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28  ��� Upaate"^8T30~p.m. Roundup ot WC7  happenings.  The House ��� 9:04, a.m. the week in  ���Parliament. I  Quirks and Quarks ������ 12:05 Science  Magazine with Dr: David Suzuki.  - - Opera by- Request ��� 2:05 p.m. your  favourite operatic music.  Between Ourselves ��� 6:15 p.m: Harry  Veirier, former mayor, of Medicine Hat.  The Hornby Collection���8:05 p.m. Part  1. Singular, not Plural by Sherman Snukel.  Part 11, Statues by Otto.Low^I,;.;^^  Anthology, ��� 10:05 p.m." Portrait of  .Quebec novelist Rejean Ducharme.  Music from the Shows ��� 11:05 p.m*-  Music by Korngold Part 11.  SUNDAY, OCTOBER29 ._.  CBC Stage ���TT05 p.m. You Can't Hear  what I'm saying by David Helwig.  The Entertainers ��� 4:35 p.m.  Whatever became of the Beatles?   �����_  Symphony Hall ��� 7:05 p.m. Toronto  Symphony Orchestra, Nutcracker Suite,  Tchaikovsky.  Concern ��� 9:05 p.m. The  Whistleblowers.  Nightcap���11:20 p.m. Brian de Palma.  Serial reading Part 1 Turvey by Earle  Birney.  JTUESDAY, OCTOBER 31  "Touch the Earth ^^8:30"p.mTexcerpts"  from Ofillia Summerfolk Festival  m    Mostly Music ��� 10:20 p.m. Stratford  Ensemble. /  Nightcap ��� 11:20 p.m. Corporate Art  CBC-FM RADIO  ' Ideas ��� 8:04 p.m. Wednesday - Greek  -Influence���on���Artistic���Achievement.7  Thursday - Wildlife, Oceans. Friday - The'  Theory of Porperty. Monday - Massey  Lectures, The Inadvertent Epic. Tuesday -  Harold Admas Innis.  Saturday ��� Audience 9:05 p.m. Part 1.  Richard Monette on Judgement-Part 11-  The Ten Thousand' Dollar Canadian,  Elizabeth Zimmer. Part 111. Canadian  Playwrights - American citizens. Part IV.  Purcell String Quartet - Coulthard. Part V  Jack Darcus, filmmaker.  Mackenzie South Social Credit Association  (GIBS0HS^ECHEL1^=  m   ANNUAL  j     Shop Canadian  ������DCT0BET3071978    ~r~  ST. HILDA'S CHURCH HALL  SECHELT, B.C.  8:00 P.M.  All members are urged to attend to elect a strong team of officers and  -to have arv-ppportunityto hear and meet one of your cabinet ministers.  *  -  ��� ���-.-    _ ���   ���-- !���-::���:���:::-���:.-   fSl  GOLDEN CITY RESTAURANT  Ir,-  >  A-    . ...  ;,. .���    ..-[:..  i    ���  ] - -  Will be closed OCTOBER 23 - OCTOBER 31,  due to a death i n the family  RE-OPENS-NOVEMBER 1st  ��� C  ���      ':/  .15]  Sorry for any inconvenience.  -"          THE MANAGEMENT  (Bl  .   . .-���         -..���- ��� -.���- ���  '              '-  Notice of Public Hearing  NdttCE is hereby given that all persons deeming their interest in  ' the property .affected by the following matters will be afforded an.  opportunity to be heard at a" Public Hearing to? be held in the  Langdale Elementary School, Johnson Road, Langdale, B.C., at 3:00  vp.m., FRIDAY, October-27,. 1978 1    \---~- ���--"-    -~  (a) Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Land Use Contract  Authorization   By-law  No.  4,   1978   (Convention   of   Baptist  ' ..    Churches) IV  This proposed By-law authorizes a Land Use Contract with the ,  Convention of Baptist Churches in respect of Lands described as  District Lot 696, Keats Island, New Westminster Land District.  The contract enables the owner to legally subdivide lots, which  are presently leased to occupiers. No more than 110 legal lots  . are permitted. A public right-of-way, a trail and creation of a  -   public park area are provided for In the contract,  (b) Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Land Use Contract  Authorization By-law No. 5, 1978 (Worlcombe Island;Holding  , Company) '  This proposed By-law authorises a land Use Contract with  Worlcombe Island Holding Company in respect of Lands  described as District Lot 840, Worlcombe Island, Group 1, New  Westminster District. The contract "enables the owner to construct no more than seven single family dwellings on the lands,  as set forth in the contract.    ,  (c) Proposed Gambler Island Trust Committee Land Us(e Contract  Authorization By-law No. 6, 1978 (Buccaneer Bay Holdings Ltd.)  Thl? proposed By-law authorizes a Land Use,Contract with  Buccaneer Bay Holdings j.td. In respeqt of Land described as  District Lot 1539, Lot 1 of District Lot 1018 and District Lot 1019,  South Thormanby Island, New YVestmins|ter District. The contract enables the owner to repair, construct and reconstruct, no  more than*83 single family dwellings and accessory building* as  v   set forth In the contract.  (d) Proposed Gambler Island Trust Committee Zoning Amendment  By-law No. 7 "  This proposed By-law Is a By-laW to amend Sunshine Coast  Regional District By-law No, 96 da the By-law affects Lands  within the jurisdiction of the Gambler Island Trust Committee.  The By-law provides for the addition of a Countfy A-5 Zone.  Uses such as residence, logging and civic or public sorvlco uses  aro permitted. No more than 1 dwelling unit per 2 hectares of  aroa Is permitted.  -The proposed By-law further provides that District Lot 2081,  ���South Thormanby Island, New Westminster Land District be  deleted from tho Country 4 A-4 Zono and bo addod to tho  Country 5 A-5 Zono.  ���    The proposod By-law also provides that District Lot 1256, oxcopt  1       reference plans 3381, 6781, 10554, and 10898, New West*  minster Land District, Group 1, Gambler Island, be doloted from  ��� tho Country 4 A-4 Zone and bo addod to tho, Country 5 A-5 Zono,  ��oplos of tho propqsod By-laws may be Impacted at tho School,  District No. 46 Administration Offlco, 1490'South Fletcher Road,  Gibsons, B.C. during normal working hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30  ��� p.m., Monday to Friday Inclusive, commencing Monday, October 23,  -~4?78, "ntll the day of^ffio hoarlng, The proposod By-laws may also  be inspoctod at the Islands Trust Office, .4th Floor, St. Anriis  Acadomy, 835 Humboldt Street, Victoria, B.C. during normal-  working hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Monday to Friday Inclusive.  M, Leo,  Administrative Officor  Notice of Meeti,  , o  AU SHARES  AND DEPOSITS  GUAHAHTHD,  V.     -  <.#=*��l*,(|*��,'  ore v��K^ ^.��^  w-^mm^^imiifM'  X'^m  Tonildef^rlouT"Items of Bullnesrconcerrting^ambler Island at  tho Public Hearing on October 27th, 1979, in Langdale Elementary  School, 'Johnson Road, Langdale, B.C. .....   .    ..'...    ���  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES  Gibsons'Own-  Credit Union  li.l M  Commencing  will be  ��� ;    -\ ���'������*:.:  TRAVELLERS CHEQUES  UNLIMITED CHEQUES  MONEY ORDERS ETC.  ���ii> -  PREMIUM SAVINGS INFLATION FIGHTERS  Interest Increases with the Bank Rate.  from NOVEMBER 1st  per annum  to  TERM DEPOSITS-varying terms  currently to  ��f��  VV  ��� v\i-\ ���)>     -p.  ,i> i.i,  ,     ii -  i    '   I'  i'i 11        it  ,1 ^mm,�� .  "Join the Credit Union that is better in so many ways"  v  ^K,  V -.-  ���V"  >ur member owned building is locate^ at the Bus Depot in Gibsons.  M^tf  .\,,X,  ^���Sini: ' - AA:X> -  .'���'"*>.*<,��,���  '-"V  V  X      '  fc'K^��CTl^?W(S"SW����{:AMsW(��ir*  ^'-immMniot^^  <*��'te^ilHil!iimWei>^  ���������;���%������ .  A     I.  \     \  �� 'I  '��'   '    \  <���        /'  :A  11 \\ \\.  ���>\  i.    ���>��, xx-  x x-  /  '..'-  Hi  .'   '���    V  ���\ ll  ii;:,  Section t  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978  Something for everyone  in the fitness schedule  ^MBUfcT^GYMNASTlCS"^��� "  Any adults interested in tumbling and  basic gymnastics are invited to attend an  Adult Gymnastics class every Thursday  from 7:15-8:15 p.m. in the gym of Cedar'  Grove Elementary School. Geared for  those with lots of interest but little or no  experience, the class involves warm-up  exercises, mat work, plus the use of such  equipment as the balance beam and  trampoline. The fee is $1 per evening. For  information, please call the Fitness and  Recreation Service at 885-5440 or Jeff  Brown at 886-7560. _    LITTLE KIDS' SOCCER  , If your 5 to 7 year old would like to learn  how to play soccer, Donna Koop of the  Fitness and Recreation Service will be  teaching the, basic rules and leading  practice games every Monday from 3:30-  5:00 p.m. on the playing field at Roberts  Creek Elementary School. As the excitement level is bound to be high, any  parents who could come along to help keep  the game going~and somewhat organized  would be greatly appreciated. For more  information please call the Fitness and  Recreation Service at 885-5440, or Donna  Koop at '885-52261  MOMS' EXCERCISES  Excercise sessions fpr moms _ with  babysitting provided for pre-schoolers are  being held in Gibsons on Tuesdays from  9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Gibsons United  Church>Hall. Offered by the Fitness and  Recreation Service, there will be a warm-  up and limbering session, jogging,  stretching and isometric exercises, yoga,  deep breathing  and relaxation.  