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 ;��� ���/.-  / .������'  -^  -^-  Roll of Honour remembers Sechelt soldiers  By HELEN DAWE  One of Sechelt's heritage documents,  donated to the people of the community  after the First World War, has a home now  in the Legion on Wharf Aver Itrisa Roll of  Honour prepared by Mrs. Martha Beatrice  Baylis, born "Mattie" Nickson. She  illuminated her scroll with gold, framed it,  and had it hung near the Post Office  =^tioff1iff3eit=Wl^aKef,s'fourth~general=  store, which he built in 1915-1916 on the  Boulevard immediately west of Wharf  Ave. Portions of the concrete foundation  there are "still visiReralthbuglTthey may-  soon disappear if the large Plaza project  now before Sechelt Council materializes.  The Roll of Honour includes the names  of 19 men who lived in the area from  Sargeant Bay to Selma Park, and who  served overseas during the "Great" War.  Two were killed in action. Other names  have been omitted for some unknown  reason, those of such well-known  Sechelters as Joe Martin, Stan Delong,  Fred Carson and Jack Haslett, all of whom  were here by 1915 or earlier.  Supt. of Vancouver Water Works in 1888.  He installed the first pipes under First  Narrows. Mrs.. Jane Nickson participated  in the work because the water pressure  guage was in her house on Melville St.  When the indicator needle dropped she  telephoned the waterworks and they sent  men out at once "to effect repairs. ,'"  -The   Nickson   boys   had   in   their  Canada's   Vancouver   Island   area  telecommunications. .   _   s  * There is a cross on the Roll of Honour  beside the name of J.R. Nickson, indicating that he was killed in action. This  sixth child of J.J. and Jane Nickson1 bore;  the forenames John Reginald, but he was  always known as "Rex" and the family  home was named in his honour. He owned  Honour because although he had a  distinguished military career he did not  live in Sechelt at the time war broke out.  This was Major Thos. Douglas Sutherland,  D.S.O. M.C, etc., Imperial Army. After  the First War he and his brother visited  their uncle, a tea planter in Ceylon. On  their circuitous way home to the Orkney  Islands the two young men found themselves in 1919 wandering on the beach at  Sechelt. Here they encountered Jessie  ���See Page A-6  _/possessiorri^SecTTSt~^beU~wKIcfiTlalpfir  i had purloined from the wreck of the  famous old steamer Beaver, stranded in  J?irst Narrows in 1888LOne story says the  boys used the" bell for target practice and  another version says it was used to  summon them to dinner. Jane Nickson  turned the bell over to the Merchants  Exchange in Vancouver and it is now in  the Maritime Museum in Vanier Park.  J.J. Nickson died in Sechelt in 1912. His  widow continued to reside at "Rexwood",  her home on the waterfront in West  Sechelt, until she died in 1951 aged almost  96. The last of her children to live in  Sechelt was R. Harold Nickson, who died  at Rexwood in 1976. Her eldest son, Ralph,  ^"Theiand'on^hicirRexwoMwasbuiltTBist;"  Lot 1384. Rex applied to pre-empt these 141  acres in 1912 and received his Crown Grant  in Nov. 1914. In 1978 the tract was logged  " off "following its sakrafter the death ot  Harold Nickson. This is the la$d just east  of the lower end of the Norwest Bay Road.  x You can see the new holes in the green belt  as you drive along the Sunshine Coast  Highway.  Rex went overseas in 1915 with the 2nd  Canadian Mounted Rifles arid afterwards  became a pilot in the Royal Flying Corps?  He died in England on Jan. 2,1918 white  training an American airman to use a  Bristol Fighter aeroplane. Rex was unmarried.  Space prohibits identifying each of  these local servicemen, so I shall cpnfine  myself to the Nickson family and its  connections.  John Joseph Nickson and his wife Jane  with several of their eight children arrived  to live in Sechelt about 1905. He was  prominent in building-the E & N Railway  and in constructing the Victoria Water  Works system before he iwas appointed  operated Sechelt Granit Quarries Ltd. and  her daughter Mattie prepared the Roll of  Honour.  E.S. Baylis, the second serviceman on  the list, was Mattie's husband. He became  City Clerk in North Vancouver and died in  Victoria in 195T, leaving two sons, John  and Denbigh. Both boys were familiar  with Sechelt in their youth and Denbigh  Baylis became manager of Transport  Another Nickson connection included  on the Roll of Honour is Gerald M. Paddon,  a Newfoundlander. His brother, Arthur  Follett Paddon, married Edith Hilda  Charlotte Nickson, fourth child of J.J. and  Jane. Prior to the war Gerald was well-  known in Sechelt, where he is depicted in  the accompanying 1911 photograph.  The. name of a further Nickson connection does not appear mi the Roll of  WAITING FOR THE mail at Sechelt  in 1911. Rena Nickson (later Mrs.  T.U, Sutherland) on pony. Her  brother-in-law, Gerald Paddon,  seated on verandah. Little girl a  member of the Marpole" family for  whom a district in Vancouver is  named. Building' contained Whit-  aker's third general store and post  office on main floor with two upper  floors comprising an annex'to Ifrst  hotel. During- the 1914-18 war this  structure was converted Into the  second hotel, located where the oil  tank farm is now.  2nd Class Mail  Registration No   1142  3E3IINSULA  Serving the Sunshine Coast. (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including. Port Mellon.. Hopkins Landing   Granthoms Landing   Gibsons^ Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Seltna Pork   Sechelt   Halfmoon Boy   Secret Cove   Pender Hib    Madeira-Pork   Garden Bay   Irvines Landing   Earls Cove.  Cgmont  Union {r't?tm'��S'j  ^rvamrtm  iK?~Sr Label  AAftGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 49  22 Pages ��� 20c Copy  (���cna     Wednesday, November 8,1978  After three years spent preparing the  Regional District's. 12-project recreation  ���^f  Sechelt mine announcement premature  Reported   plans  dolomite deposit in  to.' mine   a   large  Sechelt' Inlet were  slightly premature, developer Rudy ftiepe  of Stoney Plains Industries said Friday.  The 14-man strip mining operation is  not due to be in full production until 1930 he  said, and until then he'd like people' td  stand back and "don't get in my way/'  Riepe, a Vancouver steel manufacturer  and geologist, told the Times in October  that1 construction m A\ pri?*"??od   ^  miJHon   dolomite   mine   Ac?,- fertiUar-*  processing plant would begin next spring.  Initially the rriine is expected to  produce 50,000 tons of dolomite annually  and escalate tp a/peak production of two  Riepe said the production figures were  sound estimates, but would not comment  on speculation that a deposit that large  would be as big as Mount Richardson.  Local resident Graham Boyd told the  Times from his gravel-crushing experience a deposite that large "could be  seen from a satellite, I'm not kidding  you."  "We'll leave that to the experts " Riepe  said. '-The1 site is the logical -Suction  . rfMM^j$<^pj^ -soon  Rifepe said that he's, been 'worHEnf^on  the project since 1969 but received (little  government co^opd?atioiiTffitUTe5OTt^  While portions of his plans have been  given the official go-ahead he is -still  waiting Environmental Protection Service  and Federal Fisheries. Department approval of his plans to build a barge landing  site in Sechelt Inlet.  EPS spokesman Dr. Mclntyre said, an  inspection team Would be, sent to the site  million tons after live years.  V  sula is very interesting geologically. It's  never been, mapped by ariy department  provincial or federal, only the shoreline. ���  , The backlands (where the mine site is)  , never."  Regional district planners haye also not  received official notification Ifrom, the  provincial government regarding the  project.  Riepe, who says he is backing himself,.  has applied for federal funding, but said he  is not hinging his development on receipt  of the funds..  So far the only government contribution toward the mine is a $10,000  provincial grant toward construction of a  $300,000 access road.  "It's not very much," he said "but what  am I supposed to do, refuse it?"  Riepe, said he was surprised at  suspicious public reaction and rumours  that he was a promoter.  "I don't want to compete with anyone,  argue with them, discuss this with them. I -  don't want any public funds... so please  don't get in my way," he said at one point.  However, he did say he needed public  co-operation to combat safety and security ,  problems on his claim. He says tools and 'h  dynamite are missing from the.property,.,  arid-he would like it to stop.  Riepe also clarified reports that he  planned to trubk his product from Tillicum  Bay to Vancouver. He said water transportation was by, far the most  ecwioracal, and Uiat^swhat he pns"to~  use. ��� " .''   '      , , >'-.  Riepe's claim inclucfes several Special  use permits on crown forestry land in  Sechelt Inlet as well ris water lot leases.  Seniors home  on again  the on-again off-agaln plans to build an  addition to the senior' citizens home at  Ocean and Dolphin Ave, now arc ln full  swing. ., ,  The 15 unit singles addition to the  current 24 unit facility, which has been in,  the planning stages for five years, has  received provincial government approval;-  Yvetto Kent, vice president,of the Senior7,  Citizens Housing Society,- said Saturday:   ^'-"Subject"to financial"arrangements���'-  and receiving a suitable bid, the directors  are hoping for tho commenceiricnt of tho  building In tho reasonable noar future,"  spokesman Adclo de Longe told tho Times.  The project was approved, and then  nixed by Central Mortgage and Housing  Corporation. It was reinstated after tHo  architect, who had not been Informed of  tho cancellation put tho plans to tondor.  proposal, recreation committee members  have been ''slapped in the face" by a  Municipal Affairs^Announcement that the  package will riot- be allowed to go to  referendum November 18.  The Sunshine Coast Regional District  was contacted by the Ministry of  Municipal Affairs Thursday and told that  Municipal Affairs Minister Hugh Curtis  has decided not to allow the recreation  referendum to be presented to electors on  November 18.  Tom Moore, the executive director of  administrative   services   within   the  . ministry, told the Times Friday that  Curtis has postponed "consideration of the  * project until.the report from the Regional  , District RevieV Commission is released.  minister approves the recreation bylaw  following the release of the,review com-  Moore, however, said that it is not now  known when the report will be released.  Thejcommission has been accepting briefs  from individuals and organizations  throughout the province and it is expected  thatthe! reportwiU determine the eventual  fate ^regional ^districts in B.C.   ',  Moore said release of the report will not  mean 'approval of the recreation  referendum,, but "consideration" of approval^ V^Ther^S_a difference," said  MobveAyx' ,'    ~."~ y:     :  ; " ���  SCRD Board Chairman Harry Almond  said the. minister's decision has left the  recreation proposal "up in the air", and he  is worried that if a decision is not made  soon the funds provided for the package  will not be adequate.  "It's (the Regional District Review  Commission) got all of us puzzled," said  Almond^ "Some would.like to see us wiped  out, but, it would be.too bigj a problem for  the province, '^ .. ���V  "In any evpht some one will have to  deal with the problem of providing  recreation facilities."  .  Almond said it Is possible that if the  mission report, the project could go to  referendum yet. y~i..   .'  ���  "Whatever anyone else feels-about the  project; the committee has put long hard  hours into this thing," said Almond, "and  they did it for the community -^ they didn't  -get a thing outof it ��� just slapped in the-  face and told thatit can't go any further."  "I'd really like to give them thanks for  their work," he said. "I'm very pleased  and very grateful."  ' Recreation Committee Chairman Dick  Derby tolcl the Times that committee  members are disappointed with the  minister's decision to halt the referendum.  . & .     -.-.������ -,.- ���������  *���    "They are disappointed, but they'fp  living in hope that the thing, will"carry on  and' will go to refereM^Iatw~OT7"~said~  Derby.  Derby said the committee will just  "hang oh" until the report is released and  Municipal Affairs decides what it is going  to idpjwith regional districts.  "Meriit^h^ todpaway  with them, but I dp wish they would make  up their minds," said Derby.  "The longer they put this off, the more  it's going to cost us."  ���������-~A11 meetings scheduled in connection  with the referendum have been cancelled.  Times closed  November 11  The Times office will be closed  November 11 in observance of Remembrance Day.  All ads and news copy must be in to the  Times by 5 p.m. November 10 to make the  deadline for the November 15 paper.  The Times will resume normal  operations Tuesday, November 14.  Harper donates land  for spawning park  Plans to'preservo a sipnll aren of land  surrounding Anderson Creek as a public  park wore approved by the 'regional  district at^ts October 20 meeting.  The board agreed to tako title to approximately Seven acros of land donated  JKcnt,,^  then decided to approve tho project,, hnd  tenders ah due lator thjls month,  I^ast Wednesday, Secholt couikjU In*  structed dork Tdm Wood to prepare a  bylaw exempting the property from  taxation for one yoar, In rosponco to ��  CIVtyiC query,   .   '  Kept said tho socloty has raided ond  third Ihe projected coat of the project, and  hppos tho government will match that  amount, Tho society plans to borrow the  final portion, '  ftent sold wl>on the addition was  'planned thorp was a despcratfc "shortage of  accomodation for tho elderly,     ;  . However, slnco tho project has taken so  long tp materialize, tho waiting lints have  ..'.dwindled., ���, ,:,.���..��� .,..��_���,.,.,���,.....,,,..��� 1 ,.,,..,.,, ,  A: Any senior citizen eligible for low-cost  if using arid wishing to have accomodation  whon thb building ls ready for occupancy,  sbojuld phono Mjiry Walker at flOO-9347 pr;.  Wilf Harper for n salmon spawning park,  Harper hopes tho park will eventually be  named .John Daly Memorial Park, for his  friend nnd Instigator, of rehabilitation  work on Anderson Creek. Daly died last  winter.  Harper and Daly protected tho crock  for spawning chum and coho salmon for  ycsnrs, and along with* many Pender  Harbour residents wlqbcd to see tho area  permanently preserved.  Thp laud Is currently hold In the  Agricultural Lund Reserve and the park  will protect It from fiituro developments,  said Harper. "I just wanted to Imvo a llttlo  piece qt land preserved for tho public,"  Approximately 16,000 salmon spawns In  subsequently $0,800 was provided to build  nn extra channel and strnlghten somo of  the dyking.  Community Interest In tho project Is  high, and ns part of tho public participation Wendy Skapskl's Grade 7 class  atMucfclra, Park RlpmcriU\ry nrp,t��\klng  part In a salmonid enhancement project  using Anderson Creek chums.  In conjunction with the Pender Harbour High School Outdoor Cluli mut tne  Federal i^fshcrles Department, the  studonjjwillt an olght-foot Incubation box  on Klein Creek near tho high school,  liost Monday tho class helped fisheries  officers take eggs from 50 chum spawnera,  watorNhordened them and placed them  under layers of gravel In the Incubation  Ijox,        I  , Tho closA will maintain the area around  tho box nnd mark progress of tho eggs  until tho fry emerge next February.  In.addition, a Canada Works Grant of,  $15,000 to oiflploy five people was op-  W  tlio crook annually, However, tho crock Is   proved,to cofl^lcto work on the park,  subject to flooding, and rehabilitation Tho nbwly-fon(nlng, Pondor Harbour  work Is required to channcl,th�� creek and WlldJlfeAssoclatloh will maintain tho park  also to extend tho spawning bods for Tho rind ndriilnllittr tho grant. Tho society la  salmon, ho im��ld.   ,  ,, holding Its first organizational mppMuH ,.���?���  application form. t : ���_J5F��V.HJLI? .^Vercek since 1947, dyked   School J  GRADE  SEVEN  students  frojn  Incubation bpx on KJoln Crook, With   tlclpatlng  Madeira' fyirk Elementary students  wash flrnyel for uso In tho class' churn  tho   aid   of   Federal   Flshoriofl  technicians, the students aro j par-  Salmonid Enhancement project us part of tliqjlr  science program this yoar,  AppH^Uoris'sliould bo coffiplotod by  November 17 for consideration by, tho  admissions committeo, ,  " Ono sulto In tho addition Is equipped to  accommodate a hnndlcnppca poison:  ;  portions of It In 1074 arid 1070 wllli tho  assistance of volunteers and local UFAWU  members, ,.   ,"  . "  This year Federal Fisheries Minister  Romeo I^Bluno visited tli^o site,' and  '   ��� ��� V ���.,  All Interested pooplo are Invited to  attend."; ; *""", "A *"   '"'"""  ~  Work on tho park will begin Novoml>or  15 and will include construction of viewing  areas, trails and two small suspension  brldg*fl1'"�� w ' il.,U..*;i.m.\-.,.'m.A..::-J,.m.. '���:...,:.���;..::.,: .-  /p �� .  ,S^��^'*��!7*tl*rSs'!jJH ip**��5WKft;#ailt��j^ JWWJ^ftys^u^JB^^f^*^#S��(*��'  '*#^wi��4)  :.mmm^w^mtmwmmmwm*i^  >*-WK*1"flf��   ��V��<l^i��*^ �� ^M�� ���^*JH***,JW'''<^T>SW����|t''('''t I  .)U  ��>*  BWrtB. ��^$n<*.��mt*we&p^fflrf.#Wfi~����>M .,  *VM��i��^��i��in��w^>w^^��>��*l^'ji*l  <*>,W,-3��f^^.W*'tep^fl^>.f-i-  V-l.  ���41  .' /  ����,  , *�����'"  vi ,  ���k:  1,  jf :"\  ���'\  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 8, 1978  Tern Brandmueller, Editor  EDITORIALS  'A tree pass is the unsleeping guardian oj  i\try otlur rtght that free men prize  ��� Winston Chun hill  Pay=tt]^���^  '<  Looking back at the. history' of the  Regional District's ill-fated  recreation referendum plans, it might  be said that the project was doomed  from the start.  The headlines are revealing: A  shakey start for recreation plan  (July, 1977), Tempers flare over  recreation plans (July, 1977),  Directors trim recreation plan  (August, 1977), Recreation plan-te off  ballot (November, 1977), Recreation  plan runs into another problem  (March, 1978), .Recreation chairman  fears referendum" failure (September, 1978), Gibsons to campaign  against referendum (October, 1978),  Angry voices at recreation nearing  (October, 1978) and now in November  of 1978 we could easily run last  November's headlines.  But probably the Headline should  read: Sunshine Coast residents don't  want recreation'facilities.  We know they don't want to pay for  them. We know they don't want them  unless the facility is in their own way.  _.We know they_.don!t_want them if-it  means they will have to subsidize  recreation for their neighbours up^the  peninsula. We know they don't want  mile area with the tax base generated  by a relatively small community. The  committee did as good a job as  possible under the circumstances.  But in the end, it wasn't good  enough because somebody had to pay  for it.  It was always clear to the committee? that some areas would be  subsidizing others, but members  generally felt that the entire' peninsula would benefit from the plan.  What they didn't bargain for was  that the same people who were once  willing to wait three hours in a ferry  line-up to come to the beautiful  Sunshine Coast for the weekend,  would suddenly balk at having to  make a 20-minute drive to a neighbouring community to play hockey  once they became permanent  residents.  Maybe there is still a little bit of ���  guilt left over from the Victorian era.  that prevents people from wanting to  spend money on things that give them  pleasure. ^  _ t Certainly Sunshine Coast residents  ddft't begrudge Sechelt-because-the-  hospital is there.~Or-~do we~need~a~  *hospitarST6very community too?  The decision by Municipal Affairs  r\  Library says thanks  Editor, The Times:    '  The Sechelt Centennial Library per-  ' sonnel wish to express very sincere thanks  to the Sechelt Kinsmen organization for  the most welcome support they have given  to the Library. The generous donation  which they presented will help to purchase  new stacks for pocket books, and they  have supplied a long-expressed wish "by  borrowers for a "Drop In Box" for use out  West, This Living Earth,-Lost Cities of  Asia, Treasures of Ancient Mexico: also  some gardening" books with fine  illustrations, a few craft books together  with a number'of biographies: Vivien  Leigh, The Rockerfellers and Albert  Einstein. Sternwheelers and  Sidewheelers, and Men Who Dared the Sea  should 'also be of iipferest to boating enthusiasts. The village grant" has helped  with these and others recently purchased.  of Library hours. The  Sechelt Office  ^emcephas^ndly^llotted^paceJQi^is==A=new=  box to be placed in their store. This   available.  community service will be appreciated by  many, as well as those directly affected ���  the librarian.  New books just put into circulation  include some fine pictorial publications:  Ireland���A Terrible Beauty, Rivers of the  The Library Membership;fee is only $2  per family per year: How about joining/  Sechelt Kinsmen ��� thank you again.  Adele de Lange  Sechelt Library.  ���%.-J  Candidates meet Nov, 18  tiremdtit-roeans^ecerwffl^ -"  inf> ' timp    fnr    hnnlrov    nlnvorc    anH      .cu 1 mi _��� n .' um  ^^*   >*��.  ice' time  curlers  for hockey players and  of the plan will give us all a little more  jameJaJhink aboutjeeagationjaeeds.  f ���  The recreation committee has  spent tliree years devising, a good  plan. It was a tough job tyring to  please 15,000 people spread over a 50-  on the peninsula.  If we decide there is a need, we'll  have to help each other out ��� with  money.  Small talk  v��  Don't pinch the pumpkins  /?���. -��� '..,.���  V   By He6 Schwa rtz  . -    ���   -x ���>. ��  My name is Ned Schwartz, but I don't  suppose that means much to'you. Maybe  you saw the picture of me and my pumpkin  in this newspaper recently. You know that  really burned me up. Newspaper reporters  are always looking for the big story, and  this time was .no exception. How  ridiculous. I mean, whoever heard of* a  two-ton pumpkin? ,'    .  Let's'be frank with each other. I am iVi  inphes tall and you are not. Obviously we  are going to see things differently.  But I'll tell you something. You can tell  a lot from the expresslorron:arperson's���  ���ankles: And if you wantte know which way  somebody's" really going, watch his feet.  Small people are not powerless.  People with narrow perspectives and -  lowered horizons are in key positions of  influence in this very community and ���  I'm not trying to frighten you'��� will not  shrink from the difficult tasks ahead.  The history books tend to Ignore it, but  people with small minds have made this  .country what it is today.  "Just"the other week one of my small-  minded friends said to me, "Ned, you are a  person of small substance and little worth.  Why don't you run for the regional board  so people can have a representative who  really understands their petty problems?"  , Well, I thought tho flatter over briefly.  It's true 1 could likely "have mado short  shrift of tliat Area B candidate under the   Slogan !'Bptter,Ned TlianJEd*',,.l4k0,wJs.O.Jn.  Roberts Creek, I have the Impression that  there are many voters who would profor a  short-sighted nut to a hairy almond.  But, no, I nm a simple pumpkin farmer,  not a politician,    * 7 ���  A politician Is someone like' Al Lloyd,  who last week was assured of Peter  Prescesky's1 school board seat whon no one  chose to run against him. Al wos a leader  of the parents' group which raised a  ruckus about administrative prbecdurds  ut Pender Secondary recently,  i Teacher accountability, disciplinary  guidelines,and all that nre proper matters  for school board concert, ond It conld be  tho board lot tho Pender situation drift too  long. But>Al also lms some strong Ideas  about wliut touchers do in their private  lives, and that makes me a little nervous.  ThePen'Wsula^w^j  Published WihIihwIuvn ill Syolidi  on H.C/s Sunshlno C'onsl  by   ,  Tliu l-VniiiMilii Times   i'or Wi!NlprosI,iiIillt'iillons'I,((l;  ul Seuluilt, 11,'C.  HoxJU) ���,Soi��|ll?llylU\  fr;;:l";v,WA,!..:pp.:p 7  , \  Phone foft:.Ull  y"  lo5j),i��)rTiuis,.^iil,"  Siihscilplloii KiiUjni (lii'itdvuiu'u)  l,.ocii|, ,W pur your, Itoyoml .15 miles, %H  U,.S,A���'*I0, OyW'iihSII,  Editor, The Times:  The.:'.'��� Elphinstone Student Research  Productions will be hosting ~and yideo-  tapingJin All-Candidates riieetirig- for the  residents of the Gibsons Village and Area  F. The meeting will be held on Monday,  November the 13th at 7:30 p.m. in the  Elphinstone cafeteria.  This meeting will give the public the  chance to hear and question the views of  our local candidates who are running for  the November 18th election.  -T, Incumbents    Alderman    Lorraine  Goddard and Ted Hume will be present  and also Keith Evans and Richard Fit-  chett. David Leslie and David Hunter who  are running for directors of Area F will  also be on hand. . Kim Anderson  Elphinstone Student  - Research Productions."  INFO/HEALTH  Unnecessary tests  ##  W7  _��4j* The term "defensive mMi<��ieil-eoa*-^^  *^ures=ap-a=vision-of'a cofps;M^hylfeians~TRis opuiforfis reachedwitFthe-advantage  surrounding the hospital with hypodermic  needles unsheathed. This, of course, is not  of hindsight, when more information than  the doctor originally had is available. If an  the meaning of the term at all  The practising of defensive medicine  by doctors is the result of the great increase in malpractice litigation in the  United States and, to a lesser extent, in  this   country.   It  derives   from   thp  ���E^OTM>IfirrTri^^  conveyed its solemn message to this       Doctors have been chastised,  and  local youngster as he climbed the   worse, in court, for failing to do a certain  tims of two world wars and the  Korean conflict was unveiled  Saturday at a ceremony at Cenotaph  steps.  READER'S RIGHT  ;"- Now, what do I know about bringing in  a crop of good teachers? Not much. But if  it's like pumpkins, I know you need a  fertile soil that doesn't pack too tightly.  Pumpkins are tender plants; You have to  give them a lot of room to grow; don't  crowd them too much. They also need  protection ; from pests like slugs and  striped beetles.  It seems that the school board  has been following sound agricultural  practice in most of their past dealings with  ^.teachers, and I'vegot no reason to think.  . they're going to start pulling up healthy  plants. '>.'��� '   .  Still, it's something we small people  have to keep an eye on. That so^alled  expert |n Victoria can't tell a cauliflower  from a sweet potato-near as I can figure,  and it wouldn't be a good thing If folks  hereabouts started following his lead in  these matters."  There's always people who don't know  a thing about it coming around to say  you're not going to have healthy pumpkins  unless you do this or that or,somfyother.  Well, what I always tell these people Is  pumpkins do best when you don't bother  them too much, They do just fine If you  plant them in among the corn, but you sure  'got problems trying to mako them 'climb a  trellis,  Lasqueti Islanders  will still fight Hydro  Editjff/The Times:  B/er Hydro has now released its consultants route selection study for the 500  KV Cheekye to Dunsmuir Transmission  Lir^. The report by Beak Consultants does  not n^w include Lasqueti Island as its  preferred-corridor.���Until recently���B.C. -  Hydro has stated that the ' preferred  corridor would include a Lasqueti Island  crossing. Examination of the report will.  show that only the relative weighing of five  possible routes has been changed. This  decision is based on a recent technical  decision that underwater splices are  loa.sible, In the absence of a secure underwater splice, lasqueti would once  again become the preferred corridor.  Hydro's apparent decision lias only  changed the.actual battle lines. Our fight  has become someone else's fight only In  that overt action will take .place in  someone else's back yard. However,'all  B.C. is our back yard.  Tho steering committee will continue  to:  Support communities on Vancouver  every  minute on Coast?  Editor, The Tlme,s:  I was unahlo to attpnd tho October 25  recreation meeting In Gibsons but would  nevertheless like to.:; tuko thistlmi} to_ ox-_  ���p'pgj^^  My main concern Is with tho labeling of'  Aren 'F' residents ns parochial and  separatists In nature'; no doubt duo to our  objections to priy'llng two mills 'minimum  for facllltlos for Which wo nro prosently  paying Ms of a mill.   ,  If It Is parochial to object to my tax  dollars helping to pay for a swimming pool  In Pender Horbour which my family will  never use, aud to holp ball out an 111-  icoucelVMl, poorly located, privately  financed curling rlnk and, arena near  Secholt; then I plead guilty.  If  wo  aro separatists  because  wo  i question paying for a playing field In tho  Hpdrooffs jrea jrhcoour,,owri ,ch|ldrcri  don't hnvo a playground within walking  dlstnnco, then "Vlvh la Area 'F' Libre".  liavo voted similarly, as that rccrcotlon  package had no relevance to tliat com-  munlty.     '  <jThis brings us to���tho;pbtlous conclusion,^  that peoplo should only bo asked to pay for  those facilities which arc relevant to them.  Aron A and B should co-opcroto on tho  building and'maintaining, of their pool.  Areas, C,D,I��J,F, Gibsons nnd Sechelt  should combine tholr resources and  construct nn Arena at Roberts Creek.  Po present arena should continue to bo  managed by the curlers and dolxinturo  holders who built It, to do with ns they  . ^sh. , .   ".  Pulp mill taxes should bo distributed  among the area's, tiiklng Int^o consideration  whore mill employees llvo.     ��� ,  ,  Ucal projects should bo financed by,  ���tho     community     concerned,     l.o/  Playgrounds, community hallaroto.  In closing I urge tho Jteglonnl Board to  island, Texada Island and the mainland to...  oppose construction of ,the line;���������-���--,;  ��� Press for a moratorium on this and all  other energy projects until a comprehensive B.C. Energy Policy is formulated.  ��� Present our views on Hydro's -lack oF  public accountability to such bodies as the  Committeo on Crown Corporations.  ��� Participate in the B.C. Energy  Coalition., -  The steering committee still feels that  the line is totally unnecessary and will  adversely affect the economy of Vancouver Island. B.C. Hydro is not dealing  realistically with Vancouver Island power  needs. The authority approaches this issue  from the wrong point of view, one which  maximizes projected energy demand and  consumption without seriously considering significant conservation or  alternate, energy programs.  We aYfetflso concerned that B.C. Hydro  is considering a Vancouver Island nuclear  energy plant which will need their transmission lines to supply energy to the  mainland.  In short, we arc still riot convinced of  tho need ,for tho lino or that a Lusqucti  Island route has boon rojected.  ,  Kevin Monahan  Michael Humphries  Michael Huguonord  liquet! Island.  test, or by "neglecting" to obtain an x-ray  or body organ scan. Obviously with the  thousands of tests available it is simple for  an opposing lawyer to ask why certain  ones were not ordered in a particular case.  Th6 uSJJal reason that a test was not ordered i^l^t Ihe doctor did riot feel that it  was necessary. ;; ;:"  If a diagnosis cah'. almost always be  made using a few, or perhaps no tests, it is  clearly  superfluous  to   order  more  routinely. The fancier tests can be used in  the   more   difficult, - cases ......when   the  diagnosis is. Obscure.  Occasionally, and it really is quite a  rare occurrence, a test or x-ray is not  unfortunate outcome" ensues, the doctor  may find himself in court and in trouble.  It is to protect himself from -the accusation Jthat "all possible tests were not  done " that physic ians I >ractise defensively.  Large, sometimes ridiculously large,  numbers of tests and other procedures are  orderethon patients-whorjrevrously-would-  have been successfully treated with little  or no lab work.  ���The doctor obtains a chart full of  negative results, but he cannot be faulted  for" "doing everything". He protects,  himself and may even enlarge his practice  because patients think he is so thorough.  ,-.    The losers are the taxpayers and the  jiremiumVpa^ers that keep the provincial  ^medical care plan going. Many of ttie tests  :are expeftsiye, and even the inexpensive  ones add up rapidly when they are ordered  in large numbers.  Money spent on tests ordered by doctors forced to~practise defensive medicine  could be put to much better use" in  providing needed medical equipment and  construction.  "^  r>  r^  Health unit lists  'deaths  Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit's annual  report for, ,1977, released last week,  describes smoking as "the most serious  public health problem with which we are  faced today",  In discussion of deaths during 1977 in  the area served by the health unit, the  report singles out cigarette smoking as the  major cause of "unacceptable" deaths ���  those "which liave every indication of  being caused by faults in personal and-or  social lifestyle".  The report records 302 deaths in the  health unit area in 1977, of which 90 are  defined as "'unacceptable". Of those, 29  are   attributed" to   causes   related,' to  was cancer ofher than lung cancer, accounting for 59 of the 206 deaths termed  acceptable. The second most prevalent  cause in that category was acute coronary  insufficiency not related to cigarette  smoking, which the report says accounted  for 41 deaths.  By age, the report notes 14 deaths of  persons under 25 years of age, 48 persons  between 25and 54, and 240 persons over 54.  The report expresses concern over the  suicide rate of 21.5 per 100,000 population  for the health unit area ��� which Includes  Pemberton,.Squamish, the Sunshine Coast  and Powell River ��� as opposed to 10.0 per  100,000 for B.C. That flgurc'/"givcs cause  cigarette smoking, Including lung cancer, for apprehension", especially because the  ���and "chronic obstructive pulmonary   figure has been Increasing.  T  disease" ���la1 term covering chronic  bronchus, asthma  or emphysema  or  combinations of thoso.  ,.   Othor "unacceptable" deaths resulted  from acute coronary Insufficiency (10);  'motor vehlclo accidents (14); other ac-  By sex, the report lists 201 deaths of  men and 101 deaths of women, with the  major discrepancy coming In tho 25 to 54  age group, among whom there wore 40  deaths recorded,' 34 of men and 14 Of  wojncn.  ''**$;���,  abandon its proposod referendum ond Is  Ilowovor,  purnllols   between^ our^m^co!*^'jd ��ttoinpt^*"4����H it to tho  behaviour In this referendum rind tho   voters, "'"'"*    '���*-"*7-  uctlona-oL-Arott*iAU4J'cnder, Harbour);  resi(iont�����,Ji},���tho;j(|72...ioforondu'nucan..i.  easily bo drawn, indeed, while In nil other  areas n majority of tho voters wero ln  favour of a Recreation Contro at Robert-  Creek, Area 'A* voters wore 00 per cont  against, Had 1 lived there ly/o\\U\ probably  HthlB recreation package U sold to the  public U would only reaffirm tlio wordsoL  P,T, Barnliam "There's 0 srtckor born  ovory nilnuto" -�� I only hopo thoy don't  llvo on tho Sunshlno Coast.  R.Qually  ,  Granthams landing,  er  remembered  Yeh, I remember Jack, perhaps  for 0 different reason, cortalnly from  a .different, timejlndplace.filled.wUh.  (liffcrerit pooplo. Ho was tlio father of  somo of my .friends, ho was ono of tho  pooplo who helped fill our lives before  peoplo bc^nn choosing tholr company  with a channel selector, it wus a time  when peprilo meant moro, when the  land -meruit moro, moro than just a  fljlor between whoro you aro and  whoro you wont to bo. I remember it  ;ns a fnignl, hard but good tlmo whon  pooplo'* greatest gift to ;oach other  , was humor,, niaybo. .tliat Is 1 why 1  remember Jack most for no matter  whnt his misfortune ho would always  sWBWfllanghnnd  -Ydttf I remember Jack, lie was Spcclai  and now that ho is gone thoso who  remembered him and shared his  liapplncss arc the losers, ��� Dcnpls  Gray.        ���       \  ctdents (14); sulpldo (10); ulcohol abuse. . .There Is no brcak-dow^of deaths by  (5); homicide (5); and drug or alcohol area within the health unit, so no figures  poisoning (!l). for Powell River specifically aro recorded  ���The major "ncceptable'^ause of death in the report.  OURANCE8TOR8  I  /  'Out I AM Ooldllocksl���to I dye my halrl  m '  4 <mt& .-* ju��4\4-v^J.   Ill JMl-1%,^ *rt <  ^lL  B(��li(sira��NW1l*;*^^^i''^^       ���4^����a*#iW[i*��it(M��w�� jtmiiimii^^ii^^ ^-n  J^>ymmi^^>i*'>'��'^*^M^^��r' Off v  U> I^W W% fld (~lii!(   Hi  itfisfc-w uJtBji*��f!j*tt*n^ilei��i- J3����tftwiSaH��^p(ifl ���  *,ii(Li��ft��S��*w��*��*>*>*iS*<*'*  ���/ , /��� *  ���������:    ' . xTi-.-r-  \'-y   7  ii    ii  ���  .    -ry': .      \  'i    .  II     ��� )���     ���  "     I  <g-  '"��,  ���&  The Grub Bag  Cold weather chicken  By Ann  c-  The seasons are changing. It's time to  start thinking about'piping hot suppers  that are well-equipped for cold weather  appetites.  OVEN CHICKEN AND NOODLES  io-f ind-an -easier^JessJuss^=  way to cook this old-fashioned dish.-  A stewing cWcken^(4-4Ubs.) cut into  serving size pieces  1 large onion/chopped (1 cup)  1 can cream of mushroom or cream of  chicken soup,  1 tsp Worcestershire sauce  seasoned noodles^- - -  Trim any excessfatlfrpm-dhicken  pieces, remove skin from breast if desired.'  Spread onion in the bottom of a lightly  oiled 12 cup casserole; arrange chicken  pieces in 2 layers~orr topr Stir-Wor-~  cestershire sauce into soup in the can;  spoon-over chicken; cover. Bake in a 350  degree oven for 1 hour; uncover and stir  carefully;- cover-again���Bake-45-min.-  longer, or until chicken pieces are very  tender. (You may need to add a small  amount of liquid.) Let casserole stand 2 or  3 minutes or until fat rises to the top; skim  off fat. Serve chicken with hot buttered  noodle^  OVEN COOKED BEEF RIBS  When a lazy technique turns out to be a  goodpne, cooks should take note: consider  these oven-cooked ribs of beef. The results  are moist and fork-tender as if the meat  had been carefully braised. The meat is  not browned first; this is time-consuming,  no teridingTnas^attering and no added  -iat-Instead the-ribsgo directly into alarge  casserole along with liquid-and-a-few  seasonings. Then bake, covered, at high  heat, Tftei&eaLdeyjeloj^  ffevorfm^  skimmed off before serving; You can bake  it a day ahead to be reheated and served,  on another.  BEEF SHORT RIBS  4 or 5 lbs. beef short ribs- (lean) cut  into 2 or 3 inch lengths  l=med^size=��nioii^=eut=in=pieees===s?=  Elves Club  raffles beef  The Elves Club is holding its first  raffle. Tickets will be sold in the Sechelt  and Gibsons malls on November 18.  Tickets will also be available at many of  the stores on the peninsula.  _ For $l_you can win: first prize, a hind  quarter of beef; second prize, a 10 to 12  pound turkey and third prize, a four to five  pound ham. v  The drop-off depots are now being set  up around the peninsula. For information  WednesdaWNOvemtier �� 1978  The Peninsula times  PageArS  two-thirds cup catsup  1 cup water  2 tbsp soya sauce  2 tbsp brown sugar  Hot rice or noodles  Place the ribs in a 3 or 4 quart casserole  and tuck the onion around the meat. Pour  over" the catsup," water, soya sauce and  brown sugar (mixed). Cover with a tight  lid and make in a 425 degree oven for 2 hrs,  or untij meat is tender when pierced. Stir  well occasionally (more liquid may be  "heeded)". To sefrve, lift the meat from the-  broth'and .pUrce on a warm serving dish;  skim off all the fat and discard, thicken the  fat-free Juices slightly and pour over the  ribs.  concerning uie drop-off in your area or i  -you cap -lencka hand at repairing toys,  please call 886-?l49.  frying chicken,"',  prime rib steak  whole,  gov't  inspected grade 'A'    Ib.  gov't  inspected,  bone in  To make ahead, chill cooked meat and  juices, remove the hardened fat and  reheat, covered, in a 375 degree oven for 45  min. Stir occasionally.  Serve with rice or noodles.  - A little girl was showing her playmates  ������ through their new home.  "And here's riiy daddy's den," she said  proudly. "Does your daddy have a den?"  "No," came the reply, "my daddy just  growls all over the house".  RECORDS  & TAPES  Save time and money ordering the records and tapes you want. Pop, country, folk, specialty - current hits and-  golden oldies. 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Enclosed la $2.00 lor  lull colour catalogue  11' I hnvo a building lot  111 plan to bullci In 7flL  ill will nood financing  | green  f gem potatoes 11  I hubbard squash  B.C. grown  B.C. grown,  no. 2, 15 Ib. bag  B.C. grown, cut  v  , t',WllH*m"ty ,t..,miHH*   m:   ��� **  '-*��m^miif*m--��mmiR-mnn'''<''\  Your local wostwood roprosonifttivo la:  Bill  Parent, 921-7278  7 '��� \      ^~i  ���*(^ *^  ,^.    rftTjnt^   ��(*1M��*trt  /*  * /  ((  <       / \     I  / ��1.  -/?  -Y--7<-h  .    f  . *  . ���    i  ���    1  /*'  X  t  ���     -#-  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 8, 1978   mmmm''~~'~~  y<\:  The Creek runoff  &  Craft fair Nov. 18  A - ������By-AnnierDempsterr8853326"  I .  \  Halfmoon Bay happenings  No contest in Area B  -. By Mary Tinkley, 8,85-9479  CRAFT FAIR  The Roberts Creek Community  Association's Ways and Means Committee  is sponsoring a craft fair to be held at the  community hall on November 18 from 6  Creek School drew a larger crowd than  past years.  Thanks to The Elphinstone Recreation  group and the Roberts Creek Legion for  their general donations.  *������������������**������***���������*���*������������������*������������*���������**  J SUNSHINE COAST LIONS CLUB *  GIANT BINGO I  X THURSDAY, NOV. 30th t  _* 1 C���CCOUCIT irninu ii a ��� ��� : ������ ',%*fe  *  *:   ^^^-SECttELT-LEGION HAtt���   Doors: 7:00 pm�� 1st Game: 8:00 pm  Advance Tickets: $5.00 [Buys 3 Cards] Additional Cards: $1.00  TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BIG MACS, FRODE'S & CAMPBELL VARIETY  4>,m^oJLpjn^ndJtoembeiU&=.fi!om4^  The public meeting, planned for Sunday, November 12 to meet the candidates  for Area "B" Regional Board and Area  "A" School Board has been cancelled as  there is now no contest. There was only  one candidate for each vacancy so that Ed  Nicholson is elected to the Regional Board  and Al Lloyd to the School Board by acclamation. The other school board  member for Area "A" is Kay Dombroski  who has another year of her term to serve.  FIRE DEPARTMENT RAFFLE   Ha^eyoyLyetbpught_yoj^Jicke_tsJor_a_.  chance on the handsme chrome lamps,  smoke detector and fire extinguisher  which the Fire Department is raffling?  The proceeds are not for equipment as  previously stated in this coluhin, since  the department's equipment is supplied by  the Regional Board. However, the  firemen do need money for special  projects on which they are working. They  would like to send some of their members  for special training and they are planning  fire education for adults and young folk by ���  means of movies and open house  -demonstration���They-also-wouldi-like-to-  equip the force with badges or crests.  CABLEVISION __ ;   ���-X- Carl^Bobardt,- Sechelt���manager--of ~  Coast Cablevision reports that the work of  extending Cablevision to the Halftnoon  Bay area is proceeding satisfactorily,  Thoiupniielwet weather >of. last vyeek  slowed down the project. Providing the  weather remains reasonable, he is confident thattsohie people will becohnected  by the end of this month. Prercbhneetions  ravestiilnot been made to the homes of all  applicants and the company is having  the Red:  uhanimo  Regional  system.  welcomed  offs  toard  m  *n"^^rt��WM��WfW^%l^l#��'  lEfficulty in making contact, with some  householders. If you ^signed up for  cableyision and have not" yet been pre-  conhected, you are asked' to telephone  Coast Cablevisiop at/885-3224 and- advise  them of a convenienOime for the. con-y.  nection to be made.  WATER        > r"  .Superintendentof Waterworks Gordon  Dixon reports th&t the Regional Board  water line has now reached the Halfmon  Bay wharf where a hydrant is in operation.  The line still has to be constructed along  O'Brien Road but is expected that this will  be completed by the middle of November.  The Regional Board is now ready to accept  applications for connections in the Half-  "mooirBay~afea7*:"~~ ~_y y ������ y-  All permanent: residents, previously  served by the Redrooffs Waterworks  District have now-been-changed~oveT1o~'  the new system and the old line from  Welcome Beach to the MacMillan Bloedel  subdivision will be abandoned on (  November 15. ,-..,''  And while Halfmoon Bay residents are  rejoicing at having a water'system which .  is not likely to freeze up in winter or dry up  in summer, it i^ perhaps an appropriate  time for us to'pay tribute to the relatively  small group of men who gave so  generously of their time and'skills in  maintaining and developing the Redrooffs  Waterworks system for more than 30  years. ���  ; I 7.' '7X7   "'  PIONEERS OF WATER '$XfrtEM  The Redrooffs Wfitei^prks District  ' was Incorporated as a water; Improvement  district In 1946 with 16 users and an  assessment of $10 a year. The District had  taken over an old Jerry rig water system'  which had been operated by tho single  owner of the ftfcdrooffs Resort to serve the  storo, cabins and cottages of the resort.  There wore numerous problems to be  faced but by 1949 Uie District was able to  Install a 10,000 gallon storago tank and  four year? later an additional 30,000 gallon  tank. Even so, tho system could not cope  with tho demands of the evor-lncroaslng  population and the continual extension of  tho lino. Consequently In 1961 the system  (waa<upgrddcd by tho installation of a two  ' inch plastic pipe from Halfmoon Bay Lako  and by tho addition of a chlorinator. The  project was carried out with the help of a  Winter Works grant and with Stu LeFoaux  ns engineer nnd superintendent.  By 1972 thoro were 80 users on tho  Redrooffs system und, after Uio. District  lind entered Into nn agreement,,with  MncMlllan-Blocdcl ln 1073 to BorvlccTtliclr  subdivision, tho numbor of users climbed  to around 140. By this time, Uio rate had  been Increased to $70 annually,  Aftor lengthy negotiations, at a  meeting on August 7, 1077, tho ownors of  Variety Night  December,!   December 1 Is Iho dfito to remember for  nh evening of comedy, music, (fnnco,  romance, mclodrnriiji, nnd tragedy.      , '  The ���'ArtfLLCoundU Mlldlng Fund  Committeo Is sponsoring this event to  rniso nioiiey for thd interior flniflhlhg'"of  the now Arts Centre.  Tho Variety, Night will bo hold nt tho  Elphlnstono Secondary School lunch room  al fl p.m. i  Waterworks District voted  to accept the terms" of the  for the takeover of their  Chairman, Chris Dalton,  ecision as the only logical  progressive action possible.  Browsing through the minute book of  the Redrooffs Waterworks District, we'  found many \Meresting personal  reference. At a meetingin 1951, appreciation was expressed tofiarlBell, who  sub-divided Redrooffs, for the gut^Lot 1  Block 15,_DL_1427 forihe_installation-Of a _  water tank. This lot, located behind the  slough at Cooper's Green, was transferred  to the Regional Board with the other assets  of the Redrooffs Waterworks District and  will now be preserved as a park.  In 1960, the minute book records an  expression of appreciation to Herbert E.  Hunt for the services he had rendered to,  the District for fourteen years. Herb Hunt  who was the father of Phyllis Winton and  Dennis and Harold Hunt, all of Redrooffs,  died in 1970 after being associated with  Redrooffsjor nearly 50 years..  There^aTe^eve^^nrefef^ces'uPthe-  minute book of Stu LeFeaux, all voicing  appreciaiion of his < practical and  -ungrudging-help.--After- the-1961:-installation at the, lake, the minute book  records "A tribute was "paid to Stu  LeFeaux who, while hot a member ofthe  Distrrct7h��d^ivM^iS^irati^ana^iveto~  the preliminary surveys.and.who had  supervised the installation of the system  from the lake". Four years later, on  August 9, lt)65, an incident is Recorded of  trouble with the siphon intake at the lake.  Emerson, who was in charge of main-  ^naiice~hail~been^a"Ued_t^OntaTio~to~  a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be a large  number of craft people participating with  a nice variety of items for.sale. It's a great  opportunity to purchase some interesting  and unique Christmas gifts. If you are  interested in partcipating in the fair,  contact Randy at 885-9324. *  -The Ways and Means will have a white  elephant table and are in need of items for  the table. No clothing, please. If you have  items youwould like to donate, please drop  them off at Seaview Market.  This is your one stop Christmas shop.  FIREMEN'S BINGO   "  The annual firemen's bingo that was  held at the community hall on Saturday���  night was a huge success. The hall was  filled to capacity and numerous people had  __to_be turned_away at. the door. Glenn  .Kraus, the local fire chief, said a few  words in appreciation for the fantastic  turnout and thanked the Elphinstone  Recreation group for calling the bingo.  All games paid $25 except for the 20th  which paid $1,000 or a ticket for two to  Hawaii.  The lucky winner of the jackpot was Kit  Nestman from Davis Bay. Kit seemed  stunned by the win but was no doubt  elated. She is expecting her first baby on  December 5, and there was some concern  that all the excitement may-caus^ the  the fantastic fireworks display. It is  becoming- an increasingly popular  Halloween event that is enjoyed, by many  residents of the Sunshine Coast.  ANNIE'S BACK *" ^\.  It's nice to be back.  Clean Up Vow Act  Pitch-lnTB  attend the funeral of his father. During his  absence,. the supply of water ceased  completely and Stu LeFeaux spent two  and a half days of his holidays up to his  armpits in the lake. He put in 100 feet of  new siphon intake line and carried out."  some other repairs.  The first trustees when the District was  incorporated in 1946 were W.A. Oswald,  A.T. Campbell, Herbert E. Smith, George  Simpson and Captain Barclay. When  Captain Barclay died only two months  later, Chris Dalton was elected as a  trustee in his place and both he and Tom  Camphell were deeply involved in the  affairs of the District for the 31 years of its  existence.JThiey both.served as chairmen_  and secretary, and lawyer Campbell gavfe  generously of his time as legal adviser.'  ���^-So, as-our-taps-gush-withpurewater-  from Chapman Creek, let us pay tribute to  the pioneers who worked under such  difficult conditions to keep a water system  going in Redrooffs. To those who served ��s  trustees, who serviced the lines or contributed their time and skills to the  ��community - THANK YOU!  Baby to arrive" a little sooner.  LADIES SOCCER  - The newly-fprmed���Roberts Creek _"  "^adies Soccer team"played their first  game, against the Sechelt ladies on  November 5. The game ended in a one-all  _tie. It was a. good showing for our girls,  considering most of them, had never  played soccer before. >  CREEK BOOGIE  There will be a Roberts Creek Boogie at  the community hall on December 2. Dance  to the graffiti rock sound of TNT. Tickets  -wiU-beonsaleJater-uUhe-week-at-Seaview���  Market.  SUN REMINDER  Even though the Vancouver Sun is on  strike, Christine Belcher still is available,  to collect for past issues. She would  greatly "appreciate it if people would give  her a call so that some arrangemenns  might be made, for her to collect'the  monies owing her. -;  HALLOWEEN PARTY  The annual Haloween Party sponsored  by the parents auxiliary to the Roberts  -They say the answer to  your problems is just  around the cornerr  Why not take a walk and  find out.  ppnmipmion.  Walk a block.Today.  ���>..  Modern, 5 storey, first yW�� motor hotel. Good location - I block from  beach, linrjllitli flay nnd Stanley Park, near downtown, shopplnfl within 2  block*. 1125 nttrncllvely appointed air-conditioned rooms, studios, efficiency  units and suites - each with private'bath, color IV and phone. Dining  Hoom and Coffee Shop,JUtmiH-with entertalnmtnt.-Sampla and Meeting  Hooms! Drlve-ln lobby and free parking,  1755 Pavle Street. Vancouver V6G 1W5, Phone; 604 W12I831 collect  Telex: 04-51161  r<\ li  ���tr  Public Works     Travaux publics  Canada Canada  INVITATION TO TEN DER  SEALED TENDERS for tho pro|ect�� or services Noted  bolow, addressed to Iho Head; Tondors "and  Contracts, Pacific Roglon, Department of Publlp  Works, Cqnada, 1110 Wost Goorgla Stroot, Vancouver, B.C, V6E�� 3W5 will bo rocolvod until tho  spoclflod closing tlmo and date, Tondor documents  cap^r^ba_jp^jLqjU).ed_vtbc9.Mabi thfi^jabovs^nptod^  Department of Public Works, Vancouver offlco,  PROJECT  PR 014501 - Seaplane Float Replacement'�� Egmont,  B.C., '.,,tv i��� p. ' t\ \\ \ ."*��� V .. W>   '''\     "     ' ,T   ,:  B.C.  *\ W )  Tondor documents may also be vldwqd al tho Post  Offlcos In Socholt anc| Madolra Park, 8,9,  CloBlng Date; 11:00 AM PST ��� 24 NOVEMBER 1978.  H.D, Ladoucior ,        '  Noad, Tenders & Contracts  1, Department of Public Works,  1 * '  ' 1 1 ''       ��� 1  The lowost or any1 tender hot necessarily accoptod.  |S(||tft*^��WWl��l��1"   1   ���> if-r \  .,.),  NOTICE of POLL  Municipality of Sechelt  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the municipality aforesaid  that a poll has become necessary at the election now pending, and that I  have granted such pojl; and, further, that the persons duly nominated as  candidates at the said election,  for whom only votes will be receivedi  are:���  SURNAME  OTHER NAMES   POSITION     TERM  ADDRESS      OCCUPATION  CHRISMAS  KOLIBAS  MacDONALD  WATSON "  CarIL  Joyce M.  Larry R.  Alderman  Alderman  Alderman  Norman F.   Alderman  T  2  2  2  years Sechelt  years Sechelt  years Davis Bay  years Sechelt  Retired  Housewife  Credit Union Mgr.  Businessman  Such pojl willibe_opened at Sechelt MuniclpaI Hall, on the 18th day of  November, 1978,, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8>00 p.m. An dd  vance poll will be opened at the Municipal Hall between the hours of  9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on the 15th day of November for those persons  unable to vote on polling day, of which every person is hereby required  to take notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hancHhis 30th day of October, 1978.  Yvette Kent, Returning Officer  Village of Gibsons  TOTICE^TPOH^  Public Notice is hereby given to the electors of the  municipality aforesaid that a poll has become necessary  at the election now pendin��(|ahcl that I have granted such  poll; and, further, that the persons duly nominated as  candidates at the said election, for whom only votes will  be received, are:-  SURNAME     OTHER NAMES  EVANS     Keith Francis  OFFICE        ADDRESS RESIDENTIAL      OCCUPATION  Alderman 1318 Gower Pt. Rd.   Log inspector  FITCHETT   Richard George       Alderman 1295 Allison Way     Retired  GODDARD   Rheta Lorraine        Alderman 1592 Abbs Road      Retailer  HUME      Robert Edward       Alderman  1405 Gower Pt. Rd. Heating Service  Such poll will be opened at the Gjbsons municipal office,  1490 South Fletcher Road on the 18th day bf November,  1978 between the hours of 8:00 g.m. and 8:00 p.m., of  which every person is hereby required to take notice *  and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand this 30th day of 6ctpber,,1978.  x>>'i>-*<::777yl7'  y���X~���~  ^���;iw*iW"^-l'  V '���  ���    ��� , ���'" ' '''",'''" i'jY'i��/* ��� ii ���   h.|. i        .      ��� i! ''  Returning Officer  i'l*"tr<#. iat*  �� Wtt.K'-J ^fniaVh. *m.Mi  r,  I   iwiJ��^vjR^^*>y^lM^^*Wii%!"'itlp'  ...��./-  tk,  7' r���    '     -. . n ���   :.     X     -  ..... -   ,i '���^_._  I ...  U  ',    /.  ���S-  V\  h   V)  H*  Wednesday, November 8,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page A-5  Sechelt notes  Local equestrian tops  by~Feggy nC0Tlnorr88S9347-  THE HOLY FAMILY  their annual bazaar  church held  and  raffle  great success. Pictured are some ofc  the goodies raffled off by the group.  Saturday and by all accounts it was a  Adding to her "already long list, of  winnings, Caroline Newsham won the.  High Point Trophy for Junior A, presented  to her at the Powell River Trail Riders  =^^nuakbanqueUn4?awffi~Rivpir,. awarded,  for points gained in horse shows through  the year. )  ' This is the first time an out oiAovm  rider has won the huge Petrel trophy and  the club members were delighted that  their one member from the peninsula was  so deserving.  MAUI VISITORS     a  The steady of trek of local people to the  Hawaiian Islands is well under way.  Mrs. Doris Gower returned from a 16T  day stay at Maui with her two sisters,  Phyllis Smith and Clorice Courquin from.  