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 _ 'p-X-. :      . J  "���; y  vf  T^  ���*-/..'        \l  ' '    i.  \.X , \.  y  By KARL BRUHN  A Vancouver-based steel manufacturer  is planning a long-term mining and fertilizer processing operation fot Sechelt  Inlet7 expected tobeproducing by late  -next-summer, the Times has learned.���  The mining-pftJfcessing operation is  expected to employ 14 full-time workers in  its first year .with "good" potential for  increased employment in following years.  It is expected at least 20 construction  workers will be Hired next summer to  bring the operation on stream.'  'Plans are for. the venture to be  producing 50,000 tons of dolomite-based  fertilizer in its first year witii production  predicted at up to two million tons of  fertilizer a year after fivfe years.  Dolomite is a limestone^like mineral  confining carbonate of_Hme,_magnesia_  and calcium. It is valued as a fertilizer.  , Developer Rudy Riepe told the Times  in a telephone interview dolomite deposits  in the Sechelt Inlet "area will be mined at  the 2,700-foot level with a processing plant  located at tidewater.  He did not 'reveal the proposed  operation's specific location, saying only  the-processed dolomite fertilizer will be  carried by barge down the inlet to a site at  Tillicum Bay,  Processing methods are fairly simple,  - said���Riepe, -involving- crushing,   dust."  removal and bagging. He said he expecte  eight employees will handle the processing  with six working the mine during the first  y��ar.         . __ ;  He said he had. hoped to start the  operation   much   sooner  than" now"  scheduled, but getting clearance from  various government agencies took longer  than anticipated.  '    He said lie-now has the go-ahead from  all government departments, including, al  clean bill'of health from provincial environment officials.  X "It's a clean thing," said Riepe, "there  are nov environmental problems." *  ' He said the gradeofdolomite deposits  to tie miriedis "terrific" and in plentiful  supply ��� "We'll bethere for 200 years,^" he  said in-describing dolomite reserves.  He said the Sechelt deposit is the only  source of dolomite close enough to transportation networks to make mining  economically viable.  Dolomite-based fertilizers are now in  short supply, he said, with Vancouver  Island, farmers "starving" for supplies.  Financing of the project is now in the  final stages, said Riepe, adding, he is  waiting for word on an application for  federal funds to help finance the scheme.  _ '��I don't count on it (federal funding).  I'm pretty well committed regardless."  Riepe said he has been financing exploratory���work an various���feasibility  studies out of his steel business and is  prepared to finance the entire venture if  government help is not available.  An order in council was passed in  Victoria September 28 approving an expenditure of $10,000 by the Ministry of  Mines and Petroleum Resources to assist  in the, construction of an access road to a  dolomite deposit on the Sechelt Peninsula.  Riepe said he had made application for  theiunds arid the approval represents the  first indication government-is willirig-to  help the project financially.  -J'lt shows the government is a little  behind me," "he-said.    He said the project will have long-term  benefits for the peninsula. Plans are to  draw on local labor reserves for all .jobs  created by the project, wMMhe exception  of one engineering position, he said.  "It will be a steady industry for the  peninsula."  �����3&8  2nd Class Mail  Registration No  1142 \  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (Hoyye Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon. Hopkins landing   Granthams Landing   Gibsons   RobertsCreek  Wilson Creek  Selma Park. Sechelt  Halfrtjoon Bay   Secret Cove. Pender Hrb . Madeira Park   Garden Bay. Irvines Landing', Earls Cove. Egmont  Label  20 Pages ��� 20c Copy  ^LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 46  (���cH*       ��   Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  Storage hazard horror story outline  Oil spills, fire and poison gas contamination are only a few- of the potential  dangers that could be caused by improper-  storage and transit of hazardous materials  on the peninsula, according to the local coordinator of the Provincial Emergency  Program.  Art McPhee told Sunshine Coast  Regional Board directors Thursday night  that most oil company storage facilities in  ~the~area~are���inadequateljr-protected-  against vandals and improperly dyked in  the event of a spill. *    ',  - "I have no axe to grind with any of the  companies in,particular," he said,' hut  added that results of a survey of the individual companies are nt. encouraging.  McPhee showed directors several  photographs taken while investigating  storage sites and predicted a fire that  ���Jit. ���** '��� m-   *   ���  PROVINCIAL {.^EMERGENCY andhit these Esso oil tanks, a fljre that  Program Co-ordinator Art McPhee would cut the peninsula off from the  predicted^ at Thursday's  Regional -ferries andHhe Mainland would be  Board meeting that if a car went out caused,  of control on North Rd. in Hopkins  i                   >  Douglas opens door to change  ^?bo5Lboard_chairman-Don Douglas  Shanm  sentencing  m  last Thursday indicated board policy may  be changed to .allow increased public  participation in 'school hiring decisions.  Douglas told the Times during a Pender  Harbour school board meeting, board  policy on hiring practicescan be changed,  but that no exception to existing policy can  be allowed until ah official policy change is  approved. , ,  He gave no indcation whether such a  change is in the works, or if he will approach the, board for a decision on the  matter, saying oiily "the (hiring) process  may change, but (board) policy must be  Changed first." '   ���  The question of increased public  participation in hiring decisions surfaced  as result of the board's quest for a, new  Pender Harbour Secondary School  principal. .   ,  '    Dtstrlc| director of instruction John-  Nicholsdnnas been acting principal of the'  school since the resignation of former  principal Frank Holmes, now teaching, at  Sechelt Elementary.  See related story page B-l  ���    mmmmwwi��iihwim^mi*i��w i ��� ��� ���  mn  i i ( i>���mmmiimimw �� ������  ���  n  Att the meeting last Thursday Pender  Harbour residents were asked to list  qualities they want in a new principal for  ttie school (see rejated story), but the  meeting had hardly begun before  residents requested further input than  allowed under school board policy.  One\>f about 20 participants at the  meeting asked the board if there would be  an opportunity tot interested parents to  interview, candidates. /'������>,  Douglas said existing board policy  makes no allowance for'parents to take  part in interviews. The only further option  ���See Page A-3  a  ~- 'l -"�� *ffJ.  TIMES SPECIAL  "A dangerous individual" who was  going to ''kill someone or be killed" was  the prediction in a psychiatric report on  Robert James Shannon seven years  before he shot and killed Billy Black, it  was revealed" at! Shannon's" sentencing  hearing last Thursday in Vancpuver.  These statements accompanied a  diagnosis of Shannon as a  "psychopath" w|w displayed no  t>compassion, accojedihg to a pre-  I sentencing report prepared for the  hearing. The report called Shannon "a  manipulator, a danger to the public,  and a sociopath." ���  The senteiicingT hearing was adjourned until late NoVeniber to permit  the defence time to obtain letters of  recommendation as to Shannon's  character. This is the fifth delay in  sentencing.   Shannon, 35, was convicted by a jury  on April 6, 1978' for the second-degree  murder of Bill Black in Roberts Creek  on November 11,1076. Trial judge, Mr.  Justice Klrke Smith, will set the sentence for the crjme which carries an  automatic sentence of life imprisonment, with a minimum of 10 and  up to 25 years without parole.  j        ���See Page A-5  would cut most of the peninsula off from  the mainland would be caused if a vehicle  went out of Control near the Esso site at  Hopkins Landihg.  The Esso tanks in Hopkins, containing  115,000 gallons' pf petroleum products, are  situated between the mrks of the highly-  travelled Highway 101 amLNorth Rd.  McPhee said dyking at the plant is  ."more apparent than real" and would be  -almost-usless-in-stopping_a_spill-from  reaching* the nearby highway and ocean.  A small earthquake would have the  same effect as a vehcile out of control, he  said.  All the oil companies on the peninsula  were represented in McPhee's presentation and" the Esso storage facilities, in  Pender Harbour were'shown as "a good  example". The facility featured concrete  dyking and. an electrOhic'stijrt off valve on  pumps that would activateiif a spill occurred.  Among his fund of horror stories is the  If-stpsagesite on the FrancislPeninsula  "perched-over the end of Pender Harbour."  McPhee says he walked "right through  the gates" undetected to take the pictures  and notified that a valve that holds back  some of the 25,000 gallons of oil that is  j^red. atrthe;.site .could, b&knopked.of f by  hand with a ball peen hammer.     ^  Area B Director Ed Nicholson, the  chairman of PEP and the Emergency  Planning Committee, says McPhee's  report was not meant to be a "sS&re  thing."  "We're just saying ��� OK, this is what  could happen and this is where it could  happen," he said, "and now we're going to  try to prevent it."     ;  The first step the regional board will  take! toward preventing major disasters as  a residt of impropei^to^  of these hazardous substances will be to  alert the provincial fire marshall of the  problem areas and ask for an inspection.  "He's the man who can shi||t these  places down right now if everything's not  just right,!'said Nicholson.  The board also decided to ask staff to  look into the drafting of a bylaw that would  control the storage and transport of the  materials. The idea was supported by all  directors except Sechelt Director Morgan  Thompson, who called the plan "a waste of  staff time."  "There are already enough provincial  and federal bylaws,", said Thompson.  As a third measure, the board  authorized the works superintendent, Jn  concert with McPhee, to try to obtain a  mobile oil containment unit for the  peninsula.  McPhee said the trailer unit will serve  ��� as a quick floating barrier in the event of a  spill, but that is "strictly band-aid."  Ihe trailer, which could be hauled by a  truck, would contain Conwed, a floatable  substance that absorbs oil but not water,  some special clothing for the clean-up of  spills and a skimmer, a pump that skims  _oiLffyfflj 4hejyater_surface .   NJcPhiee said operation of the equipment is not technical and that he expects  one demonstration to local fire chiefs  would take care of pre-spill preparation,  similar unit is now-in use in Ab-  The election scene  botsford for the Fraser Valley and Lower  Mainland region and, although available.  to the peninsula in the event of a spill,  would not be practical here, he s?id7.  ,  "It's a small unit that musfbe used  within the first few hours of a spill, before  any tidal action takes the material out to  sea," said McPhee^ ,  McPhee guests the unit would cost  approximately $2,000 and would be a good  -mvestment-for-the-peninsulaT-   Nicholson says the extra protection,is  not only a good investment*as far as.public  safety is concerned, but ^insurance  against loss of income. "Look at the major  --���-See Page A-5  Battle brewing on one fron  but most areas quiet so far  While voters won't be called out to the-  polls for another month yet, a battle appears to be brewing for the two slots up for  grabs on the Sechelt village council.  ��� Afld while the ,Sechelt,^^ge;elections;,  ' look to be long and hot, other'sec tore have  bfeen slow gathering steam, leading some  to predict k lacklustre election for 1978.  For Regional Board  both Area  B  ' director Ed Nicholson "and Area D director  Harry Almond have said they will seek reelection. Area F director Bernie Mulligan  told the Times last week he will not seek  re-election, but will support an as yet unnamed candidate. No other candidates  have stepped forward to this point.  Gibsons' aldermen Lorraine Goddard  and Ted Hiime haven't reached a decision"  on whether or not to run, but a candidate  ' has stepped forward to take a crack at an  aldermanic position. '  Elections for school board trustees  hpye beien thrown wide open with trustees  peter Prescesky and Maureen Clayton  bowing out and word that trustee Claus  Spiekermann will also not be seeking reelection. So far only one candidate has  turned up.  Following is,a breakdown of how  elections are shaping up:  SECHELT  Two aldermanic hopefuls have stepped  forward to lay cjaim tea seat on the  . village council., ' -     .  <\  ; Norm Watspn,Wlth six years as former  Sechelt alderman behind him, entered the  race last week with a blistering attack on  the performance of the existing council.  Watson -told the Times he has _ been  watching   "the   less   than   ideal   per-  forj^i��nce",��()f .the. council witft:"lfs]Tancr  less ciSifidence". > ���  He said the past two years have been a  continuing story "of bumbling ignorance  and sloppy administration of the village  bylaws". He said council has been  characterized by poor administration and  no clear ideal of goals He.said he predicts  that council will find itself hi hot water  over the arena with the yeiar and that,  "judging by past performance", no long-  term solution will be found.  "These kinds of serious problems can  be dealt with but not without''inWducing  some rigor and order into the. leadership  and administration of the village."  Watson said he has the experience to  deal with village problems and is prepared"  to stand on. his record of achievement in  seeking election.  Carl Chrismas, a 65-year-old former  logging equipment salesman, told the  Times he will be looking to replace Aid.  Frank Leitner on village council.  He said Leitner will not be running this  and instead will be backing his bid  seat on council.  I  ear\  &Lj  hrjsmas said, because of his  ex-  lence as a corporate pilot he hopes to  Xover Leitner's airport duties.  H\said there Is roQm for expansion at  ee Page A-3  some  ���A,..  ���'">"  X  ., Xr;i  P^iafo-W^n, . ^m-��  4j*  �� "�� ^m^rmw^  Confused. That's the word many people  aro using to describe their view of ttie  recreation package to be put to referendum November 18. i  Most know the package, If approved by  voters, will cost them about two mlllls^  now.  That much Is clear. But what, It has  bo<Sn asked, Mil tho $173,000 extra n year  collected in taxes specifically go towards?  Voters generally know tlio money will  finance 12 separate recreation projects.  Thoy also know what the 12 projects are in  general terms and that capital costs total  $075,000. "  llio confusion arises wh(in you get  down to specific projects. What, for Instance, doos $225,000 for Roberta Croek  hnll really mean? Or, what exactly ttro wo  getting for the $275,000 ear-marked for  Pondor Harbour? And aro thoy really  going to build a mammoth skateboard   ���;-trnckp'fitp-Haokott~Park?":*4" "** "-:�����������-���  To set tho record straight, Norm  Watson-tho man who spent the better  part of two yoars putting tho packago  together���outlined, project by project,"  ,,���������,��..wlmi���,vote^   ,^f]^��^!!i^)m^^^lW��t.WP.9K  To deal with tho, lower-priced items  ',;* $JH|to'For thcraost port, ��W Wttt��tiffl(lv-<-  granta to cheaper projects ���$1,000 a year  for tho urto contro In Socholt, u one-shot  *< j   ' .     '      1,,p  '       '   ���'.    y ,        i  .. ....V-i'p'     !   ���    ,-' '-��� '; '���'���   " ' ' ":  $1,000 grant for an equestrian cpntre,  anothor $1,000 to be split between Sechelt  Marsh and Selma Park, $500 for a  motorcycle rilte, $2,500 for bicycle nnd  skateboard tracks and $5,000 a year for the  libraries���are   more   or   loss   "on-  volunteor-run operations.  In most cases tho money available to  these projects through tho proposed  recreation package Is moro of n pat on the  back for volunteer work, said Watson,  For Instance, the $5,000-n-year  allocation to libraries won't do much fpr  the moniBy-stdrved, voluhteor-riin  peninsula libraries; "All the libraries nre  protty tacky operations," but the monoy  will holp pay Insurance policies and  maybe allow them a few moro shelves,  said Watson. ���  "It's an encouragement to them."  >:    It ls the same situation for tho volun-  "tce^ullt arts contro In Socholt. Tho  $i,000*a*year oilocation will holp pay for'  insuranco and lots tho volunteers know  thoys^iavon't been forgotten, Bald Watson.  Thfe $1,000 allocation to b�� split between  Sechelt Marsh nnd Solma Park will allow  a fence tfrbe-wedediiround"-tlMmwwh"*  .mid benches built in Solma Park. The $350*  a-y��ar the Roglonal poard will pick up  ,i}lov�� s f <ti up-keop expenses boy olid" What  volunteers ralso. !  And no, tliorxi will not bo an oxpnnnlvo  skateboard track built in Hacktitt Park.  Tho $2,600 one-shot allocation for bicycle  and skateboard tracks in tlio park will holp  volunteers build a loop-typo track\��lmcd  at keeping children off the struts, said  The skateboard track���rumor had It  pegged at a $5,000 extravaganza-  amounts to a 100-foot-long paved track  about three feet wide.  "nil lt Is Is a llttlo dirt track amongst  tho trees," said Watson.  Tho $1,000 grant for nn equestrian  contro and the $500 sot flsi^e for fiflirttblko.  track, both to bo built near the airport,  are, again, enpouragomonts to volunteers,  said Watson, The grants are a" holp, b��t  volunteers will bo raising tho bulk of the  funds thoy need and doing ull tlio work.  Theso lower-cost allocations amount to  six of tho )4 projects, ringing in at a total of  $5,000 in capital costs and $0,350 In annual  allocations' to holp make up operating  doficltfl. ������*,,,.  TJuU loaves a total of $870,000 for tho  remaining six big expense items and  anothor $72,000 for annuul' operating deficits,       ,  i!l\t^nmtrntiim  three groupsr-T^osowhi<^pV0;l|Wnl,}|dlt  and will,'If the roforondujm, pflssea, iis', .  included as part of tlio total package, those   THE ARENA may look this way now,   tho bag Jc mil (bottomi feeing) WiU bo  years Into tho rocroatlon pit,  which  aro  waiting  postage  ot  tho   but It peninsula voters, pass tho   knocked out and four burling sheota  outlines what voters will get for  ~$qo Page A-a   recreation reforendom November 18,   added. Norm Watson^ who put two  money in n Tlmos story.  ���������        '*     -   x " ������        ' \     ���-"''',���������������':' ���pp'p'p;-p    .'.���.������:. .���'-.:���.: >"���' . . . t  osal,  their  "^V.'t* '*' ' i' "*"  m*t H^. 4  /.--    rm 1,1   I' ,M|  lit ��**��� ���Ba#~fHt��HM1W��-^V*J*,J'B.   XMISt*    t*��tk��l'l��*fc��l|i* rt****)! ��*#*-!  F-��" fm **BJxW'- I  **^*fc -SpWWw-eihsn!  X  I',    'tlUt^m.i  ' ,  ������*1i*  f, 4M4t��Vi����r( -fll ^t1 "���-  rt��w>v,ywn   ����� siiW"��^((r^"KHii| ^-.-.----���If-.-���  ���;���.��--��� T  .���/".''"  . -. \  .v :-';  ���4r-  ,^i?S.4r*'.vi '^m.i��<^* _,  VMx^put,*,���,       ,(���  V"*'.   " '  ' J  /.  -^  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  EDITORIAL  ^mp^^m^^^m^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^ Faw CAat  Karl Bruhn, Editor  M /rec? press m /fte unsleeping guardian of  every other right that free men prize  ��� Winston Churchill  A little Mumhol Jnniho  Sometimes we are lucky, enough to       Remember all that talk of lending  get a glimpse of the truth behind the   a helping hand to small businesses?  Mumbo Jumob. Incentives tp kid  small businesses; a^helping hand  f rpm ~ big~7pvernment?��� Muiffbtr  Jumbo. ' Diversification   of   the  MUmbo Jumbo politicians are  so  adept at.  The proposal for a dolomite-mine  ahd processing plant on Sechelt Inlet  is a case in point.  The developer,  Rudy~iRiepe, a  Vancouver steel fabricator, tells us he   goyernmlent regulatory bodies. It is  ting to get the project -ressential that Riepe's scheme receive  economy^ More /Mumbo Jumbo.  We fully support the need  has been attempting 1  off the ground since 1969. Granted,  these things take time, and Riepe  himself needed several years to do  the necessary exploratory work,  including time-consuming feasibility  studies, xx BuHO years? ~  A Times reporter asked Riepe  what on earth could have delayed the  project by that many years, arid what  do you suppose the developer answered?  If you said government  bureaucracy or government red tape,  you have an inkling of the problems in  dealing with our government which  have besieged Riepe's efforts to  launch what appears to be a straightforward business venture.  the blessing of government forestry  and environment agencies. But for it  to literaaly take yeairs to get that  approval is totally unacceptable.  Promises  tape? Mumbo  "You wouldn't believe it," says-  Riepe of the yards and yards of red.  tape he had to plow through to get-the  scheme to the stage it's at now-.  We believe it alright. After all, his  proposal promises 14 new jobs in its  first year with more to come should  all go well.        .    ,.    *���   '   /'    t.  Remember all that talk aboitf  cutting unemployment? Mumbo  Jumbo.  belt offences  It?s-been-aTyear-since-mandatory-seat-  "When?... ah;that's forme to know and you to find out."  belt use was introduced in B.C.yand in that  time 1,052 tickets have been issued to  motorists for "not wearing seat belts. But  very few of these have been in Powell  River. - -    --    -    -       - Staff-Sergeant Don McDoriald of .the "  Powell River RCMP said that hi knows of  "a couple" of tickets being issued by the  local detajAmentfor seat belt offences. "I  don't think you would find very-many," he  said, although he said itfwould be very  difficult to establish just how many there  have b^en.  . "Afty one who is chargedwith a seat  belt offence deserves it," said Staff Sgt.  McDonald���"If-a-driver is stopped by a  police officer for a routine check or for  some other reason, and doesn't know  enough to put on their seat belt, they  deserve a ticket." '        "' * -   r  He said that he believes that the  publicity for seat belt use has had an effect, with most motorists now using seat  belts "on a routine basisTUsFofseatbelts  has,resulted in fewer accidents, especially  serious accidents". This had led to a  reduction in hospital costs and expansion,  said Staff Sgt. McDonald.  "Over all, seat belts have been an asset.  Although5 you get very few cases where  wearing them can be seen as a detriment,  in most cases they are good protection."  Modern-day identity crisis  zFhat_ffel4Lflis��a&��  By Maddison Powell  The other day I wandered into the local  Motor Vehicles Branch to apply for a  learner's licence. I was somewhat surprised to be asked for my birth certificate.  "My birth certificate?" I replied.  ^'What-on-earth-for-?^   It is interesting to guage public  feeling toward theNovem'ber 18 civic-  election by examining some of the  comments which do not get into news  reports���interesting in that the  general consensus seems to be, "I'm  sick and tired of the way things are  being run but darned if I'm going to  do anything about it."  Times reporters were busy last  week telephoning likely candidates-  for the various seats up for election  this year. That in itself is somewhat  unusual: More commonly candidates,  eager to see themselves in print,  contact the press.  When the press has to take the  initiative one begins-to suspect allis.  turns out, is not altogether unfounded.  Call after call, reporters heard the  same sad refrain. The likely candidates contacted wlpre more than  willing to heap criticism on our local  governments, criticisms which were  often valid and should be publically  raised prior to an election, but take  positive action? "Not on your life",  came the reply.  ' - In our4 society we are guaranteed  the right*, to change what''tyre'think  wrong.-Too many of us pass that  opportunity up as if it did not exist.  It's called apathy. It is a disease.  If you don't like the way things are  being done, stand up and'say so.  _ Take action. Don't sit back waiting  "Or your passport. You can't get your  learner's without a primary source of  I.D."  I was rather taken aback. I've never  actually mastered the intricacies of  "operating a motor vehicle" (as the little  manual so cunningly puts it), but every  few years I apply for my learner's���just to  keep my hand in, so to speak. And it seems  the last time I applied, I was allowed to  limp by on student identity cards���plus, of  course, the one dollar,fee.  The lady was v^rnice about it; after  aUlt wasn't heri&ut. And she_admired_my_  little collectioii^rfojitdated library cards,  student cards, one. press card and even a  social insurance number, but to no avail. I  wandered out sadly, suffering the pangs of  a modern identity crisis.  But later I wondered:what is this  be jailed for such recalcitrance.  Don't get me wrong: I haven't anything  to hide. In fact, most of my friends look on  m& as a boringly law-abiding citizen...  But I resent the government's keeping  tabs on evefy nove I make. Such intrusion  -and-suGh-rampant-bureaucracy���are_  unhealthy signs in a country that claims to  be democratically run.  Ah well, things could be worse. We are  not yet required to have social insurance  numbers branded on our ears at birth.  And here and there remains a  stronghold of independence in the face of  this numbers game-  Since arriving on the Peninsula, I've  been quite charmed by the lack of digits in  local addresses. There's something in  names like Mermaid Avenue and  Redrooffs Road that defies all Ottawa's  attempts to keep us neatly catalogued. I'm  sure the computers much prefer to digest  tidy street numbers like 11307A 142-Street.  It pleases me, also, to imagine some  impeccable Ottawa agent struggling to  track down an, errant Peninsula dweller.  0" Just keep on the highway three or four  *     '   *   A, *  Standard pilot training  available to small airlines  In the second phase of a move to assist  air transport in'British Columbia, the  Ministry of Energy^JTransport and  Communications has embarked" on a  program to help the province^s~smalT  airlines with their recurrent pilot training  needs.  In the first, the government announced  it was allocating $5 million in the form of  grants to upgrade small airports lacking  period every six months and involves two  pilots of- the same company  simultaneously, in order _to develop use of  the "crew concept" in the training.  ~StaridaTdized~nistrument-and-cockpit-  procedures as approved and recommended by Transport Canada will also be  promoted. It will run for one year on a trial  basis with no charge to the carriers. At the  end of the year, the program will be  facilities such as paved runways, night " evaluated and assessed for continuation  lights and fire fighting equipment. The   and cost.  sum of $4.5 million has already been  allocated, including $222,000 budgeted for  Powell River.  tThe training program, which is  available to chief pilots, check pilots, and  training-pilots of the sub-regional air  carriers, is now under way at' the air  services branch hangar at Victoria International Airport, and is being conducted  by branch instructors, all air' transport  rated pilots with supplementary training  from the AmericanTAirlines-Flight _  hot as it "should he -Thaf susDicion- it   for the. other guy."  :'V "_:;_:_._���   A:-A. i nonsense, anyway,' this insistence on I.D. smiles past Halfmoon Bay..,it's^the'hoyse^Afcademy.LThecourse-was developed'-with_:private_sector, jyijz.  ���j   . ���".���v.Zy: r .    :���������'-'   -.��-���* ~ ~\--'.,*-.-. cafds for eve^move-wemake?It's as if r.with the green door, I'll hang a-redtimon ���ua..-*.* J^"-,J--J        ��r- " -  . Premier W.R. (Bill) Bennett,, the  Minister responsible for the Ministry of  Energy, Transport and Communications,  noted that the course has come about as a  result of the high level of interest in advanced training shown by-representatives  of sub-regional air carriers who attended a  ministry sponsored seminar in October  1977. In response, the ministry decided to  proceed on a trial basis, he said, but would  step aside when equivalent training  projgrams became available from the  Reflections  The thief of time  By yem Giesbrecht  ****��  ���-N-  My topic this week is one that is close to  my heart, a topic on which lam somewhat  of an expert, I've been meaning to write  about procrastination, but you know how, it.  is ��� with one thing 6r another cropping up  ��� I just never got around to It until now,  barely in time to meet this paper's absolutely final deadline.  The word comes from the Latin prefix  "pro", meaning forward, and "eras",  meaning tomorrow. In short, a.  proctastinator is someone who believes in  the ancient motto: "Never do today what  you can put off until tomorrow!"  My fondness for procrastination goes  back many years, to my early school days,  when I stayed in bed as long as possible,  ate a hasty breakfast and ran most of the  way,to school (more than a mile). Yet I  was rarely , late and sometimes w.pn  awards for perfect attendance. I must  have developed great skill in judging just  how long I could stay in bed Without being  late, because this ability has come in  handy many times since my youth. J  ���_.Llkc most students, Lhabltually.puslied_  aside school assignments until the last  possible moment,, reassuring myself that I  operated best under pressure. On the  morning that a term paper was duo, I'd be  up woll before daybreak, putting finishing  touches to a project that could have boon-  completed a week ago. In one colfcgo  sociology (?lass that required ono essay per  ~ wdckrl gotup at 8*a;mreveryFrlday to *  dash off tho papor before breakfast.  I procrastinated In othor ways, .too.  Getting now licence plates?' I was  usually mono ottho Jong line-ups on Feb.,  28. Registering to vojto? If I remembered  at'all it was always at tho last minute.  Christmas shopping? Tho aVoa won't bo  as crowded on tho 24th, I argued. Birthday  cnrdi? Wasn't it considerate of Hallmark  The PENiNsuLA*y5to*e*  Published Wcdncsditysal Scchcll  on ll.C.'s Sunshine Const  by  ^^.^^...^^..jrii(i..PonlniiUla..Tiiiii)&^.l��~^^.^.��.   lor WcHlpix'* I'ubllcntUms Lid,  nt Seehell, B.C.  ;.  k Dox .VIO ��� Seehell, B.C,    -,,       ���  VON MO '  to make all those witty "belated I birthday  wishes" cards?  Over the years, I've found lists very/  helpful in reminding me what needs to be  done; The problem is, I rareiy cross off all  the items on a list before adding new ones,  so the list becomes a perpetual, expanding  one and I tend to tackle only the items that  are not too formidable or time-consuming.  Yesterday I drew up an impressive list  containing 20 tasks. Usually I'd give  myself a week to do everything on the list  but this time I had the crazy notion that I  could accomplish everything in one day.  I was lucky. Three of the people I  planned to call telephone^ me first and 1  me| a fourth downtown. I did some  household chores, paid a bill, went  shopping, cashed a cheque, baked a cake  and crossed, items off the list with a nice  sense of accomplishment.  Then I hit some snags. I reached th?.  post offlco 10 minutes late and couldn't  pick up my parcel. I didn't get around to  writing this column. ,1 lost interest in  ..carqting,out thfi.ftther-dutleaXliad.setfor.  myself,  Still, for mo, 12 out > of 20 isn't bod.  Perhaps my tendency to procrastinate Is  weakening. I wonder, though, when I  recall an Incident that happened about a  dozen years ago.  While reading a helpful article about  wasting tlmo I came across an apt slogan;  ���"Procrastination Is the-thief*of time;"*-  Hey, I thought, I should mako a big sign  with those words to remind myself not to  procrastinate so much,  It was a great Idea at tho time, I'm still  thinking nbout It. Maybe ono of thoso days.  Christian Science  Thanksgiving day has come and gone,  but tho blessings and benefits that como to  us through true gratitude never loavo us,  Tho Bible tells us, "your Father  knowoth what things ye havo need bf,  before ye ask him." (Matt fl.B)  In many Instances, Jesus gave thanks  boford his requests .were mode. He know  our very existence is in doubt until we can  prove it with two pieces of verification.  Gone are the good old times, the days  when a person could be born, could marry  and could die without being 'processed' by  the government at every turning.,  Most citizens never complain, of  course. After all, does it matter? Does  Ottawa's or Victoria's preoccupation with  I.D. papers actually hurt anyone?  The.answer'could be 'yes'. Slowly and  surely the folks in charge are sapping bur  spontaneity. Every year it becomes more  difficult to work, to travel, to buy and  sell���in short, to act���without government  sanction. And little by little, each year as  Ottawa piles us with new 'identity', she is  robbing us of true identity; we become  numbers, not individuals, in the government's officious eye.  