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Array '/��� ���!    v-^,7  ��� '���   ������'v.   .,'."' ' ''  ^  i    '  **v  \  ^ju-.  ���i  X \ ���  '  V  <x  ���**���)��  eninsula Itmeb  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including' Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthams landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wil\pn_Creek- Selmo Pork   Sechelt   Holfrnoon;Boy   Secret Cove ^Pender Hrb    Mtfdeiro Pork   Garden. Bay_ lrvine,s Landing _Earls CoveJgmqnt_  2nd Class'Moil  Registration No   1142  "\  Phone '  885-3231  Union (tihi&Z'^X- Lobe)  ,l_8_Pages_���20c Copy  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 45  51  CNA  Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978  Electron machinery begins to gear u  ���h^-i-,  PEKING TUTJ?IUW-^LSedielt_m^hjKeJdJri  School was one of many activities at   cipal Brian By|cherc6ffiits~uf forrhis  schools  across  the   Peninsula  as   fingers the prizes^ to be won in- the  students attempt to raise funds for the   raffle as students look on.  Over 400 coast scholars  trip to King Tut  for every 10 students, pack them into an  armada of school buses, and take the lot oh  a two-day jaunt to the Seattle Art Museum  to view the international loan exhibition,  Treasures rf Tutankhamun.  Mad, you say? Take over 400 mostly  teen-age students on an overnight bus trip  to Seattle ... begging for trouble, right?  Not so, says Roberts Creek-Elementary  School principal BobNWetmore, tjie man  who has done most of the organizing and  much of the work behind the venture.  For Wetmore the two-day Seattle trip to  view the "3,000-year-old treasures unear-  thedxfrom the tomb of Egyptian king  Tutankhamun in the 1920s and 1930s  represents . a   once-in-a-lifetime. op-    portunity for his students.  dock on October23-may-prove-the-biggest���*���Ihe_organizational_nightmare_of  undertaking of its kind ever attempted on   transporting, feeding and finding sleeping!  As day breaks over Langdale on October 23, 425 young Sunshine Coast  pilgrims will gather to begin a journey  back through time to the days of ancient  Egypt.  The occasions is not. however, likely to  be marked by much solemnity, pious  sentiment or, for that matter, any of the  trappings .usually--associated with  pilgrimages.  Instead, these young travellers are  more likely to resemble the ribald cast of  fun-loving pilgrims painted by Chaucer in  his Canterbury .Tales ��� a group noted  more for their zest for life than their quest  for eternal truth.  Ribald or not, the gathering of some 425  Peninsula scholars at the Langdale ferry  Campaigns for the November 18  elections appear to be getting into gear,  with five of the nine elected officials up for ���  re-election making their intentions known  last week. v ^      j  Of the five only one has said he will not  seek re-election when voters^ turn to the  polls next month. School board trustee  P^ter Precesky told the Times after .six  years with the school board he will step  down this year. '   \  "I've put in six years and I've accomplished a lot of-my objectives-It';-}  ���    c ' f+i     T>mt      **me  someone  else  took over," ~sai$  ^^f^f;_.^t--Bceceskyv-adding-he is not ruling out thd  possibility he ihay njn again at some*  future date. .. i  Of the remaining four contacted by the  Times, one is undecided and three say they  will defimteljLmake re-election bids.  Alderman Lorraine Goddard of Gifc  sons village council said she is "betwixt  and between" as far as the election is  concerned! She says few people realize the;  amount of time aldermen have to put in if  they want to stay on top of their responsibilities.  It's not just the time put in at meetings?  Peter Precesky  ... drops out  council, while claiming,her first term as  alderman has given her a few hard  knocks, says she will seek re-election  November 18.  Kolibas said she has found her spot as  be re-elected, will-be to work towards  keeping Sechelt a small village, said  Kolibas.  "If I do get in I'll work to keep it  (Sechelt) a small village...the living value"  .of the community will be gone if too much  development-is-allowed,'' shesaid, adding,  "Someone has to speak against the  development interests."  For Sunshine Coast Regional Board,  Area D Director Harry Almond, board  chairman, said ne will be running in this  year's race.  Almond said while he sees no particular  issue yet which might dominate this year's  election, he will zero his campaign in on "a  careful look at the taxation system".  He said public information meetings  are needed to ensure the public understands tbe taxation and the board's  budgeting methods: "The main thing is  communication..^that's what I believe in."  The public" will be disgruntled, said  Almond, if they don't know what's going  on.  Area B Director Ed Nicholson, who  announced this summer he would be  seeking re-election," said he will likely base  his campaign on the need for a long hard  said Goddard, but also the hours spenUm��� ���"^^'ua^'w��Xn ���3 Z  council homework which she finds ig^e^nly^ema^n-SecteltcouncU as  cutting into her family life..  Aid. Joyce Kolibas of Sechelt village  the Sunshine Coast.  That moment at Langdale will  represent the culmination of months of  preparation and hard work on the part of  teachers, principals, parents and students  alike. - '   ���  X.  The scope of the project -\lone ^uilerfies  Jfe^^_fk_inmth��LjZj:jii^m^miing^_  accommodations for the youngsters  doesn't worry the seasoned educator.  Besides, says Wetmore, veteran of many  large-scale outings with youth groups, the  chance for students to view these artifacts  first-hand far outweighs. the problems  encountered mobilizing and organizing  -them all. ! :   lonely, adding she often feelsEer male  counterparts give her views only a cursory, often unheeded, hearing.  She said she has had to spend a lot of  her first term learning the rules of the  gahierbut feels equal to the"task now.  While she says she will not necessarily  be taking an anti-development stance, she  feels there should be some limits placed on  the amount of large-scale expansion  allowed in the village.  "The village does not need a great  many of the amenities which are taken for  granted in the cities. Sidewalks and paved  lanes are not a matter of life and death,"  she says in a prepared press release.  One of her mairroBjectivw~should-she-  Lorraine Goddard  -betwixt and between-  Joyce Kolibas  ... tries.again  look at financing and the need to curtail  - spending. * ���  "It's going to be a tight year," said  Nicholson, noting the board is going to  have to keep a tight rein on finances.  Also of major concern will be the  establishment of a settlement plan for his  area, said Nicholson.  "Now is the time to build in accordance  with   a   plan,"   and   stop   pell-mell  "development, he said in calling for an  overall perspective on future- development,       j  The key, he said, will be to find a formula which allows for development while  -at- the-same- time_allowing_quiet_neigh_-_  borhoods.   %    iilS  Take between 425 and 430 students ranging  in age from 11 fo 17^ea'rs, findofie adult  y       -   6 .1? ��r  "I've travelled with kids for years,"  ���See Page A-3  x  Harry Almond  ...in the race  SCRD bylaws catch  couple on extra building  Planned development, he said,_wilLbe-  the key, to his campaign platform.  Area F < Director  Bernie  Mulligan,���  Sechelt Aid. Frank Leitner, Gibsons Aid.  Ted Hume and school board trustee Claus  Spjekehhan, also up for re-election, were  - wh&ttSfiUls-i or-eomaieiit: ���  A West Sechelt couple caught between  the "devil and the deep blue sea" were  found guilty in provincial court October 5  of contravening two iSunshine Coast  Regional District bylawS. 7  Anthony and Sarah Sweet were found  guilty of charges of adding an extension to  their house without a building permit and  continuing construction after a stop-work  order had been posted by the SCRD  building inspector. A -  Anthony Sweet testified he had on  several occasions-tried to get a permit  from the SCRD, but was turned down  because the permit would have contravened a Dept. of Highways setback  requirement.  Sweet, a prospector, said he had been  told to apply for a variance to commence  construction from the Dept. of Highways  before the SCRD would issue the building  permit.    . ,v- ,  The Dept. of Highways ref used to grant  a variance on its requirement that tho  addition be set back a minimum of 15 feet  from the road allowance,  Sweet continued construction of the  extension hoping to "work something out"  with the SCRD, he said.  Speaking on behalf of the Sweets,  George Herbrlk told Judge Ian, Walker tliat  the "Sweets find themselves In court  because"of two government bodies" that  are in conflict. "*  ��� "My clients find themselves caught  between the devil and the deep blue sea,"  ho said.  Walker agreed with Herbrlk and said  tliat although he could be sympathetic to  tlio Sweet's problem, thoy wore "victims  of tholr own folly."  "I'm aatlslfed there hns been violations  on both counts," said Walkerr"The Sweets  behaved arrogantly ln this matter and  chose to Ignore the warnings of tho  buUding inspector."  Harris Morris-Reade, the SCUD  building Inspector, testified he first  noticed the illegal addition to the Sweet's  West Sechelt home in September of 1977.  He said at that time the extension ,was  in the early stages of construction and on  September 13 he posted a suspension  notice on the structure advising the Sweets  to stop work until a permit had been ob-  taned. \  " Morris-Reade said he spoke to Mrs.  Sweet on that day and was told the couple  did not realize they needed a Rermit to  continue with the addition.,  Robert Brqdgesel, the, assistant  . building inspector, said he sent the Sweets  a double registered letter September 20  advising th,em unless a'permit was issued  the SCRD would take court action to stop  the construction.  ���Brodgesel said the letter came back  unaccepted a few days later. The letter  was delivered by hand October 4.  Morris-Reade said although the letter  explained that the SCRD was prepared to  proceed with legal action, ho felt the  Sweets would come up with an application,  for a variance from the Dept. of Highways  or another proposal.  "I felt lt didn't warrant bringing It to  court at that time," he said:  Charges were laid on May 15 of this  year, because construction liad continued '  without a perftiit and contrary to the  wishes of.tho SCRD, said Morris-Reade.  Sweet said tliat over the winter he liad  1 built a second floor on the structure and  had roofed lt. He said tho SCRD bad told  him It was impossible to got a permit  without Dept. of Highways approval, and  slnco he could not get Highways approval  ho was hopeful ho could work something  out with the government bodies Involved.  Ho did not stop work on tho construction of  his Northwest Bay Rd. home during these  proposed negotiations.  Walker adjourned tho mnttcr for sentencing  to December 7  to  give the   prosecution a chance to draw up a sub-  ���See Page A-3  RCMP take to the skies  PLANT LOVERS were treated to  the Wilson Creek HaU to raise money * available and members of the Sechelt  somo bargains last Saturday when   Wr the building fund. All varieties of Garden Club were on hand to Identify  the Arts Council held a plant sale nt  garden and indoor plants wore       " "~* "  p,   i     -.���  nnd suggesyije care of plants.  iatt^w^BHto-Wi-*  Socholt and Gibsons RCMP. will soon bo  taking to the Bkles ns part of a provlnco-  wlde crack-down on speeding motorists.  While RCMP report It mny bo six  monthsor moro before aircraft patrols got  under way, whlto timing linos were  painted on sections oLthe,highway between Gibsons and Sochelt Wednesday;  A ipokesmon for the Vancouver RCMP  traffic coordinator's offlco told tho Times:  .onco aircraft patrols become �� regular  " Ing. residents ln the Scchelt-Glbsons  aroa -can expect patrols about onco ft  Sgt. DnVId Donne said RCMP will lie  using a Vancouver-based rental plane -  which will bo rotated among various  regfons throughout tho province. Ho snld  RCMP Ijayo stopped up aerial patrols oh  A...  request by tho province. The project began  with a pilot-program on Vancouver Island,  ho paid.  Donne said motorists will bo timed ���  "with a sophisticated stop-watch by a  person riding shotgun In the plane ���  between timing lines spaced at quarter-  mile Intervals,  The plane will follow any speeding  vehicle until it Is stopped by n waiting  patrol   car,... said   Poqnp.   Ho   added  frequencyif pot^MQWWw stepped up to  ��;��� nr.Any aa ono a week jf speeders persist} *   W��  uIt Jiist (lependlon how ii^  nnd if speed Is a factor."        --*���������'        pro  Ed Nicholson  ., 'a tight year'  aldermen  to hit the road  Sechelt Village Council members will  today (October 11) take their first look at a  piece of property thnt has been the subject  of a replotting scheme for over a year.  r Several properties near Chatelech  Junior Secondary School"are being  replotted by tho B.C. Housing Corporation,  as part of tho provlnclally-funded  Replotting Assistance Program and approximately $40,000 has been spent on the  project to date.  Council applied for Uio program In nn  effort to facilitate development of blocks  5, G, 7, a and 14 of District Lot 1331, but the  plan has since been criticized byyillagc  Planner Doug Roy ns "Unnecessary".  Tho scheme needs npprovol of 70 por  cent of the property owners In the  designated area beforo It can go to  municipal bylaw, biltif council decides not  to go ahead with tlio plan after gaining that  approval, the vlllnge must pick up "tin?  $40,000 tab.  Roy, who found out about the plan only  two months ago, linn said Uint thp area is  bottor suited to townhousos Uinn the IM  zoning called for In tho replotting  proposnl.  Council members now have before  Uiem a third proposal tlmt will bo considered at a meeting today ufter thoy  survey the nrcn to bo replotted.  Bllllo Steele, who owns block G and has i  lived In a houso on tho proporty for almost  40 years, appears to be Icty off thin third  replotting proposal. An curlier proposal  liad Steele's lot cut Into nine small lots.  JRoiirM|i^ at las  ,ednosua|'Hmbc  We(lnos<ia|flVnSftlng to note the fact that  1SCHC  hns" iilreudy   made  three *  proposals, the second of wlilch had to bo  revised because of a bck liluff ln the  middle of a rond.  "XIT-T^^'i" *~^j��  i^Jpfc  Tlio program, sold Donne, was Initiated  by the province In an effort to reduce tho  number of traffic accident*. on .British     , ,,'IdQP,ftlhlij[kw��^'��,jW'lM��\'��'topoyiarM.  ^!Kblft.hlRh\Vftys. r ���'.;"."."'.  ,,/..; .^Uiat/^diyly. ,       .', ,,,."..  ...jf-r' .-y,; * ->'V" ' ^..;.. v-  ***P*W**fj��t  .-:W!i*"=..sKi.^,��.fMWP*t'��r*S'>W"��  /        "  \ -  f'.!n>  '\ I J,._  V-~��6  %  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978  RarhBruhnr Editor-  "jjl free press i&the unsleeping'guardian of  jkeQLtdhzuighLjtha .,_>_ ,  -   ��� ���Winston Churchill'  an ear  B.C. Environment Minister Jim  -Nielson-would do well to take a lesson  from his federal counterpart Len  -Marchand. _  Marchand, in Victoria to attend a  federal-provincial symposium on the  fate of Canada's shorelines, set aside  a half-hour to hear representations   S�� go��d�� in fact, that they've become  from   '4he    Cowichan    Estuary   ~ c"1 r        " *u~ "~*     '  simple axiom of the political game:  The squeaky wheel gets the grease. In-  fact, most Chamber groups are  specifically geared to this end. They  are government lobby groups  designed to promote members' goals.  And they're good at what they do.  Preservation Society.  The .half-hour discussion with  Marchand will likely do little to  further the group's _ ambition ���_ to  curtail industrial development on the  estuary, but at least they were given a  hearing���which is more than what  Nielsori was willing to give.  To this point B.C.'s environment  minister has not found the time, or  perhaps has just not bothered, to hear  the pro-conservation - group's  arguments, t  On the other hand, according to  TiewsTeportsof the incident, Nielson  has seenrfit to traveHo Cowichan and  listen to pro-development arguments  for the "J estuary from the local  Chamber of Commerce.  To our way of thinking that's more  than unfair, it's just not playing the  game by the rules. It_is an age-olid  rule of government that he who cries"  loudest gets the goodies. Some  groups, and notably the Chamber of  Commerce, have long recognized this  v>  a powerful force on the national  scene. When the Chamber speaks,  governments listen.   .  This is as it should be. The  Chamber represents a legitimate  section of the population~with the"  right 4q have their views heard. But  not, Mr. Nielson, to the exclusion of  the other side's point of view.  With opposition forces charging  the province has interfered with the  work of the task force now studying  the Cowichan estuary, Nielson should  have gone out of his way to hear pro-  conservation arguments for the area.  Instead, the~minister-chose- to  ignore totally the representations  from this group.  We are not taking sides in the  Cowichan estuary development  question, preferring to wait until the  duly appointed task force completes  its-work. We do, however, take exception to the way B.C. 's environment  minister has chosen to handle the  situation.  Play the game by the rules Mr.  Nielson, or don't play at all.  Hats off to schools  Lockstead  ���- MLA, Mackenzie  Socred financial accounting is unorthodox. -  Some people might suggest stronger  language to describe the past three years  of government bookkeeping, but let's first  examine~th'e figures..  _In December, 1975'when the NDP left'  office, there was $143.7 million in the bank.  The year-end figures for the fiscal year 75-  76 were due the- following March.  However, giving the Socreds time to  prepare the now notorious Clarkson-  Gordon Report, then more time to.execute  the findings of the report in the government's first budget was like giving a  machine gun to a monkey.  The Clarkson-Gordon Report went out  of its way to misrepresent the facts. While *  I had predicted a slight deficit by year end  of $40 million, the Clarkson-Gordon  "created" a deficit more than ten times  i  Hats off to Roberts Creek School  principal Bob Wetmore and all other  -educators-whQ_have_spent countless  hours since early March preparing  for the all-schools field trip to Seattle  later this month.  Changes in education philosophy  are best likened to swings of a pendulum. In the. 1960s the pendulum.  ^swung~far~to"theleft-in-faVor bf^eX--  perimental approaches. More  recently the swing has been in the  opposite direction, with calls for a  more basic approach r Back to the  basics, has been the keynote of the  latest wave.    /        ";������  There is nothing inherent^ wrong  with, a   (basic)   philosophy   of.  education, as long as we don't forget  the lessons so painfully learned in the  1960s. The field trip to the Seattle Art  Muspum  by some  425 v Peninsula  scholars is the kind of thing which  goes towards maintaining a balance  between  swings  of the  educatioh  pendulum.  .,_  basics approach is it tends'to, place  too much emphasis oh the strict  adherence to rules and regulations,  ' Our schools, by their nature, have to  rely oh a certain amount of  regimentation. It is a problem of  mechanics: how do you move several  hundred students from clas^to class  without a degree of regimentation?  And that is the crux of the matter.  Our schools, because of their size, end  up teaching children how to get up, sit  down, move and not move at the ring  ' of a bell.  That's dangerous. The end result  is often a group of graduates who do  nothing better than respond to  commands. They have learned  think, to act, at the sound of a bell.  In a society dependent on  ability to produce frce-thlnklng  dlvlduals this * contradiction in our  educational system Is a lamentable  state of affairs, i       v  So, when schools director of instruction John Nicholson says the trip  to Seattle ls "marvellous because of  the educational benefits" he hits tbe  nail squaJMn the head.  Wliile the exhibition of items  The PENiNSULA^ne*  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on ll,(,\\s Sunshine Const'  'by  ..'���..,..,.,.        /I'lic.PcnliiMiln.XI'Jlw..,  lor Westpres Publications Ltd.  al Sechelt. B.C.  llox.110-1- Sechelr, B.C.  ' VON .1A0  ;_/.LMioncMS..WI  ^''((iSp.m, lues,.Sat. *  Subscription Kates; (In advance)  Local! $7 per year. Beyond .15 miles, $H  unearthed from thee tomb of ancient  Egyptian King Tutankhamun may  have  educational value,  the  true  THE PARENTS AND students of  Cedar Grove Elementary School  treated themselves to an early  Thanksgiving dinner October 5 in the  school gym. Turkey, cranberry sauce  and all the fixings were available for  the over 200 people who attended the  dinner: C  learning experience wilTbe~inherent  in the outing itself.  JT6 a large extent students taking  part in the trip will have to rely on  themselves. It is the, kind of learning  experiencexHir students need more of.  ���^Ahd-it-isiheartening-to-see-there-  are educators,] who recognize the  value of this kind of learning and are  willing to make personal sacrifices of  time and energy to ensure students  learn more than how to respond on  command.  Time^to^eoMteto^id-of-eoast  EdSorrThe^TimesT "  It seems to me that the time has come  for /'All Good Men toTome to the Aid of  Their Coast", so to speak. We like to  remember the GOOD OLD DAYS and how  our coiultry^?as^tartedriir?oidoing^we"  should remember that men stood alone or  with their friendly neighbors, most of the  time and did not depend on government to  get him out of his problems.  Good or bad that is how North America  was developed and when it is all said and  Reflections  Disco  Byyern Gjesbrecht  Disco _dance fever  has._ apparently their squai^onjn thesky^  "struck"'ttie Sunshine""Coast, inflicting its  to  Its  in-  magical attraction on young and old alike.  Judging by the enrolment figures for the  dance classes in Gibsons and Sechelt,  adults have been smitten in greater  numbers than teenagers.  Forty people registered for the first  adult class irt Gibsons, but when the music  started Saturday night, 150 would-be John!  Travoltas wero crowded Into the Gibsons  Elementary School gym. The people at the  back had a hard time hearing the music  and the group was obviously too largo, ^o a  second session was arranged for Friday  evening, at phatelech.  Meanwhile, elbse to 100 young people  flocked to tho Friday evening and  Saturday afternoon lessons in Gibsons ond  Sechelt. Tho 30 teenagers at tho inltal  dance in Sechelt Included 28 girls and two  boys, but a closer balance will likely bo  struck for tho remaining flvo lessons, once  tlio girls persuade their shy boyfriends  that It's really a lot of fun.  "Everyone's disco dancing this year,"  snld Continuing Education Director Karin  jHocmborg. "I think It's neat that middle-  ago couples aro going disco dancing and  enjoying it. It's this sort of thing that  dissolves the boundaries between adults  nnd kids."  Among the other Continuing Education  courses that hnvo been popular this fall  are Sue Nichols' "Good Nutrition, pn a  Shoestring" (51 pooplo have enrolled) and  Gordon Wilson's .course, "Energy.  Solutions to a Rising Crisis", which has  attracted about 24 peoplo.  The pink glow above the c|ouds grew  brighter as the morning advanced, the  dark blue hills lightened, houses along tjie  shore flashed into action and by the time I  had breakfast, the .highway was busy with  traffic and it seemed like the middle of the  day. ������/���������     ��� ' '���  Although Marie Montgomery was a clear  winner In the Sechelt "Good Citfeen"  contest, a dozen other residents who have  made notable contributions to the life of  the community wore also nominated this1  year. s  They \yere: Grace Rutherford (of  Halfmoon Bay), Jim and Elizabeth Derby,  Ted Osborne, Mort Reid, Jack McLeod,  Harvey Hubbs, Rev. Meredith Dallman,  Robert S. Harvey, Joyce Kolibas, Peg  Marshall and Minnie Ball (formerly of  Roberts Creek, now living In White Rock).  In some cases, three's a crowd, but not  in the literature discussion group that  began last Tuesday at Chatclcch. Unless  more pcoplo show up, It's likely that lender  John Grames, Bornol Gordon and I (tho  three who ventured out, for tlio first  session) will grow somewhat tired of each  other's point of vlow before the courso Is  finished.  A more diverse group will probably  enhance the discussions. The course Is freo  nnd continues ut 7:30 p.m., Tuesday,  October 17, at Chatelech. Wo'll bo starting  with oho book The Crash Of 79, Erdmhn,  I rarely got up curly enough to see tho  sunrise but whon I do, I wonder why I don't  manage lt moro often.'1 ��� <  A low bank of blue-grey clouds was  stretched along the horizon when I walked  on tho beach this morning. Thoro wore  three* boats In sight; a tug, a barge and u  rowboat containing a fisherman, Seagulls,  ducks and other shorcblrds wore already  wtdrawakrund a\rm etsleaoaredubve*  Chapman Croek and disappeared Into Uw  treea. There was no sight of the Canada  geese that sometimes stop ln Davis piny on  their way south. A week ago my neighbor  /   At   an   adult   volleyball   night   at  Chatelech recently, the llghta In tho girls"  chango room weren't working, so several  women changed In tho boys! quarters.  'done, comparecTwiththerestof theworld ~~  we, are doing pretty good. We still have  problems and when you start to think of  them you get pretty despressed, however,  let's stop complaining and do something.  We must start giving constructive  criticism instead of complaining, and give  ideas on how.to improve this beautiful  Sunshine Coast we live on. We have so  much to start with, thanks to nature, so  now it is up to man to improve, not destroy  it.   ������'.:. *;..-'���        .'   ;..���  I have a few ideas and hope frorti here,  . more competent individuals than I will  take the ball and keep it rolling.  How about a newspaper column just  for letters from the PEOPLE, giving their  ideas for improvements, types of business  we need, new business ideas, etc. '.���'.  A few suggestions along-that line:  Landscape all industrial parks, around ,  the edges and on- the corners; Using ���  natural hedges, eetc. We need industries  ���here_taJkeep-the^yQung-peQple,. but Jet's  make the areas attractive for all.  Why can't we farm Porpoise Bay, it  seems a natural setting to me, for ocean  farming, i.e. scallops, prawns, oysters,  etc. Then we could start industries from  this Industry, Fertilizers, lime from shells,  maybe a brand of fishing equipment to  carry the Sunshine Coast name,-We could  start small and if the government doesn't  want to co-operate with us we may have.to  tell them to "sit on It" as we are going toj  stand on our own feet. , "A'  How about an empty building to rent for  a farmers' market-fish market-flea  markot type of thing.  Maybe we could have a band stand In  some central location, for peoplo that like  to play music for tho fun of lt and those  who like to listen, It could bo organized, or  all volunteer. Good experience.  You Indians alojng the coast liave a  natural sotting to build a real replica of an  Indian community as ln tho days of old, to  attract tourists. They have dono this  elsewhere In Canada and tho U.S.A.  Perhaps you could incorporate a resort  area with long houses leading the designs,  a craft gift shop with only Indian crafts,  flslilng pier, etc. You liavo a natural  setting, that could mako Uils the most  beautiful Indian development ln Canada.  How about a Christmas tree farm,  whoro wo could go cut our own fresh trees  every year, as wo get older wo can't climb  over the mountains, but we still love fresh  trees and the fun of picking and cutting our  own. California has many of tljoso,  I, realize there aro many problems to  overcome, but feel wo have the expertise  Those thatTsay I amTwrSngrplease give-  better ideas, don't just criticize.  Remember, when you say government,  you are saying you and your neighbors. We  are the government:. We just elect some  people to run the country for uSj as OUR  representatives and many of them don't  know much more than we do about it and  most doh't know a thing about the Sunshine Coast.  .     Barbara Pease  Sechelt  that amount: Revenues were underestimated to the tune of $218.5 million.  Expenditures" were bumped up by $299  million for an over-all predicted deficit of  $517.6 million. Premier Bennett and his'  Finance" Minister, Evan Wolfe, dutifully  carried out what~Clarkjson-Gordon had  recommended and came out with a deficit  of $405.2 million. Included in this figures  was the bounding $181 million cheque  which the government paid to ICBC who  them promptly turned around and gave  the money back to the government. The  government had done what. Clarkson-  Gordonsuggested," or "perhaps it ^was the"  other way around.  A year laterjhe Socreds were totally  responsible for whatever surplus or-defieit���  that appeared in the public accounts, so^a���  surplus was then manufactured. Mr. Wolfe  had accomplished this by among other  things "selling three ferries for $48 million  and then cancelling $30 million in special  funds. Those special funds.hadbeen set up  on what was thought to be a permanent  basis by both the NDP government ahd the  former Social Credit government under  W.A7C. Bennett. When~th~e~figures"were  published, Mr. Wolfe's, over-all surplus  worked out to be $76.8 million.       ��  Needless to say, the most recent piece  of Social Credit accounting is by no means  out of character from its predecessors. In  his latest year-end review, Mr; Wolfe and  his government have produced a surplus  of $140.5 million. There's a method in this  madness as" well. After shifting a substantially higher portion of education costs  to the municipalities and after selling off  the rights to our non-renewable natural  ~ia^^fire^aleiJrices7~MrrWolfe has indeed produced a jhirplus.  ���Had Mr. Wolfe included the $15Lmilliori  from the sale of the various companies of  the B.C. Resources Investment Corporation, His7surplus would have been  close to $30ft million. The government has  that money though, and it is only a matter  of time, before it shows tip in the public  accounts. Then Mr. Wolfe can trumpet his  surplus.'There will probably be little  mention of the unemployment in Mr.  Wolfe's future announcements. Finance is  finance and: propaganda is propaganda.  Book review  Mountains of Canada  By MADDISON POWELL  Included in this year's spate of  Christmas-gift books designed to sit and  lookattriactive on the coffee table is a 10 by  13 glossy audaciously entitled The  Mountains of Canada.          ___  I say 'audaciously' since'the mountains  of eastern Canada���lower than  the  Rockies, but mountains nonetheless���are'  totally Ignored.       " ,  This,,however, is forglveable. Author  and mountain-climber Randy Morse  explains the book should be "viewed as a  modest and extremely subjective sample  of what this country has to offer in the way  of high, wild places."  ; As a coffee table book, Mountains  certainly qualifies! It's guaranteed to look  cool and classy against a background of  teak, walnut or even glass.   ,   i,  As an anthology of over one/hundred  fountain shots, the book is likewise a  success. According to tlio publishers, the  colour pictures are gleaned from among  3,000 submitted by somo of Canada's top  photographers, and certainly tho quality ls  excellent���although after the first seventy  snow-covered peaks the excitement mast  surely wane for all but the true aflclanado,  No, my quarrel ls not with the  Illustrations, the binding or the layout. All  these ar(S flrioT But with so riiuch Invested  In tho book, It's a pity the writing was not  Jaetter handled,  ' Naturally, thord Is a built-in risk In  devoting a whole Volume to the subject of  mountains; the phrases 'awe-lnsplrlng',  'spectacular', 'grandeur' nnd 'towering  majesty' are bound to wear pretty thin.  ��� Morse,does manage to get past the  travelogue jargon, the gasping of empty  superlatives that people so often resort to  when describing mountains, sunsets, baby  animals, etc.  ���But then he Is apt-to7,come-out_witli'.  sentences such as this gem (p. 114):  "Mount Rundlc.ln actuality a striking  ridge with seven distinct summits, is quite  possibly the most photographed mountain  in Canada, thanks to Its close proximity to  the town of Banff." ^  (I suppose a certain admiration is due  any author who can cram % Actuality',  'quite possibly' and 'clpse proximity' Into  one sentence and still manage���/ to get  himself Into prlht.).  Fortunately the text is not a total loss.  