Vancouver and sister-in-law Tillie Murray  of Qualicum Beach. They had a real enjoyable time swimming and sunning on the  glorious beaches, lucky to be there before  the big winds hit.  They were pleased to run into other  local holidayers-Erie and Bonnie Paetkau-  and the Dick Claytons.  SAD AND HAPPY NEWS V  Grandma Gower celebrated her 100th  birthday this year and having reached that  grand age has now passed away. Sunday  morning October 29 at St. Mary's Hospital  the sad news of her death reached the  family.   ������'        ^The happy news was the arrival of two  grandchildren. A grandson Jo, ,gpn FrecL  and Eadie Gower of Vancouver and  daughter Faye in California gave birth to a  little girl.  The funeral for Mrs. Gower was held at  mcou^er-Grematoriumr^ovember-  first with Rev. Dennis Morgan officiating  in a lovely ceremony honoring her long  life.  BAZAAR  The United Church Ladies will be  holding their annual bazaar, featuring  majiy handicrafts from food to sewing at  Wilson Creek Community Hall, November  l\j^es6ay, 2 p.m.  ERIC THOMSON DDES  Another old friend has left this world.  Eric Thomson was a man who was a  never-ending delight to pass the time of  with, and it is sad to knqw he has left us.  Gibsons and Hopkins Landing will not be  the same without him, nor will his many  friends.  Sunshine Coast Roglonal District  NOTICE of POLL  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the region aforesaid  that a poll has become necessary at the election now pending, and  that I have granted such poll; and further, that the persons duly  nominated'as candidates at the said election, for whom only votes  _  will be received are:-  AREA "F"  NAME OFFICE  HUNTER, David Director  LESLIE, David F. Director  Such poll will be opened at longdoJeJ-iementary  TERM of.  OFFICE ADDRESS      , OCCUPATION  2 Years   Hopkins Landing Retired  2 Years   North Road, Gibsons    Barrister.  School on theJLatb-  Another idea for Christmas Gifts or  House Warming:- Cushion Covers,--excellent quality, a very good choice of  colour and style, and all with zipper for  easy care.  day of November, 1978, between the hours of 8:00 o'clock in the  forenoon and 8:00 olclock in the afternoon, of which every pegjton is  hereby required to take notice and govern himself accordingly*^  GAMBIER ISLAND and its associated Islands under the Island Trust Act -  Two Trustees required  ARMSTRONG, Elspeth J.    Island Trustee   2 Years   Vancouver Housewife-Artist  BAXTER, Beverly . Island Trustee   2 Years   Vancouver      ;. Nurse  DOMBROWSKI, Margaret   Island Trustee   2 Years ..Gambier Island  Housewife  WESC0TT, William L        Island Trustee   2 Years ' Gambier Island  Educator  Such polls, will be opened at the Langdale Elementary Schooh and  the Army  &  Navy  Club,  Gambier  Island  on  the J^th  day  of  November, 1978, between the hours of 8:00 o'clock in the forenoon .  and 8:00 in the afternoon, of which every person is hereby required  to take notice and govern himself accordingly.;  ALSO, take notice that an advance poll will be held in the offices of  the Sunshine Coast Regional District, Thursday* November 16, 1978  between the hours of 1 l:00*a.m, and 6:00 p.m., for Area "F"�� and  Island Trustee elections.  ��� Given under my hand this 31 st-day-of-October, 1978.   -  M.B. Phelan  ~~ R&turning Officer  &>  ��� V  II  Pit  Pender Harbour Nibbles.  Woocl pressure clinic * ���  By Queen Rat,883-2308  Starting on November 15 there will be a  Blood Pressure Clinic on the first and third  Wednesday of each month from 9 a.m. to  12 noon at the Peiider Harbour Health  Clinic. Anyone can come and this is an  nmportanHew-minutes you tyilHjeiaking-  as it is based on prevention in regards to  your health. There will be -a film "I am  Joe's Heart" shown on November 8 at 7:15  p.m. which is about blood pressure and  general heart disease.    .  ���    ���  PENDER HARBOUR & DISTRICT       ;  HEALTH CENTRE SOCIETY  The Pender -Harbour-and District*  Health Centre Society Boards of trustees.,  are still working hard Mo improve ��� our*  -medical services ahd make the Clinic the  best of its kind in B.C. Our local physician  is Dr. Judi Hayward M.D., Nur^eifflrac-  titioner - Ruth Anderson, R.N. 'and  medical receptionist is Normal Clarke.  Dr. Frank Carnie, our dentist, is at the  _cMcJwo-_days;iaAwje.ekLT^e_aniactiye_.  interest in your Society and patronize your  Clinic.  long-awaited holiday to their cabin hideaway on the B.C. coast. Neil MacLeod  from Vancouver is going to run the marina  for them while they are away.  Myrtle and Chick Page returned home  -iromitoraiHroiidaysn^  went hunting, fishing and whatever. They  had a wonderful time and looked very  relaxed. No sign of a moose, though.  The Pender Harbour Volunteer  Firemen's Annual Fireworks display had  a record turnout. There was no vandalism  except for rotten eggs .flymg..;aj!jd,thbv..odd;,  yel^i^a^dMMds-^oaped- ^p, righT  Margaret? k:r 7:7777k _^.y  The LA U Br:; m "Rpyal Canadian  Legion Smorgasbord and Dance was a  tremendous success. Lorrie Jones' band  played music that kept people dancing and  the dinner was a gourmet's delight.  A TRIBUTE TO A LIFELONG FRIEND  A very touching scene took place after  the graveside service for Logger Jack at  the Forest View cemetery. Many people,  friends) relatives, were about to leave,  ^^hen-^k^umniingT^ress^^hirclair  tartans, stood on the little green knoll  above the grave and paid his last respects  to his deaf friend. The souM^of-the-r-1  bagpipes mournfully saying what Jack  couldn't, brought many a tear to one's  eyes.  .//  7VIBL^71E ME47S  PORK PICNICS  Smoked, Whole or Shank Half  BLADE/SHORTRIB ROAST Bbde removed lb$ 1.29  CASINO NIGHT IN MADEIRA PARK  The Pender Harbour Lions Club will be  having theif Casino'Night on November 10  at 8 p.m. sharp. Admission is $2 and this  gives you a chance to,win the big door  prize of $200. In order to keep your gambling fever on an even keel there-Will be  honky tbnk music and dancing and patrons  are requested to come in cbstumes if  possible,, although not necessary, as the  theme is the Roaring Twenties. Blackjack,  crown and.anchor, colpur.blind mousies,.,  and other games of chance, except bingo,  will be there to challenge you. Prizes for  the best costume ahd a raffle of a Texas  Mickey are added, attractions. Refresh-  ments will be available in the kitchen.  Remember that all proceeds go back to the  fcommiinlty and Lions Park is a good  example of their work.  WILDLIFE PARK   The Regional District has accepted the  offer of a portion of Wilf Harper's land to ���  form a Wildlife Park. Work will commence on Nov. 15 under a Canada Works  Grant, The Pender Harbour Wildlife  Society yvill be responsible for the maintenance   of   the   proposed   park.   The  .'Fisheries havfa completed the stream  Improvement progrnm for this year. Fish ��  nre now coming up the stream ln largo  numbers.  pender harbour community  club Smorgasbord   ;.Tho.flnnuai,Fl8liermcn'fl Homecoming  Dnnco and Smorgasbord will bo hold ln tho  Madolra Park Community Hall on  November 25. Tickets t\ro on sale Saturday  mornings outldo tho IGA Store. Otherwise  orders for thbm mny bo had from Blanche  Pereccn, Dlettn Edwardson or Cory  Penson. They aro $15 per couple or $0  single.  REMEMBRANCE DAY NOVEMBER H  Remembrance Day Services will bo  held at the cenotaph nt tho Royal Canadian  I-cglon Br. 112 on Saturday, November 11  nU0i30 n.m! Refreshments will bo sofved  Urtho Ixsgion HaU after the ceremony,  NEWS BRIEFS  <���   Eleanor Orr Is homo from Lions Gate  Hospital, and la fooling much bottor.  Phyllis Bf own Is up and around onco more  after her stay In St. Mary's Hospital,  Gall nnd Monty Rolston aro going on a  ���irfv-p  .rl. ������u-:  Attend  the Church  ^TLiiry-X  ��p  your choice  ���*��  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. John's, Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.���Gibsons  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  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. ��  All in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay  Phone 885-3157, 886-7882,  P.O.  Box  1514 ���'"  '���.���'���. .',���;���'' .  ROMAN CATHOUC CHURCH  ~   ;   ~~~Rev, T. NicholsonXPasfor~~;���r~  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  8:Q0 p.m. Sat, eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  8:30 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on the  Sechelt Indian Reserve    .  10:00 a.m. at The Holy Family Church In  Sechelt. ',''.'.  12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons  BEEF LIVER   r d  BAVARIAN SMOKIES Vancouver, fancy  SLICED SIDE BACON Sunny Mom  DOG  FOOD    Rov��rrEconomySii��,250/2oxr~ v-.^  CREAM STYLE CORN        NIBLETS CORN  -GrMnGiqirttJA&tihjV:_.     .......        .. Green Giant, 12oz.tlns  -T:.  ?1,79  -Pj.MchooUlbr.ory * Storytlmo, .WIJion.CjiBtkXonim Hajjijljao  .Nov,..fl,=  am.  Nov. 8 ��� Dtwclng, Sr, Cltlzam'Hall, Socholt, 1:30 pm.  Nov, 8 ������ Carpot Bowllngl Harmony Hall, 1 pm,  Nov, 9 ��� Alcoholic* Anonymou* Mooting, Wllion Ck Comm Hall, 8i30 pm,  For Info, call 885-2896 or 885-3394, ,;.,-,.  Nov, 9 ���Alatoen Mooting, United Church Hall, Glb��on��, 7 pm. '  Nov, 9 ��� Wo��tern Wolght Controller! Mooting, 10 am, For registration call  885-938^,    '. ��� ,  Nov, 9 ��� Bingo, Harmony Hall, 8 pm.  Nov, 9 -im. Tetrahedron Ski Club Mooting, Roborts Croek Elementary School,  ,  7i30 pm, i  Nov, 13 ~- Robt* Ck Hoip Aux Meeting, St Aldan'i Hall, 11 am.  Nov. 13 ��� Carpet Bowling, Sr Citizen* Hall, Socholt, 1130 pm.  Nov, 13 ~~ Now Horizon* Club, Robt* Ck Comm Hall, 1:30 pm. Carpet  bowling, whl��t, brldgo etc,  ���Nov. 14���St John'* UCW Fall Baiaar ATeaj Wllron Crook Comm Hall, 2-4-  pm.      i ���  Nov, t10 ��� Craft IJalr, Robt* Ck CommiHall, 6-9 pm. Craft*, white olopliant  lala, food otc,  Nov, 18 ��� Mt Elphln��tono Chap, ffbi OES Chrl*tma* Stan Bazaar, Robt* CW  , Comm Hall, 2-4 pm.  Nov, 21 ��� S\m��hlno Coa*t Art*'Council Mooting, Stjcholt Elem main bldg  (Mr, Llzoo'* rm), 7i30 pm. Evoryono y/elcome, .  Doc, 9 ��� Sechelt Ponlmula Rod & Oun Club Banquet, Sochelt Sr Citizen*  Hall, 6;30 jlm. Ticket* at C��S Hardware or from member*,  Every Thur��, Fri, & Sat ��� Elphlnttono PJ|ono#r Mu��oum opon 9 am to 4 pm.  ,   USE THIS SPACB TO PROMOTB YOUR ORGANIZATION'S BVENTJ.  IT'S FREE, CAU 808-3231.  FLAKED WHITE TUNA     Carnation, 6-l/2oz.tln ...  GRAPEFRUIT JUICE    Sun-Rype, Sweetened, 48 oz. .......      GRAPEFRUIT JUICE     Sun-Rype, Unlweetened;48 o*. tin ,.     .  ORANGE CRYSTALS Tan9,4.31/2 o..  SNACKIN CAKE  Betty Crocker Mixes. 15 oz.    MACARONI   Catelll, R.C, 2 kg box......    SPAGHETTI   Catolll, Long, 2 kg box         FRESH BREAD 'l.G.A., White or Brown, 24 oz. loves ..,,,, ...... JL for X ���UU  LIQUID DETERGENT Sunlight, 1.S litre  1-89  MARGARINE Moms 3ibt      1*89  ^m FROZENFOOD  v  ORANGE JUICE  Sunklft/l2ox  ^��:  ^nl^  **  3tf>  ^  \N>.  &  *o  ^'  ���IX-  Vom'H  l.o VII  TMm.i  VnlM$,,'4fT"  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park#883-9100  ,Prlcn.effective Wed.,, Novembe|8th-Frlday, November 10th.  SAL|S IN RETAIL QUANTITIES ONLY.  .,1 ,,,  SEX IS G  885-5111  D-BUT A SUNCOAST CHRYSLER DEAL IS BETTER. ~  SUNCOAST CHRYSLER  "V  y, "i  *  1 .  *i^.Sii*VWfi��^^��W5���'^w^.*�����*^��f**'*^K��*.*��*;'r*  iv^*^ri*^a��w(��^rtnii..^v,*i*t"SftBW��^s*wi��*!��^*^^*<��'  / ',  ,       '  ,,,.,.. ,._���,....���.���.....'   .,���.      ,y,  i    7' ��� .   .,     .  f    >���%    to^W-��W"fl  I***. mtirJh WW!*  ft-flSrt*,  JS.  #   ���T*'***   Wai.  p���  "r  fi ��*������� ,Wwnif">*��( owf*ew.tii  a   1*f1-W   apli2totm*t4Mrftr'lkm*-Og  .,*��..+������ 4.t!.-..^*i.:n..-.*|��-^(^^,*P^.i1^F*.^.'.-p'i..!..^.*��\��...  I  / '������>  .,v J.,  -r  I ..) -....,/  u  I'  Page A-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 8,1978  The Garden Corner  The winter rules  By Guy Symonds  Use 'Times' Adbriefs fo Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  The leaves are still gold on the maples  and despite the early darkness of late  afternoon we are reluctant to concede that  "winter comes to rule the varied year-  ^luUeirancrsard..." So what better time to  think of the loveliness of another year and  what better way, to" make that thinking^  live, than to look at all the beautiful things  there are to grow.  With this inmind then, let us take a look  at a brochure issued by the provincial  Ministry of Agriculture and entitled very  simply "Flowers". Herels no elaborately  illustrated cataloguer but half arddzerT  stencilled sheets stapled together and  packed on both sides of each page with  detailed information. Annuals ��� both the  hardy and the half hardy kind, biennials,,  and perennials. -^=rzyXzr.A..^..,..  Hardy annuals are those which go  for these should be done during May or  June, the seedlings planted out in rows in  the fall and set out in their permanent  location in the following spring.  throughall thestagesfrom seeding to seed  formation and carry on throughout the  winter without any protection. The writer  points out that annuals are not the short-  JNTPRIQR of Bert_ ^WhUakgr.'s  fourth geiyg-al storeand post office;  located on the Boulevard immediately west of Wharf Aye. First-  War Roll of Honour hung on a wall  near this Post Office until the  document was moved to the Legion  MORE ABOUT���.. -��� ~_^__ _  lived race of plants that give little return  for the amount of labour expended but, on  the contrary^ if properly grown can be  used to create a display of colour from  early summer to lafe fall.  (toe of the most common faults in  growing hardy annuals is to plant them top  close together or not thinning out sufficiently. Dvirarf types should be thinned to  s ix to eight inches apart and the taller ones  like larskpur and cosmos to JO. to_15Jnches-  Hail. JNote.can^co u. ^ J��a "iC"   as godetia* ciarWa and calendulrtmW  and hardware dept. on right. Top of   S0Wn in open ground in September and one  Dutch door was opened as a signal   wonders if on this gefiinsula with its:^;  ^ptipnalmUdtfallrit^  that mail off the boat was sorted for:  distributiipn. Thoto   by   Edric   S.  Clayton from collection oX Florrie  Clayton.  ���From Page A-l  Irene "Rena" Nickson, the youngest child  of-herparents.-Rena took the two visitors  _homeJo_dinner_andleventually .married^  \  Doug Sutherland, who was to become very  prominent ih our area.  Major Sutherland purchased the  Egmont general store from Len Bailey,  then sold it to George Hatashita in 1921. He  took Rena home to the Orkneys to introduce her to his family and I have been  told (although I cannot verify the story)  that she returned to Sechelt with no less  .than 24 pairs of shoes.  In 1926 Doug and Rena employed  Hector McDonald to build for them a  beautiful log home on the seafront at the  mouth of Wakefield Creek. It fras not until  the mid-1940's that this structure was sold  and converted into a hotel and beer  parlour known as Wakefield Inn.  j__Doug Sutheriand.alsojwneda tinyJog^  building across the. road, which he later  used as a police and relief office.  Gradually, a myth has grown up in Sechelt  that this office was a jail, but such is not  .true.. The j qriginaL^peejed  beautifully finished with stain or varnish,  golden in the. sun, and tfie office todays  bears very little resemblance to the <  structure as it appeared before an extra  bit was addgd at one end. The entire  available space was filled by two desks,  one for Major Sutherland and one for his  secretary. No humane person would have  locked a prisoner up in that fire trap  overnight, nor even for a shorter perior  while absent on business.  Rena Sutherland was enormously fond  of horses and Pekinese dogs, so there used  to be ponies grazing.under the tall trees  around her home in the 1920s and -1930s  before the country road leading north  developed Into a dangerous highway. I can  remember from my earliest childhood her  slight, trim figure almost always dressed  ln jodhpurs and leather boots. She was a  well-known   horsewoman   when   she  operated the Vancouver Pony ^lub on  Blenheim Street in the 1940s and 1050s.  By 1926 T.D. Sutherland was occupied  _as ai>roker._Then inJ927Jhewas appointed-;  a Probationary Game Constable with "E"  Divisipn of the Provincial Police. He was  stationed in Sechelt, from where he continued for a decade to serve the environs  as Game Warden. He was promoted to  Police Corporal in 1937 and to Sergeant in  the Powell River District in 19383   ���  My grandfather, T.J. Cook, Vas made  Justice of the Peace ih Sechelt in 1915 with  authority as a magistrate.^When be^held;;  court   in   his   home,' Game   Wdrdeh'  Sutherland came often to lay charges or-  present evidence. What I chiefly  remember about him in the 1920s is that he  brought with him his huge; shaggy blonde  dog, named Trotsky for the Russian  revolutionary^  ^Oneiotiw_grahdfather:s^  .    , v   x        .  .. -j t-v    '   ��p    .rtnn       *     SniTiP TR half nnrriv nnniinlo aro net-p/l ir  includes an entry dated Dec. 15, 1932, as  to get results from seed sown this late so  long as the drainage was good. As with all  growing things the warmer sandy soil is  the best for this type of horticulture but  because of its-lightness mustfe^ei|iforced  with some kind of organic fertilizer. ��  The brochure then lists a couple of  dozen or so of'these hardy annuals and  each one is fully described with its  peculiarities if any as to culture and soil  preference.  .   ' "���'    7.. _   HaTfhardy^annuils are those which  require sufficient warmth in the early  stages pf their growth but that can afterwards be planted out in the open to  flower and ripen their seed out m the open.  These half hardy annuals may be sown  under glass in February and March,  pricked, put in their early stages and by  keeping them cool and clesfe to the glass  prevent them from becoming drawn and  7spindly. ItiMmpprtant that they be well-  "Mrdenednoffin~arcoirffame^befoWbeing"  set out. In actual practice most home  gardeners buy their annuals of,this type,  the aster, stocks, phlox and so on from the  professional nurseryman who knows how  to bring the plants to the exact state of  follows :"AlbeivN.. of Halfmoon Bay was  charged by T.D. Sutherland, Game  Warden, with unlawfully behtinin  possess|on of a Willow Grouse during the  close season. Pleading Guilty fined $10 and  $1.50 Costs. Thomas J. Cook, J.P." Crime  in Sechelt in the early days was seldom  more serious than this.   ,  With the outbreak p�� the Second World  War in 1939 Sgt. Sutherland joined the  Imperial Seaforths and was promoted to  Lieut.-Col, Later he was attached to the  British Secret Service, operating at  Dunkirk and in the Balkans. Col.  Sutherland died on July 6, 1946, survived  by his wife and a son, Thos. Douglas  Lindsay Sutherland; "Young" Doug died  in April 1979, survived'by his mother, his  wife, and four daughters.  On Remembrance Day when you observe the period of silence perhaps your  mind will think with appreciation back to  local men, unknown to you, who loved  Sechelt and who fought against tyranny  during the 1914-1918 war.  STONEWORK  Stone facing - Flroplaco  & Chimney Repairs  ci' ANDY 886-2821  d       V  /  WINNING NUMBERS FOR OCTOBER 1978  OCT. 4 DRAW  OCT. 11 DRAW  $100,000  WINNING NUMBERS  Iast5 dlolta win $1,000  last A digits win    $JO0  last 3 digits win    '$25  1  2  ���  6  8  9  6  5  1  4  t  5  9  5  6  3  0  9  1  3  1  4  9  2  0  9  2  4  6  1  1  4  8  8  9  8  7  1  7  2  9  8  3  0  2  1  4  3  4  0  0  0  6  4  4  8  1  8  0  7  8  3  5  1  1  0  7  2  6  9  1  2  OCT. 1ft DRAW  OCT. '26 DRAW  0  3  0  9  0  7  1  0  1  9  PlGVinCiQl OCTOBER 29 DRAW  $1  MILLION WINNING NUMBERS  l~2  2  9  9  2  9  8  7  5  4  1  6  4  2  0  4  6  6  2  5  5'  i>4  4  3  2  3  4  ~2~  1  2  0  9  1  4  1  8  9  6  a  7  5  3  3  5  6  8  9  3  6  ,5  8  2  4  5  7  4  8  6  3  0  5  tf  T  1  7  T  2  IT  a  6  8  KEEP YOUR OCTOB6R/NOVEMBER TICKET,  IT'S AI,SO ELIGIBLE FOR THE NOVEMBER 26 DRAW,  bKm3 nm m^ csKm  \ai\ 6 dlflltawln $10,000  last 6 digits win $1,000  last 4 digits win $100  last 3 digits win ' $28  Woslofn Canada Lolloty Foundation  In Iho ��wi����l ol linoupancvbutwoftn IhUilil '  and tho articled Winning numbort Hit, tho latter Jhall prevail,  There is a list of no fewer than 54 of  these and the gardener would be hard put  to choose out of allthat beauty especially  when he knows" that these lovely things  from daisy to delphinium will keep on  showering their blessings on him all the  years ahead if he in return will treat them  with a little loving care and consideratien.  L_Hereagain each plant is detailed asjto,  its offering and its needs. Naturally not all  plants .want the same and the gardener  wiU get all the information he needs to suit  his particular ciroumstances before he  invest his money. '       ....   ���/._���_  The book is (fifS^ent in appearance and  ^&tmerit^ut-raual^^  the^rpfessionalWtanicrnamies-as-well-as  the common ones. If ypu are interested,  write Information Dteion - Canada;  -Department; pJtAgrlfiiUtui^QttawaTrKIA:  OC7 for Publication No. 796.  Weather report  Lo.    Hi. Prec.  ':'������. cms  :.... 7.0    12.0    0.97  .........4.5    12.0    0.06   4.0    11.5 trace  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  OF SECHELT  885-98:  Ask about our  "Package" <leals.  Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES ^TELEVISIONS  syourn^^  October 28.....  October29 .v..  Oct6fer30.Tr:  October31....  ^fflfembejl^.,  November2 '".':  ��November,3...   3.5 10.0 nil   7.5 13.0 0.95  ...::.8;0 9.0 0.79  .,,..^,6.0 .,8.9 2.10  Week's rainfall  to date ��� 3,84 cms.1978 to date���100^22  cms.  October '^November 3, 1977 ��������� 7.04  cms. November 1-3,1977 ��� 0;33 cms, Jan.-  November 3 ���-82.63 cms.  Weather October 1978  AlthPUgh thfere were 15 days with  measurable rainfall, this Oc.t6ber turned  outto be almost the driest in 18 years, with  4.86 cms compared to 1967'S 4.83 cms, last".  "year's43r21;cms-andii96rs 31.04 cmsrthe-  18-year average is 15.29 cms.        '  There were 24 sunny days compared  with 21 days wittPsunshine in 1977.  Daytime high temperatures 19 C,  coihpa^ with 17 C in 1977, Overnight low  temperature of 3.5 C, compared with 4 C in  1977.  If opening your heat bill gives you the; chills, maybe it's  time to investigate another way of heating.  In fact, there's one heating fuel that's inexpensive andJn..  -plentiful-supply:������ ���.- -���--  Wood.  Whichbrings us to the Fisher Stove. It burnswoocLso : yy  efficiently it can trim 50% or more off your heating bill.  ���    %u_see.,. aJFjshetStove is made from ^eavy plate steel  that's careflilly welded to make sure it's virtually airtight.  (Gaps in the seams could suck in air and waste fueLXltiias^-l.  patentecfspnvdraft controls so you  can easily regulate the amount of  heat it puts out. And its unique two-  step design gives a Fisher two  cooking surfaces with two different temperatures.  So whether you want to heat a  single room or an entire house, look'  into a Fisher. And help make heat  bills a whole lot easier to live with  ^RENTALS  & Building Supplies  883-2585  Hwy 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd  An idea Canada is warming up to.  nsagr.-'#i>'  Some 16 half hardy annuals are listed in  the^pamphlet and again ea^ch is described  in Retail wltliparticulars of treatment for  ���bes��.vre$ults, .;',.,���.    '������,'���,  Biennials are plants that neejl two  seasonstocome'to fullmaturity, after  which, they ripen* and die. The general  practice is to sow them outside in May or  June, transplant them into rows and in the  fall set them out in their flowering  positions.  A dozen of these are listed in the  brochure witlyof. course description of  flower, growing habit and cultivation.  Finally there are perennials, these,  often called herbaceous border plants, go  on living year after year, new stems  growing up from the root system. Seeding  WetteiK gD'utQ4, uU4/ie<i-  "*'  ^ 'A '.(VMW.    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Frederick and his rented single-  engine Cessna disappeared on a night  flight off the southern Australian coast  14 days ago. He radioed air traffic  control in Melbourne that a long shiny  craft with four green lights was, in his  words, playing games with him. Then  -he-reported-thaWiis-engine-was-idling-  roughly.  Seconds later there was a metallic  sound from his radio and he and his  plane vanished.  Australian federal transport investigators still are stumped. Two  weeks after the incident not one clue  ned=up=to=indieat*Valentieh=was=     Angell  Fire hits as Iran oil  workers stay on strike  FIRE has caused $5 million worth of  damage to the offices of an American  construction cpmpany in Iran's sft|ke-  troubled oil-refinery region. The Fluor  Construction  Company,  based  in  Los  inerv   800  the victim of a normal light-aircraft  crash. .       . '  A week-long search by eight light  planes and an Australian Air Force  maritime reconnaissance plane found  no wreckage and no indication his plane  had plunged into the sea. A federal  investigating official says the incident ���  is a complete puzzle.  A - full-scale investigation ,is  now  ' under way into Valentich's background  and the history of] the plane.  Friends of the missing pilot���are-  continuing to search the area-where he ,  _disappeared,_and^U-ShipsjtndjLircrafL.  passing through the search zone.have  been asked to keep an eye open for  wreckage.  kilometres southwest of Tehran.  . American personnel put the fire out  after four hours. The cause of the blaze'  was not known, but Iran has been plagued  by months of riots and demonstrations  against the Shah and his reforms.  ' A strike by most of Iran's 37,000  refinery workers began Tuesday and has  cut oil exports by 60 per cent. Some employees are returning to work, and officials said production probably would  increase by the weekend.  Iran's national airline is. also strike  bound, and a member of Iran's opposition  National Front has called for a nation "wide  referendum to determine whether the  Iranian people want a change of regime.  Hostages held  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  to leave The Peninsula  for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with s'trahgers when thePeriirtsula friends are always"  available to give immediate.service 24 hours a day  Instanbul ��� Authorities in Turkey say  leftist prisoners held six. guards hostage  fpr five hours last week to protest the  escape of 13 rightists from their jail.x  The prisoners staged their protest after  13 men held for involvement in rightist  political violence escaped by mingling  with a crowd of visitors to the prison.  They finally freed their hostages when  the-authorities .promised to explain, how  the escape occurred, and to make some  improvements  in jail  conditions.  ��****"  SetvtKty tAe SctH&fcter @o#4t  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  DAN DEVLIN, Director  886-9551  Begin optimistic on  peace-pact progress  7777A NEWARK ��� IsraeU prfne mffiister    expected arid signals the final-stages of the  Menachem Begin said on Thursday that   peace treaty talks,  real progress was being made in talks with       Arab heads of state, split over how to0  peace treaty. HT said the accord would   Israel, met for less than an hour last week  AU SHARES  ANDDEPOSriS  GUARANTEED.  5(T6\5*  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES  w  State  soon-be ready for signing.  "Begin and U.S.~ Secretary of  Cyrus Vance called on President Jimmy  Carter after a meeting in New York. Both,  men said the meeting had enhanced the  prospects for the peace treaty.  Vance said almost-all *majpr issues  blocking a treaty have been solved. At a  news conference in Washington, Vance  added that a key objective now is to Start  ^hegotiatLonsjon_the_futurejc)fJhe^��iLupie^d_  GazaJStrjp and the-West Bank of the  Jordan   River/   The   "Camp    David ���  framework    envisions    Jordan   arid  Palestinian Arabs joining the~ Israelis and  Egyptians in such talks.  Meanwhile, two members of the  Egyptian delegation to the peace treaty  talks flew home for consultations with  -President-Anwar-Sadat.-The-rest of the -  delegation remained in Washington.^ U.S.  officials  say  %^EgypUarf.y[ecision^to;;  return home for Consultations .had been*.  in .Baghdad. It was the first working  session of their summit conference- The  leaders held intensive talks all defy in an  attempt to overcome their differences, but  sources said the consultations appeared to .-  have pushed the two sides further apart.  