While I'm on the subject, I'd like to  Introduce a new word to the Canadian  Language, a* word of at least four syllables  Uiait should nicely suit 'the government's  growing fluency in Doublespeak:  IDENTIFICAT-B,: v.t. to furnish (individual, etc.) with paper or plastic  documents bearing no fewer than nine  digits verifying right to live and function ln  society? establish existence of. Hence-  able, a., worthy of, qualifying for such  document, r  , Oh yes, there ore a few eccentric souls  (bless them) who have so far managed to  escape the government's great filing  cabinet Hi Ottawa���tout not many. If a,  person wants to drive (legally), travel  abroad, write a cheque or work for" a  living, I don't suppose ho can avoid being  duly ldontlficatcd.  Admittedly, If you aro self-employed,  you can earn a living without a social  Insurance card. But there ls a catch:  ^^Qno��ladyXknaw.(.who���shallJci.num'!,M  berlcss) has persistently and admirably  rofuacd to apply for a social Insurance  numbor. Until this year, all wonj,  smoothly. Every April she paid her Income tax���by chequer-to the federal  government. Tho government reported no  groat (tlfflculty in processing those,  cheques.       ���  But this year the tables yero turned.  The government owed hor monoy, for a  chango. And ns of press tlmo, tho men in  Ottawa still claim thoy cannot possibly;  make out a chequo In her name; thoy need  jfror number.  Ah, tho wages of S.I.N,  And thonUicro's tho census racket,  I don't personally know anyono who  sack on the plum tree, you can't possibly  miss it..."(  '   There's hope for us yet.  And so, dear computer-brains in Ottawa and Victoria, listen to me: I am a  real person, (they haven't destroyed me  yet.) Please do not number, rubber-stamp  or mutilate me. ,  Please do not 'identify' me withbut  knowing or caring who I am.  th&co-operatibh of Transport Canada1 and  has been endorsed by the senior airlines.  As part of the training aids to be used,  the branch is making available its synthetic training simulator and numerous  approach plates for B.C. airports with  which the simulator can be programmed.  In addition, the participants are able to  make sure of the new audiovisual training  unit and library of films.  The course is carried out over a two-day  Mr. Bennett fealfl he felt this would be  an important contribution to the industry,  helping to give small airlines greater  capability to upgrade their aircraft and  services as better airport facilities are  developed.  He added that advanced navigational ^  training and extended instrument flying  are absolute necessities in B��., which has  severe weather and terrain conditions hot  experienced elsewhere in Canada.  And they sure are happy about it!  What are they doing? Why, they're  reading TheTIMES,. .looking for anew  home or car or job or washer or  bicycle. And each person will probed  bly find just the right item at just tHe  right price! How do we know? W��ll,  we have loads of advertisers every  week...offering scores of new products and services.  We welcome ads of all sizes,-.. we'll  even help you develop an ad if you  wish, for the sarnie cost as the ad  alone! What other niedia can offer  that kind of bargain..'. on a one-to-one  personal basis? Check around, and  we think you'll want to join your  friends who read and advertise in  The TIMES... it's the best buy  around!  The PENiNSuLA7*��eA  .., ,a weekly part of your life I  '^>w>mw��niM'  i. r,.  I I  t,A.  *?**  ,*���>��  .Subscription Kiitwi (in fl(|v��ucc|  Loeiil, $7 per your. Beyond 35 niilcN, $8  U.S.A., $10. Overseas $11. ,  I  ^thjiraod-heiinfflrta-aiwayvr^^  thanks bofore feeding tho multitude with the census questionnaire (a dastardly  ��� We loaves and two small flflhos" (John offoncol) but tho law, In letter at least,  0:11) and there was a plentltyl surplus loft supports tho government; a person could  ovor. ' ������ - ?'  'X ... .  m ccm^ridm5nto o^r ^  . Ma examplo; is our-propofe*3Tciff��fbnnn '&n��k  the only worthy evidence of our gratitude  for all that he has dono." (Science and  Health with Key to the Scriptures page  four).  Pltch-ln*78  Http > ",  British Columbia  Beautiful  r  ^f^MteU-l^^wi)  ��$m^#)!rimmm9wmw'  \  |p*Wp|*��  -#LM'f<^w$*!'WWfflWq'M^^  ��,(* ������*!��.* t-m*"'f���**���***!**��� Him ����*i.*i��tvv*  *    <*  I     n    v  '��^U^*.--tfr)^i1ffyfti,��^e-4^  Ik  J tit  \ -   '  w  r;:yyri:.y,:Jirs^iX":ry-  mmpxmm^: a  ^-3-:-;y-q.-p,?r!^j.>..|p.t-?-j  "ili^eiiiBSWFimes  ���sp^^  '���;:^^Mi^OREiAB09)X^^  ���From. Pago A-l:; AyyAh X'XykXyXXkXi  open to parents, he said; is to tialk tc> their  irtis^X7xXX'xXrXu'7x: Xkki Ak. kx rXXXXk  -j"-a :?U  HIGH IN THE TREES cablfe  television employee Gerry Wood  helps splice lines which wUl bring  cable channels to the Halfmoon Bay  -area. Lines should be ready in a  month to six weeks. Snags have  delayed the project by as much as one  year. See story.  si^e^ma^^  .(^^���Speikei*-^  recommended Render resident  ^i^(��Hjfe;in^  appheanfsjl^ Xr.-xy.yy7 'XX.  That idea was killed by the board as f  contrary to policy and out of orderT      /  Under existing policy parents had their *  chance for input at the October 12 meetingi\ ���  Hiring procedure will now; follow a set   -J  frlan: Province-wide advertising October ,j  13 to 20. Pender Harbour staff input during  the October 26 board meeting. October 31  will'be the closing date for applications���  By November 9 a "short list" of about five  candidates will be drawn up. Interviews  are   slated   for  November  18  to   19.,  November 23 has been set aside to plan  new strategy should no suitable candidate  turn up.  A new principal should take over either  January 1 or February 1.  MORE ABOUT.. .. ������  ��� Battle brewing  ���From Page A-l ���  the airport and he hopes to take up Leit-  ner's quest for airport funding: "There is  funding available."  He said the village's parks "leave room  for improvement," noting he would work  towards an over-all plan for parks and.  recreation development.  On the development question,  Chrismas said development should not  interfere with the existing qualities of the  village. y  "I don't think Sechelt should grow into  a commercial centre."  GIBSONS  With both aldermen up for re-election  in Gibsons undecided about running, one  candidate has so far announced he will be  seeking aseatr  Cable hasn't forgotten  Halfmoon Bay area  _���     mm m-a. .     . ��� J _ >-A 1   !Xt- Al- - U 1L.1.  11.   1.1   .l>.  Halfmoon Bay area residents may have  the feeling they've been forgotten, says  Coast Cable Vision Ltd. district manager  Carl Bobardt, but chances, are cablevision  hook-ups to the area will be completed in  four to sixjweeks.   Bobardt -said- completion of -hook-ups,-  "already delayed longerithan"anticipated,  should be ready in a month to six weeks,  depending on Uie weather.  He said service crews have been  "working like mad" during the recent  spate pf good weather.  The company had hoped to have  cablevision service extended to the  Halfmoon Bay area as long as a year ago,  said Bobard}.  The date had to be pushed back, he  said, when B.C. Hydro and B.C.  Tel  ..:.examinfid_the_feasibility-_of..,adding  cablevision lines to existing power poles.  The examination, he said, revealed "a  lot of poles had to be changed" as well as  new wires added. ;  "The whole thing took about a year*"  MORE ABOUT.. .  with the result that "a lot of people thought  we weren't interested anymore."  He said many people are under the  'mistaken impression the company can  extend services as it sees fit. In fact, the  company is striptly governed by_ .the  ^Canadian ^-Radio,_.:_Tele_visiont.iiiand_ni!peiken3iann_ has__madelno__ official: an3  Keith Evans, a 29-year4>ld Canadian  Forest Products employee, told the Times  last week he will seek election on a platform aimed at "civic responsibility".  He said the village council appears to  suffer from "a lack of direction and a lack  of evidence of planning. If there -is any  (planning) it must be done in the back  room."  The village should appoint a recreation  commission consisting of one member  from council and representatives-from"  groups interested in planning for future  recreation needs, he said.  SCHOOL BOARD  Trustee Maureen Clayton announced  last week she will not be seeking reelection   and   while   trustees   Claus  ���Telecommunications Commission andean  only expand services with the" commission's approval. ���?������.  The CRTC requires a population  density of 50 people a running mile before  allowing expansion of cable services, said  Bobardt, noting population density on the  peninsula averages about 30 people a  running mile. ..k     ^  "We're strictly governed by population  density."  He said the Halfmoon Bay expansion  will take the company to the outer limit of  its licence area,  Residents in the area, for the most part  concentrated along Redroofs Road,, now  receive two channels, but will have the full  range of channels 2'through 13 on completion of the expansion.  Recreation package confusing  ������From Page A-l  referendum before any construction  starts, and those which have been partially built.  Those which have been built: Hopkins  Landing Park and Gibsons pool. Tlibse  partially built: Thepender Harbour pool,  and the arena ln Sechelt. Thoso to be built,  should the referendum pass: Roberts  Creek hall, ond a playing Hold on  Redrooffs road;  bop," said Watson. Construction will be of  cinder blocks, much like a warehouse.  Showers and toilets will be the only extras  in tho building, he said.  The $20,000 for a playing field on  Redrooffs Road will be used to clear about  w acres of Crown land proposed for the  field. Clearing fees como to about $1,000 ap  acre, said Watsons  No funds Mil be uvallablo for park  nouncement, word" has it he will also  dropping out. That leaves the three'school  board spots wide open.  Brian Hodgins, a 37-year-b.ld Vancouver elementary school teacher who  lives on Bowen Island, is the only candidate to step forward so far.  ' Hodgins told the Times he will be  seeking the Bowen Island seat on school  board because of his "concern for  children".  He said" he would work hard to "keep  the proven positive gains in education  -from-more-affluent timesp'~but-rwpuld-  weed    out    ''expensive     unpiWen  educational aventures".  If elected he said he would attempt to  ensure educators go further in efforts to  personalize secondary schools and get  more parents involved toutheir children's  education.  Secondary schools should offer courses  which reflect job prospects In the area,  said Hodgins,  REGIONAL BOARD  No new candidates have stepped forward seeking a seat on tho Sunshine Coast  Regional Board, although plans are in the  works for at least one new face to Seek  election.  Area F director Bernle Mulligan told  the Times last week he will be stepping  down to support a new candidate.  "I've had enough of lt," said Mulligan,  Tho nnrk nt'iinnkin* IjmiMmi nnd tho   equipment unless clearing feescmSLJ& "Lfifln^<Jfijio..polnt.lnjvastlng.my.tlmo.l!.  pool ln Gibsons will bo bought by taxpayers through tho Regional District,  should voters accept the rocroatlon  package. The pool will cost $80,000 and tho  park $70,000.  In,addition, tho recreation package  proposes taxpayers will foot Uio bill for an  annual operating deficit of $38,000 for tho  pool. No deficit Is projected for tho park.  - .Whilo taxpayers will shell out $38,000 a  year In deficits for tho pool, Watson warns  Uie Regional Boord will keep a stern oyo  on budgets und not hnnd out tho yearly  deficit paymont without justification. This  holds for all projects with h proposed  deficit, said Watson.  The Pender Harbour pool, In tlio  basement of the now school, Is now 'par-  1 tlally built. Tlio basement contains a water  storage-tank to bo used ln case of fire at  tho school, With a vlow to using tho storago  ,oroa as a |iool, tho tank was built with a  sloping floor, said Watson.  With the school board kicking ln  $75,000, another $275,000, has been  budgetted to complete the pool, said  Watson,  The $200,000 budgetted for extension to  tho arena will go towards adding four  shoots of Ico for curling purposes. The  extension, said Watson, will mean tho  arona will not havo to bo shut down to  aHow for awltchoVers from skatlnglco to  curlljnflJcor-w���*���,^...���-^^.^--.^.!^*.--   rr  '    WWi^  will be tiscd to build a now community  hall, j  i "It won't bo anything fancy,, just a  "less"tlian i^iclpated, he said,  The projects, sold Watson, "atterftpt to  provido recreation facilities in the widest  variety and tho least cost and situated  geographically to bo used to tho best advantage," by Uie njost number of people.  ������ ������ ��� i ���wwW^.PX  Very handsome Jewel Cases, polished  wood exterior and rich velvet interior. A  truly lasting gift, ��� Miss Beo's, Secholt,  ]Hto charged tho board has taken on too  many functions and ls regulating more  people than was ever Intended.  He said he worked to change what he  saw as faults In the board's operations but  "found It was a fruitless task".  Ho declined to namo the candidate he  would be backing. Ho also declined to  elaborate on his criticism, saying he will  do so at a later date,, '  [.'!i*iWiW;!  Wii'iWW:  mi&  A 'A  tii  pkil  Wii  IT IS NOT NECESSARY:,.  to fonvc The l'cninftiiln ;  for Memorial Funeral Scrvicctr  Why doal with atrangora whon tho Ponlnsula frlonds aro alwayo  avallablo to glvo Immodiato sorvlco 24 houra a day  m  m  Wf  wi  \m,  1 '^V'l  m  P  %X7>7]  gov't inspected grade A beef  . ..lb.  gov't inspected grade A beef,  bone in  gov't inspected, cut up  gov't inspected, fresh  m Bl Si  Kadana, all purpose grind  Foremost  1 Ib. pkg.  Frozo, choice  grade  A  lge doz.  SuperValu, fancy  carrots  2 lb. pkg.  Nabob,  buttered, pancake &  2 1b. pkg.  syrup  SuperValu,  medium.  cheddar  cheese  w.  0Z   off  / U   regular  price  r  -r~..-���_���,,..  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Rdr.^u����Ani;' ,, ,j;;  DAIN DKVIJN, Director  , "7  it** <ti  ir     ���  Page A-4  The PeninsiJa Times  Wednesday, flct.JJtM8  imhmmM  Halfmoon Bay happenings  By rail and air  -By-AA0Fy-:Finkle/r885-9479  Sechelt notes  Blood and sweater  by Peggy Connor, 885-9547  ^A geritlemannot only left his blood at  the-re��ent blood donor clinic, but-he also  left a good sweater. A phone call to Mrs.  Charlotte Raines, 885-3457, wiU get the  i sweater back, but unless you have"  gleanings towards being a vampire or need  a transfusion, you won't get the blood  back. - -'     ���  Sechelt's   most   successful   clinic,  gathered 157 pints of blood and was.  sponsored by the Six Auxiliaries to St.  Mary's Hospital.  Chaired by Mrs. Charlotte Raines and  Mrs. Billie Steele assisting local nurses  who volunteered their time along with  auxiliary members. ,���  A lot of people gave so some could be  .  saved, take it easy and don't spill any of  the life saving fluid unnecessarily.  SACK TO THE SINAI DESERT  Mrs. Helen Moffat with daughter Kit  Nestman waved goodbye at the airport to  Lorraine Moffat, now Mrs. Ali Konori and  baby Jodi last Monday .-  Lorraine had come home to have her  baby in Canada, which_arrived at the  Lion's Gate Hospital on the day of Danny  and Kit Nestman's wedding anniversary,  August 6.  The couple enjoyed p wonderful trip  before leaving on a friend's 110 foot yacht  - on,Lake Washington. ---_       Lorraine spent her waiting months  visiting various membenfof TieFfamilyaT  Prince George, Sechelt and North Vancouver.  Lorraine is already skilled in a number  of languages, but returns to the iniversity  on the Sinai Desert where here husband  will continue his studies and she wiU add to  the many languages she speaks. Ali is an  Israelite from Bulgaria who converses in  many tongues, baby. Jodi could be a  master in languages before-she is in  ��� kindergarten.  B.C. HA REGIONAL MEETING  The Lower Mainland Regional Meeting  for the B.C. Hospital Auxiliaries was held  at the Van Deusen Gardens in Vancouver  Wednesday, October 11. The host  auxiliaiy; Grace Hospital, had arranged-  After spending iqany holidays over the  past years with their car, Hugh and Irene  Duff decided this year it was time' for a  change. So they planned to travel by. train,  and air to their, favourite spot in Florida.  Starting off on. September 7 they experienced their first set back when they  had to spend the night sleeping in the CPR  Station in yahcouver because a mammoth,  slide atEieldhad blocked the-line".���;���  an fatei^lnjffiayfo speakers ahd getting   gatherings   [  - together of the local auxiliaries.    '"'       "     Christmas  Attending from Sechelt were Billie  Steele, Lee Redman, Ada Dawe and  Charlotte Jackson, all finding it a most  > worthwhUe afternoon.  PLANT SALE   v  The Art Center BuUding Fund Committee, .a separate group from the Sunshine Coast Arts CouncU yet working for  the same purpose, had.an unbelievable  amount of garden surprises turned in for  their plant sale, October 7.  They cleared $643.06 at a gratifying  crowd-fUled haU at Wilson Creek Community grofflTdsr"'"""'',''"'       ���  Watch" for further  enterprising   group  offering a flea market forrSunday���October  22 at a huge parking area on Cowrie Street,  weather   fine,   and   in   the   Sechelt'  Elementary gym, if wet..  Bound to be aU kinds of treasures for  sale, come and enjoy the day from 9 a.m.  to late afternoon. If you wish* to rent a  space Uie fee is $5 and for a table another  $3. i  There will be food available in case  hunger strikes.  Events for  Seniors 69  By ROBERT FOXALL  This story is more to advise members  of upcoming events than to report on past  happenings. The regular monthly  meething wUl be held October 19 at 1:30  p.m. This will be an important meeting as  therWays and Means Cfeirman, Elizabeth  Derby wiU want to tie up ttie loose ends of  planning (if any) for the Fall Bazaar and*  Tea on October 28. It is expected that  Provincial President Evelyn Olsen will be  present at this meeting.      -  Fourth Thursday wiU be Oct. 26 with a  perioia^riJingo^torbe"foUowed-bjra-film-  showing. These two-events will be under  the direction of Jim Derby and Hugh Duff  respectively and, of- course, wiU be  foUqwed by the usual "Cuppa" and a lot of  visiting:1  Another interesting event is on tap for  November 1. We are to be visited by about  50 members of the PoweU River Seniors  Association. Lunch wiU be seryed at, 12  noon and will be foUowed'by variofisT en-"  tertainment. Cost, $1 ��� turn out in numbers, and enjoy our visitors.  To be noted on your calendars: the tea  honoring charter members wiU,be held on  Fourth Thursday, November 23.  Arrangements,are being made for entertainment   at   this   so   important   pinner ~will~ be   held  December 14 and in the usual course df  events our regular December meeting  should take place on December 21.  As though this was not enough to do,  Carpet Bowling will be held on Mondays  and dancing sessions on Wednesdays. Be  seeing you.  Next morning they, were1 bussed to the  airport for a PWA flight to CalgaryNjyhere,  they boarded their train for MohtreaOhe  meals on the train were good and  reasonably priced but as there was only  one menu, they Ijecame monotonous by the  third day of their trip. -,  In Montreal, they enjoyed a visit with  Irene's sister, Mabel Nolan and then  continued by train to -St.~John,~3ew.  Brunswick, travelling in comfort with a  luxurious bedroom. At St. John, they  caught the ferry, which crosses the Bay of  Fundy to Dibgy, Nova Scotia. This can be  a very rough trip but oh this particular day  it was calm, but wet and foggy.  At Digby, they embarked on what they '  decided must surely be" the noisiest train  ride in the world. Racing along at about  sixty miles ah hour, the engineer whistled  for every road, lane, sidewalk, pasture,  cow and gas station. The Duffs decided  ~ that the train must be hauled by nothing  less than one of the powerful Rocky  Mountain locomotives, but imagine their  surprise when the conductor- walked  through the front door of the train and they  saw no tender, no locomotive���in fact,  nothing in front" of them. They later  discovered they were on a diesel car  driven just like a street car.  They were entertained by friends in  Halifax and Dartmouth and found little  evidence of the much publicised economic  slump. In fact, they found Halifax to be a  real boom town with many new buildings  -and housesriinder-construction-and-park-  development along the waterfront. It is,  they claim, a far cry from the Halifax of  1939.  The next stage of their journey was by  Air Canada to Boston where they lunched  with friends at the top of the 52nd storey  Prudential BuUding. They flewlby Delta to  Tampa Florida which is one of the most  modern airports, with a shuttle service  which cuts down walking to a minimum.  At St. Petersburg, for many yqprs one  of their favourite hoUday spots, they spent  nine days in a very modern motel for the  reasonable rate of sixteen doUars a day.  Driving across to the Atlantic Coast,  they Visited New Smyrna Beach and Cape  Canaveral. On Daytona Beach, of race-  track fame, they drove for miles on hard,  flat sand and then parked to watch the  surfersridirig ih on waves thathad crossed  the Atlantic.  On their homeward journey, the Duffs  stayed in Toronto for a visit with Betty  Churchill, a former resident of Halfmoon  Bay, who stiU retains a keen interest in the  Sunshine Coast;  She is stiU a faithful.supporter of the  Halfmoon;#ay Hospital Auxihary and a  regular reader of the Peninsula .Times.  Shesends>greetingsto aU her old friends.-  Th^rflight from.Toronto to Vancouver  was crowded with, Honda dealers from  Montreal and other parts of Quebec, who  were on their way to a convention at the  Hotel Vancouver. They proved to be a  lively and friendly \group of people and  helped pass the trip pleasantly.  ���  The Duffs' car, which they had left iii  Vancouver for a paint job, was not ready  when they arrived back, but they were  offered the loan of "The Happy Face Car",  a Volkswagen with the smUing face of a'  woman painted on the front and back and  with VW advertising on the sides. Much to  -the surprise of the service manager* they  accepted it and drove it out to Clearbrook  to visit their son, Donald, who was even  more surprised and, in fact, quite shocked  by the arrival of his not-so-young parents  in such a psychadehc contraption.  Next day after exchanging Uie Happy  Face car for their own VW "Orange  Blossom", they .returned to Welcome  Beach, which was reaUy welcoming with a  delicious dinner prepared by their  daughter-in-law, Hazel Berthelet.  Area "B" Settlement Plan  The committee elected to prepare a  Settlement Plan for Area "B" held its first  meeting on October .11 under the chairmanship of Larry Reardon. The committee arranged tp meet at the Regional  District office at 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday,  October 24 and subsequently at two week  intervals. Members of the public wiU be  welcome to attend the meetings.  Sick List  Ross Conquest who has been receiving  treatment in Holy Family Hospital, has  been transferred -back - to -St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt. Ed. Edmunds, who is  recovering from his recent faU, has had  visits from many of his friends and  relatives.  Among his visitors have been his  daughter, Marion FoUey with husband  Doug, from Chase, Micky Hills of  Nanaimo, Jim and Florence Weir of  Burnaby, grandchildren George and JiU  Weir and Sina and Ian Tycho and three  Great-grandchUdren.  Pilch-ln  nd Smile  His daughter, Peggy Ayer and husband  Chuck have been frequent visitors in  between settling into their new home  which they have buUt on the former Boss  property at Seacrest.  activities as this  works   towards  finishing their new building.  AREA "B*' SETTLEMENT PLANT    ,  The first group meeting of the Area  "B" settlement plan was held October 11  at the Regional Board Office.  Representatives covering the whole of  Area "B" were present, electing Larry  Reardon as chairman, Bob Forrester as  vice-chairman and Judy Malnarek,  secretary.  Their next meeting will be October 24, a  Tuesday night, so get your suggestions,'  ideas or whatever to your local ear to help  satisfy all needs of the people in your area,  regards to planning. ���     . ��� .  West Sechelt ears are, Art McPhee and  WOMAN TALK       -.",  Forty women attended a , luncheon at  the Parthenon on the watorfront at  Sechelt, Thursday, October 12. The reason  for getting together wos simply Just that,  an opportunity provided for tho very now  and old workers to meet ono and other, In a  sociable got together."  Emily Campbell and Marie Hoffar  hosted and mado all artangomonta. Tho  ladles present saluted oho of'their box on  hor now position of Notary Public, gained  through her studious efforts. Her offlco Is  In Tho Dock Mali. '    ;  CHAMBER OF COMMERCE '  Keep November 4th free If you wish to  honor that deserving Jody, Mrs, Mario  Montgomery, as Citizen of the Year, The  Chamber of Commerce will hold its  honoring banquet that night at^ho Par-  Uionon,  HUNTERS ENRAGED  ,Tho now hunting regulations have  annoyed regular hunters no' end, aa  without a seeming rhyme or reason, areas  are closed and opened" contrary to othor  years,.Thoughtscoding jtown. from ..the  north indicate that tho government might,  aa weU declare It a Crown corporaUon and  sell the game to the Americans, Tho high  license fees being charged lor Americans  to hunt in B.C, has caught Uio eye of the   ''  lmmem^nd^otwto'',th68fr''��lMr8<io1rt(r"''"  harvest tholr winter meat,  GIANT FLEA MARKET     ,  .  Tlio Secholt Cb'arpbor of Commerce; Is  i  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTICE  Parks and Recreation Proposal  A public information meeting will be held In Gibsons as follows:  Gibsons Municipal Council Chambers -located below the  '"���-.; Ambulance Building, South Fletcher Street  j Wednesday, October 25,1978  "������ ' 7:30p.m. ' ,    4  Sponsors of proposals and Board representatives will be in attendance to answer questions .from the public.  Parks and Recreation Committee  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES  LTD.  883-2722  4*** ftk**tt-'i(*-'#- iWMW-Hfe^-^'i^!* WW-^  ���*/w*i  $��lVW*iWM^*-p*^p��^W  HOLIDAY  MARKET  Has a wide  assortment of...  FAMILY FIREWORKS  at Low, Low Prices  ���*^K^^L"......... "'���>���-���**j,;, ���        "'-���  "���"   "   Jwmm  ANADIAN  Support YOUR COMMUNITY-SUPPORT CNIB  "ADVANCEMENT FOR BUND PEOPLE CAN ONLY  BE HELPED THROUGH YOUR SUPPORT."  OCTOBER 16th through 21st.  Watch for the canvassers in your area.  ����*���_,,  DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY YEAR"  60 years of helping  ��wSil3^-wp.*!4*��t^^  ,.v.���r.,.  '_*"-'< ��pp.l-��,��, ,,  mmmm.  I  .���^m^mrmmmtit^r^^^mm. mmmmkk>^ 3ml*mHr*mJI$i*  )"���   }  nvgft ifti"��i  r.r;  ^-��J.  ...,r* .ml..:��f".  txfwt rw����H��Wtl��i| *��ii iWWyi.-nfWiatr��^##  ��nBiwVi��H'6riwaMsw��w   WW**    ti'-eet*  it�� ^cflMW����C<"��H"i>W''*W����'*W ��>*��*��*�� s*WPif ����� "A  ���wew��>��i��^W'-ft��^w^'*^^  t mm   4i     "    *       ���'  \     "  t\>        s ���v.'      \  -<TT  ...il ��� v.   ���  tmp  X���  y  rT-  y t'-   -i"  ' ' -\  Happenings around the harbour  Fa 11 rec rediff��n^ p rogf a m s  J _B^U>iMS-Edv^Fdsoiv883-230(  1*9  Monday 9:30���11:30 a.m. ��� Exercises  for people oyer 60 ,��� Medical Clinic.  Monday 4���6 p.m. Jr. Badminton ��� P.Hr.  High School Gym. Monday 7:30���10 p.m.  Adult Badminton ��� P.H. High School  Gym. Monday 7:30���10,'p.m. Drama-Glub���2625,-Please help them makfrtWS^azaar a  in  library,* at  Madeira -Park  School,   success. Donations of sewing, knitting or  Tuesday 6���10 p.m. Gymnastics (6^-16 - crocheting would be greatly-apprecial  yrs.) at Sechelt Gym. Wednesday 7���9 "Lead-ALTO SAX PLAYER  Harbour auxiliary meets  -Ihe Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  :PageA-5  Pender Harbour ^Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital held its October meeting  in the Legion HaU Oct. 11 with 15 members  present.  for executive for the next meeting on Novr  a.  Annual general meeting and luncheon  wiU be held in Lion's HaU on Nov. 22 at 11  Crafts Show, plus Bazaar Saturday  December 2 sponsored by the Pender  Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary. If you  wish |o exhibit crafts please register with  Doreen Lee* 883-2283 or Violet Evans 883-  *k_  p.m. Gymnastics at P.H. High School.  Thursday\9:30���11:30 a.m. Yoga at -  Medical Clinic. Thursday 7:30���8:30 p.m.  is the popular Ladies Aerobics (keep fit by  dancing) held in the Madeira Park Gym.  Thursday 7:30���10 p.m. Men's BasketbaU  ��� P.H. High School Gym. Friday 10���11  a.m. Ladies'jVerobics ��� place to be announced. Sunday 7:30���10 p.m. there wUl  be mixed activities starting October 22 at  P.H: High^chool Gym.  More Chaperones are needed for a  Friday Night Ice Skating Session,  especiaUy for teens. If you would like to  . help or drive bus occasionaUy, please  , contact. Robi Peters 883-9923.' Betty..  Lacroix-^83-2435 is the gal to contact if-=  you are interested in Ladies Soccer! The  Top Bananas have five home games at  ��� Pender Harbour High School Sundays at 12  p.m. Come and support your local team.  Remember they are like Maclionalds���  they do it all for you. Don't let the word  ^^AEROBICV-putyou off from joining the  ladies keep fit by dancing class, it's a fun  class, comprised of exercise and dancing  to music at the Madeira ParkGym at 7:30  p.m. Anyone interested in the latest fad of  Disco dancing, there is a possible chance  of lessions, we need -at least 40 people,  . please contact me at 883-2308 or 883-9632.  PENDER_ _ HARBOUR     HOSPITAL  AUXILIARY BAZAAR rf  A7very successful Bazaar was held at  the^ Legion HaU on Saturday- afternoon -  Vand the P.H. Ladies" Auxiliary^ to /St.  Mary's Hospital wish to thank aU those  who gave their support. Winners of the Big  ���Raffle^JackJalynes^llfl^LJeanJPate^n^  ,$50 and Sunni Charbonneau $25. Grocery  Hamper���Irene Temple. Afghan���Sunni  Charbonneau, ^Cushion���Ann Hewitt.  Sweater and Hat���Gail Ralston. Elephant  Family���Lou FareU, Tea- Prize���GaU  Ralston.  ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW  ..Yes! There is going to be an Arts and  MORE ABOUT ...  The Harbour Lights Band at Pe  Harbour are in need of a lead alto?  musician. Also any horn, trombone  other type instrumental players won  appreciated. Practice night is on Sunc  7:30 at the Legion HaU or phone 883-9211.  COMMUNITY CLUB BINGO   '-  The Pencjer Harbour Community Club  Bingo will be having an Padded attraction'  at their Thursday Night Bingos. This is a  Reno" Trip (7 Days) if won in 51 calls.  Otherwise it progresses to 52 calls the next  week. Regular jackpot is $100, to go each  week. October 19 is the Bingo to come to.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  l?;iHallbweenJ;Masquerade-Dance on  Saturday,' October 28, no admission  charged. The more costumes the better a?  it makes for a fun fUled evening and there  are prizes for the best original, comical  and others. Music will be by the Harbour  Lites.and the time for aU the action is 9  p.m. The Dart J^eague has started atthe  Legion ori "^Thursday eyening arid also  Horsecollar on Tuesday evenings. Anyone  who lik^s shuffleboard is welcome to come  -and play, this 51 game. The Ladies  Auxiliary \to Br. 112 R.C, Legion are  having a-Smorgasbord and Dance on  Saturday.yNovember 4 with music by  Lome JTones andhisBand:  DINING PLACES AND THE HOURS FOR  WINTER:  Tammy's, Earls Cove ��� 'open 365  days���hburs^U a.nvto 10:30 p.m. --  Colonel Flounders, Garden  Bay���11  a.m. to 7 p.m.-Closed Wednesdays.        y  Tiki Take outr- Madeira Park���IGA  Shannon  ���From Page A-l  , At the tiriibof the-murder Shannon was  a-fugitive from justice in the U.S. He'd  escaped   in 1971  from - Oregon - State  ~ Penitentiary-where-he'd-served-seven-  - _year_sofa_14ryeartennforarmedrobbery  and assault with intent to kill.  It was whUe in prison in Oregon that he  was analyzed and diagnosed as a "pre-  psychotic" or "psychopath".  However, Dr. Ellsworth, an expert  witness caUed by defence counsel Michael,'  Bolton, disagreed with that description of  Shannon. He said he'd worked with  Shannon in group therapy for two years at  the prison and found him responsive to  Intensive psychotherapy.        ., " \,  A true psychopath, Ellsworth said, is  Incurable and unrehabiUtable afld Shan-  r~, non would "have" demonstrated11 no -Improvement and response to therapy if the  diagnosis bad been valid. He said Shannon  was capable of feeUng remorse arid had  demonstrated a conscientious and corn-  passionate nature which were Inconsistent  with his being a psychopath.   ���  Bolton produced letters In support of  this description of Shannon as sensitive  and compassionate from people he'd  worked with as counsellor at the Narcotics  Addiction Foundation in Port Coquitlam  after his escape to Canada In 1971.  Ellsworth said he preferred to call  v Shannon socially maladjusted without iariy  manifestations of mental disorder and felt  thathls prospects for rehabilitation were  still good. Ho admitted Uiat Shannon  ..., Jtol?A/^Wly.o.tetUlty ap(l���robolllon^  agalast authority figures" but onco ho got  over his "bod feelings over being incarcerated" ho would? participate and cooperate In programs. N  He cited Shannon's performance ln tho  special education program at Uio Oregon  State, Penitentiary as an example.  