While  On the rocks  ��� by Pat  Edwards  ���-.���..PLEASE CUP-������-�������  5226.  WOMEN'S SOCCER  Any women interested in playing  soccer are invited to join in the game  every Sunday at 11' a.m. on the playing  field at Roberts Creek Elementary School.  For information please call the Recreation  Service at 885-5440 or Donna Koop'at 885-  5226.  KIDS' BASKETBALL CLINICS  To introduce children and teenagers to  the rules and game of basketball, the  Fitness and Recreation Service is sponsoring basketball clinics every Saturday  morning from 10:30 to 12:30 in the gym at  Chatelech School, beginning November 4.  To be led by John Grames, these sessions  are free and are open to situdents of all  ages. They have been planned to acquaint  the participants with the rules and basic  moves of basketball, and to allow them  time to^practice and to play the game. All  that is required of thestudents is to wear  running shoes. For more information,  about these basketball clinics, please call  the Recreation Service at 885-5440.  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 foUowing  times and locations; Sechelt Elementary  Gym on Wednesdays from 8:30 to 10 p.m.,  Elphinstone gym on Sundays from 5 to 7  p.m.; Pender Harbour Senior Secondary  School gym on Thursdays from 8 to 10 p.m.  Teams will be formed each evening from  CROSSING THE finish line and out of  breath this young lad was one of 200  kids involved in Saturday's cross  country race at Gibsons Elementary  School.  If any of your friends are curlers, don't  greet them with a pat on the back this  week. After the summer lay-off there will;  be some pretty sore muscles until we get  back into shape. I'm sure somebody added  20 pounds to the rocks and 10 feet to the  sheet of ice, too!  The Green Bonspiel opened the season  in Gibsons with a bang and it's nice to see  many of those "green" curlers now en-  tered-in-lfeague-ptayrSpeaking~of league  play, there seems to some misunderstanding about the amount of ice time  still available. There are still openings in  every league. Monday is men's night and  they would like to see two more rinks take  to the ice. Tuesday night's mixed league  can accommodate 10 more rinks and.  Wednesday and Friday nights have four  opening each for mixed teams. Thursday  is shared by men and women and there is  still ice time in both leagues. Starting  times are 7 and 9 D.m. *  For you ladies who like to getr out  during the day, there is a Monday afternoon league, and the seniors have a  very active Friday afternoon group. Both  afternoon leagues welcome newcomers or  , experienced curlers, so caUthe=rinlrand  sign* up for a season of fun and good  exercisfe.  There seems to be some controversy-  about our fee structure, too, so here are  - our rates. Debenture holders' fees are in  brackets! One night $87 ($72), two nights  , $152 ($132) Ladies afternoon fees are $40  and'seniors curl for just $30. Fees may be  paid on the instalment if you wish. Call  Gus at 886-7512 for. further information.  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I'  I  I  I  SUNCOAST  ARENA  WEEKLY SCHEDULE  I  I  I  I  I  I  i  i  "1  I  I  PUBLIC SKATING  TEENS  FRIDAYS 6:45-8:45 pm  FAMILY  SUNDAYS 1:45-3:45 pm  Admission  Adults $1.50 - Students $1.00   |  Children 75c |  MOMS & TOTS  (and DADS)  WEDNESDAY  12:15-2:15 pm  THURSDAY 2:004:00 pm  Admission  Adults $1.00 ��� Children 50c  SNACK BAR OPEN ��� j  | {Z.'������'      " m��T^   I  Wmwrn wm mm ��������� *wmn mmmm mmmw mtrnm mmmm mmm mmmm ^mmt mmm. m  I INTERESTED IN FORMING j  I A BROOMBALL LEAGUE? J  I PHONE 685-5717 j  ���J  Sports briefs'  Bananas <^oWn Raiders  By Sharon Schroeder, 883*257 J  The P(ender Harbour Bananas defeated  the Gibsons1 Raiders 6-0 on Sunday, October 22. The goals were scored by Jerry  Mercer with 3 goals, Rick Little with 2  goals and Dave (Red) Hawl y with 1 goal,  and John Mercer recorded the shut out for  Cosy Court Motel 5 to 1. Sechelt BuUding  Supplies beat A.C. Rentals and Building  Supplies   4   to   2.   Trail   Bay -Sports  vanquished Sechelt Shop Easy 4 to 0.  The, following is the League standings  P W h T Pts    those_present,_and_play-will be-fast, fun���the  Bananas.���A���spokesman���for  the   Sechelt Building Supplies.. 4  4  0  0     8  Tfldms^aTe^xercising, tots will be super-   and informal. There is a possibility that if   Bananas told us that the Raiders played a   Sechelt Legion 140 5  2  2  1.    5  Aiised^nd���involvedHto^ames~storte57^uffid^���very^portsmanlike game and-there were���Trail Bay Sports-rT7T7VT7rr3���2���1��� 0���4  walks-and-some-exercises-of-theirownr���and aleague could^evelop7bu1rfor nowTio���noTfightsr-The-Bananas^are-now-very���Roberts-&eek-QiasersTTT7-2���2���0-0���4  Beginning Tuesday, October 31, the fee is   formal teams will be organized. Anyone   happy to be out of the slump they have   Roberts Creek Legion 3  50 cents per session, and the class is open  to everyone, with or without children. For  -morerMormationT6rTd~pre-register for  the class, please call the Recreation  Service at 885-5440 or Donna Koop at 885-  wishing more information about these  games call the Recreation Service at 885-  5440. (Note: games have already started  in Gibsons and Pender Harboyr, but won't  begin in Sechelt until November.)  been having and to get back to winning.  The Bananas say that they are confident of  winning the game against "the^Chiefsnext"  Sunday. That game will be on Sundayy  October 29, at Pender Harbour at 2 p.m.  LADIES GOLF  The-ladies played a Never-Was-Toufr-  Minor ftoCkey teams have been tentatively selected, coaches have been  assigned to teams, as well as having taken  part in an excellent clinic, and| practices  are being scheduled.  We will be beginning the 1978-79 season  withsix: Jeagues:���oLthree���)feams_teach.  Pups, Atoms, Peewees, Bantams, Midgets  ' and Juvenile-Juniors will all play games  this year in our association ���- as well as  against Lower Mainland competition.  Teams will practise and scrimmage over  the next three weeks to prepare^ for games,  and adjust teams so vye have as even a  league as possible. , - -  , A clinic is our next step for anyone  interested in refereeing, or linesman  games at any levels. More on this next  week. , ���  Sponsors are asked to contact the  association as to their intentions of continuing sponsorships ��� as well as anyone.  Interested in donating to Minor Hockey as  a tax deduction would be more than  welcome,  The f ollowingschedule is for Thursday,  October 26: all Juvenile-Juniors will play.'  The following schedule is for Saturday,  October 28;      , '  10:30-11:30 aim. ~ all Midget Hpuse  11:45-12:45 p.m. ��� all Bantam House  1-2 p.m. ��� Peewee No, 1 and 2 ,  , 2:15-3; 15 p.m. ���; all Atoms  3:15-4:15 p.m. -all Pups  , j  The following schedule is for Sunday,  October 29;  0-9 a.m. -*- all Pups        ;  makes things  clear.  - ii, i.  CANADIAN ADVKRTISINQ ADVISORY HOARD  9:15-10:15 p.m. ���Peewee "reps" and  Peewee No. 3  10:30-11:50 a.m. ��� all Bantam House  12:054:30 p.m. -^ Midget "reps'" and  Bantam "reps"  6:15-7:15 p.m. ��� all Atoms   7:15^8:15:p.m.-^.all.Midgets House.--  We still have room for boys 10 and  under, especially in the lower age  brackets. If equipment is a problem, the  association has collected a great deal of  used equipment which can be used. Also,  any older player who still wish to do so  may register as well at the appropriate  times. ; ;"; '";"- ; ''","'���' ~ ~ '���"'  Deadline for payment of registration fees  is the next session on ice. No player will be  allowed on the ice who has not paid his  fees. N  .nament on Tuesday, October 17, for the  ���IadieS-whc^ad-flejvei^woh-a-golf-touri-  hament. The winner was Iva Peterson and  second place was Retia Hink. It should  also be mentioned that Iva Peterson made  her fifth hole in only two strokes.  FISHING REPORT  s Well, the fishing this week doesn't look  that good. At Smittys Marina riot much of  anything is coming in, but they say they  are catching a few small grilse near Keats  Island. At Duncan Cove they are catching  'Tpourids.  ""." '������"''���.,  SOCCER  The  Wanderers ! soccer  game   was  cancelled but not because of rain. They  2,1  A.C. 