The sources say Saudi Arabia ���-  backed by most of its Persian Gulf allies ���  argued no action should be taken against  Egypt as long as the country insists its  peace talks with Israel are not aimed at  Teaching^a" s^paT^tF~peace^pact7~Iraqr~  SyriaTandothei' radical Arab states were  adamant that punitive action ��� including  an economic boycott ��� should be taken by  the summit meeting, against Egypt. ,.  1st, 1978  Take a step in the right  "direction. Take a few. - -  FitncivEnyour heart you khoVfi'jfright  -.5,  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of  Labour  CHEQUING ACCOUNTS  i     i    v   i    ' i  I  ll ll  Training Opportunity  Floorcovering  The Apprenticeship Training Programs Branch of the  B.C. Ministry of Labour is offering a pre-apprentlceship   course at Pacific Vocational Institute (Burnaby),  designed to prepare men and women for employment In  the Floor-covering trade.  Course Term:  From January 29 to May 11,1979.  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The three-day constitutional conference  has ended without any concrete  agreements about constitutional changes,  ~and-Prime-Minister-Pierre~Trudeau~saTd  the conference, would resume in_, early  February.  ������  Trudeau  failed to  convince  all  10  provincial premiers to accept a package  TJe^TS^IeiThelvahtMTo give~Canaaa its  own constitution with a realignment of  federal and provincial povpers^ t  During the final day on Wednesday, -  Trudeau said a way should be found to  allow Canada to amend its constitution.,  without consulting the BritishParliament.  At the same time, he said, negotiations  should continue on power redistribution.'  He was backed in that by New Brunswick,  Ontario and Manitoba.  Quebec premier Rene Levesque  strongly objected, saying he is willing to  negotiate only a new power-sharing  ajafeggement. He says he would consider  patrjating the 1867 constitution after that.  Prime Minister Trudeauhas.agreed to  shell out a little bit of federal power to the  provincial governments in return for their  Constitutional talks wind up for now  help in rewriting the constitution.  Trudeau told the provincial preihi^rs  he is prepared to launch a drive for a new  H^w^shafing^ein^tweel^  the provinces in seven areas. He said he is  hopeful a package of agreements can be  approved and discussed at the next  federal-provincial     conference      in  "February.  The areas open���for renegotiation include resources, communication,, family  law, spending and taxing authority and the  right of the national government to override provincial powers.  iff  Smce all ten premiers have been  ���pressing for new power structure talks,  Trudeau's move added a conciliatory tone  to the second day of discussions. On  Monday premiers had split on the question  of enshrining a list of human and language  rights in any hew version of the 18(||  British North America Act that serves as  the country's constitution.  constitutional reform in advance of next  year's federal election,  _ But the separatist premier agreed to  take part in the new round pf talks, saying  he planned to defend Quebec's interests.  In the power struggle between Trudeau  and Levesque, Trudeau appears to be.  . ,ahea,d_on_pQints.^terJhsJatesijcmm  The independence-minded Quebec  premier went into the round playing a kind  of political rope-a-dope, hanging back in a  low-key defensive posture. But the Prime  Minister flushed Levesque into the centre  of the ring and tagged him with primary  responsibility for blocking basic progress  on reforming the constitution.   __ Earlier, Quebec's. Levesque had said-  Trudeau's power-sharing announcement  was designed to suggest movement on  Tighter UIC  rules coming  OTTAWA ��� Legislation to cut  unemployment insurance- costs by $1.4  ���billion in two years was introduced in the  Commons last week. The bill proposes  tougher eligibility requirements for  claimants.  Under the legislation, about 249,000  individuals would no longer qualify for.  benefits and weekly benefits would be  reduced for all claimants. More costs of -  the program would be shifted from  governmentto the private sector.  High-income earners would repay 30  newspapers have begun producing I*1" cent of their benefits. The recovery  anotherjiewspaper.A-spokesmanforlthe���formula wojadjeqiurejepaymentJrom  New paper  Kits street  VANCOUVER  -   Striking   workers  from the Vancouver Province and Sun  v��  Funding probe sought  Victoria--NDP MLA Eileen Dailly  iis asking'Provincial Secretary Grace  McCarthy to make public details of all  grants made from the lotteries fund.  7  Mrs.  Dailly  has written to  the  minister. to_ say_.she!s_.con'cetnecLthat_  some; grants from the lotteries fund  hiay be inconsistent with theiintent^of  the Lotteries Act and the purposes of  ythesMestgniKA^^  Morraoi^  the names of the recipients.  The NDP member is asking Mrs.  McCarthy to make public the namesof  all those receiving lottery funds, the,  amounts involved and the location of  each project.  Mrs. McCarthy won't be. back from  _. England untU this week, so her rieaction^=  to Mrs. Damy'sletterwqn't be known  until" then, but it's-not-jexpected to be a  positive one. llie minister has already  said all lotteries jrants were made  ffpropferfy:'^^  . trying; to make political hay out of  nothing.  people with a net 1979 income higher than  $20,500, .excluding benefits.  i  Express drawn  More Western Express winning ticket  numbers were drawn last Wednesday,  Nov, 1. To qualify for $100,000 grand  prizes, tickets must have the same  number and series as those drawn.  ;    Winning numbers are 36806 in series 14,  Westminster Newspaper^Guild^-and- the���31022itLseri^J6,J9i99 in series 2,17423 in  strikers says the 250 reporters available to  the new paper, The Express, are an embarrassment of riches because they will  cover only metropolitan news.  The Express is expected to be  published three times a week and will sell  for 25 cents at newsstands and street  corners.  The Province appeared on Wednesday  morning, buta strike call to the 1,400 union  workers at Pacific Press halted work on  the evening Sun. The Vancouver^New  -Vancouver Printing Pressmen's Union  .went on strike ahout eight hours after the  strike deaidline_of niidnightiWfidnesday,  after negotiators reached an impasse on a  Jl^^)j^Y?_af��??Pien*;-  "^iM^rtagmg^dito^f;^^E:xpres^AlI^  Young says the new paper won't be a  mouthpiece- for the union side of the  Pacific Pressdispute.  series 5, and 89621 in series 17,  Tickets which have the same last five,  four-,-or three-digits as those drawn win  $1,000, $100 ahd $25 respectively.5  mmwLWGv  '  T?>  m  mianj*  pamicipacTionl  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.  Use 'Times'Adbriefs to Sell,  Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  3  10  12  15  8  11  14  1?  17.  20  23  .13  22  16  25  26  29  27  28  "21  30  18  TW ���r-:. ;.���:,'. ���.-.-..���..������  1 KISS YOU (All Ovor)  .Exile  2 SHE'S ALWAYS A WOMAN    ..Billy Joel  3 RIGHT DOWN THE LINE .........  .Gerry Rafferty  4 BACK IN THE U:S.A..,., 7         _JJ.inda.Ronstadi-  5 WHENEVER I CALL YOU FRIEND   Kenny Loggins'  6 TOOK THE LAST TRAIN ' ..���������;������.���.....������..., .David Gates  7~^EASrdFBURDENT7TT7^TT77r.... ^^777niIIZirrriZ^Rol1Tng5Tdnes  8 HOT CHILD IN THE CITY .. .-.,     Nick Gilder  9 ROUND, ROUND WE GO, ; '    .-.���.. ��� ��� .^.v ��� ���....Trooper  10 HOW MUCH I FEEL ....;.. 7^.-.Ambrosia  11 JOSIE       SteelyDan^  12 FOOL (If You Think It's Over) .'..*,.*     Chris Rea  13 MAGNET& STEEL .           ��������� Walter jEgan  14 FLYING ��� '. ��� ��� .Prism  15 I JUST WANNA STOP ........ ���<��� ��� ������������ ��� ��� ��� Gino Vannelli  16 WHOAREYOU.............:;       TheWho  17 STRAIGHT ON ...... ���  He9r,  18 DON'T WANT TO LIVE WITHOUT IT    PabloCruise  19 DON'T LOOKBACK  h Boston  20 DOUBLE VISION .....          ..;..........Foreigner  21 ALL I SEE IS YOUR FACE ...    ....:..... ......  Dan Hill  22 I Wttfc-PfeAY A RHAPSODY '. ��� .Burton Cummings  23 STRANGE WAY ........  ,     ��� .Firofall  24 TIME PASSAGES ..:. ���.. i:.....kX.      Al Stevyart  = 25 vALIVE AGAIN  r...;v....,.;;.........r.... rv. .--v.-:-.-.     : .. . . v /Chicago  26 READYTOTAKEACHANCEr..-.. ......... Barry Manilow  27 REMINISCING ........ r. r^^^^-r^^r^H~^;~^^^  28 NEVER BE THE SAME        ��� Chilliwack  29 HOLLYWOOD NIGHTS ........  .....���������. Bob Seger  ^t^sBROMisEyp^ssS^^   ...x..xxxmxyyy7yx,y.,xxyy^XtX7&s&3sm^^-  VICTORIA���The provincial govern?  ment will make a decision this week on  providing���financial  aid-to  the-floods ~  -stricken Terrace area.------���,.:;-���-'-���"���  :   Economic Development Minister Don.  Phillips said cabinet has been briefed and  has dispatched a team of mvestigatorslo'  7surve^TtHe^damage7~    ~~X7y~X.   Phillips said the investigators will do a  ���24-hour assessment as soon as the rain  stops. He says there is a least $5 million to  $10 million dollars in highway damage that  will have to be repaired.  ��� <   Highway   Minister   Alex   Fraser  *-^hh������"- ���^mXIK^* ^>  recommended that a state of emergency  be declared in the area, and Phillips said  cabinet would deal with the recommendation once it had received the investigators' report. He said last week that  ^the-decision~probably- would be~ made-y  today (Monday).  On Thursday a diver failed to find two  Canadian National Railways employees  who went into .^the rain-swollen Skeena  River east of Terrace when a saturated  railbed gave. way. The . two men are  missing and presumed drowned.  The two were on a four-car work train.  The caboose and engine were uncoupled  and went into, the river when the railbed  collapsed, and two other men escaped with  cuts and bruises.        ,.  Divers liave searched the sumbcrged  caboose and engine without success. CNR  said on Thursday it planned to get cranes  ipto tho urea during the weekend to haul  the carp from tho water, but they would  have to wait until the ground was moro  firm.  . Forty-six-ycar-old Francisco  Mastrolnnnl died on tho way to hospital  after belnK pulled fn/m the - wreckage.  Flfty-two-year-old Efrem Vlolato died of a  heart attack, during rescue operations.  There will bean Inquest Into Mastrolnnnl's  death.  Meanwhile, mil union officials have  accused B.C. Hall of disregarding safety  nnd not properly maintaining equipment  nnd facilities.   ' >  Noel Hubbard, former northern  chairman of the JJnltpd Transportation  U|)lon, says iho union has been telling  railway management plnco 1907 thnt  mudslides In the Terrace area would  eventually result In death.  However, B.C. Rail operations  manager Norm McPherson labels the  comments cheap .shots.  , Hubbard says numerous mudslides  have taken place In the area In the past,  but tho conipany makes only tho ropulrs  necessary to get trains through. But  McPherson, snys tho company Is Improving the line nnd has" two full-time,,  safety employees.  Reports havo Indicated Uiat the accident thnt caused tho death of the CNR'  crow was not the result of a slide,  Prlmo Rotall or Olflco Spaco to  bo constructed In Lowor Gib-  i -���lonomtj  Contact GEORGE GIANNAKOS  aftor 3:00 p.m. ��� 806-2268.  The fifth in a series of MB reports:  bw'^^jl^^v^^  Only God can  a tree."  team.  '*''.������  A"team6f~MB scientistsaTrd'eTF^  vironmental specialists tonducts  detailed ecological surveys of  fore&t���areas before harvesting.  Based on their findings, we develop tutting plans that ensure  the protection of fish, wildlife,  watersheds, recreation and other  important forest values.  \  But rrian cdn help make a better  tree. That's one of the things  we're up to these days. Learning  new ways to help nature grow  trees faster and better in the  forests we manage.  The "plus" tree.  Clones of superior trees known  as "plus trees" have been established in our seed orchards near  Nanaimo. MB researchers are  nbw developing improved strains  using t^  The resulting seed will be used  in our plantations to produce  timber stands having Ihe m9St  desirable characteristics.  Intensive cUItivation.  Our foresters, scientists and tech-  nitians are stimulating both the x Scientific management is help-  growth and the yield of young     ing MacMillan  Bloedel  make  Product research,  MacMillan Bloedel scientists are  also developing new forest products and improving existing  ones. They're also working on  ways to cut costs and reduce environmentalhazards: We're  learning how to extract more  value, from each log we harvest,  by using the waste from one product as the  raw  material, for  ahother.       y  .,.������...j,,.,���, ���_,,���..���.,������,  And you.  , ��<>*"fA'  forests through fertilization,  thinning and spacing techniques.  When each new forest is planted,  its progress is recorded in detail.  We're gathering a steadily increasing pool of knowledge,  who'll we'lluse toJmpmMC the���  i trees in fqtyre plantations.  n  moixv prbduQtive use of every  acre of forest land we manage.  The bottom line as far as you're  concerned is not just jobs and  incomes for your generation.  It's also forests that will continue  to yield abundant crops  in your children's time. 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'���  ;'  ���, \-    i I    "  ' ; " "��� mwrnrnm ' >  The Pemnsula^T^^  Section B Wednesday, November 8,1978 Pages 1-8 _  Section B  Volunteer workshop  unqualified success  lt^as-an^excitirig"dayi:6f^e=2^  \  PHOTOGRAPHER June Boe Captures the look of total involvement of  volunteers Eileen Cavalier and Marie  Volunteer Helpline  Ballard at the Volunteer Workshop  held recently on the peninsula..  ticipants who attended the Volunteer  Workshop jointly sponsored and organized  by Continuing Education and the Volunteer Bureau. People left feeling stimulated &  and feeling as though the workshop had  really enriched their lives.  Therese Egan, Co-ordinator of  Volunteer Programs for the North Shore  Family Services has a real gift for helping  to make people feel good about themselves  and feel good about the .-people around  them. At the workshop she was able to  draw the participants into a cohesive and  responsive group. Representatives from  Pender-Harbour; Sechelt,. Davis Bay_and_  Gibsonsrmost-of-whom-did-not-know-each-  other,-gathered-togefher -to learn more  Volunteer Bureau have decided to  organize a half day workshoprto be held on  November 30. We are really excited that  Elizabeth Brown has agreed to.lead this  event for us. She will focus on the practical  side of communicating and helping other  people. To register or to get added information .about this workshop, please  contact the Volunteer J^ureau at 885-3821  or Continuing Education at 885-3512.  Elphinstone plan  committee set  to call for volunteers  How " encouraging to see people  responding to the voluntary needs of < the  community. In response to opportunities  discussed in the past weeks in this column,  people have called to offer their services to  drive people, help in the schools, assist the  elderly with outside work, be a special  friend and to'-read, to the elderly with sight  problems. These are just a few areas in  which people are volunteering their ser-  vicestor Others iffWe Siffishine CdastT '  77' Drivers are-desperately needed -to  drive elderly ojrhandicapped people tothe.  Adttlt^Bay^r^n-GibsonsTHpiieni  'taken to the Kin Hut about 9:30 and are  returned home about 2:30. Presently the  program is held on Tuesday and Thursdays but plans are to expand this; to include -Monday and Wednesdays. Drivers  are also needed in Pender Harbour to'  transport people to the clinic and also; to  Sechelt for bccasionalhiedical appointments. The longer the list of Volunteers willing to drive people, the greater  can���be the sharing of JhislrKpgnslbiUly,  The Volunteer Bureau is currently  looking for someone to help in the office to  answer phones and to assist with some  typing. Have you a couple hours a week to  volunteer your services?  Wilson Creek is looking for someone tp  organize-and supervise a Friday night-  activity night for families. All the facilities  are there but there'is no one yet who has  offered his or. her talents to provide this  oppjortunity for family activity., j If you  enjoy young people and wish t to see  another activity established for them,  perhaps you are the person who could run  this program.  Teachers have only so much time and  energy   to   devote   to   your   children.  Volunteer teaching assistants can really  make the difference in helping to offer the  best programs. Have you a few hours each  week to help a teacher with crafts or listen  to'a child read. Madeira Park Elementary  is most anxious for some help. Other  schools on the coast are also looking for  assistance. 1  ���^-There-are still mMy^elderly-orihanv-  dicapped people vwi^3ov^^^enjpy���  sending" spina time sociallyjswtii2ifew^  acquaintances. Some need assistance with  reading, some waujd like to get out for a  itpssomer^ufe  games   and   all   would   enjoy   having  ~ The Settiement^laETCommittee  Areas E and part of Area F has had its  first meeting. Comrnkteivmembers are:  Bill Douglas, Dan Wheeler^Lorella Hay,  Ray Chamberlin, Joan "Park, Shirley  Macey, Bernie Parker, Dick Derby, Jim  . Gurney and Sheila Kitson.  The committee would like to expand the  include two new members from Area  E. Any interested people can submit their  names to Robyn Addison at the Regional  DistrictOffice, 885-2261.   .  all of Area E from t^cemetery to the  ���GiJbsiin&^illage bbundary^anttpart of Area  F from the village-boundary to include  about a "helping relationship".  The group discussed the reasons why a  person volunteers and some focus was  given to the needs of our community, both  present and future. The volunteer of the  70's contributes effectively in our community. When considering the area in  which volunteers offer their services, it is  much more beneficial to all involved,  when the volunteers' own needs are  recognized.  Much discussion center  helping other:pedple: TJ^grqup:looked;at~  the   characteristics--ofv"a ~belping~  Tel^rorishippPrtrctter^wasngiveTi "in-  ^^im one^mght handle a grm* ..^flftatoson-LaiidingiThe area is slightly  situation.Jtwas^essed,^^  Sub-regional Plan' by its inclusion of  someone listen to them. Have ypu a free  afternoon in which you could volunteer . ���,..  your'time to brighten the life of another Jx  bne sblUtidj* fSpItehHling  a   prdblem_  situation, but on^ must Be^ aware of the  dimensions of the situation. Working in  the participants practiced some"  irs,  person?   Volunteer- opportunities exist in all  parts of the Sunshine Coast. If you have  any questions or would like to investigate  the eJdsting areas where^volunteers are  needed, please call tjje^olunteer Bureau  at885-3821.  communication 'skills   -   listening,  paraphrasing; ^and  describing  feelings  expressedjvhile a person talked,   'ky  The days events gave all involved  added insight into volunteering, and  helping other people in the community. ;  -^Since.tharesponseloihis^orkshQpjwas,  Williamson Landing. !���   .  ^ The committee intends to meet every  second-Monday starting October. 30 to  produce the first* draft of the Official  Settlement Plan. All members of the  community are invited to contact any of  the representatives tp discuss^ areas of  particular concern for consideration by  the planning committee. Any comments or  questions are welcome. :���;'  r.  CAA^  T\  Garden Club  officers elected  The Sechelt Garden Club elected officers November 1 for 1979, with Eric  Huskins as presdient; Allan Pollock vice- .  president; Lou Wilson, secretary; Colin  Cole, treasurer; and directors: Nancy  Read, Tam Johnson and Jack McLeod.  This club is a member of the B.C.  Council of Garden Clubs and makes  regular contributions to the council's  Scholarship Fund.  A question and answer period at every  meeting helps members solve many of  their garden problems, thus fulfilling one  of the prime objectives of the club.  The program feature this money was a  demonstration of arrangements by Car- ,  men Grassle, Members we're treated to a  display of artistic wizardry as Mrs.  Grassle fashioned a number of beautiful  arrangements made more remarkable by  the fact that sho used materials found  close to her back door. Pieces of driftwood; the green leavos and berries of the  arbutus and holly; the fall, colors of  bracken and Saskatoon, and some flower  blooms still alive from hor garden wero  featured ln tho display. While the club's  interest lies essentially with real plant life,  she showed somo pre-arranged Christmas  decorations using artlflcnl flowers combined with llvo material to fashion  boautlful table decorations. ���    ''.  Winner <?f the raffle prize������ a beautiful.,  nrrangoment  of  course  ���  yvns   Suo  Chenier. Sue will )ioad up tho committee to  plan the dinner and entertainment at the,  Christmas Party on December fl, which  will conclude this year's successful activities. ��� Jack Mnclxjod  Local girl to  sing Joan of Arc  I.yit Vernon, a lotihl girl and daughter  of Mr. nnd Mr^JVW. 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''    ,   y  11, _gL  1  =��:  PHONE  885-3231  Page B-2    The Peninsula Times      Wed, Nov 8,1978  1   CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Deaths,    Card  Work Wanted  For Rent  Boats and Engines       por Sale  FoTSair  -ForSate"  Published Wednesdays"by  ��*��<?2��T.he-PeninsukiJ  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Se,chelt, B.C.  -Established 1963  In  3 Pimm,.  ��� Engagement  of    Thanks,  Marr-  Natices  are   $7.00  -y  7300 Copies Distributed     ,  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words:)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions -.". $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)   60c  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  'Legal or Reader  per agate line.  advertising. 30c  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  aftef that. _Eaur words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take'regular classified rgtes.    .  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  i  Subscription Rates: -  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00.yr.  Outside Local Area $8.00vyr.  U.S.A. ..r. $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Single Copies ....' 15c ea.  JOURNEYMAN    Shipwright  seeks work.  Exp.  in  all  aspects boatbuilding;  house  carpentry & cabinet ��� work.  =Rehable4woEkeivj:eas~-rates.-  For free est, & professional  job, call Allan May, 885-5765.  4578-tf  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 YOU EXPECT  PROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed  ���service ?-  HALFMOON   BAY, 3 bdrm,  larg^   kitchen,   modern  house. Stove & fridge, oil  furnace, split bathroom. No  -degsfplease.--885-3frl4=v42U-52-  26 FT. REINELL sailboat. 3  sails,    trailer,    15    hp  Evinrude..$9,900. 886-9984  4967-tfn  FISHER woodburjning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  & C Electronics.' ^ - -4855-tfn  PHIL'S second hand store.  Buy & sell used furniture &  misc. Cowrie St., Sechelt. 885-  3835 eves. 4248-52  HEADWATER MARINA LTD  Good winter moorage  1.25 per foot -  20 ton marine ways  DRYLAND STORAGE  Down Narrows Rd.   -  Madeira Park  883-2406 24 hrs.  4900-tfn  "_ T5,_6"~Sidewing Hourston       Glasscraft (new) $3,000  m noir Tn e���i,flH ^w���,���    ��� 42' Sailboat "Sea Falcon1'  %!I0SWf!te   (unrigged ferrocement)      -  3 bdrm apt., full fenced-in   v"   6& |35 qqq  18' Sabrecraft, 140 Mefc  ROBERTS CREEK,, mod. 3  bdrm home, semi-wf,  Heatilator fp, w-w, storage &  laundry, carport, fridge,  fetove, drapes. Resp. people  onlyjRefs. $300 per mo. 886-  2427. a 4216-52  WATERFRONT  house  for  rent. Ph. evenings 886-9079.  4220-52  yard, fridge & stove incl., $225  per mo. Please apply ip  writing to Box 1340, Sechelt:  AvaU. Dec. 1,1978.       4222-50  -Announcements  Personal.  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  ^Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm,, WilsonjCigek Community  ~nH5]T88��2896 or 885^3394. 4816-  tf  ���  . V.,x, ���...;��� ���,  WANT TO GET  OUT OF  THE RUT?  ' A four-week seminar  on the  BASIC PRINCIPLES .".  will foe held in Room 110,  Elphinstone Secondary School  at "7:30 p;m; Nov. 13th-20th-  ^^Tttelfefs^^istottpn^fee^  X7'���'-"$5v-'For further mfGriiiation  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  the Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office.       1473-tfn  ' -  ���-������ ��� --; : ', : ���u  A.4  INTERESTED in anyone ass  companion flying to Renov.  leaving Dec. 28.885-2998. 4217-  50  Help Wanted  EMPLOYMENT opportunity  in Northern Alberta.  Required immediately for  sour -gas plant; ^experienced  -^ai^t^anes^���^afi  ordmator,  ���Fair estimates?  ___Theagiye us a call:  PEERLESS~~  TREE SERVICES LTD.  885-2109  ���_: ..._y,77y7y^A.:7SMfa:  For Rent   ,  FOUR BDRM- house,- full  bsmt., Selma Park. Refs.  req. 885-3855.. 4005-tfn  FOR RENT:  Wilson Creek  Community Hall.   Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  3691-tf  2 BDRM  mobile  home  on  TRAILER  spaces   in  West  Sechelt.    1    doublewide  ~24lc40-singesr885-20'F9r���4224-  tfa        : .���-.���������';������'  2 BDRM house on 2 acre lot in  Wilson Creek. References^  required. 435-3536 or 884-5341.  4226-52  3BDRMliou��e Roberts Creek.  View,      quiet      street.  References, please. $325. 885-  3400. -4227--5Q-  3 BDRM HOUSE. ..VA bath.  Garden Bay Estates; $400  incl.utility: 776-2666 aft. 6 pm.  coUect. . - <    4231-52  foremariy^mainS  tenance man, warehouseman,^  private lot, $17,9 per mo; 926-    ���������--���������=���;���*-������������:���- '���������'.,..   ��� ,.._      ^,  .$4,900  ��� 17' K & C Thermbglas, 115  -hp Evinrude__^~_... JJ|2,80D_  2>     Winterizing &  Boat Moving.  Immediate Repair Service  TTJaySaiysefc  GARDEN BAY MARINE  SERVICES LTD.    ;  Sinclair Bay Rd.        *  883-2722 or  nights 883-2602  ..;....; i ,;,.���,���,...���._..,,. 4242-tfn  Motorcycles  78 KAWASAKI 100 G5Endbro  1,600 mi., $600:883-9084.  ,.-,.������:   -       ,       4207-50  Livestock   ..  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,'  Maternity .Clothing, 'New &  Nearly     New'.      Encore ���  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr.-, W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5.      > 4457-tf  2 STUDDED winter tires on  rims,  size G78 x 15. Fit  Buick., Excellent cond., $55.  885-2037. 4243-50  HERITAGE STOVE, 43"  Hx22x.22 wide' coal or  wood heater ^"Jubilee Circulator" yyith water pan.  Heavy cast,, brick lined. Good  cond., $200.885-9347.     4245-52  2 MICHELIN15 SR-13 studded  snow tires and 1 summer,  $40; double cement laundry  iWegs^25f-pu^h_mowerj_  $10; AGS turntable, $50.-885-  3876. " 4247-50  ���  SEWING MACHINE  REPAIRS  Overhaul, Tuneups,  ft ChemicalWash,Parts for  all makes  All Work Guaranteed  21 Years Experience  - Phone Steve at-w -������  885-2691 .  4lSB-tfn  R.V. RENTALS  Vacation the unhassled way.  Campers fully  equipped  &  heated & insured.'  $70 per week  We have added to our fleet 21'  Winnebago Motor Home.  Superbly equipped.  $200 per week  plus l,flc a mile  CB Marine Package  Includes CB radio, 7' whip, PA  loud speaker.  $134.95  (also  =sold=gepagately h -�� -  HOUSE  CONTENTS  'Nov. 11,  885-2600  .anytime  Prentis Enterprises  * 884-5240  5000-46  NORTHERN ��� Heatliner  fireplace. Heats your home  with fresh air from outside.  33", $340. Also have larger  size. 885-2615. 4137-50  1 ENTERPRISE oil range; 1  electric stove, 24".885-9564.  4129-50  23  CU.  FT.  freezer,   good,  cond., $125.886-7924. 4133-50  Legal Notices  I WILL not be responsible for  =^nyfdeb^4ncurred-brFrancis-  Tamilin   as   of  this   day,  garage  saleTSat.,"Nov. 11, noon to  six. Stove, fridge, freezer,  .washer* jljyer,.��� ..small ^appliances, ��� furnishings, curtains, Odds & sods. Anderson  Realty Sign, Davis Bay Hill.  885-3323. - 4209-50  MOVING SALE. Deep freeze.  886-8073.' 4210-50  -: 2417:0^86-9636;-  ::4232*52S  16% FT. Fiberglass boat with  80 hp Merc; ;~1 canoer tent!  t^ler^QQ^uefe^nfewi  -RONHUGGINS"  886-9792  :12^flBteraaintena^  "4214-50  field maintenance  Phone Denifaye  Ltd., (403) 956-3774.  .laborers.  Holdings  ���4182-50  Obituary  LEWISl Passed away October  ��� 31, 1978, Frank Townsend  Lewis, late of Gibsons. Survived .by nephews Michael  Lawrence and David Lewis in  "England arid^manyfriends  in this area. Funeral Mass  was celebrated Friday,  November 3 by Reverend Tom  Nicholson at St. Mary's  Catholic Church, Gibsons.  Interment Seaview Cemetery.  