Shannoa had boon released to a halfway  , houso.to attondiho,University of Oregon..  ond obtain a B.A.  Ho said Shannon had been registering  to toko his Master's Degree when ho was  denied parole nnd sentenced to on additional year for stealing a car,  Ellsworth attributed Shannon's escape  shortly thereof tor to,tho philosophy of the  program at the Oregon prison to "do youc*  own thing" and troubles in Ws relationship  i   with his girlfriend, ,  hours..   " ..  P.H. Hotel Cafe, Madeira Park, new  management, ph. 883-9013.  RC Legion Br. 112 Kitchen, Madeira  Park, 11:30-6, Mon. to Fri. 12-7,Fri. and  Sat. . -       ���   ���  Lord Jim's Lodge and Restaurant, Oles  Cove���Dinners 6 to 8:30 p.m., reservations  needed. Closed at the end of the month. _  Leased out to private parties. Booked soUd  till February.  Ruby Lake Restaurant, ph. 883-9453.  Irvines Landing Cafe ��� open Sat. and  Sun. 8 a.m.-9:30 pi.m, only. *  *-"#'' Garden * Efaf Kestaurant���no* -ith  formation, ph. 883-9919..  This "survey~was done- by request"of"  -visitors-to the-Harbour.  _ - ���   AREA E DIRECTOR George Gibb  examines a piece of. Conwed, a  floating substance which absorbs, oil  but not water and is used in the cleanup of oil spills.  MORE ABOUT ....  ���Storage hazard  ���From Page A-l      _  industries in the area_���fishing, forestry,  tourisiri,���they aU would be affected by a  spUl," he said.  PubUc safety was cited as a major  concern, in regards to the transport of  hazardous materials such as radioactive  substances and chlorine gas.  McPhee said that the miU in PoweU  River does use radioactive materials, but  said he has been assured these substances  are not trucked through the peninsula.  Chlorine is regularly transported  through the peninsula by land and sea, and  the area experienced a. spiU of four  chlorine-fiUed raUway tankers in Welcome  Pass two years ago.  According to McPhee the tanks are  somewhere in the pass, below 120 feet. He  says he has been told that at that depth the  content's of the. tanks wttl remain as a  Jiquid and poses a "great deal less  hazard" than is thought.  "To the best of my knowledge the case  is closed," said McPhee. He said a search  conducted by the Ministry of Transport.  was unsuccessful in locating the tanks.  He said a far more frightening incident  occurred over the summer at the Gibsons  wharf when 10 chlorine tanks, the property  -of-SCRDr-was -left���unattended���for-~a-  weekend, while chUdren played on and  near the tanks.  "They're just bombs waiting to go off,"  said McPhee.  "We're reaUy not trying to scare  anybody with this knowledge," said  Nicholson, "but people really should know  where the dangers are."  One of-the dangers isvthe SheU OU-  f aciUty in the heart of Lower GibsflnSjjaitf  Nicholson. Thr130-year-old tanks have  been exposed to salt water for that period  . and are near stores and marinas, he said.  In the event of a spiU, says Nicholson,  orie'eigarette butt could wipe out the entire,  lower part of Gibsons. ' ^  ~   "It's not an" exaggeration," says-  ~Nicholson.-"That's-the reality,"   The meeting was opened by EUeen  Alexander, president. After the' minutes  by Flora Sim and ..the treasurer's report by  Cathy McQuitiy, the reports were given by  chair-persons. Jean Prest reported for coordinating councU.  Doreen Webb reported for crafts with a  Thankiyou"~tcraU_theT)eople-who-so~  generously donated work for the bazaar.  Further discussion took- place' on  arrangements for the bazaar on October  14.  Mrs. Prest gave a report on some of the  needs of the hospital for patient comfort.  The auxiliary decided to purchase for  hospital use the foUowing: 4 electric  razors, 3 capes, 1 tray and 1 gallon of  shampoo for hairdressing, 1 dozen trays of  each size for plants, 6 dozen soap dishes, 6  dozen mouthwash dishes and a .bed and  table unit for emergency. Mrs. Prest was  asked to find out further from the  physiotherapy dept. of some of its needs  for the future.  Flora Sim gave an interesting account  of'her visit to .the spring convention in  Vancouver.  Jean Patterson askecLfor nominations  a.m. Helen "RobiHsoh to cater. A booklet  "History of the Six Auxiliaries to St.  Mary's Hospital" was distributed among  members. '  Meeting adjourned with the serving of  tea.  Walk, jog, run, skate, ski,  swim, paddle, pedal(. -don't  , let life, catchyou witf-  your head down.  X  Fitness is fun.  Try some\  pamtupatTion  Ministry of Human Resources  RE: POSTAL STRIKE  All Federaland Provincial government cheques  will be brought to this office, fcheck next,week's  Jocal papers for pick-up instructions. If no strike,  cheques will be mailed to you. Please fry to avoid  telephoning this office.  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IGA SOFT MARGARINE nb. tub  IGA GRADE 'A' LARGE EGGS  IGA PURE APPLE JUICE bo,  IGA BLUE POWDERED DETERGENT sib..  IGA LIQUID BLEACH us ox.   SUNBEAM CRACKED WHEAT BREAD MUw  FIVE ROSES FLOUR ok, $389  IGA CHEESE SLICES        one  Regular or Nippy, 8 oz.,  /..     *  i  > ,i  <  ���  f*i>i>i->ti*ii  *  i  i, t i  >  ���  ���  �� t -t  *  (  ��� ���  *  ���  i  i ��' *  i  ttii(��tii��*i*-i  ^ "'  RHODES BREAD DOUGH  Whlt�� or VVhob Wh��a*  39  5 Loavai  iii**i  PRODUCE  i t  CHIQUITA BANANAS  $100  O iDAi   ���  i  i  i  i  *  ���  ��  l  * Ml  Pr��ih  CALIFORNIA BROCCOLI  v- :   49c -; ��������  im#   i t i ��� ��� i i ��� i i ��� i i i     \m mmr  ' B.C. Grown  SQUASH HUBBARD  \      vi \ ���  *\\\<{\  ���WI \\  IP*    I    I    I    I    I    I    (   ���    I    I    ��    ��   I  t^VJ  PENDER 4IAR00UR CENTRE  Madeira Park#8o3-9lU0 ,  \ \\\ v M  iM \\ \   t    ��   \>     '-\ '  \f4  PrkM ���ftoctlv* October 19th-21it  �� p-sf \  V      -,-      *      rv    (  nf. A��  wdv*����i(i*i  r*#>ii&mi>ri.a* *i#4x~t   ���*-    #f��w.  \i  I a  Vi  'I.    1,1 , ;  .\..���.  "j  y^.  ��� L  y.  -*%Sr~  ���\   ���'������rr~y  7 twenty-one-year-old Wendy L Edna  Gibson of Gibsons was awarded a one-year  suspended sentence" October 12 after  pleading guilty to possession of stolen  jM^rtyandwasjH^  trouble" "by Provincial Court Judge J.S.P.  Johnson.  Gibson pleaded guilty August 23 to the  charge after being found in possession of  several stolen household items earlier this  year. Johnson^at the time, ordered a presentence'report.   Johnson said last' week Gibson,  a  waitress, has led a "misdirected life  rather than one of. .habitual crime" but  said she seemed to be relating to people on ~  the narrow side of the law.  ."This is a very serious offence ��� you  have had a difficulty and now it's up to you  to direct your life," he told Gibson.  "Behaveyourself and'siay out of trouble.'^  Gibson was also ordered to do 100 hours,  community work service.  A 27-year-old Coquitlam mechanic was  sentenced to 30 days in jail after pleading  guilty to impaired driving.  David "Dick Demsey was found by  police June 18 warming up his motorcycle  in the Sechelt Legion parking lot and was  warned not to drive because of his impaired condition.  Police saw him driving across Wharf.  St. ten minutes later. He was stopped and  told to lock up his bike. He fell over while  trying to lock the machine,, said police.  Demsey later provided police with a  breath sample of .22.  The conviction is Demsey's third  drinking-driving offence. The judge said  Demsey can serve his time intermittently  on weekends at the Lower: Mainland  Correctional Centre.  Vera Harry, a 24-year-old former  Sechelt resident, was awarded a six-month  suspended sentence after pleading guilty  to forging a cheque.  . Harry wrote a cheque for $30 at theRed  and White Store March 21 using her  sister's signature. She explained that she  had been babysitting her sister's children,  and needed the money to buy diapers and  milk.  nets one-year sentence  .Lorraine Joe, Harry's sister, however, Harry, said the matter is really a'"family * and told the Vancouver woman that while  said that there were enough diapers anfl dispute" and that she had repaid her forgery is a very serious offence "the  mUk in the house already. -'sister. ,' greatest punishment is tftet she now has a  Charles Stein, speaking on behalf of       Johnson issued the suspended sentence   criminal record."  **���  Clean Up Vour Act _  Pit<h-ln78  J.-'r        ��� tiM,  .t>\)iK-- J   ���������_ ptiM'j.  STUDENTS TO ATTEND KING TUT EXHIBIT  As many bf you may already know, many of the Grades 6 and 7 student* frorn  the Peninsula are going to Seattle on October 23rd andj24fb to see the King Tut  JfcWML-^- U���..._-_    '��� -    ��� - *���  From Longdate, Mr. Jacob's ^ass is going. Ms. Parker's and Mr. Wotmore's class  from Roberts Creek Is also going. The following teachers are taking classes from  Gibsons Elementary: Mr. Douglas, Ms. Allan, Ms. Page, Mr. Stevens, and Mr. Loyvden.  From Madeira Park, Mrs. Skapskl's class Is going, as well as Mr. Wohlberg's, Mr.  Hercus', Mr. Llzeo's and "Mr. Gray's classes from Sochelt Elementary.   ...  As well as seeing the King Tut Exhibit, the following sights are also included:  the monorail, the underground city, the Science Centre, and the Boeing 747 Plant.  Witch Pinkie Tom* Is going to a party, but her clothes are whit*I  SO.,, will YOU colour her for ut? "  It's almost Halloween I Hare are a faw Hallo weeny things for you to  do. We'll have more next week. Remember, this Is a page BY and  FOR us, KIDS, so why don't you send us some things lor the paper.  How about some Halloween pictures and stories. Or puzzles or  poems or a story about what your class or school Is doing? Anything  that you've done;'  Our address Is: HEY KIDS, Box 310, Sechelt  See you next week!  MAKE IT!  CHEESEY PRETZELS  You Need!��� ���  ^WHiMiM KtHt-N* Ma  1 1/2 cOpt flour "  2/3 cup milk,  v 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese..      ',��,  2 tbsp, softened butter  2 tsp. baking powder               ���                 .  1 tsp sugar   ���������)'-. coarse salt ���'������������',    '   ''*���.       '���'���  '    ��� .''���*��   ' :"-7-  '  Heat ovon to 400 dogreos. Grease cookie sheet with shortening, Mix all Ingredient*  except egg andicoorso salt In a bowl until It forms a soft dough. Cut tho dough In half  and roll out half the dough Into a 12x8" rectangle. Cut the rectangle Into 12 one Inch  strip's and fold each In half. Twist strips and fold each In half, Twist strips Into pretzel  shapes |e: (twist In the middle), Peat egg and dab on pretzels. Sprinkle  with Coarse salt. Bake 20-23 mlns, for thick pretzels, 12-15 mlns, for thin pretzels,  Repeat process with second half of dough, '  '���-,,,        _ From Susan McKibbin  Here is a tasty snack you can prepare or have your parents help you  on Saturday.  A HALLOWEEN  WORD-0-GRAM  CAN YOU  FIND ALL  THESE WORDS? If  Gr  L  A  S  B  u  P  p  A  w  0  P  &  T  fr  f  :F  ~&k.  *  ���jih  ���f-  s7  K  A7  '-��,'  A  P  f  c  e  r  M  ��  o  O  s  a  t  K  A  Y  e  t~  fi  5  6  o  r  A'  Y  A  L  L  0  L\  k;  &  A  M  n  f  ft  *  1  6  '-t-  r  1  f  c  r,  9  f  A  Y  A  L  &  A  */  0  K  L.  N  f  f  A  '.to  P  o  N  f  tm  A  O  S  A  &  e  H  t  c  vJ  i  T  c  H  T  Y  T  <ar  o~  0~  r~  A  ��  A  T  0  k  e  c  0  W  'im"  ���7i.  :*���������  i  ��  T  L  *  p  *  Ra  A  b  r  A"  4  A  fit  ��  \f  CLUES:  apple*  bags  Big [event]  Boo,-  broom  candy  cat  cold  cost  dark  fall  ...ghOSt mmm-  .m..mm**,mr.<i.,H  DID YOU KNOW???  In Nebraska, It's against the law for a tavern koepor to sell beer  unless he's cooking soup at the samo time.  In Massachusatto, It's against the law to oat peanuts In church,  That an animal may bo sont to |al| In Illinois.  MIGRATION  In the fall you may see many birds flying overhead oh  their way south. Here are some of the interesting facts  about birds you may have seen or heard of,  gory  Halloween  host  hold  late  lots .  luck      ,  mask  monster  moon   "���-���������������  pal  i paw  pay    i  play  pet  P��*   ,.'  pumpkin pie  scary  sick  soot  trick  treat  Tiies.  -witch ������  yelp  THE DUCK  Tha duck Is a bird with a thick body covered with waterproof feathers,  ducks have webbed feet and are related to geese and swans, But ducks  have shorter necks and wlpgs and flatter bllU and they quack or  whistle rather than honk, Male ducks are called drakes and lomalos  <    are called ducks, Ducks live near rivers, lakes and oceans, In muddy  ��� tropical lowlaiic(i, and on thsprdlrlei and mountain marshes,  1 Most ducks live In flacks,when they are migrating or at their wintering       ';���  grounds. In late summer large flocks of younQ and old ducks gather on  large lakes, marshes or shallow places lA the ocean. There they molt,  The ducks )dsf all fhelr,flight* leathers at once and cannot fly, After  molting the flocks migrate south. They are found breeding as far north ...   .^.  . Florida, Th#y can bm fauna f6 <ar ��Owfh otlh* W����t lr*dlw,ww',v"^"  i tpm.  IRUbF THRO/VTEI> HU^/UVU^io��IRD  This Interesting bird of the eastern United States Is  one of tha smallest, birds known. Its first cQusIn^ the  Calliope hummingbird of California, reaches a size of  three Inches, whereas the Ruby throat grows to bo  four Inches In length. They are the best filers In blr-  dland, They can fly straight up or down, forward or  backward, and If necessary can hover In one spot for  many minutes, Their short wings move so fast they  appear to be a blur,    ���    T,lny hummingbirds fly d distance of several hundred  ,miles nonstop to their winter* homes. The Pacific  Plover migrates a distance of 2,000 miles from Alaska  Jo Hawaii. The Arctic,tern travels U,000 mile* one  way from tha Arctic Circle to the Antarctic qnd then  returhs, At the other extreme are birds that simply  migrate from cold mountain slopes to warmer valleys  In the Winter,  THE MIGRATION Op THE GOOSE  "The Cariaclfli Goose is the best-knovyn goose of North  Amarica, It has a broad ytbWm band that goetf across  Its- throat and cheeks. The Canada Goose builds Its  nest on a low mound In a marsh, Th* nest Is made of  grass and leaves and lined with down' Tha Canada  the United States, Sbmetlmtl We can see Ihe Canada  Ooose fly by, If you go down to th* marsh at Tyee you  dan*** them taking a rest alth* marsh, ^  ���0MMDN*  M0MMM  ���MsapSMH  .*a(|-,nw,j��-rt���j-.-irt-.l:,jMi ��*,, i  s��  I   iT  i ,"        '  <<rr'r--.i" 11     "V  "j.   ,._.........  - "   "-wxivy,,, ������� %&?:..[���'?��"  "   "  fsj ��p| �� Mi*tlmiW*r (HW^-SiKBdH**!* '  WtftoS    j��#'��kW"'#'�� fc  ll 1 /.;  -. r  \  .-!--.--  .,*��� ,'  ^  1  "  f  \  Wednesday, October 18  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL *  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  :haNne  L Tl  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  UlOO  12:30  1:30  Switzer,  Search for Tom.  -Bob-McLean  - Cont'd.-  All My Children  Cont'd.  _ Je_To-Uve���  Cont'd.  Hollywood Sqs.  Days of  -Our���Llveg   The Doctors "  News  Ida Clarkson  -Marcus���Welby-  Cont'd.  News  As the  -World���Turns-  Guiding Light  .News .  Movie:  -^Hunt���For-A-  Girl"  Specials  Cont'd.  -Art-Start-  News  Adam-12  -Movie: -  Spinning Stories   "Robbery"  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Edge of.,Night  High Hopes  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  General  Hospital  Edge of Night  Boomerang  Another    "  World-  Movie:  "Minute  To  Adam-12  T.B4-  Take ^30  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd.  M.A.SrH.  Dinah  Cont'd.  Another  World .  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Stories  Book, Look, Lis.  Over Easy  Book Beat  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana Splits  Dr. In House  All in Family  -Crosswits   M.A.S.H.  AU My ChUdren  CqntU   "Vancouver   ���  Cont'd.  Dating Game  Tic Tac Dough  Match Game  Jeannie  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Just -William  For Kids  Goodies  All In Family  $6,000,000 Man  Cont'd.  News,     - ���  Cont'd.  Pray,  Sec.  To Die"  Pre-game  .World .Series.-  Bionic  Woman  Sanford & Son  _��ews��� '���  Everyday  T.B.A.  News  Cont'd. _���_  Price is Right  Cont'd.  Hollywood   '  .Hockey:.   Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  ��� Electric- Co. - -  Super Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love I.ucy  -Part.-Family-   6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Muppeta   Cont'd. Cont'd.  Cont'd. Cont'd.  PiM.   Northwest Cont'd.  