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The next  morning we found water in the generator's  fuel and pumped it out. The generator  worked~again-at~last !-  The bears are still coming around here,  and what's worse is, there is a mother and  her cub. We have to be extra careful in the  evenings to make sure that if she's near,  we" don't get between "her "and'hercub:-  They have had two warning shots but we  have seen them again since. We don't ^yant  "to have to destroy them, but if the drive us  -to-it, what elsfi-pan wfl-flng-0   ~ "In'tKe cafvfiig; department; just about  the whole group has finished carving their,  eagles. Next they'll do a bear; a whale and  a small totem pole of the three.  On Wednesday morning, as everyone  "went to school" in the classroom, we  discoverjed a bat hanging upside-down on  one of the prawn traps. Goodness knows  how he got there!  This week, the weather was really  beautiful. So beautiful, we decided to go on  an overnight backpack trip up to the first  lakerThe_lak��^f6ufmiles away from  camp. On the way, we had to cross Tsoh-  Nye River. The water only came up to our  knees but the current was quite strong.  With a pacfy on their backs and a strong  current, the unbalanced weight caused a  few people to fall down in the river, which  made the whole trip a little amusing to the  rest of the group who crossed safely.  Wften we arrived at the lake, we put up  our tents and built a fire place. After all  the jobs were completed most of the guys  went fishing. Out of all the 12 students and  2 supervisors, about 9 of them caught one  or more fish. In the evening we sat around  the fire ahd talked Until wi! finally, decided  it was bed time.  fo the students' surprise, there was  -Jamie Dixon's aluminum boat up there  rwhich the fishermen used in the morning.  The fishermen were about the first ones up  in the morning, so they could catch their  breakfast in the quiet. After breakfast,  everyone did what they liked until lunch.  Such activities were: fishing, trail  flashing and plain relaxing. After lunch  we took down camp and headed back. On  the way back it was easy because it was all  down hill.  -   The next daylThursday ^everyone who  -went���on - the -hike-=sure=f elt=it;=Their=  shoulders, backs and feet were quite sore.  Although many students were on the  hike, the ones-left behind, are due a lot of  credit. They caught up in school work,  " cleaned iipth^cMipand dida tremendous"  amount of landscaping. Already in one  corner of the camp we. have a, lawn  springing up. It was planted about a week  =and#Jialffagoi-TheJandscapingJs^really=  doing a lot to the looks of the place. It looks  '��� 2 or-3 times better than before and needs-  only a little more work before we can slack  off a bit. 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Movie:,  Hangman's  Wages  Specials  Cont'd.  Art   Starts ''  Spin. Stofles  News   '  Adam-12    >  Movie: ,  Bed Garters  Dr. In House  All In Family  Crosswits  M.A.S.H.  All My  Children  Vancouver  Cont'd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Edge of Night  High Hopes '  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  General  Hospital  Edge of Night  Boomerang  Another  World  Movie:  Killer Who  Can. Schools  Sky Begins  Take 30.   .  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Another  .World  Alan Hamel  ' Cont'd.  Stories of Am.  Book Look Lis.  Over   Easy  Book  Beat  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Popeye'  Banana Splits  Dating Game  .Tic Tac Dough'  Match  Game  Jeannie    ���"  Cont'd.  Going Places  News  Cartoons  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Charlie  Chaplin  For Kids  Goodies  All   ln   Family  After-school  T.B.A.  -News  Cont'd.  Wouldn't Die  Cont'di ��  Carol Burnett  News  Bionic  Woman  Sanford.& Son  'News    *  Everyday'  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  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Cont'd.  at  8 is Enough.  Cont'd.  Charlie's     ���  Angels   Madame   Curie  Cont'd.  Performances ^*  Cont'd.  Vanishing  Africa  Cont'd.  Cont'd!.  Newlywed Game  Merv  Griffin  Confd.  -Confd.  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'^.  rv"  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Loose Change  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Rhoda  Watson   Report  National News  Night Final  Vega$  Confd.  News  Police Woman  Wofnen  Confd.  News  Tonight Show  Sha Na Na  Watson Report  News  Confd.  Rich Man,  Poor Man,.  News  Late Movie  Lifeline  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Confd.  Elec.   Coverage  Scenes From  Marriage ���  News '  Love Experts  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Britain's  Finest Hour  Love Experts  Late Movie  Pt. 3  Confd.  Sports - Page  Confd.  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  Thursday, October 26  I  \  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  AU  My  12:30  Search for Tom.  Confd.   -,  Days of -  Id$ Clarkson  As the  Movie:  Music Place  Adam-12  All In Family  Children  1:00  Bob McLean  1 Life -To-Live-  -Our Lives  Marcus Welby  World Turns  The Ranger's  All About You  Movie: -  Crosswits  .Vancouver  Conf*    -  1:30  Confd.  Cont'd.-..-   _.  The  Doctors  ,-Confd.   Guiding Light  Confd.  Word Shop .  Horror Rises  M.A.S.H.  2:00  Edge of Night  General  Another  ~Can. Schools  Confd.  Another  World  Art Cart  from the Tomb  Dating Game  Confd.  2:30  High Hopes  Hospital  World  Sky Begins  M.AAH.  .Cont'd.  Teenagers    ��  Cont'd.   '  Tic Tac Dough  Going Places  3:00  Take 30  Edge of Night  Movie:   '  Take 30  Dinah- '  Alan Hamel  Over Eaiy  Popeye  Match Game  News  3:30  Celebrity Cooks  Treehouse  Cat on a  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd.  Confd.  Julia Child  Banana ,Splits,.  jeannie..  Cartoons  4:00  Charlie Chaplin  $6,000,000 Man  Hot  Tin  Roof  Bionic  Woman  Everyday  Confd.  Price is Right  Sesame Street  Super Stars  Funorama  Battle Planets  4:30  What's New  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Leave to Beaver  Gilligan's  Island  Part. Family  5:00  Goodies  News  Carol   Burnett  Sanford & Son  News  $6,000,000 Man  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy  My 3* Sons  Petti. Junction v  5:30  All in Family  Confd.  News ,  News  Confd.  Confd. ,  Electric Co.  Part. Family  I Love Lucy  Hollywood Sqs.  6:00  News  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.)  Confd.  News  Blue  Marble  Brady Bunch  Andy  Griffiths  Carol   Burnett  6:30  Confd.  Confd.      ,   '  Confd.  Cofcfd.  Movie:'/  From Noon  Mary T. Moore-  Cont'd.  Dick Cavett   '  My 3 Sons  Gong Show  Bob Newhart  7:00  Mary T. Moore  Football:  Seattle  Newlywed Game  Stars' on Ice  News  Hogan's  Heroes  Joker's Wild  Vancouver  7:30  Trivia   Quiz  Minnesota  Match. Game  Jokeris .WUd  Patsy Gallant  Newsmakers  Bob Newhart  On the Buses  Cont'd.  . 8:00  Barney Miller -  vs Dallas  Cotton, Candy  Till. Three  The  Waltons  i Project   U.F.O.  Nova.  Confd.  Donna Fargo  Newlywed Game  Cont'd.  8:30  King Kenslng.  Cont'd-.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.     .    "  i -Confd  Marty Robbins  Merv Griffin  Confd.  9:00  Canadian  Cont'd!.  Confd.  Hawaii 5-0        -  .Hawaii J&-  '  Cont'd.*^  ��� Live it Up ,  Rush  Dolly  Confd.  Welcome Kotter  9:30  Express       i  Confd.  Cont'd. .  Conf.d.  'Clapper  Cont'd.  Pop Country  Cont'd.  People  10:00  T.B.A.           i  Family  Quincy  Barnaby   Jones  Barnaby   Jones  8 is Enough   .  2 Ronnies  News  Britain's  Capra  10:30  T.B.A.          ���>  Confd.  Cont'd.  - Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Visions  Love ^Experts  Finest Hours  Cont'dr  '11:00  National News  News  News  News     .^ -  News  News  Confd.  Odd Couple  Love Experts  Sports Page  Cont'd.  11:30  Night  Final  Starsky,   Hutch  Tonight Show  Cont'd. <"^  Late  Movie  "News  Confd.  Gong Show  M.A.S.H.  Friday, October 27  Roberts Creek auxiliary news  President,  Wilma   Rodgers,   was  delighted to see so many present at the  meeting of the Roberts Creek Hospital.  Auxiliary on ..October 16. There were 28  present. A new member, Nora Wheller,  was welcomed as also was Adeline Clark,  who has re-joined - glad to have you back  Adeline. We are always glad to have new  members. The auxiliary offers something  f or - everyone   and   keen   minds   and  -energetic hands can be put-to good use  always* remembering our aim "for the,  comfort of the patient."     '     '���  , After the usual committee reports were  given we were told that our Thrift Shop  day has been moved to October 28. Please  contact Gladys Ironside if you have  anything you wish to send as we are  somewhat short of good items for that day���  The auxiliary is seeking the best way of  using the Memorial Fund. The hospital has  made several suggestions and members  are to consider these and a decision Ml be  made at our next meeting. \  . _. _The main iteifa d�� business was, of  course^gEtoffiee~Party and Bazaar wr  November 4 at the Roberts Creek Community Hall. Jean Carey is convening the  affair and Dorothy Bruce has agreed to  man the kitchen.  How our baby has grown! Just a few  years ago it was held in the little Roberts  Creek Library, then the Legion and tiienl  St. Aidan's Hall until last year it grew up,  and took place in the Community HaU!  Much enthusiasm was shown and great  plans made. We were pleased to be told  that the Coffee Party will be opened by  Mrs. Verna, Temoin, our Area  Representative, who has kindly agreed to  come over and visit us. Admission as  before will be 50 cents. It was requested  that each member donate three items and  donations can be dropped off at the hall on  Friday evening, November 3. If this is  inconvenient take them to the nearest  auxiliary member. We now have 50  members, so they should be easy to find.  Pauline Lamb conveyed, an SOS from  the hospital laundry for coat hangers.  Please drop off any surplus at the hospital.  Elections are coming up and a Nominating  Committee was formed, consisting of  Madeline Grose, Charlotte Raines and  Jean Carey. If .you feel you would like to  offer to serve in any-special-capacity,  please contact one of the above.  Next meeting St. Aidan's Hall,  November 13 at 11 a.m. bring p sandwich,  BUT see you all first at the Coffee Party.:  Elphie news  ���Activities in our school are growing  fast. There have been a number of  bakesales held by Grade 12. Twenty-seven  students from Elphinstone went'to Seattle  to _view the -fabulous treasures of  Tubufrhamen and then toured the. Boeing  Jet factory.  Last week out boys Sr. Rugby team won  a game against Carson Graham by a score,  of 30-6. ��� Mike Duteau.  v  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 - Freestyle  ? -    - - News    ���  12:30 Search for Tom. Confd. Days of Ida  Clarkson As World Movie:       . > Art   Starts Adam-12.  1:00 ;Bob  McLean 1 Life To Live     Our Lives Marcus  Welby       Turns ' Park'Ave;. _ -Movie: "  Movie:  1:30 Confd.��� Cont'd. The-Doctors Cont'd. Guiding- Light __'_Beat _   i . - Destiny of Pursued  Dr.' In House  Alfl In FamUy  Crosswits  M.A.S.H.  All My-Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Confd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Edge of Night  High  Hopes  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  4:00  .4:30  5:00  5:30  . Charlie  Chaplin  Kids Only^  Goodies     Ifct  All lnFamilp  General Another  Hospital World  Edge of Night Movie:  Treehouse Crime &  . Can.  Schools  Sky Begins  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd. ,  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Another World  'Cont'd.     .  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  a. Spy  Confd.  Over Easy  Speakout  Confd.  . Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana' Splits  Dating Game-  Tic Tac Dough  Match  Game  Jeannie <  Party Game  Going Places  News  Cartoons  $6,000,000 Man      Punishment  Confd. Confd.  News Carol Burnett  Confd. . .      News  Bionic Woman  Confd.  Sanford- & Son  News  Everyday  Confd.  News  Confd.  Price  is  Right  Confd.  $6,000,000  Man  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Super Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love Lucy  Part.  Family  Funorama  Gilligan's Island  My 3  Sons  I-Love Lucy  Battle Planets  Part.  FamUy  Petti.   Junction  Hollywood  Sqs.  6:00 News Confd.     ^ Confd. Cont'd.    ���  6:30 Confd. Confd. Cont'd. Confd.  7:00 Mary T. Moore P.M.' Northwest Seattle Incredible  7:30 2's  a  Crowd Devil  &  Mouse Hollywood Sqs.     Hulk  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's  Wild  News '  Cont'd.  D'nright Disco  Circus  Growing  Years  Dick Cavette  News  Gardening  Brady Bunch  My 3 Sons  Hogan's  Heroes  Boo Newhart  Andy Griffith  Gong Show  Joker's Wild  Dr.  on the Go  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver -  Confd.    ���  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  AU In Family  Challenge  Tommy  Hunter <  Donny & Marie  Confd.  Movie;  Obsession  Witch's Night  Wayerly Won.  Rockford  Files  King Kenslng.  Challenge  Tommy  Hunter  Magic Show  Confd.  Incredible  Hulk  Donny & Marie  Confd.  Rockford   Files  Confd.  Wn. Review  Wall- Street  Theatre  Confd  'Dating Game  Comedy Shop  Hot   City/Disco  Cont'd.  Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Obsession  Confdi  Cont'd,  10:00  10:30  -1t:00-  Pacific  Report  "  -NattonBl-News~  ,11:30     Night Final  Confd.  -Cont'd.  TJews  Baretta  Eddie Capra  .i_Mxsterleg.^_r  News  Am. Girls  -Confd.���-  -Tonight Show  News  Confd.  Flying High  -ConftL-���=-  News  Late Mpvle  Sword of  -Justice-^-  News ..  Confd.  Turnabout  - Soundstage  Confd.  News  -Love-J5xperts-  Odd Couple  Gong  Show -  Britain's  -Finest���Hours=  Love Experts  Late Movie  Flying High  -Confdi  Sports Page  Cont'd:  Modern. 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Good location ��� 1 block from  beach, English Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown, shipping within 2  blocks.' 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms. s��i*dios. efficiency  units and suites ��� each with private bath, color TV and phone. Dining  Room and Coffee Shop; Lounge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting  Rooms. Drive-in lobby and free parking.  1755 Davie Street Vancouver V6G 1W5. Phone: 604-682-1831 collect  ' Telex: 04-51161  Saturday, October 28  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  -CHANNEL-5-  -CHANNEL 6-  CHANNEL-7  -CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  -CHANNELJU-  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13.  - 12100  " 12:30  1:00  1:30  Football:  Teams T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Mr. Chips  Football:  Teams  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Confd. V  Soup  Vegetable  Treasures  KCTS Auction  Confd.  CIAU   FootbaU  Confd.  Confd.  Golden Years  Space Academy  Fat  Albert  ���Black Beauty  Cont'd.  Football:  Hamilton  at Ottawa  Cont'd-,  Survival Skills -  Cinematic Eye  Ch. 9 Auction  Confd.  . Movie:  Ghost in.  Invisible  Bikini  Space  Academy  Fat Albert  Outlook  Perspective   100 Huntley St.~  Sports  Confd.  Confd.  :-2:00-" Movie: -  -^2:30���-Who-DoneHIt-^  �����3:00     Confd.  . 3:30     WUd Kingdom  - Cont'd?^--.���-  -Confd*���'-   Confd.  -  i -  Cont'd,  : Cont'dr  -Cont'd,-  Confd.  Confd.  Travel-���-���  -News-Review-  ContU   -  Count.  Garden  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Reach For Top  News  Hockey:  New York at  Confd.  Game of Week  World of  Sports  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  McGowan  Cap.   Comment  Hockey:  New York  Movie:���  zons-of  of the Sea  Sports  - Journal   3am-  Wrestllng "  Confd.  "Confd.-  -Confd-  Confd.  Confd.  -Movie::  J?arzan_  Slave -GirJ  Confd.  -700=Clubz  Cont'd..  Cont'd. -     ;.  Wacky Races  -ConPoV  Confd.  News  Wrestling  Spectacular  Contd.  Good Times  News  . Joyce Kelly  Like  Dancing  . Skate  Canada  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Voyage to  Bottom Sea  Twilight Zone  Confd.  Funorama  Our Gang  Monkees  Honeymooners  Cont'd.  Bugs Bunny  Confd.  Inside Track  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  Montreal  Confd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.     .  News  VLawrence   Welk  JConfd.  News  Animal World  Wild Kingdom  Gong Show  at Montreal  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Halloween Sp.  $1.98 Show  Family Feud  Confd.  T.B.A.  Carter  Country  Applle Pie  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.1  Star Trek  Confd.  Hee Haw  Confd.  Weekend  Confd.  Gong Show  Movie:  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.  Carter   Country  Apple Pie  Love 'Boat  Cont'd.  Kiss  Meets  the Phantom  Confdi.      i  Cont'd.  Chips  ��  Confd.  