The author Includes some well-told tales of  other mon's climbing adventures. And  throughout the book there are quotations  from tho journals of men and women who  have climbed and struggled and come to  know mountolas face tp faco. .These  snippets aro much more Immediate and  Insightful tlian U^Miuthor's own writing.  In any caso.'does lt matter? Do pcoplo  ever buy these books to read? Perhaps not,  And with the glossy pages and the flno  Illustrations, the book is certainly  adequuto.  But for $24.1)5 ($29.95 come January) I  don't want adequate; I want excellent.  And Pm going to look elsewhere for forty'  Christmas books this year.  THE MOUNTAINS OF CANADA by  Rqndy Morse, Htirtlg Publishers nl078,  $24.95. 144pp.  servants reported civil  of many pcoplo, retired and nctlvo to help  Thnnks to a Distant Early Warning system Mfa solve them. The holp mny bo mostly  ("Is anybody In there?" or "Is It safe to   volunteer, but we will all benefit In tho  como In" or "The girls are coming In"),  there were only a few red faces.  Two Important workshops aro being  planned for Saturday, October 14, by  Continuing Education. One is on  Parliamentary Procednre^thetother on-  Effective Public Speaking. Although  councils and bourds on tho Secholt  Peninsula will bo getting special Invitations, the workshops are  not  for  long runHca^cclnUy the volunteers.  I do not^Vnnt tho const to become  populated likoAho city, but I would llko It  to be financially Independent. I would like  to see tourism be a second Incomo nnd our  first being tho community Itself. I don't  Hket��iif^tlw-yotmg*peopte*hairc to '-go-  elMwheroto make a living, I am sure  many of Uiem love' It hero an*i.want to stay,  and raise their families.  Some people will say I am right, and  ; arl.;'.-.  ���i-.-��.-��aj.'  . Ii, ^mm.m.mm^mta'y  ^Uy}%l^v:\Hl-^  rtS"S,A\Pfe  *��,*,.,, ^,      --w,   100 geese rising from the water to form   InfolTnhtlon. [    ,'-" nmrlght.plei    ' ���  please help to carry' oufiifplan,"  Edltor.^Thc Times;  rfaaljthattho taxpayers of tho Sunshlno  Coast may well mark Thursday, October  5,1978 as a very special day ln the annuals  of tho SCR District.  On that evening a management "In  camera" meeting fans hold to discuss  salary and other personnel matters, and  while tho meeting wns quite properly "In  camera", tho end results are of courso  .The Itertia Is the tho SCRD executive  staff voluntarily and without-prior board  consultation   RED   dlRCLED   their  remuneration I.e. DECLINED a nay ralsovw  ���*"*"The ratlonaiO'hdlhS'lhattho massive* ''  'I . . ,  *        - . I  oncosts for taxpayers In 1979 wero n sufficient burden In Its own right, nnd this  comparltlvoly (in tho overall picture)  small gesthrb waft an Indication Df their  deep concern.  In my opinion this ten fine oxnmplo of  restraint In fiscal matters to which wo  may oil pay attention, nnd strlvo to  emulate. It Is n fine nnd outstanding  gesture Indicative of the class of civil  ���SerYmrtr-w-^njojrr^  servant* who are indeed civil, find what to  a damned sight more impornnt, concerned.  Charles Ixe  ���fHtf> Roglonal Director,  (Area C) Selma Park  -\   ���W*),.*.+���,-.. ��-r......  ���    r      (^*,-*<**����#'!;t* f>_   .  (**����i*��^a^"jva^'^jirffiS*��'fm��'>'a--   i��  f ity^ti^imim^>xf��^''i^m  fc��.^iW-i��WH��-3��*-'Wyto^  fc.wa^-^'t'fcV^Ces*^^  *%#p^tt��M-wtfifMWM^iS$*W^^  WM^Wi����UWI*l��tMSl'iii!f^^ *W1   (*��fl]rf *��� ->  rP  A arzi  .'������*!  T"  )  Thieves pocket $1600  Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageA-3  SECHELT    ���  Sixteen hundred dollars and a quantity  of meat i�� missing from Taylor's Garden  Bay store after ari October 4 break-in.  Police say thieves' gained entry by  forcing the front door. Cash was removed  from a locked file cabinet in the store. The  matter is-under'investigation.  Thieves stole stereo equipment valued  at more than $1,000 from a West Sechelt  home October 2.  A'pair of Puma soccer shoes are  missing after a breakji atjhe J?ender  Harbour Secondary School September 29.  Entry was gained through a window of the  newly-finished high school. '  ' A nine foot rubber inflatable dinghy is  missing'from the Coho IVIarina. The craft  is a grey Avon Redcrest.  Police report an incident of wilful  damage September 2$* in the Pender  Harbour area.  - A car parked in the area had its front  and rear windshields smashed with rocks.  The boat SEDNA washroken into at the  Madeira Park government _ wharf -last ���  MORE ABOUT  King Tut trip  week. Police 'say nothuij|~is reported  missing.     ^ ,.  Some fishing gear and $10 in cash was  stolen from a residence on the Sechelt  Indian Reserve.  A cabin adjacent to the Roberts Creek  Provincial Park was broken' into September 29. It appears that the only thing  missing is a flashlight.  ~ ' A trailer inthe Madeira Park area had  its windows smashed by vandals last  week. Police believe the damage was done  by a-pellet gun,.as_the-owners -found-five���  holes in the windows and pellets on. the  ground.  Police report a.theft of gas from a  marina in Garden Bay.  On October 3 a tractor parked on the  -  Arena-road was damaged by vandals.  Transmission fluid was poured on the  seats of the vehicle and a five gallon can  of gas was taken..  Three prawn traps were stolen from  Salmon Inlet. Police say the owners left  the traps approximately three weeks ago  and returned October 5 to find them -  missing. t>--     -  Police report children in the Selma  Park area have been throwing oranges at  passing cars on the highway. School  authorities have been notified.  European Abators fo Wilson Creek was  broken into for the second time in a month  on October 5. The cigarette machine was  forced open an^gmall amount ofcmoney^  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  to leave The Peninsula _  for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with Strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  ..,���_flilfc  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  DAN DEVLIN, Director  886-9551  ���From Page A-l <���  says   Wetmore,   adding   he   feels   no  trepidation whatever in taking several  hundred youngst^r^iL^w^  night tour.   'x.    ,      .'-   .       *  ' While most would quail at the thought      ��� 0.. ���      ������*.--.       _*  of managing such a troupe. Wejmore-^iGj^ons^RCMP^report-a  THESE BOTTLES ARE ON SALE  now but prices are going to go up on  most spirits as soon as the last of the  25-ounce size bottles are sold out.  Liquor store manager Ray Cox  figures the brands on.sale will last  until this photo hits the streets.  Liquor prices rocket  rye-high across B.C.  outlet and generally tne biggest increase  Sechelt-area consumers can look forward  to hovers around the $2 mark.  British Columbians' recently acquired  penchant for imported wines also plays a  role in the price hikes, claims the LDB.  Consumption of imported wines in B.C.  has doubled in the  last  four years,  resulting in producers charging more for  7tHeirjpr6ductT7Combine that with reduced  70 cents a bottle (savings will vary from   grape crops in recent years and what ;you  brandto brand)/ y; xoiihAi m<:$rXy ,  7get are higher prices, says the,LDB.* -Xr  The 25-ouhce bottles are on sale toclear       And if That isn'tcgloomy enough, the  ���^^elves^or^eViejr4(k>uncrto charges and"  Liquor prices are going up and chances  ��� are your favorite spirit will already cost  you anywhere from a nickel to $2 more a  bottle ��� unless you're a connoisseur of  fine wines in which case you may have to  shell out #s much as $17 more a bottle. >  _ That bad news is? however, tempered  ���jafth-soma-good: While stocks last the  Liquor. Control Board is selling 25-ounce  bottles of most-spirits at7avings~orabouf  When will the first shipment of 40-ounce  bottles arrive? "I haven't got clue," says  Sechelt liquor store iQgnager Ray Cox".  The villain behind the price hike,  claims the Liquor Distribution Branch, is  the sagging fate of the Canadian dollar on  international money markets. *  Imported spirits, says the LCB, are  paid for in local currencies and since the  Canadian dollar has dropped by as much  as 25 per pent against some foreign  curriencies, the Canadian consumer is  going to have to foot the bill.  In some cases, especially where imported wines are concerned, the price  hikes are substantial: Cox's records show  increases of $17 a bottle for some imported  wines. However, he noted the higher  priced wines are not carried by the Sechelt  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� SCRD bylaws  ���From Page A-i  mission1 In respect to an appropriate  penalty.  He said the Sweets must be penalized In  a manner which will rectify the situation  or, "the matter will become a continuing  offence."  Herbrlk .suggested tho only way the  ; Sweets could rectify the matter would be  to "move that house or build another."  "Thoy just don't have the funds," he said.  "I said it before ��� one can be sympathetic ��� but, they have to rectify tho  situation," sa|d Walker,       ,  increased Canadian customs duty on glass  will also add to the cost of spirits.  Domestic beer drinkers get a break:  Prices bf Canadian beers will remain  stable for the time being, reports the LDB.  Prices of imported beers, ale and stout will  be decreased by 30 cents a case in some  instances and up $1.65 in others.  " Generally, according to the LDB,  here's what consumfers can look forward  to: '  ���    - ���-.'''���'..."���  ��� Rye, up by five cents a 25-ouncce  bottle  ��� Scotch, up 10 cents a 25-ounce bottle  ��� Irish, up 25 cents to 60 cents a 25-  ounce bottle  ��� Bourbon, up five cents to 15 cents a  bottle  1 .��� Rum, up five cents tq_25_cents_a_  bottle  ���Gin, up five cents to 50 cents a bottle.  ��� Liqueurs and brandy, up five cents to*  $2.40 a bottle.  _jnanaging_  views the tour mainly as a great 6p-  porttuiityforjhestudents not only_ta.se.e,a_  rare exhibition, but also to learri from the  mechanics ofr the���Q|iting.r'FOr~ many  students the trip will be".thdr'first real  outing away from parents where, to some  extent, they Will, have to learn how to look  .out for themselves in a strange setting.  .. On top of that, says Wetmore, many,  schools have arranged side trips as we'll as  the two- to three-hour tour of the  exhibition. Students will be touring the  Boeing 747 plant, Woodland Park Zoo, the  underground city, the Foods PaviUOn and  various other Seattle'..attractions.  To a large extent students have raised  fiftids. for the trip themselves through  various projects such as spell-a-thons,  raffles and white elephant sales. For  example, students at Sechelt Elementary  School raised $1,600 in two weeks.  AU schools have-been spending time  priming their students on what they'll see  at the exhibition. For example, at Sechelt  School one day out Of every week has been  designated "King Tut day' while at  Elphinstone:iSecondary students have had  the opportunity to set in on noon-time  ^discussions, of ancient Egyptian history.  "ft's marvellous because of the  educational benefits," says school district  director of instruction John Nicholson,  ^ddingr���^They^���probably���hever^see  anything like this again."  All the groundwork has been done: A  total of.154 rooms have been booked in one'  hotel and two motels, all in downtown  Seattle, one adult has been found for every  10 students, plans have been laid to make  sure everyone gets three meals a day and  the necessary funds have been raised.  So, on October 23 over 400 students will  descent on the Langdale ferry dock on  their way to a date with King Tut . . .  Seattle beware.  YOSHI'S  SUNDAY BRUNCH  12:00-2:30 P.M.  For Reservations -885.8015  Sunnycrost Contor, Gibsons.  Sechslt Barber Shop  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  ai of Oct. IM, 1978 -  MAC & SUNNI'S HAIR BOUTIQUE  NEW HOURSi/iAONDAY THRU THURSDAY ft SATURDAY. 9 AM-6 PM  FRIDAYS ONLYi 9 AM-9 PM  Specializing In Rogular Cuts & Sha&s & Modern Stylos for Men & Women  ALL WELCOME  LOCATED NEXT tO COAST CABLE VISION IN SECHELT   *u ____.__._   __ . ' ___ Ll . ��� __-_  ...._.. . _.. _   WINNING NUMBERS FOR SEPTEMBER 1978  SEPT. 6 DRAW  SEPT, 13 DRAW  $100,000  h WINNING NUMBERS  last 5 digits win $1,000  last A digits win    $100  last 3 digits win      $25  l"Of o Hit ol Iho bonus ntim-  bon on Iho Seplpmb^r 13th  I xpipjj Draw wiiln to WoMom  Canada lotfnry foundation,  Oim Lakoviow Squaro, Win-  nipoo, Manitoba MC 3M0  0  7  ����V.tii  7  7  3  8  3  0  1  8  1  8  7  7  1  8  4  2  1  6  y  3  4  1  7  3  6  4  p  6  5  1  2  4  9  3  4  3  9  3  7  8  0  ?  2  8  2  5  2  1  9  6  1  5  1  6  0  3  1  5  6  8  3  3  1  4  8  O  3  4  SEPT. 20 DRAW  SEPT. 27 DRAW  4  "F^virllcial  t  1  8  0  7  1  1  2  1  0  6  7  1  7  8  1  9  7  2  5  O  2  1  1  6  8  1  p  6  G  z  9  0  1  3  o  0  2  1  1  P  7  O  7  4  5  9  9  9  9  2  t  t  6  8  8  2  fi  1  1  2  1-  8  9  7  %  9  4  1  2  SEPTEMBER 24 DRAW  $1 MILLION'Winning numbers  Q  9  -9  z  G  -7-  4  0  3  1  8  $  1  5  1  9  1  O  4  9  4  9  1  1  2  3  4  4  6  SPECIAL $1 MILLION  BONUS PRIZE  FOR EXACT NUMBER ONLY  6   3   6  0   8   4  KEEP YOUR SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER TICKET,  IT'S ALSO ELIGIBLE FOR THE OCTOBER 29 DRAW.  i, lastA,0.QlUwlr\ ,410,000  "nM^GSTOfalQlt* win"   $1,000  ' "-"'"icratKl'dtgitrvyni "- $100  last 3 digits win $25  -1'  ��0��t��  f-r"-'^. -,   V  '.''������<. ii,...  mmm  '/"*���.-���'  w  Wostoin'Candda Lqltofy Foandallon  ,*,  .     ..    .        -.,*      I     ���   ...~m . t . ' ,     .        - ,  in IhM nvonl i il ilrtf inptttK y l)i)twf'��n tlm li>l  ontt Ifim ollicial winning numbam mt, tho latter ��hn|! priwnil  iph/.mi mwwm^mmmmmmwmmwwmmwlmmmwtmmmmmmmmwmimm  k  GIBSONS  break-in, at  Hopkins Landing pn October 2. pousehold  items valued atj>200 were taken from a  TesiaenceT"  - ���A break-in occurred at a beach cottage  on Marine Drive October 4. Police say it is  unknown what is rtiissing.  ������."' A man "flashed" residents^ of an  apartment on School rd. on three occasions last week. The matter is under  investigation.  A break-in occurred at a Martin Rd.  residence on October 2. JPolice say nothing  appears to be missing.  Thieyes stole $120 in cash from a suite  in the Maple Crescent Apartments October 1.  "  Ml  ���H  M  9186-S88  4|8i|3as "is ojJMoi  MMMMj  IMO^  Al 1SV0D 3NIHSNHS  M's��unoD vim 30i Alias m  (eDud sjijj io /|ddns pe^jiun)  Are you part of the human race  or just a spectator?  pamapacnon,  Kknrti lit \m*r hrin ym krww ii\ ri^hi o  v.  STONEWORK  Stone facing ��� Fireplace  & Chimney Repairs  ���ii ANDY 886-2821  ���NMoa saisdn  1311VM  ion niM  -��  &  MMMMMWMMMMWN^^  vs. wanmng your  door ki-i-pT"  txlraalroul  Scnindiiry  loinbuslliin  chumhi-r allows lllllKUl  (iilul-humlog"-  Over (he years there have been  a lot of wood stoves dial have tried  to put some pi/.za/y. in your decor  as thqy tried to take the chill out.  Unfortunately, all that ornamental gadgctry and all those beautiful  embossed patterns don't heat your  home,  A(ul most of the stoves they  came on just weren't very  efficient.  They suffered from poor construction and  ack of proper  draft control,  They were  made of cast'  iron that ex-,  panded greatly  when il got  hoi,  And they  smoked up  your home as  much as they  icatcd il,  MT^.     Sure, they  ir im.i niti> i<i>hn hn.iii'1 kept iiiany  invtfiiir,ii^.i,iv.->ri,       I amines warm  inside Mien the lemperaUue oul-  side wits di-��ll-dlpping below IV-  frr freezing,  WH it was eiisy lo see"why gas,  eleclrlc and oil heating soon made  the wood stovo a thing,of the past,  History repeats itself.  'Ibday, mote ami more people���  *"ai^pupg inoro iuf(! itioro praciir  cajwiboiit hoine lietuIna,^AH<I nio(v\,  ei^(0(ihscTousr,V"*"     ** ���  ''Jh'm,  Hundreds of thousands of  thrifty homeowners all across'  North America are rediscovering how inexpensive il is lo heat  their homes wilh wood, a,  resource that's in  And many of those same  homeowners are warming up lo  llic benefits of healing wilh the  unique Fisher Stove,  What makes the Rshcr Stove so  unique is that it's'reiniirkably'cfll-  cleni,. thanks to a number ol patented design features,  What makes ti Fisher  better?  First,'ll's welded from heavy-  gauge nlatc steel to make sure il'  "-virtually-'Airtight,' There are no ;  gaps in the seams to suvk in air'  and waste fuel,  Second, there's Fisher's two-  step combustion chamber thjtt nc-  tuafly re-��ircufiile�� wood pa^e��"'-  (lltat are normally lost) buck into  ��� ihe llames, The result isjporc hc^,   ,IVoinjh.c,wqoil und fewer asfe."  I'KisTytiu ��ei lwt> separale eooKi;  ing levels: the lop level for normal  cooking and the bottom level for  slow simmering,  Third, a Fisher Stove has pal-  en(ed spin draft controls tliat let  you vary the amount of air that  reaqjies the (lames and thereby  control the amount of heal they   ,  put out,  There's even an almost foolproof smoke chamber bultt ityo \  the two-level design that makes  sure smoke stays inside- the stove ,  even when the door is wide open,  Fisher: An idea whose  time has come.  We can show you a variety of  Fisher models, all designed to  save 50% or more on your heating  bills, Anil we can answer most  any (|ttesiion you've got about  heating wllh wood,  So whether you'd like lo warm  a single room or your entire  house, come on in and see what'  makes a Fisher a Fisher,  Of course, you won't be dazzled by a lot of fancy doodads and  chrome gecgaws,-  But then, you won't be paying  forthcnveiihcr.     -  MIWPHIl'  J&C ELECTRONICS  RADIO SHACK  authorliad 5nU�� C��nt��r  Cowrk St., S��ch��lt, A.C.  885-2568  s  mirmlttft tip lo,  ..y.......  ^  ii^i^.-mw��^^??��*'i��***��^*^'t^!a*H"'  T.-WSH^'^*^1*S^.^^'-<I-1*Sf-'Bit)-!^**  iWfeTtaW{��)^��iim#^��i^^^-w  - v~  >  .1  I 'I  /  i mmlm.  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978    _  Hinted  COMMUNITY  REPORT  Sechelt nofes  Light for the blind  by feggy Connor, 885-9347  Monda^October 16 the Lady Lions will  start their week's canvassing for the  CNIB. They ask that you leave your outside lights on to indicate your willingness  to help this worthy cause.  KING TUT RAFFLE WINNERS  4 Sechelt Elementary School's Grade six  and seven eagerly watched as "Blackie"  Apsouris drew' the winning tickets oh  Friday, October 6. Firstprize was won by  a wee girl so new to this world she was  still in the incubator, Heather Paull. Her  family chose to take the turkey. Second  choice of the prizes went to Ron Watts and  he picked the bicycle. Mrs. Ivy Lee was  bappy-to-win third prize: tickets to the  Vancouver Canucks hockey game."  The top seven ticket sellers for the  raffle will be guestsi of Tyee Airways for a_  haU-hour fli^it. These are Jim Brackett,  Bobbie^ WptS^LiaM "Gnseiithwaite,  Jackie" Mosier,7 Jackie Boothfe, Sabina  Craigen, Leah Cavalier. Grade Six,  division four, Mr; Hercus' room, sold the  most tickets.     ���  These are the big sellers but everyone  must have put a lotqf effort intojhe sales  as they TraiSed over $1,600.^ This icludes  $400 made at the White Elephant sale.  The timeis creeping closerfoc, the big  trip to Seattle, October 23 and 24.  The Seattle Art Museum is presenting  the Treasuries of Tutankhamen exhibition.  It is reported to be aPwonderful exhibits  The woodwork, ornate chairs and chests  with exquisite inlays of ivory, are in  remarkable condition. They were excavated by British Archeologist Howard  Carter, following the discovery of the tomb  in 1922.  BRIDGE ERROR  The printed word does not always  appear in the paper the same as it goes  from this typewriter. The third prize  winners for the singles opening merry-go-  round- bridge.- party- Septembers-were -  Charlie Humm and Fred Espley. Surry to  have to repeat this but the consolation  winners were. Erna Cole and Olga Johnson.  RCMP PASS OUT CEREMONY  FOR ROBERT NESTMAN r .. ~ .,  The ceremony was held at the RGMP  barracks in Regina arid Robert Nestman  had the biggest crowd of supporters as the  whole kit and caboodle of his family .were  there, September 23, 24 and 25. It was a  regular caravan travelling east instead of  west, visiting other relatives along the  way.  From Sechelt area Bob's parents Leo  and Doreen Nestman, sister Lee Ann and  her boyfriend Mike Brooster, Danny and  Kit Nesjman, other brothers David,  Wilfred and Peter. Joining the wagon train  at Fernie was sister Eileen and Jerome  Bender and their two daughters, and from  Sooke, Aunt and Uncle, Cile and John  Farmer.  " Arriving in Saskatchewan a few days  ahead of time, the Nestmans took part in  the harvesting as they called on relatives  in Wyngard. Doreen was a Blumgren who  in turn came from Petersons, a well known  name in that part of the prairie.  The three full days of the passout  ceremonyjstarted on the Saturday with a  get-together of the families- and open  house. Sunday the graduating class briefly  went through ali exercises, swimming,  etc. that comprise their training.  Forty of the men in the same group as  Bob went through a most impressive copy  of the famous Mounties' Musical Ride,  only on foot. Those present were asked to  be as quiet as possible during the drill arid  not a sound was heard, not even'a cough,  as they performed with perfection without  an audible command heard, most impressive. This.was the first time in nine  yearsihis has been performed.  ---Monday was aregular work day except  the graduates paraded for the first.time in  their red serge uniforms. On the parade;  grounds were seven'.or eight different  uniforms as each stage of trainees wear a  different outfit. The bands were excellent,  both pipe and brass.  Tourists are welcome to watch the  men, with a few men designated to guide  and explain the training procedures. Take  advantage of this if you find yourself in  that neck of the prairies.  ��� Congratulations from_your _hoimtown,  Bob. It is a tough course which makes the  passing of it a greater achievement.  COME TO THE DANCE  Yes there are still a few tickets left for  the St-. Mary's Hospital Union_danc6_to_be_  held at the Senior Citizens Hall, Saturday,-  October 14.  It is a country western orchestra, the  Sunshine Ramblers. The prize is $5 per  person and tickets can be obtained by  phoning Ina Grafe 885-9761 or Dorothy  Goeson 885-2539;  Volunteer helpline  To volunteer is to put your free time to  good advantage both for yourself ahd for  the community. Self esteem and con-  fidenceare-built-as oriemeets newpeople-  and develops riew-skills.-By learning more  about the community, one can take part in  social change.��_-;y���__ ���__���_ _  7     v;7 .  Volunteer Helpline will appear weekly  in this newspaper to help the public  become more aware of the volunteer  opportunities available in the community.  Any-7'individuals''' or groups .'needing:-  volunteer help are asked to phone the  VOLUNTEER BUREAU at 885-3821.  Volunteers are urgently needed tq work  with students on ah individual basis. When  given this one-to-one help many students  can overcome their, learning problems.  TAny^ help^given w^drbenunderTthe  guidance of a teacher. Volunteers are  needed in Gibsons, Sechelt and Pender  Harbour. The minimum time required is  three hours a week.  Elderly or disabled people often spend  many hours alorte, shut away from the  community. People are.needed to visit and  to take people out for short excursions.  Volunteers must have a genuine interest in  listening and in sharing time socially.  People are needed in Roberts Creek,  Gibsons,  and  Pender  Harbour.   Time.  Peninsula area" to assist a partially  disabled person exercise three times a  week.  Handy, with your hands?���cloth- and  wooden ���'tj6^fi&tfeSdedl6ra''iby:-ibrary at  a community centre.  Volunteer drivers are needed in all  areas of the Sunshine Coast to drive people  without means of transportation to  medical appointments. Drivers would only  be called occasionally.  Wool and old woollens which can be  unravelled are needed. People are also  needed to crochet or knit this wool into  blankets for the Save the Children  program.  .1 :Artistic_volunteefs are heeded to assist  a school in the preparation of charts,  bulletin board material, drawings fpr  worksheets, and line drawings" for a  Language Development program.  Volunteers could work in their own home.  These are just a few of the volunteer  needs that the bureau has on file. If you  have any questions about any volunteer  opportunities or have a need yourself,  please call the VOLUNTEER BUREAU  at 885-3821.  TEACHER PAT CRAIG works one on  one with this student at Sechelt  School. Students with learning  disabilities can benefit greatly when -  given the help they need, say  teachers. Volunteers are Urgently  _nee_ded =to~help -teachers" work" with-  these children, phone the volunteer  bureau at 885-3821.  H.B. hospital  aux. met Oct. 2  Two new members welcomed at the  regular monthly meeting of the Halfmoon  !Bay Hospital Auxiliary on October 2 were  Dorothy Stacey and -Nita Haugland.  President Geri Smith told the nineteen  members present that ticket sales for the  Christmas raffle were going well. Prizes  offered were a grocery hamper, Christmas Cheery, a painting by Mae Parsons  and an afghan made by Mary Murray.  Tickets,are_being_sold-in_theJTrail Bay-  Mall on Thursdays and Saturdays and the  Auxiliary would appreciate volunteers to  help with this project.  Members were informed that Unicef  Christmas cards and other Christmas'  items-are~ribw available in the Gift Shop.  Also available is a small book giving the  history of the various auxiliaries to St.  Mary's Hospital. A new volunteer service  being organized is for interpreters for  hospital patients. On a trial basis, the  Thrift Shop wilTremain open until 3 p.m.  on Thursdays.  Olive Comyn and Marie Ives were  appointed to the nominating committee  and will be seeking replacements fofThe*  secretary and the gift shop convenor.  Advertising-  a showcase  ioir intelligent  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  Bus: 885-9 244  Res: 885-2686  required: minimum two hours.  ��� Supervisors are needed for community  probation workers. Stable persons are  needed to supervise, work with,  and  _d,e_Vfilop_a���relationship^-with���these-  probation workers;  Volunteers are needed to wash windows,  for elderly seniors in the Gibsons and  Sechelt area. These people are unable to  do the work themselves and are unable to  pay for the service. ���'.  Someone is needed in the Francis  ���All-sizes-of���Paper-Doilies-for���the-  Festive season or any occasion. ��� Miss'  Bee's, Sechelt. *   '     yr  Modern, 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Good location - 1 Mock from  beach, English Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown, shopping within 2  blocks. 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms, studios, efficiency  units and suites - each.with private bath, color TV aid phone. Dining  Room and Coffee Shop. Lounge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting  Rooms. Drive-in lobby and free parking.  1755 Davie Street Vancouver V6G 1W5. Phone: 604^682-1831 collect  Tele* 04-51161        ,  I,  Up-  That pain  in the back...  \  -ft,  'it,.  maybe It's trying to tell  you something.  Maybe Ills saying you  should bo more careful  wbon. you'r.Q. lif ting-r-that...,  you should make sure the  loacj Isn't too heavy, and  that ypu'lift with your logs  Instead of. your bcick,  Maybe It'a complaining  about the way you twist  whon you turn Instead  of shifting your foot arid  turning with your whglo  body,  It might even be saying that you  should take a little time now arfd  theb to do some simple exercises  to strengthen your back, ���'  Think about it, And do something  about It. For a start, how about  getting a copy of 'the free booklet  "BACK TALK^Avallable at your local  ���Workers'Compensation Board  office or mall t|ils coupon^  lilmui'iMinilinii  ���I uvpioN ul 'On'iA lulh  timrx  COMI'ANY  AnnHi'-ay  Mml In "film* f, I'rmiwn |ln|il" n\ llw willing imlnw  \' V '-*>     '���    < ^  \  WORKER ^COMPENSATION POARD Bij  ,     ,,   ,  (i��Mill.��i|iw Wmm-I, VrtiniHiVW HC .VHMltl,1i*i|)ii'��itl-?(iA'(lli|| IriiiWM'riil/Mil      *  ANADIAN I1ATI0NAL INSTITUTE the  FUND DRIVE  Support YOUR COMMUNITY-SUPPORT CNIB  "ADVANCEMENT FOR BUND PEOPLE CAN ONLY  " DE HELPED THROUGH YOUR SUPPORT."  drive will be  OCTOBER 16th through 21st  \  Watch for the canvassers in your area*  'f.  "DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY YEAR"  60 years of helping  the blind in Canada  f: -:r.��: ..-C  mi  ..,. ,   mm^m-f ���  ti -��� t, ���m���."- A;�� ''��� \y"'...  .'        ,V  I ,J��m ���.  I ,1 .  . (|W^. ��� . "*r"   ** *-   h   h $ ?*��� *** *'C*wj-'WiA^  \  I  V  "it x  I . I  I ��t   t  ' ll \,  ^  \ I   ��'  ..;..  >,'.' .��� ��-'ppp��.i-.  \.  i *  A  \ ��� y  Sm  ��0  'f-  -Hotfrnoon-Boy-happeh/ngs-  ^Oth Anniversary  By Mary Tinkley, 885-9479  . The Family supper celebrating the  __twentieth.annivfirsary.o��41ie.openingof4he  Welcome Beach Hall will be held on  Saturday^ October 14 at 6:30 p.m. The  convenors have had such an enthusiastic  response they regret they] were unable to  accept any further reservations because of  lack of space. Guest of honour will be  Elma  Tolliday  of  the  New Horizons  Program which made possible so many of  the improvements to Uie hall carried out  /during the past ten years. Members are  reminded they should bring their own  dishes, including coffee mugs, wine  .glasses and cutlery. ~  COMMUNITY NEWS  Tonight, October 11 at .the Regional  Board Office at 7:30 Ed Nicholson will  meet with representatives of the various  communities in Area'"B" for a discussion  of the Settlement Plan.  Shuffleboard and Carpet Bowling are  now ift full swing at the Welcome Beach  Hall. While the shuffleboard teams are  made up for the first tournament of the  winterjhere isroom-for new members at  carpet bowling on Monday afternoons at  1:30 p.m. Ed Edmunds, who is making  steady progress following his recent fall,.  reports that he hopes to get Sunday afternoon- cribbage~game&-going��-in~Nov<--  The first evening to whist this season  turned out to be Ladies' Night with the fair  sex carrying off all the prizes. High score  winners were'^tn Scott and Mary Tinkley  with-��onsolation prizes going to Grace  .Rutherford and Hazel Ellis. Next whist  drive will be on Saturday, November 4 at 8  p.m. Convenors this year are Al and  Nancy Lawson.  Members of the Welcome Beach  Community Association who have not yet  paid their dues.for the year 1978-19 should  pay $2 to the secretary, Olive Comyn, or to  Grace Rutherford.  ALAN GREENE BIOGRAPHY  Catherine Tuck of Charlottetown,  P.E.I, is collecting data for a biography of  her father, the late Canon Alan D. Greene,  who served the people of the B.C. Coast for  40 years as a marine missionary with the  Columbia Coast Mission. He was  superintendent of the mission-for23^years  after succeeeding the Revr^John Antle in  1936.  Catherine interviewed old friends and  colleagues of her father's who recorded  : memories of. a dear friend and a beloved  Rappenincparound fhe harbour  Oktoberfest ^  By Doris Edwardson, 883-2308 f^. fjj  ^r  The Pender Harbour Lions Club can  chalk up another successful event for this  year. The Octoberfest was a sellout as  nearly all the seats were taken by happy  folks with their once empty beer steins  filled with malt coloured contents and  topped with foam.  - Large decorative lanterns hung from  the ceiling with streamers giving the hall  a European atmosphere. Joanna .and  Frank Roosen were dressed in tfieir  traditional Dutch costumes and wooden  shoes.  -- During the evening there was a beer  drinking contest which involved team  , workt Four pen to each team, as soon as  the-first-stein of beer is empty and turned  upside down on the contestants head, the  next man in the team drinks his down. This  goes on until the first team with four  empty steins is chosen as winner. Brian  Shaeffer, Warhe Clay, Gleri Vincent and  Gavin. Mueller were the winning team.  ,There was another content after this  -one-which" was-a-timed-beer��� drinking-  contest. The contestant-had to drink a  "Yard of Ale" which is the equivalent of  two bottles of beer. Brian Shaeffer was the  winner/Time - 20 seconds. Linda Nichols  won the Texas Mickey. ^  There was plenty of food, sausages,  sauerkraut, potato salads and rolls etc.  Everyone enjoyed the "Tuxedo Function"  especially when they played beer drinking  mu^ic'Remember,' the proceeds fpr the  evening goes back into the community.  PENDER HARBOUR COMM CLUB  The Pender Harbour Community Club  , wish to thank everyone for their support at  the Turkey Bingo they had on October 5.  The winner of the $500 jackpot plus, a  turkey was Heather Brown.    .  NEW ARRIVAL IN PENDER HARBOUR   _ Ricklittle and Cherry Jennifer wish to  announce the birth of Jesse Coltriane  September 19.  