Devlin Funeral Home,  Directors. 4218-50  RELIABLE      experienced  person -*to - occasionally  babysit infant. Wilson Creek  furn;TottaBer$H5 pfer-moH  885-2766. 4139-50  GIBSONS furn'd, bachelor  accom. for .quiet, mature  working man. 886-7267. 4155-50  area. 885-3671,  4H&fflU_EQU��  THOMPSON:   Passed  away  October 29,  1978, Herbert  William  Thompson, late  of        ...   ......      ���  ~Gibsohsfnn^his-94th^^^  Survived  by a .number  of '   "'   i_      ""  MEN & WOMEN to sell Tri-  Chem Liquid Embroidery.  The versatile hobby for the  whole family. 885-3363 or 885-  35V6.     " "., 4151-50  ! !HELP GREENPEACE  Help!! Sellers urgently  needed for ttie Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money! -Save life! !Unimportant Notice!! During the  -mail strikeI Greenpeace 'Go  Any where', lottery ticket&will  Set  up  Trailer Park,  Ph. 885-2600.  BDRM mobile home,  in   West  Sechelt  Ref. required,  tfri  relatives and friends. Funeral  services were held Thursday,  November 2 at Devlin Funeral  Home, Gibsons, Reverend  E.f. Dinsley officiated. Interment Hatzic Cemetery.  ;      ��� ik ���������-; 4219-50  FERGUSON: Marie Barbara  (Enders)'of New Westminster on October^ 26,. 1978,  aged 74. Predeceased by her  husband Frank, survived by  her loving family, son Peter of  New .Westminster, daughter  Francis Westergaard of  Prince Rupert, Joan Wall of.  Sechelt, Helen Smith of  Placentia, California; 5  grandchidren; 4 sisters and 4  brothers. Memorial service  was held October 30 in the  Boal Chapel, North Vancouver. Arrangements were  made through the. Memorial  "Society of B.C. 1241-50  Volunteers. The number to call  in this area is: 898-5851 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 736-  0321.      * 4921-tfn  Work Wanted  Use Times Adbriefs I  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and, Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.;  Concrete leakage problems.  Seepage or high, pressure  leaks. '  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125   '  after 7 p.m.,  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn^  FULLY QUALIFIED  ELECTRICIAN  i~.... Fret Estimates - ���  886-2546  4060-tfn  1   BDRM   W-F   fully   furn..  cottage, $225 per mo. Avail.  immed. 883-9098.  '     4737-tfn  DUPLEX Davis-Bay. l,blkr  from school, .2 bdrm, no  appliances. Avail, immed.  $200,885-9719. *4951-tfn  EXECUTIVE  House  Apartments      now      renting.  Overlooking" Gibsons Har-  ~bour:^37-deluxe l*&^~bdrm-  suits. Featuring controlled  front entrance,, colored appliances, cablevision,  panoramic .view,; extrg^-  spundproot"siitt���s, drapes, v/--  ' w carpets. Rents from $230.'  Inquire at 886-9593 aft, 5 p.m.  , ;     4072-tfn  WHY RENT? Nos, 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 Apart-,  ^ mehts. 1, 2 & 3' bdrm apts.  Reas.   rent,  , Incl.v heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  >'���'*. ' 4121-tfn  r1  i  I 4  \w   y       i        \      i ,'v  '        '   '   \  \  t7?\7.^,j��M7^^  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ���'"���"'������"������'I'  I  I  I  :vD'.*Zl.\  i  ....���������^,..|.���.  i  i  i  'i  i  Lm  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  f'llnl ynui'nil In Iho niuffe  moid,  , Du ��uio lo luovn n blnnh tpoco nllor until  Ihroo linoilt J3.15, tntl; iiddllionnl Una Ii 60c,  Tnk�� orlxanlag* of our >p��clal tavliifli,  ��� Rim your n;l twlco ��� lh�� l(ilrd tjm�� It FRBE, )  ��� If you pay for yr >rr ad th* Saturday b��tor�� publication you got a  tlUcounl -2 He for 1 ln����rtlon ���SOelor 3,  Mall ui your nd, or drop It offi ���.  ,       In Socholt al Iho Ponlmula Tlmo�� Ofllco  '.'        In Glbtont at Iho Athu|u�� Troo  the Peninsula Times Classifieds  GIBSONS 3 bdrm suite. Avail  immed., $200 per mp, 581-  0024. 4187-51  SUNNY, modern 3 bdrm  ( house, full bsmt, FP, carpets, 'drapes, fenced yard.  West Sechelt. $350 per mo. 885-  9333. 4191-51  I l' BDRM apartments ln  I Sechelt. Fridge & stovo  I included. $175 - $245. Call  J. Haydenf885-2283;       - 4190-tf  ! SECHELT: 3 bdrm home, (4th  j   in full bsmt) $375.  I SECHELT: 2 bdrm non-bsmt,  I    $225.  I REDROOFFS RD.;  2 bdrm  J non bsmt, $250.  j Available now.  , References  GORDON AGENCIES  ����5-20i:i  885-9305 evos.  ��� p ���>- ��,-��. -    41(10-40  Box 310 Sochelt, B.C, x  V0N3A0  CLASSIFICATION  i  l2��  60e  60��  m  Nofmo  Adrlf��ii  ^T    '   'i'K'm.i^1''��^7'l  a."  4'  "  Modern 2 bdj'm homo with  dinlngroom, laundry room,  enrpeted throughout, onsulto,  fireplace, appliances, heat &  light Included. Gowor Point  area, $325 per month.  3 bdrm family homo In CJ lb-  sons. Fireplace and carpeted,  $325 per month.  Newly decorated two bedrm  suite In lowqr Gibsons, Appliances included, bright nnd  cheery with boautlful vlow of  tho harbor; $230 per month,  Ranclrat Pender Harbor - 2  bdrm homo, near now barn,  pasture all fenccd'and ready  lo use, $300 per mohth.  2 bdrm, % bsmt homo on r  acro In Roberts' Creok. Stovo  Included. Only $250 pcf rponth  v.V-'f^.'ukr ������-'���yl"w��<*,M��4*rww "'  ���-"������������ V**-.. '--or  Wanted^RFRertf -^ -  RESPONSIBLE      couple  looking for small 2 bdrm  house.'Roberts Creek-Sechelt.  Enjoy gardening. 886-9477.  4223-50  WANT TO rent garage to store  car for winter months. 885-  9747. ���:,; ���.;..������ 4228-52  j?eal Estate  SELMA PARK    ,  3 bdrms upstairs, full  basement, with rec. room; &  extra bdrm downstairs. Good-  view. Nicely landscaped &  fenced. Reduced to $49,900.  885-3855  ��� :,:.,���������:.A y ���������-.  4074-tfn.i  ^rPENIJE R iHARBX) UR A  Charming,   peaceful,  secluded large view lot near  lake  &'*' sea.   Southern   exposure.   Paved   rd.,   city  -amenities. $10,000 terms, 8  pct.'int. Ph. Mrs. Walker, 885-  2998 or 768-5659. 497,1-50  AAobile Homes *.  12x48 2 bdrm Moduline,  $7,800 no dp; 12 x 68 3 bdrm  Gendall, $10,400, no dp. 926-  1024 aft. 5:30 p.m.        4786-tfn  12 x 64' BENDIX mobile  home. 3 bdrm, galley kit-  Chen, oil heat, occupied 2 mo.,  immac. ,cbnd. Asking $16,500'  furn., unfurn. negotiable. 885-'  5301 aft. 5 p.m. . 4156-50  CarS and Trucks  '74. DODGE* pickup  D200,  ���J6,0OOml.-886-9816....... 4201:51  f'ORD SUPERVAN V8 auto.'  CompL camperized, raised  roof, many extras, $3,500.885-  5436. 4160-51  '72 F-250 radio, tape deck,  asking $1,295.885-9588. 4166-  51 "  '72 JLUE TRC,. 48,000  ml.  Good running order, $2,800.  80(1-7995,880-2207,885-3885. '  4107-61  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  sorvlco, 4024-tfn  '71  ROADRUNNER,   High  performance  383   ong.,- 4  spd., exc, cond. 885-3466 aft. (J.  4125-50  WDATSUNOIO, 48,000^mlics.,  $l,0006|io. 083-2247. ^,4132-00  ���72 DODGE COLT. Automatic,  good tires, clean, $950. 885-  , 9027. 4144-50  .Farrier*. Hans  BereeFis'^dmffiiT^iCBM^^i^^  cSSISiSl^sgt   ^ndrl9"c61orW;883^  375^-,^-r. --.-���-���--.������: MUin  4212-52  DR. NICK KINDER  is available for veterinary  work every Monday, Practice  limited to horses only.  For appointment  please call:  ���  EQUINE VET  CENTRE  112-530-5344 (Langley)  or Diana Starbuck  886-9739  4213-tfn  9 YR: OLD mare Palomino-  Arab cross, 15.1 hands,  . experienced rider, $350. Ph.  483-9664. 7645-52  Lost  HANDKNIT   navy  ^^cardigan.^efti at^  Creek   Community  Reward. 885-5054.  lady's  nWilson_  "Halir  4208-50  2 SKIDDERS, $4,000 & $5,000;  1 Ford Bronco, $500; also  high  lead   blocks.   Osborne  Logging, 885-9767. 4221-50  KROEHLER sofa  &  chair,  black Naugahyde tuxedo  style, $300,885-9359.      4225-50  STOVE, good working order,  $50; Complete weight���set,:  bench, dumbells, barbells, 250  lb. weight, $100.886-7442. 4229-  50     '  1 NEW horizontal oil furnace,  109,000 btu; hr. new propane  stove; used bathtub, sink &  doors. 885-2100. 4233-52  AUTOMATIC washers, start  at $404, during MACLEODS.:  - carload appliance sale. *  :^~y^X:A^^X^yxyy_jm$��  SPLIT ALDER wood, % cord  ...loads . delivered ,on  weekends, $30.883-2536.   4192-  :51..-"..  LOWREY ELECTRIC organ,  $1,250; diamond ring &  wedding band from estate,  $475 value, asking $350; Land  210 camera, $50; drill press  with 25 drills, $180.885-3140. .  ���"X-J     ������- -4194-51  FISHE^R'WOo^burning* stoves,  for sale at A.C. Rentals,  Hwy 101 # Francis? Peninsula"  Rd. 883-2585. 4199-51  KUSTOM KASINO amp &  speakers. 6 speakers per  column, plus 3 shure mikes,  $600.886-2365 or 885-3647. 4159-  51  PROPANE hot water tank.  . Electric dryer, 885^5424.  4162-51  November 8, .1978. ,  4967-tf       ! ^WillianiTamilin  4237rPub. SPT November 8,  1978.  Use 'Times' Adbriefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy,.  Swap etc.  FOR SALE  3 ��� bdrms upstairs, full  baseifient w/rec rhn and extra  pKriTpdox^starfsiSGood^iew  in Selma Pk. Nicely "land-  sca^d.jijid. fenced.  Reduced to $49,900"  885-3855  GOLD WOOL blanket on Oct.  ,  30 in Gibsons area. 886-7442.  4230-50  Wanted to Buy   ������  2 WINDOWS 8' x 6'; 1 window  5' x 6'; large sliding glass  door. 885-2037.' 4244-50  WANTED. Lady's Writing  desk, preif. with bookcase  top.  Also  very  small  non-  working freezer. 885-9280.  .. ���   4128:50  ALDER,    $50    per    cord,  delivered. 885-2452.    4236-52  OLD PORCELAIN bathtub on  legs, $100 obo. 885-3818. 4238-  50  Woodburn Stoves  &Fuel Lfd.  Wood stoves . by FisHer,  Lakewood, Sedore Valley,  Comfort - and Findlay.  Distributors in Western  Canada of.the Kerr Scbtsman-  dnd Kerr Titan wood fired,  boiler. Dealers inquiries invited! Northern. Heatliner arid  Shaw -'Zero      Clearance.  Wood/oil  furrtaces.  Insulated^  pipe; accessories and fittings  110   Fell   Avo.,  North   Vancouver  987-0811 '."  DRESS  .:!::  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  TV-FM antenna with chimney  mount & lots of line. B&W-  TV ih good working cond.  Rollaway cot frame & regular  cot frame. Offers-885-3671.  ,  4239-50  LENNOX electric furnace, 25  kw with cable, $350 obo. 886-  9275 Sat. & Sun. 4240-52  CIconllpVoufAcI  Pitch-ln78  ~^  .74 ECONOLINE  van  club  wagon, ps, pb, auto.; $3,400  4145-50  '00 PLYMOUTH Uoadrunneri  005-90:16,    ,      .       4205-50    f_   _  '73 VOLVO std.,,good cond.,  all options, $2,000 obo. 085-  2��17or005-5��f)7.  4200-62  Poilnl Cod*  WI No,  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  W  IVMf- v'n.  in ..������.!Z.Ju<  FIVE  L78 x 15  Special rtfi n  CENTURYWES'L,  nKALRSTJffE'  TBLTDit,   '  tires, SujKJr  set. Ph. B85-  4234-50  ,  Boats and Engines ~;^Li  (iwbi;  085-3271  4246-50  .20' SWiUCJE MAST. wlUillxed  hardwaro, Exc; cond. $350.  885-9033. 4127-50  For Quick Nututti  Ui*Tlm*tAdbrl��fil  18'   K&C,  ���   complete  3127.  140  With  Merc  /I-O,  trailer. 885-  4^15^2  �� >i(U.uvw��J-*t *������� Sf-fot-1-4 pi\    nuc'  ')'.  ���fl^l*J>j6��, ^JM-fS^SBsWi1 5~  ���"i-mwAapfitmwwiJiM* �� ".#  'd  kf  ./���  /   "-N, ./   <   V  '������I  I     X   Ii!   ���        [if  L -  I;  Afl.U��l^..  Wednesday. November 8.1978  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  Olli Sladey  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  y  HOMES  GARDEN     BAY,    ESTATES,  . $56,000. _���;'"..  Price reduced on this 3 BR rancher,  built 1975. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport & storage. Landscaped' lot.  Excellent home for retirement ��� no  stairs. $56,000.  GUiFtflEW ROAD  ��� Madeira   Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3"  new  appliances,   fireplace.   $95,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3  BR cedarTiome, built 1975. View and'  many extras. $105,000.  Housing  S:  Most builders set out to fill  a voy in themarkfetplace, but  ;fecaus6'oft]$  ^^(ff^Poffi^rr'buiiderV  Ongihi|rappUcktions until the  tablet  the marketplace has  often  changed. Costs ris�� annually,  municipalities impose higher  and more costly-standards,  financing rates incerease .. .  so often by the time a house is  On the market it costs much  more   than   the   original  ���. customer it was planned for -  "carFpayT^ Th^Teai^statein- ~  dustry has constantly pointed  to the red tape process in the  ..development industry as  a  great factor in the high cost of  housing.Jhe market need and  production   stage   must  be  brought closer together for the  sake of the home buyer... but  also for thesake of the builder >  and his labour sector v^hich  "must stay employed;rfor'a=  ��� healthy  economy.  The  approval processes-should be  studied carefully by govern-  .ments     concerned     and  tightened up for the sake of  ~ th^tizenswHopaysrfortiiese-  costly housing delays.  2*  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES ltd  Cowrie St.  885-2013  Sechelt  '"���'A" ��� YOUROWTN PEBBLE BEACH  Walk right in sif right down in the comfortable liying-dining  room with massive stone fireplace. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms.  Convenient "kitchenwith ocean view _-**-. made for the HAPPY  ���COdkfeRjtiRetreotioh r^  'otfw.::outstqp^g.vfe^  JohrraT8B533#5.        . ^f  Eight point four acres of level land, 2 on other side of "year round  creek. A 1550 sq ft two bdrm rancher, now with a family room  and new carpets. I8x 24 insulated shopandstorage area. Come  . and see the extras with John Wilson, 885-9365 FP $89,000  WEST SECHELT  .JssyifvingTn thisthree bdrm rancher, c/w studio. Vaulted cedar  ceiling livirjg area, fireplace and some unusual doors The 1695  sq ft is worthy of your inspection. FP'$54,000. Inspect anytime  with John Wilson, 885-9365.        .  ROBERTS CREEKrS ACRES+  $29,500  1.18 acres of view pr^grtyjwith strearn, southern exposure and..  TOTAL PRIVACY oftGoWer Point Road.       ���  TAADEIRA PARK ��� "interesting 4 BR*  view   home,   architect   designed.   5  major appliances. $77,000.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� furnished 2 BR  mobile home, 12 x 60', on large, level  landscaped lot. $28,500.  i -.*   ^i%  . 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. Built  1975. $56,000.  --FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ���   12   x   44  Glendale mobile home^with 430 sq ft  ^ri^-r-add4t^?-Oi^27^3-f-'-gyre lctr-$-2flrSflite  Pender Harfcour Realty Ltd  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  DON SUTHERLAND  Manager of Mitten Realty Ltd,,  Sochelt, ; has > a ��� fcound  knowledge of Sunshine Coast  Real Estate. Call him at the  office BB5-3295 or home 865  9362 for capable real estate,  . t,  Toll free from Vancouver  ^ 681-793(1.  ;>_)(���>  7V\cNAUGHTON   POINT ���  1,9. _acres_7]tfyy\m_  jwaterfronlLoverlooking.Maldspina-Strait.. Attractive 3-bedroonrv  1200 square feet home. A fine property going for $70,000.  WATERFRONT HOME -^.Near new home with 4.  bedrooms, deep safe moorage, southern exposure. Full price  $60,000.'.-'...'   ��� "���  ���' "���'���' ���������     ������'���,���       '    ���������������.  -BARGAINHARBOURLTJT^ASiTa real barg^vFiT1-"  with cle.qh beach, free moorage, clams and oysters jiist steps  away. Price just $12,000.  SECRET COVE AREA ���-10.6 acres with 400' beach,  "water"and power available, road In; FP $125,000.  ONE ACRE LOTS ��� On Francis Peninsula. Privacy  plus valu'elri this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't delay.  $15,000 each.  EXCELLENT ��� building lot. Front Road, Madeira  Park. Fully servlced,$.10,500,    ;  -B*-  WATIRFRONT LOT ��� Deep and protected moprago  In Egmont,  Has trailer pad, septlcs and water and power.  $35,000. ' , "       ���  7 ACRES-���Jon Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope, Asking $35,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ���Extra large (650) building  lot with 72' frontago on McMlntock Road. $9,500 or offers.  PHONE 883-2794  JOHNBREEN JOCK HERMON  883-9978    , 883-2745  /MADEIRA PARK -* 4 BR home witlv*  view   on   landscaped    lot.    Large  workshops equipment storage area in  back.    Ideal   location    for   builder/-  ���eofit��retoTr-$69T5<3  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY  BR view home,  full  basement,   built  =W7'5r��tBSrionflfftfna7^WJi50r^=~  GARDEN   BAY  ���  4  BR   home  on  2  JeveS!bJi8��i��&J1e/:&-^^  to stares^S mafinasr^jSO.Obo.  MADEIRA PARK ��� one bedroom  concrete block cottage, fireplace.  $23,000.  IRVINES LANDING���3 BR view 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, e thermopane windows.  fireplace1; w/w 3 bathrooms Easy walk  to stores. PO & marinas. $67,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1596 sq ft 5 Bk  home with 3 bathrooms, partially  finished rec room, hot wpter heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. $84;600.  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  LOTi AND ACREAGE  ��  FRANCIS PENINSULA  I'. 132 ft W/F in Pender Harbour, 1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.'  2.  83- ft W/F adjoining above 1.22��  ''acres. .$36,500.    ���'.  3.70'   bluff   waterfront,   view .over  -Bargain-Harbourr-Asking-$2h5007but-  open to offers. ;       .  4.  220��   ft   low   bank   sheltered'  waterfront. 1.24 treed acres. $48,000.  11.6 ACRE ISLAND*��� 3 BR furni.shed  panabode,.   float.   Water    &   "hydro.  $165,000.  BROOKS   COVlE   ���   194'   waterfront,  -access^by-trai|-(-1000'~fr6rT-pparklng)r  septic in, hydro ft water, $25,000.  LOTS  1. MADEIRA  PARK  ���   serviced   lots.  $7,00b-$22,p00. '.''''..   V ."���'.....  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,00Q.  .  ^^OJ1^H^MEJ.OTS_���Islevenjot:  hydro   &   water,   on  Francis    Peninsula.  JUNCTION ISLAND - ST. VINCENT BAY   i  BeautifulH8,r75-acr^-is)andJln^Jervl5"lnlet"Wlth-numerous"go"o~d"bulW  cedent sheltered moorage and several coves; Well treed with flf, cedar, arbbtus .���  some merchantable timber. Oyster bed; Only 15 minutes ride by fast bpat from Earls  Cove or Egmont, $120,000.      ���   , '���', '  '���'���'������-  % GARDEN BAY AREA  $12,900-$21,250..'.. ;.;.  serviced   w^th  Cochrane   Road,  $11,000-512,750.  7. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  8. DAVIS BAY ��� Treed view lot on  -Greer-Road���$16;500:���������: t-  view. lotsi  '4. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on  -Porpolse~Drlver$10,500r~~~~* ~~~  5, PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ���  Sinclair Bay Road. Serviced lots, most-  with view, three with lakefront. Priced  from $10,000 to $37,500.  9. SELMA CARK -r lot with beautiful  view, close to beach.,$22,000.  10. FRANCIS   PENINSULA  ���   9   nice  -building lots af corner of Goehrane-and-  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000..  ���1,1. FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ROAE)  serviced lot, low price. $7,000..  ACREAGE  *.<*M".vrri  The Opportunity of a Lifetime  i. ' I. -  Evoryono Is looking for a decant opportunity, and Tempo Products & Construction l��  offorlngyou |ust that, a chanco to have tho homo of your cholco bulll to your specifications  but at an affordable prlco, When you contract Tempo Products ft Construction to build your   *"  homo It will bo one of quality materials, quality workmanship and quality service to you, tho   ..'  customer.  Of course there are reasons for everything, |ust as there aro roa��on�� for Tempo's low  pr.lce,'so lefV examine a coup\my ���-���-������--"-"     ,,,,.,,.,���>,,y.���.��� ���....���. ,,.���������,..���.��,^.,.,.,���...,.��� ���.,,���������  First,,wo build on tho volume basis, so tho profit figures per home.aro substantially ���  lowered, rofloctod by the low price, '        *  i  Second, a home can bo bulll In 1 1/2 months with the proper organisation and coordination comblnod with accurate 8. quality workmapthlp adding up to savings which In  turn are pasted on to you,  Now, then, what does thlt tow price Include? i  * A ' comploto/qo'talled and personalliod home planning service, '  * Handling of blueprint!, permlfi and Inipecflont.   ���"    <���/���'������������'  i" \     ���  * Thermal pane windows, complete with wood window roturnt & a|l wood trim throughout  home,  " 0" colling ft, Insulation, ft Insulatod wall pocket*,  * B/8'Monguo & groove sub-floor plywood,,glued to floor |oltts ft 5/0" roof.plywood.  �� brick chimney ft fireplace ,        . '. '  * all ttxtorlor sundeckt flhreglasied.  * concrete sidewalks and driveways, ���>,,  A*-��an be teen, nothing In the home It left unflnlthod, became we don't know how to  cut corners,; Y��f wo maintain a low price ond a quality product,  So, whether you're Interested In a new homo, tummer home, retlfement home, RRAI"  |ob or tmall rep��^vatlon, please don't h��sltate to call GREG LEAAKY ot 886-2706.    '" '/  I* - '!W^>tf��^   -pi^vi^  ���    I  ���   ,       ,mt,mmmtr.~ mmmmtm^nmmimmmmmmamimmA^mm.    ...w)��<-        '', Jt1"l    ,    *   ��        <>^|B��w..�� ����� ��� �� ����  ACREAGE  'NARROWS INLET ���-- socludod acroago ���  (rood, low bank, 5 to 14 acre parcels,  Walor qccoss, $24,500 to $39,500.  ST, VINCENT BAY ��� 36S�� ft water-  front, 6.71 acres, wdtor access.  $29,500.  '  . , >\    ��� ���  ' '  ������ "���"  EARLS COVE ��� 5,57 acres, 4503=  ft  sheltered  watorlront  adjoining' forry '  tormlnal, $125,000,  WESTMERE BAY ~ 1,400��' ft  watorlront on 4,8 troed acres, Nlco  booch and rocky point. Wator occoss  only, $47,500, '  1. Silver Sands ��� ,1.8i acres. Gulf  view,. 10 x.50' furnished mobile home,  small cabin,' $45,000,  2, Silver Sands ���  l-.6;fc  acres.  Gulf'  vlow, furnished 12 x 60 mobllo home.  Ad|oins abovo property, $45,000,  3, Klolndalo ���- 5�� acres on Hwy 101.  $21,000.  4. Noar Ruby Lake X- 8.39 acres on,  Hwy 101, $25,00(1 ,   . ' "    \  5, Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000,  6. Klelndalo, ��� 23,7 acres,, some  merchantable, timber, Lots of troos for  building a log house. $50,000, ���  7j. Francis Ponlnsula ��� 1,8��. acres,  corner of of Warnock and, Francis  Ponlnsula Roads. $17,500.  WATERFRONT HOMES  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES!  ULLIEJJCAQ)'J.AKS -AM home on.  5dl acros, Fruit troos, gardon, Vfow  oyor Int^o, $77,500,  CARTERS LANDING ��� Sakinaw Lako.  ,24,0.1- acros,. 1350:fc ft lakolront, road  i'accoss, Hflusf),;crook. $135,000;,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 130'0i; ft lakofront,  24:fc acros, 4 BR furnlshod panabodo,'  float. $105,000, <  RUBYLAKE ~ 5�� trood aifros, doso to  public lako accoss, $19,800,  SAKINAW LAIJE ��� ,373:fc ft choice  low bank lakefront, A63 acres,-  road access, $94,000,  D.L. 3250 ���- bolwnon Saklnow ft,Ruby  Lakes, ISOOdb ft on Sakinaw Lako,  cf^ok, (;1allowo|| Rd onds at property,  $115,006,           T'"  GARDEN BAY ESTATES -- & BR homo,  full basomont, 1??7 sq 11 on main floor,,  Built 1976, Soparato 700 sq ft  workshop, On 122�� cholco watorfront  lot with ramp'ft float, $100,000,,  ���  TEMPO PRODUCTS & CONSTRUCTION  ��� YOUR KEY TO  SUCCESSFUL BUILDING,  ac  .  HASSANS STORE ��� Francis Penlmula ,    MADEIRA PARK -���   vacant ttoro bldg,  Offiheral store, 3 BR" residence, rentcfi ' '��� od|olnlna  living- quarters,  One-acre     ������ r-frDDAMc'Wav     'i)Mr!i.'ifl*   nj.'     f��ui��t  nr'niiiVii'i vl'1      i   '     ���  n���   n ,11" '  theltorod, doop watorfro,,, ���lO^^^fM^^W.J^^_ m��m^^S i  plus cash for stock,    "  ^-.���Vja^s^uas-ffiasKCTsffl  DAN WILEY, Res. 683-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  "S,  uq      +    �������  trh        Y- 5,-"��^�� w+WWdKiWftA*       *���������  I  w* j, �� j     ytf' 0 /feefw* t* #*#UM*WJ^IM*mrfe��������(^  I  ':>  -V-  ���a ���aijj' w��**iiu< fl-nw-f wtui^K1?* w h ^*s**^ajii!H*-W  i.  ' ''    ''   ''        ' , "   ^ '    1      ' '' " ''  ���.J.jp*W��t��'Srt��  I '. ,e  7X7 ���  '    \  Tl?  .1    .'  V   '��� ���-  .s    V' /  _ZJ?  i  >-  ��� /  ���  Page B-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 8,1978  ROBERTS CREEK:-Large treed, serviced lot close to beach ft  golf course. Quiet area'/mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1.18 acres with  1-00 feet road frontage. Excellent buys at fyl]tprice_$J5,000_  each.  WATERFRONT -.HOPKINS LANDING: 2,adjo)hihg beachfront  lots, each 50 x 200'. Older type 3 bdrm bungalow on one lot.  Could be restored. Lots level with safe moorage in front.  Excellent buy at FP $75,000.  MIDDLEPOINT: 17-1/2 acres of beautifullyfFeed view  property, with 300-feet highway frontage. Zoning permits  1/2 acre lots ��� excellent holding property. FP $45,000.  WEST SECHELT: 1/2 acre treed view lot in a quiet residential  subdivision off Mason Rd. This will be the finest residential  area on the coast. The lot has all facilities including sewer.  Lots of topsoil. FP $15,500.  J=flFJT>S=  A__\\ HALFMOON BAY:. Family home on good lot near water.  Basements and many other features. Bring all offers to  $44,500. ;      .  FRANCIS AVENUE: Redrooffs ��� 2 bedroom cottqge on 1.54  acres .of land with fruit trees and a gpod garden. Almost 1/2  . cleared. Cottage is very cozy with hebtllator"fireplace~and~a~  carport. FP $47,500.  J  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x 105', close to beach  access."Property is sloping to the~south."Paved "road. Asking  $15)000.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 sq ft 2 bdrm home with appliances. All wall to wall carpet. Cozy & inexpensive to heat.  "Concrete "driveway and "parking slabT Fir Road Ideation. FP  $43,500, terms.  REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd.. 12.5 x 200' level lot, very  easy to build onv Beautiful evergreens. Priced for immediate  sale at $11,000.  NUMBER  19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2  . bedroom home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. No  stairs, electric heat, double glazing. Government prepaid  lease has 19 years to run. FP $3^,000.  REDROOFFS AREA: Approx one treed acre, 99' on Redrooffs  |���RdT-Close-fo-bdach-and-boaHaunch-Fully-servicedr-Full-prlce-  only $11,500.  "SECHEfTVlCLAGE:  5  acres  measunng-330Tr-660T-Wil|-  eventually have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to  $35,000..  -DAVIS BA^ VIEW. LOT: Easy-terms_���_ 20%^ down ft-.the  balance over%asy payments on this southern exposure view  lot. Excavation and clearing have been done.-FP $ 12,900.   SOUTHWQpD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot.  Hydro and regional water at road. Check '& compare. Attractively priced at $9,450.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner  location, easy access. Excellent view" of Trail" lsldnd.~FP  $15,500.  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acres of land with 3 bdrm near-  new home of 2376 sq ft aluminum clad, fully instated  building. Building is all wired for 220 power and could have  many uses. Concrete floor, clear span. FP $89,900.        '  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONT: <3 bedroom single level home on  83 ft of the best waterfront we can offer. Large sundeck on  'the view side, westerly outlook. Large kitchen/family room  combination. Living room is 18x21-1/2' and has a full brick  wall fireplace. The property also supports a workshop, a  panabode playhouse and a boat house on the beach. FP  $79,900.  DAVID BAY MOTEL: 10 s.c. units plus owner's home. 4 lots  fronting on Hiah.wav-l0i-ft-becchr^5MTHromag^Targe"  - workshop & storage. Selling under assessed value. $225,000.  Terms.  APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRES: Treed, gentle, southerly slope.  260' highway frontage. Some merchanto'SB^timber. Handy  "location, close to Joe' RoaaT"FP*$31,0007 "'"      ~~^���   CLEARED.-LEVEL LOT:SecheltVillage_-- 62.5.x 120LReady_fat _  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. '  Value $11,500. '    * &  WILSON CREEK: pn Browning Rd. a 75 x 158' view lot only  300'_from.beach,-road access. This lot is partially cleared and  fenced; ready to build on; A quiet street close to all facilities;  One of a kind at $16,900.  ���ytia.  Doug Joyce, 885-2761 jack Anderson, 885-2053  Bob Bull, 885-2503 Stan Anderson,, 885-2385  Vancouver Toll Free 684-8016  P.O. Box 1219 Sechelt  v -  ztr>,%  S*S3  CREEKSIDE HOME: 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 converted to an extra bedroom ft family  room, An added plus is a -440'  workshop with 3 pee plumbing. Close  to the best sandy beach in-arear-FP-  $68,500.  -3SB-  WEST .SECHELT: 900 sq ft' 2 bdrm  home on a lot that is 62x205'. Needs  'some minor repairs and landscaping.  Priced   to   sell immediately   af  _$33,9_00. '. -  ROBEWo CR&EK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive home on almost 2 acres  lewd Hiway, frontage, easy access.  