Animals Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Star Trek  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore'  Tell the,Truth  Jokers Wild  Vancouver at  Minnesota  ��� Cont'd.  Cont'd.    .   _  Blue Marble  Dick Cavett,  N-6WS  Regional Perrin  Brady Bunch  My 3 Sons  Hogan's* Heroes  Bob Newhart  Funorama  Gilligan's  Island  My 3 Sons -  -I Love-Lucy-  Cont'd.  Part. FamUy  Going Places  Spiderman  Andy Griffith.  Gong Show  Joker's  WUd  -Wives of- Pat.  Little Rascals  Part. Family  Petti. Junction  Hollywood;-Sqsr-  Carol 'Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  -Cont'd.   8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Friends of  Endless  Day  Musicamera  Cont'd.  & Is Enough  Cont'd.  Charlie's Angels  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Movie: .  "Night Of  The Iguana"  Friends. Of  Endless Day  Musicamera  Cont'd.  Rich iMan;  Poor Man  Movie:  "McLlntock"  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Rhoda :   - \  Watson Report  News <  Cont'd.  Vega$  Cont'4;  News  Police Woman  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Tonight Show  Sha Na Na  Watson  Report  News  Cont'd, -  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  .  Late Movie  T.B.A.  .Wins day  Charlie's  Cont'd.  Lifeline  Cont'd.  Cont'd. .  News   ���-  Angels  Marie Curie  Cont'd.  Performance  Cont'd.  Jane - Goodall  Cont'd. '  Saboteurs of  ^Telemark ���  Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd: >  Bing Crosby:  His Life &  Cont'd.  News Makers  Scenes From  Marriage   News  Love Experts  Gong Show  Outer Limits  Britain's  Finest  Hours  Love Experts  Late Movie  Legend"  Cont'd..  Sports Page  Cont'd.     "  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page A-7  Pearsall appointed  fisheries secretary  Thursday, October 19  L  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4 .  CHANNEL'S  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8��  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11   .  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Switzer  All My ChUdren  Hollywood Sqs.  News  News        y  News-  Cinematic  Eye  News,    ���  Dr. in House  All  My  12:30  Search for Tom.  Cont'd.  Days of  -'Ida Clarkson  As the     ft  Movle:  Music Place  Adara-12  All in Family  Children -  1:00  Bob .McLean :-  1 Life To Uve  ^Dur .Lives  Marcus Welby  World Turns ���  Man Who  All About You  ' Movie:  Crosswits  .Vancouver  1:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.           -    .  The  Doctors .  Cont'd. ���  Guidin&rElght  Cried Wolf-  Word Shop  Dear Dead  M.A.S.H.    ���  Cont'd.  2:00  Edge of Night  General  Another  Can. Schools  Cont'ijr   ���  Another  World  Art Cart  Delilah            -  Dating Game  Tic Tac Defejzhfc  Cont'd.  2:30  High Hopes  Take 30  Hospital  World  High Hopes  Take 30  m.a.s!h.  Cont'd. <  Teenagers  Cont'd.  agoing Places  3:00  Edge of Night  Movie:  Dinah  Alan Hamel  Over Easy  Popeye  Match Game^Sp  ��*tws  3:30  Celebrity Cooks  Treehouse  Up Periscope  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd.  Cont'd. .  Julia Child  Banana Splits  Jeannie -���- - \  Cartoons  4:00  JUst William  $6,000,000 Man  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Bionic  Woman  Everyday  ContM.  .Price is Right  Sesame Street  Super  Stars  Funorama            ���  k Battle Planets  4:30  What's New  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Leave to Beaver  Gilligan's Island  Part.  Family  5:00  Goodies      -    -  Newi  Carol   Burrifett  Sanford & Son  News  $6,000,000 Man  Mr. Rogers  I Love  Lucy  My 3 Sons ~ ���  Petti. Junction  5:30  All in FamUy  Cont'd.  News  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Electric Co.  Part. FamUy  I Love Lucy  Hollywood  Sqs.  4:00  News    ,    '  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  . Blue  Marble     -  Brady Bunch  My 3 Sons ���  Andy Griffiths  Carol   Burnett  6:30  Cont'd.  ��� Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  - Cont'd.  Dick Cavett  Gong Show  Bob Newhart  7:00  Mary T. -Moore  P.- M. Nothwest  Seattle  Movie:  Newlywed Game  Stars on Ice  News  Hogan's  Heroes  Joker's Wild  Vancouver  7:30  Trivia  Quiz  Expl.  N.W,  Match Game  Cotton Comes  Joker's  WUd  Patsy GaUant  Newsmakers  Bob Newhart  On the Buses  Cont'd.  8:00  Barney MUler  Mork & Mindy  Project   U.F.O.  to Harlem  The  Waltons  Project   U.F.O.  Nova  Donna Fargo "  Newlywed Game  Cont'd.  8:30  King Kenslng.  Happening?  Cont'd. ,  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd  Cont'd.  Marty Robbins  Merv Griffin"  Cont'd.  9:00  Canadian  Barney Miller  Quincy  Cont'd.  Hawaii 5-0  Hawaii  5-0  Live lt Up     -  Rush  Dolly  Cont'd.  Welcome Kotter  9:30  Express.  Soap  Cont'd.  Cont'd.     .  Soap  Cont'd.  Pop Country  Cont'd.  People  10:00  W.E.B.  FamUy  Sword1 of  Barnaby   Jones  Barnaby   Jones  -Family  Cont'd.  2 Ronnies  News  Britain's  Capra          ,  10:30  Cont'd -  Cont'd,  Justice  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Visions  Love Experts  Finest Hours-  Cont'd.  11:00  National News  r News  News  News  News  - News              i  Cont'd.  Odd .Couple  Love Experts   '  Sports Page  Cont'd. -  11:30  Night  Final  Starsky,   Hutch  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  ' Late Movie  Neve  Cont'd.  Gong Show  M.A.S.H.  Friday, October 20  CHANNEL 2  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Switzer  Search for Tom.  Bob  McLean  Cont'd.  CHANNEL 4    C^NNEL 5    CHANNELS  CHANNEL 7  AH My ChUdren  Cont'd.  1 Life To Live  Cont'd.  Hollywood Sqs.  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  News  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby .  Cont'd.  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  CHANNEL. 8  T-  CHANNEL 9_  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  "News  Movie:  A Matter  of Magic  Freestyle  Art  Starts  Movie:  Destiny of  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Blowing WUd  Dr. In House  All In* Family  Crosswits  M.A.S.H.  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd.  2:00 Edge of Night  2:30 High  Hopes  3:00 Take 30  3:30 .Celebrity Cooks"  General  Hospital  Edge of Night  Treehouse  Another  . World  Movie:  The  Can.  Schools  T.B.A.  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah -^  Cont'd.  Another  World  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  a Spy  Cont'd.  Over Easy  Speakout    Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana   Splits  Dating Game  Tic Tac Dough  Match Game'  Jeannie   -  "Party Game  Going Places  News        ,  Cartoons  4:00  Just William  $6,000,000- Man .  Com&ncheros  Bionic Woman  Everyday  Cont'd.  Price  is Right  Sesame Street  Super Stars  Funorama  Battle Planets  4:30  Kids Only  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Leave to Beaver  Gilligan's Island  My 3 Sons  Part.  Family  5:00  Goodies  News  Carol Burnett  Sanford & Son  News  $6,000,000  Man --  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy  Petti.   Junction  5:30  Ail in FamUy  Cont'd.  News  News  Confd,  Electric Co.  Part. FamUy  ,1 Love Lucy  Hollywood Sqs.  6:00  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Growing  Years  Brady Bunch  Andy Griffith  Carol Burnett  6:30  Cont'd.  . Cont'd.   -  Cont'd. - - "-  -Cont'd.   ��� Mary Tr Moore  ' Cont'd.  Dick CaVette .  My 3 Sons'  Gong Show  Bob Newhart  7:00  Mary T. Moore  P.M.  Northwest  Seattle  Incredible  Newlywed Game  D'nright Disco  News  Hogan's Heroes  Joker's Wild  Vancouver  7;30  2's  a  Crowd  Muppet Show  Hollywood Sqs.  Hulk  Joker's  WUd     -  Circus  Gardening  Bob Newhart  Dr.  on the Go  Cont'd.  8:00  All in Family  Donny & Marie  Project UJF.O.  King Kenslng.  Wonder  Donny Se Marie  Wn. Review  Dating Game  Newlywed Game  Cont'd.  8:30  Challenge  Coht'd.  Cont'd.  Challenge  Woman  Cont'd.  Wall Street  Step Beyond  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  9:00  Tommy  Movie;  Rockford  Tommy  Incredible  Rockford  Files  Theatre  Hot   City/Disco  Cont'd.  Thank You  9:30  Hunter    "  More Than  Files  Hunter  Hulk >  Cont'd.  Cont'd  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Rock & Roll  10:00  Pacific  Friends  Eddie Capra  Am.  Girls  Flying High  Sword of  Turnabout  News  Britain's  Flying High  10:30  Report  Cont'd.  Mysteries  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Justice  Cinema: B.C.  Love Experts  Finest  Hours  Cont'd.  11:00  National News  News  News  News  News  News '  Soundstage  Odd Couple   -  Love Experts  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  Baretta  Toniaht Show  Cont'd.  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Gong  Show  Avengers  Cont'd.  Saturday, October 21  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12'  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00,  1:30  Rugby:  Teams T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  FootbaU:  Teams T.B.A.  Football:  Teams T.B.A  Vegetable  Soup  "Unicorn Tales  Survival  Great Game  Rugby  Championships  Cont'd.  News  Space  Academy-  Fat Albert  Ark H  30  Minutes  McGowan &  Discover  War' Years  Cont'd.  Co.  Survival Skills  Cinematic Eye  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Love Se Kisses  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Space Academy  Fat Albert  Outlook  Perspective  100 Huntley St.  Sports'  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Movie:  ..Ma-ft'Pa Kettle  at WalWkl"" '  Wild Kingdom  . Cont'd.  Cont'd,.     , , ���  .,  "-Cont'd:-" ~ " "' "'  Cont'd.  Americans  Cpnt'd.   .  Explorers  Movie:  Travel    ,  .News, y ,  ���,,  Sports Review  Count.  Garden  Movie:  .Vanishing -  Sports      '   Journal -  -Plower.Spot  Wrestling  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Daniel Foster  OU Painting  Egypt   Movie:  Tarzan &  She Devil  Cont'd.  700 Club  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Wacky Races  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Wrestling  - 4:00  ���4:30  5:00  5:30  Reach Fori,Top  -News -r-f-   ���  Hockey:  Philadelphia  **,  s Scooby's.! ,  ���. f  All-Star��� --=��� ���  Cont'd.  Weekend Spec.  Madison Ave.  - Cont'd.   Adventure  News  Red Fisher  - Cap"*Comment~  Hockey:  Philadelphia   Spectacular  "Contd:-  Good Times  News  _World'_of_  Sports  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Firing Line  Cont'd.  Symphony  Cont'd.  . __Voyage_to_  Bottom Sea  Twilight Zone  Cont'd.  ..Funorama���  Our Gang  Monkees  30  Minutes  Cont'd. ���  Bugs Bunny  Cont'd.  Inside  Track  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  at Toronto  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Game of Week  News  Lawrence   Welk  Cont'd.  News  Anlinal World  Wild Kingdom  Gong Show  at Toronto  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  The Beginning  $1.98 Show  Family Feud  News '  Cont'd.  Carter Country  Applle Pie  Once Upon  Julia ChUd  Nova  Cont'd.  Star Trek  Cont'd.  Hee Haw  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Mo*k & Mindy  Bonkers' "  Paper Chase  Cont'd,   .y:  Carter   Country  Apple  Pie  Love Boat  Cont'd.  ���  Chips  Cont'd.  Rescue from  GUllgans. Island  Chips  Cont'd.  Movie: >  When Legends  Rhoda  Mary T. Moore  The Aid,  Girls  Movie:  Road to  Survival  Cont'd.  Wilderness  Ormandy Se  Orchestra  Cont'd.  Hee Haw Honey  Nashville  Music   : .  Country N.W.  Weekend  Cont'd.  Gong Show  Movie:  Rutland T.V.  2nd  City  T.V.  Western Front  Cont'd-.  5,000,000 Years  to Earth  Cont'd.  Movie:  Bob Newhart  1 Day at a Time  Love Boat  Cont'd.  . 10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Nice  Show  Like This  National News  Night Final  Fantasy   Island  Cont'd.  News   ;  Cont'd.  Sword of  Justice  News  Sat. Night  Die.  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  Dallas  Cont'd.  Slaughter  House 5  Fantasy  Island  News'  Cont'd.  Reel West  Sneak   Preview  2 Ronnies  Sign Off  Movie:        '  Kill  a  Mockingbird  Cont'd.  Too Late  the Hero  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  At the  Cont'd.  Sports  Cont'd.  ForUih  October 22  CHANNEL 2  CHANNIL 4  CHANNBL 5  CHANNIL ���  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNIL 13  12:00  12:30  .1:00  1:30  Football:  Calgary &  Hamilton  Cont'd.  Issues & Ans.  College FootbaU  Directions  Action  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Lassie  Dbl. Decker  .Music  To  See  Money  Mag.  Movie: T.B.A,  Cont'd.  -Football:  Oakland vs  Football:  Calgary at  Hamilton ,  Cont'd.  Movlo Ending  NFL  Pro-Game  Football:  Atlanta at  Good Newa  Bottor Way  Horscraclng  Cont'd.  Long Search  Cont'd.  Wash, Review  Wall Street  Movie:  Man; with  X-Ray Eyes  Movie:  Abbott  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Election 78 Seattle  Stand By Cont'd.  Mr. Roberta Cont'd.  Welcome Kotter Cont'd.  Co.  Canady  Hymn Sing  Newa  Parliament  It Is Written  Movie:  Hunt for a  Lonely Girt  San Francisco  Cont'd.  Cont'd;  Cont'd.  Football:  Winnipeg v��  Saskatchewan  Cont'd.  News  Performances  Cont'd.  Japanese  Si Costello Go  to Mars  Movie:  A Song in My  Gospel Hour*. Sports  Cont'd. ' Cont'd.  Rov. Solbrekkon Cont'd.  P.T.L. Club Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.       ���  Cont'd.  Ruff Houso  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Nows  Cont'd,  6:00  6:30  7:00  -Vs30  World of  Disney >�� .    :  Beachcombers  Devil, D Mouse  Oper.   Petticoat  Alias Smith  Se Jones  News  Sanford vs  Pullman  Meet t|MJ Press'  News  Co, Canada  Hymn  Sing  Student Forum  1 News  Football  Husky  Cont'd.  Hard^v Boys  National Cont'd. Odyssey Hoart  Geographic ' Cont'd, Cont'd. Cont'd.  "In Search of Untamed  World Wlldnerness Tarzan  David Horowitz Ques. Period     . German Soccer Cont'd.  Funorama  Our Gang      ;  Movie:  Tarzan &  the  8:00  8:30  9;00  9:30  10:00  10:30  1l;oo  11:30  Mary��  Cont'd.  Sldestreet  Cont'd.  Battlestar      ��� Galactlca  Movie:  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Jack; Patera  How Come -<  World of,  Disney       v  v. Cont'd,  Cont'd.  Beachcombers  Daniel "Mouse  News  Around Here  60 -Minutes  Cont'd.  News , -, ���  Cont'd.  Hardy Boys  Cont'd.  Hee Hsw IQth.  Anniversary  Cont'd," ������"  Cont'd.  .Lawrence  Welk  Sldestreet  Cont'd.  _ UL_ln_F4mlly_  Alice  Movie:  Like  Mom, -  Battloitat.  Galactlca  Kax  Cont'd.  Confd.  j- i Long Search  I-'   Cont'd.  Ancient  Money Talks  Horat Koehler '  Lively  Country  Lively Spec.  _, jCullfornlft-  , Reich  Theatre  Cont'd.  Egypt  Star Trek  Cont'd.  Outer Limits  Cont'd.     .  Amnions  Gun Will Travel  60 Minutes  Cont'd.  Massoy's  Pt. 1  National News  Night Final  -Speakout--  Access  Probe  Contact "  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  "��i  Lifeline  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  -Blessings���  Namo Tune  Movlo;  Carry on Nurse  Sport  Probe  B.C, Lions  Rescue from  QllUgsns  Island  Hee  Haw   10th  Anniversary  Cont'd,     i   Cont'd.   : _,  The Massey's  Pt. 1  News  Cont'd.  Llko Me  Cont'd,  News  Late ' Movie  W-8  Cont'd.  Nows  Cont'd.  Rush  Cont'd,  News  Sign Off  Krooxo Bros.  700 Club  Cont'd.  Cont'd.    ,  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movlo;  Murder  My Sweet     ���  Lynn  Andorson  Sports Page  Cont'd.  Monday, October 23  v-"-   r)  ���12:30���  1:00  li30_  2:00  2:30  3:00  ^3:30  4:00  4:30.  5:00  5)30  CHANNIL 2  Swltssor  Soaroh-for-Toi ���  'Bob McLean  Cont'd.  CHANNIL 4  Chlltireii  Cont'd."  One Life  to Live  CHANNIL %  oil/wood. Sen.  *y* of  Our Lives  The Doctors  I  CHANNIL w  . Nows �����,���������-  Ida Clarkson  Marces Welby  Cont'd.  CHANNIL 7  CHANNIL 8  CHANNIL9  CHANNIL 11  Edge  Af Night  High Hopes  Take SO  Celebrity   Cooks  CTw-ITq Chaplin  Catch  Up  Goodies  All ln Family  General  Hospital  Kdift of Night  lloomoran  ^000,000 Man  Cont'd.  News  Oont'd.  Night     M<  Man    ypi  Another  Worid  ntll  ark  Cont'd,  Carol mirnett  News  Co,  School  Sky Begins  Take 3d  Celebrity   Cooka  -News���-  Movloi  Forco  Flvo  Cont'd.  ont'dT^  6:00 News Cont'd.  6:30 Cont'd. Cont'd.  7i00 Mary T. Mooro Football;  7i30 Roach For Top Houaton vs          ���'SJI WfnTk ft'ttfbuFgh LlUle  Jguie'  8:30 M.A.S.H. ����nt% ��J�� ����� Prs'rlo  !!22 iupeIm Spools! Cont'd. Movlei Katie:  9:30 Cont'd. , Cont'd, Portrait of *  ConPHT  Hollywood  Tllonlo Woman  Cont'd,  Sanford &, Son  News  Llghi .  M.A.S.H,  Dinah  Cont'd,  -News- -   Movlo:  Force Flvo  Cont'd. ,  TSvorydoy  Cont'd,  News  Cont'd.  