PENDER HARBOUR HEALTH CLINIC  Therp will be another film showing at  the Pender Harbour" Health Clinic on  Friday October 13 at 7:15 p.m. It will be an  interesting and informative topic:  "Rape".    There will be two people in attendance  to handle the questions during discussion  period. Every month there will be a new  film.  "On November 8 a film"I Am "Joey's"  Heart" will be shown. This will show  preventative" measures before a heart  attack and there will be a Doctor and  nurse present for discussion.  NEWS AND VIEWS  Last week I mentioned that Nan Larson  was taxi driver now, well that was just  temporary while Ada was away.1  ; Peggy and Ron Pockrarit are home  again after a lovely six week trip  travelling through B.C., Alaska and  Alberta. ..'....���:������...,:._,   ~-_   June and Mike Cashaback have  returned from the Peace River Country.  Bea Morrison,was over for the-Oc-  toberf est. She ifi living in Nanaimo 'with  her daughter.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  The Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112 will  be having their annual Halloween Dance  on October 28 with music by the Harbour  Lites. There are prizes for the most  original costume, comica.l and spookiest,  This Masquerade Dance has always been  popular, so get your costumes made now  and join the fun.  RODDY WEBB AND HIS BOAT  Seems Roddy Webb won't have his boat,  ready for a while yet. He has Jovial Jack  working on it and things aren't going too  fast. Says when its ready he will have tb  call it "FINALLY".,  MEETING  Anyone interested in promoting, or  -helpinginJhisye^  at the Madeira Park Elementary Library  at 7:30, October 16.  NOTE TO J L  Which brand of bottle caps aje you  using to catch-salmon with this week?  minister. She carried out her research in t  -Vancouver, at the archives urVictoria, on  Saltspring Island, Campbell River, Kelsey  Bay and Hardwicke Island.  ,   > ,  In Victoria she visited George HrPotts,  who was keeper of the Merry Island light  from 1951 to 1966 and at Campbell River,  she visited the Potts' daughter, Joanna,  who lives with her husband, Joe Hammond  and their two small children at Campbell  ���RiveR-At Duncan she spent some time'  with her brother and sister-in-law, Alan  and Nancy Greene and she interviwed two.  of the Anglican priests who served with the  Columbia  Coast   Mission -under   Alan  -Greene, the Rev. Joe Titus in Victoria and-  the Rev. Pat Ellis at Maple Bay. She  visited Quathiaski Cove on Quadra Island,  which was the home of the Greene family  for 17 years. It was the base fronj which  Alan Greene patrolled the coast frijfti  Pender Harbour as far north as Cape Scott  arid Seymour Inlet from 1919 onwards. ���_,  Two of the interesting people Catherine  interviewed were Bill Law of ParksviUe,  famous for his historical writings, and  Rose Manson McKay, the daughter of Jim  Manson, who is a good friend-of the Indians. She has an Indian name and is invited to potlatches,' an honour rarely  bestowed on white people.  At Redrooffs, Catherine was the guest  _of_her stepmother, Dorothy Greene. She is  returning to Charlettetowri this week to  rejoin her husband, the Rev. Bob Tuck and  her five, children and plans- to spend the  winter working on her father's biography.  HERE AND THERE  The Halfmoon Bay Fire Department  held its first annual, banquet at the  _Halfmoonlnn on September 30 with about  40 firemen and their guests attending  Joan Clarkson put on an excellent  smorgasbord dinner, after which the  \tables were pushed aside^foFdancmg���  Within the next few weeks, TV fans can  expect to be watching the channel of their  choice; Coast Cablevision advised'that the  B.C. Tel crew have finished stringing the  cable, but there is still some equipment to  be installed and connections to be completed. Some will get the service before  others, but be patient ��� it's really on the  way.  Bessie Maybee is home after a holiday  in the interior, visiting her brother on his  ranch at Williams Lake and touring with  her niece. They spent a few days at  Radium Hotsprings enjoying the warm  mineral pools. They stayed a few days  longer than they expected because a  sudden freak storm created havoc ori the  roads, causing the closing of the Roger's  Pass for a short time.  New residents on Frances Avenue are  KarlBruhn arid his wife Hilary. Karl is the  new editor of the Peninsula Times^  Sarah Paul  full of love  Wednesday, Oct.11,197?  The Peninsula Times  ��ageA?5L  By PEGGY CONNOR  The fimeral of Saraphirie Martha Paul"  heltj Friday, October 6, at Our Lady of  Lourdes Catholic Church, was just like  Sarah, full of love.  Father Tom Nicholson speaking pf  Sarah's life said how well she related to-  everyone, a voice on the Council, a worker  for the Homemakers, a member of the  Royal Canadian Legion Branch 140, and a  faithful member of her church. ���_____  Likening her to another Paul who had  died recently, Pope John, who had many of  Sarahs qualities, but even bearing a closer  affinity to Sister Teresa in India, a  deserving compliment.  Sarah and her husband Joe had two fine  children, now adults, Stanley and Daphne,  but raised five of her brothers like children  of her own.  The church was full, not only with  people but with love for Sarah, this wealth  of warm feeling this lady exuded in her  - lifetime _was _being_returned-to - her _by  family and friends this day.  The singing of the choir and the happy  voices of small childreh were delightful  sound�� that helped to ease the sadness felt  at her going.  Laid to rest in the Sechelt Indian  Cemetery Sarah, born May 6,1923, Jervis  Inlet, who live in fond memory to all whb  knew her.  "Come and go with me, to my Father's House"  ST. JOHN'S UNITED CHURCH  DAVIS BAY  ... . Wishes-to jemind a.ll our Sunday.School  friends,-, both^>ld and new, that. . .  ST. JOHN'S UNITED,CHURCH  SUNDAY SCHOOL REGISTRATION  will be"on Sunday October 15 at 9:30  Parents are invited to help us  complete registration.      . *-���  WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!��  Use Times' Adbriefs to Sell Bent Buy. Swap etc.  SYNDICATE  A GOOD INVESTMENT  COMPANY  J.W. (Jim) BUDD  885-3397  Specializing   in   Annuities   and  Retirement Income Planning  LW TW  6 1 Kiss You [All Ovor]  _.__.......,..;. v;Exile:  2 2 Magnet and Steal  ..'..  .............................Walter Egan  1 3 Reminiscing          ....                                          . .Little River Band  5 4 Hot Child kiTb^lty^X.   .Nick Gilder  3 5 Grease ... 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XA..-rA. .David Gates  25 22 Flying ...  j   Prism  27 23 Right Down The Line                     Gerry Rafferty  26 24 All I See Is Your Face  .: Dan Hill.  15 25 Miss You .......     .......Rolling Stones  29 26 Beast of Burden .,       Rolling Stones  17 27 Hot Blooded          .Foreigner  30 28 Who Are You ..........,.../,,...,........ .       k[.y.-...., The Who  ��� 29 ' How Much I Fee!..       Ambrosia  ��� 30 I Just Wanna Stop  .Gino Vannellj  ' '   ^'  '        y      %  X  TERM OF OFFICE  T Wo years  Two years  Two years  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE OF ELECTION  1978  PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given to the eldctors of the herein cited  ELECTORAL AREAS of the Sunshine Coast Regional District, that I  require the presence of the said electors at the Regional District  Office; Wharf Street, Sechelt, on Monday,, the 30th day af Qctober  1978, at the hour of 10:00 o'qlock In the forenoon, for the purpose  , of electing persons to rpproseht them as Directors for each ELECTORAL AREA of the Regional District and Island Trustees for the  Islpnds Trust as hereafter specified; ''  ELECTORAL AREA  "B"  i   ��� "D".    >  Gambior Island* and Its associated  Islands under tho Island Trust ActTwo Trustees - two year form  The modo of nomination of candidates shall bo as follows:  Candidates shall bo nominated for each ELECTORAL AREA and  Gambior Island undor Islands Trust Act In writing by two duly  qualified olectors of tho respective electoral areas concornod. The  nomlnatlon-papor shall bo dollvorod to tho Returning Offlcqr at any  tlmo between tho dato'of this notico' and noon of tho day of  nomination. Tho nomination-paper may bo In the form proscribed in  tho Municipal Act, arid shall state the name, residence, and occupation of tho person nomlnatod In such manner as to sufficiently  Idontlfy such candidate, Tho nomlnatlon-papor shall bo subscribed  to by t|iq candidate,  In tho ovon! of a poll boing nocossary, such polls will be opened at:  ELECTORAL AREA POLLING STATION  "Ii" I     Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  "D" West Sechelt Elementary School   X'tVl ,,..  - Roberts Creek Elementary School  "F" Langdale Elementary School  , Gambler Island, Army and Navy Veterans Club  on tho' 18th day of Novombor, 1970 between the hours of 8:00  o'clock In the foronoon and 8 o'clock In the aftornoon, of which  ~��vory person la hereby required'icHcrtcr-tToneanBmiTOfl^tfm'^lttir  ^accordingly* ��- -- ������ -"��������� -; >-���<--.;'�����--�����--���-������.-~��--��- -���-���.- -  Glvon undor my hand at Sechelt this 6th day of Octobor, 1978,  '     '  "'������'      ������. ;.J"* .*- --���-"������ -'���^"���-MtfrPlielan    '.       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I       *  '4.1  p  \  WI&WtfT?^ "    br* ",     ^      *  ���at-  - '��� i  m ^  A .<%7��u>i*#Aft*>i'fa r,, .,m*,��rri,r'mat��lv.t  <m  r.        m    . _ ,  mm ,,    ,   , .   .*.,��_  '    y -rr:yy.  -'���-������^���1���i-���!���  \.  :    \ '���''  - ~~-���  _���__ ������ __  ���^���"-'���"fJ    -"yj-  y .   ..  ������ r  i  - ������  . . -  \  ��� x ;.  .  *>  L    '  t  '   ���  ��  Senior No. 69 holds successful plant sale  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  The Executive ot Branch 69 met on  October 3 to learn that^he Plant Sale held  the previous Saturday had been a great  success. The net take had been $377.60  from a fine display of perennials, shrubs,  vegetables and fruits on the produce tables  supplemented by sales at the White  Elephant stall and, bf course, from the  refreshment booth. .  Jilizabeth Derby has asked that all  e tickets-be returned at the next  monthly meeting which will be held pn  October 19. The draw for a very fine quilt  made by the ladies of the Ways, and Means  Committee will take, place at the Pall  Bazaar and Tea' to be held Saturday,  October 28.  Elizabeth has requested that I ask longtime members if they know of any Charter  members who may liave moved away so  , that invitations to the speciai Te| to be  held on Fourth Thursday, N<wiSnber 23,  may be seryt out. Phone the information to  Elizabeth. ,  Our membership list as at October I  stood at 30L  Carpet bowling on Mondays and  dancing on Wednesdays continue to draw  good numbers. An invitation is extended to  newcomers to come and join in these  activities. It's a great way to get to know  your new neighbours.   PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  By MARIE-TRAINOR .   The regular monthly meeting of the  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital was held on Wednesday, October N  i^ith 22 members present. /  President Joan Rigby called the  meeting to order and welcomed fojur new  members:   Phoebe Blomberg, \Edna  Bowden, Pearl Dove, and Maria'Pet--  tersen.  Reports were read for the month of  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 11, 1978  Garden Corner  ByGUYSYMONDS  ��� Carrying on from last week's Corner  which dealt with growing bulbs for winter  flowering, here are a fewmore points that  bear mention.  Once the bulbs have started to grow  they must never be allowed to become dry.  that way lies complete failure.: As they  develop they should be watched more and  more carefulljrbecause-freque'nt watering  will become necessary. Bulbs in fibre or  vermiculite will need attention less  frequently. The objective is to.keep the  rotting medium moist but not, repeat not,  waterlogged^  The watering technique is important,  too. Don't pour water over the-top of the  bulb as some of it is sure to lodge in the  '.���entres of the leaf clusters with the result  that the flower buds may rot. Pour it at the  side of the pot. This is particularly important with growing hyachiriths.  Fertilizing must also be mentioned. If  your bulbs are in-drained containers and '  are well rooted, they will appreciate ���?  weekly feeding of a diluted fertilizer. On  the other hand, those in undrained pots  should not be fertilized;  temperature is another important  item. Contrary to what most of us might  think, the flowering bulbs most commonly  grown do not need a lot of heat. Hyacinths,  narcissi and daffodils flourish best in a  temperature between 55 and 60 degreesF. .  :.':with'ja';dcop:& .   _-,  sounds like a fussy business but as any ���'-������-.'  gardener   knows   from   experience,  fussiness is the name of the game. What  ���these-lovely-but-dettcate-grovrths-camnot   stand is'cold drafts.        r  ^���<t.. '  A few more details to watcli:. Plants  -growing in room windows tend to bend  towards the light so the vessel in which  they are growing should be turned every  day or two as indicated by the growth. As '  was said before, if the weather turns really  cold take them away from the window at ���  night.'.  Also, some of the forced flowers, particularly the narcissi and the bigger  daffodils tend to flop over as they grow.  The best way to take care of this Is to put  three or four thin sticks into the growing  medium near the sides of the bowl when  they are first -brought to the light. 7 The ,  mass of rootlets will hold them,In place,  and some raffia can be used to bind the  sticks and support the plants. ,   Most ofus thinkof thespring flowers"^1  mentioned above," but there Is another .  delightful field of indoor. gardening to,  explore. This deals with miniature bulbs.  In this category come the crocuses, both  the large, and the small, the Glory of the  Snow, grape .hyacinths; miniature Iris,,  squills, and the miniature daffodils. At the ���  delightful bulb show put on each year by  the Bradner growers that attracts visitors  from all over the Lower Mainland, it has  been quite notipeable In recent years th^t  more and more attention Is being given U>  growing these - miniatures, and their  delicate beauty Is a revelation.  There are valuable dividends to this bulb  flower forcing. After the blooming period  is over the green leaves are encouraged to  keep growing by proper attention to  watering as long as tbpy. appear to  ' welcome nnd respond to It. The following  spring they arc set out ln the garden and  allowed to recuperate. Probably tho next  year will see little If any blooming but the  spring following that should seo �� good  ��� showing of flowers, particularly; If* encouraged with n llttlo fertilizer of the 4-10-  10 Variety or something similar. From  personal experience tills can bo done vory  successfully.Indeed with hyacinths flndihe,��� A._  opinions of some authorities notwithstanding, the clusters of bloom were largo  and tightly formed.  One moro word of advice: When buying  bulbs for this treatment bo sure that thoy  hnvo been grown especially for forcing.   .  If you would bring tho beauty of spring  Into your homo to llfo your spirits with a  gontlo {Jeflunco of tho grey winter days ������  now Is iho tlio appointed hour I   '  Duplicate bridge ?  Duplicate bridge players began a now  season Tuosday, October 3rd at tho Sunshine Const Golf nnd Country Club with Ed "  and Agnes Johnson winning the prize.  Ommta ;irfll twrhehl -repilwrir the 1st ��� ~  and 3rdTuasd��y�� of each montli at Uie  .-(lottC^b.'Mtf.Wig promptiyv��t 7j5WTV;Yljr '���'"  All bridge players welcome, Bring a  partner. Fee f 1,50 per person. For further  information phone Phyllis Hoops nt 806-  2575.  JSeptember, by the chairpersons of the  various committees. Twelve volunteers  worked a total of 87 hours.  Numerous knitted and crocheted articles, including baby sets and stuffed toys  were attractively displayed and the  president, on behalf *of the Auxiliary and  /the gift shop again expressed their sincere  appreciation to our diligent knitters.  Ivy Richards is on the sick list and all  members wish her a speedy recovery.-  Stella Morrow, who convened the Lions  Club dinner on September 26, reported  that 27-dinners were prepared and served.  Their next dinner meeting is planned for  October 24 and will be convened by Helen'  Weinhandl. ,  A firm date has now been set for the  annual Aloha Luncheon ��� Friday,  November 3 will be the BIG DAY in the  United Church Hall. Tickets are novy  available from our members as well as  from Don's Shoes and Kay Butler Realty  Ltd. The planned menu for this year will  be���sweet and soursausage wiith hot rice,'  cold harri;scalloped potatoes,choice of  salads, hot rolls, pineapple dessert and tea  and coffee. ��� All this for only $3.75. So  here is your chance to plan a luncheon _  engagement with some of your friends and  join us in the United Church Hall on  November 3.1 assure you you will not be  sorry and at the same time contribute to a  very, worthy cause, which is! of vital in-  . terest to u&all ��� OUR HOSPITAL.  /The next  meeting^ ofL^e^ Gibsons  ^Auxiliary will be held on Wednesday,  November 1. We are>continually searching  for new members, mer^fore, if you have a  friend or neighbor; Avho^is^kjterested in'  volunteer work in a_fof otfrhospitaLbring  them with you to the next meeting*  The Downtown Airline  FALL SCHEDULE  REGIONAL BOARD  ��������� Oct. 10  Water "Commission   Meeting  wjth  South  Pender Harbour. Water District, 7:30-pm,_  SCRD Board Room.                  _^=���-  Regular Board and Planning Meeting, 7:30  pm, SCRD Board Room.  Public Hearing, By-law 96.39 qnd 96.40,  _                  7:30 pm/_SCRD__Board_Room._  Oct. 19 ��� Public Utilities Committee Meeting, SCRD  Board Room  ^  SA  _Oct_.J_2  Oct. 16  SCHOOL BOARD  Oct. 12th ��� Regular School Board Meeting, 7:30 pm,  Pender Harbour Secondary School.   -  DEPART  SECHELT  7:45 am  9:45 am  11:45 am  DEPART 7:30 am  VANCOUVER     8:30 am  FOR SECHELT   10:30 am  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  DEPART ii^team  SECHELT 3:45 pm  3:45 pm  5:00 pm  12:30 pm  4:30 pm  .Oct. 1,6th  Oct. 17th  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  Planning Meeting, 7:00 pm, Municipal Hall,  Gibsons.  Council Meeting, 7:00 pm, Municipal Hall,  Gibsons.  5:00 pm  DEPART    12:30 pm  VANCOUVER  4:30 pm  Oct. 4th -  Oct. 18th  vitywi^^  Council Meeting, 7:30 pm, Municipal Hall,  Sechelt  ^Gouneil=MTOtmg=7?30-pm, Municipal Hallr  Sechelt.  3 FLIGHTS DAILY TO NANAIMO  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO POWELL RIVER  Pm further information phone: 885-2214  Courtesy of  Cowrie St. 885-9330 Sechelt  ,;^\  The second in.a series of MB reports:  buld^wespendairother  in  expect to  .   ������. - v  What the mo  Over a period of five years,  "MacMiiraiT  more than $450 million on up-  to-the-minute production facilities. So far this year, for example,  we've committed more than $130  million lor projects in British  Columbia. This is a planned,  deliberate investment: a matter  of decision. It's aclditi6nal to our  continuing expenses for wages,  supplies and power���our everyday costs of staying in business.  Spending to stay  competitive.  Most of this ^investment will be*  used to /equip some of the best  people in the business (MB  people) with the best tools available. (One example: The new  $54 million Alberni Pacific Sawmill.) Why? To help them turn  out even better prbduets at lower  costs. That's essential if we're  going to continue meeting world  com pet it ion.  Profit: An investment  injke^ .  If you think MacMillan Bloedel  is investing this money in B.C.  because we hope to earn a fair  rate of return on it���you're entirely correct.  Profit is what keeps us here. It's  also what is expected qf: us by  our employees, shareholders,  bankers and bond holders. Without them, we wouldn't stay in  business long. Nor would any  other company. \-��\  So we intend to keep right on  making the best profit we can,  consistent with our responsible  ties to our people and the communities we w6rk in.  A vote of confidence.  Our company's willingness to  make 'large,"long-term' investments in this province tells you  some th i ng i moor bx\\t ybout our  hopes for B.C.'s future.^WeYe  where our faith is.  "MacMillan Bloedel  .�� .  ,'��.'  1  #  ���*.���.  ���?*:'  t Ifi^jfct-'lJffiW*!. ���?��>��*.������ I^^WjiW-   I  -f   Wi,H.rt(*WHIH��'tt��*Ki ^ \  ��������� \  x   ��� "���  X  Corrections officer  fined $500 for lie  ���/  Pitch-lnlS  Keep���   Biitl/h Columbia  Beautiful  v.  **-.*��  TheP  HE JTENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978  Pages 1-8  Gibsons embarks on  $9331 paving plan  SECHELT COUNCIL voted to send a  letter to Glenmont Holdings asking  thenUo upgrade the lane behind Ebb  Tide St. in the village. Lots facing  Ebb Tide have no rear access because  the lane issome 10 feet loVreTtfianTthe  properties. Here the; Hatfield  property is shown. Council is also  requesting a retaining wall be built to  prevent the fence of their property  from caving into the lane.  Gibsons council approve^ a $9,331  paving plan at last Tuesday's regular  council meeting.. The road work, which is  expected to be completed sometime this  week, will be done by B.A. Blacktop.  The plan includes the paving of a 22-foot  strip of CrudlRd; north of Hillcrest at a  cost of $2,913, an upgrading of the end of  Sargeant's Rd. for $1,068, the extension of  the Municipal H&ll parking lot at a cost of  ( $1,787, the paving of a parking turnout in  the 1700 area of Marine Dr. ahov'e Armours Beach at a cost of $1,663, and the  paving of the Bay Rd. extension at a cost of  $1,900.  ^   The paving of the Bay Rd. extension is  In response to a delegation- of Bay~$d.  ^esidents^ho;ia]rtTttoh*^^  road be paved.   '   >   , >  Council also approyed the purchase of  twjb new Jhalf-ton trucks. The two GM pickup trucks were purchased for a total of  $12,882.92 from Sunshiny Coast GM..  In other business, Deputy-Mayor  Lorraine Goddard assured a delegation  ' from the Gibsons Men's Softball League  that a meeting would be set up to discuss  ways and means of improving . the  recreational facilities at Brothers Park.  Goddard said he would attempt to  contact all those interested for input and  set up the mating as soon as possible.  Gibsons councU was the recipient of a  letter from Prime Minister Pierre Elliott"  Trudeau   thanking   member's   for   a  resolution ih protest of nuclear weapon  ��� production. . .i.y____"__.   Trudeau told the council U.S, President  '  Jimmy  Carter   recently   announced.  production of the ncutrpn bomb has been  '   postponed.  He said ln the letter that such a pause  will give the Soviet government a chance  to prove the "sincerity of its protestations  of interest in ending the nuclear arms  race."v     ���   '" -��� "  "You may rest assured," said Trudeau,  "that Canada will give its full support,  both within NATO arid in other fora to  efforts directed towards effective arms  control arrangements,''  In" an Administration Report, Village,  Clerk Jack Copland explained tho purpose  of the village dog catchor's trip,to Port  Mellon that prompted criticism in a local  newspaper-/  Inga M. Fenwick of Port Mellon  complained in a letter to the editor in the  Coast News that Doug Elson was in the  Port Mellon area enticing dogs into his  van.  She said the dog catcher has been seen  in the Langdale area, as well, and wondered what he was doing "so far outside  his jurisdiction in working hours."  Fenwick ended her letter by warning  dog owners to check with the Gibsons  pound before embarking on a search for a  lost pet. "It seems the dog catcher wanders farthers than the dogs," she said.  Copland said that Elson was* in Port  Mellon on the day in question to.deliver a  "very important written notification to the  Port Mellon Pulp Mill for transmission via  their in-house telex." Copland said,Elson  was the only village employee available at  me time to deliver the message.  " White in the_ Port Mellon area', he *  noticed a dog.Jhat he "had previously  adopted out and made an effort to call it, in  an attempt to satisfy himself that the  animal was healthy and cared for," said  Copland. "There was absolutely no intent  on .his part to entice the animal into the  ''Van."' ;; " ������: ' ;_: ���...  Aid. Ted Hume commended Copland  for coming to the defence of the dog catcher, adding that the council usually  ignores criticism in the letters columns of  newspapers. ��� Ni  A Mission corrections officer was found  guilty of impaired driving October-4 in  provincial court after Judge J.S.P.  Johnson said the man lied to a police officer about when he had-started drinking.  ���rln:handing downa$500 fineto William  John Stelmaschuk, 31, Johnson said the  man "consciously lied to avoid detection"  on the night of April 14 when he was  stopped by police.  Const. Edward Tycrib of the Gibsons  RCMP testified he stopped Stelmaschuk  on that night because his car crossed the  centre line of the highway several times  while doing 100 km per hour in an 80 km  per hour zone.  He said the man had funny eyes and  was unsteady on his feet when he was read  the demand for a breathalyser test:  Stelmaschuk told Tycrib that he had drunk  seven beer between 4 p.m. and 12:15 a.m.  Back at the detachment Stelmaschuk  blew .13 on a test taken at 1:06 a.m. Iona  Shakespeare, a breathalyser analyst  tendered by Stelmaschuk's lawyer as an  expert witness, calculated that a man of  the accused's weight (220 lb.) would have  to drink 17% glasses of beer between 4  p.m. and 12:15 a.m. to produce a breath  reading of .13 at 1:06 a.m.  On the stand Stelmaschuk testified that  his behaviour on that night could be attributed to an allergy, bad tires and  weariness..He said his brother and a friend  had arrived with him on the Sunshine  Coast at approximately 9 p.m, and had  planned to go fishing the next day.  He said the men stopped at the Cedar's  Inn at about 10:30, had a pint of beer and  then continued to the Beachcomber Motor  Inn where they drank seven beer between  11p.m. and 12:15 a.m.  "Your statement is quite  different  now," said Johnson, who pointed out that  Stelmaschuk had told the officer that he  had started drinking_the seven, beerat 4  p.m." ~ -���^r���~-^-....^^-^-.  "Your whole evidence sounds like an  evasion^" said Johnson. "Everything's  maybe this ��� maybe that, but when the  police officer asked about drinking, he lied  to'the officer."  Stelmaschuk had told the court that  because of an allergy he had taken an  over-the-counter antihistimine that he had  picked up in Nevada and was unfamiliar  with. His lawyer Henry Wood suggested  the pill might have had an impaired effect  on him without his knowledge.  "Can people just put things into their  mouths and say I don't know what's going  to happen to me?" asked the judge..  ���- "I don't think so," said Johnson.  .A. BLACKTOI  QUALITY   SERVICE   SINCE 1956"  Grading & Gravel Curbs���  ��� Soil Cement* Drainage j Roads  ��� Industrial Sites ��� Parking Areas  Tennis Courts ���Driveways  "For Free Estimates Call Jack Kerr"  885.5151  .     PORPOISJE BAY ROAD, SECHELT  North Vancouver Offfee ��� Zenith 2628  X'  OCTOP LTD  , /  BUY&SELL  KARL BRUHN has been appointed  editor of The Peninsula Times. Mr.'  ~6ruhn worked as a city editor with the  Medicine Hat NEWS before joining  the Times. He is a graduate of McGill  University in Montreal; Quebec with  a B.A. in literature.  RECORDS  STAPES  Save time and money ordering the records and tapes you want. Pop, country, folk, specialty - current hits and  golden oldies. Special discounts all  labels, satisfaction arid safe delivery  positively guaranteed. 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PHONE  885-3231  PageB-2    The Peninsula Times      Wedi Oct. 11, 1978  _.* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  For Rent  For Rent  Phone^885^323T  Published Wednesdays^  The Peninsula Times-' -  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.   ���  Established 1963  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 $^00 e*,r0  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  iDeaths,    Card    ot- Thanks,    In  . Memoriam, Marriage and-  Engagement  Notice?, are   $7.00 -  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in     v  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  -  Subscription Rates:  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .... $8.00 yr.  U.S.A $10.00 yr.  Overseas , $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area  $6.00  Single Copies .'.... 15c ea.  Birth Announcements    Help Wanted  JOHN EDWARD Beuger,  born October 1; 1978 at St.  Mary's Hospital. Proud  parents John and Nancy  Beuger. Thanks to Drs.  Gerring, Paetkau, Farrer and  Rogers and nursing staff.  4048-46  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS^ "Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  -tf-  .   EXPERIENCED    legal  secretary   required   for  Gibsons law office. Please call  886-9055. 4966-tfn.  REQUIRED immediately  car-rtruck salesman for  progressive Ford dealership  in Spirit River, Alberta.  Applicants write stating  experience, qualifications and  salary expected to: Cobran  Mptors, Box 309; Spirit River,  Alta. TOH 3G0. Phone (403)  864-3005 or (403) 539-3665. 4036-  47 .  SELMA PARK 2 bdrm house.  ~ Hard furnishiRgs.Refsrll2-  985-5949.     N    ��� 7        4012-48         K  A    ��� _;,   2 BDRMhouse, Sechelt. Avail.  Oct. 15. $250.885-3418.   4019- J  46  BEAUTIFULLY fully paneled  1 bdrm unfurn. apt. Stove,,  fridge, drapes, carpet, bed  incl. Avail now. $126 per mo..  885-2862. 4023-46  FURN. 3 bdrm mobile home  on nice quiet site. Selma  Park Vista. Avail. Nov. 1, $260  permo., incl. pad rental. Refs.  please. Sorry, no pets. 885-3310  or 885-3417. 405148  2 BDRM APT., w-w,  elec.  heat, fridge, stove, $225. 926-  6609 or 985-8761. 4057-48  HALFMOON Bay,  3  bdrm  house, full bsmt & carport.  $325 per mo. 885-3583.   405946  EXECUTIVE House Apartments now renting.  Overlooking Gibsons Harbour. 37 deluxe 1&2 bdrm  suits. Featuring controlled  front entrance, colored ap-  plianc_EiL^_ cablevision,  panoramic view, extra -  soundproof suites-, drapes, w-  w carpets. Rents from $230.  "Inquire at 886-2465.-    4072-tfri  - ��� , ii  ONE 1-bdrm duplex./one 2-  bdrm duplex, two 2-bdrm  houses.   886-2530.'   4065-48  YEAR   ROUND.   2   bdrm  Panabode, luUy furn.; w-f,  Halfmoon Bay. 885-9496. 4905-  46  Wanted to Rent  FAMILY of four requires nice  home in Sechelt area. Good  stable jobs, refs. avail. 885-  5760 after 6 or wkends. 4906-46  SINGING LESSONS by experienced teacher, Roberts  Creek. Correct production  taught. JRoyal Conservatory, of  Toronto exams if desired. 885-  3310. 4938-46  TEACHER OF piano will give "'  lessons to children and  adults. 885-3310. 4939*46  BUY & SELL! Giant Flea  Market, Sun., Oct. 22,9 a.m.  till sold. Turn your unused,  items into cash-Space rental  $5; table $3. North side of  Cowrie St. 885-2568 or 885-9345.  . 407346  Obituary  LORENTZEN: Passed away  Octobers, 1978, Einar (Ed),  aged 83 years, late ofGarden  Bay, -B.C. Survived by his  loving wife Ann and 2 sons  Jvar .and Koree and. ,.2.,-,  _daughters.AUy.ahd ElsfeaildJLl  grandchildren,    5    great-'  POSITION VACANT. Deputy  Clerk. Location: Village of  Vanderhoof. Duties: assist  clerk in - administrative  duties; prepare and process  financial documents;  maintain "financial records;  prepare financial reports for  Council; supervise office  staff; assist finance committee in - annual budget  preparation; assume duties of  clerk during any periods of  absence. Requirements:  experience in the financial  field - 1. budgeting, 2. cost  accounting, 3. inventories, 4.  general bookkeeping. - administrative ability and experience, - ability to interpret  regulations, - ability to  prepare comprehensive  financial reports for Council, -  ability to deal discreetly with  the public, -. physically  capable of performing all  duties required.,  Miscellaneous: - must    be  SECHELT  Unfurn'd 3  bedroom  home  (4th in full bsmt). Avail, mid  Oct. Refs. $375  REDROOFFS RD-  Unfurn'd 2 bedroom homef  heatilator fireplace. $250. Refs  avail mid Oct.,  GORDON AGENCIES  885-2013  grandchildren,  vice.  Private  ser-  407146  WHITING: Passed away  October 4, 1978, George  Alfred Whiting, late of Gib-  .-sons, aged 69 years. Born and"  raised in New Westminster.  Survived by his loving wife  Alameada, 1 son Ray and his  wife Sue, 4 grandchildren, 2  great-granddaughters, 3  sisters, 2 brothers and. a  number of other relatives in  New Westminster. Funeral  service was held Saturday.  October 7, at Devlin Funeral"  Home, Gibsons, Reverend D.,,  Brown officiated. Cremation.  Cremated remains to be interred at Fraser Cemetery.  _ 405446   ENEMARK INGEBORG:  died quietly at home in  Gibsons on October 3, 1978,  Predeceased by her husband  in 1931. She is survived by 2  sisters: Mrs. Alnja Stofferson  of Los Angeles and Mrs.  Martha Mason of Denver: her  brother "Gene of Whlttier.  California; her 5 sons Mac ot  Gibsons, Spike ahd,John of  Prince Geprge. Tex of Vancouver and Carl of Quesnel; 13  grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren. Funeral  service was held Tuesday,  October 10 atDarilsh Lutheran'  Church, Vancouver.  Cremation. Develln Funeral  Homo, directors. 405546  Personal  ,���1- ,.������.�������������� ,���������.���.��� i- ������iil.il.,ltoli. ^���������������i I-.������ii���,i.^  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  Tho Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own uso at  The Times off Ice.       ItyUfn  ALCOHOLICS anonymouB  meetings 8:30 p.m. every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. 083-9200 or  883-9238. " 44524fa  !!HELP GREENPEACE  Help!! Sellers urgently  needed for the Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money! Save life! ![Important Notice!! During the  mail strike Greenpeace 'Go  Anywhere' lottery tickets will  be distributed-by. Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to call  in this area is: 898-5851 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 736-  ;0321. ,.,    4921-tfn  Work Wanted  EVERGREEN  LANDSCAPING  Complete landscaping service, Reg. sch. lawn & garden  care. Don't do it twice.., Call  us first. ,  Free Estimates  885-5033  4080-tfn  '  CfcAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floprs. Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work,  Concrete leakage problems.  , Seepage or high pressure  leaks.  Phone Wnyne Clupp  for free estimates  after 7 p.m.  ' Box 1341 ScchQlt  4437-tfn1  Help Wanted  \ i  WELL, ESTABLISHED  Fraser Valley community  newspaper needs experienced  general news reporter. Ex-  t porlcnco In court covorago  nnd camera uso an asset. Send  resume to Box 127, c-o 808,207  West Hastings St., Vancouver.  B.C.V6B1H7. 40394(1  WOMAN TO drive car mornings & evenings, apply 1242  Mermaid, after 0 p.m. 401540  REQUIRED   Iteonwd  mechanic for shop foreman,  position for progressive,Ford  . ��� AlbertA.,-AppUcd��t-jliouia,  write stating qualifications,  snlo/y expected tos Cobran  Motors. Box 309, Spirit Rlvor,  Alta. TOH 3G0. Phono (403)  803-3005of (403) MO,.IMS, 4035-  47  FULLY QUALIFIED  ELECTRICIAN  Freo Estimates  ,     880-2546  4060-tfn  - -'���-�����r"l"?. ��  -���������    '������ '     '"'in  iJ'..'"-  JOURNEYMAN ��� Shipwright  seeks work. Exp, In all  aspects boatbuilding:  house  carpentry & cabinet work.  ^Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free cst. & professional  Job, call Allan May, 883-6765.  4578-tf   .WHAT DO YOtJ EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured wdrk?  ���Prompt.' guaranteed  Bervlco?  ���Fair estimates?  eves 885-9365  499445  willingfoassume other duties w���  as delegated by clerk.  Responsible to: clerk. Salary:  commensurate with ability,  knowledge and experience.  Applicants are to apply,in  writing, stating full particulars, and salary expected,  by 20 October, 1978 to: the  Clerk Treasurer, Village of  Vanderhoof, Box 97, Vanderhoof, B.C; VOJ 3A0. 404147  2 BDRM waterfront home,  adults only;$l65'^872-3801.    495947  NEW 3 BDRM house in Wilson  Ck. Fridge & stove, drapes.  Avail. Oct. 23. $300 per mo.  885-2235. 499047  FURNISHED     waterfront  home.   Pender   Harbour  area. Ph. 731-9355.       499646  3 BDRM home near beach,  $285-per-mo.^26-1024 4972-  2 BDRM MOBILE home for  rent, with storage room. 885-  2014.   ' 496347  FOUR  BDRM  bsmt., Selma  req. 885-3855.  house,  full  Park. Refs.  4005-tfn  Real Estate  PRATT ROAD, large lot,  76' x 125'  cleared  and  in  fruit trees, $12,500.886-2155. .  4364-tfn  BY OWNER  WESTSECHELT . .  3 bdrm non-bsmt home on  almost Vz &cre, full garagejfc  utility room. Excellent buy at  $39,800.  885-3965  491646  TtfWANEK. Lot overlooking  Lambs_.Bay. Serviced with  water & power. By owner. 112-  226-5019. 4381-tfn  4 BDRM split-level in Lower  Gibsons.   1% ��� bath,  FP,  finished rec. room. Newly  decorated, lg. lot, $49,500 eves.  885-5736.   ���_ 493346  LET'S GET ,  WITH IT!  It may have been  Thanksgiving-^but - this - big  building lot is no turkey.  Southern exposure, very  handy to Gibsons, central,  fully serviced* & ready to  build. See it & m^keme an  offer I can't refuse - $14,900.  Brian Mellis 929-3037  Saxton Realty 929-3416    , 404646  5  ACRES  plus.���- 330/ft.  PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  ,885-2109  758-tfn  "      For Quick Results  Uioflmti Adbrkffl  Mobile Homes  12x48 2_bdrm~Moduline, "  $7,800 no dp; 12 x 68 3 bdrm  Gendall, $10,400, no dp. 926-  J024. _   4786rtfn_  MUST   SELL,   1975  68x12.  Fully furn, all appliances,  $13,950.883-9604 or 883-2638.  402148  60 x 12 2 bdrm, dr, furn, TV,  washer & dryer. As new, on'  pad, Sechelt. 885-3126.  402046  12 x'66 MOBILE home, 3 bdr,  w-w carpet,  semi-furn.,  dryer, sundeck. Gardfiii Bay.  883-9411. $.10,000.- 403048  12x68 DELUXE Safeway-  Canadiana 1973, 2 .large  bdrms, central air-condit.,  metal skirting, furnished,  partial, unfurnished. Excellent cond. Ko. 76,2400 Oak-  dale, Kamloops. Phone 376-'  8472 or 579-9736. Offers! 4045-  ,46  SMALL MOBILE home with  nice interior. Partially furn.  incl. wooden porch. Set up on  waterfront site, Porpoise Bay,  $2,950 obo. 885-3310 or 885-3417.  405248   _���_ j>  Campers and Trailers  '76 CUSTOM built 8%/cab-  over camper. Hydr. jacks, 2  water systems, 12V - 110V  elec. stove & 'icebox. Exc.  cond. 885-2600.//        4745-tfn  TRAVEL TRAILERS. 1973 25'  Kustonr Koach. Excellent  condition. Set up in Capilano  Trailer Park. Asking $7,200  obo. 883-9066 or 886-9066.   4028-  Business Opportunities .For Sale  For Sale  FOR RENT:  Wilson Creek  Community Hall. .Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  v 3691-tf'  GARDEN BAY -'% duplex for  rent - furnished, for July-  Sept.~30. $225 per mo, Light &  fuel incl. 883-9676. 4906-tf  2 bdrm suite overlooking  ocean on Marine Dr.7Gibsons.--  Suitable for couple & small  childjJ235 p.m.  2 bdrm suite on Grandview &  Chaster. Large LR with FP.  Kitchen Includes appliances  with laundry rm. attached: W-  W throughout. Share carport  with lower suite. Only $325  p.m, Light ��t heat Included.  2 bdrm suite on Marine Dr.,  Gibsons. W-W throughout,  small sundeck, Stove & fridge  included. $230 p.m. Pay own  light & heat.  CENTURY WEST  REAL ESTATE LTD.  885-327}  '" '"'   406446  FOUR BDRM mobile home,  Sot  up   In  West  Sechelt  Trailer Park. Ref, required,,  Ph. 805-2600. tfn  1  BDRM  W-F  fully  furn.  cottago, $225 por mo. Avail.  Immed; 883-9098.        4737-tfn  DUPLEX Davis Bay. 1 blk.  , from school, 2, bdrm, no  appliances. Atail. Immed.  $200.885-9719.������ 4051^tfn  MODERN 2 bdrm home, Auto  heat. Redrooffs area. Gd.  vlow, Immed. poss, 885-9007. ���  494146  1 BDRM furn, apt, central  Gibsons. 886-2597 or 886-7490.  404840  WHY RENT? No down  payment, 107112 x 48, nlco  cond., 2 bdrm, $90.50 per mo.  plus pad fee. 1974 12x08 3  bdrm, $122 por mo. 020-1024. ,  ,      . ,   4930-tfn  3 BDRM HOME, $300 per mo.  Avail, Oct. 1, Cruel! Rd. W-  w. frldgo, stove, vlow. 880-7556  ott.0, %    , 494040  MOBII^-HOME*fmiH  , ticrosuPines TraflqrjuU 885?.  0012 or 005-5238. 499347  MOpER'N 2 bdrm homo on 1  acre In Robts. Creek. 273-  4792 (eves.) 273-7611 (days).  on  Redrooffs Ra% above  Sargeant Bay, just west of  Kenyon CreeJiV Waterfall,  Southern slope', Well timbered. Hydro, water, $33,000.  Owner ��405 West 5th Ave.,  Vancouver V6R1S4.     402548  v =   FOUR bedroom condominium  Chilliwack, B.C. 2  bathrooms, fireplace, full  bsmt. Appliances included.  Carport. Trade equity $23,000  for acreage. Balance oweing  $11,500. Private. Write Box  295, Sardis, B.C. VOX 1Y0.  -Phone-792-7700. 403346-  Cars and Trucks  '76 GMC % ton with camper.  885-9564. " 491046  '76 CHEV % Van.  $4395.886-9316.  Low miles,  406648  FARM FOR Sale. 200 acres  under cultivation, 30 more  acres just cleared. River  frontage. Excellent land for  -growing corn if irrigated.  Good buildings. Phone 993-  4321. 403946  COMMERCIAL concrete  block building, 8850 square  feet (3 levels) on-site parking.  Downtown core. Contact  Nyland Realty Ltd. Box 2008,  Salmon Arm, B.C. VOE 2T0.  404746  SELMA PARK  3   bdrms   upstairs,   full  basement with rec. room &  extra bdrm downstairs. Good  viewrNicely-landscaped ~&~~  fenced. Reduced to $49,900.  885-3855    .  .;, '   . 4074-tfn  PENDER      HARBOUR. <  Charming, peaceful,  secluded large view lot near  lake & sea. Southern t exposure. Paved rd., city,  amenities. $10,000 terms. 8  pet. int, Ph. Mrs. Walker, 885-  2998 or 760-5659. 4071-50  BEAUTIFUL view, over  Georgia Straits. New 3  bdrm home on large lot, quiet  street, Gowor Pt, full  basement, carport, ensuite,  sundeck, many extras.  $53,000,880-9270. '401446  Mobile Homes  '74 FORD F250 4x4 pickup.  Red, no rust. Eng'r360. 4  spd., sun roof, am-fm caseite,  CB, 56,000 mil. Asking $3,800.  886-9781. . 401348  '70 FORD Vz ton, 3 spd., 6 cyl,  $550.885-5749, after 5 p.m.  401846  '75 LOUISVILLE Ford withl6  ft. van. 38,000 orig. highway  (valves" ground  at  Carrying    com-  miles  30,000),  partment on top bf van, plus 2  boxes under van, $8,000. 883-  9230.    ,-..,,;,. 402248  L&M Radiatorsr 1449  Charlotte Rd.,N. Van. 986-  5334, Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery, can be arranged. Call  .now for fast, economical  service. 4024-tfn  "'74 GMC 6 cyl. Vz ton truck.  Stnd., $2,500. Also 1972 Fiat  Spider. New trans, & top, less  motor, $500.883-9411.    403248      .   ,.'...'.   ,   ,y ,,  Motorcycles  _WQRKING_ partner-partners-.  wanted  by  very . active  restaurant operation in rural  N.E. Alberta,-now-seating-97.-  New facility soon available  will include 90*seafcafeteria,  "fully licensed dining room  seating 100 with fiance floor,  complete banquet facilities.  Responsibilities include  complete management of food  operations. Box 480, Vermilion, Alta. 403446  EARN A second income.  Learn Income Tax  preparation with the All-  Canadian Company U&R  Tax Services. No previous  training required. Send for  free brochure today. U&R  Tax Services, 2579 Portage  Ave., Winnipeg, Man. R3J  0P1.       - -403746  PHOTO STUDIO and store in  fast developing central B.C.  community./Established 20  years. For sale or partnership  with younger energetip  person.Write Box 126, c-o 808,  207 West Hastings St., Vancouver B.C. V6B1H7.   404246  /FOR SALE by owner. Good  family operation grocery  store> small cafe, food take- <  out. Stock; . equipment,  building, financial statements  available. Owners retiring.  Phone 692-3324. Cash Mart,  Burns Lake, B.C. VOJ 1E0.  404346  Wanted to Buy  WANT ALDER for firewood.  Pay per cord free removal.  Phone 885-3752. 407046  Livestock *  CERTIFIED Farrier, Hans-  Berger is coining to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751. 994-tfn  DR. MICK KLEIDER will be  available for veterinary  work restricted 4o horses  every Monday beginning Oct.  16. For appointment: Equine  Veterinary Centre, 530-5344 or  886-9739. 4061-tfn  Pets  RARE   IRISH   Wolfhound-  puppies.     Exceptional  quality and temperament.  .Line,, bred:   "BallyKelly"  -  -^Ffcetwind^-���^AmblesideV  Champion stock. To approved  homes only. Phone 246-3800  Brandywine Farm, Crofton,  (Vancouver Island) B.C. VOR  1R0. -    402746  11 DOUBLE_gasJank &'stand, ".WINNING at ''21" - ah ex-  250 gal. each side, $300. 883-  9098.         'u 499947  ALDER CUf, split, delivered,  $45 per cord. Picked up for  $35,885-9272. 495847  R.V. RENTALS  >  Vacation the unhassled way.  Campers fully  equipped  &  heated & insured.  r$70 per. week  We aave added tp our fleet 21'  Winnebago   Motor   Home.  Superbly equipped.  $200 per week  plus 10c a mile  pert's guide shows you how,  $4. also how to win at dice  games, $4 ot-two-for $7.50.  A.J.C. Agencies, Box 932,  Victoria, B.C. ' 406246  ��� ,���_���    :. i  HOT   TUB'  by the   best  manufacturer. California  cooperage,. Local agent Ed'  ' Lands. 885-3818. 407548  885-2600  anytime-  4967-tf  PATIO sliding door 6'8" x 8'  with screen, $75. French  door 73%" x 30y/\ $25. Chain  saw Stihl 045, needs some  repairs, $50.886-7701.   400847  HARDTOP tent trailer, $495  obo; 2 radial snow tires,  155 x 13", used 1 season, $55;  used- Franklin FP, $100;  queen-size Sealey Postur-  pedic, $350 obo. 885-5467. 4964-  tfn  CB Marine Package  Includes CB radio, 7' whip, PA  loud speaker. $134.95 (also  sold separately).'     :  Prentis Enterprises  884-5240  500046  - REGISTERED Afghan pups,  ten" generations of champions, show stocjc papered or  without papers. Write Box  1403, Vanderhoof; B.C. VOJ  3A0. Phone 567-9005 after 6  p.m. ,^304046';  THE .MEN N^O NIT E  Treasurey of Recipes - 224  pages, spiral, wirebound and  plastic tab indexed. Now  available by mail at $6.50 post  .paid. No; COD's. Write: The  Mennoriite Treasury of  Recipes, PO" Box 1209,  Steinbach, Man. R0A 2A0.  404446  JEEEiAETS,JiesL^ndjisecLl  for all jeeps -1941' to 1978.  Huge stock, low prices.  Gemini Sales, 4736 East  Hastings St., Burnaby, B,C.  V502K7. Phone 29"4-2623. 4046-  46 '.��� '���'.    X.  MACLEODS  SECIlELf  Hot Point  Washer Sale  2 models:  $404.57 white *  $434.57 white  $10 extra  ��� with color  Dryers to Match  1 $274.57 white  $294.57 white  Phone 885-2171  405046  23 CU. FT. freezer, 18 mos.  old, as new, $300 obo. 885-  2074. 406948  2 GOLD Sovereigns - 1967 in  -   plastic cases. What offers.  Box 310(H) Sechelt.     4010-36  ELEC. IGNITION auto, oil  heater, like new, heats 4-5  rooms. Floor pad & draft. $190  firm. Used 2 winters. Hospital  bed table, raises & lowers, $25.  885-9049. 401146  ���   ��� ���.1.     -Ill   -II.,       ���   ��� H_ ._-,��� m,.^ ._���!���.  10" DEWALT radial arm saw  with steel stand; 6" Rock-'  well joiner, steel * stand &  motor; wood turning lathe"  with steel stand;- motor��� -&  chisels; 1 hp Craftsman  router. 885-3127. 401448,  KNIGHT    mobile    home,  12' x 48', $7,500. Buyer must  transport  from   Abbotsford.  885-5247. '        402648  For Quick Results  Use TlmesA36rlefsr  Woodburn Stoves  & Fuel Ltd.  Wood stoves by Fisher,  Lake wood.^Sedore Valley,  Comfort and Findlay.  Distributors in Western  Canada of the Kerr Scotsman  and Kerr. Titan wood fired  bJjiterjiDeaJers inquiries, in!  vited. Northern Heatliner ond  Shaw Zero . Clearance.  Wood/oil -furnaces. Insulated  pipe, accessories and fittings  110   Fell   Ave.,  North   Vancouver  987-0811  Lost  SIBERIAN HUSKY. Female.  Tat6#d. 885-2000 (eves).  . 401746  , ?25 REWARD for the recovery  of an Avon Redcrest 9'  rubber inflatable dinghy.  Phone Coho Marih'a. Ph. 883*.  2248 br H. Hartley, 883-2668 on  weekends.     ..'!.,-,    405846   :..   ,y -. _ ,   For Sale  COMBINATION wood & elec.  38" range, 4 elements &  large oven* $80.885-5453. 4049-  ���46 ,\  ADMIRAL, fridge, $100; 10'  fibreglass cartop boat, $100;  ladies stnd. bike, $25; home  camp stove, $25; 19" B-W  portable TV with stand, $25.  883-2701. 405346  1973_250...CC~CZ_dirt-bike.-  :Needs some work, $100. 885-  3952 after 5. 406346  Boats and Engines  26 FT. REINELL sailboat. 3  sails,    trailer,    15    hp  Evinrude. $9,900. 886-9984  4967-tfn  MOBILE HOME space, near  Sandy Beach ou full lot. Mr>  per Hid. 920-1024 aft, fl.   4204-tf  BETTER THAN NEW!  4 yr. old-12 x 60 mobile home  set up ln deluxe cornor pad of  West Secholt Park, Privacy  galore, i\ landscaped  backyard I Many oxtras in-  eluding large covered sundeck, metal shed with concrete floor & oil heater, oxtra  large master bdrm, fridge,  stove, drapes.    <  MUSTBE5EEN!  Asking $12,900 for quick sale..  Coll 885-2074  For Appt. to View  400MV  savings  mobile  NEVER BEFORE  llko thlsl Now  homes. 2 or 3 bdrm. $13,095,  Call collect 390-1111. Wcstlawn  Homes Ltd., 10099 Fraser  Highway, Surrey, B.C, 493047  '74    BENDIX  yWxCOVsotlu!  LEADER.  > In'jpark closo  ...LpUfli��e����f^h(6w-'��*Mrp��l��**&"��  drapes, on wheels. Offers to  $12,000,003-9287. 490240  12x04 3 bdrm mobllo homo  for sale, $7,500.880-9033.  495040  HEADWATER MARINA LTD  Good winter moorago  1.25perfoot-  20 ton marine ways   ;  DRYLANDSTORAGE  Down Narrows Rd.  Madeira Park  883-2408 24 hrs.  4900-tfn  "RUBBER DUCK" 18'  Sabrecraft, 140 hp Merc. OB  ow power trim. Extras Incl.  -Morse docking lites, Bosch  wlpors, CB, sounder,  Walkthru windshield, enclosed top, stainless prop, 3  .spares,uux,.motor��brk. Pricek~  $4,500 obo. A.B. Haddock, 883-  2722 (days) 003-2002 (eves.).  ,     407547  22' ALUMINUM boat. Log  salvage or crew Iwat, \V. yr.  old, 170 hp Volvo IB-OB, 400  hrs, on boat & motor. $12,600  or offors. 886-2201 (ask for  Stove) or 886-9741 aft. 5 p.m   , 499547  1074 - 16'  DOUBLE  Eagle  Runabout. Full canvas top,  70   hp   Johnson   &   0   ph  , EvInruaovTrallcr plus extras.  M5-3710, 402940  2V FIBERFORM 165 Mor-  cruiser hardtop. New leg.  $8,000; mv Startlro ski boat,  331 V-Drlvo, $3,000.883-9411,  :  403148  23 FT. older boat, codar plank  hull? Iftttfo cabin. 4 cyl. Grey  ��MHrtnB7,WB>���rr fa* ranntniT  >*-cond. Hull needs some work.  f 1,200 firm, 883-2620,     403648  FISHER woodburnlng stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  & C Electronics.       - 4855-tfn  LAtHES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  BdUtlqiie, 2445 Marine pr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, lyion-Sat.  IM.     ' 4457-tf  Sewing Machine  Repairs  - Overhaul  -Tunc-ups  - Chemical Wash  - Parts for all makes  All Work Guaranteed  21 Years Experience  Phone Steve   'J  885-2691  4510-tf  DOORS I' B.C.'s Lowest  Prices! Pro-hung Interior  $14.90; nrc-Jhung Exterior $37;  Fancy Doors $49. Hugh stock.  Walker's, Phono 200-7211,1300  S.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver V6P5Z9, 490848  4-BURNER eloctrlc range,  good cond. 885-3397. 4919-tfn  FOR SALE  3 bdrms upstairs, full  basement w/rec rm and extra  bdrm downstairs. Good vlow  In Solma Pk. Nicely landscaped and fenced.  Reduced to $49,900  885-3855  FOR SALE  28 FORD  Chopped & channeled,T),4G0  mllos since restored. Hl-perf  327, posltrac, TIO, Hurst, M/T  chrome headers, removable  hardtop, now tires & paint.  883-9484  ",,: $3,000.o.b.o;  12 FT BOXT & trailer, 1978  , Johnson 20. 00 hrs. on  engine. Full controls. $1,200  firm. 080-2080. 41)1740  DRESS  MAKING  EXPERIENCED  ^*^w��lt^��#11W!!^^^^fri  88659.6  after 5:00 p.m.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Prlnl your ad In Iho iqunrov do luro In loavo n lilanh ipoco ollor oach  '���wardr ��������������� ���   thraa line* Ii M.I 5. Eacl. additional lino ii 60c.  Tod* advantage oi our ipoclal lovlngi.  * Run your ad Mc* ��� th* third tlmo Ii FREE,  * ll you pay lor y -ir nd iho Saturday boloro publication you got n  dlicounl ~- 2Sc lor I Imortlon ��� SOc lor 3,  Mal| ut your ad, or drop It olf i      > >  In l*ch*lt at th* Ponlntulo Tlm*> OMIc*       ��,���..,.���..,.���. .,..,���  In Olluont at th* Atbutut Tr**  The Peninsular Times Classifieds  Box 310 Seclfelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  CLASSIFICATION _  IS  r~  , . JL  *2  1 60��  I 60��  60c  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  t"  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  Nam*  .���pt***��Mi^Bil!fl.w^  ���i^.'ltlW^W^.tfttl af ���*** 1|>   l)?*-*-^    iHjim Ut *   'Hfi.fcJ*   *��� m*tlim   �����-tlfIt'*"'       1ft M^"<��JlH^��W^"fc!-"1*  |",4's!:Ni��il'���wilt-  T��IN��i  I  !   The Peninsula Time^ Classifieds  * ��  (ic*��n*aMi*pW��WL#T(i  ij*SS*^l*��(��WW^��fBie!HiW'^^  m*~-"��~<~*r  ���*,,*��^,^i:w,,,���.,,..,y,m���Qf,M$mmm..^f*.<.W..^  , ��,.i;     r,.\.������::���'.*'���';>,*''������"������"��� ���*<'-������''������    '" "��    "   ���  '  .-  I   . I  $$kk4&^'Mii**')^frt!*ii>!it^^  I '.I  " > New residential patterns
In the late nineteen forties
researchers noted changes
. occuring jn "city neighborhoods. There was an
outward movement from the
Central city, and it was called"
"the flight to puburbs" .. .or
"urban sprawl" which came
into use in thenineteen sixties.
The residents who moved left
behind older homes which
were taken_ over by suc-
Cessively rower-income7
groups and the quality of that
-housing declined. Now an
opposite phenomenon is being
observed ... the return of the
higher-income family to the
central city . -;■. where many
are occupying renovated or
renewed housing that has new
appeal because of comrenient
location for changing
lifestyles. This Reaves the
newer more suburban home's
to the families in a lower income bracket..-. - so both-
groups appear to benefit, as
, those central-city people groiw
accustomed   to   different
—amenitiesr-The—Real~Estate
Board of Greater Vancouver
chronicled this changing city
scene in its commissioned
report,  'Examples   of  Suc
cessful Neighborhood: Infill'',
available, at all public
libraries.
Home humidity
. Proper humidity is often
overlooked as a major culprit
in deterioration of furniture
and personal comfort.-When
thejrir in your homeis too dry
you feel chilly and you tend to
turn up the thermostat to get-
warm, the dry air steals
moisture from -'yburf'furnishings, and houseplants.
Aquarium water will
evaporate more quickly;
Moisture will be absorbed
from wallpaper, causing it to
crack and peel. 1. from
plaster, causing it to crack
and from wood, resulting in
warping. Dry air even absorbs
moisture from your body,
making you feel Chilly — so
you tum up the thermostat
and increase—your-heating-
, bills! The Humidifier Institute
recommends    a.   relative
Jiumidity of at least 30 per
cent. Portable humidifiers
can help restore the moisture
balance to your home, or a
central humidifier could be
installed on your furnace. A
call to a heating firm couid be
the best move ypu can make
towards a more comfortable
home environment, and less
deterioration of your precious
belongings.
MADEIRA 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	
NEAR MADEIRA PARK — 2 BR home,'
fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy
_10l„$37,50D.
GARDEN BAY — J176 sq ft 2 BR view
home, full basement,  sundeck.  Built
75. $56,000.
FRANCIS PENINSULA — 12 x 44
Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft
addition. On 2/3+ acre lot. $28,500.
MADEIRA PARK — 3 BR home, near
new. Now reduced to $33,000.
CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY — 3
BR view home, full basement, built
1975.'Close to marina. $88,000.
GARDEN BAY — 4 BR home on 2
levels. Electric heat. Landscaped. Close
to stores & marinas. $50,000.
Two
' ..      , '        . im
ironies
Toronto Globe & Mail
writer Richard Needham
quotes two American ironies:
One .— cities in the US. are
being devastated by people
living in tne "low-cost"
housing which those cities
have been generous enough tp
provide — and Ty/o—- the
capitalist system is hated by
peeple living on the lavish
- welfare-paymentS-^hlch-only.
capitalist system is productive enough to make possible!
Only in' the, human condition do we find thlsilrony—
where whose who take from a
social system virtually bite
the hands that feed them. The
theory behind social welfare is
to return those who need aid
, to a state of dignity, to allow
those who cannot provide for
themselves the comfprts
cpnsldored necessary te
existence. And tp provide this
assistance, a  working,, tax
.^..Raying—citk«inshlR wjviat
contribute the needed funds.
Most do so willingly,
because social conscience ls
also a part pf the human
condition but the benefactor
' docs not deserve to bo reviled
. bytho pooplo who accept his
holp.
H.B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD.
Cowrie St.
885-2013
Sechelt
W. SECHELT WATERFRONT ' .<
Watch the boats go by from thl» prime waterfront proporty. The
~four-yoar-o|d.2-bdrm.home.ha» everythlngyou want-lncludlng.a,
third bedroom and a third bathroom In the full baiemont. Oil
and electric heat; garage, Exclusive with Lynn Wilson, phone
885-5755 for appointments, MLS '..,'.'.'*
'•■',;;■■'■■  - .  MASONROAD	
Eight point four acres of level land, 2 on either side of year
round creok. A 1550 sq ft two bdrrp rancher, now with a family
'room and now carpots, 18 x 24 Insulatod shop and storage area,
Como and soo the oxtros With John Wilson,  885-9365,  FP
$89,000. .(-»
WESTSECHELT
Easy living In this throe bdrm rancher, c/w studio, Vaulted cedar
celling living area, flroplaco and some unusual doors, Tho 1695
sq ft Is worthy of your Inspection, FP $54,000, Inspect anytime
with John Wilson, 885-9365.
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PHONE ANYTIME ON THE
RED* WHITE SIGNS
■A ■' p
LYNN, 885-8758
JOHN, 8B5-9365
Pender Harbour Realty Ltd,
HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.
ONE ACRE LOTS ~ On Fronds Ponlnsulp, Privacy
.plus yaluo... In thUmait.desirable, area Just.,2, loft so, don't,
delay i, , $15,000 each,
V
Wffo
ATTENTION!
Rotlro on the boautlful
coast of Pondor Horbour. Wo liavo & Molillo
Home Sltot loft.
SlnflloWldos
or Double Wider
Located at Garden Day
100% Bank Torms OPFC
LANCER HOMES
call colUct
Ed Zack, 591-5105
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BOATERS — Older typo, 5 bdrm homo wllh doop moorago
In Ponder Harbour. FP $55,000.
' mtmm-mmmmim»nimi:„m J.^.»...«Mii.,.i^.,MW»n^^^»B^^TM^wwa.M,w.t
EXCELLENT   bu'lldlnfa lot. Front Road, Madeira "Park. Fully
Sflrvlrod, $10,50&
BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT — And o real bargain, It Ii
wllh clorii) booch, Iron moorage, clams & oysters |ust stops
away, Prlco |usl $12,000,
SECKCT COVE AREA • - 10,6 ocros wllh 400' boach,
vvynler A powor ovnljoblo, roqd In. F.Py^l^iQQQ^y ,
WATERFRONT lff\" -- Deep and protected moorago
In  Egmont, Hos f^allof^vlpnd,  soptlcs,  wator  and  pow»r...
$35,000, **
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7 ACRES •— on Highway 101 close to Mqdelro Park.
Partly cloarod and on a westerly »|ope>AsMi>fl $3^,000>
FRANCIS PENINSULA ~ Extra largo (650' doop)
LJ)Mll$IIP0 laLwllh,I^.Jrontagt,on.McKltntocK,Raacl.*-»49,ftOO^
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PHONE 883-2794
JOHN BREEN JOCK HERMON
8^3.9978 883-2745
GARDEN BAY ESTATES ^-3 BR home,
ensuiter' large    carport.   JNo   stairs,
excellent retirement home.  $59,000.
MADEIRA
concrete
$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
additionaF$ 10,000.
PARK   -v-   one   bedroom
block'  cottage,    fireplace.
"LILLIES (FAQ) LAKE — 3 BR home on
*5£ acres. Fruit trees, garden. View'
over lake, $77,500.
MADEIRA PARJ< — 4 BR home with-1
view on , landscaped lot. Large
workshop & equipment storage area in
back. -Ideal location ior builder/-
contractor. $69,500;
EARLS COVE — furnished   12  x  44'
Skyline   Mobile   Home   on    semi-   >
waterfront lot. $20,000.   :
WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE
LOTS
I
LOTS AND ACREAGE
FRANCIS PENINSULA
LOTS
1.8
ISLAND IN BLIND BAY — lovely 6 3:
acres treed island. $6'6,000..
11,6 ACRE ISLAND — 3 BR furnished
panabode,/ float, Water 8, hydro,
$165,000.
1. 132 ft W/F in Pender Harbour,
acres, deep moorage. $50,000.
2..83 ft,W/F- adjoining above 1.22±
acres. $36,500. .. .   ,  '
3.70' bluff waterfront, view over
Bargain Harbour. Asking $21,500 but
open to offers.
4. 220± ft low fahk sheltered
waterfront. 1.24 treed ocres. $48,000.
5. 100:fcft W/F, driveway in, serviced,
.$28,000. ■ ■        ■    ".
f. MADEIRA  PARK
$8,000-$22,000.
serviced   lots.
2. FRANCIS PENINSULA - serviced lots."
$9,000-$24,000,
'3. GARDEN BAY AREA — view lots.
$12,900-$21,250. *
4. SANDY   HOOK   —   view   lot
Porpoise Drive. $10,500.
5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES —
Sinclair Bay-Road.-ServleedHotvmost
with view, three with lakefront.'Priced
from $10,000 to $37,500.
on
6/MOBILE {HOME LQTS — seven lots,
-serviceid^ith- hydro"~8-L"w3Ter;    on~~
Cochrane   Road,   Francis   Peninsula;
$11,000-$ 12,750.
7. BARGAIN HARBOUR — l.°5 acres,
treed, serviced. $25,000.
8. DAVIS BAY — Treed view l<Jt on.'i
Greer Road. $16,500.
9. SELMA PARK — lot witb beautiful
view, close.to beach. $22,000.
10. FRANCIS  PENINSULA  —   9   nice
building lots at corner of Cochrane and
C,ameran-RoadS7"$1T,000"-$T3r00"0."	
1.1, FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ROAD   _
serviced lot, low price. $8,000,
NARROWS INLET ~- socludod acroage .
trood,' low bank, 5 to 14 acro pdrcols,
Wotor accoss, $24,500 to $39,500.
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BROOKS COVE — 194' waterfront,
access by trail (1000' from parking),
septic in, hydro _ water. $25,000.
ACREAGE
ST. VINCENT BAY - 365± ft waterfront, 6.71 acres, water access,
$29,500.
EARLS COVE — 5.57 acres, 4502- ft'
sholtorod watorfront ad|olnlng forryi
tormlhal, $125,000, ,
WESTMERE B^Y, .-'."1.400* ft
watorfron) on 4;0 trood acros, Nlco
beach and rocky point, Wator accoss
only. $47,500!
NELSON ISLAND — 40 acros, 1500' on
Westmoro Bay, 225± on West Lake, 3
BR homo, 2 cottages, road to lake,
floats. Wator accoss, $160,000;
ACREAGE
1. Silver Sands — 1 J* acres. Gulf
view, 10 x 50' furnished mobile home,
small cabin. $45,000.
2. Sliver Sands — 1.6±-acres. Gulf
view, furnished 12 x 60 mobile home,
Xdjoins above property. $45,000.
'3. Kleindale'— 5± acres on Hwy 101.
$21,000.
4. Near Ruby Lake — 8.39 acres on
Hwy 101, $25,000.
5. Near  Madeira  Park —   15   acres,
2150± ft on Hwy .101. $44,000,
6; Kleindale ■'■—■   23,7   acres,    some
merchantable timber, Lots of trees for
building a log house. $50,00Q	
7. Francis Peninsula — LB^, acres,
corner of pf Warnock and Francis
Peninsula Roads. $17,500.
WATERFRONT HOMES
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LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES
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S^SKI^AW LAKE ~ l300di ft lakofront,   »
.,M±m.Klf.*.^MJurnfoha±pambado,,,,Jy:
. float. $105,000. ■ A < '
RUBY LAKE--5;fc trood acros, Close to
public lako access, $19,800, ,':
SAKINAW LAKE ~ 375dh It cholco
low  bank  lakofront,   6,65  acres,
road aetata, $$4,000.
\
OX. 3250 — botwoon Saklnqw 8, Ruby
,lakos.,,1500±Jt on-Sakinaw Lako, -
crook, Hallowoll Rd ends at proporly,
$113,000. ['
FRANCIS PENINSULA— 2 BR homo, full
basement, 6 appliances, flroplaco, 133'
watorlront, ramp & float, $81,000,
GARDEN BAY ESTATES — 5 BR homo,
full basomont, 199,7 sq It on main floor,
Built 1976, Soparato 700 sq ft
workshop, On 122± cholco watorfront
lot with ramp & float, $ 180,000.
RUBY LAKE — 400± ft Iplkofrohlago,
5± (rood acres, road access, $49,500,
CARTERS LANDING - Sakinaw Lako. ,,
24,0:1: acros, 1350:fc It lakofront, road !'■
access, houso, crook, $135,000,
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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY^
EOMONT — 4 BR homo, partial
basomont, sundock, on 3.3 tacrw,
270-i- ft cholco watorfront, $95,000,
HASSANS STORE — Francis Ponlnsula,      tyADEIRA PARK - vacant Horo bldg,
Gonoral    " "~      ''	
house,
HOSPITAL BAY — 2 BR hoipa on 50±. ft
boach lot. $37,000,
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DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149
coin lor "stock
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FRANCIS PENINSULA - largo  3 BR
490ti'
.    watorfront lot, $95,000,,. ,   ,
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The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978
3
George Townsend, 885-3345 Frank Lewis, 886-9997
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
SUNCOAST'ACRES (s«™y^westsecheit)
A large selection of island view lots with all services available, including
a sewage system. No permit problems. Mason Road area West Sechelt.
WEST SECHELT: Norvan Road.'
New 4 bdrrh home. Excellent
construction with goqdjloor.plan.
Includes dlshyvashpr.. Skylight s|n'
bqthroorrY, flnlshod roc room
| Insulated garage, carport A
.sundeck. Level trood lot. Home l»
1154 sq ft. Financing arranged, FP
$54,900,
!mWte$lr$m	
-SECHELT VILLAGE: Surf Circle, 5
bdrms (2 In bsmt). Homo has 2
flroplacos, hoatllator In basement
bodroom, 2 baths, rec room, large
laundry S workshop, Home has
shake roof, concrete driveway,
carport & largo sundeck,' Landscaping mostly done. Many moro
extras. Closo 'to schools &
shopping, fP $54,900.
ROBERTS CRHK: 3 bedroom home
on 1,67 acres, Spacious open plan,
of 1320 iq ft. Has ensuite off of
mastor bdrm. Home has family
roam * utility, Reduced
drastically In price for Immediate
J,ialo..FP,$4B,00Q.. .- , -*..«,,-
CREEKSIDE PL ACE (west secheit)
MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION
This development If exclusively designed for the enjoyment of mobile home
owners, single and double, featuring sewer system, paved roads, large lots
ideal for gardening and close to a school. All this and ownership at less than
normal pad rental 11
REDROOFF RANCH INC.
Phaio I subdivision Is locatod on Rodrooffs Road
approximately 3 Va mllos wpst of Sochelt Vlllago.
Hydro, tolophono anA'raglonal wator sorvos tho subdivision. Tho lots aro woodod and lovol to gontly sloping. Particulars
of the subdivision aro Includod In tho prospoctus —ask W your freo copy.