Ijrood large shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  remodelled. Shake roof,, rancher"  alum siding. Several outbtdgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500. ���  M  :xx- v  x*?sift  -WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  _finjshed basement- in area of new,  hornes. Features include large k|t  chen & nook, fireplace, basement  flue for stove, finished rec room in  basement, carport, sundeck and a  level easy to landscape yard. Priced  right at $53,900.  StCHELT   VILLAGE  -  Brand   new -.2  bdrmxustorn.-b.uUl.Jaa|ement. home.  in the ceiling, twin sedV windows' and  heatilator fireplace. FP $56,500.  8 ACRE VIEW-GQUNTRY-ESTATE: 3  .bedroom, 1400 sq frluJI basement  home   with   spacious   living-dining >;  room. Fireplaces up anfj down plus  extra   flue   in -basement.   Open I  staircase   to- rec   room,   extensive]  cedar work inside and good kitchen!  cupboards.Large   carport   with|  storage and 22 x 45' swimming pool,  -Approxm3"'acres   landscaped^lawnT*  ���Orchard, fishpond, year round creek,  organic   garden,    greenhouse   and  complete privacy. FP $91,0Q0'.  m  IN THE VILLAGE: 3 bedroom exec home,  1650 sq ft all on one level. Features large  kitchen with eating area. Formal dining  room, living room, den -with bathroom  adjoining on a 5' crawlspace. Lot .is completely landscaped & ready to enjoy. This is  a medallion home with built-in vacuum  cleaning system. Reduced $3,000 for immediate sale at $53,500.  /  ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3  bdrm home. Immediate  possession ��� pick your own  carpets. Try your offer to $46,000.  I'gjr  SECHELT VILLAGE: Ideal Vditiori  close to boat launch. 1096 sq ft with  fireplace, plus .patio & workshop.  Large treed lot. FP $43,500. Terms'  SECHELT VILLAGE: Surf "Circle. 5  bdrms (2 in bsmt). Home has 2  fireplaces, heatilator in basement  bedroom, 2 baths, rec room, large  laundry & workshop. Home has "  shake rpof, concrete driveway,  carport & large Sundeck^ Landscaping mostly done. Many more  extras. Close to schools &  shopping. FP $54,900.  f?i&��;  y>n��  iiii.'-riffliii  WEST SECHELT: 4 bedroom home  with 2 baths, family room, w/w'  .carpets make this 2000 sq ft  residence ideal for an up/down  duplex which is only steps away from  a public beach with access for boat  launching & swimming. Situated on N  1/3 acre lot. Real investment I FP  $41,SOO. Try your terms.  I#S*  V**o'  GIBSONS: Attractive two bedroom  home with part basement on large*  sewered Jot 98x148' Magnificent  view property. Cozy.living room wifh  brick fireplace and w/w. Modern  kitchen with w/w, new cabinets ft  view windows in eating area. Smart  -vanity bathroom. Auto oil heating.  Excellent buy at FP $36,500.  WESTSECHELT: 9.5"acre? of good farm land.  Has hew 4 bdrm ranch style home. 2 ponds  supplied by spring water with approx 4  acres cleared, balance has somo timber, All  services on pavod rd, 2 mllos from Secholt  centro, This property has many potontlal  uses.  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with  modern 3 bdrm basement home.  Oil fired hot water heating,' two  fireplaces,,rec rm and many other  features, Approx 1 1/2 acres  cleared and In lawn with fruit  trees ahd shrubs, excellent soil,  FP $68,000,  ���M  ROBERTS CREEK: 3bedroom home  on 1,67 acres, Spacious opon plan  of 1320 sq ft. Has ensuite off of  master bdrm. Home has family  room ft utility. Reduced  drastically in price for immodiato  salo, FP $48,000.    ,  PRICE SLASHED ��� $45,000 for a large 2  bedroom, full basement, 1288 sq ft home.  All wall t6 wall carpets,, flat level' lot,  sundock and brick fireplace, with an extra  'flue, for *a heater In basement, Handy  location. FP $45,000. '"  DAVIS BAY SEAVIEW: Quallty-bullt-fomlly-  home. Walking distance, to swimming ft  fishing. Apfc>r<?x 1800 sq ft finished floor  area. Large living room with huge cut stone  fireplace. Sliding doors to large sundeck.  Privacy for oOtdoor living. Two bedrooms on  main floor, family TV room. Bedroom with  private bath on;: ground level. Expansive  shta entrance. <?qrpprt,- fericeif dhd Idhd-  scaped. Some nice shade trees. REAL VALUE  HEREI FP $63,500. "','���,  3����*p ''J.^.im&a.Xk^^^M-  6+ ACRES ON REID ROAD:  Mostly cleared, some fruit trees &  yr round creek. Property mostly  fenced, front yard, landscaped ft  In lawn. H0u*e Is vory large'2300  sq ft, 2 fps, ' several sets pf'  plumbing, Kitchen ft IR.bqye.beetv  completely remodel ied. South  slope, all usable land. Frf\j$85,000.  ���&��  E*  4  \>H  t_ WOWTHWOOqi   flO~..Cm  &*      k  r " N0��I11S2��S_SS������-���'���* i   Sf  %.  %  no_  *b  RECEPTION  v"     PT.  Sargeant  Bay  '������'i,  ���&��&fiQQ��F  Calm,  flay  5   .''vv**���^  * Ii r-  -si ��1*      g|   ^ifcfe, ,  ANCHONf' i , lltm      -C^i  1  HV/t  l&    *  /^9/VcT/^ //yc. ^tt&rp/y/S/OA/  REDROOFF RANCH INC.  "'1  v2i&'     \mMiM :.; ���...a.^^iis  Wi*  1  im  lm  \ secieltS'J.._i  mat  \  phaio I fubdlvlilon Ii located on Rodrooffs Road  approximately 3 V? mllos woit of Socholt Vlllago.  Hydro, tolophone and roglonal wator torvos tho subdlwlilon. Th^i lots aro woodod and lovol to gontly sloping, Particulars  of tho subdivision aro Includod In tho prospectus ��� ask fpr your froo copy.  50  PRICE SCHEDULE  ;,<<'  X7:-j^.,?.   90  Lot 31  Lot 32  Lot 33  Lot 34  Lot 35  Lot 36  <��"  $11,900  SOLD  $11,000  $11,600  $11,600  $11,900  W3I  ***&  r��j-i����  Lot 37  Lot 38  Lot 39  Lot 40  Lot 41  Lot 42  Lot 43  Lot 44  Lttt45  $12,730  $11,900  >OLD  $11,600  $12,700  $13,300  $12,900  $11,130  $11,130  Lot 46  Lot 47  Lot 48  Lot 49  Lot SO  SOLD  SOLD  SOLD  $10,730  $10,800  X:  %  47  >S>  /  L  27  'fa\  "--W^-tys;  Dlmonalona aro given In  both foot and motros  lis  /  fi  >.fc  08  *  \,,x,.  <o  f*3  '...  "34  />"//,;  ��*/,  m  Vs..,  yZ..  V  P6I  /  77V  i 7**JlmTptei  1 *���  Y'7\ :  t��W*  It**  i3  T��k��>i,  ./**��  MM:  .. -��,���: m.  y  ?J 11   \  "A m-l  >*a  ti-S  \  ^^rri^l^l^:.Mr    W ''/tV   *  f ':'i',\i*au*^r'V^ MUk;*^'.'-.^  ' ,      '    '    \*<rt If It far.     ..... 4 ,." ...'..   .   -.����� ,''  I  /���'��>����'^��,     y ,  ,     ,        ���-���"]  eo  y  ������"���A'l -nti-t   rr*,ty)ll.\,S  ,*;���*>'  ii  I  A.  PENDER HARBOUR: Madeira Casfle -^--unlquo home for valuo  & location. 2800 sq ft wjth breathtaking vlevYi Decor Includes  ^ oHglnal muralii sunken gojd bathtub 8, oxtenslve codar  work. Double windows throughout and easy to heat. FP  $72,000,  ���^mm  .-'r.   x ��� .-W-;  ���a ^l^ti,^  m^��mlyfiw  WEST SECHELTi Almost new 1136 tq ft 3 bodroom homo,  Excollont, construction featuring wood ceilings, fkyllghtt In  bath room & entry & Idrge private sundock In aroa of now  hornet, Batement Hat laundry, workshop and rec room,  Level, treed lot on sewer. Atklng $59,000,  I       : 1".* ������: , ���   '  ���ittSw  VILLAGE OF SEqHELTl ql bedroom 1,200 iq ft near new ranch  ���lyle <i6me. Deluxe cqrpeiiln large bedrbomt. Fireplace a  feature wall In living room, large dining area,-Bar Kltdjien  with' fan, new stove A fridge Included, 4 pee; vanity bath,  Large level iandtcaped lot. All fenced, Oood worktop1 plut  .i!,.��mi!aUtorfla%..Wdi^iP;o*aic|,,i^!<:t,,^  7  ^**T?WJrT3v^r*,:  ��rti.-i*^ *-��- ,.f -����=;*** ,/-*.����� vmtr  *,  A  t��    s^s*^^^Bjv^wei����*w^-��',(<<��J'* f *# u*"^  " " Mf  / "  \  ���  ^ ;  %. .. '/  //���  '���I   -  '���;\  * , ���  Reducing rush-hour traffic congestion  Wednesday, November 8,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageB-5  In a report prepared for the  Transportation�� Research  -Board- of ���the.. National.  Acacemy     of     Sciences,  researchers  examined  car-  pools, and 16 other-techniques-  of mass transit. Researchers  found strong ingrained objections to carpooling in most  urban areas. While individual'  techniques    offered    only  marginal, splutiog, the report  says combinations of ideas  hold great potential for better  urban.transportation^ These,  indude incentives to increase-  transit use . . . lower fares,  more park and ride facilities,  priority street and highway  treatment of transit vehicles  and improved circulation of  transit in central business  areas. Staggered working  hours, parking controls, tolls  for using congested streets at  certain times, auto-free zones;  and planning to place homes  and jobs closer together were  also   recommended.   This  report should be studied  carefully as a way to encourage people to use rapid  transit" in every congested  city.  Condominium living  ii  Condominiums are  receiving greater public  acceptance today than ever  before. Construction  economies provide home  ownership at a lower cost than  single-family units, and  common ownership of such  areas as parking, laundry  facilities and landscaped ,  areas bring these con-1  veniences to unit owners  without the high cost of individual purchase. The cares  _and~costs-of- maintaining  single detached dwellings are  eliminated, and there are  servicing and energy savings  in stacked or side-by-side  units. Many larger projects  provide complete recreational  .facilities, and most projects  are located conveniently near  transportation and shopping.  ��� Condominium living will not  appeal to everyone, but if the.  Energy conservation  Energy conservation must  become a way of life for all  Canadians because it as the  ���: Tmlyrway^o-ensuflrenergy--  -  development,costs, reduce  ���need for imported oils ... and  perhaps the most important  and    obvious    individual  benefit.... saving money.  Experts say . that if  Canadians reduce heat loss  from homes, put down on car  engine horse power and take  other fairly simple steps to  - conserve energy, they can  save the- equivalent of the  output of four one hundred  twenty five thousand barrel-a-  day tar sand plants of the size  now being built in Alberta,  Home insulation is one of  the best ways to "reduce home  heat loss, and a wealth of  information is now available  to home, owners. >.  idea pf home ownership appeals to you, while the high  cost of single detached  ownership doesn't, you should,  give serious thought to condominium living.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  . Gibsons  886-2607  SE  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 2 38,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons   886-2248   ^^  HOMES  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Architect design, contemporary with 1.35 acres on WF with southern view of  ���Gulf,-tall-treeswith private beach. Included Is a guest cottage;-the-whole-ls-completely private.  Open to offers. -���  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Beach access, 3 bdrms, with FP on quiet dead end street. This is new and  completed, ready for occupancy, with carpets etc. Level-lot can be landscaped to suit. $49,500 or  offer. -  -   COACH ROAD ��� Sun-filled home on nefifrwei,:,''inf1*ned 'ot- 2 bdrms, kitchen/dining, high  ceilinged living room withacorn fireplaeeySecluded subdivision just off Hwy 101 ..$45,500.  DAVIS BAY ��� Only one block from beacri with good view, immaculate 2 level home with 2 sets  plumbing, 2 kitchens, 2 FPs, hardwood floors, pdtlo'and lovely garden. Some furniture in lower  suite. Call for appt tQ view. Priced at $64,900.  GIBSONS ��� Veterans Road. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, lovely post and beam, large lot, stone FP and open  style living, oil heat. Must be seen.  BAY ROAD ���Unique location on beach in Gibsons Harbour. Fireplace, 3 bdrms, large family  "kitchen, garage.' $55,000.  LOWER GIBSONS ���Close to beachrstores and P.O. Attractive 3 bdrm home on extra large lot with  good vegetable qaraj-^Homejsconveniently desJQflBdA^lhJarqe-UwIn^^onv^itlvFPrTlTniiTg-flmifr'  -���and-wstl-'dSSTgned kitchen. Basement is finished with rec room, utility, workshop ahd spare room.  $62,000.  GOWER POINT ROAD ��� 2-bdrm, full bsmt, large living room with fireplace. Secluded on one acre,  cleared. Asking $48,500.  GIBSONS ��� Lower Village. Fantastic view from LR with FP and fine built-in kitchen. 2 bdrms on  main floor with den orbdrm in with FP In basement. View Is unsurpassed. On sewer. $48,500.  GIBSONS ��� Hillcrest, 3 bdrm home on quiet cul de sac.'Panoramic view of islands and salt waterl  Fjreplacein LR, roomy family kitchen, underground wiring. $49,500.  ���'������."' ���������������'.��� '     ' J>       '     '  ' '���- ..'*'.  BUILDING LOTS  TWO LOTS 72 x 105 ��� No rock, easy to build on. All services, septic approved and beach access.  $1,500 down, balance at $125 per month at 10 1/2. Terrific investment. Located on Lower Cheryl  Ann Park towards the beach.  SEMl-WFT ���Easy beach access, 1/4 acre with view, $16,500. Buy now ��� this is investment quality  - property.       - -   THREE LOTS ��� Rosamund Road. Cleared, ready to build on. Only $ 10,500 each.  NICE SECLUDED IOT ��� On side road in Roberts Creek, close to store, schools etc. Reduced to  $8,750. *  6.9 BEAUTIFUL ��� level acres with all year round creek -well treed, alder, maple and fir. Hwy 101  access. Would make a fantastic private estate,��� call John Black for map and details. 886-7316.  Several waterfront properties available In Roberts Creek area;  some improved with buildings and some vactant; Inquire for further details.  ������ -������ r.��� -s  Evenings Call: John Black, 886-7316; Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  .,,,..'        _        .       ,���-.,.        George, Cooper,'886-9344   . ,    .  ���"-A  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD,  Box 1490, R.R. 1   Wharf Road, SecheKrB.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  We're the Neighborhood Professionals.  HOPKINS LANDING  STARTER HOME,.. $2000  down. Dandy 2 bedroom home  with half basement, Large  kitchen with cupboards, Stove  and fridge Included. Asking  $34,000, Chuck Dowman, 885-  9374.  GIBSONS  SARGENTROAD $13,900  Mognilifont ocoan vlow lot, fully serviced, on sewer, 65 x 110',  close to all amonltlos. Builders terms available, Larry Reardon,  885-9320.   ���. .  V  ROBERTS CREEK  UP & DOWN DUPLEX ,    $49,800  Large 3 bedroom w|th excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acro near Roberts Creek on Highway '10,1. Vendor will consider  offers, Ed Baker 885-2641.  WILSON CREEK  COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY 101 RIPE FOR DEVELOPMENT  3.66 acros, 408 ll of highway frontage, by 396 fl deop on Airport  Road. Present revenue pf $5700 per annum< Ownor will consldor  torms, Ken H- Wells, 086-7223..  i i'  DAVIS BAY  STARTER OR RETIREMENT     <��� 930.000  Terrific 3 bedroom older home with great kitchen, large living  roam and stone fireplace. Oood high part basement and 1 block  ���,,Ja.,beach...Chuek.,Dowman,,.B83!937i4.i.,,i,���..��..v.,.,,,,,���:.u,. ..,',���!;.. '   ..   ,,  SANDY HOOK  1/3RDOFANACRE $1,50QDN  Wator Ij on this boautlfully Irood lot, fronting on tvyo roads,  Excellent view potential, Full price $13,500, Cjhuctk Dowman,  083-9374,       , ���     , '.    ���     .{,<���  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT il 8,500 �� 0,500  Al Sandy Hook wo havo thla. 100'+. watorlront lp>l, cloto to road  and ad|i)|nlng'yvllh an excellent vlnw lot that floa next to B,T,  Larry Roardon, 8(14-9320.  TUWANEK  PRIVACY OALORE $18,000  Third of an acro with storage shedi** and great building site,  Already cleared, Chuck Dpwman, 083-9374,  ! ��� SECHELT  VILLAGE CONTEMPORARY ���  $41,900, Near now 3 bedroom  home wllh vaulted celllno'a,  dandy kitchen fireplace and  thermo windows. Lot Ii level  and fenced, Easy walk 16  shops and school,, Chuck  Dowman, D83-9374,  )  WEST SECHELT  VALUE,     VALUE.     VALUE.  Everywhere you look there Is  value In. this truly beautiful  home. Cathedral entrance, 3  rjedrooms, 2 fireplaces, lge  rec room, workroom plus 1  bdrm suite downstairs. Nicely  , landscaped and the price has  been REDUCED to $57,000.,  Call Larry Reardon to ieo 885-  932(>-  ,        '      "   /, " $18,500  1,17 acros. Nlcoly treed, gontle slope to SW, will have a good  view when some trees come down. Ed Baker, 885-2641,  $2,500 PER ACRE  Comploto privacy yot only 10 minutes from Sochelt, 25 acrosi  mostly, lovol with gontlo slopo, Road & hydro to property. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374, '    ��� ,'  $86,800  Attractive Spanlah type 3 bedroom bungalow, approx 3 yrs built,  Large LR 20 x 20 with fireplace, open beam ceilings, DR, family  kltfhen. All bdrms large, master ensuite w/w throughout, Lqrge  workshop at roar, fjloor area 1584 sq (t, Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  1/2 ACRE VIEW '     ,'' ' $15,500  Nlcoly soml-cloarod lol with gontlo slopo to south. Nlco vlow  ovor Sargoant bay Chuck bowman, 885-9374,  Welcome woods $9,500 ��$9,750  Two oxtra largo lots 125'x200', Larry Roardon, 085.9320,  y $13,800  Boautlful 1/2 acro lot, loadod wllh troos on blacktop road, with  wator and hydro, JLarry Roardon, 805-9320.  HALF-ACRE LOT    ' $18,000  Largo Irood lot at tho corner of Rodrooffs Road and tho road to  Shrfldant'Boy,'Sorvlcod with"hydro"and walarrLdrry'RoafcloiV"'  01)5.9320,    ',,,,','  $12,800  Nor West Bay Rd wooded lot, 130 x 70; Zoned R2. Trailers  "allowed. Sign on. Ed Baker, 083.2M1.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  MONEYMAKER 'y "      "     , $38,000  2 yr old 3 bedroom full bsmt home on one acre, Llvo In while you  do the finishing, Chuck Dowman, 883-9374,  OARDIN BAY ROAD $22,300  Rock bluff, building site on this 3.3 acro hooded property, wquld  provide terrific, view aver pasture land, All year stream. Easy  tormi available.. Chuck Dowman, 003-9374,  BAROAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,800  Soml-waterfront properly1, just across (he Narrows ,Br|dg��r and  lacing Borgtiln Harbol/r, Treed Md 'goad' for holding on, with  |ust Ihe road between you and the water, Larry Reardon! 083-  9320; ' '   ;  MADEIRA PARK RANCH $128,000  22 acre'worklhg ranch,' all fenced and croit,foncod, Oood large  barn, dood pasture and some fruit trees,/All year round water  impply. And (or ihe lady pf the house It ha* a'moctorn 2 bed/oom  home, Has facilities for hone shows and rodeos, Larry Reardon,  803-9320, ���        . >   ut.*MU  --rTliwnillTOW^  jympleted approx 30 days, LargeLR, OR area with FP, kitchen Is  \ housewlve's dream wllh built-in bar-b-que,Full double plbQ.  All features must be teen to be appreciated, Ed Baker, 80S*  2641,,  !^j"W*lfSK,!B*WJ*i?��'W<��''ll *��* OU*|Ml��>H>��l*B.r-*i!IWf  ^AipiERJSLAI^  .,.>��-*��� rtfyx77.'?,:'": <.'��������� '".' "���">"���     ��� '-11.5,000'  l��'* Qol^O lobe* icily Idfall In love VJlfh'lhl'iTfchbrmtn-tflogTioTi^e"'"  thai Is completely remodelled Inside, Nettled on 8 acres of '  beauty that Includes lge trees, fruit trees, flowers and garden,  ThU 2 bdrm home Is 8 mln frotjn new Orjflhton wharf, Larry  Reardon, 003-9320.  Offices at:  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  Gibsons  Phone 886-2234  Toll Free 682-1513  _ LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. 1, Gibsons, B.C* VON 1V0  Offices^ at:  -DENTAL BLOCK  Gibsons  Phone 886-2277  Toll-Free-682-1513  CONVEYANCING  REAL   ESTATE   CONSULTING    ���    APPRAISALS  HOMES  MORTGAGES - NOTARY PUBLIC  lOACH ROAD: (oft LeelTRoad) 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 landscaped, yours to  enjoy from the split level sundeck. Extras  include a wired and plumbed darkroom and  a"7x8. storage shed. $44,900.  BRO'WNINCTRD: Wilson Creek". Rustic 7nd  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.  YMCA ROXD^J-tanch style home with four  -bed rooms and family-room. Throug hjhji_\\__  =N��RT+4H*��ADH7Timnrotat5r=t^74=Neonex���MARTIP  mobile home set up on landscaped 50���x 139  pad in Comeau Trailer Court., $12,900.  CHEKWELP: Prime waterfront on Chekwelp  Indian Reserve. Three bedrooms, stone  fireplace. A truly beautiful spot. $36,750.  LOOKOUT AVE: Near new three bedroom  _.hom_e in good condition on_ large viewJot. in  new subdivision just past the Sunshine  Coast area in Sechelt. Boating facilities  close by. Owner is transferred and you can  have immediate possession. $52,500..  GRANDVIEW RD (Off Pine): This lovely  ranch style home is situated on a fully  landscaped 1/2 acre of land. A three  bedroom home combining ocean view'and  acreage privacy. Huge carport allows for  the easy addition"of a family roomand still  dining space, large kitchen and living room  -with-fireplace<-Nic$ly-londseaped lot- with  child's playhouse. $49,500.  GRANDVIEW RD: (off Pine) This lovely  ranch style_home_is_s.itufljedion a _fu|ly  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^rpany other extras. $63,500.  "leaves a 2 stdtl~carport. Master bedroom  -and living room have access~onto~the~lafgeT  partially covered sundeck. Floor to ceiling  cut rock heatilator fireplace, thermopane-  windows and many other extras. $63,500.  bettSh/centered location in Gibsons being  within easy linking distance to shops,*  schools and harbour. Spacious and comfortable one level home in excellent condition featuring large living room, three  -bedrooms, one full -bathroom plus powder  room off living area, huge sundeck. Landscaped lot and a beautifuj view; $47,500.-  FRONTAGE RD: Langdale. Something  special! Spacious, deluxe family home in  quiet area on a fabulous vifew lot with attractive landscaping'and rock walls. For  extra comfort and convenience there are  thermo windows throughout, efficient hot  water heating, air conditioning, intercom;,  Jenn-air range,*- built-in oven and dishwasher,'expensive light fixtures, 200 amp  serviced' dhci "manyr ~ more'lfrie~ features"  Located cjoseJto_sghool and within easy,  walkTngTdistance to ferry terminal. AH this  for the price of $84,900.  rural subdivision surrounded by ALR  properties on all sides. One mile from  schools and shopping. Large open living  room with fireplace. The full basement has"  a finished fireplace for your rec room ideas.  $49,900 ;   GRANTHAMS LANDING: Well kept. two  bedroom family home with full basement.  Basement has rec "room workshop and  FIRCREST RDj Brand new quality built home, laundry room, New shake roof. Home  The cathedral entrance-with wood-feature���features thermbp.ang windows, hot water  wall leads you into the large living room heating and low taxes. Grounds are ���  with   feature  wall   fireplace.   This   three, becLutifulkJand5capad~iiaFg  'large-family sized;--e,n|o^p:'dH6vBly,''lwafe^iew"'bf~Ketifs'"1sl:dncl  storage area. The   and the Gap. $39,90o. -_.__^_  MALAVIEW RD: Quality built three bedroom.    franch style home on treed landscaped lot in  FIRCREST PL: Three bedroom homejn quietJ>^rea of new home*. Located on quiet cul de '  edTabrin" fi^ne^Kas!"a.-  bathroom and lots of  basement awaits your finishing touches.  The lot is nicely terraced and ready for  landscaping. Close to schools and stiopping.  $47,900.  sac providing safety forxhildren and pets.  The home is in immaculate, condition and S  features separate dining room, wall to wall S  carpeting, spacious kitchen, utility room B"  and double windows. Easy walk to 'Pf-  elementary school. $46,500. H  ���   ���'''  : ���' : -������.    .p.   n  HANBURY ROAD: Panabode home featuring f_J_\\\  stain glass windows, skylights, and shake Q  roof situated on 12 acres in Roberts Creek, n  Flume Creek runs through- middle of mm  property which includes A-fr.ame guest S  ~x ���^-6^wofkshep-wJth-4i-2^���BU  wiringT.'Partidlly' cleared "and fenced with ���������j  vegetable garden. $67,500. mm  CRUClL ROAD: Bright and spacious three  bedroom family view home in excellent  condition located within easy walking  distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  -with builijn���dishwasber���jnd���jndieecL���i^ijj^  lighting. Two fireplaces. Huge recreation  room. Lots of extra space in daylight  basement for den or-extra bedroom and  workshop. $62,500.  UPPER CHERYL-ANNE pARK-RDr^ArcKit^r  designed tudor home in qGier 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 arid  the list keeps going on. Situated amongst  other quality homes. Front yard landscaped  - with- many"Tevefgreerrs"D^'t"rbuy^before  seeing this borne. $64,900.  1402 ALDERSPRING ROAD: Two -storey  home ori quiet cul de sac. with view  overlooking Gibsons Harbour, three  bedrooms on main floor. Fully furnished  suite on ground floor. Completely fenced  and in lawn. Close to park, tennis courts and  shopping. $47,500.   -  NORVAN ROAD: At the^tpp of the.; hill in'  West Sechelt. This brand new. three  bedroom home in an extremely quiet area  offers;incredible feature's. Large (95 x 129'.  lot size. Feature lights above the fireplace.  Extra large bathroom with twin seal  skylight. All this, an ocean view and more.  $49,900.;. ���'���; ..'A  ':'���>.  YMCA,ROAD: Langdale. Excellent quality  bullt-2-l/2-year-oldspaclous-two-bedroom-;-acres.rUnreplaceable_at-$97,500  home, with   finished    basement,    two ��� ���< ;���;��� .,,.,  bathrooms,   two  fireplaces.   Large  21x13    POPLAR LANE: Three bedrooms, master has  room,   large   kitchen   with   lots   of    ensuite. Nice bright kitchen. No need for a  PARK RQAD: Three bedroom home on 5  acres in Gibsons. Property on both sides are  also for sale making a total of 15 acres  available for future development. A good  797500;-   POPLAR LANE: 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 all amenities. $48,500.  ���POPLAR LANE: Brand '��� new three bedroom  home, ensuite, full basement. Walking  distance to" schools, shopping and  recreation. Fantastic price for a new home  of this size. $45,900. '��    .    .  WILSON CREEK: Over one-half acre of in-  credible.land, level with super growing soil.  Landscaping;'only   requires   tidy,, up,. one .  bedroom home presently rented'for $175,  per   month,, shows ;great:  potential    as.  revenue or starter home. $27,900..  CHAMBERLIN  ROAD: - Executive home  on  acreage over 2100  square feet  of  floor  area. Two. fireplaces, formal  living room  and dining Toom^ Family room and eating t $53;900,  area. Double attached garage all on 4.38  SHAW ROAD: Incredible Potential. Ranch  style two bedroom home completely  remodelled. 16 x .12'' master bedroom,  fireplace, beautifully landscaped and  fenced grounds. Evergreen hedges add to  the seclusion and privacy of this hobby farm  ~with" three_odtbuildingi5rBurthat,s7not_alll^  -The property is 5 acres with "spectacular  view from over half, the property. Fronts on  Shaw RoadVith Stewart Road dedicated on  the view face. Zoned R.I in the Village of  Gibsons. $79,900.  PRATT ROAD: 2.87 acres out of the'ALR with  road allowance at back of property. House .  is completely remodelled inside. Attractive  fireplace,' knotty pine kitchen, three large .  bedrooms and den. $55,000.  JOE ROAD: Roberts Creek. This well kept-  three bedroom family home in a treed.  ..setting, of 1.55 acres. Home features large  rec room in the basement plus a spare room  which could be a 4th bedroom and lots of  storage   space:    Separate    dining    room.,  living  cupboards.  Separate dining area,  drapes  and many extras; $54,900,  rsecond-^car-  $47,500.  in���this���convenient���location���  LOTS  ^ROBERTS-CREEK;-A-short -drive through ; !  parklike area, then over your own creek j  and behold a tvAd'bedroom home nestled on J  the   edge   of ^approximately   two, acre   I  -clearlng-ln pasture-and-gdrdens-wlth-sunny���l  south felop'e. Wooded area to west rounds |  out the total of 5 acres. One/of. a kind of- |  fered at $80,000. J^ |  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES:  Now Gibsons Village has lots for single wldes, double wldes and, conventional homes, all on sewer, water, hydro and all 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 priced betweeh  $10,900 and $13,90'0 depending on vlev/and sine.  GOWER PT RD at 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property. Approxlmatoly 80 x 25Q', R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sltos, Local  by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property,  Partially cleared, Close to Gibsons and  close to ,tho beach, $16,900.  SMITH ROAD: Gciod vlow lot 125 x 165 with  a good building site and an unobstructed  ocoan vlow, $14,500,     " '',  UPLANDS RD: Tuwanoff. Ideal recreation lot  In boautlfully woodod and parkllko sotting,  Zoned for trailers,This lot overlooks Sechelt  Inlet and tho Lamb Island, $8,900.  WAKEFIELD RD: Good building lot on water '  and power overlooking Georgia Strait and  tho, Trail Islands. This !�� a cornor lot In a  nowly built-up area. $12,500.  McCULLOUGH RDi Wilson Crook. Closo to  one acro trood property with subdivision  possibilities, $22,500.  SCHOoTrOAD: Three vlow lots 73 x 110,  On sowor. Throe blocks from schools and  shopping contro, Cloarod for building,  $16,000 oach,  ELPHINSTONE AVE) $ 1,000,000 vlow.  