Anothor World  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  ikplofers  Mualo Place  Book, Look, Lis,  Measure Up  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Hy Love  CHANNIL 12  Dr.   In  Houso  All In Family N  Crosswits  M.A.S.H,  CHANNIL II  TmW  Cont'd,  ..Cpnt'd.���...^.,.,,,.,.,.-,*  Chopper Squad  Cont'd.  10)00 MasaeyTs BonKers  10:��0 Pt. 2 i Hollywood  11:00 National News News  11:30 Nlflht Final fl. Holmes  Llttlo  Ilouao  on the.Prairie  Llona Boyd  Cont'd.  Cont^.  ..Mary*.!. Moora ,  Newlywed Game  Jokers Wild  TTIcTo ir Willi  Cont'd.       ,�����  M.000,000  Cover to Cover  Freestyle  Over Baa;  Survival  Kit  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric  Co.  Possessed  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana SjjWs,  Super "Tatars  Leave to Beaver  Dating Game  Tlo Tao Dough  Match Game  Jeannie        -k  My  Cont'd,  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Ciilidre  Going  Game  _ Places  News  Cartoons  News  ..Cont'd..-.:,..-.*,,';,....*,.^,  Grand  Country  The Waltons  Growing  ~       Cavett  *ntT  iws  nltht Show  News  Toi  JRolWassoy's  News  Cont'd.  Movlet  PonlUon  Coht'd.  Cont'd.  Tjont'ii,.  Oper. Petticoat  Vegal  ,  Cont'd,   _   Yoars  - Dlok.  News  Newsworld  I Love Lucy  Family  Part.  Funorama  Gtlllkans Island  My 3 Sons  I Love Luoy  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Late"Movfe  Cont'd.  News  Coet'd.  Fall o( Eagles  Cont'd.  10 Who Dared  Cont'd,  Brady Hunch  .-..My-. J-Sons--���-">.-  Hogan's Heroes  Itpb Newhart  ~M5e��yHf  '  Kaiial  ContM,  Lowell   Thomaa  Movie:  Fun In  Aoanulco  Cont'd.  Andy GrlffRiT  Oong Show  Joker'a  Wild  JIV_Cgmp a ny_   Newlywed Game  Merv Orlffln  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  . Love Experts  Odd Couple ,  Oong Show  TlrlUln's       "  Finest Hours  Lova Experts  Lato Movie  Pattio IManeta  art. Family  Petti,   Junction  jyioH^wood_SqS;  Carol iliirnelt"  ���Bob Newhart-  Vancouver  _ContU   Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Loose Chango  "PTT  Cont'd, j.  Sports Page  Cont'd.  Tuesday, October 24  xmr  12)30  .   1)00  lllO  ft^F?^**.".  .J'... ,..,,....1  2ioiT  2)30  3)00  3)30  CHANNIL 2  rf witter  Search for Tom,  Boli McLean  Cont'd.  CHANNIL 4     -    CHANNIL 8  All My Children   Hollywood Sqs.  Cont'd.- Days of  One Life Our Llvo  CHANNIL w  CHANNIL 7  K3��a of jftiihY  II III  to Live  3  lopes  tlfli  raka. 30  filohrlty Cooks  SlOO     Goodies  l:30_^j^ln_Fiimtl|f   TiOO     News  6)30     Cont'd,  tm    Mary T. Moore  ilO     too A Me  "fteneraT-1        '"  Hospital  Kdge of Night  Boomerang   The Doctors  I  .1  tU.ooo.W1  Man  News  Cont'd.  -&>wa:   Oont'd.  P.M,  Northwest  Spooked Rod-?  Unicorn Tales  "wTBihcaKM"  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  News   - -_ r  ews  da Clarkson  Welb/;  T3sn7 Schools  '  Celebrity Cook*  Uwwri  A. tho  World Turns  Guiding Li^ht  floKIT  Woman  Sanford A  Hev^s  Dinah  Cont'd,  I.  Son  M^^^i^^^^t^^^fS  Cont'd.  Seattle  Name Tune  TJonPa;  Cont'd'.  ffm-f-mr A  Hutoh  TKvSryHay  Cont'd,  News     i  jcg&t'd.  CHANNEL 3  News  M0V,0i.   au  Men of the  Dragon  "AnotheiTWori3"  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  smYA  Mary T, Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker'a Wild  Price is  K5U.000  CHANNIL 9  Explorers  Itoomnastlcs  Measure Up  2q Worth  "Bplnnfrii iHoFleiT  American  Over Easy  ���twrttrt.  CHANNIL )1  )N��ws  Ailam-12  Movie:  Dlplomalla   1  C(  Sesame Strset  Cpnt'd. .  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  'Courier  Cont'd.  Popeye  Jmawv,gBUa.  CHANNIL 12  Dr. In itouaa  All in Family  CHANNIL 13  AU My Children  The Prime Minister has announced the  appointoentof Jack Pearsall, Member of  Parliament,    Coast    Chilcotin',    as  .Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister*  of Fisheries and the Environment.  Pearsall's previous involvement as  -,vice-chairman ofth�� House of Commons  Standing Committee, on Fisheries and  Forestry has made him aware and  knowledgeable to the needs of fishermen  'and the fishing industry in Canada.  Earlier this year Pearsall was a  Canadian Government representative at  the Canadian-United States Parliamentary sessions in New Orleans, acting on a  committee which discussed key issues of  importance concerning B.C.'s coastal  waters. He has been a strong opponent of  any tanker ports in B.C. waters and was  particularly vocal in his opposition to a  supertanker port at Kitimat. The proposal  for the port Was rejected this year by the  government.  Pearsall also fought on behalf of West  Coast fishermen which resulted in a  moratorium on the Government's  prpposal to invoke a two-licence system in  the Gulf of Georgia.  Pearsall's additional responsibilities  given to him by the Prime. Minister will  include representing the Minister in the  House of Commons when the Minister is  attending to-other duties, travelling and  speaking engagements,  discussions, in-,  vblving legislation "pertaining to the  Fisheries and Environment portfolio and  special assignments- given to him by the  Minister.  Pitch-lfi*78  Keep  Briti/h Columbia  Beautiful  f  mm  SMORGASBI  Eight dishes to  choose from  Open  Tuesday to Sunday  * Dally luncheon Specials  * Take-Out Orders  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons  886-8015  'Afl&lfc  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE .  IN THE M OF SECHELT  885-9816    Admiral  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  ;Sg> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  Modern, 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Good location ��� I block 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~eolor"TV-and"pKonerDihiiig7  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 coUect  Teles: 04-51161  Attend  the Church  :     Of '          your choice  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE           I  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m. (except last Sunday in  month   at    12:30   p.m.)   Wednesday'  Evenings, 7:30.  All in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay  , Phone 885:3157, .886-7882,  P.O.  Box  1514                       ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T. 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ITS fREB.'CAU IIS4231,  .,' \ *"~r;  Mp-f-V^  .;rf^^2,  ,m.''m.^Sm.  ��� \,.u4...'mtJm^i^mr. .i  >0< ���  ,.- .,./i*,'Jjll!iPM.���*-B%.��,,p'.pp "'wi....***, -  ���^ *W��-I* ����IV**��4''*1I*#IW! *p^f*iW" *"  *  w^'4-^  ��',^ ;     m--mW,4*   ��  ������"���^���t*-'*  :i i',����:,J  WC'  ���*^��,  ��flrt%(lMI��^WI,'^W��l(lf^W��*l^^'l*'^^  , w A ,* ^   .��� ''���"*?''       * *"  <ft,-#n��^+     *i^^Wmm��-wm*i>rtt**d^^-���-i*���i#^^  %  y Y-  TT  PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  <  *  Wednesday, 0��t. 18.19T8  The Grub Bag  For the cool days  By-Aj��rr  A Quebec man was cleared of charges  of break, enter and theft and possession of  stolen property Thursday in provincial  court, with Judge J.S.P. Johnson's ob^  -serving��� that���* 'the whole~thing~is-  suspicious."  ......  ���!..��._��,��,��, ao,,   o..,jr,��� num ��   o < Dennis'Meunier, 42, was charged after  *��^^^^^F3h�� ��    r8C S���,eB   ��u        i��H����r   he was found in an abandoned trailer in a  3 bit of Turkey or some ham or chicken, in a saucepan, melt % cup butter or             Vancouver Island community on  hereisasuperwayofusingit?Wrapitina margarine and blend in V, cup all-purpose   ^LmhTvear                  '  thin pancacke with- some spinach-and - flourr Cook; Stirring - until-bubbly^"^1���"����*    \estmeA that Meunier  cottage cheese. Almost good enough for a Gradually stir in two cups of niilk and two       Saywarfl RC-MP'testme<1 tftat Mewuer  The 'suspicious' case of the J.R. Perry  was whether he knew the items he said   bothers me now" is why the man was  were his were stolen. found living "cold, wet and hungry in an  "There isn't that necessary ingredient    abandon6d trailer."  to tie him in," Johnson said.                        "There's no doubt that the whole thing  ���Headdedjhoweverrthatthe-"thirig-that���is"suspicious;"~said-the-judge; ���  party  STUFFED CREPES (20 crepes, recipe  below)  Swiss Cheese Sauce , ,  2 tablesp butter or margarine  1 med.onion, finely chopped   yrlbTmuchrooms, sliced-  1 pkg. (ltf-12 oz.) frozen, chopped spinach  Wi cups small curd cottage cheese (2 pet.  will do)  l%=ciips chopped cooked turkey, ham or  chichen  Prepare crepes and sauce and set  aside. In a sauce.pan over medium heat,,  melt the butter, add onions and cook until,  translucent and tender. Add mushrooms  and cook two more- minutes, -stirring  several times. Blend in spinach, cottage  cheese and chopped meat. Stir in about IV*  cups of the cheese sauce to bind mixture.  Spoon about V* cup of the mixture on  .each crepe, then roll up (like a jelly roll)  and place seam side down on a greased'  oblong baking dish (you'll probably need  two pans for all the crepes). Pour the  remaining sauce evenly over them. Cover  and refrigerate if making ahead. Bake  uncovered at 350 F for 20 minutes (25-35  minutes if refrigerated) or until bubbly.'  Serve at once. ~  ~  Crepes  In a bowl or blender, place three eggs,  one cup milk, one cup all-purpose flour  and V* teasp. salt. Beat until well blended.  Heat a six-inch crepe pan or skillet over  _medium-high heat, add about Vt teasp.  butter or margarine, and tilt the pan to  spread evenly. All at once add about two  tablespoons of the batter/ turning and  tilting the pan so batter flows evenly over  the bottom. When surface of the crepe is  dry, lift the edge carefully with a spatula,  and turn the crepe over, cook second side  and turn onto a plate. Repeat with  remaing batter (always adding butter to  the pan first), stack cooked crepes on top  of each other, Makes about 20.  cups regular strengtncWcken broth. Cook,  stirring until until mixture.thickens and  bubbles. Add % cup shredded Swiss  cheese, one teaspoon Dijon mustard, Vs  teapoon cayenne and two tablespoons dry  sherry or Madeira if you like1.  was found cold, wet and hungry in the  trailer only hours after they had recovered,  a stolen boat, the J.R. Perry, and several  other items stolen. from  Paul Jones'.  summer residence in Halfmoon Bay.  The J.R. Perry, a 12-foot, aluminum  Stir-to-ttKlt-tfie cheese  liien season -boat;was-foundfloating inthe-MacMillan  onr-io nreu ine cneese, men season    RlnoHAli?wpiwphniminffOTftiinH.amni��  with salt to taste,  cups sauce.*  .Will make about four  ' They have children just as we, yet we  differ markedly. They have order, they  have peace; we hear cries .of "Help!  Police!" They have pictures on their  walls; we have dents from battered balls.  They have sofas-sound of spring/gleaming  tables ��� strangest thing. We have chair  legs sawn half through, hammer  markings, gobs of glue. They have kittens,  maybe dogs'; we have turtles, snakes and  frogs. They have quiet, we have guns ���  they have daughters ��� but we have great  sons! Bless em!  Christian Science  ".. .take no thought, saying, What shall  we eat? or," What shall we drink? or,  wherewithal shall we be clothed?.. ;But  seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his  righteousness; and all these things shall  be added unto you." (Matt 6 31, 33)  As the world struggles to feed and  clothe its millions, it is heartening to know  that with God's help, this can.be done/  Mary Baker Eddy writes, "The e/rth,  at God's command, brings forth food for  man's use..Knowing this, Jesus once said,  'Take no thought for your liftvwhat.we _  "shaal eat, or what ye sjiall drink,'���  presuming not on the prerogative of his  creator, but recogniziiw-rGod, the father  and mother of all, as able to feed and  clothe man as He doth the lilies". (Science  and Health with I^y to the Scriptures, Pg  530).  playing with  FIRE?  BE SAFE!  Have your  chimney cleaned  NOW!  i  FOR ALL CHJMNEYS& OIL STOVES  LEE CHRISTIANe 883-9171 anytime  XL  Clerical Employment Typing Tests  ''PeVjiohY'interested In obtaining clerical positions with this School District ata  reminded that their application will not be considered unless they have obtained the"  established standard in typing dnd clerical aptitude tests, Tests ore  run .approximately twice a year and the next set will take place as follows:  Ponder Harbour Secondary School ��� Tuesday, October 24th, 7:30 pm  Elphinstone Secondary School - Thursday, October 26th, 7:30 pm  Persons Intending to sit the test shpuld notify that School Board Office. The only  clerical position foreseen in the Immediate future Is a part-time position In the  Pondor Harbour area, but vacancies dp occur from time to time, hence the need to  koop an up-to-date list of qualified applicants for consideration at that time.  ���s R. Mills,   '     '"   - - --���X- ;���->- : ������. Secretary-Treasurer���4���- X7  TYEE A IR  I'T  rhe Downtown Airline  FALL SCHEDULE  ,'��� i  DEPART 7;^am     , 3:45 pm  SECHELT 9:45 am       5:00 pm  11:45 am  DEPART 7:30 am       12:30 pm  VANCOUVER    8:30 am       4:30 pm  FOR SECHELT   10:30 am  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS,  DEPART 11:45 am      5:00 pm  SECHELT        A45jm  DEPART 12:30 pm  VANCOUVER    4j30p,  3 FLIGHTS DAILY TO NANAIMO  CONNECTING FLIGHTS TO POWELL RIVER  Bloedel Eve River booming ground, a mile  and a half up the river from the trailer  Meunier occupied.  _  Other objects, ranging from fishing  nets to1 cooking pots,' that were identified  by Jones as.being taken from his cabin,  were found in another boat called the  Little Muffet. The Little Muffet, a MacMillan Bloedel-company boat, was also,  found unmoored in the, booming ground.  Sayward Const. Larry Henderson said  that after the items had been removed  from the Little Muffet, they were placed  with the J.R. Perry in the detachment  garage.  Meunier was takento the garage and  asked if he recognizedany of the articles.  According to Henderson's testimony,  Meunier said the J/R. Perry, a boat motor  and some clothing belonged to him.,  In a writtejrstatement Meunier said he  bought the/boat and motor from a man  "named "Perry" for $700 and bought  fishing gear for an additional $150 from the  man./  Jones, the owner of the J.R. Perry,  testified that he had returned to his  summer cabin August 13 to find a "general  state of upheaval and dishevelment". He  said he had not been in the cabin since July  1 and that he had left it in "good condition"  at that time.  Jones said furniture had been moved  .around, garbage was piled up behind the  stove and that there was a pair of strange  pants under the bed. He said that he  noticed several items missing,' including a  valuable moonstone ring, oars and locks, a  tackle box, a plastic garbage pail and lid. a^  small net, a survey axe, a propone tank, a  boom and main sail for a fibreglass boat  and the J.R. Perry," which had been locked  in a shed alongside the cabin.  Jones said he later saw all these items  at the RCMP station in Sayward.  He testified that he had bought the J.R.  Perry from Jack Perry in 1973 for $400.  Jones said Perry had died in 1975.  In handing down his decision Johnson  told Meunier's lawyer Charles Stein that  there was "no evidence whatsoever" that  Meunier had committed the break-ins.   Stein__told_the_court_that_the_only   eviidence linking Meunier to Jones'  property was that he "said he had bought  the J.R. Perry from a man named Perry  for $200. ���. '���; ������: !  "The owner could well have said Tm':.  J.R. Peftry and this is my boat,' " said ;  Stein. "Certainly if he was hoodwinked it \  wasn't on the basis that he didn't pay a  reasonable price for the boat."  Johnson, in finding Meunier not^ guilty  of the possession of stolen property  charge, said at tfie time of his arrest he  was not in possession of any item that he  was later alleged to be in possession of.   i  "The only evidence to connect him with  the crime is his statement to the police :  officer," said Johnson.       ' '' y" '���������,-���������'  Johnson said the "whole criteria in.  determining Meunier's guilt or innocence  New Horizons  group to meet  In response to enquiries regarding the  fall activities of the Elphinstone New  Horizons, please bo advised that the  opening meeting will bo on Monday, October 23 at 1:30 p.m. ln the Roberts Creek  Community Hall.  After   the   opening   announcements,.  ...;therarwillMJxi.��th(t.usualmcarpot-bowlingr,  bridge, whist, crib ond oven dominoes ond  tiddlywlnka can be arranged for tho mock  and humble of heart.  Make youi* own .foursome If you wish  ond gather togethor "undor tho ol& umbrella" for on afternoon of fellowship with  your friends nnd neighbors.  