PRICE SCHEDULE
Lot 31
Lot 32
Lot 33
Lot 34
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Lot 38
Lot 39
Lot 40
Lot 41
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Lot 43
Lot 44
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911,900
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, / .��j_--  pTr~  iii���t.  v.  -a**  ��������  Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978 The Peninsula Times PageB-5  George townsend 885-3345  Doug Joyce 885-2761  Bob Bull 885-2503  -f-  IN-THE VILLAGE:-3-bedroom- exec home.  ~T650Tq~ft all on one level. Features large  Jyl��h.���D~Vtllh^^-tJX!9_X!tPgJ-J:.0��maJ_dining-.  room, living "room,' den with bathroom  adjoining on a 5' crawlspace. Lot is_.com-  pletely landscaped & ready to enjoy. This is  a medallion home��_with built-in vacuum  cleaning system. Reduced $3,000 for immediate' sale at $53,500.  Frank Lewis   T~"886-9997  Jack Anderson .   885-2053  tan Anderson     885-2385  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219,_Sechelt     _ _  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  ROBERTS- CREEK ACREAGE 2 bdrm  attractive home on almost--2' acres  level Hiway frontage, easy access.  Good large shop with ,HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  cemodelled. Shake roof, rancher  alum siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.  WESTSECHELT: 9.5 acres of good farm land.  -Has-new-4-bdrm-ranch-style home.-2-ponds ���  supplied by spring water, with approx 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All  services on paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt  centre. This .property has many potential  yses.  SECHELT VILLAGE - 3 bdrm modulor  home, 864 sq ft. Near new on clear  garden lot. Walk to shops. Pricex  includes stove and fridge, washer  and dryer, drapes. Must be sold. FP  $33,900.  Offices at:       '  -SUNNYCREST, CENTRE;  ' Gibsons  Phone 886-2234  Toll Free 682-1513  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  Offices at:  DENTAL BLOCK   Gibsons  Phone 886-2277  Toll Free 682-1513  CONVEYANCING   -   REAL   ESTATE   CONSULTING    -APPRAISALS    ���   MORTGAGES - NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  SECHELT VILLAGE - Brand new 2  bdrm custom-built basement home.'  Slmny bright kitchen. Extra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace. FP $56,500.  GIBSONS: Attractive two' bedroom  home with part basement on large  sewered lof~98xr48'." Magnificent  view property. Cozy living room with  brick "fireplace and w/w'. Modern  kitchen with w/w, new cabinets &  view windows in eating area. Smart  vanity bathroom. Auto oil heating.  Excellent buy at FP $36,500.  VIEW.. HOME, DAVIS ' BAY: 3  bedrooms, large living room and a  fantastic landscaping job. Garage in1  part basement. Lot is 60 x 150,  blacktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,900.  BEAUTIFUL DAVI_ BAY: Immaculate  3 bedroom home in this most  desirable area. Features are:  ensuite, acorn fireplace, electric  forced air heating and a most attractive view! FP $55,000.  HIGHWAY 101 SOLNIK: One acre  with "two bedroom house, Gently  Sloping land in grass with creek at  one side. Shed at rear could be used  fbr horse barn. Under proposed  bylaw No. 96.27 it9would allow home  industry. $39,900.  SELMA PARK: Fantastic view! Near,,  new family home on large treedL  'garden property. Large living room,  separate dining room. Rec room is  finished plus extra bedroom ground  level. 12x26' sundeck. Double  carport. Landscaped, rock wqll,  shrubs & shade trees. Excellent  value. FP $57,500. Price is firm.  CLOSE TO BEACH: Redrooffs qrea ���  4 bedroom (one is in basement)  home on large lot close to beach,  boat launching, schools & store.  l/50th interest in waterfront lot.  Carport, sundeck, landscaping done.  FP $45,500.  lSECHEL-T���VILLAGE^���Ideal��� location  close'to boat launch. 1096~sq~ft wi  fireplace,   plus   patio   &   workshop.  Large treed lot. FP $43,500. Terms!  ^AtfC-X't. �����  mm\iX/'^'3i X<~   -vA.-*'. ���pJ*iS  LEVEL BEACHFRONT: Retirement  investment. Close to Sechelt Village.  2 bdrm home, plus guest cottage.  Home in excellent condition, has  heatilator fireplace, kitchen, living  room & dining room facing the beach.  Large cement patio for outdoor  living. Cement breakwater, large  laundry & storage. Workshop &  storage bldg. Property has 81'  frontage, clean pebble beach 650' in  length, 120' at rear." Can be subdivided. $92,500 FP.  ROBERT'S CREEK: Charming one  bedroom cottage on 1.4 acres of  beautifully treed property. Approx 1  acre cleared with born and corral. FP.  $37,000. -    CREEKSIDE HOME: on 6/10 acre with,  parklike setting,   towering  tree-:  &  spacious,   easy   to   maintain   level  -lawns.   One   year   new   expansive  ���"hflme    has ,.fv<Q.> forge   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 8 family  room.   An   added   plus   is   a   440\  workshop with 3 pee plumbing. Close  to the best sandy beach in area. FP  $68 500.  WATERFRONT HOME: Modern  designed, on rare to find flat, level  waterfront. Features channel cedar  interior, 3 bedrooms, lots of windows  with all living areas having a view.  Lot is 75x350' (1/2 ac plus). Many  trees & good privacy. FP $99,500.  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  ��� finished* basement in area of new  -homes^-Features���include���large���kit--  chen & nook, fireplace, basement  flue for stove, finished rec room in  basement, carport, sundeck and a  level eosy to landscape yard. Priced  right at $53,900.  /  WEST SECHELT; 900 sq ft 2 bdrm  home on a lot that Is 62x205''. Needs  some minor repairs and landscaping.  Priced to sell immediately at  $33,900.  WATERFRONT BROWNING ROAD:  One of a kind ��� 75' pebble beach  and a level lot. Quiet area away from  the.highway In a secluded location. 3  bedroom home with fireplace, 2  bathrooms, carport, 'large dining  room & living room. Everything you  need for'retirement living, summer  or permanent name. 1400 sq ft offered at'a reduced-price of $85,900,  WEST SECHELT: 2 bedroom (possible  third In grade level bsmt), well  appointed home on large level  garden lot. A double carport, sauna  and other features too numerous to  mention, Priced for Immediate sale  at $53,900.  h8���BHI  6+ ACRES ON REID ROAD:,Mostly  cleared, some fruit trees 8 yr round  creek. Property mostly fenceel, front  yard Is landscaped & In lawn, House  is very large 2300 sq ft, 2 fireplaces,  several sets of plumbing. Kitchen &  living room have been completely  rornodelled. South slope, iall usable  land, FP $85,000.  HALFMpON'BAY: Family home^n good lot near water. Basement  and many other features, Bring all offers to $44,500, *  WEST SECHELT: 1/2 acre treed y'lbw lot, In a quiet residential sub-  division off Maspf) Rd, This will b$ tho finest residential aroa on tho  cbast, Tho lot has all facilities Including sewer, Lots of tops'oll, FP  $15,500.  ROBERTS CREEK; A fine building lot 72 x 105' closo to boactfaccoss.  Proporly Is sloping to the south. Pavod road^ Asking $15,000,    '   ��� ',  ,������_:���: :  ';': ,i.  REDROOFFS AREA: Wlldwood Rd���125 x 200' lovol lot, vory easy, to  jHJlId on, Betjutlful' evorgrqons,  Prlcod  for  Immodiato salo  at  *$ii,obo!  "  FRANCIS AVENUE; Rodrooffs ��� 2,bedroom cottage on 1.5^ acros of  land with fruit trees and a good*garden, Almost 1/2 cloarod, Cottage Is very coxy with heatilator flroplaco and a carport. FP $47,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE LOT: Alroady cloarod, roady to build, Sloping lot  with posslblo vlow, Closo to shopping, schools, Asking $13,000,  -SKHELTviLL-AGerpobbitfcrawcaw^^  building. Prlcod at $13,000,   ,  SARGEANTS BAY: 1 acre watorfront lof, fully serviced, Beautifully  trood with arbutus and ovorgroons. Panoramic southerly vlow,  Many,oxcollont building sltos, Woll known fishing spot, FR $30,000,  REDROOFFS AREA; Approx ono trood acro, 99' on Rodrooffs Rd,  Clo��o to boach and boat launch, Fully sorvlcod. Full prlco only  ,ilA<50��!...��� .,,.,���.���..,,,...,,a,.���- .-��.. .���.-��.���-.. -,.. ���..,,���-,...*,....���.,-��,.. ���-,.  ���-ACREAGE; West Sechelt'��2t *ac'rar0f"pfididdffi1rfanllyTbvSlVOTIair,"  (s cloarod, fenced, dralnod and In pasture, Remainder Is woodod.  Yoar round crook irdvorsos proporty, No buildings. f;P $55,000.  CLEARED LEVEL LOT; Sochelt Vlllago ��� 62,5 x 120', Ready for  building, Owflbr will trado as part down paymont on homo, Valuo  $11,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE WATERFRONT; 150' of trood gontly sloping easy  to build on watorfront. All sorvlcos Including sowor lator this yoar,  Serious watorfront buyors should soo this bno, FP $30,000,  DAVIS b)\Y VIEW LOT: Easy terms �����'������- 20% down * tho balance; ovor  easy payments on this southern oxposuro vlow lot. Excavation and  cloarlng havo boon .dono, FP $13,900,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME; 060 sq ft 2 bdrm homo with appllancos, All  wall to wall carpot. Cozy 8, Inexpensive to hoat, Concroto drlvoway  and parking slab; fir Road locatlon.f P $43,300, taN*.'"^���     *  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME; A coiy, near noyv:.M2'sq ft 2 bedroom  homo closo to the boach at Chapman Croej|C No stairs, oloctrlc heat,  doublo glazing. Govornmont propald loasojias myoars lo rwjr, FP  $32,000., I  '���m^-'^mmmfil     l  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acros measuring 330x660'. Will, eventually  have a vlow, Close to tho arona. Try your offor |o $35,000,    ,      ��  SOUTHWOOD ROAD? Close fa 1/2 aert. level bi/lldlpg lat, Hydro  and regional wator at road, Chock & comparo, Attractlvoly prlcod al  $9,450,     ,' ' ,  GIBSONS HOME WITH ACREAGE; Largo 3 bdrm, home on 7 acres  with Chaster Crook bordering I ��lda of fenced proporty, Home  noods some repair but has boon partially ronovated, Land Is clearod  & In gross, A nice situation. FP $89,300,  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK; 10 acros of land wllh 3 bdrm near-new  home of 2376 sq ft, anda 4000 sqfiafHmlnMmclpd.fglly. Insulated,  building, liujldlng Is all wired for 220 power ft could have many  uses, Concrete floor, cloar span. FP $09,900,  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEKi Over 5 acros of gontly sloping ,  property with southern exposure, 580x300', Year-round creek flows  jJKs.yJtera  >Y��ATtRfijont *"MQP��NS-tflMDiNorrfldWMTnB t>eachtf<5nf loM,  matt) *��� ��0^ STrtCin^��>jft ��^Tyl9^f|^f^^n^|>i^ApiTQ^:; _)fi*6Kie:" jnATfCMklcl ���-*���!  restored, Lots level with safe moorage In fTonl.Excollenf buy at fK"  $75,000..  ���        p. ..  p ������;.......,,. , ���  SEIjMA PARK VIEW LOT; Extra large 90*179' lot, corner location,  oasy accoss, oxcollor)t vlow of Trail Island. FP $ 15,500,  DAVIS RAY WATERFRONT; 3 b*droom tingle level home on 83 ft of  the bast waterfront we can offer. Large sundeck on the view side,  westerly outlooki Large kitchen family, room combination, Living  room Is 18x21 1/2' and has a full brick wall flroplac*. The property  also supports a workshop, a panabode playhouse and a boat house  on the beach, FP $79,900,  -^........-.._���     *...  APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRESi Treed, gentle southerly slope, 260'  highway frbhtrTge, Samo T|iiWcKanlablo''''*|lmberrHdn(iylJocatroh'i''  close to Joo Rood, FP $31,000.   WILSON CREEK; On Browning Rd, a 73x1 SB' v|ow lol only 300' from  beach, road access, This lot Is partial|y cloarod and fenced, roady to  trulld on, A quiet street close to all facilities,/Ono of a kind at  ^nftoqrrarTi^T  ��� ioOWA? ft, A Voad alj^rrback of the lot could lead tn future sub*  division, Htfrne notfin <$in plan With, heatllatofTrriplacb'r Carport  and storage shed. FP $47,900, ,   '      ��-~-.,..���,  NORTH FLETCHER ROAD:" Three bedroom  home on completely landscaped view  property in Gibsons, Lawn in front and back  of home with small garden. House is very well  kept,with separate suite in basement. Included are fridge, stove, washer and dryer.  .$64,500  [ SHAW ROAD: Gibsons. If you like space here  | is a big one for you, with 1560 square feet on  the , main    floor    plus    full    undeveloped  ("basement for  your  hobby or  recreational  I needs.  Large country  style kitchen. Three  bedroom with master bedroom featuring full  ensuite plumbing and walk-in closet. Huge  I wrap-around   sundeck.    Level    landscaped  I property. Only a short walk to shops and  I schoofs. �� ' , $61,500  |    I CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Roberts Creek.  | Excellenrtwo~bedroom starter or retirement  j home in quiet subdivision only 4 .miles to  j Gibsons. Home is on a nicely landscaped lot  I and only one block to level beach. Someview.  ��� Can be purchased for under $2,000 down and  I with such low payments there Is no reason to  , rent. $39,900.  COACH RD (Off Leek Road): Three year old  three bedroom home situated In a quiet  subdivision in Roberts Creek, only 2 miles  from Gibsons. Large kitchen with an eating  nook. Yard is nicely landscaped, yours to  enjoy from the split- level sundeck. Extras  include a wired and plumbed darkroom and a  7x8'storage shed. .   "'   $44,900  BROWNING ROAD: Wilson Creek. Rustic and  cozy A-frame home tucked away on a  beautifully treed lot. The house is approximately 3/4 finished and an enterprising  couple should have a good time finishing It off  to suit their own-taste. The askinaprice for  this hide-away projert is L     _$34,96CL  FIRCREST PLACE: New large ranch style home  with tongue and groove cedar feature wails  in the livirig room and family room. You can  eliminate heating bills witf) the airtight wood  heater and double glazed windows. Three  bedrooms with room to expand by putting  walls on the carport. $44,900.  GOWER POINT RD: In the heart of Gibsons,  one block from shopping and the Post Office.  Three bedroom, home on concrete block  foundation. Post and beam construction.  Acorn fireplace gives a cozy atmosphere to  the living room, Nice and bright with many  large windows. $33,000;��� _ y..X-    ,.���.-,-.r..  FAIRVIEW ROAD: Lovely full basement home  I on quiet street. Two bedrooms upstairs and  1 one not quite completed downstairs. Wall to  j wall   carpeting   throughout,   Heatilator  fireplace and thermopane windows for  I heating economy; House is situated oh a T/2  l acre lot with some wafer view; $49;500  FIRCREST PL: Three bedroom home in a quiet  rural subdivision surrounded by ALR  properties on all sizes. 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  CRUCIL. RD:  Loads of   living  space   in  the  ' Village. View home with four bedrooms, one  ensuite. Eating space in kitchen as well as  dining room; Two finished fireplaces. Ldts of  I extras. $56,900.  LOOKOUT   AVENUE Near   new   three  bedroom home in good condition on Targe  view- lot in new subdivision7 just past the  Sunshine Coast Arena in Sechelt. Boating  facilities close by. Owner is transferred and  you can have immediate possession.  $52,500  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 incredible land, level with super growing soil.  Lqndscqping_.only requires .tidy-up, one  bedroom, home presently rented for $175 per  month, shows great potential as revenue or  starter home. $27^00,  bedroom  shopping.  HILLCREST   RD:   Excellent   three  family home close to schools and Chopping.  Partial   baserrfent,   separate   utility   room.-  landscaping is in with many large trees in the  back yard. Nice neat home priced to sell.  $42,700.  DAVIS ROAD:' ideal starter or retirement  home. Only two blocks from schools and.  shopping. .This three bedroom home has  everything you need for! comfort" and convenience. The carport could easily be converted to a family room and a separate  carport could be built on many sites within  the extra large landscaped lot. $37,900. .  POPLAR LANE: Three bedrooms; master has  ensuite, Nice bright kitchen. No need for a  second 'car in this convenient location.  $47,500.  NORWEST BAY ROAD: An ideal park-like  setting surrounds this one year old ranch  i style home. There are three bedrooms with-  large living area..Separate dining room and a  kitchen with all kinds of top of the line  cupboards. Two blocks to the elementary  school. Includes carport and two sundecks.  $45,900. >-  YMCA ROAD: Ranch style home with four  bedrooms and family room. Through hall,  dining space, large kitchen and living room  with fireplace. Nicely landscaped lot with  child's playhouse. $49,500.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lots 40  x 150 each. One lot has a cottage which could ���  be rented. These lots are mostly cleared and  ready for building. A spectacular view of the  entire Bay "area and Keats Island. $27,500.  FRONTAGE RD: Langdale. Something special I  Spacious, deluxe family home in quiet area  on a fabulous view lot with attractive landscaping and rock walls. For extra comfort and  convenience there are therrrio windows  throughout, efficient hot water heating, air  conditioning, intercom, Jenn-alr range, built-  in oven and . djshwasher, expensive light  fixtures, 200 amp service and many more fine  features. Located close to school and within  I easy walking distance to ferry terminal.. All  j this for the price of $84,900.   ������>  MARTIN ROADuYou couldn't-wish for a better  centred location in Gibsons being within easy  walking distance to shops, schools and  harbor. 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 beautiful  view. $47,500.  YM��A .LQAD^ExceJJen^  US  two bedrooms, two fireplaces'and finished  basement. $54,900.  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Well kept two  bedroom family home with full basement.  Basement has rec room workshop and  laundry room. New shgka__roof.���,H6me_  thermopane windows,. hot water  and low taxes. Grounds are.  landscaped.   Large  sundeck   to  :features-  heating  beautifully  NORTH   ROAD:   Immaculate   157$  Neonex    e"i��V a lo^'y watefview of Keats Island and  ^bb'ile^ome^ho^iHandscaped^a^ra*^^0?^3^800  pad in Comeau Trailer-Court. $12,900.  CHEKWELP: Prime waterfront on Chekwelp  Indian Reserve. Three bedrooms, stone  fireplace. A truly beautiful spot. $36,750.  *"  ~���____���:������������ r-f   ���  FAIRVIEW: 1974.Neonex Mobije Home set up  with deck and lots of extras on large landscaped lot. $27,900.,  CRUCIL ROAD: Bright and spacious three  bedroom family view home in excellent,  condition located within easy walking  distance to schools.and shops. Large kitchen  with built-in dishwasher and indirect lighting.  Two fireplaces. Huge recreation room. Lots of  extra space in daylight basement for den or  extra bedroom and workshop. $62,500.  REVENUE  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY: Triplex-located  in Gibsons Village. One two bedroom suite  and two three bedroom suites. Good holding  property for future development. Close tc  schools and shopping mall. $52,500.  WINN ROAD: Fourplex. Positive cash flow  with eleven thousand dollars revenue per  year! Top units contain five bedrooms with  one and a half bathrooms. Lower suites are  large two: bedroom units; Low maintenance  and good return make this an excellent investment .value. Close to all amenities.  Financing available. $89,900.  FAIRVIEW; RD: Revenue. Duplex on a 1/2 acre  Je^apijwan^faa^wdJnvestment-pcopertyv  There are 1232 Square feet in Both of these-  side by side suites. Features are post and  beam construction with feature wall fireplace  and sundecks. There Is appeal to separate  rental markets with a two and a .three  bedroom suite. , Assumption of present  mortgage makes purchase very easy and a  yearly income of over .$7,000 makes this  property hard to beat. $75,000.  LOTS  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 between  $10,900 and $13,900 depending on v|ew-and size,  SCHOOL ROAD; Three view lots 73 x 110. On  sewen Three blocks from schools and  shopping centre, Cleared for building,  $16,000 each.  SECHELT INLET ESTATES: Four building lots an,  Sandy Hook Rd. Water, hydro and telephone  to each lot. These lots have a spectacular ���  v|ew of Porpoise Bay and are only 4 1/2 miles  from Sechelt. One priced at $8,900 the other  Jhreo at $10,000,  FAIRVIEW ROAD: Nearly 1/4 acre of flat easy j  to build on land. Mobile homes are allawedJl  Large   cedar   troos   provide   privacy   ana i  enhance this,setting, Close to Cedar Grove  School. $11,900. ',]?'���  SKYLINE DR; This 70x59x131x122 foot lot  yvlth expensive vlow of the Boy area and  Gibsons Vlllago Is vary well priced, $11,500  T  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School f^oad. Two lots 40  x 150 oach. Ono lot has a cottage which could  bo rented, These lots are mostly cleared and  read/for building. A spoctacular view of the  entire Bay aroa and Koats Island, $27,500,  GRANDVIEW & PRATT; Building, lot In a fast-  growing area,, Approximate size Is  146x141x74x125. Prosont all offers on the  asking price of $11,500.  DAVIDSON ROAD: 2/5 of an acro with a  fantastic view from Langdale Rldqe. This  property has a small creek on the vefy bqck  of the property. All naw homes In this area.  $14,900,  tbWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only ono block to  booch. Full view of the Inlet. Plped.communlty  water available', $9,900.  LANGDALE RIDGE; Nice wator vlow from tnls  ,bargqln.prlcod lot. $8,950,  I GOWER PT RD at 14th; Nearly 1/2 acre of  I,y|0.w..Ri:pp.erJy,t..APRr,prtlncifl!oly,.ft0^.25Q!.-R2.-  -joned with 2 distinctive building sites. Local  bylaws allow 2 dwellings on this property,  Partially.cloarod, Close to Gibsons and close  to the beach, $16,900, ,    .  MAPLE ROAD: ,97 of an acre on Maple Road  Hdrivo'tlBv/n"PinoTRcmd)rseuthdro'"^  with wator and Island vlow. $)9,000, '  GOWER PT RD: Nearly 1/2 acre of view I  proporty. Approximately. 00 x 250', R2 jfonad I  with 2 distinctive building sites, Local by-laW |  allows 2 dwellings on this property, Partially |  ,<llflftrj.d*��WjJM4tL.Qlb��ons-dnd-close--lo-.the-|  GOWER PT RD at 15th; 1/2 acro watorfront  vlow lot, Building site has boon excavated  and soptlc tank and flold In and approvod,  Steep to beach but has walkablo path In,  Hydro and wator In. $29,500.  POPLAR LANE: Village lot handy to all  amenities, 65 x 135, Very reasonably priced  at $0,900.  COCHRANE ROAD; Good building lot 63 x  130, Close ty shopping and tho ocean. Sower  easement of   10' on  s,o, sldo of  tho  lot,  p��$12;S00,p- -.->-��--����� ,.���a��� ���������-���  ' LAUREL RD: on the high side of the road this  Davis Bay view lot will be all your dream  home ever- Imagined. Priced to sell and  waiting for you to build, f 14,900.  ,.- i...  ,   LAUREL RD; Approxlmatoly 72x297' nlcoly  treed, somo clearing on the lot", will create a  boautlful Davis Bay view, Almost 1/2 acro of  View property It hard to find, $ 17,900r "-*  PRATT ROAD: Noar Codar Grovo School. ThU  lot Is cleared and ready to build on, Mature  fruit trees dot this 76 x 123 lot, $13,500.  CHERYL-ANNE PARK ROAD; Roberts CreaK.  villi '  Lprgo lot with boautlful troes and some vlow  on qulot cul de sac In aroa of line hom����.  Lowly prlcod at $12,500 and the ownor will  consldor term*. See this attractive property  before you decide,  HILLCREST ROADi j  Only $3,000 down I Balance by Agroamerit for Sale will purchase ona of  these beautiful view lots at the end of a quiet cul de sac, All underground  services >o there Is nothing to mar the view, These lots are cleared and  ready'to build on. The ravine In ffont will ensure your privacy. These lots  ��� represent ���xcelltnt value. Priced from $13,900,  ���a  B  e  j  ���  B  B  O'SHEA �� ABBS ROADS; Approximately 2 1/2  acros of prime, view property approved for a  10 lot subdivision hy Iho Village of Olbioni,  Included Is a complete set of engineering  drawings outlining size of lots and services  required. $51,500.  1 ,' k  SCJHOOL ' ROADi   1,36   acres   ad|acent   to  elomontary school, Could be subdivided to  ��� totirorritwsrtrrtd*ntt tfrvRWiai^ooo���"  ACREAGES  LEEK ROAD; Nlcoly treed 2 plus acres ap-  proKlmPloly. 1/10x623. Hydro to .ihs.,lol.Hns  with roglonal wator by spring 1979, Nicely  secluded yet close to easy access beach, Ideal  far your permanent home, recreational home  or simply as a holding property, $21,900,  ,       ,  ��������� p. ������' , '      r  MASKELL ROAD; 1,44 acros of subdividable  property an Maskelj Road and lower Roberts  Creek Rpad. Zoning allows for   1/2 "a^e  average, This Is a quiet rural area only 'sH  imllei ffom Olbibhi, $19,900     ��� '  PINE ROAD^3,l,a<re�� In rural Gibsons. ThU  virtually square lot affords many building  sites far the two allowable dwellings, Low  down payment with balance at currant In-' I  fT*Mir?afiirw*;9O0: ������-��� ���*  LORRIE GIRARD      JON McRAE       ANNE GURNEY      CHRIS KANIWINEN    -ARNE PETTERSEN     MY VISSER     DAVE ROBERTS  886-7760 885-3670    ::V? ,a��lF.ki64;    -   ��� 883-3545ft    . 886^793^---^-IIMIK^.-^^limHO-;.'"- _  t  T��trx.  i  ���������<.  ���^  .jr. 7  -%, X.   mm  ���V  '  *t\m"     U.  \  |(j(t^iasw(k5��i��M"��n^**"'"'''ii��^��*' it  �����   <��� *!��� WAKeUlfrtW-ft*"  'Y  ���*rf. / '������  Effecteof ^  inflation  We live in ah affluent  country ... and that affluence  is evident even with the high  unemployment register. Two-  income families ... generous  unemployment benefits and  excessive settlements in  many union trades _have_made_.  a certain strata of society in  Canada almost immune'from  the effects of inflation. But it  has also reduced some people  to a state of poverty they  never expected. Those old age  pensioners who retired a few  years ago, after many years  of working without the  protections built into society  today, are finding a 1960's.  pension inadequate to meet  the steadily rising costs of  maintaining a home, proper  diet and dignified lifestjte.  People on welfare are reduced  to -near���poverty���because-  benefits do not match prices.  Inflation is the villain...  inflation caused -in many  cases' by the lucky ones who  force prices up with high wage  settlements and price rises.  The Real Estate Board  suggest inflation fighting is  everyone's duty, so that all  Canadians can enjoy a comfortable life.  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978  FRAMING &  CONSTRUCTION LTD.  "SEE OUR  SPEC HOUSES^  .    as  specializing in  CUSTOM HOME BUILDING &  FRAMING  886-2440  ��� ������������ ������'���������.  Hdme L  Warranties  The home buyer making-  the biggest investment of his  life gets special protection for  that investment if he buys a  home enrolled in the Ne\y...  Home Warranty prograriuhe  of B.C. launched last year by  HUD AC. All pre-payments  made by the home-buyer to a  builder; registered under the  programine aj-e protected to a  maximum of $20,000 and the  programme ensures that the  builder will live up to his  obligations for the first year of  ownership. The new homes  built under the programme  are automatically covered by  a warranty for a five year  period against any major  1 structural defects that vitally  - affect the home up to a  maximum~-of $20,000.  For Quick Results  -   Use Times Adbriefs I  SE  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  99  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  HOMES  WATERFRONT ��� Roberts Creek. Large, lovely 3 bdrm 3000 sq ft home. 3 bathrooms, great  large rooms, 190 degree view, faces south on 1.35 acres with guest cottage. Expensive, but  fantastic privacy.  ROBERTSCREEK ��� Central, close to beach, post off ice & store. Nice 3 bdrm bungalow, f/p in  LR. Carport & storage'. Quiet deadend street, electric heat. FP $49,500. Try an offer.  DAVIS BAY���-only one block frpm beach with good view, immaculate 2 level home with 2  sets of plumbing, 2 kitchens, 2 f/ps, hardwood floors, paf|o and lovely garden. Some fur-"  nitore in loweiisuite..Call for appointment.Jo view. Priced at$64,90G.~- -_,^  . LOWER GIBSONS ��� Close to beach, stores and PO. Attractive 3 bdrm home on extra large  lot with good vegetablejarden.Jiopiefs conveniently designed with large living room with  f/p, dining area and well-designed kifchen. Basement is finished with rec room, utility,  workshop and spare room. $62,000. ".._'  BAY ROAD ��� beachfront on Gibsons Harbour. Three bedrooms, living-dining area, large  -kitchen-nook, den, fireplace,- garage. Quiet area. $55;000. _'  COACH ROAD ��� Secluded subdivision in Roberts Creek. Two bedrooms, kifchen-naok, high  ceilinged living room with acorn f/p. Large lot, well-cared for grounds. $45,500. , -.  CENTRALLY LOCATED ��� in Gibsons, excellent landscaped lot. 2 bdrm; home with well-  designed Jytchen,j_/pJ]! nicely^^iinishedJiving room,. l/2basement-with finished room and  utility. Asking $49,500. ,  BUILDING LOTS  LEVEL LOT IN BAY AfeEA ��� has a large workshop with cement floor which could be converted or used as is. Asking $18,000.    ,    ��� , '  ,,.���������-.r......       ..,..,..,'..,,:>���.��� ".i-..-::.-:,. .-.   ���- ���.-������; /  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 mpnfh at 10%..Terrific investment. Located on  lower Cheryl Ann Park towards tjie beach. ,:  SEMI-WFTr-7easy beach access. 1/4 acre with vjevv". $16,500. Buy now��� this is investment  quality property. ���  .��� ���/  THREE LOTS; Rosamund Road. Cleared ready to build oh. ONly $10,500 each.  HALF ACRE on lower Road. Some timber; creek' jpt side, asking $16,500. Can be had with  half cash. Move fast on this one/  NICE SECLUDED LOT ��� on side road in Roberts Creek, close to store, schools etc. Reduced to  $10,000. Trailer site?     A/  LEVEL CLEARED LOT ���yn Gibsons Village, on sewer and-waterr63-xH 82-, obtainable with  small down payment of $3,500. Call K. Bull, 886-2814.  Evenings tall: John Black, 886-7316; Ron McSdvaney, 885-3339;         George  Cooper, 886-9344  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  _    .*. Box 1490, R.R. 1 _l ���_   Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  We're the Neighborhood Professionals.  HOPKINS LANDING  STARTER HOME... $2000  down. Dandy 2 bedroom home  with half basement. Large  kitchen with cupboards. Stove  and fridge included. Asking-  ���$34,000. Chuck Dowman, 885-"  9374.  GIBSONS  SARGENT ROAD ,     $13,900  Magnificent ocean view lot, fully serviced, pn sewer. 65 x 110',  close to all amenities. Builders terms available. Larry Reardon,  .885-9320.  GARDEN DELIGHT $43,000  Spotless home with workshop and carport. Easy walk to beach  and shops. Cement patio and fish pond in private rear yard.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374."  ���         ROBERTS CREEK  UP& DOWN DUPLEX $49,500  Large 3.bedroom With excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101. Vendor will consider  offers. Ed Baker 885-2641.  WILSON CREEK  COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY 101 RIPE FOR DEVELOPMENT  3,66 acres, 408 ft of highway frontage, by 396 ft deep on Airport  ^ Road. Present revenue of $5700 per annum. Owner will consider  * terms. Ken H. Wells, 886-7223.  DAVIS BAY  STALER OR RETIREMENT $35,000-  Terrific 3 bedroom alder home with great kitchen, large living  -room and stone fireplace: Good high part basement and 1 block  to beach..Chuck'Dowman, 885-9374.  ^ANDY HOOK  1/3RD OF AN ACRE $1,500 DN  Water,is on this beautifully treed lot, fronting on two roads...  Excellent view potential. Full price '$13,500. Chuck dowman,  885-9374.  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT $15,500&8,506  At Sandy Hook' we have this 100'+ waterfronHot, cjose to^road  -���andradjoining-with'an'excelleTit view"loflhbt lies next to. B.T.  Larry Reardon, 885-9320. ������'.'���,���"'  TUWANEK  PRIVACYGALORE $15,000  Third of aii acre with storage sheds and great building site.  Already cleared. Chuck Dowman, JB85-9374.  SECHELT  VILLAGE CONTEMPORARY -.  $42,500. Near hew 3 bedroom  . home. with. Vaulted ceilings,  dandy k-iWien fireplace and  '...-, thermo^windows. Lot is. level  ancf- fenced. Easy���walk to%  ~Lops and school. Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  SECHELT VILLAGE $59,500  New deluxe 3 bedroom, full basement home of 1320 sq ft,  completed approx 30 days. Large LR, DR area with FP, kitchen is  a housewives dream with built-in bar-b-que. Full double plbg.  All features must be seen to be appreciated. Chuck Dowman,  885-9374.  WEST SECHELT.  EXCEPTIONAL      VALUE,  $59,900. From the landscaped  grbunds and cathedral entrance to the 1 bdrm suite, this  almost 1500', 3 bdrm, 2  fireplace's, large rec rborri'  beauty truly represents value.  Situated in W. Sechelt, it is our  pleasure to show this home.  -Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  $18,500  1.17 acres. Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will.have a good  view when some trees come down. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  $2,500 PER ACRE  Complete privacy yet only 10 minutes from Sechelt, 25 acres,  mostly level with gentle.slope. Road & hydro to property, Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374. -')'���_         " $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bedroom bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 20 x 20 with fireplace, open beam ceilings, DR,'family'  kitchen. All bdrms large, master ensuite w/w throughout. Large  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq ft. Chuck bowman, 865-  9374. v  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  1/2 ACRE VIEW $15,500  Nicely semi-cleared lot with gentle slope to south.' Nice view  over Sargeant Bay. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  WELCOME WOODS $9,500 & $9,750  Two extra large lots 125x200..Larry-^eardon, 885-9320.  $13,500  Beautiful 1/2 acre lot, loaded with trees on blacktop road, with  water and hydro. Larry Reardon. 885-9320.  HALF-ACRE LOT $15,000  Large treed lot at the comer'of Redrooffs Road and the road to  Sargeant Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. Larry Reardon/  885-9320. . /  1T2.500  Nor West Bay Rd wooded lot, 150 x 70. Zoned R2>Trailers  allowed. Sign an. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  PENDER HARBOUR ARJ  MONEY MAKER  ,/  y $35,000  ��� 2-yr-old 3 bedroom full bsmt home an oncMfcre. Live in while you  do the finishing. Chuck"Dowman, 885-9374.  GARDEN BAY ROAD /^ $22,500  Rock bluff building site on this 3.5 acre wooded property/would  provide terrific view over pasture land. All year stream. Easy  terms available. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  BARGAIN1 HARBOUR LQT^V $22,500  Semi-waterfront property, just across the Narrows Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour. Treed and good for building on, with  just the road between you and.the water. Larry Reardon, 885-  9320.        yX.  MADEIRA/PARK RANCH ' $125,000  22 acre'working ranch, all fenced and cross-fenced. Good large  barn, good pasture and some fruit trees. All year round water  stfpply. And for the lady of the house it has a modern 2 bedroom  ,/nome. Has facilities for horse shows and rodeos. Larry Reardon,  <^~885-93207~~^   "* .' ��  GAMBIER ISLAND  $65,000  It's going to be easy to fall in love with this charming log home  that is completely remodelled inside. Nestled on 8 acres of  beauty that includes lge trees, fruit trees, flowers and garden.  This 2 bdrm home is 5 miri from new Brighton wharf. Larry  Reardon, 885-9320.  -tyyyr=z  X  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235 M tw.  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGINCIESJ.TIK  Sechelt  We Are As Close As Your Phone  Coast to Coast  ���      Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  SPECIAL ANY WEEK  #4012^N^'  3ss.  <.  3 bdrm, 1056 sq ft approx 3 yrs aid on full bsmt  \jflth a flno vlow up Sechelt Inlot frpm this Porpoise  Dr location, Othor plus features Include beoch  accoss directly across tho quiet road, complete  quality furnishings and appllancos In now con-  .dl��k>n'avallab|e,at-l7^^aday*s^lcir^iTtl7Vima8r  offors torms with $10,000 down. Where can yau,  boat that today? And the asking prlco Is lust  $46,900, PETER SMITH, 085-9463 or BERT WALKER,  085-3746. -  MADEIRA PARK #3008  lloat ownors Horo.Is 0/10 acro, almost lovol with vlow  through Pondor Harbour, Just 400' lo water's edge. On pavod  road with hydro, phona and water along road, FP $22,000.  DON HADDEN, 005-9504 eves,  DAVIS BAY HOME #3949  Quiet street, water view, good 3 bedroom homo with part  basement. Lot Is 70 x 149'. Big vlow living room has Hone-  faced flroplaco, Homo healed by automatic all furnaco,  Soparato utility room, Excellent value at $45,900, PETER  SMITH, 005-9463 ovos,  YOUR WEEKEND RETREAT #3881  Here Is a rare opportunity to purchase Ideally located accommodation directly across from thef boach on Mission  Road, Well built, approximately 7 yoar old 1 bedroom Insulated home with flroplaco and 15 yoars remaining of the.  lease Included In the asking price of $21,100. Terms also  available. BERT WALKER, 885-3746 eves,  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE #3992  'Excellent   location,   qulot,   socludod   park-llko   5   acres,  dimensions 510 x 420', Zonod R2J, 510' road frontago on  Margaret Rd, close to good lovol boach with oasy accoss for  ..   fishing or swlnimlnfl. Tako a look, give mo a call andtry vour  ^ffaors^-STn^^^  LEVEL WATERFRONT #4009  Horo Is a lovol, accessible 'Watorfront property of 1,0 acres  wllh 129 foot frontago on tho road. Only about 1 1/2 mllos to  Secholt Vlllago, on east sldo of Socholt Inlot, Asking price  $42,500, cash offers, or vendor will carry a largo balanco at  curront Intorost rates. DON HADDEN, 005-9463, or PETER  SMITH, 005-9463.  BIG LOT ZONED FOR MOBILE HOME 03908  It Is big, B0 x 260', mostly lovol, havo your homo and a big  garden. Close to a good plant nursery, sail must be good,  Hydro, phono & water to lot lino,, Offers to $10,200. PETER  SMITH, ?05-9463 eves'.  WATERFRONT HIDEAWAY #3972  Warm, coxy and roady to movo In. Charming 1 bedroom  cabin jRomplotoly furnlshod and with lis own deep wator  moorage for1 Just $31,000. RUTH MOORE, 005-9213 ovos.  LOOKING FOR A MOBILE HOME? #4006'  This 4 year old1 mobile homo Is in excellent condition. 12 x  60', 2 bedrooms, thorniopano windows, seml-onclosod porch  with flower boxep, Locatod in wost Sochelt Trailer Park. Also  Includod In sale Is gardon shod- with hoater, Ideal for that  oxtra storage spaco, Asking $13,900. Try your offer, JIM  WOOD, 805-2571.  INLET VIEW-SUNSHINE HEIGHTS #3910  Thoro Is a splendid view of Sechelt Inlot from this excellent  building slto in area of all now homos, Sorvlcos along pavod  roadi Closa to arona and marina, Lot us show you this good  ji/aluo-xi-4.1^Sp0��43ON-HADDENr805i-9S04"av����;^ "'  GARDEN HOME #3963  A very lovoly garden, 3/10 acre, lawn, vegetables, fruit  troes, shrubs, much moro, Comfortable 2 bodroom homo,  Eloctrlc hoat, plus fireplace, glass door to patio, Also  workshop, garden shod and carport, All lrj!�� In qlilat aroa  nearGlbnons, and full price $44,900, PETER SMITH, 005-9463  eyes,  ACREAGE #3884  Scenic, natural sotting 2,aci'o parcoU on paved .roads at  Klolndale aro |ust waiting for your Ideas to create that  socludod hldoaway rotroat. Vendor will take 20% down with  balance ovor 20 yoars at 11 1/2%. FP from $16,300. BERT ���  WALKER, 005-3746 ovos. ���       /  SECHELT VILLAGE BUILDING LOT #3817  Low prlco, $11,900, low down payment too, for this quite  unusual lot, 152' on ildo street, 109' an roar lane. Close to  storos, yoj very qulot aroapf Vlllago, PETER SMITH, 003-9463  ovos,  HIGH ON A  .v,   SUNLIT HILL  #4020  N  ���Vmh  turn  'Mi  Warm wood ontiancos the beauty of this lofty  homo, A truo naturo lover's dollght, Includes a  superb Inlot view, This charming 2 bedroom homo  1 can bo yours now for |ust $36,500, RUTH MOORE,  [085-9213.  HOME ON WATERFRONT lOQ'T       ,-���-������������  4 bedrooms, doh, spacious kltchon, living room, jauqo entertaining room, largo sundeck to approclato the rqpgnlflcont  ocean view, Large double garage, Nlcoly landscapod with a  variety of frull trees. Not your everyday box designed house,  but a home with charactor. Located In West Sochelt. Lot size  100 x 300'. Asking $07,000. JIM WOOD. 003-2571 evos.  ROBERTS CREEK ACRES #3994  5.4 acros af south slope land, 1/2 acre lots pormlttod, Much  work dono. low prlco ol $39,900. JACK WARN. 006-2601  ovos,  V,  TWO BEDROOM+ + + , #3926  Stylish now 2 bedroom home Is lull af extras, Thermopane  windows, woll Insulated, excellent storage, fireplace, custom  cabinet! with dlshwashor. Great neighborhood and largo 1/3  acro lol.-- all for $44,500, RUTH MOORE, 003-9213 ovos,  v\.  SPECTACULAR VIEW-THIS LOT *.??*?,,  Rlflhl ur Secholt Inlot, lof Is clearod rind wns silWWisfuliy (wc  tested, (lujldlng alio oxebvatod and.driveway partially In.  This good����l*od lof Ii,offorod for $12,000. OERT WALKER*  003-3746 oves. \ '  "... ;     .      .'    -, '    '   ' p     ���  M\��  LARGE,LOT  \  v  v m  #3764  l'fl2 x 300' glvos yofl ,9 acro wllh clollghlful brook running  through. Services on road. Located between Ice arena arid  SoCholf Cohfro. Loti"fM* ilie aro "hard to find and the price Is  right at $13,300. DON HADDEN, 005-9504 ovos,  VIEW LOT-DAVIS BAY #3848  ' A big one ������71 x 193', level tpQj and great view of Ooorpln  Gulf, Local services, new homo aroa, FP $|4,500, Owner  looks at offers. PETER SMITH, 805-9463 eves,  ' ���/,      ���"'    '���     ' '  \  r*"���""'"  ^ Rath Wodre *  885-9213  !��*���". 'xyxy ;(3^,:a. k^^'XUv i  Doif tocK  '"���"  ' .T'..-r��.J...- ni;::  1 /!�����,;, iff.  885-9463  Don Hadden  885^04  Jim Wood  ^85*2571  Bel Walker  8SS-37W  ���1 ">  At-  Jack Warn  886-2681  Bob Kent  ��35-9461  I t)����^|WB��*WWWpWt"  .... John R. Good win  8&ii-2^att  ,��..,������.���  * iMh>^��  *i��*^ ipum* f11*  CCifJiM ��#*S^*HMr-!^SlMJ*!^  *      L  I        �����-+*   ��*��>  wWlt-Vd  <w "��-<wi*fiY*w"'1*M*���*''v ��  (��.i-��f** ft(rif*',-wii^��(fflMtscHSas*a(l  .-1 ��. ���1���-.  '���'ll- '���   _Xj'  A-r  Sa���tt~-  ��� /  \ -  \  \ i.  -N-  F     -    "-   ���*     ��� m  ON  FRIDAY  AFTERNOON  the and Robert Graham, however, seem  students  and  parents  of  Gibsons, thankful   that   every   day   isn't  Elementary School gathered for a Thanksgiving ^- you see the kids  meal in honor of Thanksgiving. Mark made some of the food! All kidding  Landscaping for  energy conservation  Oct. 11,1978        The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  aside, a good time was had by both  young and old, topped off by a speech  by retired Sechelt Indian Band  Manager* Clarence Joe.  If you're' landscaping a  new home, prepare for energy  conservation. Landscaping  with trees', shrubs and fences  can help reduce heat gains  and losses through the shell of  a. hoi^se,. _ can _ reduce, .direct  radiation-from-the- sun-in  summer, so cooling systems  will use less energy. Dense  shrubs planted next to a  foundation block wind and  create an insulating dead air  space next tothe buildingTThe  higher these shrubs grow, the  more insulation they provide.  Trees strategically placed  provide protection from the  wind and modify outside  temperatures by evaporative  cooling. Use deciduous trees  because in summer they  provide shade from sun, and  in winter the bare branches  allow the sun's rays to provide  additional warmth and light.  Air conditioners in ��a fully-  shaded house work only half  as much as air conditioners in  an unshaded house, according  to tests and dense shrubbery  around a house"saved"up*t6"23"  per cent in fuel. So plan and'  plant for energy conservation,  a public service from the Real  Estate  Board of  Greater  Vancouver.  ATTENTION:  Future Home Owners  Having trouble finding a home just right  for you? >  -Consider-this4:    -   -          TEMWPp)UCTS  is now offering a complete home  .planning   ahd building service.  Some Features in your new tiome would Include:  ��� 1200 sq. ft., 2 or 3 bdrm, full basement  -Floor plan of your choice  ���Brick fireplace and chimney  -Thermal Pane windows  ���Ready for occupancy in 2 short months  And many other attractive features. ^  A quality home at an affordable price  Further inquiries Please call  GREG LEMKY at 886-2706  ' t- ���.  Sensible house hunting  House hunting-can be a  satisfying experience if you go  about it sensibly. Since the  purchase of a home is the  largest investment most  families ever make, take the  time to keep a checklist of  properties' you see. Your  salesman would be happy to  give you a Real Estate Board  pamphlet called a Wise  Homebuyers Guide ��� where  you can mark in the condition  and features of each house for  later comparison. The heating  system, structural condition,  plumbing, insulation, and  design features should be  noted. The price and monthly  payments should be recorded  and special features like  schools, recreational facilities  and transportation should be  added. Don't overlook  anything ... don't be afraid to  ask your sales representative  any. pertinent questions.  Careful shopping with the  help of your real estate representative can lead you to a  successful conclusion in  finding the right home.  SERVICE  mr  INTEGRITY  Mitten Realty Ltd.885-3295  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure  SECHELT  Van.-Dtrect-  681-7931  Sechelt VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  MITTEN REALTY LTD. is pleased to announce their association_with>he  Sunshine Coast. DON SUTHERLAND has joined Mitten Realty as vice-president  rand will be carrying on business in Sechelt at the drive-in office located on Highway  101 .next to the Gulf Station  and across from Big 'Mac's_Superette.  Mitten Realty has offices located in |v|orth Vancouver, West Van, Kingsway at Joyce,  Surrey, Langley and Powell River.- &*  Mr. Chuck Mitten president and chairman of Mitten Realty and Mr. George Whyte  General Manager of Mitten Realty are excited with this opportunity to bring their  established-Real Estate experience and reputation together with Don Sutherland and his  staff of Ann Ibbitson, Corry Ross, Suzanne Dunkerton, Terri Hanson and Joanne laird.  Joining forces will provide a top flight team of quality Realtors both on the Sunshine  Coast and on the Lower Mainland.  This is another step forward for the Sunshine Coastrpwi^ir^^erfdors^witinaaxirTiUrrr  -exposure and quality services.  Mitten Realty provides an extensive referral organization, trade plan, training division  and management team to further the strength of their sales teams.  :. t  Energy-wasting  Canadians    enjoy    the  second highest standard of  Uving in the world, next to  their neighbors the Americans  ���   but   in   one   respect,  Canadians top our southern  neighbors. We Canadians love  to switch on ��� we switch on  electric ovens, lights, TV sets,  washers, dryers, air conditioners,   electric   toothbrushes, fry pans, mixers and  blenders.   Canadians   now  spend  over five  hundred  dollars each year using home  appliances and lighting alone  ��� and that estimate is rising.  Unlike our American neighbors, Canadians did not ex-  r^peTience tafttrauipaH^e^gl  crises'felt last winter in the  U.S., and many don't face the  fact that our energy supplies  will not last forever. Today,  electricity is too costly and too  precious to waste needlessly,  so  each   energy   consumer  must become a part of the  solution instead of adding to  the problem. Energy conservation begins in the home  and the Real Estate Board  urges homeowners to strive to  be the LOWEST in Canadian  energy use.  When ifs easy to |  track you down.  P-^wTC" ���  Wxxk  Don Sutherland  Broker  685-9362  s?fe*fcV-    s ���*-  CALL MITTENS FOR DYNAMIC REAL ESTATE  x~,    �����*��  '��r  ���*%*����� i?*��1  -<A%  ���VS.   ���*-  V'..  J  Ann Ibbitson  Sales Associate  886-2542  Corry Ross  Sales Associate  885-9520  A SELECTION OF ADS  :itty,incrt&te<i*w~*&rtivt&i*<'  HOMES  OPEN HOUSE - LANGDALE  Sun. Oct. 15 from 1 to 4 p.m.  Semi-waterfront with beach access.  Spectacular view of Gambier Island  and Howe Sound. Three bedrooms, 2  bathrooms, indirect lighting, two  fireplaces. 'Lots of privacy on this  parklike property situated on the north  side of the ferry slip on Smith Road.  Watch for signs or callTerri Hanson for  ��*jF**4f tr' Ff�� ��  mo��,.dfllai|��.  PRATT ROAD   . -';> $53,000  Spacious two bedroom home situated  on 1 acre, separate dining room, large  kitchen. Features "include wood  panellingV fireplace ��& a 12 x 20'  workshop. Call Terri Hanson for more  details.  WATERFRONT  GIBSONS BLUFF $110,000  Executive 'waterfront home on the  Georgia Bluff in Gibsons. This is a  large 4 bedroom family home* quality  and space are only two of the many  features of this home. Three large  sundecks to enjoy, 100 degree view of  -Howe~SoundT^lslands^^^^jjpit^ljTSx;  separate 1 bdrm gueif= cottage .fully  insulated, located on lower level of  this large double lot. Phone Suzanne  Dunkerton for more details.  Suzanne Dunkerton     '"���'���  Sales Associate .  885-3971   >  WATERFRONT  A selection hard to beat ��� price range  $27,500-$60,Q00. Call Ann Ibbitson to  show you some rocky, same flat, some  treed ��� your choice.  ROBERTS CREEK $85,000  This property is exceptional! Approx'  76 feet of secluded level waterfront'  with a charming two bedroom home in  immaculate condition, plus a pretty  little gu.est cottage in a lovely garden  setting. Call Corry Ross.  i-A  ���- -Terri-Hanson  Sales Associate  885-5046  L&  Joanna Laird  Secretary  George Whyte  General Manager  Mittens  -....-       --INDUSTRISC^-.   SECHELT VILLAGE $147,000  ��� Attention investors! This well located  7 year old concrete block 2400+ sq ft t  building is zoned industrial. Approx  189' frontage, ample parking plus  dependable tenants. For income information etc. please call Don  Sutherland.  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL PARK  Located on the west side of Gibsons  Village serviced with 340/600 3-phase  power, sewer & water, zoned ligW-  industrial/service-commercial. Prices  start at $11,950. A business investment opportunity. Call Don  .Sutherland. '.   living room set against a feature cedar  wall, full ensuite off a large master  bedroom, finished rec room has,  Shroader airtight, workshop & utility  area with.an entrance from the carport. Please call Suzanne Dunkerton  for viewing.  ""*'       "   HOMES  GRANDVIEW RD $66,500  Here's a 3 bedroom home built with  quality 8, care. Heatilator fireplace in  ATTENTION BUILDERS  Thurs, Oct. 1 Ith, 7 p.m.  Ann Ibbitson of Mitten realty would  like to meet-, with you in our Sechelt  Off ice (opposite Big Mac's) to discuss a  new���concept-^of���the���market,���that  defiMely'gives the public what they  are asking for & puts you in :th'e  position to benefit. Make sure you  make it.  INSPECT TIRES OFTEN  :   North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver ��  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver  3343 Kingsway  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  Surrey  10474 137th Street  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy  r   -. Powell River  47'56 Marine Avenue  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA'' REFERRAL SYSTEM  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  ,   JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  Rotor Lather Sorvlco for Disc Brakos  and Drum Brakos ,.  Valve and Seat Grinding  All Makes Serviced    - Datsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 8867919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  ~ ...and Body4>hop Supplies-*���  Socholt  885-5181  SPECIAL DISCOUNT  To Sunshine Coast Residents on Now Datsun  Cars & trucks, Dank financing available, Call  Colloct 9-5 p.m,  ART LEIGH Bus: 273-1661  D-01774A  BLASTING  Tod's Blasting & Contracting Ltd,  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements'* Driveways * Septic Tank*  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call for a 1ree osilmotfc anyllme  983-2734      "Air Track Available"      SB3-2399  IED DONLEY ' PENDER HARBOUR   ; L   COAST BACKHOE a TRUCKING LTD.  * Controlled Blotting  * Soptlc Tank* Installed  FULLY INSURED * FREE ESTIMATES  ., ,     ,...��� 8 83*227.4 ,, ... ,,.,   f ���   Does Your Club or Group  Report Its Actlvltlos|ReQularly,to 'The Times'?  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park ., Phono 883-2 585  i__���   ���    ���" : ' ; -<'���-������  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  (the Plywood People)  ALL PLYWOOD "  Exotic and Cons|ructlon  Panelling ��� DoorS ��� Mouldings  -*�����������*������-���v-(Mitms"'"lnsulo��lorr';**',"^""-,,l"M<������  886*9221  Hwy 101  Gibson*  V8, H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  with Radl Mix plants  In Socholt 8, Pender Harbour  Backhoet��� bumptrucks - Sand 8, Oravel  Porpoise Bay Rd��� Box 172, Sechelt  Ph. 885-5333 or 885-9666  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Buslnoss Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Lottorhoads* Envelopes,  Rafflo Tickets.  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  CM. CONTRACTING  Painting & Insulation  FreoEslmates ,  You Name It ���We'll Dolt  885-9272  .    Box 1583, Sechelt, B.C.  M.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING -EXCAVATION -TRUCKING   '  Comploto Slto Preparation  Murray Warman   '" Halfmoon Bay  l~~* -" 885-564r  PENINSULA TIMES  Phono 885-3231  CONTRACTORS  tfUDS TRUCKING  SAND - GRAVEL - FILL  fast dependable service   .  ',,' PHONE886-2952  Box 276, Olbsons  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck ��� Backhoo ��� Cat'  Water, Sowor, Drainage Installation  Land Cloarlng.  FREE ESTIMATES  'pTsi^sxn{iERWtE^" '*  I  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tol: 886-2938 or 885-9973  ' Commercial Containers Available  FIBERGLASSING  Z  PAINTING  FIBERGLASS  Lamination, Repqlr, Boats  ,  -    Sundecks, etc,  12 yrs, experience  Pacific-0 Fiberglass  evos: 885-2981  -  ELECTRICIANS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Eloctrlcal Contractors  Residential�� Commercial Wiring  ���- ������ Polo Lino" Installations  Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062  Rick Sim  Does Your Club or Oroup  ^^E��[ll'!L^c'lv'''*l?"iV'Sr'XJ9j^flJJn3"llL  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  ���in m ���mi wn wm ii���imii ������ i ��� mm���i n������������, ���im nn i ��� ��� ������i���n tiwii i���i. ,m;mm  CABINETS - CARPETS - LINOLEUMS  -  HOWESOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD*-  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennet, saW,s"mariager  Phono 886-2765  ,        KENDoVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES ��� LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  ...������������.,.,,���<,���.    OIBSONS ��� SECHELT "���'���*-���-  885-3424  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kltchon Cablnots  1      Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom lit Tv/lllght Theatre, Gibsons  '       '      ��� '    " '    HEATING   SECHELT HEATING  & INSTALLATION  Gas, 0(1 ft Eloctrlc furnaces   -  Flreplocos, Sheet Metal  Wayne Brackett Box 726  Ph, 885-2466 Secholt, B.C.  Does Your Club or Group  f*p(M^^44w-AfelWte��''pB*f��fl��rly-'H>-!Tph��'ftrit��f,ptp'p  ANDY'S PAINTING  Professional Interior & Exterior Painting  FreoEstlmate  Commercial & Residential  885-5407  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Gllley Ave, Burnaby  RETAIL STORES  C&S HARDWARE  Sochelt, B.C.  APPLIANCES��� HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  mm  PRINTING SERVICE  Buslnoss Cards, Wodding Invltqtlons,,  ,,p.l.f.tXqrhoad|a.l,Envo|opQs(,J,���J,..,,��� .,,���,  Rafflo Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phono 885-J.231  ,    Phono 885-3!  mmmammmlWmllmmmmaammirt.  im  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS* EQUIPMENT  RENTALS K SALES  Easy-Strip Concroto Formlno Systems  Compressors ��� Rototillers ��� Generators  Pumps ��� Earth Tampers  Sunshine Coast Hwy ft Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park Ph, 883-2585  For Quick Results Use 'Times' Adbriefs  "���������t��i��ltl-lt��fi��r#tffrf��wp'-et��fi*  ROOFING  t   ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS   ___, ������.X?^ LQ.9.S::>t9l? , l  Roofing Supply Centre  886-2489  SHOE REPAIRS  SHOE & LEATHER REPAIR  Field Road  2nd houso behind Homestead Rostaurant   ������".-��������-tORKINO'BOOTS'"' *    '  Open Mon. > Sat., 9 a.m. - 5 p.m,  885-5424  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Suhshlne Coast Highway  Ban 13, Gibsons, B.C,  886-2700  r SALES �� SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, 0:30 am to 5;30pm  Friday evening by appolntmont only  '"���p"r-"~"* *���������*"���  <^~\  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVIU  Cpmplote Troo Service  Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Woik  Prices You Can liusl  , '      Phone J, Rlibey, I ���  I -.  -...JS---'  A,.  " ;  PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct.^11, 1978  mtrmtihmm  y^mLmk^  T>-%       ,V.  VAV\ rSS*- . /       -    *'-'  ������ ������V.W.'Vl-lVtSV  sM  kMnl   mSS Jp^tu.  ^Mmmr^k. m   mmm ^ t  mtm&'  fla*  INTERIOR  FLAT LATEX  $4498  l&r*  GAL  or less  QUART  3.89 or less,  v**����Si|  n��  160 02 $  Valuer.;  INTERIOR  e Interior Undercoat e Primer-  Sealer  ��� Alkyd  Semi-Gloss  ��� Alkyd Eggshell ��� Velvet Alkyd  Flat e Latex Semi-Gloss ��� Latex  Eggshell,  EXTERIOR  ��� Prinier ��� Porch & Floor  ��� House & Trim Gloss ��� Latex  Flat ��� L*atex Gloss e Woodcraft  Stains ������Latex Solid Color-Stain,-  'V        pf      '  PAY NO MORE THAN PRICE  SHOWN BELOW FOR  PRODUCTS ABOVE.  ����.M��)8&L  PAS-NT  . y   y~%mW     - '  I*AINT  KkX  mmtimmmmwmmimm  CgNERALPAtMT  *tfim<I.Uii!��XX$��8ti  GAL  or less  Quart $4.49 or less  Choose from Hundreds  v of Custom Colors  ^Deejt^  '���'���  ^NfeRM.  PA��NT  colors slightly higher priced.  gS*^  t&��2  jBatB^uMsftM-B"'  r NEW  ROLL-  �� ON  & Ground  NMD 7  \#$fc��  ..,,     .������.....,,>.,-.   )...��  in today to see   .  Spantex samples in 3 colors  lo^aterprool ^ *0ld ln 3 colours.  *, ;���,,"< ". V'" ","* T."1; .*;��' f -V- ��"���*"* ~r.' ���?:.' ���  THESE BARGAINS  INSULATION  R-12       $150m  R.20,,.^^240 m  R-28 $309m  ZONOLITE  $318bag  CELUFIBRE  ^'bag  FUEL  Presto Logs  40 Ib. Coal  9/$2  00  bag  OO"     AIRTIGHT  LL     SPACE HEATERS  ARB0RITE CUTTING  2x4 ass't colors   ea  CEDAR FENCING  1x4 RR Cedar  12cft,  1x6x5' RR Cedar  15�� ft.  2x4x5' RR Cedar  19�� ft.  TxSxSnWCedar  199 ft.   2x6x5' RR Cedar 25�� ft.  1x6x8' RR Cedar 15�� ft.  1x8x8' RR Cedar 19* ft.  5x5 RR Cedar R.L.^..;.. 9j5* ft.  WEATHER STjHP  Wood Set $42'  Metal Set *698  *2*  SHELVING  Threshholds.  >���,**�����������* * | ��� ��� ww m ��� ���'���  20% OFF INTERIOR SPINDLES  K3 UNDERLAY  $g78  $J38  1x12 B.N. K3. .49�� ft.  1x12 Prefinished Embossed  79   ft.  1x6 Spruce....................32  ft.  1x8 Spruce...................39  '* *���  \x 10 Spruce................ 49  ft.  1x12 Spruce...   .... OD  ft.  5/87..,  3/4'!..  DIMMER  SWITCH  $999  ��J ea.  RING "  NAILS  50 Ib. box  $2995  ALL  WALLPAPER  20%~  l-STOCK CLEARANCE  OF ALL PANELLING  25% OFF  /*W      Mm.mm   mm^m  HANDY-PANEL  $��29  ��:v.'��';v ��� v.v.v  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD  ~m~    w  7, .  "For all your  ���V  * ,��** ��t ��*** rt-Wrt* (.��  .��:������;. ..y,^.-  ���. fl��^(~��ifr[i.w~W^lw*ft>i,wW!i fr-vmr.  '**,'"TWitr,St:, x'���**���*>   ��<  ��"*f   #rffTT1K(��.lUmj^lHBi**{f   a'^^M^'-Sl^^f^*'^-'**'-'^  ,(/w ���:;-;; i"p����^i��r<f', ,'���'-  4  1 ��  SSMHIVt'JWt^ i������^A#*W����fc*I*��B��*Alti*liir *W^'lWt��n^^(fi*twi*6i��Wi!��'"*' **��*n*w* *  1 VOTJ^V* -^     -Jtlr-J- ^t'-i^a^H^*^^��J^^^^^E^'Wft^#^'JI^!i-^H^rt^"  ...f/*^-...;... ��� .��-t-*��"*^'*'r '���" '  ''v'  1 \  ���.��,' '*�� I  "���"n- ���*"-���!-- ��� ...I  < Pp  ,-U,  XXX.  ey proposes new teams  YOUNG FIGURE SKATERS try out  the ice for the first time. Some may  not be too steady yet, but with a little  help . . . who knows. Registration is  still open, phone 885-2367.  StilHime   to register  for skating  It is still not too late to register for.  figure sakting. From beginners on up  there are ice and lessons available. Please  contact either Diane Emery at 885-2367 or  Nora Robinson at 885-2984 if you are interested or require more information.  "SkMe Canada' to be held October 26 to  29 is really worth considering.. Tickets can  be purchased from the Vancouver Ticket  Centre for the whole session or for individual events. Ticket prices for individual events range Irom $3.00 to $7.00.  Well worth it when you see the list of international skaters attending.  *J(meA>  Section C  Wednesday, Oct. 11,197g  Pages 1-4  Wanderers find  win In Vancouver  On October 1, 1978, Elphinstone".  Wanderers travelled to West Memorial  Park in Vancouver for a clash with league  cellar-dwelling Musqueam Spurs. The  game opened with each team feeling the  other out, resulting in some ragged play.  The Wanderers got untracked atthe 18-  minute mark when Robbie Williams  tucked in a bobbled shot on the goalkeeper.  Nick Bergnach scored a beautiful header  /  /  ���A--  Curlers gear up for new season  Some 29- Senior- Curlers -met ��� at- the  -^ibsons Curling-Glub-to layplansforthe-  1978-1979 season which will start at Gibsons on October 20 and at Sechelt on October 24.  Under the guidance of Bernie Parker  they first nominated a Classification  Committee to.draw up rinks and then,  linaftimously agreed to a payment of $5.00  per member, over and above Ice Fees, to  build a fund for contingency expenses  (entertainment of visiting rinks, etc.)  , The Committee consisted of Bernie  Parker, Bob Foxall, Bill Fraser Dave  Marshall and Walt. Nygren.  Skips are requested to collect these  funds and turn them over to Bob Foxall.  -Newcomers who would like to participate should get in touch with either  Bernie Parker of Gibsons 886-9664 or Bob  Foxall 885-2650.      ���   ..-.  Appended are the rinks as presently  constituted: Skip Jim Budd, Third Oskar'  Johnson, Second E. Booth, Lead Ivan  Corbettt W. Fraser, Cap Carruthers, Stan  Johnson, Eric Inglis; Chas, Humm, Syd  Basey, Fred Graves, Scott McFarland; O,  Gray, Dune Roberts, C. Cooper, Stu.  Mitten; Bill Nasadyk, Davo Marshall, C.  Carter, Bert Slado; Walt Nygren, Bob  McKenzie, Steve Pylot, Graham Craig;  Bernie Parker, Whlto, $. pennjker,. M.  Nygren; Laurie Todd, Vic Crosby, NeU  -McKelvierLIoyd-Yorkston;���s   Skips should get in touch with their  rinks at the first scheduled games if they  are not already acquainted.  SPARES. The following are unable to  curl on a regular basis sS that if you need a  substitute you shotild call one of those  listed: Pat Mulligan, "Andy Michaud, Jim  Lockart, Bob Foxall, Ozzie Hincks, John  Petula, Cliff Southwood.  10 minutes later and Rob Williams scored  a second goal just before the half.  In the,second'half, Wanderers controlled 95 per cent of the play and as a  result tallied goals by Joe Sawyer and  Gary Davies.  The ever-present Williams scored a.  second pair, only to lose both to the,  referee���one a hand baal, the other offside.  Musqueam managed a late goal on a!  -Wanderer defensive lapse to bring the: <  final tally to 5-1 for the Wanderers.  In   other league   games, .--since'^^^  ^opening of the season,  Elphinstone^:  -Wanderers"defeatedXlifrAveinie"Argyles "  3-1 and Belfast United edged Wanderers 3-  2.  GOALKICKS - Rob Williams is the,  hottest Wanderer scorer with five goals in'  three games . . . Duncan Campbell and  Lex Tierney both played excellent games  defensively last week. . . Watch for our  upcoming schedule of home games ��� see  you there.  The Minor Hockey association is  ���proposing ��� * 'rep* 'rteams~in ~the-peewee, ~  _ bantam,���midget and possibly_ juvenile'  leagues this year. These "rep" teams  would consist of any players from the  association,all of anapproximately equal  calibre.  ���. These teams would then participate as  _ a-!iteaml'__aU year.and play_in_the higher ..  division,  and  compete  at their level  ' against teams from the lower mainland on  an exhibition basis, with possibly some  tournaments involved.  The executive <of the Minor Hockey  association feels the level of competition in  the association is, at a stagewheie it needs  an injection of "somethingTiew". . . .this  has been proposed as one alternative,  which hopefully will work, and will offer  better competition for all ages involved.  The house league or average hockey  palyer will.be better off without the so-  - called "stars" who1 will play in a higher  division.  The Minor Hockey association would  like to stress it is not their intention to offer  a rep team better ice time or more ice  time, but to continue their philosophy of  providing an equal opportunity for all  '. players in the association. This goes for ice  timesTpfacfices and games (league andv  exhibition).  Any time 40 boys attend a "try-out"  there are many problems involved. There  will quite likely be mistakes made in the  early selections, but the association will  not necessarily have to keep tbe team the  same all year. Any players not living up to.  the expectations bf the "rep" coach and  the association's philosophy of play will be  removed to a house league team and  T(^lace<iT>y^^l^erwBorhas showri~a~  desire through his play in house league.  Also, changes may occur occasionally  due to injury or just for exhibition or  tournament play (eg. where a peewee rep  team wants two goalies, a goalie from a  peewee house team might be invited along  as' well as another player).  The team will be chosen by three individuals familiar with team selections of  this sort. Previous years' scoringfeats will  "hot be used as a selection criterion, but  rather the enthusiasm and desire as well  as value to a team as a "team player".  A player with a good deal of desire,  enthusiasm and good attitude would  probably be selected over a player with  superior ability, but who comes to practices late, smoking, and who is difficult to  coach.  There will be mistakes, there is no  doubt about tt, but the association hopes   will be_asked_up_either_occasionally-orTfor-  the parents "wiirtrust them in their initial   a  regular^ period depending on their  selections, and that other house players   present play;  The co-operators  DON'TRENEW  UNTIL YOU  CHECK THESE RATES  Y.r  \  WITH BILL FORMAN C.L.U.       885-5022  Providing your home built 1960 or later and $500 deductible:  COVERAGE $50,000-$58 PER YEAR  . .   (Includes $25,000 contents and $100,000 liability)'"  ���Full replacement value contents and full glass coverage available  p     ASK ABOUT OUR ESTATE PLANNING & WILL SERVICE  NOT APPLICABLE TO ROBERTS CREEK $ MADEIRA PARK  CO-OPERATIVE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY   CO-OPERATIVE FIRE &-CASUALTY-COMPANY   FRONTIERSMAN  CANOES  16 foot  reg. *369 ____  now $299  14 foot  reg. 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CROSS COUNTRY RACE
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The first monthly elementary school cross country race was held on
Thursday, Sept. 28 at £echelt Elem.
The winners in each event were; ■ -.
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Colette Craigan • Sechelt,
Vanessa Dixon - S*ch*lt   '
Tanya ReXansoff • Cedar Grove
ATOM BOYS
'   Kenny Sorenson • Sechelt
Dovln Joe ■ Sechelt
Danny Moyers ■ Sechelt
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Jonnlfer-Rhodei • Cedar Grove
Sharyl Douglai • Glbioni
Leah Bennett • Cedar Grove
BANTAM BOYS
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Lonnle Brock • Robert* Creek
Garnet Boyce • Glbioni
TYKE BOYS
David Roger* • Sechelt
Dean Kennett - Cedar Grove
Jaion Pierre • Sechelt
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Sonya Pettenen ■ Glbioni
Susan McKibbin ■ Sechelt
Heidi Bronger* - Robert* Creek
PEEWEE BOYS
David McLeod • Robert* Creek
Quinn Kolly Sechelt
Randy MacLean • Glbioni
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WHAT I LIKE BEST ABOUT AUTUMN
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The next cross country will bo held at Gibsons Elementary School on Oct.
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Tho Fltn_os| and Rqcroatlon Sorvlco Is now conducting after school programs for
studohts"  '       . *  ■      ■ ■  ' i   '' . (     -    ,
All studonts aro Invited to stay after school every Monday to piay "Now World Games" ,
from 3:30 to 4i30 at the Sechelt Elementary Gym, Games of speed, agility, breath
control, bal&nco and rofloxos, puch as circle football and yoga tag offer fun and action*
.,.-for.-chlldren-of-aH-agos.-—■-.•i*>  r— —-*'— ——*-r——- -«-■" ■
Gymnastic activities will bo offorod at Codar Grove Elomontary School on Wodnosdays
and Thursdays from 3 to 4i30. And Donna Koop will bo.offoring soccer for parents and
children aged S to 1 years, (Interested parents aro asked to callher at 085-5226 to
arrange suitable tlmos.) .',        >■ /
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In fall i like Hallowe'en because I got candy at Hallowe'en.
When I fly my kite I fool wind blowing In my face I like It.