Located on Elphlnstono Avenue at Granthams, Has lane at back, Suit two storey  home with level entry at fron^ $9,500,  SEC^EIJ INLET ESTATES: Four building lots  on Sandy Hook Road, Water, hydro and  telephone > to each lot, These lots have a  spectacular view of Porpoise Bay and are-  only 4-1/2 miles from Sechelt. One priced at  $8,900 and the other three at $10,00d,  HILLCREST RbAD! Only $3,000 dowpl  Balance by AQwm��nt for Sale will pur.  chase one of these boautilul view lott at the  end^l.a quiet vail de iaovAl| underground  sorvlcos so there Is nothing to mar the view,  These -lot* are cleared and ready to build  on, The ravine In front will ensure your  privacy,   These   lots   represent   excellent  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two Ipts  '  40 x 150 each, One lot has'd cottage which  could be rented. These  lots  are "mostly  cleared and ready for building, A spectacular view of the entire' Bay aroa and.  Keats Island, $27,500.  GRANDVIEW & PRATT: Bulldlnp jot In a fast  growing area, Approximate size is 146 x  141 x 74 x 125. Present all offers on the  asking price of $11,500.  4 i ���     y  SMITH RD: Cloarod ylow lot close to ferry,  terminal and ocoan viow, Triangular shaped  lot with good building site, $14,000,  ���___ ;���'���f   COMMERCIAL yVATERFRONT: ��� With"  waterfront as scarce as It It this doublo use  lot roprosents rl'eal value. $33,000,  FAIRVIEW RD: Noarly 1/4 acre of flat easy  to build on |ahd."Mobllo.homes are allowod,  Large cedpr trees provide privacy and  enhanco this sotting. Close to Cedar Grovo  School, $11,900,  DAVIDSON RD:  2/5 of  an  acre  with  a  fantastic view from Langdalo Ridge. This lot  has a small crook on tho, very back of the  ' proportyrAll now homes Ih thl�� oroa,  $14,?00..   , ' ,  .I.--���i.���..,.m...mmm-.,.m-i������...-,mi u- -��� ���������������-������.������        ^  TUW/>)NEKi 00 x 140 lot only one block to.  boach, Full vlow of Iho Inlot, Piped community water available, $9,900,. ���   1 pmJrP- '  GOWER PT RD at 15thi 1/2 cu!re waterfroiht  vlow lot. Building slto has been excavated  , and soptlc tank and field In and approved,  Steep to beach but hat walkable path In,  Hydh? and water In, $29,500,  ,  LANGPALE: This non-basement Langdale  ~three-bedroom-vlew-home���features ex-:  tensive use of granite on exterior and huge  walk around fireplace. Modern kitchen has  solid walnut cabinets and built-in disht  washer. A garage and worksthpp round out  the picture. $49,500.  r^j<ty>rQjr^M^xQj<^j  PRATT RD: Near Cedar Grove School. This  . lot Is cleared and ready to build on. Mature  fruit trees dot this 76 x 125 lot. Sip,500,  'COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130.  Close td shopping and the ocean, Sowor  easement of 10',on s.o. side of the lot,  $12,500,   "7'. ' <  PORPOISE,DRIVE SANDY HOOK: Largo lot  approxlmatoly 122 x 111 with 34 x 140  panhandle'entrance, Nice level building  slto, Excellent, vlow. ONLY 40 FEET FRO(V\  THE WATER, You must s*��o this lot to fully  appreciate tho valuo. $12,000. ���  , ���  ���i   CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Rdborts Crook.  Largo lot with beautiful trees and some  vlow on quiet cul do sac In area of flna  homos, Lowly prlcod at $12,500 and tho  ownor will consldor torms, Soo thl* attraetlvo. property bofore you 'doddo,  LAUREL ROADi Sechelt; On the high side of  the road this Davis Bay view lot will bo all  your dream home over Imagined, Priced to  soil and waiting for you to build on,  $14,900,  ,        "'",'i" m ��� ��� ��� '    LAUREL ROAD: Socholt, Approximately 72 x  297'/'nicely troed, some clearing on the lot  will create a boautlful Davis Day vlow,  Almost 1/2 acro of view proporty It hard to  find, $17,900,  :  ���  ���  LANGDALE RIDGE: Nlco wator view  this bargajn prlcod lot. $0,950,  from  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100x250 lot on the  south side of Southwood Road, Craate your  own estate on this half acre, $10,500,  value, Priced from $13,900,  exc��  SCHOOL ft WYNGART ROADSr^  Only 4 of these Duplex lots left, Beautiful view properties overlooking the Day, Close  to schools and ihopplhg, All lot! perfectly suited to ilde-by-sldo or up-down duplex  co/istryctlori, Priced at $18,300 qnd $16,500.   ��  ��� ���> ���iimiiiwmam^ma^ammmmmmmaaamlmmmaaamam nlm mhhimm, ., , ,      i    n im in '  i   ,   CONRAD ROADi Next to Cpmp OynO. 2,1/2  acres with limited accett. Leek Creek runs  through ihln r>artlo|ly cleared loy_oLa��reopo  ACREAGES  �� ��i*iiii���mmmmmmmmmm  j  [;.n;iiy*tii*mmwmmmmitmm  mimMm  r*foti*Zi'y; mpWle'tlc��i*si  hobbyfarm, $19,900,  ,     .   ���   . ])>���������    RARK ROADi Olbsons, Excellehl^rpspecU MASKELL ROADi 1,44 (Acres of tubdlvldablo  for  the  one  who  holds  this  potentially property   on   A/)askel)   Road   and   Lower  commerplaUy. ipned 3 acres, Lightly'deqrod, Roberts CreeK1 Road, Zoning oHoyvAlorJ/JLl  jT^iase; "ta-  ��� / $89,900,-'p  3 miles from Olbsons,' $19,900,-  >W|' ,, Vf,  i>  . ^*m^*"'���***  ***!"��*���* *    s ,i'www��wp��i ���fi' �������� tr *ws,'", V�� * j-      *  k wt-n.X.t-'-w���-** �����"�������  !*���" ^ T"ir  I    LORRIE GIRARD     / JON McRAE    "ANNE GaRNEV  ,886-7760 885-3670 886-2164  0...m.,-,jL~mLmm.   --..,..  I m.    ,m     ,.J-  CHRISMNKAINEN     ARNE PETERSEN     MY VISSER  8894945 y  886-9793 885-3300  ���N|n|ppwp  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  ^fffit^.  r   p ;. i.  hmt.-...^. ^i^t^^i  T *���"        ''l��  "���'I"'   ���' ��� ���������   \.' "* ���!'��� ���..  / H  , ^,. v,4f * -���  It1'''        '  *  ,�����  ..   f.  \  I'  I,  i  i  1��      v...  ���1 \  ,. \  /   .���'  ''      '. ��� /'  ��� I  I III   >  ������"/���  ��i ./��� '���  n   ��� .. 1-  \  X  ���:)...; \ ,     ���     "'������������  ���fr  Planning a retirement residence?  r=Mma  When buying a home, older  purchasers should give some  consideration to a house that  meets present needs but will  also satisfy future lifestyles.  If your family is nearly at  -the point qf-leaving thefamily  home, you are facing a future  when that home will be used  by only two people. Your  income may be reduced, your  energies may be declining.  ,. JMtegarAeo. ^d outside  and  within  maintenance be too heavy for  you then? Will the4ocation be  suitable if you don't have a  car?   Are  there  Services,  stores,       transit  recreational facilities  easy reach?  * If you consider the adjustments that retirement and  advancing age will bring  _about,__you -will- -probably,  choose the kind of home that  can make these transitions  easily.  During,   your   working  years,���make changes, repairs,  preparation for a retirement  period of easy manintenance  and   continued   ownership  ��� satisfaction.  " Welcome to the neiffMMMHihootf ���. ���  can  I borrow your Jawnmpwarf *  Insurance value of your home  Contrary to popular,belief,  the insurance value of a home  is not reckoned by its market  value. Subtract the value of  the land from the total worh of  your property and you still do  not arrive-at the insurable  figure.-  Insurance is based on the  replacement cost of a  dwelling ... what it would  cost to replace a totally  destroyed building. Insurance  companies first arrive at a  construction cost Jigure  worked out on a, per-square  foot basis. The next step is  value for extra features such  as fimshed._J)_asjements_,_  number of bathrooms, special  panelling; Then consideration  is given.to standard, custom  or luxury design, building and  materials.  On top of these three figures  is an inflation value and extra  cost for outbuildings.  consultants ltd.  683  _ Box 1105, Secholt,  Let us handle your development  Approval delays cost more than  -8903 [Vancouver] 885  B.C. VON 3A0  red tape  we do  ���3189 [Secholt]  Neighbourhood infill housing  . Accepting the idea that ah  established low density  residential neighbourhood is  the most desirable, the Real  Estate Board commissioned a  report on ways of providing  new housing within -those  neighbourhoods.  Most suburban residential  ~neighbourhoods~contain-Tand-  that is _ vacant or underutilized, and the Board  shows that encouraging city  and municipal governments to  allow innovative- use. 6L such  parcels of land ! can accommodate more families, at  reasonable cost.  To, allow this to happen,  neighbourhood residents  themselves must accept the  infill theory ��� and further,  governments must be willing  to adjust and upgrade outdated-zoning' by-laws. -    -.-  The   demand   for   good  family housing, that is  reasonably priced exists, and  the infill theory can provide it.'.  The report Successful  Examples Of Neighbourhood  Infill ��� A Housing Opportunity ��� is available at all  public libraries for those who  are interested in" this in-  Tiovatiorr~opportunity~to~solve-  the family accommodation  problem.  \k  pitch m  f7'TRUST" AND INTEGRITY    I  | MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE |  Inform any Real Estate Agent of your choice to  represent  you  as  the  PURCHASER  when   in-  | specting any of the shown listings .. . he- will  have your interest at heart!  I 'MULTIPLE LISTING #41344  FAIRMONT ROAD^ GIBSONS  I  Constructed 1977^-Tbedrooms", 3T5aths,"2300+ sq ft, fully  |_finished area on two floors. Sauna, rec room, oil-fired FHA,  I  double   windows   throughout,    large   decks,    two    brick  fireplaces,  double garage with. automated  doors.   Large  -concrete parking area with driveway situated on a 1.6 acre  j; ravine lot. with southeasterly exposure. Underground ser-  I  vices and sewer. Complete privacy and.unobstructed view  I  over Shoal Channel and Keats Island within walking distance  I  of all services.- Now offered at $68,000 which is well below  assessed values.  HOMES  ROBERTS CREEK $40,500  Lovely view from this large private  "l"0f.~O ldef~2 ~bd rm- homST-roomy^  kjtchen and nook, lots of cupboard  sbace, spacious living room that  opens onto a slate patio surrounded  by shrubs & ornamental trees. This  property is made for a young family.  Phone Suzanne" for viewing;  PRAHROAD      . $53,000  Handsome fireplace for those cozy',  winter nights. Carport and 12x20  workshop, separate dining room,  wood panelling, large kitchen are a  few features that enhance this  spacious home. Situated on one-acre  of excellent soil. Call Terri* Hanson  for viewing��� __. _  GIBSONS $35,500-  Four bedroom older "home with a  large separate dining room, full  -basement-Needs w.of-kbut is a solid  family home. Assumable mortgage of  $29,500. Vendor will carry 2nd. Then  you can make this your home with, a  "small down rpayment'r-Call���Anrrib~  bitson.  WESTSECHELT $61,500  Magnificent ocean- view from this.-  : sparkling clean two bedroom homef-  Well built and insulated with double'  ^pmfe^nrdowsrExtra_gi)est~suitefprr  your; weekend  visitors.  Call  Terri  Hanson for more interesting details.  Mitten Realty Ltd. �������<  HOMES  DAVIS BAY $69,950  1536 sq ft jamilyNhome located on  view lot. Home features large master  bedroom with ensuite, large kitchen  with first line cabinets, dining room,  living    room    with     spectacular .  fireplace and many other comforts.  1536 sq ft of downstairs area also .  ^^ilable^~to=^ive~^ou^TWrrri1'0==  breathe. A quality \ home for ,your  comfort   and  enjoyment.   Call   Don  Sutherland.  DAVIS BAY-VIEW I $53,000  This .Immaculate view home- has  approx 1092 sq ft oh main f|6pr-plus  ground :level third bedroom, rec  room, workshop & utility. Paved  driveway to carport, landscaped.  Look for sign " on ��� Greer Rd near  Chapman. For more info please-call  Corry Ross.  LANGDALE $89,500  Semi-waterfront with beach access.  Spectqc.ular view of Gambier Island  - and  Howe  Soupdr-Three-bdrm;   2  f-ftrepldces: a re jqf few "of "tli e~Teat ures _  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.   ���  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure  HOMES  SECHELT  WATERFRONT  -FOR-A LOOK-AT THIS HOUSE CALL  ANN IBBITSON.  ACREAGE  ACREAGE & TRAILER $38,000  Largely. cleared into bright, sunny  homesite. Good Well, driveway in,  trailer set up on pad, quiet'location.  Call Ann ibbitson to view.  ROBERTSCREEK' $50,000  4.3 acres in upper 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  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONr$79,500  We offer for your inspection this fine  three   bedroom   home   with   unim-  ~ peded   view   and   path   to   pebbly  ' beach. Cedar and glass abound- in  this thoughtfully 'planned house. A  cozy fireplace, hardwood floors and  -quality^rugs-grace thisVchartfier^Ccill-  '-Anrrl bbltsorrf enan-Qppelmnwntto-  view.  SANDY HOOK  . Well located view lot  200' on Coracle Road.  Corry Ross.  SECRET COVE $68,900  Approx 370' of waterfront with. SW  exposure.   Older   2   bdrm  cottage,  . private . dock   with   good   sheltered  moorage. Call Corry Ross.  CHAPMAN CREEK  1-3/4 acres of flat-land Mated at the  mouth of Chapmqn Creek. Lovely 2  bedroom cedar home with separate  guest bedroom. Offered at a most  reasonable   $75,000.  Call   Ann   lb-.  $27,500  approx 70 x  Sign on. Call.  Vap. Direct.  681-7931  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  LOTS  CHERYL-ANN PARK $15,500  "A view - a creek - centrally located in  Roberts Creek with 94 feet of  creekslde ��� 164 feet deep ��� prime  residential lot. Call Don Sutherland.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS $10,000  Build your, country retreat and enjoy  the   Inlet  view. of   mountains   and  water. Lot is serviced with telephone  -janxL^unde^graund-j-wiring,���CaU-  Suzanne Dunkerton.  SELMA PARK  Large builtfing lot in developed area.  Some lovely^trees. Build at the back v  and retain ybur privacy in fhe front.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton.  READY TO BUILD $14,900  View lot in Davis Bay, high on a hill,  yet lot is flat. Cleared, services at lot  line, blacktop road; lot size 70 x 125'.  Call. Ann Ibbitson.  NORWEST BAY ROAD -   $23,500  Two lots side by side, ideal for  mobile home sites. Buy both for  privacy and investment or buy^  separately. Call Don Sutherland.  infa it'and the7soil is_ek^leriLJJflre " ���������bltsoor^  JSiCfc-  GIBSONS-  Here is a  -$49.55  home with a basement  where the children can do their thing  wlthouf disturbing ^anyone. Large  convenient:kitchen, lots of counter  and cupboacd space. Spacious yet  cozy living rdom with a fireplace, 3  bdrms upstairs and a possible 4th. in  -thebasementTTclose-torall^ameriitlffsr:  Call Suzanne Dunkerton to view this  lovely home.  -property --where-itjJifamtly^tqTr-;;"  .grow.   Cdll   Suzanne   Dunkerton   to  view,  X_ ��� ~,l  EASY PORPOISE BAY ^StT.ODO  1.3 acres of rural solitude. Private  driveway ��� treed ��� 145 x 405 ideal  for quiet living. Call Terri Hanson for  more info.  COMMERCIAL  RETIREMENT ENTERPRISE  Live in this attractive 1500 sq ft  house with 20 x 40 swimming pool.  You also have a twenty pad trailer  ^parJiwdthjacyiLfpjLej<parLsiQnin^  six acre yiew'property. Good income  with low overhead. Call Ann Ibbitson. 1        ~* r  "MINUTES FROM SECHELT       $55^000  Waterfront with spectacular view of  Trail Islands. 1 acre of southwesterly .  exposure7.  EXTRA FINE HOME V $105,000  With 1.5 acres with 87.25 feet  waterfront. Sitting high on a bluff,  you m;ay see tomorrow!) Call Ann  Ibbitson. ���  GIBSONS BLUFF $110,000  Executive WF home on the Georgia  Bluff. This is a large 4 bdrm home;  quality & space are only two of the  " many features of this home. Three  large sundecks to enjoy 180 degree  __vlew   of���Howe���Sound,���Islands���&~  mountains. Separate 2 bdrm guest  ^cottage', fully insulated ori lower  - level of this double lot. Call Suzanne.  TUWANEK  "lieri>. i.sjhe^ounti^retr^atforiyou^  Cozy cottage on freed lot,  net far  from. beach.    Skylight    and   freestanding  fireplace,  great   value  at  $19,500. Call Terri Hanson:  ATLAST $22,000 "  A lot that is within 30 feet of the  outside water, but here Is the gift ���  66 feet of road-allowance which is  ' unused,   maybe  you   can  take  advantage. Viewing this is a must. Call  Ann1 Ibbitson.  FOR RENT' ~>  Reasonable to good tenants ��� lovely  2 bdrm & studio, 1750 sq ft waterfront home. Contact Ann Ibbitson.  KEATS ISLAND  ~ld~eal~f6T^th at summer retreat or  weekend hideaway. Good building  lot priced at a mere $7,500. Call Terri  for more details.  DON SUTHERLAND  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542   .  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  -.:"���   885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver OTHER OFFICES  3343 Kingsway TO SERVE YOU  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES  CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Surrey  10474 137th Street  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy'  Powell River  ; 4726 Marine Avjenue  Ji|'"(p*'l*#**(M(*��w���.11.  'X  Hmm  ���    ' I  ���    'y     .liJII        K '.**����    -I   ��-   IH   i��n-*n  WW."!(t��5*W* ���*<���-  ���-. 1  ���./  * i ���*��� ��*���� 9* m*��m fi? * ^*i^m    to?-** y ^  | f        |   f,     ��     ft    , 1ft   .a*,   t*t ���**���***  rrlifi ******  "7- ��-,��*- ��,       ��*-  f�� ���**��  Wh'l* )-  */.#*   *   '��� ^fi^��$**m<vr#,&m wm^*-^*  n��&*immty>Wts ���B,��"fl��fl*��(  T i    I  '.   A  - p\.  i "  ��� A  ���-  ���/;,-   y '"������"    ;\'  yy  ^AAXXXXkdA.,,X:  ^F'y^X.-k-vx*' .  �� ��� 'At " ������ ���N    "  ^  Wednesday, November 8, 1978  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  Powell River Seniors bring sunshine  By ROBERT FOXALL  I think we should invite the Powell  River Seniors to visit us quite frequently.  Three times the writer has reported visits  from Powell River and three times the  ��� weather was glorious on the arrival of  their bus. This was the case on November  when 48 members visited Sechelt. On their  arrival at noon they were greeted not only  by about 50 members of No. 69, but also by  a burst of sunshine. Ellen Berg and her  social committee had been busy and were  nsooFseatihglfna serving our visitorsafter-  President Bill Scott's words of welcome.  Our workers were very efficient and it  was not longjift^r everyone had finished  eating that the dishes were whiske3'off the  tables, thfe tables pushed back to the walls  and the floor cleared for dancing to the  -merry-music of-the Senior Swingers." All.  too soon the bus pulled up in front of the  "hall to take our visitors back home. We  hope they enjoyed their visit and trip as  much as we enjoyed having them with us.  Last week I promised the names of the  draw winners at.our Fall Tea and Bazaar:  1st prize quilt went tq No. 545 Gladys  Prost; 2nd to No. 99 David Richards and  3rd No. 401 to Esther Wagner/1 list, the  wjnning numbers in case any of-you are.  superstitious~and~wanrto~know what it-  takes to .win..  The November Monthly Meeting will be  held November 16. Bowling will be held on  Mondays except on Nov. 13'when our  bowlers" have accepted an invitation to  visit Gibsons OAPA in their Harmony Hall  for an afternoon of bowling. If you are at.  Our Hall before 1:30 p.m. that day I feel  sure there will be rides available for those  who do npt have-their-own-trarisportatia  There will, of course,- be something  doing on fourth Thursday, Nov. 23. Show  up and have some fun.  CBC skeds available here  JOHN R. GOODWIN  - ~.v-__..,., ^al 27.-__ _. Says ._ _j_  Make a Smart Move with your  ___--_lxii^-accow  �����.  A limited number of CBC-Radio  Program guides covering the twoweeks  November 4-November 17 will be  available and can hk picked up from this  office. y-  "   Not-"included-~ in-the  guide Is  the  Saturday evening Vancouver production  on. AM radio of The Hornby Collection,  which can be heard at 8:05 p.m. On,  November 11, part I, a short story Camping Trip by Elizabeth Brockman readby  Ian tteakin and Part. II, Ootischenie, a  poetic sketch of the Kootenay Doukhobors  "by Rhona Murray, read- by Meredith  Woodward. '    ~  BANK of MONTREAL  FREE DRAW ENTRIES���Closing Date November 17th, 1978  Lions support  local groups  The "Sunshine Coast Lims Club has  donated $250 to the Sunshine Coast Figure]  Skating Club, $250 to the Sechelt MirioV  Hockey Association, $250 to the Legion  Poppy Fund and $200 to the Sechelt Indian  Band Daycare Centre.  The club would also like to remind all  past members that it will be having its 15th  anniversary c@leBraTionFebruaTyl7l979:  All past members, past presidents and  charter members will be invited to this  event.  For further information contact Bob  ^Ien^^B85^B25-weekdaysr^^~-rrr^rr  wvice  Creative, detjgivahcf layouts for  newsletters, booklets and  ���-advertisements. 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PageB-8 The Peninsula Times Wednesday, November 8, 1978   if <
Student research
team visits CBC
Recently the students enrolled in the
Communications course at Elphinstone
took an indepth tour of the CBC building
in Vancouver. The trip was organized by
Dave Helem.
 Thejbuildjng js_aneight-f loprjtructtu-e.
Three of the eight are-below ground. These
three floors are the heart of the CBC.
The building >vas designed for more
practical reasons than appearance, even
though it is exceptionally outstanding.
This is because the filming and broad-
. casting studios needed to be in a soundproof place and the&est place-wherenoise-
interferance is the fewest, is underground.-
One of the most outstanding studios is
the orchestra studio which was built in a,
area like a box within a box. The inner
room rests on rubber cushions.
From a huge ventilation system which
takes up the top two floors of the buUding,
protrudes five long tubes, each of which is
_abput_five_feet round, carrying cool air to
the hot studios below.
The purpose of the tour was to learn the
technical aspects of television broadcasting. We went to different studios
learning what different people's functions
were and how it all fit together.
On our round-about-tour we first visited
the Radio Broadcasting Control room. In
this room is housed a huge computer
which handles both English and French
radio stations with a little help from five or"
six technicians.. •>, '
From here we ventured Off into a small
packaging studio. This studio can be used
fo edit pre-taped programs but for the
majority of time it is used to send out live
radio broadcasts such as interviews and
The Rene Simard apartment house set
was the next area of interest. Here we saw
^e.get_.jgJ.h^_shovyrfrqm_the. cUrectojr^s '
viewpoint. We were, informed about the,
lighting and audio consoles.  Also we
learned how important a director is for
running a good show.
Fronvthere we went to a set which was
going to be used later on. We had an hour
break, during .half of which our group
Rene Simard Show.
Next on the agenda was the master
control room. From here English and
French programs were distributed
throughout the country. Part of this area
was tele-cini, where movies "or slides are
" put on the air.
The" record library has a huge, up to
date selection, of _records. It-is used by_
directors and disc jockeys.
One of the more interesting areas, to a
lot of people, was the props area. This
- immense section covers most of the third
floor underground in the CBC building. It
includes the paint shop, plastic shop,
woodwork shop, drafting shop and special
effects. We saw upcoming sets fdr future
films and shows.. These sets were in all
stages from planning to finishing. Seeing
we had to return to Gibsons we had to cut
the tour short. The trip was very
educational and lots of fun, we hope to do
things like this again. — Bill Hume,
Michael Duteau and Steve Ripper.
Gibsons hospital auxiliary report
The regular monthly meeting of the
Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary was held on
November 3 in the Calvary Baptist Church
Hall on Park Road.
President Joan  Rigby  chaired  the
meeting with 31 members in attendance.
bers, Jessie Blakeman  and Sharon
Webber.        ,
Committee chairpersons reported that,
for the moiith of September 25 volunteers
worked a total of 91 hours. Rene Jardine
displayed_a lovely^oUectionjrf^agticles
assisted by Phoebe Blomberg, Maria
Pettersen and Polly Warn, v^
The annual Gibsons^^Auxiliary
Christmas Card Fund will be co-ordinated
again this year by Amy Blain, assisted by
Maria Pettersen.
December 6, and will take the form of a
Christmas luncheon-meeting. Location to
be announced at a later date. — Marie
received from auxiliary knitters during
the past month.
Ida Leslie gave a very interesting
report on the results of thejBCAHA Conference which was held at the Grace,
Hospital in Van Dusen Gardens, Vancouver, B.C. on October 11th. Nine
members attended from the Sunshine
Coast attended representing the six
auxiliaries from St. Mary's.Hospital — the'
largest group present to represent one
A~ report was read by Polly Warn, on
behalf of Helen Weinhandle who was the
convener for the last Lions Club Dinner on
October 24, which stated 27 dinners were
-pre^ared-and-served-to- club-members^
-Thenextdinner-meeting on November 28
will- be  convened  by  Verla   Hobson,
Eight dishes to
choose Irom
Wednesday to Sunday
Monday & Tuesday
* Dally luncheon Specials
* Tako-Out Orders
Sunnycrest Contro
Gibsons ,
When it comes to
use your
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ANDERSON CREEK chum salmon
aje stripped for use In a Pender
■tr-H&rbojir Salmonijd-JEnehai^ement
Project. Work is beginning soon on a
park at the creek where the public
can view^the fish in their natural'
spawning grounds. - ; -_-—-_7 ^
Museum receives Koerner grant
The-Canadian movement lor personal fitness.
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Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.
The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum has
received a $1,000 grant from the Leon and
thea Koerner Foundation for the purpose
of upgrading the Museufli's photographic
collection. This grant, in additibnit(L$iQO
received from the Municipality of Gibsons,
will go towards re-photographing,
developing and .enlarging over 1,500
historical photographs.
A   B.C.   Museums
and   Archives
museum to construct two £hoto display
stands to exhibit approximately 200 - 8 x 10
enlargements. The collection, although
substantial, by no means adequately
covers the entire Sechelt Peninsula.
The museum would appreciate anyone
with historical photographs contacting
886-9306 or 885-2971. The Roberts Creek
Historial Committee has recently made
_availaWe_its.cpllection of: photographs and
negatives     from     its:    .publication
"Rememberihg Roberts Creek".
*  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, with
assistance from two Canada World Youth
■members and Uie museum's volunteer
can make use of the museum's facilities at
any time. Please contact Nora Hill at 886-
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Section C
Wednesday, November 8,1978
Pages 1-6
Griding & Gravel Curbs
•Soil dement*Drainage Roads
•Industrial Sites*Parking Areas
Tennis Courts .Driveways
North VoncwiMr Ollle* — Zwilth 2»2i
Rod & Gun banquet Dec. 9
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t_f^^m_ BC Rood
.--^^m^m Alleviation
December 9, and the place is the Senior
( Citizens' Hall in Sechelt. This is a very
nice hall andl is convenient for the caterer
flelen Robertson,! If you have game meat
ybu^houliEl get in touch with Bill Boyte or.
with Joe Mellis. The price of the tickets
was set at $15 for a single ticket and $25 for
a couple.
The Day Shoots will begin Sunday,
November 5 and 19 starting at 1 p.m. The
night Shoots will begin Monday,
November 13 and 27 at 6 p.m. and finishing
before 9 p.m.
a The RCMP will be on hand at the next
meeting to exjflSM the new legislation and
all related matters. It would be nice to
On October 8,12 shooters took part in a
shoot, the trap winner was Chris Smith.
In the Junior Program Bill Rankin has
six juniors registered in the course which.
he conducts on Wednesday evenings from'
7 to 8 p.m. When the course is completed
and the students have written their exam,
they will begin to shoot. This will probably
be the first or second week in December.
The Rod and Gun Club would like to
express their thanks to Archie, Scott, Les
ChamberUnandBill Rankin who spent a
day at their Clubhouse cutting wood for the
Clubhouse range.
They'd also like to thank their Conservation officer for giving them a bear
Shop Canadian
IVY LEE ot secneit receives iwo
tickets to see the VancouverCanucks
December,23 donated by Don
Sutherland of Mitten Realty. Lee won
the tickets in a raffle draw to fund
Sechelt Elementary'strip to, the King
Tut exhibition in Seattle. Brian
Butcher, principal, looks on. Ten
teachers and 109 students travelled to
the exhibit October 23 and 24.