Movie:  Parallex View  Rhoda  Mary T. Moore  The Am.  Girls  Movie:  Kiss Meets the  Phantom  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  ContM,  Hee Haw Honey  Nashville  Music  Country N.W.   Roustabout  Confd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Bob Newhart  1 Day at a Time  Love Boat  Cont'd.  ,10:00,  10:30  11:00  11:30  Nice  Show    '���-���  Like This  National News  Night Final   ���  Fantasy   Island  Confd.  News  Cont'd.  Sword ��� of  Justice  News  Sat. Night  Cont'd.  Cont'd.,  News  Late Movie  Dallas  ,Conf d.  Movie:  Dollars  Skate Canada  Cont'd.1   ,..  Cont'd,   i  T.B.A.  Confdi  Cont'd,  Confd,  Confd.  Movie:  Kill a  Mockingbird  Cont'd.  Shalako  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  At the Forum  Cont'd. .  Sports  Cont'd.  Sunday, October 29  rgMITi*  ��  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  Stereo & Appliances  .��fv>ti"v  IN THE ^p OF SECHELT  N  885-9816      III   ll��    ^^ Ut Ctrun T     Cowrlo St.  ; AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  CHANNEL 2  CHANNBL 4  CHANNEL 5  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Football:  Vancouver-  at Toronto  ���Cont'd.  Issues It Ans.  College FootbaU  Directions  Action  <A,NN  ran"  Football  Teams T.B.A.  Movie:  Finian's  CHANNBL &  Football:  B.C.  at        ,<  Toronto  Cont'd.  CHANNEL 7  r  CHANNEL 8  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  ���Good News  Better Way  Terry   Winters  Football:  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Lassie  Dbl. Decker  Music To See  Money   Mag.  CHANNBL 9  Long. Search  Cont'd. ,  Auction  . Cont'd.  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  Movie:  Gog '  Confd.  Movie: Abbott &  Gospel Hour  Cont'd.  Rev.  Solbrekkon  P.T.L. Club  Sports  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd;  Harold Lloyd  Stand  By ,  Mr. Roberts  T.B.A.  Rainbow  Confd.  Confd.  Treasuro  It Is Written  Like Dancing  Music to See  Joyco Kelly  T.B.A,  T.B.A,  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  Saskatchewan  at Edmonton  Cont'd,  Coht'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Coflt'd.  Cont'd.  Costello  Meet  Frankenstein  Movio:  Ghost & Mr.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Ruff Houso  Confd.  Confd.  Nows  Copt'd.  4:00  Co.  Canady ���,'  T.B.A.  WSU Football  Co, Canada  National  Cont'd..  Cont'd,  Chicken  Funorama  Money Talks  4:30  Hymn Sing  Alias Smith  Confd.  ��� Hymn  Sing  Geographic  In Search of  Skate Canada   '  Confd,  Confd.  Our Gong  Movlo:   T.B.A,  Horst Koehler  5:00  News  & Jones  Meet the Press  Student Forum  Confd.  Cont'd;    -  Tnrzon  Lively  Country  5:30  Parliament  Newa  News  Nows  David Horowitz  Cap.  Comment  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sporta Probe  6:00  World of  Husky FootbaU  Confd:  Jack Patera  Confd.  News  Nows  Confd,  Star Trek  Cont'd..  Showdown  6:30  Disney  How Come  Cont'd.  Around Horo  Pro.   Lottery  Cont'd,  Confd.  Gun WIU Travel  n.C, Lions  7:00  Beachcombers  Hardy Boys  Confd.  World of-  Beachcombers  80 Minutes  Hardy Boys  Confd.  Confd,  Outer Limits  00  Minutes  Benny Hill  7:30  Naturo  Thinga  < Disney  Nature Things  Confd,  Cont'd,  Confd.   ..  Confd.  Confd.  8:00  Mary  Cont'd.  Battlestar ,  Movie:'  "  Lawrence  T.B.A,  Battlestar  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Speakout  Blesslnga  Movie:  8:30  9:00  Galactlca  Centennial  Welk  T.B.A.  Galactlca  Access  Namo Tune  Centennial  Sldostreot  Movlo:               *  Pt, 3  Sldestreet  All in Family  Skate Canada  Confd,  Probo  Movlo:  T.B.A,  Cont'd,  9:30  Confd.  Crash  Cbnfd.       . ',  Cont'd.  Alice  Confd.  Cont'd,  - Contact  Confd.  Cont'd.  10:00  Mnsaoy's    -  Cont'd,  Lifeline  Marketplace  Kaas  W-B  Confd,  Kroozo Bros.  Confd.  Lynn  10:30  Pt.  1,    , '-  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Ombudsmnnn  Cont'd-,  Confd,  Confd,  700 Club  Confd.  Anderson  11:00  National Nows  News  News  Nows  News  Nows  .  Cont'd,  Cont'd,      !  Cont'd.  Movlo:   T.B.A.  Sports Pago  11:30  Night Final  Confd.  Late Movie  Confd.  Lato Movie'  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  ,J-  ' I. '  Monday, October 30  s  CHANNEL %  TE5T  12:30  1:00  1|30_  "~2i00  2:30  3:oo  3130  4130  SiOO  5130  Swltzor".  Search for To,  Boh  McLean  Confd.  CHANNBL 4  All My Children  Cont'd,  --Ono Llfo  to Llvo  -CHANNEL 8  1 Iollywood Sqs.  Dnys of  Our Lives  Tho Doctors  CHANNBL 6  CHANNEL?  CHANNBL 0  ���mmm  CHANNBL 9  Mows  - Idn Clarkson  Marcus Welby  i Cont'd.-  Nows  Movie:  Force FJve  confd.  News  Movie-/  Unwodi Father  Confd.   I  Edgo  qf  Night  T.B.A,  Take 30  _Colobrlty   Cooks  6)00  ���*4l30,t  7:00  7130  ChnrlioChnplln  Cntoh  Up  Goodies  All in Family   General  Hospital  Kdge of Night  Boomerang   ���0,000,000 Min  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Hm\  Anothor  World  Movlo:  Lady la_______  "cJSnt'di,  Cont'd,  Carol Burnett  News  IGxplorera  Music Place  Book. Look, Lis  Menaurs Up  CHANNBL 11  . Cs. School  ' T.B.A;  Tako 30   ,  Celebrity   Cooks  lllonln Woftan  Cont'd.  Sanford St Bon  Nows  Light^  M.A.fl.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Anothor  World  0)00  8130  9:00  9130  ToToo"  10130  jllOO  11130  News  ..Cont'd...*, , .,..���  Mary T. Mooro  Reach For Top  Confd,  ..Cont'd.���..,, .:,,-..  Football:  I.os Angelos  W.K.H.P.  M.A.SJI.  Supor tipeclftl  Cont'd.  ��w�� Uwu,  nn Alivo  National News  Night Final  I  v�� Atlanta  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Confd.  ..Cont'd..���,.v..,.,,;  Soattlo  Hollywood Sqs.  ~CimPI, ���"  -Cont'd.,...- ��.-.*,���.��....,.  Chopper Squad  Cont'd.  Everyday  cont'd.  News    .  Confd. _  Cont'd,  Alan II  Confd.  nn Hamel  mt>A       *  To CovSr  News  Adnm-12  Movloi  Zlta  CHANNBL 12  Dr.   In   Houso  Alinn Family,  Cronswlts  M.A.S.H.  CHANNHL 11  Ail My cl.ll.lron  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Confd.  /  1                 '    '     " '  ,  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Attend  the Church  ������'.' ''Of"'.;'':;:  your choice  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m. (except last Sunday in  month   at   12:30   p.m.)   Wednesday  Evenings, 7:30.  4 U in St, John's United Church,  DavisBay  Phone 885-3137, 886-7882, P.O.  Box  - 1514  1 ��� ��� "'.     .      ��� i'  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor  TIMES pF SUNDAY MASS  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  8:30 a.m. Our Lady1 of Lourdes, on the  - Sechelt Indian Reserve!  10:00 aim. at The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt.           '  12 noon at ��t, Mary's Church in Gibsons  *  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 'n.m.���St. Iohn's. Wilson Creek  ' 'i'i          '  11:15 a.m.���Gibsons  t   '  ConC'tf"  Mary T, Mooro  Newlywed Gnmo  Jokors Wild  Price Is  Confd.  $0,000,000  Man  WkUT  Cover ,  Kroestyli  Ovor may  SurvlvM Kit  nfcoiifd.  Cont'du  Popeyol   . '  ItnnntwtV Splits  fioaiinu) fltrout  Cont'd,  Mr, llogers  Hlootrlo Co.  Nows  . Cont'd,.,-��.... ;...t,,.-..��,.  Ornnd  Country  Tho Waltons  Auction  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Super HMr)t,  l.onvo to lionver-  l Lovo Luoy    <  'I'��[t.  Family  Dating Oame  Tlo Tno Dough  Matoh Oame  .lonnnle  Funorama  qilllKnns  Island  My .1 Sons  I Lovo Luoy  Party Oame  Ooing Places  News  Cartoons  llrndy Hunoh  - My--4-��Bona.����..,.,.-,.  Ilounn's  Heroes  Holt Nowhart  UonTcurs  Hollywood  News  fl. Holmes  Utile  llouso  an tha Prairlo  Movies  My Gorman  "SiKHer"  Cont'd.  News  TonlKht Bhow  Little   House  on the Prairlo  l��J!ovor8  Movloi  Papillon  Cont'd.  Coht'd.  Conl'd.  Opor. Petticoat  Venn*  Cont'd.  News Mm,  'Man Alive  Nows  Confd. '���  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  Lou  Cont1  Nows  Conf  w       \  Cont'd,  ContM,  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  Andy qrlMtii'  Gonu .Snow...  Joker's  Wild  Iinttle Planets  Part, Family  Petti.   Junction  Hollywood flqs.  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  Movioi Nowlywod Game  Ilomhors Il-f)2        Morv Orlffln  Cont'd. Cont'd.  Cont'd. Confdi.  Carol Hurnett  Hob Nowhart  Vancouver  Confd,  Nsws.  Love Kxports  Odd Couple  Oonfl Bhow  ifriuln's    X i  ��� Finest Hours  Love Kxports  Late Movie  Confd,  Confd.  Movlei  Dark Secret of  Harvest Homo  Cont'd.  