Wfien I wake 6p In l|ho morning there's dew and fog all
over. Whon I hoar a flock of Canadian Goose I look In the
sky and seo thorn. I fool happy In autumn.
by Tanya Tymchuk, 8 yft old
I llko the frosh smoll of tho autumn frost. I llko tho smoll whon I carvo a
pumpkin. I like the «moll of emoko and trick or treating. I like the
coloured leavos and frost. I like everything about autumn I Llko flying a
kite or smelling the leavos qnd especially carving tho "pumpkins and
making glngorbroad cookies. I llko autumn-;. It's, fun I I like eatjhg turkey
and playing with my dog. Max I I llko tho dew a lot. I llko autumn a lot. I
llko fishing In autumn. And tho duck marsh whon It froozos. I llko the cold
weather In autumn. And I like visiting1 neighbor's. , i
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News  Confdr  -\ Cont'd.  N Elec.   Coverage  Scenes From  Marriage"  News             f  Love Experts  Odd  Couple v^_  " Gong'Show   The Africans  Cont'd. ���  Love Experts  ' Late-Movie���  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  "Lifeguard"  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sports Page  -Cont'd."  Thursday, October 12  Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  *!��*."  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL ii  CHANNIL 13 *  12:00  Switzer  All My ChUdren  Hollywood Sqs.  News  News  News  Cinematic  Eye  Newfe,  Dr. In House  AU  My  12:30  Search for Tom.  Cont'd.  Days of  Ida Clarkson  As the  Movie:  Music Place  Adam-12  AU In FamUy  ChUdren  1:00  Bob McLean   ,  L Life To Live  Our. Lives  Marcus Welby  World Turns-  "In Search Of  AU About You  Movie:  Crosswits -  Vancouver  1:30  Cont'd.  Confd.  The   Doctors  Cont'd.  Guiding Light  America"  Word Shop  "Doom * Watch"  M.A.S.H.  Cont'd.  2:00  Edge of Night  General  "Another  Can. Schools  Cont'd.  Another  World  Art. Cart  Cont'd.            \  . Dating Game  Cont'd,  2:30  High  Hopes  Take" 30  ' Hospital  World  High Hopes  Take 30  M-A.S.H.  Cont'd.  Teenagers  Cont'd.  Tic Tac Dough  Going Places  3:00  Edge of Night  Movie:  Dinah  Alan Hamel  Over Easy  -Popeye          -  Match Game  News  3:30  Celebrity Cooks  Treehouse  "A Patch  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Julia Child  . Banana SpUts  Jeannie  Cartoons  4:00  Just  William  $6,000,000 Man   -  Of Blue"  _ Bionic   Woman  Everyday  ' Confd.  Price is Right  Sesame Street'  Super Stars  Funorama  Battle Planets  4:30  What's New  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  ' Cont'd.  " Cont'd.  Leave to Beaver  GUligan's Island  Part. Family  5:00  Goodies  News  Carol   Burnett  Sanford &Son  News      ^*V  News  $6,000,000 Man  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy  My 3 Sons .  Petti. Junction  5:30  All in FamUy  ��� Cont'd.  News  Cont'd. -  Cont'd.  Electric Co.  Part. FamUy  I? Love Lucy  HoUywood Sqs.  6:00  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Blue   Marble  Brady Bunch  Andy Griffiths  Carol  Burnett  6:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.-.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Cont'd.  Dick Cavett  My 3 Sons  Gong Show  Bob Newhart  7:00  Mary T. Moore  P. M.,Nothwest  SeatUe  Movie:  Newlywed Game  Stars on Ice  News  Hogan's Heroes  Jeter's WUd  Vancouver  7:30  2's a Crowd   ._  -Expl. N.W.  Match Game  "Guide  To  Joker's WUd  Patsy GaUant  Newsmakers  Bob Newhart  On ihe Buses  Cont'd.  "8:00  All io-Family  Mork & Mindy  Project   UJF.O.  Married  The Waltons  Project   U.F.O.  Nova  Donna Fargo  Newlywed Game  Cont'd.  8:30  ��� Challenge  Happening?  Cont'd.  Woman"  Cont'd.  Cont'd  Cont'd.  Marty Robbins  MervNpriffin  Confd.  9:00  Loto   Canada  Barney Miller  Quincy  Cdnt'i  W.EJ&.  HawaU 3-0  .Hawaii   5-0  J Live it Up  Rush  DoUy  Cont'd.  ' Loose   Change  9:30  Cont'd.  W.E.B.  Soap ���  Family       . - -  Cont'd.  Barnaby   Jones  Cont'd.  Barnaby   Jones  Soap  Family  Cont'd,  2 Ronnies  Pop Country--  Cont'd.  Part 2  10:0ft  News  Britain's  Confd.  10:30  Cont'd  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Visions  Love Experts  Finest Hours  Confd.  11:00  National News  News  ' *  News  News  News  News  Cont'd.  Odd Couple  Love Experts  Sports Page  11:30  Night  Final  Starsky,  Hutch  - Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Late Movie  ' New*  Cont'd.  Gong Show  M.A.SJH.  Cont'd.  mmJ  Friday, October 13  'CHANNEL 2  -" CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL I  CHANNEL 9  CHANNIL 11  CHANNIL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Switzer  All My ChUdren  HoUywood Sqs.  News  News .-   ��� -���    ���  News  Freestyle  News  Dr. In House  AU My ChUdren  Cont'd.  12:30  Search for Tom.  Confd.  Days Qf  Ida Clarkson  As World  Movie:    ��  Art   Starts  Adam-12  All In FamUy  1:00  Bob  McLean  1 Life To Live  Our Lives  Marcus Welby  Turns  ���"To   Steal  Movie:  Movie:  Crosswits  Vancouver  1:30  Cont'd.  Confd.  The_Doctors  Cont'd.  Guiding Light  A King  Destiny  of  "Curse of Cat  M.A.S.H.    .  ContM.  -2:00-  -Edge of Night  Genosat^.  Another  Can.  Schools  Cont'd.  Another. World  a Spy  Confd.  People"  Cont'd.  Dating Game    ,-jearty Game  2:30  High  Hopes_-^fc=irospital  World  ' High Hopes  .Taie 30  M.A.S.H.  Cont'd.  Tic Tac'Dougn'  Going Places  3:00  -Celebrity Cooks  Edge of Night  Movie:  Dinah  Alan Hamel  Over Easy  Popeye  Match  Game  News'  3:3Qu  Treehouse  "Angel Wore  Celebrity Cooks *. Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Speakout  Banana   Splits  Jeannie  Cartoons  4:00'  Just  William  $6,000,000   Man  Red"  Bionic Woman"  Everyday  Confd.               v  Price is Right  Sesame Street  Super Stars  Funorama  Battle Planets  4:30  Kids Only  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.             rr*.  Confd.  Confd.  Leave to Beaver  GUligan's Island  Part. FamUy  5:00  World Series  News  - Pre-game  World  Series,,'-  News  $6,000,000.  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy  My 3 Sons  Petti.   JuncUon  5:30  Confd.  Cont'd.  World Series  Cont'd. -       \t   i  Confd.  Man  Electric Co.  Part.  FamUy  I Love Lucy  HoUywood Sqs.  6:00  Cont'd..  Cont'd,  Confd.  Confd.  .Cont'd.  News  Growing  Years  Brady Bunch  Andy Griffith  Carol Burnett  6:30  Confd.  Gonf d.  Confd. ���  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Confd.  Dick Cavette  . My 3 Sons  Gong Show  Bob Newhart  - 7:00  Cont'd.  P.M.  Northwest  Confd.  Confd.  Newlywed Game  D'nright Disco  News  Hogan's  Heroes  Joker's Wild  Vancouver  7:30  Confd.  News  Muppet Show  Donny & Marie  Confd.  Cont'd.  Joker's  WUd  Circus.  Gardening  Bob Newhart  Dr. on the Go  Cont'd.  8:00  Confd.  Incredible  Wonder  Donny & Marie  Wn. Review  Dating Game  Newlywed Game  Cont'd:  8:30  Mary T. Moore  Confd.  Movie:  Hulk  Woman  Confd.  Wall Street  Step Beyond  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.   -  9:00  The  Goodies  Movie:  "Summer  Charlie's Angels  .Incredible  Rockford   Files  Theatre  Hot   City/Disco  Cont'd.  Loose Change  9:30  Woman   Alcohol  Pacific  "Guide- For  Of '42"  Confd.  Hulk  Confd.  Confd  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Part 3  10:00  Married  W<Sn��_a"  News  Am.  Girls  Flying High  Sward of  Turnabout   '  News  Britain's  Cont'd.  10:30  Report  Confd.  Coht'd.  Cont'd.  Justice  Cinema: B.C.  Love Experts  Finest  Hours  Confd.  11:00  National News  News       j .  News  News  News '  News  Sounds tage  Odd Couple  Love Experts  Sports Page ~"  11:30  Night Final  Baretta  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Late Movie  Confd.  Cont'd.  Gong  Show  Avengers  Cont'd.  Saturday, October 14  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL .9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNIL 13  12:00-  12:30  1:00  1:30  Uorld Series  eonfd.  Confd.  Mr. Chips  FootbaU:   Teams T.B.A.  Scooby's AU  Stars  2:00  ��� 2:30  3:00  ���3:30-  Survival      -    -      Cont'd.  '\viid  Kingdom-.   Weekend .Spec. .  Bonkers     "      ^T.ff.iCT"     - ���  -ivlork���&���Mindy���HT.BvA:''- "j-������  -Pre-game ���  Worid Series  Confd.  _Cont'tL   ��� Confd. - '  Cont'd?   .' .  "-Movler���"-'t~  Pride of  Yankees  Cont'd.  Golden Years  Space Academy  Fat Albert  Ark H ,  30  Minutes  War Years  Flower Show  Show Biz  Carls.   Invit.  Survival SkUls  Cinematic Eye  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  "I'd Rather  Be Rich"  Movie:  Space Academy  Fat Albert   ���  Outlook  Perspective  100 Huntley St.  Sports  Confd.  Cont'd.  > Travel  '  (.News  Confd.  "Count���Garden-  'Movie: ���  "Territory Of  Others"  "Sports  -journal -"  McGowan  Wrestling  "Cofifd.-  Cont'd.  Daniel Foster  OU Painting   "Egypt   "Tarzan  &  Green Goddess"  Confd.  "Cofipa.  700 Club  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  "Wa^ky~Raceir  Cont'd.  Cont'd.,  News  -Wrestllng-  Flim   Flam  World of Sports  Confd.  Confd.  4:00 Reach For Top F Troop "Tickle   Me"         McGowan1 Spectacular  4:30 News NFL Gm of Wk Confd.                    Cap.   Comment Contd.  5:00 Hockey: World of Sports Ad-venture              Hockey: Good Times  5:30 New York ' ���     Confd. News "New  York . News   6:00 at Toronto" Confd. News                       at Toronto Confd.              ~  6:30���_GonfdT News   ��� Animal World       Confd. The  Beginning  7:00 Confd. Lawrence   Welk .WUd Kingdom       Confd. ��� $1.98  Show  7:30 Confd. Confd. Gong Show Confd. Family Feud  Firing Line  Cont'd.  Symphony  Confd.  ���Voyage to  Bottom Sea  Twilight Zone  Cont'd.  Funorama  Our Gang  Monkees  30  Minutes  Cont'd.  Bugs Bunny  Confd.  Inside Track  News  Cont'd.  Carter  Country  Applle Pie   Once Upon  Julia  Child  Nova  .Cont'd.  Star Trek  Cont'd.  Hee Haw  Confd.  Weekend  Cont'd.  Gong Show,  Movie:   "PlPPl  Rutland T.V.  2nd City T.V.  ' Rescue From  GUligan's  Islam!  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  faper   Chase  Confd.  Captain  Cook  Carter   Country  Apple Pie  Love Boat  Confd.  Chips  Cont'd.  Rescue From  Gilligan's  Island  Chips  Confd.  Movie:  "White  Rhoda  Mary T. Moore  The Am.  Girls  Movie:  "Paplllion"  ContM.  Confd.  Reginald  Perrin  Moyle:  "Tittteld    '  Thunderbolt"  Hee Haw Honey  Nashville  Music  Country N.W.  In  The   South  Seas"  Cont'd."  Movie:   "Some  Bob Newhart  1 Day at a Time  Love Boat  Cont'd.  10:00 Special Fantasy  10:30 Cont'd. Cont'd.  11:00. National News News  11:30 Nlsht Final Cont'd.  Island  Sword of  Justice  News   .  Sat. Night  Lightning"  Confd.        ���  News  Late Movie  Dallas  Cont'd.  Movie:  "l'p More  Train .ToRoh'JL:  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  ..ConfiL-  Confd.  Sneak   Preview  2 Ronnies  -SUtnJPff������...'���'.���  Movie:  "Not As A  Stranger"  Cont'd.  Kind  of  Nut"  Confd.  Cont'd;  Late  Movie:  At the Forum  Cont'd.  Sports  Cont'd.  Sunday^ Octbber 15  A 24-year-old former Gibsons man was  fined $500 in provincial court October 4 for  -driving���after being~issued~a__24-hour"  roadside suspension.   James. Peter ..McDonald,��� a- GBe~  stagehand now living in Vancouver, was  caught coasting his pick-up truck into his  driveway on June 11, several hours after  being given the roadside suspension. V -  Judge J.S.P. Johnson rejected a plea by  McDonald's lawyer for a lenient fine,  saying the incident had "overtones of not  only driving while suspended but driving  after consuming alcohol."  Donald Granbery was fined $100 for-  possession of marijuana after police found  several five foot high marijuana plants  growing in a well-kept vegetable garden at  his Gibsons home.  Granbery, a freelancer in the film  business, told the judge the plants were for  his own personal use and that the incident  "y&tt happen again".  Kerry Burke Vaughan, 25, ,was also  fined $100 for possession of marijuana.  < Vaughan was stopped at a Lockyer Rd.  roadblock September 3.. Police found a  coffee tin containing green plant material  in the locked glove box of Va\ighan's  vehicle. Police asked Vaughan what the  box contained; The man answered: "You  guess."    ' '     ��� ���-<-��  Vaughan will have until December 1 to  pay the fine.  Roger Gordon Ginn of Roberts Creek  was fined $500 for: driving while having a  blood alcohol level, over .08..  The 26-year-old electrician was stopped  April 26 in Roberts Creek when police  noticed his car moving erratically down  Highway 101.   ,  Ginh told police-he had not eaten that  day and had been drinking at the legion at  a friend's stag party: Back at the station  he blew .17.  Ginn's licence will be suspended and he  was put on six months probation to take  the impaired drivers course.  Frederick Donald Rupert of Gibsons  was fined $500 after pleading guilty to  impaired driving.  Rupert told the judge that he had been  driving on the night he \vas stopped by  police because another officer had told  him earlier that he was sober enough to .  drive.  "' He said a "tall, blond" officer had told-  him in the Gibsons' Legion parking lot to  drive his two" drunk friends home.  A~&heclr by theprosecUtorrevealed that-  a tall,_blond_officenhad not been-on-duty--  "oifthe night in question.  "I don't have any sympathy," th^judge  told Rupert. "Ydu!re just joining a big  parade. The message is���if you drink don't /  drive."  Rupert's licence was suspended and he  was put on probation for six months to take  the impaired drivers course.  Douglas Campbell was fined $300 in  provincial court October 5 by Judge Ian.  Walker after pleading guilty to impaired  driving.  The 19-year-old tire store worker's car  went out of control June 11 and slid into a  ditch after Campbell drank 10 beer at a  dance: Campbell gave ia breath reading of  .16 at the Sechelt RCMP detachment.  His drivers licence has been suspended  for three months and he has been put on  six months probation to take the impaired  drivers course. -   '  A Sechelt man was fined $750 for having  the care or control* of a vehicle while  having a blood alcohol reading of over .08.  . Vernon Grant Joe was found asleep in  his car March 31 at the Langdale ferry  terminal parking lot.  Joe's car was left in the lot after the  ferry loaded and police said that he said,;  "You got me���man, I passed outin my  car" when they roused-him from the  vehicle.  Speaking on behalf of Joe, Griffin  Layne said Joe fell asleep in the car while  waiting for the ferry after an afternoon of  drinking. The lawyer said although it was"  a "foolish thing" to do, Joe is an honest  and forthright man.  Layne suggested levying a substantial  fine, to be paid in installments, in view of  the fact it is the 21-yearrold logger's  second offence.  Walker agreed and also put Joe on  probation for one year and warned him  that if he committed another similar offence he will ,(no doubt be sent to jail."  A former Sechelt man was fined $300  for driving while suspended. Marvin  Edward John, now of Surrey, was stopped  by police June 7 an hour after having his  licence suspended for a 24-hour period.  The unemployed 23-year-old will have  three months to pay the fine and will have  his licence suspended-for three months^  ���,S&��&  SUNSHINE COAST TV  ..   SALES.A SERVICE  IN THE M OF SECHELT  885-9816    Admiral  Ask about our  "Package" deal?.  SiiD> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  ��  :    CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  i    CHANNEL 7  CHANNELS  ,    CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNBL 12  CHANNBL 13  Jl:00  lj.jo-  1:00  1:30  World Series,  ���"Cont'd. "-:���-������"  Confd.  Confd,   ,   ������  ' Liisalo  Dbl, Decker  Music  To  Soo  Money   MaK.  Co,   Cnniidy  Hymn Sing  Newa  News  . Wook In Pari.  World of Disney  Cont'd,   ���  Nature Things  Mary  Cont'dr  Sldestreet  Cont'd.   ,  Issues . it Ana,   _  OoUoije-Football  Directions  Action  JSlqotlon '78  Stand   ny        ���,,  Mr.  Roberts  _Wolcomo Kottof  Opor,   Petticoat���  Alias Smith  & Jones  News'  Husky  Kootball  ContM.  Ilnrdy  Boys  Cont'd.  riattlestar  finlnctlon  Movlo:  "Mother,  Jurs  ^Football:. :w  Teams T.B.A. ~-  Pro-namo  World Series  Confd.  Cont'd,  Conf d:  Confd.  Football:  UCLA at LA  Meet tho Prew  Nowa  Jack Patera  How Come  World ot  Dlanoy^  Bob flopo Show  Confd.  Confd.        -  Confd.       *  World Series_'_..  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd. .  It Is Written  Movlo;  "Lady Is,  Waiting"!  Co, Canada  Hymn   Sing  Student  Forum  Nows  Cont'd.  Confd.  Beachcombers  Nature   Thinga  Lawrence   "7���"'  Welk  Sldestreet  Cont'd.  Ji-'ootbflU: --. ���  Soahawks  vs.  Green Bay  '.,Coijt*d.  Good .News  liottor  Way  Football:  Saskatchewan  l-o:^ Search  Cont'd.  Wosh. Review  Wall Street   ,   Nows          ''"  Romeo Be Juliet  confd,  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Who Built This?  Wlldnerness  German Soccer  Confd7" "-p"���  Long Soarcih  ' Cont'd.  Ancient Egypt  Movlo:       ��������� p  "Donovan's  Brain"  Moylo: '  "l\>UU��i On Old  MncDonald's  Fnrm" .  Movlo;.  "Moment  To  Tar,7,an  Confd.  Star^Troir  Confd.  Outer Limits  Cont'd,  GospclHour  Cont'd,  Rev, ��� Solbrekken  P.T.L, Club  Sports -  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Confd.  .2:00,  2:30  3-,00  3:30  Football:  L.A, at  Minnesota  Cont'd.  - National  Geographic  In Search of  David Horowitz  Havoc  Struck  Around Here  00 Minutes  Confd.  at Calgary  Confd.   ���  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd,,  Confd.  Confd.  Ruff House  Funorama  Our Gang  Movlo;    "Tarsan  & Slave Girl"  conra; ��� , -  Gun Will Travel  (10  Minutes  Confd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd,"   -,  News   '     v.  Coht'd, ���''���.'''., X.  4:00  4:30  3:00  5:30  ...4:00-  6:30  . 7:00  7:30  Terry Winters  Question   Period  Untamed  World  _ CJapitol Cona,___  ""Newa"'   "'      . ~~  Cont'd.  Hardy Boys  Cont'd.         ���  Money Talks  Horst Koehlelr.  Lively  Country  Lively Speo,'/"  Sport  Probe;  B.C. Llona  Kohoiio From  GllUgnn's  Island  6:00.  1:30  9:00  *;30  Mory  Cont'd.     '  .   All' In FamUy  Alice  Battlestar  Galactlea  Confd.  . Documentary  Cont'd.  Theatre  Confd.  Sponkout  00 M.P.H.  Probe  Contact   ���--  BVcsslngs  Name Tune  Movloi   "Battle  Of ��Snxos"  B Hopo S-.ilutdi  World Sorlos  Cont'd,       X:\-  Cont'd,  idioo  10:30  11:00  11:30  Marketplace  Ombudsman  National Newa  NIKht Final  '"Sc Speed"  Confd.  Nows    i  Cont'd.'  Lifeline  Confd.  Newa        '*   '  Late Movie  Marketplace  ' Ombudsman  Nowa  Cont'd.  Km  Confd,  Newa  Late  Movie  W-5  Confd..  Newa  Cont'd.  Rush  Cont'd.     >���  Sign Off       ,  Kroczu  Bros,  700 Club  Confd.  Confd.  Conl'il,  Cont'd,.  Movlo;   "Groon  Dolphin   Stroot"  Vic Dninono  Cont'd.  Sporta Pago  -Cont'd;  V  Monday, October 16  12)30  liOO  1|30  "iioo"  2|30  3|00  3:30  ���^ioo"  4; 30  S|00  S|30  ~T|66~  6130'  7|00  7|30  ���1T64"  B|30  9|00  ��|30  TOW*  10)30  .11(00  11(10  CHANNEL 2  .Swluur  Sonroh for To,  Bob  McLean  Cont'd.  J��d��o  of  NIKht,  llhlh Hopos   .  Tako 30  CnlnhrH}-;   Cooks  "Tiirtirwillliim"'  Cntoh Up  Goodies  Jj^LlJlUESni1.^   Nowii""   '"-���Confd:"-"**""""-  Mary T, IVJoto   U����oh. For ,'!l9fi_  7"Nown 'fi]��f<)ii��r*~"  N, wuropo  Hupor Hpoolal  Confd,  ^MKPT"'  M.'A.B.H,"  National Newa  Nlifht Final  ^CHANNELJ   Ali Aiy^hUdrin  Cont'd.  One Life  Gonoral  Honpltnl  Kdge of Night  Boomerang  ~��O1d0O)i)()0"Man  Cont'd,  Nowa  Cont'jl.   -cont'dr*"*"-'"   Foothnlli  _ C111 o (I fj o_V81___^  juigNMMdi:  Hollywood  Sqs  Daya of  Our Live*  The Doctora  ^HAMNyi.t-^'XH^  Nows  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welhy  Cont'd,  Donvor  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Conf<L  "Botikera  Hollywood  Newa  S. Holme*  Another  World  Movlo:  j^Undorgrounrt   Man'*'  Cont'd,  Carol  Burnett  Now*          7ffiffiZ:mZ.J7k,  -Cont'd,'    *      *  Seattle  Holljrwoodjfc)*,  "LifiwnWuao* ~"  on tho Prairie  Movlei-  "Human  TobllhijA"  Confd,  Now*  Tonight Show  , Ca. School  T,B,A.  Tako 30   ,  Colobilty   CnokM  Illonlu Woman*  Confd.  Sanford A Son  _Nowb_ __; N)__   "Cont;d^rii(~,.,",,"~  "Cont'd.     * "'  Chopper Hciund  ContU^   "Folfii'riif r  By-Kloctlon  Super Spoo,  Oont'd,  ���Slnrnky A'  Hutoh  New*  Confd.  Newa  A* World  Turna  (luldlng__  "LTghf"  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.   "iOvoryday       ~  Cont'd.  Now*      ...Cont'd.   Mary T, Mooro  Newlywed Game  Jokers Wild   "iii  Cincinnati  People  M.A.S.H.  1 Day ai a Tlmo  Now*  Movlo;   "I'll  Como  Homo  In Spring"  tm OrnnF  Cont'd,  Newa  Late  Movia  Anothor   World  Conf A  Ainu Ilnmol  _0ont'd.  mat," iii "night"'  Confd.  M,000,000     ,  JMnn             _  ~Mm"XZAkkZXkA.  Cont'd,  Grand   Country  Tjio  WnltonH __  "Cont'd. "  Opor,   Petticoat  Vega*  Confd.  Explorer*  Music Placo  Book, Look, Lia,  Menaure Up  7Covor to Cover  Freestyle  Over Ka��  Kit  Lou OranT  Confd.  Newa  Confd.  Survival  "siisame Street  confd,  Mr. Rogara  Klootrlo Go.  rGrowing,',��Y*ari"  Dlok Cavett  Now*  _ Newsworld   "Fail* of RrkIm*"  Confd.  10 Who D*r��xl  Cont'd.  Now*  Adnm-12 ,  Movloi  "Girl NmiuftV"-*  "Tirmilio"  Confd.  Popoyo  _Jlannnn Spllla _____  "Super Sinrii    '"  l<eavn to Beaver  1 Lova Luoy  Purl.  Fnmlly_  irUra'dOViinbii""  My fl Sons  Hogan'*  Horoo*  Dot) Nowhart  ���CHANNHL  12"  House  CHANNEL 13  In  All In Family  Cronawlta  M.A.S.H.  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd,  Dating On mo  Tie Tno Dough  Mntnh Game  * Jeannie  Movloi "OAT  Mnn   Out"  Cont'd,  Conl'il,.  Mnviei  "Ntrnngo  Bodfollowa"  Cont'd. ,  Funornmn  Gllllunns   Inland  My a Bon*  I Love Lucy   '____  kkAMS>.JitiuSSmm,  Gong Show  Joker'*  Wild  2'* Company^  Newlywed Game  Morv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.   Party Gartw  Going Places  Nows  Cnrtoona  TiKtt1i''"I*l'��noK"  Part.  Family  Petti.   Junction  Hollywood Sqs,  '"ic'aroTTIi iirnai t". �����..  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd;   Confii.  Confd.  Movioi  Wave"  "Tldnl  Now*  Lovo Kxportr  Odd Couple  Oong Show  Britain's  Flnont Hour*  Lova ICxpart*  I,nl ii   Movlo  Confd,  ���Sports Page  Coi "���  Cont'd.  Tuesday, October 17  Attend  the Church  your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service ancj 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 Buy  Phone 885-3157, ,886-7882, P.O,   Box  1514                  ' ,i  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  .     Rev, T. Nicholson, Pastor*          TIMES bF SUNDAY MASS  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  8:30 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on the  Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. at The Holy Family Church in  -���Secirc^ '        /                          ,  k  ���'; .;'������   '*-         ' / '.               '             ,./\  12 nrton'*at^K Mary's Church in Gibsons  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 ���1i.rn.r7St. John's, Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.���Gibsons  /  wwwi-Wi'W'ywwi1!  >V��Vi'*'i'i'i!iV,i'i,'i'lf,'i'.i^)'li'.il  X  .^^���rHfl.f, JW^ ��*-��-!.| - .ir* If.!*'<  ,;,tyii-Wi';\'qt  ;wtffl,wr,w,trj:r*t ��<; r��  Ul3<  llOO  lllO  "ii'W  JiOO  lllO  TfftO  4)30  liOO  too  CHANNHL a  wltnor  flnroh -for-Tom!-  Hob  McLfan  Cont'd,  -jffio "oJ-Nfthr~  High  Hope*  CHANNBL 4  AU My Chlldran  Cont'd,  One Life  to Llve^    ___  "(foneral*'"'  Take 40,  ���   Ctilabrlt)*r:;Co��l*a';��lioomaraw|^  HoRpllal  Kdge of  Night  liii't" Wllflam  I'o no 11  Iiok  World Serial  Cont'd,  TSTTSKpar  4110     Con 'd,  7i00    Cont'd.  7i��-__^Confi  Vi*  Af  Man  Nowa  Cont'd, - A  doni'il, *"*  "lont'd,  M,   Northw��\*t  CHANNBL 9  Hollywood flq��,  Day* nf  Our IJves  jrhe l>"0|nr��  "AnotVier*���'"  World  Movlei  "lUivlno"1  Unpiir  .inl'd,  Pro-BAtnp  Con  Con  gs'syaresa  1  %���  ~ine aoomel  Leo ih Me  National New*  Night M   "  World Series  Cio-nf'dlT  Cont'd,   ,.   coht'd,  Taal Connontlon"'  '{5qii'a;  CHANNBL 4  New*  .Ida Clarkaon  MtrcH*,���.  Welh  Can, School*  T.ll.A,  Take 30  Oai��tarity^icooiM"  "niionft"  Woman  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  llou*o  CHANNBL 1  "Wm   Aa, the  World Turna  Cont'��L  M.A.S.H.        ���'  Dinah  -qont'd.-*" ������"���"���  CHANNBl. ���  I  owa ,  .ovio; ���  NlRht Bliivea"-  Cont'd.  WoriT  M    Niifht Final  Sllutoh.  ���Wf  ate Movia  Wdwa  Cont'd,  Tonlylii Show  saw  ��d,  ���"ffdntTdr   Mary T. Moora  Nawlywed Oame  *~Mmt*m���WO*^T  Ho  Hou��h     "n��anof"ffl��ao'''"'���'  _ ^TW^!���T'***,*^*itoB'ContJ<l'f''i-ps*f:��� "���."���S*"���'"^'  "IVBtrt-"'*""1" -��� ���- Movlei- �����"'���'---.A  |l,ll(l Conteit __���    "Oroat,,'flcnuf f  ^���^������...������.. -^ijjjjjp*,}-  ...  ,.. Son     Oont'd,  Now*. , NowaL  Cont'd. Lato Movin  IWnViF y*  Anotfior  Cont'd,  Alan Jtatnel  "i-ricoiir  m��ht  "&.������*"'*"'"  coht'd,  Hoiid. Iluntor*  "Wonrto'r "woman  Si He��lnnln*  CHANNBL 9  liixplorura  Hoomnnitloi  Monauro Up  3o Worth  CHANNBL 11  Spinning ^toirlo*  Amorlcan  ovor Kaiy  " B��*arivB "tftniie t "**'  Conf*.  ,.a..'  Mr. npuar*  Klootrln  Co,  iiiilo "MiirW'a���  Dick Cavett *  Now*   .  Now*        v  Movloi  J.'IUimI Jl)f_   T'lTi-nitlMo"  Cont'd.  HniKir Htnra  I<��ava to Uaavar  I Lovo.,Luoy  JPart. |*int]y r  "Fraily liiihflh  My S Boron  CHANNBL ��  Dr. hi Iloiino  Ail In I'lUDlly  Oroimwlta  M,/ ������"  ,A.H,1I,  )���  Oont'L  Nawa  Cont'd,  "I'rovlow* ���  ^_i Itonnlna _  Slnal  l-"l<iid  Million  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  -i-,  Hoiian'a  llofnai  ��otr������*t���1r5prt-���'w-,������  i^feS       Tlw- -MiiSil'le"- ~-��- ���ConlMi'  Cont'd, i      Cont'd.  "  raw  DntliiK Onmo  'llu Tuo Dough  Match aim�����;,  Jpannl*  y^^X '  "���Wnofnma' "  nlllliian'a laland  My i Son*  I Lava Luoy  oonit'' Show  Joker'a Wild  "���Ol^itMr'IHiajai  una  Nawi  Lova Kaparta  Odd Coupla  OonjK Show  flnait Ifoura  iasw Rxparli  Lata Movia  CHANNBL 11  ,AU My Clilidran  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Confd.  ,  Cont'd?  Confd.  .Nowfl.,,^. ���.._ ���.,������  Carinon* .   ��� \ ���  "ii"atti"o I'lanSra"  Part.  Family  Pottl, .Innotion   -.  J Iollywood _R<ja.^.  "ftarbr hiiVnott"'"  Doh Nowhart  Vancouver  Count,  Cont'd.  "   , ,  -Moylm "����� Will-  Kor Now"   ~?.sm;   Cont'd.  '  Hliorl* Pa��o  Conl'd,   Date Pad  Oct. 11 ~~ Proachool Library & Storytlmo, Wlltpn Cronk Community Hall,  11130 am-1 pm.  .  Oct. 11 -- Dancing, Sr. Cltlxeni Hall, Socholt, 1130 pm.  Oct. 11 ���Shalom l��ra��l,OladTlcllnti'iTob��macl��,7i30prn.    Oct. 12.-. Socholt Aux.'to 5t, Mary'* Hoapital, Mooting, St. HlMa'i Hall, 2-4 tillli  " pm. ,  Oct. 12 ��� AlcohpJIci Anonymoui Mooting, Wllion Crook Community Hall,  0:30 pm, For' Info call 805-3394 or 805-2096. '  Oct. 12 ��� Alatoon Mooting, Unltod Church Hall, Olbioni, 7 pm.     .  "  Qctobor 14 ��� Sumhlno RobokahLodfloBaiaar, St Hilda* Hall, 2-4 pm.  October 14 ��� Olbioni' OAPO Fall Bataar,'Harmony Hall, liSO pm, 75c,  " Homfbaklng, Art* & Crafts.  October 16 ��� Roborti Crook Auxiliary to St Mary'i Hoipltal Monthly  Mooting, St Aldan'i Hall, 11 am. y,  Oct, 16 ��� Carpot Bowling, Sr. Cltlioni Hall, Socholt, 1 -.30 pm,  Oct, 17 ��� Dupllcato Brldgo Tournamont, Oblf Club, 7:30 pm, For Info call  805.2373,  October 17 ��� SC Arti Council Monthly Mooting, Socholt Elom Main Bldg,  Mr, llioo'i Room, 7i30 pm, Evoryono wolcomo.,  October 21 ��� S| Aldan'i ACW Fall Ba.aar a Tea, Roborti Creok Conv  ,   ...munlly,Hall,'2.4 pm, 75cr Rafflo, Door Prlio,   ��   ,_ ��� ...      x    ���%,������!       '   N" ;���    '  EVERY SATURDAY-- Do you havo oxtra troih vegetable*, home baking or  " preiarvoi that you would llko.to ioll? Wo would llko to contribute our  --.--���otrti-pH'-hrworiow^  , ,'j jQjgW.,,5ec^  7 USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATIONS EVENTS  IT'S FREE, CAU 08fl.?M|,'.'.,  ,'.7-i-[';r-i'i'p|'Hir,  Ui,.IJ,M.U,' llil li'i.p.i'  .."runty-  f  XI  ,,......��f^almtt, ii..  V"  ���        !���������  ���l|.,--l#l   *���!.    (fc^kl-'p  l��^'��W1"kW1^'1!>i^^SWS<^'ltW��SW*W^^  mmtf&&��<ww<ti*i&l*^^  i-��msi��^^p��^��^^*^*if#)*ffl  j*-io not ��*teriii*M*��v#��iiwiw ipflfipApp-jwumprh* *w na^ww*"  ���*. ..1  \..1  m*  'rt\ >���:...:,: -V  "TJATy        t*  j ;Cv  ��-, ( ___ _ _     ._-_       _ ���..    New continuing ed courses  By KARIN HOEMBERG  Co-ordinator  . It has often been said that English"  speaking people seldom become truly  familiar with other languages because  they are exposed to them so late in their  childhood that the barriers are hard to  overcome;  - -The-earUefl-children--areL,cdnfronted_-_  with a new language the easier they learn  it, but it is even more important that they  very often keep up their enthusiasm for  learning into their adult years; for every  new language we learn our world expands  and we become familiar with new  cultures, music and literature.  Capilano College is offering a French  Language program for moms and tots;  Dads are welcome too.  Twice a week Estelle Curwen, who was  born and brought up in a French-speaking  environment, will be teaching  pre  schoolers , French in a non-traditional  manner using games, songs and crafts.  The classes will take place in Sechelt,  Monday-and Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.  ���in the portable unit on the parking lot of  Chatelech Junior Secondary School. The  course starts on Oct. 11.  In Gibsons classes will be held on  Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 11  a.m.   in   the"XJontinuing   Emicatioir  Classroom (Resource CentreBuuafete) in  the old elementary school on Highway^  where the blinking light is. This course  'starts on Oct. 10.    ,    ,    '  The fee is $27 a family for 20 sessions.  Please pre-register with the Centre for  Continuing Education, 885-3512,9 a.m. to 4  p.m.  AIRBRAKE  The next air brake course starts on  October 6, Friday, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and  continues the following day, Saturday, 9  Squaringly yours  By Maurice JHemstreet  Hellow dere fellow square dancers,  once again I bring you the news aind views  and the fun to be had in square dancing,  which in turn, you will not really understand unless you join.  Like last night, for instance, all of The  Country Stars square dance club'will tell  you that I made one mistake in calling; I  should have stayed on the farm, but then  on the other hand, maybe I just had one of  those off nights, where nothinggoes right.  ���Maryland "Viv Pallot, ~calleT "and  teachers of The Jericho Belle Buoys of  Vancouver, along with Belle Buoys  president Joe Rogers and his good wife Vi,.  were on hand to help make this another  fantastic evening and we sure like to see  these dancers come thru the door. One day  we will get back to you for a visit.  Viv Pallot is a very talented dancer and  always does a tip for us that really keeps  the floor a moving with action. Oh! By the  way, Viv is also the narrator for The  Heritatge Square? Dance Company. They  will be performning at The Vancouver  Technology School, 2500 block Broadway  on December 3rd. If you haven't seen  these dancers you should make plans to go  as they are just great (starts at 2 p.m.).  