Sports briefs
Ladies bowling
By Sharon Schroeder,, 883-2573
The following are the scores for Ladies
bowling played on November 1:
Sylvia Wood 203 (540); Flo Turner 228
(545); Mary Kastak 220 (533); Flo Stavert
208 226 (567); Dayle Siebert 204; Wendy
Steele 210 (562); Lynne Pike 205 (554);
Heather Brackett 288 (660); Lil McCourt
204 (539); Marie Brooks 223 268 (683)*,
Brenda^Siebert 207 (535).
LADIES GOLF- - - ___ _ _ ."
paper the'Ladies Golf is now finished for
the season, but there is going to be a little
winter golfing this year also. These will be
combined men and women's golf.
Alto©^.*!^. wpnXhe-fitayja&JS pjften,
they still will be out there on the greens.
Ladies golf will begin again on the first
Tuesday in April.
On Saturday, November 4, Gibsons
Rugby Club played Vancouver Rowing
Club. They won their game 12 to 6. The
Vancouver. The score in the first half was
Vancouver 6 Gibsons 0, The top scorer was
Frank Hayies with 1 drop goal, one penalty
and one convert, also J. Boinfert"had a tryT
The wind wps blowing hard and both
teams used it to their advantage. The hext
game will be on Saturday, November 18 at
Elphinstone. The Gibsons Rugby Club will
be playing the Eastmen from Vancouver.
For fishing this week they have been
catching a lot of good size spring but
nothing else. At Smittys Marina they have
had some local fishermen go through the
_ Gap and caught some spring moophing._At
-Duncan Gove-tHeir-guests have-been-going-
out with very good luck. One of their
guests, went out and caught an 18-pound
salmon and a 15-pound salmon and a few
smaller ones.
Minor hockey
teams.to get
Practices and scrimmages will'continue through the November 11-12
weekend. In minor hockey they will
-abandon. team_numbers this week and
assigrt sponsors to their 19 teams: They
still have room on the teams for players 10
and under, if you've played before, or
never played... go out and give hockey a
try, it's a greatgaifie;       *        "
A final coaches meeting will take place
November 9 at 7:30 p.m. . t Sechelt
Elementary, where they will finalize the
schedule up to Christmas, as well as to sort
out uniform, goal pads, gloves, etc. Teams
are urged ~to_have at least one of the
coaches at the meeting.
The BCAHA will be at the Sechelt
Arena November 18, for a referees certification clinic. Fpr anyone interested in
miss- this clinic, they do a terrific job.
JWatch the papers for more jiext week,
coaches,- parents, players will all" be
welcome at this clinic.
On the rocks
. Plans are well under way for the annual
men's open bonspiel to be held at the
Gibsons Winter Club on November 24, 25
and 26. As usual the 'spiel is fully subscribed, and we are all looking forward to
a successful weekend of curling.
League play still has openings" every
night for any late starters, and it is hoped
that we can get a Sunday hangover league
going again this year. Ice time is cheaper
on Sunday for a full league, so call Gus if
you are interested. There is a big hangover
league trophy going begging, and mens or
Jadies_teams.are-w.elcome-to- play.'for_it..
.Over 60 curlers took "advantage of ttie
opportunity to win $100 in the early bird
draw, by paying their fees before October
31. Congratulations to Dan Reitlo, winner
of the draw.
Gus has a good selection of brooms,
gloves and sliders for sale. They make
terrific Christmas presents for the curlers
on your list!
Don't forget the general meeting on
November 28 at 8 j).m.
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'     -1 ,���r-���  PageG2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 8,1978  MICKM  50 Years Old  Come in and have a piece of  Birthday Cake���on Saturday  afternoon, November 18th at  TWENTY ADULT Scout leaders organizer Ivan Smith poses with a   of Vancouver, Jim . Lamphrier of  attended the Rover Leaders Gilwell crew just back from Clowholm. From   Vancouver, Graham Lyon of Powell  Course at Caifip~Byng from October_left_to_ jight  is:   Smith's   Wayne   River and Richard-Fletcher of North  27-2fr. and November 3 to  5.  The Crampton of Vancouver, Dave Carter   Vancouver,  leaders   also   gained  training   experience at Clowholm and Lasqueti  Island during the course. Here local  Grade 12 exams  ��� The Ministry of Education makes  available a battery oLexams to adults who  were .unable to  complete high school  graduation. Adults can, challenge these  exams, and if successful, will be awarded  the grade 12 Equivalency Diploma by the  Ministry of Education.   ���  Applicants must be at least nineteen  years old, have lived in British Columbia a  minimum of six months and been out of  school for one full academic year.  The next testing session is Decerpber 1,  6-10 p.m.- and Dec. 2,10 a.m. - 5 p.m. in  Chatelech "Junior Secondary School jn_^.  Sechelt. "       r ^ ���  The deadline for applications is  November 20 and the multiple choice  exams will only be offered if a minimum of  20 adults are interested. The majority take  these exams without preparations, but  some attend upgrading classes or work at"  home:��� ~ r -  For a special application form please  call 885-3512, Centre for Continuing  Education, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.  SEAVIEW PLACE, GIBSONS  Dollar Days Continues  Nov. 5 thru Nov. 9  BUY YOUR 1st  "MIKEBURGER" AT $1.79  GET YOUR 2nd  DINNER FOR $1.00  AH ��A  \*.  W  Ao  d  '��'  ALL AGES  Sunnycrest Centre,  GlbsdnSj  88&7018  a  V.   O'  COUPON  Name .  Address  Phone  m.*i rt ^wmw  Fill in this Coupon  and WIN a Giant  TMicKc^Md^  over 3 feet tall.  Draw to be made  November 18th  mm  :.*>  ������Iliiw'v*1'* m**"w *���** '��****'  AMAZING!!  The winner.of last-week's-puzzle contest is JENNIFER VIRAG of  Gibsons who is 8 years old. (Call the office or come by to get your  prize). Thanks to all of you who sent in solutions.  This week worMhe maze ��� holp the dog find its buried bone ���  and sijMid it to us to BOX 310, SECHELT. Maybe one of you will win!  Don't forget to send us other stuff, too ��� like pictures and stories.  This is YOUR page.  So long for, now I  i,j-.  Study the maze carefully.       ���  A dog burled his bone, but forgot where he buried it.  Help this dog find his bone.  Remembrance Day  November 11th  .MoreW  ���^.*f.  MAKE IT!  Cheese Brollies  Here Is a tasty lunch you can mqke for yourself and your family.  Lightly toast halved hamburger buns under the broiler on the  broiling pan. Butter each bun half. Spread lightly vi/llh saldd  dressing. Put one slice of cheese on eadt bun. Top wlthf 1 slice of  tomato apd 1/3 slice bacon. Broil In the1 oven until the cheese is  bubbly and the baconfls cooked. Servo with a cup of soup. ���^  ,JI.*m\,.��.*t.\.l.\Am\JL.MA.\,f.&J.Am..lm\.'.,!i~\ !-.'. JmX. I .1.1 .(.!..������* .l-US.,,.'...'..  Address ..  ,y. ,���'. .��� Ago ...  v  X  Fdu/     Whdel     time.   ��� Mv   fow lL Jflbi^L Jte:..IX  My rr\al^y4v'   ���*'       9n^}f ^"-'''  ,\V  ,\w  r����\  ...,j.  I  ,m,   l - I  '  to rcyck  ���*ft  d ~:J~ ��� ; i ���" " ~"  ,..U:.....4-~,.L *rrv  'V  4    ���*  *#��  GRINS & GIGGLES  PETE; My uncle disappeared when he was on a hunting trip;  PAUL: What happened to him?       -   ''  PETE: Something he disagreed with ate him.  TEACHER: Will someone ^loqso toll me where olephdnts are found.  BILLY: Elephants are so big they hardly ever get lost.  MAN (to station agent): When does tho next wost^tound train   ������-" - ������--��� qrrlve? - ������������--' - ��� - - �� ���   ���-������ ������������������ /��� ������  AGENT: 3 p.m.  MAN: Whon's the next one east?.  AGENT: 4 p.m.  $Mg%^h�� ^tff);^W* train?   .^"uk   7-  MANi-And th�� fouthbound?  'AGENT: t>h, that left 2 hours ago.  MAN: Well, I guess it's safe to cross the tracks now.  \,\i\' p.Mi  iH<  p i( \\ '  \\ \   \    ���  1 I' 1     ��l  *w  . iAV*'��',,,'^,",  ���\  TONGUE TWISTERS  Billy Button bought a butt��r��d blicult  Davy Doldrum dr��am��d h* drov* a dragon ,  ��+4umphr��y   Hu<kl��botk   had   a    hwndr��d  h*dg*hoQi  Walter. WlflgU won �� walking wag��r    ; : ,  Ollvi Og|��tnorp�� ogl*d an owl and an  N��ddy Noodl�� nlpptd fili^tlgfjberi p��tm��8 ���  mmm*  M  MM  ���������VMM  \'A       1  ''    i,7,y.  ...~>     a 1   *   . (W  .^^j jiwwi . . .. 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Take 30 Edge of Night       Movie: T.B.A. Take 30 Dinah  -Alan-Hamel -Over-Easy Popeye     Match-Game News   3:30     Celebrity Cooks Boomerang Cont'd. ���   ._ Celebrity Cooks    Confd. Cont'd. Book Beat Banana Splits       Jeannie Cartoons  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Charlie  Chaplin  For Kids  Goodies  All   In   FamUy  After-school  T.B.A.  News  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Carol Burnett  News  Bionic  Woman  Sanford & Son  News  Everyday  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Muppets  Confd.  Confd.  P.M. Northwest  Confd.  Hollywood  T.B.A.  T.B.A.^  Hockey:  Sesame Street  Mr. Koget*  Confd.  Electric  Co.  Super  Stars  Leave to Beaver  r I Love Lucy  Part.  Family  Funorama Battle Planets  Gilligan's  Island Part.  Family  My 3 Sons Petti. Junction  I Love Lucy Hollywood Sqs.  Confd.  Confd.  Seattle  T.B.A.  Confd. Confd. Teams T.B.A. .     Blue Marble Brady Bunch Andy Griffith Carol Burnett  Confd. Mary T. Moore Confd. Dick  Cavett My 3 Sons         ��� Gong Show Bob Newhart  Star Trek Newlywed Game Cont'd. News Hogan's  Heroes Joker's  Wild Vancouver  Confd. Joker's Wild Cont'd. T.B.A. Bob Newhart Wives of Pat. Confd.  _     8:00  =*gy30'  9:00  9:3f  -we4*-���  .Musicamera  Cont'd-.  r&:Js=JSW��Jgtw==���  Cont'd:  Charlie's Angels  Confd.  10:01  10:30  11:00  11:30  T.B.A  T.B.A.  National News  Night Final  Vega?  Confd.  News  Police Woman  T.B.A.                     Confd.                    Poor Man              T.B.A.                     Confd.                    T.B.A.  Movie: T.B.A.        Musicamera            Movie: T.B.A.        Charlie's                 Performance T.B.A.  Confd. Cont'd. .     Confd. Angels     Confd. T.B.A.  T��WlFtfed~Ga��ev"C6nfa.k'X   Merv Griffin Confd.  Confd. Movie: T.B.A.  Confd. , Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Tonight Show  Sha Na Na  Watson Report  News  Confd.  Confd. .  Confd.  News  Late Movie  Lifeline.  Cont'd.  News  Confd.  Confd.  Newsmakers  Scenes from a  Marriage   ���News  Love Experts  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Britain's  Finest Home  Love Experts  Late Movie  Confd.  "-  Confd.  Sports Page  Coht'd.    v.        y  Thursday, Nov. 9  Wednesday, November 8,1978      ���    The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  rgMWi  ��  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  SUNSHINE C0ASTJ.V._���  $tered& Appliances "  8859816   in mc ^p OF SECHELT *>">��  AFTER THE SALE IT IS IHE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL.8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12   CHANNEL 13  12:00 Switzer  12;30 Search for Tom.  1:00 Bob McLean  1:30 Confd.  All My Children  Confd.  1 Life To .Live  Cont'd.'  Hollywood  Days of  Our Lives  The  Doctors  Sqs.  News  Ida  Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Confd.  2:00 Edge of Night  2:30 T.B.A.  3:00 Take 30  3:30 Celebrity Cooks  News  As the  World Turns  Guiding Light  News  Movie:   T.B.A.  Confd.  Confd.  Cinematic   Eye  Music Place  All About  You  Word Shop  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Five Fingers  Dr. In House  All In Family  Crosswits  M.A.S.H.1  All  My  ChUdren  .  -Vancouver  Confd.  General  Hospital  Edge of Night  Treehouse  4:00     Charlie  Chaplin  4:30     What's New  -*00 Goodies   5:30     All in Family  $6,000,000 <.Man  Confd.   ��..-  "News ��� .-; ��� -  Confd.   '    "  Another  World     *  Movie: T.B.A.  Cont'd.   Can.  Schools  T.B.A.  Take 30  Celehrlty Cooks  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Confd.  Another  World  Cont'd.  ���-  Alan Hamel  Confd. ��  Art Cart  Once Upon  Over Easy  Julia Child  Cont'd.  Confd.  Popeye  Banana Splits  Dating Game  Tic Tac Dough  Match' Game  Jeannie  Confd.  Going Places  News  Cartoons  Cont'd.  Cont'd.-  -Caroi  Uurnetf  News  6:00 /News  6:30/   Cont'd.  7:00     Mary T. Moore  7:30     Trivia   Quiz  Btohic 'Woman'     Everyday       1 'Price is Right      Sesame Street       Super Stars Funorama Battle Planets  Cont'd. Cont'd. . 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'.I    '  ���I..      !.  :i  V  M' '���        :     ���(  f  f ������>l��'-V.J,lJ'  y>  ' /  Wednesday, November 8, 1978  Squaringly yours  By MAURICE HEMSTREET  Hello, fellow square dancers, here we  go again with more people getting interested in the square dance field of  recreation for various reasons, like it's a  much cheaper'way of entertainment, lots'  of good, clean fun, good for your health,  you get to know a lot of new friends and in~>  square dancing they are great peopfe^pr   x  they wouldn't take part to start with and,  jweU,���whatiha,heck,���whereelsejcaH_you,gQ=-  out for an evening of fun for only $2 each?  The answer: only to another square dance.  November 3 ���with me and my Golden  Tones on stage and almost four sets of  dancers on the floor, we had another -  fantastic time. We must have because the  laugh meter read almost a hundred, but  imagine, just one cotton-pickin' men short  of four sets. We would have settled for a  tall man, so if there is a square dancer out  in this area of the male type who' knows  their fight hand from the left, give me a  call at 885-3359 because we do have extra  ladies in both the learners' class and The  Country Stars. Come on and join the fun.  Well, for a change I won't pick on caller  HELEN GOTTSCHALK and Maureen Sinai . ., TM instructors.  Meditators come back  Lord Jims Lodge underwent an  unusual transformation last week as it  'became the winter home of western  Canada's     largest     transcendental  meditation training centre.  The summer resort will be the centre  for training in advanced meditation  techniques, including the much-publicized  -Supernormal���Abilities Course -which  teaches levitation.  _Jfatnictor Helen -Goi  centre will be open until spring for week-  long* sessions. Eight weeks is <a complete  course, and up to 25 trainees are expected  per week.  Gottschalk said the centre is located in  B.C. as part of the organization's, campaign to create invincibility for British  Columbia, and also to- furthei*, what is  known among TM advocates as- the  Josephson Effect.  The basis of the campaign to create  invincibility is the belief that the quality of  individual consciousness determines the  quality of provincial and national consciousness.  - Centres in British Columbia and  Quebec were established to produce,the  Josephson Effect, which is based on the  and meditation.  The general effect of meditation, says  Gottschalk, is to provide.deeper rest than  in deep sleep, thereby releasing deep(  seated stress, and Creating higher energy  levels, greater mental potential, harmony,  balance and better health.  As for the supernormal course, Gottschalk .says the public, "only" sees the-  flashiness of the techniques, and-not the  -r-practieal-aspects a mediator experiencesr-  belief-that orderliness can 'tunnel"  ^through disorder.  Gottschalk said by building centres of  collective consciousness at either end of  the country, orderliness can be conducted  through the populations between' the two  "It's not for the Sake of flying," she  said. "That's of little importance.  Levitation, she said, . is only a  manifestation of mind-body co-ordination  and helps develop the co-ordination more  quickly.  "The co-ordination between mind and  body develops orderliness and coherence  which develops consciousness, and that's  what we're looking for."  This is the second year, the group has  wintered on the peninsula. Summers are  spent on Whistler Mountain, and Gottschalk says the JTM, organization would  like to purchase land to establish a permanent home.  Tomorrow (Thursday, November 9)  ottschalk  and other~instructdfs  Harry today because last Friday night 1  noticed that his good wife Deanna was  giving him what for, for goofing the round  dance that they were teaching. Well,  Deanne, take it from an older one, no one  is perfect except me. and I don't  strkemihakes.    I was seated so far away from  President Merrill Bowes last night that I  had to try lip reading and I wrote down  what I thought he said during his coffee  time:speech, and it went something like  this. The meeting is now in order, at this  time I would like to take a few minutes of  your time and tell you that I think you are  a very successful, talented, versatile *'  gtQUR-oLsquarejdancers, nice.to square...  dance with, lots of fun on the floor and very  nice to have as friends!"' Well now,  remember I was reading his lips and I  thought to myself, what a nice thingto say  about us, he really has a gift as a great  MC. However, later on I found out that he  hadri?t -said a derned word at all, what  happened was that someone had given him ,  a cookie and he was just eating it and  taking his time, well what can I say, I  guess he likes cookies.  Caller Harry Robertson will be on stage"  next Friday and we have about seven sets  in our cIubrsHe&SLall turn out and scare  the devil right out of him, hokay?  x Well, must run, so see you next Friday  evening at the square dance. Have a good  fa <feue tiU 1/ertty Sett"  X        -COUTTS/HALLMARK-  Cd"m"pTef^  GHRJSTMASCARpS/yi/^P/BOVyS/TAGS/NAPKINS/  TABLEWARE/SfeRVIETTES/INVlfATJONS.  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MotierG^i^O  Mawlali *nd ��p��r,iiitMlon�� ��ub|tcl to cn��no�� wllhotil nolle*,  ��� \i , ������!'.,..��.. .-,��,��"���>��'��������������*t.p'-i-.-i. '������������������:;i���^,%'X.:,.y'mL^n.~~,-'i''  ,   .^.,i...  ���K...,.,  ,       I  j��^���VWW��M^!>5AiWS��**^��!.rf^��.t1^1'S��K|  ���     j  . -   f        | !   .  i    "  ���>   il 1  <^Bi*s^^^��^��i^Bi^����*,*Wni^iteW{^ilK  ��HS��<StV��l(*'sl��!!*1"*,-,f(?*�������! I f-S*  ^*J.(E^^iiSWrptJ*^  I  <il��tuiiitvKr��f^KfaiSJ����tt��ll;7^.t*i^��?K.;  r*��J*jS.-pft����aH��!��WS|>  \  h  ' I  ��*S!��i��(#*<5S,!S*Wl 'ftHa^.WJltlWi-*  .'���/ /  '/   ,  ���'��� \ ������  l.ki  I  ��� XT'  '���'���' X  ,    :���/.���  VI  t--  r  .->  X-  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  Arthritis van here Nov. 13  Wednesday, November 8, 1978  THE POETS OF CANADA edited by Johiv  Robert Colombo, Hurtig cl978, 303 pages,1  author index, $12.95.  THE TREASURY OF AMERICAN  POETRY edited by Nancy', Sullivan,  Doubleday cl978,833, author-title-first line  *>-~'  mdexTjlTTSOT  Cdlombojxt  has  the inveterate "gatherer'^  done it again in his new poetry  FoTleWonTTHE'PXJETrOFTMffiXBr  is author % of the well known literary  magazine, Tamarack, and the author of  CANADIAN QUOTATIONS ��� and  CANADIAN REFERENCES. What he  gives to Canadians is the opportunity of  seeing themselves as an amalgam. *  His POETS'OF CANADA continues in  this genre as he gathers 200 poems across  a time span as old as Canada itself. He  begins, with the original people of the  nation, the Inuit, and then moves to the  Indian contribution, and on to the various  ethnic groups that continued to,populate  the country and make it what it is now.  This potpourri of song, ballad and poem  does, in fact, give a "panorama" of works  Jhat just could be what Canadians are all  about. ~~ .  . The one danger that the reader must  deal with-is~takiiig~ffie collection too  seriously. It is not a definitive work, nor  does^if pretend to be.- Obviously, one  cannot give an accurate picture of the  literary effort of either country or poet by  selecting only one example from each  author. Colombo realizes the responsibility he has taken on, and claims that  his book gives "the reader some indication  of the variety and vitality of poetry written  in Canada." He lays .claim to nothing  more. -...-.  One of more fascinating aspects of the_  ok-1iritrBtterrtiorrio~tihe-7pcets^hem-  selves. Each enjoy a short? biography and  in every case, a lead-in to other works by  that poet".:  Perhaps someday Colombo will see fit  to either add more poems for the  somewhat "deprived" artists, or reduce  the numbei1 of poets and include more of  their works. Iii any event, it is a book that  will sell well, a characteristic of Mr.  Colombo's marketing skills, and find its  way onto Canadiana shelves without a  doubt.  THE. TREASURY OF AMERICAN  POETRY is more fair to its poets of whom  .there are fewer. It does not, however, give  the reader biographies as does Colombo's  book..There are over twice as many pages  and, of course, a better sampling of each  author.    The    book    is    arranged  Chronologically,  similar to. that  of  I Colombo's. It does lack the sparkle and  ^otalityof the latter's work, thoughTAs in^  assumed mat when one becomes an  American citizen, he emerges as an  American and not a full member of his  ethnic group who just happens to  certain country. Therefore, the poer  .not_introtluced as representative-  segments of the population, but as of the  poet onfyr  The book is a more serious work, and,.  as fully indexed, it makes a fine reference  piece. The two books, only recently on the  bookstore shelves, make compatible  companions: Colombo and .his lively,  readable collection and Nancy Sullivan's  generous sampling of American writing.'  The newest occupational therapy van,  an# the most modern, in the four-van fleet  operated by The Arthritis Society iii B..C.,  will be ' on the Sunshine Coast from  November 13 to 17.  The van will be driven by society occupational therapist Grant McLean who  will be working in conjunction with personnel from the Gibsons' Health Unit; and  at Sechelt With Ian hunter, physiotherapist  -at-St���Mary-s-Hospitat-Metean-will-see-  patients with arthritis on referral from  "fanailv doctors.  TBuOleW vanwas maaTpossible by a  $12,500 grant from the Vancouver Foundation. 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Port.Mellon residents phone bills are  likely to increase, by 40 cents monthly,  Graeme Stuart, public information  supervisor for B.C. Telephone announced  last week.   < ' '  ^The company has applied to the CRTC  to transfer the Port Mellon exchange to a  higher rate grouping because the number  of phones now exceeds its current--'rate  step."  ���Stuartrsaid-he~full3r~expected-��tn-af-~  firmativfe decision and predicted the rates  would increase early next year.  The higher grouping means the 66  telephones in the community may cost  $6.85 instead of the current $6.40.   ,  Customer  service  manager ��� Stan  Pattersoq said. B.C. Tel is required to  report tothe CRTC when'the number; of  phones in an exchange exceeds its current  -ratefstiep: :   "Subscribers in Port Mellon now have  toll-free access to more than 7,400  telephones," he said "and under the new  formula used to determine rates, brings  the exchange into,, the next higher  category."  _ Rates for two party service would increase 30 cents to $5,20_jrom.$4.9Q.:For  individual business lines-there would be a  $1.65 per month increase to $16.05 fromthe  -present-$i4;40r'���; ; :   -**=^-=c-w*j:-^i7  .Most teenagers know that, they have to  be quite forebearing with parents if they  intend to stay under the same roof during  the years when they no longer are children  but still not independent adults.  Most parents, feel ��� it requires the  patience of an angel to live with eternally  dirty socks., on the bathroom floor,  telephone calls that never seem to end and  teenagers who are convinced thay have  found all the answers, if only parents were  equipped with a njiinimal brain capacity.  Elisabeth Brown knows a lot about the  problems parents and teenagers are faced  with because both parts lack some  essential communicaition" skills. Many  parents feel guilty because their teenagers  reject the traditional role in the family and  it is often difficult for a teenager to understand why t��ey still are treated as  Life is Art in Gibsons  'Report from the  _Gil��on's_Landing-  Preservation  and  suriace-of-the-swamp-Gathered - toward - -  the water side edge of this stump are  stones: a preference for the -lighter  coloured ones is observed, adding interest,  by means of contrast, to an�� otherwise  unexceptional, olive coloured stone.  There are some shells here too, scattered amongs the stones: a gnarled and  dirty remnant of an oyster shell; a thin,  fragile chip of some unidentified shell, it-  looks like a piece of plastic cup, but  something tells you it is not; A third shell,  another oldbit, has hair pasted back from  -its"greenish~yeUowJtjbfithlike- ridges ��� a  crab shell we speculatST^The twb"~  remaining shells are as whole and perfect  as their predecessors are mutilated; one ~  tiny, perfect, classic clam, and one  mussel, a dark purple with a flash of white  down its raised back, like a\killer whale,  belly up.  Interesting enough so far. But where ���  -thiscollectionreally-takes-off in the bits  of glass, crouched in-the midst of these  stones, pieces of wood, and shells. There is  a small, green trapezoid, cool and clear as  a mountain lake, a larger frosty bit that  chills like the ice of the Arctic, and finally,  one softly rounded chunk of i blue green/  lost by some wave from the Caribbean,  The surilightplaying on anctofi these bits of  glass is enchanting. It sets the mood for  what is to come next. Perched precisely,  -yetcasuallyron the very rim of this^tump-  is a two-piece; red and yellow, mini-brick  construction. You remember mini-bricks?  Good. Well, this combination is perfect:  the fit is snug, but not tight, the colours  children when they, at the same time, are  taking responsibilities for certain "adult"  areas.  '. The problems go on and on. Often they  only dissolve because the teenage^ leaves  home.  Elisabeth Brown has offered four  lectures for parents of teenager to show  that positive changes can be made if  parents, learn to recognize, the problems  that lead to collisions between the two  generations. She. will also talk about the  teenagers' special needs for relevant  nutrition, recreation and education.  --~-^e^ee4s^0^r^itheri��rent-t)ri3othr  Committee   for   the  Perpetuation of Found Art:  The collection under study lies on a  large old stump, perhaps three feet in  diameter. It consists of pieces of wood,  likely cedar, in shapes of triangles and  rectangles, strewn spaciously over the  Aloha luncheon  well-attended  The annual Aloha Luncheon sponsored  by Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary on  November 3 was very well attended in  spite of inclement weather. The. buffet  table was tastefully decorated for the  occasion with purple and white orchids,  bird of paradise, ferns, other colorful  plantsjand candles. The tables were also  "adorned with hurricane candles which  ehharic2d-the Hawaiian'~theme; The  flowers for the buffet tables were "grown by  Jean Longley.  Auxiliary members wore long,  colorful dresses which added to the  festivityvjean Longley and Ida Leslie co-  convened" the liwcheon. President Joan  Rigby welcomed the guests at the door and  Margaret Inglis ushered them to the buffet  table where-they���were-served - by-Stella-  Morrow, pody Archer, Win Elrick and  Glady Davis. Other members assisted in  the kitchen, served the tables and looked  after dining room needs arid, of course,  selling tickets. A smaU craft table was set   jaunty) but not frivolous,  the syntax*  up by Phoebe Blomberg and attracted   simple> but not triteT"^  -much"attention:; ~  ";���"'"���*ki~���Ti"7~ *��� 7-7���"��'"  We give this collection a ten. Like all  such collections, this one is a mystery. Is  this the work of a single artist or a  collaboration?  What is the  artist's  ultimate intention? We cannot know. \5��g^  assume that it is a permanent collection,  however, and open to the public. It can be  viewed one kilometre east of Armour's  Beach. Best seen at dawn and dusk. ���'-Xx'  Holly Del Carne, pres. of committee.  The above-mentioned committee meets  bi-iponthly at various locals around the  Peninsula. Our goal is to explore artistic  possibilities within the immediate environs. Our motto is "Life is Art". This is  the committee's first published report.  ���r Please pre-register "with BBS^n,  Centre for Continuing Education, 9 a.m. - 4  p.m.  Indian chief  general assembly  November 20-22  The Union of B.C, Indian Chiefs has an  urgent message; for all Indian Band  Governments in B.C. Workshops oh Indian Government Development and Band  Training will be held ifi Vancouver at the  Sheraton Landmark Hotel on November 20  to 22,1978. Op the days of November h and  24,1978, the Union,of ^.C. Indian Chiefs  will hold a Special General Assembly at  the same location.   ..'-?"':���...  At the assembly; one of the issues to tje��  discussed is procedures for the election o!'  union officers. The general assembly and  Indian Government workshops were to be  held in Prince Rupert, but problems with  accomodations led to the transfer of the  UBCIC events to Vancouver.  '-..  For. more information contact Beth  Cuthand, Communications Coordinator at  084-0231.' ,  ���Boo'l'uct'-��� What tp do with loftoyurs -  Jj'tfeye tlio .rcrnalius of, soycral roasjs. until  'yuiriifve^'oiiioufilii tor"oiio r or Tun'rcT  tusHoroIes, Cooked boot' will kpop in the  freezer for three months, ir It 1$ carefully  vtappcel in plastic ,or othor1 moisture  vnppur-proof. l'roozer wrap.  SYNDICATE  A OOOD INVESTMENT  COMPANY  J.W. 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