Cont'd-  Snorts Pane  V'*'.  Tuesday, October 31  WW  13)30  1100  11)0  w  7  tm  Hffl"  4|30  0100  JtlfSL  CHANNBL 3  /jwlUor  Pearoh for Tom,  jlob MoLean  Cont'd.  ~��Ke~brrJiil��T*"  Tako 30  Celebrity ���Cooks  , CHANNHL *  An Manila  N  r AtlO  7|00  7ll0  iiw  ���"Sr  US.:  tflinrlio (Jlii\i>Un  Pencil llox  doodles  All In Family  One Xlfo��,  o Live  ..onefiT"  no  ran  1  Of Night  t'nttOA  News  Confd.  CHANNBL fl  Hollywood flq��,  Days of  Our Lives '  The Doctors  "Wr"  Movloi  At Capone  CHANNIL w  1  ews  da Clarkson  Wefty*  SSX.  W  Cont'd,  Mary T, Mooro  Leo A Me  "Sonfd,  Oont'd,  Cont'<fTV  Cont'd,  Carol Burnett  News  Can, Soliools  T.ILA.  Take DO  MSML  CHANNBL 7  News ~"  i tne���  orld Turns  mmJkhL  CHANNHL ��  CHANNHL f  9  Ou  I  lloWo  i woman  Sanford A  News  Cooks  ft.A.8%,  Dinah  Cont'd  Son  TUfflSTBiST"  Hone Hlniard  Sijeomnnmr  flth,Attala  SM0"hWMt  Na  i��(wnl;iiL...v,ip\,  flovondJleiisori  NstlonslHlaws  Tfa^JFWKi   ,  Con rf.  Oont'd.  flonttio  Name Tune  ���BE-  '���WS'.'  ��te Mevle  Srftnrtpn'aoei  fltmnifor  in  Cntii-A,  Cont'd. .  Starsky A  Hutch  Kvnt-ydny  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  ews  . ovloi  Where Have  Poj(y>lo_jJnno_  Another  WoffS"  Cont'd,  Alnn Hamel ��� .  Confd.  1  ^JJtrangei^m  . News ������}'   ��� ��� ,  Tonight Show   "wi'lMf  nth n  linsrd  ^.onftit  Kstate  "ConM,    .  .   Mary T. Moore  NewlyweA Clemq  i Jokor's Wild  PrlSeifir*  ijiploriirs    A^  [loomimstlcs  "easura up  .Jl Wojlh,   "SpinnjnirWofios  Amorlnan x  Ovor K��syxN  "Sows  Cont'd..  Head, Hunters  What's My Line  Honainu fit root  Cont'd,  Mr. llogers  KlootHa Co, i  CHANNBL 11  -' News P"~  prnoj|Wsw   "cSStio '  Cont'd.  Popove  linnnnn  CHANNHL U  Dr. In House  All In Family  MM'  mm.  CoiiPa*  lieyond?nenson  News  Cont'd.  wwmtmmm^mmm^mmmwmmmmmmmmmimm  Cont'a.  %  AGoM  Cont..  News  rtrondps Oooi  l"~-r>i.   "XuoTioir  S8SI%  Cont'd,  Super fiTnrs  Loavo to lloavor  I Love Luoy'  Part, Family  Dating Oame .  Tie Tun Dough  ��� Matoh Oame  Jonnnle  CHANNBL 11  All My Children  Cont'tf.  Vancouver  Conty ,  funorama  1  Cont'A.  Coni'd, ..  Nows    \  Cat-toons  W'p  llfuan's Island  y 9 Sons  1 lovo Luoy  Ct   News  ���w   icoriiM;jj "���  ���mr  lrady Ilunoh  ���Ay ll Sons,  losan's Heroes  - Hon Nowhart  Si;  ulnoy  flnfd.  "Son  .Con  Con...  g,,v.  'TOvToi "'���  .CrXU'��  Cont'd,, ,  ^dFTwfiir  Oonx Show  Joker's Wild  On tne Buses  llattlo Planois  Part. Family  Peitt. Junotl'on  Hollywood  Bqs  Na^lyweit name  ^��rvfl!pr��iff|in ��� .,.���,..  Cont'd'  Carol lIurnet^A  Dob Nowhart  Vancouver  Cont'd,  r,ow*.  . Lovs -.JRityartst  Odd Couple  Qong Show  ���. ��it��Hoini��.  I^jve- Experts  La^o Movlo  ���wnw: mi J" "-  ksvernf#Jl)lrlfy���  Dark Secret of  Tervest Tfomo  Cont'd,  Sports. Page".  Willi l.i iImii immmmmmmmmmm,  T  ')���  il  ���V  Date Pad  Oct, 25 -* Pre-School Library & Storytlme, Wilson Crook Community Hall,   '  11:30 am. s  0��t.23,-T!DQnclna.5r.Cltli��niHall,S��phtl��, Vi3Qpm. �� ,���,..,,,,  ,,,y,.:,,.  Oct. 23 ��� Pender Harbour Health Clinic Aux. Meeting, Clinic, 7:30 pm.  Oct, 26 ��� Alcoholic,! Anonymous MmIIoq, Wilson Crook Community Hall.  Bi30 pm, For Info call QB5-3394 or 885-2896.  Oct. 26 ��� Alateen Meellno, United Church Hall, Olbsons, 7 pm,  Oct.  26 --.. Western Welolit''Controlle,rs Meetlno.   10  am.  Evoryono  welcome," To register phone 885-9386,     ���    -.,, '  Oct. 30��� Carpot Bowling, Sr.Cltlxons Hall, Sochelt, 1:30 pm,  Oct. 30 ��� New HorUons Club, Roberts Crook Communlly Hall. 1:30 pm,  Carpet Bowling, Whist, Bridge.  Oct. 31 r��� Hallowe'en Fireworks, Ooll Course, 8 pm.  Nov. 3 ���. Olbsons Hoip, Aux, Aloha Bullet, Olbsons Unltod Church Hall,  11:30 am-2 pm, $3.75  Nov. A ~. Roberts Creek Hosp Aux. Coffee Parly ft. Boiaar, Roberts Crook  Cot^im Hall, .2-4 pm. SOc  Nov, 4 ��� Ho|y Family Fall Bazaar ft Raffle, Sr Citizens Hall, Sechelt, 2-4 pm.  7BC ' '  Nov. 4 ������ St Barlholomew's'WA Fall Bazaar ft Tea, Gibsons legion, 2-4 pm,  7Sc  N6v,7 -.- Duplicate Bridge |purnon\ent,'Oo|f Course, 7(30 pm, For.lnfo call  Nov, 14���6t Johp't United Church Womenfall Bazaar ft TeorWIIionCk"  Comm Hall, 2-4 pm, 75ci  EVERY SATUR,DAY ��� Do you have extra lro*h,vogeloblos, homo baking or  '(\ preserves that youtwodhl like to sell? We woulfl like to tontrlbuto our  outside area every Saturday, Please talk to Nancy or Patty at rentangle, Sechelt, 005-3010.  "���*v*  wft Tfiia srAc�� to rnowoTi tout otOAWWATioNrs mms.  ���    , iT.,sFRW.cAueB(r.32sr;*-.M,     ���<,.-.    ���   ^.  "  ':'���                   ,���                             ,,���     f             -V                "       "        '   **       ppp.'-V^--  r��....i.i.iT.  ���   H.  ���-���tY>r,  , ������.-,��*4l<'  '���-n-t*   , 4V (����*rfc i?*i8f_��wm!^^  V  Mi tj^m*"'1 ���'* ������ *l''-:i>".i- "Wl.'s^ns^j^ffli'# J.*M*(4,fef J-*Si1 SBSiJ'tlvt1 *'.-' J-A 'S-/'  i >i  !������/  A,  iM /  i ��� : I  A   i . ....  \'  . /  '.   x 'X ���������'������: k i: .  ''���''"'������'"''..'���'' ������',"    i'-':  '   ������'.-'  .-:,...,->  v   '          .,'    ���"  ��� r ���     -I  '    :   '~\  1    ' ,.'.  ', 'J~x-  ... ....._-.. ..-., ���.  .    i_^.:  :- ���.-_-     :���'  '   .    ���^r���   ���  - ���'��� XX'��� '" ���  ��� ' ������'', ' '"   \   ���'  \  '  .  '���?  ��� .. ���      ��� i '  .���'������''     ���     ���:'  -o-   1  1 ..'. ���  \A  .1  ' \  ( :,  4  ,.    ��� * ���  .i  \ ��� .    ,  T      ���  '  rFrr*A-'r  ' 'i  '��� ,                              '   ��� ' "'  '  .  -"%'y  a1** .  y-^  s   .  ���.    J  AX    .  ���   ���  *  v.   ���  , .  . ������ v ���  1   '  A-      .  \  I1  ���  ��� 1  ���<��r.  Page C-4   -       The Peninsula Times Wednesday, Oct. 25,1978  -��*���-  /'  Halloween is almost here!. Here are lots of Halloween things fpr  you to try I Don't forget to send'us your stories or poems or pictures  you've done. (And thanks to those of you that have given us'stuff.).  Here's the address:  HEY KIDSI  BOX 310,  SECHELT  Ahd haye a safe Halloween!  \  Kids'��� Halloween can be lots of fun, but remember  to play it safe when you are out on Halloween night.  HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS  * Always take a flashlight  -JUf you wear a mask, be sure-you-can see. IXXkX '.A.  ~*Be extra <careful-of cars.    \  *Don't go out by yourself. 4  *Don't fool around with firecrackers.  *Tny to wear bright colors.  * Don't wear a skirt that's too long.  *Set a time to be home with your parents. ��,  *Check all candy for unwelcome -^objects.  _*One  last1 word' ���-_ give   your .teeth   an ' extra   brush  Halloween night!  . '" Xit-i c-r. , -      a ���'  MAKE IT!  Here are two delicious recipes for Halloween  drinks that you might want td try making for the  bewitching night.  Witches Brew  \  3 cups orange juice  2 cups apple, juice""       ~~  1/2 cup frozen strawberries, thawed  1 apple, chopped fine-  V orange, chopped fine  1/2 cup cantaloupe, chopped fine  Mix all,ingredients together in a very large bowl.  Serve in tall glasses with an ice cube.  ''.*<,  Cat's Eye Punch  1 large* bottle Ginger Ale  H-^8-az~-can-pineapple juice   T 48"��zTcah~.bfahge, juice  ,4 cups prepared strawberry flavored fruit drink  ice cubes  Mix all ingredients together in'a very large bowl  and serve in tall glasses.  HOW TO!  Don't forget kids, make-up is much safer than a mask on,  Halloween night. Here is some simple make-up you can  make at home: i  JAeliJ3nfi4ar^J4jMi^AJirLja^  pans. Add wax crayon shavings to each tart pan using  different colors, leave it to sit until firm. Now it is ready to  THE HAUNTED HOUSE  "Trick or Treat!" said Mark and Brent enthusiastically on the steps of a creepy old mansion.  The solid pine door with rusted door handles swung open with a great amount of creaking. J  "   TH be-backJajaJew-seconds with the treats Ha! Hal-HaJ~The personjn the black' cape and  "shrivelled red mdskfinished his sentence with aterrlfyingiaugh.��� ' ""   "~-       v"_"~  "'While the boys were waiting for their treats they looked at the house. It was a four story  building. There were two dormer windows on the roof, their shutters were weather-beaten. The  cedar siding was faded, and in places was rotten.  Suddenly, the stairs collapsed and Mark and Brent slipped through the hole. They seemed to  fall about one hundred feet and land on a bunch of foam.  "Mark, are you alright, I mean did you break anything?" asked Brent anxiously.   Are you kidding?" said Mark sarcastically. "It was-like'landlng on a feafffeffeed.'  