Matt  Campbell  received  a  plaque  (carved by Ethel Scrimshaw whose work  is" just fantastic) from Lloyd Scrimshaw,  which proclaims his induction to the 20  pound fisherman's club. I think that it  should be. called The Fisherman's Tall  Story. Club, after all, last week Syd Conroy  caught a fish that was eight inches, and  that was between the eyes. The question,  do we have fun? The answer, your derned  tootin we do.   .    '���f"  The beginners' class at The Elphin-.  stone High School is coming along just  -great-with Harry and.Deanne Robertson  on the floor teaching. Remember, next  Monday night October 16, at 7:30 p.m. is  . the last chance to join the square dance  class this year. We just have to be able to  progress each evening, for more information call 886-9540.  The Country Stars are now squaring  their sets at The Roberts Creek  Elementary School gym on Friday  evenings, all square dancers are welcome  and if you are a caller, bring a record.  Well, I must get agoingalongtothe  pentimesofficeseeyounextweekbyebye.  Sister Dion of Sechelt would like all  your past Christmas and Birthday cards,  as well as broken costume jewelry and  beads. If you have any to give, please drop  them off at Miss Bee's, Sechelt..  a.m. to 4 p.m. This schedule is repeated  .the next two weeks at Elphinstone  Secondary School, auto shop. The course  includes 16 hours theory, eight hours  practise, the manual and the practical  test.  The fee, $70, "must be paid before the  class to Centre for Continuing Education,  Box 6, Sechelt, or directly to the office in  =the Portable^Unit'Oirthe^parking^lotror  Chatelecn Junior Secondary-School, 9 a.m.  ;o 4 p.m. The fee can also be paid to the  school board office in Gibsons.  Please pre-register 8&5-3512, Centre for  Continuing Education, if you want to attend this course. '  POTTERY COURSE  A few spaces'iire^till available in the  day course on Thursdays, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.,  ih Gibsons. This class is for those who.  already have some experience in pottery".  The day class on Tuesdays and the evening  class on Thursdays are booked up and no  more students will be accepted. Please  call the instructor,, Pat Forst, 88��-2543,  WOODWORK ^  The interest for woodwork is on the  increase for men as well as women and a  new class will; be started on October 4,  Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in  Elphinestone woodshop.. _.  Registration 885-3512, Centre for  Continuing Education, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  HOMELITE  hweiotl swings  Xl-l-AO ___  $194;  *****  k"^����.  ^:  ���>*.<  >*...  16" bar  ANOTHER HOMELITE SPECIAL  SUPER XL-MINI AO  ^>lCmdtmn*T*  "v>.  "'io.r^p  u'^i;  r*-iit,  16" bar  y \n     '    ' v  '���>���  Thoso snwo mny ho aold nl n lowor prlco  Your Hnmnllln rinnlor in IIMml In yni"  Ynllow Pnonn undor saws.  Homelite chain saws,  manufactured In Canada,  are available at these super  value break-through prices  at all participating Homelite  dealers. Act rjow, this offor  terminates October 31, 1978.  ���Toxlron Cnnndn tlmilocl floglslwod U',w"  HOMELITE-TERRY  I TEXTRON  ��� f    tf^iy- ^^"^^Wl^i  Homolilo-lmry Umtion ol Irmlron Cnnndn limilwl  & Building Supply . I  ��'.  883-2585  Hwy 101 at fronds Peninsula Road  od     ., -M..  HOUSEBOAT by Beti Dennis and Betsy  Case, Smuggler's Cove Publishing  (Gray's), $13.95.  ^JS^Jkfflggej^yJ^    off your front porclfand mooring your boat - j*^?~^  at the doorstep are realities for those lucky  enough to live on houseboats. The rest of  us dream about living on the sea.  Dennis and Case show the romance of  houseboat life as no other book has. From  the outside, these horned are often a little  tatty, to say the least, but the authors take  us inside for an intimate view which  makes lawn-lovers want tp turn in their  sod for the next swell.  shimmering light of the water, windows  can be found almost anywhere on the  walls. Feast your eyes on the real Tiffanies of a San Francisco houseboat which  Lwall of the'oddsizedTrolourful  beauties!  Houseboats go in for the unique,  the  Being near the water must make  natural beachcombers out of people  because the odds and ends of floating  debris and cast-offs from old ships have  converted what might otherwise look like  junk in a regular house to a romantic  collector's item in a, floating home.  A banister from an old mansion, an old  anchor for a table leg, a dinghy for a desk,  a'metal buoy for a stove and driftwood"  planking for cupboards are quite thejight,. the queer, jaunty ones that defy city or-  thing for a houseboat. Plants love the   dinances and the laws of gravity. At the  rare, the odd and the sublimely ridiculous.  Take for example, the four foot toilet  paper roll from which guests might choose"  their favorite colour. Then there is the  elegant chandelier made from a gate that  had been rim oyer by a truck, now hung  with crystals. And let's not forget the  "deck farm" on which grow vegetables,  flowers, herbs and even chickens, not to  mention the family children in their ever-  , present life jackets.  Houseboating is a way. of life. The  people choose to stay on something that  rocks,, that has the ability for mobility,  that invites casual living and that dobs not  demand conformity.  r This book has riot only sumptuous  photographs^ofrichrrare-houseboatsrbut  beginning we find a history of  houseboatery which transcends borders.  Up and down the coast, from California's ���  Sausafito art colony to Vancouver's  squatters,, runs the legacy of problems and  joys of life" on a barge.  Old ferry boats, anti-aircraft barges  that held balloons, scows and architect-  designed houseboats rest on barrels of air,  piles'of logs, styrofoam blocks and almost  anything that floats. As for exteriors, as  -one happy-houseboater-who-lives-on-one-  - with a brilliantChinese dragon painted on.  its side says, "My imagination just took  off!"   ,  Ful]-/ colour^photographs showing*the  gleamlof handDrubbed woods, the glow of  painted glass ahd the ever present shine pf  1 light playing off the water,, makes this  book an experience 15 a fast disappearing  lifestyle.      '  SAW FILING SERVICE  CARBIDE TIP  HAND SAWS  CIRCULAR SAWS  & ALL SMALL TOOLS  Whorf Rd. corner of *  Porpoise Bay Rd., Sechelt  . (Bernie).  885-5485  xv  MOM'S MARGARINE  3 lb. pkg.  Fresh * Medium  GROUND BEEF  $139  lb.   1  Minute  Maid  Lean * Beef  SHORT RIBS  99��  lb.  ORANGE  JUICE  $109  Frozen  12 oz.  Fresh * Cut Up  FRYING  CHICKEN  lb.  HONEY  No. 1 Creamed, White, Bee-Maid, 2 lbs..  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Libby's, 14 fl. oz   / GREEN BEANS  Delmdnfe, Seasoned, 14^1. oz, .,  .... Zfor59  39c  GREEN BEANS  French Cut, Delmonte, 14fl, ox.    39*  MIXED VEGETABLES             11 Cc  Aylmer. 14 fl.oz VV  K          /^\              /A  GRAPEFRUIT  479  POTATOES  B.C. #1  CARROTS  lSlb.poly ,.,.,  1  1  ���  1  *  1 1  ��  # 1 >  t...  1 1  229  DANISH SQUASH. ib.  TO  (l��WW*'MS��''W<**"'l**MW'W    ���  "mmm^'-iimi  1TBAIL BAY CENTRE. SECHELT  M*M  Pricosi Effoctlvo:  Hi, hoi, Oct. u  005-9023, Bnkory  885-9012, Moot Dopt.  hTT''^ -'.-���-"   ^. !.   �� .      **    1  ,��,,,,-  ,.-'  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  TT  .**.*.*, ^jw���  - a-ft^art^pft��a'��wJf*��w^J��i^  .���MW-WrtM-H-W-W-JM^^ (-aWt-MM-aS-p*-.^^  *lf.^*Vlfti^Wi��: -"'^'"w^"^  jp-MtiSffMW^is-iv-ta^���-'^^ .-W^felHr��(l��Ml^i������i''*��-*��*iK��(i J*ri"A*? i*m i*HifX** >  r  '���A :..\   --.- s-���-���   \.  ."���"*.  ���������&;.   1���,  y~> ! i  i   J  I   *  ! "f  I   I  Page 2 ^j^jfiiitenient to The Peninsnla Times  i  *  *  I   I  i  1   ���>:  I"  i  1  Fromlour new car showroom  tot>ur seijvice centre  wej prpmise to give you the  ] very best service  -     j-     f      " .       :   - f ' -       '  hj| the Sunshine Coast;  it r  We're a "gabby", bunch  at Suncoast, so  free to drop by and phqt  about ail your automotive  needs and questions.  "Bill & SHARON"  (Mr. & Mrs, Bob)  II  I    I    I  !  4  i - T  -    j  f    ��  i  AsJ eochbew Chrysler sold comes with a  wdrrabtyf plus the" "new 36 MOUTH  i3>RR$SIp!NJ WARRANTY we needed a  wcirrd'Jtyjclpk. Morita's it.  .:. XA ���������"'  "HOMER"  Our sales rep is certainly riostranger to the  Sunshine Coast. If it's a car, truck or-RY you  need, call Homer.  1  i  5-  ! .  f I  ��� i  I  *   i  i i  5   i  !   !  "JEANNE & JOANNE"  The two very best service attendants of all:  time. If you're at our ^>as bar and need  anything at all just ask either of these girls.j.  I  jimfr  Our port* rfcanogeris reolly excited about  ouriinefofJChjycD penis and accessories  and is looking forward to assisting you in  any Wayf possible.  i u j r ��� ���   i  "JEFF, BOB, MIKE & CALVIN"  1 don't thirtk there is anyone you'd rather  Jrust your repair work to trpn these.fine  looking guys. What a crew! ___  "KEUY"  Kelly's our.service manager and really  doesn't need<any introduction. Call him for  all your automotive service .needs.  SEE OUR NEW CAR SHOW  AT THE TRAIL BAY CENTRE  I    OCT. 12,13, lJ  y  885-5111  ^Times  Wednesday, Oct 11> 1578 4  f r- - * I ---_������:-- .     . -        :  Suncoast Grand Opening  SERVI CE  X  ���change your oil with 10/30 AAuitigrade oil  ���supply and install bil filter  ���-inspect shocks, hoses & belts  -���free carjwash (inside & out)  ***************  % A *22 Value  *********_*******  I  $Q99  ^_W *��l Oct. 31  X  call Kelly, 885-5111 for appointment  and get a LUBE JOB  for an additional  ��� for most passenger cars ^mAw-  I       "Say Ypu Sim It In The Times"  ^3 Road Ready  ^  Dodge  CHF3SLER!  n i  ^  _____________________.)  CHARGEX  [master charge  VjS^  ���^w_^-   -^^^-^  BERS  MUFFLERS  GOOD 'TIL OCT. 31st  SEE OUR NEW CAR SHOW  AT THE TRAIL BAY CENTRE  OCTJ12,13,14  nop in for a quote"  Chryco  SPECIAL  $1i95  HEAVY DUTY  j   Only    7  SPECIAL  $Q99  STANDARD iy^y  ���-.-&  The Gulf Dealeis' Winter Tune-Up Package includes all parts and  labour- listed :b(jlow;   ;; ...A\ j r .-  ���And it's all; covensd by your Gulf dealer's 90 dqyior(4,000; -  mile) 6;400 kilometresj whichever comesjfirst, warranty. Phone i  or c6rne;in.dnd nfdke: ian;appointment today, wherever you see; |  the Winter Tune-Up s^n.' ���'"���: A-r: ;'  r-f  A: well-tuned ;Xqir^���  economy than a poorly-tuned car. The better your gas economy,  the mpre energy you conserve. So do your part to conserve  Canada's energy. Get a Gulf Dealer's Winter Tune-Up today. '  We chiBck/test  ��� initial'ignition system analysis  ���      cylinder balance  co I output  air gap (rotor to cap)  Q   compression {all cylinders)  ��� check and record  ���T]   air cleaner element  ��� spark plug wires for  Q   cracks /carbon tracking  .������  rpt|>r y  .'���'  Q   distributor cap      ,  Here's what we'll do:  O positive crankcdsq^t  ventilation valve   ;  ��� all belts and hoses  :;  ��� battery  (hydrometer test)  4  0 antifreeze ��� record  ��� freezing point  We supply and install  ��� new resistor spark plugs  ��� new points*  Q.Jiew condenser*  .  "not required"for electronic ignitions  We lubricate/adjust  g |dwell  ��� cheat' riser valve  ��� ] ignition timing      I -  D j carburetor idle mixturfe  O | carburetor idle speed  ��� clean battery posts and  connections    [      j  Final ignition analysis  ��� check ignition system to-  manufacturer's specifications  and adjust if required. u  Page 6 ��� Supplement to The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct 11,197S  IH THE COMPANY THAT BUIIDS AND SERVICES  :- ' YOUR CAR HaFYOO PAY FOR IT   j  -���;-.:-' CHRYSLER TIME PAYMENT PLAN  1. jipNYENlE^IT  ^^NFIBENTIAL f  3: JslcURlTYfONlY YOUR PURCHASE REOU1RED)  4. future borrowing available  "���     j  ^5. Competitive rates  ��6. convenient repayment puns avaiuble  7- J<��^STOp!SERV��E I  8. fcf*EDIT LIFE INSURANCE \  9.|aJccidentj& HEALTH INSURANCE j  10. >clfRYSLER? CARES      -J  '" :/ i , ���" ���� CHRYSLER  |    ] * ^jj  CREDIT CAHADAUIL  WNERSHIP  SEE OUR NEW CAR SHOW  AT THE TRAIL BAY CENTRE  OCT. 12,13/14  the company  i cares...  -i  OR FINANCE LOCALLY  BANK OF B.C. DEALER PLAN  BANK OF COMMERCE     '   {  LOCAL CREDIT UNIONS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA    I  BANK OF MONTREAL \  CREDIT CANADA LTD.  ON ALL NEW VEHICLES SOLD  WE HAVE  ���\ A  AVAILABLE  11  1979 OMNI  -1  4 cylj, 4 spd., radio, r defroster, radial tires.  36 MONTHS LEASE PLAN  $114.91 per month  PURCHASE AVAIUBLE AT END OF LEASE FOR $2650       j  '.  t  !    v  !  I  1979 CORDOBA  J $  pw, stereo] V8 auto, ps, pb, 60/40 sedt,  vinyl roof PLUS AAANY OTHER ORUDIS.  $199.44 per month  -X  36 MONTHS LEASE PLAN     j.a^.TT per  PURCHASE AVAILABLE AT END OF LEASE $4850.     ,  I ���NON MAINTENANCE LEASE  ******:********************  : FREE 15,000 miles per year %  **************************  \,  , j  C'MON IN FOR A LEASE QUOTE ON ANY HBH VEHICLE  "������'I  ���i-At <o~  '":>������ --. ,'**,.".������  *    *    ^-   ,-    I    * - -   ���  Wednesday, Oct. ii, 1978 Supplement to  -#t  The; PetUnsnia Times ^;Pag���T7  SEE OUR NEW CAR SHOW  AT THE TRAIL BAY CENTRE  I       OCT. 12,13. 14  y'w^'-HwX'W'S'i'  . 5w?ft'fe^ftS-:^S.     The Frontier  Recreation Vehicles,  you must see  These Frontier RVs are full of great new ideas and design features, bach  motorhome, camper, trailer and van conversion is dedicated to the Frontier  principle ��� they're luxurious, built to"..last .and offer top dollar value. The  Frontiers give you more living space.j<more storage, more comfort/'.���  )0��0^^  Frontier  Truck Campers  fill  Frontier  Trailers  ^fjKvM^vlWjvA-jAv  ���il*fev  Frontier     j     .    "?  Van Conversions  i- i ���   -  A Frontier  Your  Rec. Vehicle  Local, Authorized Dealer:  ALL NEW,  VEHICLES NOW COME WITH A  36 MONTH CORROSION WARRANTY  ;l  Page 12 ���t&npplHnentitr T5ie Besmsifta Tfamt  ?, OcEll, 1S78  \ - jV  j  1  i  ZE  Vlijmoutfi  iYSLER  Do&he Trucks  sfcflB/SBMCE  *��   i  Yolare  "DUSTER"  A  i v  F  Ji  I i  ft    ;*  ^  -J  %  ������  A new Voitre "Duster" appointment podcoge includes 1  "Duster' nameplptes on Iiuil fenders and rear deck, beh mouldings, and lower body stripes. There  are accent strpes fcsvibe up pet body, rear deck ond tbe lowred quarter window,  klhe "Duster" package interior offers plaid cloth and vinyl highbock bucket seats, with  a front seat centre cushion or console (available at extra cost).Hear seats are also  vinyl with plaid doth inserts. _ I  For 1979, Plymouth Volare has a redesigned electric choke heater  for improved cold starting. Corrosion protection is increased  through extended use of galvanized steel body panels.  ^Quarter panels, rear outer wheel housings and  >  rear floor pan side extensions utilize Jhis  material for the first time.  /Volire Four Door Sedan -  " f T,fi     -    ' . '     '���   l - \ '  A room four-door sedan -with a Standard engine that is a 3.7 litre {225 cubic -  int-h) t-cnt-sbc Optional engine choice* include o 5.2 litre {318 cubic inch) V8��  era SS litre (360 cubic inch) eight for leaded fuel operation. .   ���     I     '  Odchenge interval in been changed from every six months or 7,500 miles to  12 months or 12,000 km {7300 rn8es).i ";..."   i -  I   ��.-'    -       i      '��� ' - X  Ob the standard Volare and with the custom appointment pockoge, seat  upheJvlmies are new. Bucket seals with a centre cushion as well as a 60/40  split bench seat one avoSaibfe"-with the premium oppointment package. A  premium level bucket seat is'also optional oo standard models. There ore new  Volar* interior coJea in cashmere and teal green. . f  Volare Four Door Station Wagon  -  PROTECTED ETT THE  06M0KIHO��a��R  JUflKBMOSOH  ^MOAANTY  Vol ore station wagons may be ordered with a special "Sport" package,  terior components include wheel opening flares,- A front air dam, dual-color  tape stripes for the air dam, upper body, wheel openings and liffgate,  blocked-out grille. * : !  and  Interior -appointments include premium bucket seats with centre arm'est  cushion, -a carpeted cargo comportment and storage bins," thick-padfed  steering -wheel and an optional console. Five-spoke styled road wheels  bright trim' rings are standard. Cast aluminum road wheels are available  extra o-fef. . . p  If  j.  3     >  J-  5EE OUR NEW CAR SHOW  AT THE TRAIL BAY CENTRE  OCT. 12,13,14  Dodge Aspen Two Door Coupe  Aspen Sunrise comesNvith an eye-catching combination of upjper body side tape strip ng,.  louvred quarter windows with tape accents and a "strobe strips" lapm across the*rear deck  lower panel. Inside, Sunrise features plaid highbock bucket seats with optional front��eat-  centre cushion and/or console. White sidewail polyester tires are standard.  Standard engine in the 1979 Dodge Aspen is a 3.7 litre (22.5 cubic inch) sldht six. Optional  engine choices include a 5.2 litre {318 cubic inch) V8 and a 5.��litf$ (360 cubic Inch) eight  for leaded! fuel "operation.  17 ��*  t  'j    DcUige.  Four Door Station Wagon  The new Aspen sport wogoh pockoge features flared wheel openings,; a blocked-out  grille, front air dam, duel body color sport mirrors and dual color tape stripes dn the  -ariddm. upper bodyside, wheel openings and tailgate. Inside; there ore vinyl bucket  serfs, -a thick-podded steering -wheel and fully-carpeted cargo compartment and_  storage bins.- Five-yoke custom-styled rood wheels with bright __ trim rings are  standard. Cost aluminum road -wheels are optionally available.      "{   ~  I l : r  .An'eptionol custom exterior pockoge for Aspen coupes, sedans and station wogons  indodes distinctive vinyl body side moulding* ond belt mouldings. The wagon group  Jndudes upper door Lu.ue mouldings. |  Dodge Aspen  Four Door  Sedan  Aspen offers improved corrosion protection  , .   _ ��� for 1979 through increased use of ijalvan zed  steel forb-ody parts. New galvanized components include quarter panels. Tear o iter  .wheel housings and rear floor pan sWe.extensions. Front fenders, outer door par els,  inner and outer side sills and inner and outer liftgate panels are also galvan zed.  i     ������. .-..������     ���������.:. ,     . x.     ���".���;.     [���-  Anfw high pressure, thin profile "minispare" tire is standard on 1979 Dodge Aspen  coupes and sedans. This pre-inflated tire weighs about] 30 per cent less than a  conventional spare and permits additional usable trunk j space.  i  ALL NEW VEHICLES NOW COME  CORROSION WARRANTY I  WITH A-36 MONTH  -s  'J  mr Wednesday, Oct. 11,1878  Supplement to The Peninsula Times ��� Page 13  yea rs  DODGE MAGNUM XE  NEW CAR SHOW  : TRAIL BAY CENTRE  12,13.14      J  MAGNUM XE ��� Dodge's aerodynamically^styled specialty-hardtop ��� features a sporty, new  two-tone exterior paint option and engineering refinements for 1979.  Dodge Magnum XE retains, its bold, sloping grille design flanked by dual rectangular headlamp  units mounted behind clear polycarbonate! doors.  The 1979 Dodge Magnum XE is built on a 29,19 mm (114,9 inch) wheelbose.  Standard engine in Magnum XE is a 5.2 litre (318 cubic.inch)  V8. A 5.9 litre (360 cubic inch) eight-cylinder engine is  optionally available. Both engines are available only with  Torqueflite -automatic transmission  Magnum's distinctive two-tone paint option is available  p either a combination of Nightwatch Blue or Black or Silver  . arid Pewter Gray metallic lower body. Matching blue and  \ silver or red and silver two-tone accent tape stripes separate  | the body colors. Outside rear view mirrors are keyed to th  upper body color. Dodge Magnum XE for 1979 is available  > a vinyl landau roof with opera,window. Other optional re  [choices include a power-operated glass sun roof or a "T-  roof with removable smoked glass panels.'  Extended use of galvanized steel body components provides  increased corrosion protection. Front fenders, quarter panels  jjnd, cowl top panels hove been added to the list of such  components that already included door outer panels, inner  and outer sills, and rear floor pan extensions.  1979 Dodge Diplomat  Station-Wagon 4-Dopr  ��1979 DODGE  DIPLOMAT  The all-new Diplomat  station wagon has a (          rich-looking marine teak  wood-grain applique extending the full length of the  vehicle's sides and extending  across the rear  liftgate.  The counterbalanced,  liftgate provides  easy access and a large opening to the station !  wagon's roomy cargo area'.  1979 Plymouth  XX  four-door, two-seat station wagan complements the Diplomat two-  door pillared hardtop and four-door sedan, which receive their first  styling refinements since Dodge Diplomat was introduced as new-  generation intermediate-sized models in-mid-1977.  For 1979, Dodge Diplomat has a revised grille treatment featuring a  bright, multi-sectioned grid. texture flanked by dual rectangular  headlamps. Revised taillamps are'af the wraparound, tjered style.  Carpeting and stainless steel skid strips on the cargo floor and the back  of the second seat form a continuous floor when the seat is folded  down for extra carrying capacity. Lockable storage compartments in  the cargo area trim panels lore standard. The spare tire and jack are  stored under the cargo floor.    *  The standard seat in the hew Diplomat wagon is a vinyl front bench  seat with folding centre armrest. Velour-upholstefed 60/40 split bench  ,  seats are optionally available, as is a cargo compartment light  j actuated by the rear) liftgate.  The vinyl roof on the highline model Diplomat two-door  pillared hard- top features ta new rectangular quarter, j',  window with tinted glass. ,    ~ (j.  Dodge Diplomat buyers may choose between optional r  T-bar roof with removable panels on twoj-t  door models and glass, power^operate^  . sun roofs on two and four-doors. An I  ' seiegant.viny( roof is standard on the'  Diplomat Salon four-door  sedan.  .JUL NEW VEHICLES  NOW COME WITH  '�����ORROSION WARRANTY   '  Plymouth Caravelle ��� Chrysler's exclusively Canadian new-generation  intermediate ��� broadens its appeal with the addition of a handsome  station wagon model for 1979. /  The four-door, two-seat station wagon joins the  sportyPlymouth Caravelle two-door pillared  hardtop and four-door sedan introduced to th  Canadian market last year.  Caravelle for 1979 also gets a medium price -  hardtop and sedan,.and highline "Salon" editions of  Plymouth Caravelle for 1979 has a.  refined grille and taillight treatment.  All three 1979 Plymouth Caravelles  ride on a 2863 mm (112.V inch)  wheelbase.        '  The totally-new Caravelle station  wagon has a marine teakwood-grain appliqu  extending the full length of the vehicle's sides and extending across the rear  liftgate. The counterbalanced liftgate provides easy access to the wagon's spacious can o  cargo compartment light actuated by the liftgate js available as an option1.  Standard seat in the new Caravelle station wagon isa vinyl front bench seat with folding cjrmrest. A  velour-upholstered 60/40 split bench seat is optionally available.  Standard engine in all three 1979 Plymouth Caravelles is a 3.7 litre (225 cubic inch) slart kix.with  single-barrel carburetion. Optionally available engines include a 5.2 litre (318 cubic inch)  5.9 litre (360 cubic inch) eight, the latter engine available in a version for leaded fuel ope -ation. All'  1979 Caravelle engines have a redesigned electric choke heater for improved cold starting. Page H ��� Supplement to The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct 11,1S78  i   i��  1^79 CH  ��� #  ItfaWew! Ik's an automotive  achievement!  i = p ��� i     ��� ... -   .  A sophisticated car that is noticeably pew for 1979  New Jn size and fuel economy, with a look that  sayjs Tfhis is very special", Inside there's  the ccfcnfort of a living room with every  inchijie headroom and legroom oflast  year'il model, and then some. Out bock,  moce; ihdn 21 cve-ft. of usable trunkspace'  AnjE^yerywhere,!elegant appointments  to i��kp your breath away. See the fabulous  197^fchrysler New Yorker today.  ThejNpw Yorker Fifth Avenue Edition features an elegant  twoe-tone Champagne exterior paint treatment, medium beige  aoe**nf ^tripes, wire Avheel. covers, white sidewoll radial tires  vnAt pold accent j stripes, a stand-up pentastar hood or-!  name1 it, color-keyed Laredo-grained padded vinyl landau roof, and  edge- it-rear quarter windows with "Rfth Avenue Edition" etched in  thegfiiss. J " / {  i  r  -t-  A  i.'"/;  'x'7  You must see the  1979 LeBaron lineup at  Suncoast Chrysler Ltd.  1979 Chrysler LeBaron Town S. Country Wagon  ALL m*i_ VBflOES NOW CQMEiWITH A 36 MONTH  C����Wf>S<>N WA8XANTY  -*-'3 -:       I " - -  '   *im-4'.- - -        i -   .-           ��  look -  Chrysler LeBaron 2 portes 1979   \  Chrysler LeBaron 4 portes  Make your choice  from  spacious; sedans,* dramatically  sculptured hard tops, and a wagon that is truly unique.  Town & Country big cargo wagon, available with the  handcrafted wood. There's a "newj electric choke  circuit for sure-fire cold engine starts. New Electronic  Control and a host more features are designed to  fuel economy. And you can choose from just about  luxury option* you might desire. Experience 1979  LeBaron today. f !  big, bbld, more  beautiful  than ever!  r#ss your individuality with this personal luxury xor. Make Chrysler Cordoba  Jib Symbol of your success for all the world to admire. There's every option"? to  'iamper you,- including -seats of real leather. A 5.2 litre performance engine  powers 1979 Chrysler Cordoba, and a new Electronic Spark Controlsystem helps  make that engine fuel efficient. Cordoba, in the racy two-Jone treatment t|iat  ;*s it personally yours. I I  979  The  of  Ijeater  Spark  en lance  every  Chrysler  1979 Chrysler Newport  Efficient new size, big as eyer on  comfort  New in size and fuel economy, yet every inch  as much legroom and headroom as last year.  That"* 1979 Chrysler Newport, awaiting your  approval at Suncoast Chrysler Ltd. Make -this  very special car personally yours with every  option   you   might- desire:   Enjoy   its   firm!  responsive ride, a Chrysler achievement in:  driving smoothness and quiet. .Appreciate itsi  more than 27 cu. ft. of usable-trunk space.  Drive new Chrysler Newport today. Wednesday, Oct. 11,1978       Supplement to The Peninsula  Times  Page 15  with  Dodge D100   \  Adventurer  SE Club Cab  give  A new grille, hood, cowl top  panel and headlight treatment  Dodge light-duty pickups a fresh,  new frontal appearance for 1979.  Hard-working Dodge pickups are  available with standard or Club Cabs in two and''  four-wheel-drive configurations,  of cargo boxes in two lengths. Cab-,and-chassis models  and four-door, six-seat Crew Cabs are also available.  Dodge pickups continue to offer one of the industry's  most extensive lines of standard and optional    .  equipment. These range from appearance items like - i  various exterior-tape stripes to air conditioners, power steering and brakes and J a wide  selection of radios.      ,     '      } ! ~ - ,  Improved corrosion protection is extended further to-include the use of galvanized jsteel on the  inside tailgate panel on Sweptline pickups', and the installation of galvanized cowl side outer  'panels on all models.  Ramcharger SE  Ramcharger continues in two  and four-wheel-drive versions.  These versatile off-road vehicle;:  are built on a 2692 mm  '  (106-inch) whee'lbase.  A 3.7 litre (225 cubic inch)  six-cylinder engine is standard  in two-wheel-drive models,  A 5.2 litre (318 cubic inch) V-8 i  standard in four-wheel-drive  Ramchargers, and a 5.9 litre (360 cubic  inch) engine is optionally available.  New Ramcharger options for 1979 include  electric door locks and a bold new tape \  stripe package. The graduated tape package is  available in three hues'��� blue. Ian and,   \  red/orange. It features a "Dodije" decal on the  door and stripe running to the rear of the vehicle.  The "Macho" version of the Ramcharger is continued for 1979.  Sportsman  Wagon  t>  Passenger car-type options available on 1979 Dodge Wagons a'nq Vans include  steering wheel, electric door locks, and.an electric rear defroster on some  equipped with a single rear door. The tilt steering wheel permits the wheel  in any one of seven different positions, and is available only withJpower steering  automatic transmission. The optional electric door lock operates all doors ii  sliding and hinged side doors.       ���'.'���['  Gasoline engine choices include a 3.7 litre (225 Cubic inch) SIcnt-Six, af^d 5.2 litre  (318 cubic inch) and 5.9 ljfre-^360 cubic inch)' V-8s. Wagon and Van trans-nission  choices include a three-speed manual and optional heavy-duty t -iree-speed tpanual, I  three-speed [automatic and four-speed manual with overdrive. ��� ,X., ,  Corrqsion protection has been extended further to include galvanizing th  surfaces of side and rear, doors.2  .1  Yv  ATTHETRAU  OCT. 12, \3. 14  t  ���-������:���'  \   Introducing  -Dodge D50 Pick-up  SEE OUR NEV / CAR SHOW  a tilt-  models  beset  and  ludlng  3 inner  BAY CENTRE  IS  \:  X   ���-  3H  r.y-     -i i| \ ���   \   , - j .      -   ���-   - ;   i, i     |  ;������ The haridsomely-styled Dodge D50 is built on a 2780 mm (109.4-inch) wheelbaj  Overall .length is 4689v,mm (184.6 infches). The D50's cargo box is'2070 mm lon^j (  ahd-a-hblf feet)\and pqyload capacity is a hefty 635 kg (1,400 pounds);. - \  The rugged Dodge D50 is available in two versions ��� a standard model, an  optiona' 050 Sport.       \ | \ - \  j " j   - v    \    '    ���  Equipmi >nt on the standard D50 model\includes: white sidewall, tires, an AM n  cargo le mp, armrests, tinted glass and bright windshield and drip mouldings. C  D50 Sport model) the radio is an AM/FM and the tires are of the raised white  type. The standard D50 is equipped with a four-speed manual transmission. A fil  speed t lanual transmission is standard pn the D50 Sporf, and] an", automatic tn  smission is optionally* available injboth models \    *     \ y?  IX-  VhjmoulFi  CHRYSLER  Dodge Trucks  SALES/SERVIGE  come in and  pickup  yours  V  # X $  ALL NEW VEHICLES fNOW COME  OJRROSION VyARfeAiNTY;X   I;  WITH X:36^pNTH  rl * H ���   ���  ^j.......L..L.  k  .  1<  /  '���-[ ���  ,4?  y~x  VT  -T  y \  {$7  jn.if:,'  rwyy  SirVAf  Iffi-lii^^  I^'S1;-;  �������� ){;7J'  \x.  \i  i'i ���'.  �����.''������  ....,,,.���l.���..l  iii  esrausraMftJusra  COUPON  Big Prizes  Take a chance on  winning a Gift Certificate of'50 in  merchandise from any merchant in the mall���or���  OUR GRAND PRIZE OF -  3 days and 2 nights for two at the beautiful Harrison  -..U...*  ��� a, ifMH^^K.tmWt^MHl  HOtGl-  -Ai  Name  .����������  ��� ii**  Make  of Vohlclo  irest  Phone No.  ** 411^*1*11.(11 tiis'-As*'J  I   I   I   t   ���   I   ���    ���   ���   ���   I    I   ���   ���   I   I  SaiHT  ��� ���iii  V  I 1  I  ���  ��� * t  Year  ^ ENTRANTS MUST BE 16 YEARS OR OVER ^  iBllmm*^  Deposit coupon at Suncoast Chrysler or Trail Bay drop-off box.  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