y  "Let's get out of here I" said Brent uncertainly. "I'm with you, come on." replied Mark.  They_iound-arstTiall tunnel andJpllowedJt,  ditterent colors, leave it to sit until tirm. Now it is ready to  smooth onto youTTace. CIean-up~wiil be easy wherTffieTurT  ��� c   rwtar  is over.  OR  "Findan old" aluminum" panHnto~it7 put one-half jar of cold  cream or other face cream. Add enough cocoa powder to  color it quite brown. It will be safe and comfortable for even  very fender~ f acesT"You" may^use if~for ~any~~cosfiime~ that"  needs a dark face.  "Look ou/l" screamed Brent. Mark jumped out of the way just in time to be missed by af lying'  skeleton.      i  "Boy that was close!" said Brent. "What's that up ahead?"  "I think it's a ghost I "said"Mark jokingly.  "A ghost I" screamed horrified Brent. "Let's go see," said Mark.  "I don't want tol" said Brent who was scared out of his wits.���It-might-grab- us andtakeus  -awoy-U  "You don't believe in ghosts do you?"  "Yes," replied Brent confidently.      "Wei Irl'nrgol ng"to" SSjg whatinsland yoiTcan sit" here dl I byyourself7r"said"Mark"slyl y.  "Wait for mel" screamed Brent hastily. Just the though ot him sitting in the middle of a tunnel  by himself with all those ghosts around made him change his mind?  A little way further into the tunnel Mark and Brent spotted estrange glow ahead.  "Mark, do you hear that clanging?" Brent asked eagerly. "It sounds like a bunch of machinery."  J[hey_w_alked into a_ro_om_th_atwas fulLol computers, wrenches and_wires   A hunchback sat at the controls pushing buttons, pulling knobs, and looking at a screen which  showed pictures of the house.  "Just as I thought," whispered Mark, "It's all a fake." '_.. ^ .   ~ ....    ���'.   ~""',Yb"u~mieanlKdt"ghos"t"a~ndlkeletbn weren't real?" whisperedBrent in astonishrhent. "   4.-etVfindWt-why-hefrtrylng-to-scqre us I" saldlfrent-ongrHy; .- __ . ���-   ' "Mister," said Mark politely. "Why are you trying to scare us?" *       '.���'���' fi  "Oh no," said the man. "My secret has beert discovered!" '��  ' "What secret?" they said amazed. "Well, I guess I should tell you said the man sadly. "There is  gold under this house so we made this hoax to protect it. Suddenly the man's face produced a grin.  If you will keep the secret I will give you all my candy.  "O.K." replied the two boys eagerly. So far they have kept the secret.  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  " Rotor Lathor Service lor Disc Brakos  and Dronr| Brakes  ' Volvo and Soot Grinding (  'All Makos Sorvlcod -������ Datsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplier  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  -. 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PfKHIfl  v .   I _       4  \ . ���   '  ---'/-   "I"  Wednesday, Oct. 25,-197$ ���The Peninsula-Tillies Page C-5  The Garden Corner  Crane fly, a menace  : " , By Guy Symonds  Each fall this corner is duty-bound to  call the attention of the gardener to the  marsh crane fly, the ungainly flying object  that an earlier generation knew as "dadd-  long legs". In the past few years this* has  become quite a menace and not only lawns  but valuable pasture land has been ruined  by its depredations. "  " " It is of course not thefly that does the'  damage* at least not directly, it isHhe  worms from the eggs deposited during the  summer that spend the winter dozing  among the roots of the "grass plants and the  spring and summer voraciously devouring  them.  One of the difficulties of dealing with  this pest is that it seems that there are few  natural enemies. The much abused  starling is one of the few birds that will eat  them and the starlings themselves are the  object of hatred of,fanners trying to grow  corn  and  blueberries.  In  fact  many  - b]uebary_gro.wers Jin_.the lower Fraser  Valley havel^enTorced biflfof "business by  flocks of these birds which quickly become  accustomed to various means used to  scare them and soon learn to ignore' such  feeble methods of itimidation.  The crane that we have seen flopping  around during the summer are from eggs  laid during the previous year. The grubs  that hatched out in a couple of weeks found  themselves in a Veritable paradise and  soon burrowed their way into the middle of  *it. Here surrounded by the grass roots they  had themselves a happy, time-dozing-the  winter away. Then when the ground  -warmed up they really came to life and eat  everything in reach, growing and.  developing the while. Then in their appointed time the grubs became flies and  joyously took to the_air_to mate and lay  more eggs; If their-waj^of life were riofrin  conflict with man's we would probably  marvel at the intricate and highly suc-  __^sfuLjra^^aMre_gets_the_results_she_  wants, often not the man's satisfaction.  The 300 or so eggs laid by- each female  hatch out in a couple of weeks and the  ���grubs-moveundergrourid.-As we say, thejr  don't get all that active until Spring and  then they'really go to work. Somewhere  around July they are developed to the  point that they can emerge and take to the  tablespoonsful of Diazinon mixed in a  gallon of water and applied on about a  square foot of the infected area. Then  watch to see if the hardshelled brown  grubs, the leather jackets, wriggle to the  surface. If there are 20 or more of them,  then control is urgently needed-Ihejsanie  result can be obtained with a cup' of  gasoline, but the Diazinon is to be  preferred! Once their presence is  established the treatment is simple.  Spray, under pressure preferably, with a  mixture of one fluid ounce of Diazinon in  one gallon of water. Alternatively the five  per cent granules can be used at the rate of  1% pounds, to the 1,000 square feet.  The grubs or worms are quite small at  this time of the year, in fact so small that  attempts, to recognize them is not  recommended, until the winter is weU  advance.-    w ��  ., It should be remembered that this  beast does not feed on grass only, but may,.  also be found in the vegetable aifd flower*  garden where even one worm can wreak  havoc.  Incidentally, if either spray of: granules  of the Diazinon is used be sure to keep  children and pets away from the treated  area for at least 24 hours.  TRY  Eight dishes to  choose from  Open  Tuesday to Sunday  * Dally luncheon Specials  * Take-Out Orders  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  886-8015'  ���90 days to 364 days���term deposil  NOTICE  OF  ELECTION  Public Notice is hereby given to the electors of the. Municipality  of Sechelt that I require the presence of said electors at the Village  Office on Monday the 30th day of October, 1978, af the hoar of ten  o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of electing persons to  represent them as Aldermen.  ���1 year to 6 years-term deposits  also  The mode of nomination_of candidates-shall be "as" follows"  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two duly qualified  electors   of  the jriur^ip_aljlyr._JJie_j\ojTunati  delivered "to the Returning Officer at any time between the date of  this notice and noon of the day of nomination. The nomination-  a  air. While their life span is abbut  -week-they-have-ruined-a-great-deal-of���  grass while they were growing up.  So if you have bare patches in your  lawn showiitg dead foliage indicating-that '  the root systems have been destroyed, the  -smart-thing-to-do-is-to find out-if this ob- J  jectionable little beast-is responsible for  the damage. 4  The procedure calls for a couple of  paper shall state the name, residence ond occupation of the person  nominated-in sudvmanner as to sufficiently identify such candidates  The nomination-paper shall be subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being.necessary, such poll will be opened  at Sechelt on the 18th day of November, 1978, between the hours of  8 a.m. and 8 p.m. of which every person is hereby required to take  -notice-and-govern-himself-accordinglyr ���   check our other  deposit facilities..  RATISfa93/4%  "   1-5 years  1978.  Given under my hand at Sechelt this 20th day of October,  Bank of Montreal  -���X .JLKant,'  Returning Officer  Gibsons  886-2214  Madeira Park  883-2718  -Sechelt  885-2221  TO GET IT!  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FLORAL NEEDS"  Sunnycrest Contro,  Gibsons  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  A COMPUTE BUILDING SERVICE"  886-8141  Sunshine Coast  Highway, Olbsons   m,  \Wi  MOREL'S FRAMING &  CONSTRUCTION LTD.  "SEE OUR  )8PECH0USE?n  tpstlsHikig In  CUSTOM HOME BUILDING A  FRAMING  886-2440  1 sWV>$&$  MEN & BOYS SKATES  %PI��CE  Reg. $38 -$110.00 NO EXCHANGES  ����   *���� ,*mu.uu. . , NQ REFUNDS  UNCLE MICKS SHOES  C&S HARDWARE  .^Spoclalljtlng In Ladles & Mons|  Cuts a Styling,,  ,    Coloring ,  Blow Drying.  Hd|r Caro for iho "ontlro family?*  iy flotlkon, Jhirmock & Vldsl Bassoon Products  SeckcCt mJcoxty Scum  Opon Tuosday to Saturday    '  "W^l^^^^^^^^CowrljSt.  BEST SELECTION OF  N TO TEENAGE LEVEL  BOOKS ON THE PENINSULA I  ->r^.Lfl|rflo variety of Adult paperbacks  r|rt \   Statlonory i Horn** Offlco  *":'J-       GREETING CARDS  contemporary t, standard  ;/;  Lot us pressure chock your  COOLING SYSTEM  forthV  ':,',    $A95'  Winter Season     Hp  SECHELT AUTO CLINIC  885-5311  'C-'tT    ,-/.  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  886-2525  WE HAVE A COMPLETE  SELECTION-OFA,WOOL  &     ,  CRAFT  SUPPLIES  -  ^CALL'S: _.���,���  PATTERNS,  SEWING  NOTIONS &  JJWELRY__  ������'���Vi-*,, iv.'S's-'.itpij' ^pf"*���p'7���"���'   '  FAMILY  FASHIONS  Ladks, M��n'�� 4  Childr.n'* W��ar  8834315  MADEIRA PARK ,  PENDER  HARBOUR  50% OFF  ON ALL PLANTS  ,    CASH SALES  "1185-9455  SECHELT  T tlftfijanmgtfiar  .......  * ,��������,.. ,�����,  For your"  computer  n����ds  879'5  m\W  J        WaMmmW  tH-Www ���  t-��*  NEW T.V,  ARRIVALS,  HARBOUR SUPPLIES      883*2fll3  W   'i  \  H><st)��(mH'"��ti*i't|��'����i|.ww(*ii  '^vfc.h", l.'V*w*-Uilwij,"  "���r~^>i.  ���VW  ^AIRTIGHT HEATERS  Slxe        ieM        20"      ,  22"        ,24''        26"  Cost   $18.88  $20.8(*$25.38   $26.00 $34.98  "have a       Secttelt Building  wwrttfttArt* m W IC*W mm    jr\.,.,fA^Mt*>ltnaiiiai^miiaiiJ^ ���   "-'  SNUG     J 7      wllfflPliC" MHi-  ''.','" ���WINT^',i|' ffTtf  WF*-  SMMaMMMM  iMI  JSSm\   -rrrPpach-^IVee���" ���   "'   '.'For Sortiaon* Spaclal"  W* tan order 0<)lD Items A |ewelry  Af.lp ��� PA8HION JBWBLRV  :^0m^^mx ���  for your appt call  ses-stm  \jy:  } ;i  . ^,�����.^,���.��  . m i      ����� H        '(  ���*       '*.       m^r     ' ,      ,    I , , t, ,,.,., I I   ,     , , Hi   I, ,      . | ��,   .    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'       ���'/                             ���  ;    .                    ������  ���������/'���  ���                    ��  ���    ���  A A\  7  J           ��� ���  ���X-.  ��� :....a  ���      to          ���  -*-���" '     "'-  ' ' \    '.-.'���  '   ' '           _ '"���  i  r;.                              ��  ^  ,    '   ���  ���1  j  '���4  Volunteer helpline  PageC-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 25,1OT8  Callers needed for Telephone Tree service  Many residents are currently volunteering valuable hours of their time and  skills to improve the quality of life here on  the Sunshine Coast. Frank West^treasurer  of the Sunshine Coast Community  Resource Society, is one of these voluh-  teers. He donates a minimum of two days  ' each week while he takes care of the  financial asffects of the many projects  ! " sponsored by the Society for the benefit of  the"whole conunuhitj-v '~ "  Have you a few hours which you could  volunteer? The amount bf time which you  donate is up to you. iysn't necessary to  volunteer whole days! Some positions  ^ require a regular commitment each week  - (e.g. two hours each Tuesday) and others  are strictly on an on call basis.  Listed below are some" of the volunteer  opportunities currently available. If you  have inquiries about these positions or  want further information about yolun-  - teering in the community, please contact  the Volunteer Bureau at 885-3821.  Handicapped and Senior.oServices  needs personnel for the Telephone Tree.  Elderly people living alone are phoned  ��� daily;./The weekfend calls can be made  from thevolunteer's home; the, week day  calls are usually made from the Senior  Services office in Gibsons, but a person  could  make  those  calls  from  home,,  Phoners, must enjoy listening and must  have an awareness of the needs of others.  Time required: 2% hours per morning.  Many phoners can share this task^  Drivers are urgently needed to trari-  *   sport people to Adult Day Care in Gibsons.  Clients would be taken to the Kin Hut  .  between 9:30 and 10 a.m. and returned  home about 2:30. Drivers could do one or  two shifts on Tuesdays and Thursdays;  Volunteers are needed to share their  knowledge of different crafts and creative  involvements, such as macrame, painting,  weaving, drawing. Several groups who  have requested assistance in this area are  the schools in Sechelt and Pender Harbour, Adult Day Care, and the Association  for Retarded Children. The time would  vary according to what you felt you could  give. ' * ,    ,  Volunteer drivers are needed in all  areas of the Sunshine Coast to drive people  without means of transportation to  medical appointments. Drivers would only  be called occasionally.  Someone is needed in the Francis  Peninsula area to assist a partially  disabled person in exercising and keeping  fit. Time suggested: three times per week.  Many elderly and disabled < people  spend many hours alone. People are  needed to share settle time with these shut- <.  ins. Activities could include card games,  ^drives,: or just shared conversation.  People must have a genuine interest in  listening to others. ~~  Volunteers are needed to help update  the Directory  of Services  which the*  Resource Society published. The phoning  and-or" typing could' be. done, from a  volunteer's home.  Elderly, seniors need help washing  windows and working in their yards. These  seniors would not be able tp pay for these  services and thus the chores would remain -  undone. Time required: as much as you  cari donate.  Adults are needed to help supervise  teen activities for activity nights in Wilson  Creek, Roberts Creek and in Sechelt. One  must enjoy spending time with teenagers.  Time required: would vary according!to  ttie activity..������__���-:- ���-   -  "If theVoiunteer Bureau can helpybii, .-  please call 885-3821 between 8 a.m. and 4  , p.m.  DCK 1970  AM/FM SOLID STATE STEREO RECEIVER  Total  music  power of 40W  (IHF)  -  delivers 2x15 watts RAAS continuous  power. Less than 0.8% total'harmonic  distortion.  TP   535   STEREO   TURNTABLE   WITH  AUTOMATIC RETURN  Belt drive, 4-pole synchronous motor.  Wo\V and  flutter  less  than   0.08%.  Static balanced tone arm and cueing  device.  AD 3020 2-WAY SPEAKER SYSTEM  2-way air suspension speakers with 8"  high compliance woofer and 3" cone  PRICE CUTTERS  "On The Spot Financing"  X  tweeter  UNBEATABLE SPECIAL  $399  00  KERN ELECTRONICS  Authorized SANYO Dealer  886-9733  CARPETS-TVs-CABINETS  APPLIANCES - LINO - STEREOS  FURNITURE  NEW: Floor & Table Lamps  CUSTOM BUILT CABINETS  WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD  ON QUALITY MERCHANDISE  They don't coll us the  Price Cutters  for nothing  toll  froo  922-2017  SEAVIEW PLACE, GIBSONS  ��^^    mm  ����i  m- Sa  o 3!p  CASA CARPETS  886-2417  p .��-  7\V  FRANK WEST, treasurer- of the  Sunshine Coast Community Resource  Society, donates his time to oversee  the organization's finances.  REDEEM YOUR DUNCAN HINES COOKIE MIX  ~\/r  AT SHOP-EASY  Califof^iia Choice  ORANGES  138$  V __..,__   4 Ibs.  B.C. Green  CABBAGE 17��  Idaho  POTATOES  $149  20 lb. bag     *  BROCCOLI 49  Ib.  Detergent Powder  UDE^ikgTT  -J-  v PINES0L CLEANSER 28ox     $1.79  > ? 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X1.25  GRAPE JUICE 40.,  1.39  WITH A NEW  Froxen  White  WESTCL0X  $149  BREAD DOUGH ^ 5.X  Vanilla  slices  3 fir  C   JAP0NAISE  FANCIES   3 tor  :'frt\....'-. v  FROM  GIBSONS  WESTERN DRUG MART  FltOZEN FOODS  Sunspun  ORANGE JUICE  T  12 1/2 ox,  Rupert  r iDnuHiiLo 12 ox   llll , ll  hi n 11 X '��� V ; ''iv'"' k  TIMEPIECES THIS WEEK  Over 100 watches  to choose from  WESTERN  Rupert  FISHSTICKS  Rupert  pepau     .  r til VII flip 'n fry...  '7'7ySy_  Cod, Box, X.,,,,,,,  ���  ���  1  ��� *  XX  PORK LOIN  Frosh  1*111*  IIM  ��*��***i*  GROUND  BEEF   Fresh, Regular  PORK  SPARERIBS"-��  .lb.  Styh  yTXm.  $189  ib. JL  ��� ,'   nt.ytr  1 rffpfn  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-7213  '���'^A.^..m.-^^.tiiX,  Pjit**  ^_^^_^ __, fm*gi  rBAll BAY CENTRE, SECHELTi  Pi ir i>>, goorl Irom  _______l.__m____________mYm        *    , W^W_____I____J��� ^_^_^_^m_W_J_^_m_^JU* jv ,    .  Phono 885-2075  085 9823, Dakoiy  8859812, Mont Dop't.  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