Since our squaro dunce caller, Jock  Whitaker, lms moved to tho Interior,  alternotive dancing program. Come along,  dancers, and pool your ideas.  This Is YOUR community organization,  so uso it and mako it your regular Monday  afternoon floclaV and reercatlonnl event.  There nro no membership cards or duos.  Everyone Is welcome.  All the Gang at  Want to thank all the merchants at Trail Bay Mali for their  tremendous support during our grand opening. We also wish to  thank all the folks who dropped by and to those who purchased  or leased new vehicles���HAPPY MOTORING!  - The Fun Continues  at the Sunnycrest Centre,  Oct. 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st  DROP IN AND SEE THE 1979  CHRYSLER PRODUCTS     _  Many Specials and Prizes being offered including our  GRAND PRIZE  2 Nights and 3 Days at Harrison  for November  L^ Street,  Sechelt���Across from, the  Sechelt Legion  PAVED  PARKING  , FULLY-���  LANDSCAPED  ARCHITECT  DESIGNED  by Kevin Ryan  FULLSPAN  TRUSS  CONSTRUCTION  \  iy.-������ wa,>..mammmmanmm\mwj0a-���  , , (,1),    '*    '   |  For further information phono: 885-2214  m(^t(M  SYNDICATE  A GOOD INVESTMENT  COMPANY  :! ���vr"  J.W. (Jim) BUDD  .885-3397  * t '  Specializing   In  Annulljoa   and  Retlrbmopl -Incomo Planning <  i  X ���  Prime-CommercialSpace  & Prime Off ice Space  of Any Size  ��� *v  for  information  885-9979  (days)  w-x*'  .�����. ^tty-,i.<$*T,tTp,t.'',-''',��li'..  *>*KH^^^Wi��f!^rtMK!^  SMtOT-api^fti^w-WfflptW^  wQiiiWiiiwiitimmmiSew^  i^'t-ffK$��i"*��^��i^p*^^  ?^i>M)i^-<'<tJMHty^ JiWHwrfwc-^tr^wi,*  ��!.i*ij w��*>(uj��ws*iifv4��<*j*^'(��'t* m��*f.iimi  *V���"- MxXs:  ,     m'    "-VA ji   r#,'*'\  1,1 *l-���    * * \  Marine parks planned  Plans are in the works to develop a   district superintendent of Parks Al Mid-  series "of, mgrine parks in Sechelt Inlet,   night.  ,*;     Salmon Inlet and Narrows Inlet but Parks ���' * Midnight said the Parks Branch will be  ^7 Officials ar^not certain when the network   doing little to develop the proposed parks,  **';  will be opened.        �� other than erecting signs so boaters will  -, w TJje projeot, to be designated Sechelt   know We area as Been~aecIaJea a park.  . _ Inlet Marine Park System, will be geared       He said-the sites will be aimed at small  ���   to wilderness camping, said area assistant   boats such as canoes, adding, no wharfs or  * *  tie-up facilities will be developed tft, accommodate larger boats.  Midnight said the project will start with  <  six small park areas but may be increased  if demand warrants. He also noted pit  toilets may be developed if the areas .  become popular.  ^amphlerdescribing^thFnetworkTs--"  expected  to   be   printed.   Further  information on the project can"be obtained.  r-l  \ <  t   V  ,y\ ,  /'  PARENTS TOUR Pender i Harbour   principal of the school, following a   they told trustees what they wanted in  School with Director of Instruction  school board meeting during which   a new principal. See story.  John Nicholson (left,,facingj, acting '   ��� > '        *  ���-  Parents present principal points  By KARL BRUHN  If the self-described mavericks of the  Sunshine Coast���the residents of Pender  Harbour���had their way they would know  exactly who to put at the helm of their new  school  When school. trustees_Jast-Thursday  asked them what they wanted in the man  to principal the new $1.5 million Pender  Harbour Secondary School, they answered  in one unified voice: Give us John  Nicholson or give us someone like him.  Nicholson, district director of instruction, has been acting principal of the  school since the start of the academic  year. -.  "If we could get someone like John  Nicholson we just couldn't do any better,"  said one of about 20 parents gathered for  the^meeting.  "Couldn't we offer him (Nicholson) a  littlemore money and get him to do it?"  asked another.  --. *'If we can't get Nicholson then let's get  someone like him," chimed a third.  Nicholson, when asked by the Times if  he might consider the switch, said the job  had definite advantages and he might  apply. . .someday, maybe.-  With Nicholson out pf the question as a  Harbour is concerned," said one in  describing area residents as the  "mavericks" of the Peninsula���the  parents knew what they wanted.  Split into two groups for 45-minute  discussion sessions, the groups produced  almost-identical lists of characteristics  they saw as desirable in a principal.  A sample: Parents felt the new principal should have a "country" background  and b^able to ileal with the children of  "mostly fishermen and loggers". He  should have experience with and know  children who are not necessarily on an  academic program. He must be "a good  man,' a moral man" and he must have  "some sort of moral code". He must be  willing to leave all levels���of���c6Hf~~  municationjopei..  - "BottTgroups' of parents were adamant  the new principal be consistent in  discipline matters���"Whether it's a good  student or a bad student, they should get  the same punishment".  They said they want someone' 'who can  really relate" to the community and is  willing to be frank and open in discussions.  He should have a minimum.of five  years teaching experience and haye  proven himself. an .excellent  teacher.  reaching a decision.  . And, said the parents, trustees could do  worse than to use Nicholson as a model for.  the position.  Alcohol Awareness  Week is nothing  to celebrate!  Problem drinking is; affecting your life, one way or another,  because British Columbians drink more per person  than any other province. You can help. And so can we. Now's the time.  ALCOHOL AWARENESS WEEK / OCT. 16-20  For information, please write to:  Alcohol and. Drug Commission, Box 21, 805 West Broadway ,  Vancouver, B.C.V5Z1K1  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of  Health  /VLGOHOLAND  DRUG COMMISSION  hon. r.h. McClelland, minister  poSsibre^contenderi-patentsiturtied-to -Parents-Said'tlterriew"principainsh<Hild  outlining for trustees What they wanted in  a new principal-^tlier than another John  Nicholson."  And, despite some comments to the  contrary���"It's hard to shake all the  marbles in the barrel and get them to  come out the right way as far as Pender  have had experience in a wide variety, of  subjects���"He should be able to see the  whole spectrum."  While parents told trustees they should  not rule out the possibility of hiring a  female principal, they agreed neither age  nor sex should be a deciding factor in  TheP  HE rENlNSULA fUHed,  Section B  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  Pages 1-8  Juveniles charged  Police probe paint party  SECHELT from a residence on Chaster Rd. October  Two juveniles have been charged in \. 13,  connexion withflbr^k-inrente^and-theft---^-i%4-rea-pontlac Stratocbief was  at the Jackson Bros. Wilson Creek site on stolen from Pratt Rd. and Highway 101 on  Octobers .October 10. Police say the vehicle had  Police say the youths stole a can of blue primer on the left front door,  aerosol, paint, painted a car with it and Fifty dollars worth of liquor was stolen  then stole the car. from a residence near Gambier Harbour  The youths are also believed to be in- Oct. 7. Thieves also stole boating tackle, a  volvcd in an other break-In that same day large-cell flashlight and three or four  at the nearby European Motors. Pop, a candles from another residence on  were found missing.     " Thieves broke Into a house on Beach  Brand new licence plates were stolen   Ave. In Roberts Creek on October 9 and  from a car parked on West Beach Ave. in   stole some liquor from the fridge.  Roberts Creek on October 11. The ownerx     Gibsons RCMP are'stepplng up patrol  liad Just purchased the licence plates   |��� the Beach Ave, area after vandals  numbered MSX447,and had left them   struck  several residences   October. 0.  Shrubs, gardens and lights were torn up.  SAW FILING SERVICE  CARBIDE TIP  HAND SAWS  CIRCULAR SAWS  & ALL SMALL TOOLS  >Wharf Rd, cornarof  PorW��*DayRd���5*ch��lt  (Bornio)  -   885-5485  1,      \ > -\      -���  *flf.'"-''. '�� - VWyt-A^Jli  lying on the car seat.  A flare gun, pellets and a 6" by 5" brass'  boll wore stolon from'tho boat "Drizzle"  October 12. Tho boat was moored at tho  government wharf at Sccliclt Covo.  on tho dump roacj ln Garden Bay. Pollco  say the driver of tho vehicle swerved to  miss a deer and the vehicle ended up orj Its  roof, No ono was injured.   ' \  A chain saw was stolen from a  residence on tho Frnncls Peninsula Rd.  Tlio owner had been using the chain saw  approximately 200 yards'from his home  njid left It unattended while ho<went to  dinner. Whon ho returned the old, heavy-  model black and yellow Pioneer chain saw  was gone.  ��� B.C'. Tel wires near- Trout Lako In  Hn^ityoon IJqy were,damaged by high  .. powered rtf lea OctoljQr.7. Pollco pay .30-.30  cartrjdgbs wero found i>t tlio scenfl.  77...,7.h12 foot aluminum HarboMrcraft was  stolon from tho north ond of Sakinaw Uiko  on October 8. The boat Is Identified by the  letter VK" scratched under the seat.  Police say  stray dogs aro still a  area.  GIBSONS  Nuts and bolts worth $150 werp stolon  Bodycheck  Too lot? Too  thin? Too tirbtf?  Too of ton? Do  aomothinofor  aomobody,,,  Your bodyl  fWnpiiTfTiwr  )���       ^f     '   man/*.  pmnapommii  Whether it's for ^n addition, insulation,  renovations or re-decorating, a Royal Bank Personal  Loan can help you make yourself more  comfortable this winter.  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As new      ori pad, Sechelt. 885-3126. 4122-  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS^ Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  =tf  ----- -   --- -T_-^^--  KEN "& Clare Chapman are  pleased to announce the  arrival of their son Cecil Drew  on October 4, 1978*. Drew  weighed 7 lb. 13 oz. Proud  grandparents Doris &-Les>  Chapman of Toronto, Ont. and  Mrs. Rene Lawrence of West  "Sechelt. 4080-47  CATERING: Let Roberts  :; Creek- Hospital -Auxiliary  take care of your next social  event. Quotations and menus  for private parties or larger  events from Mrs. Raines, 885-  3457 or Mrs. Ironside, 885-9286.  408649  Coming Events  PENDER HARBOUR  Community Dance Band  (Harbour Lights) requires  -lead���alto���sax���playerr-  Rehearsals Sun. night.  Transportation from Gibsons-  Sechelt area can,be arranged.  Any other ,horri players on  Peninsula welcome. 886-2555  or 883-9211. 4076-49  WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREESERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed  service?  ���Fair estimates?���.  Then give us a call; .  --'.-"    PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  Help Wanted  "88^2109.  758-tfn  Obituary  INGLIS: Anne Hodge, born in  Scotland, passed away  October 7, 1978 in her Blst  ���year���Predeceased���by^-her  husband James. Survived by  her son Jim and daughter-in-  law Betty of Burnaby; four  grandchildren Mrs. Ann  Rowland, Jacqueline,' James  & Bruce; one greatgrandchild Leeanne Victoria  Rowlahdr-Memorial service  held Thursday, October 12 in  Doal Chapel, 1505 Lilloett Rd.,  North Vancouver. Cremation.  Arrangements through First  Memorial Services. In lieu of  flowers, donations to Sechelt  Senior Citizens Housing. Box  121, Sechelt, B.C. 4082-47  SCALES: Passed , away  suddenly October 8, 1978,  Audrey Scales, late of Davis  Bay. Survived by her loving  husband CE. (Eddie) Scales,  a sister Ethel Van Epp. four  nephews, a niece and two  grand-nieces. Mrs. Scales was  a member of Terminal  Temple ~ No7~T5r~Pytffiair  Sisters, South Hill United  Church and ESMA group.  Funeral Services were held  Frldhy, October 13 in Vancouver,'Rev. Gordon Taylor officiated. Interment Ocean-  view Cemetery. Devlin  Funeral Homo, directors.  4083-47  IN LOVING memory. Paul,  Sarah, passed away In St.  Mary's Hospital Oct. 2, 1978.  Survived by 2 sons: Stanley  ���farrt-and-his-wife Gladys Paul  and William August and his  wife Elaine August; 2  daughters Daphne Paul and  Dobbie August; 8 grandchildren. The Paul family  would llko to extend great  thanks and gratitude to  friends thnt sent flowers and  sympathy. With warmest  thoughts nnd heartfelt thanks  to persons who gave help In  tlmo of need. ��� Joe Paul &  family. 407847  ���-..��������� m,~-~-.��~mmammm... ���-, *  mm-������,.-.,������ ���mmm.*  Personal  PHOTOGRAPHS published In  The Peninsula Times can bo  ordered for your own use nt  The Times office.       1473-tfn  ALCOHOLICS anonymous  meetings,8:30 p.m. every  Wednesday, Madeira Park  Community Hall. 883-9200 or  883-0238. a   4462-tfn  A   WELL   BEHAVED   non-  smoking mulo teetotaller in  need of squnro dance partner,   g IfcBor less, pref ejneed, Box.  3I0P,R��cheU.-     \    4112-49  REQUIRED licensed  mechanic for shop foreman  position for progressive Ford  dealership in Spirit. _River,.  "Alberta. Applicant should"  write stating qualifications,  salary expected to: Cobran  Motors, Box 309, Spirit River,  Alta. T0H 3G0. Phone (403)  863-3005 or (403) 539.3665.4035-  47 -   -  EXPERIENCED    legal  secretary   required   for  Gibsons law office. Please call'  886-9055.    ��� 4966-tfn  JOURNEYMAN "Aiitobody  Mechanic and Painter  required for large GM shop in  Northern Alberta. Top wages  and comprehensive medical  and dental plan. Will consider  relocatipn allowance " to  successful applicant. Apply in  writing to Box 135, Grande  Prairie Booster, 10022 - 99  Ave., Grand Prairie, Alta.  T8V0R9. 4099-49  -A-BABYSIT-TER-for-3%-y^  old -girl Mon.-Fri.  8-1:30,  Davis Bay-Roberts Creek.  Prefer home with another preschooler. 885-3737.        410449  REQUIRED immediately  - - car-truck salesman for  progressive Ford dealership  in Spirit River, Alberta.  Applicants write stating  experience, qualifications and  salary expected to: Cobran  Motors', Box 309, Spirit River,  -AltaT T0H-3G0. Phone" (403)"  864-3005 or (403) 539-3665. 4036-  47     '  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 duringi 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 tor-Gouncilr  . ability to deal discreetly with  the public, - physically  capable of performing all  duties required.  Miscellaneous: must be  willing to assume other duties  as delegated by clerk.  Responsible to: clerk. Salary:,  commensurate with ability,  knowledge  and  experience.  HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC  APPRENTICE  Available after Dec. 22.1 yr.  _experience &6_mos. of school   Very reliable & have good  references.  885-3818  9:30-5:30  4092-tfn  For Rent  FURN. 3 bdrm mobile home  on nice quiet site. Selma  Park Vista. Avail. Nov. 1,.$260  per mo., 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. 405748  EXECUTIVE House Apartments now renting.  Overlooking Gibsons Harbour. 37 deluxe 1&2 bdrm  suits. Featuring controlled  front entrance, colored appliances  ROOM & board for 2 pensioners or working men. 885-  5424. 410749  2 BDRM HOUSE, Gower Pt.  Rd., $180. Nov. 1 or sooner.  886-2449. 410948  WF UNFURN. cottage,  2  bdrm, 2 bath, w-w, fridge,  stove, drapes, $250.883-909849  SMALL  2   bdrm  cottage.  Waterfront. 883-9923. 4U347  3 BDRM split-level home 6n it  acre in Gibsons.���Lg. kitchen, LR with ��shag carpet,  FP, lg. DR, Vz bsmt, workshop  & garage. Avail. Nov. I, $335  per        mo.        886-915447  Campers and Trailers  TRAVEL TRAILERS. 1973 25'  Kustom Koach. Excellent  condition. Set up in Capilano  Trailer Park. Asking $7,200,  obo. 883-9066 or 886-9066. 4028-  48   :-   - -���-���: -       .--.-'.  Cars and Trucks,  '76 CHEV %lVan.  $4395.886-9316.  Low miles,  406648  Real Estate  TUWANEK. Lot overlooking  Lambs Bay. Serviced with  water & power. By owner. 112-  226-5019. {   4381-tfn  5 ACRES plus. 330 ft. on  Redrooffs Rd., above  Sargeant Bay, just west of  Kenyon Creek., Waterfall,  Southern slope, Well timbered: Hydro, water, $33,000.  Owner 4405 West 5th Ave.,  Vancouver V6R1S4.'    402548  SELMA PARK  bdrms   upstairs,  full  basement with' rec. room &  extra bdrm downstairs. Good  view. Nicely landscaped &  e^Mfrv-i si o n-,���fencedr-Reduced- to  '74 FORD F250 4x4 pickup.  Red, no rust. Eng. 360. 4  spd., sun roof, am-fm casette,  CB, 56,000 mil. Asking $3,800.  886-9781.   ,       . 401348  75 LOUISVILLE Ford with 16  ft. van. 38,000 orig. highway  miles (valves ground at  30,000). Carrying compartment on top of van, plus 2  boxes under van, $8,000. 883-  9230. 402248  L & M Radiators, 1449  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 986-  5334, Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can be arranged. Call  now for-fast, economical  service. 4024-tfn  '74 GMC 6 cyl. Vz ton truck.  -" Stnd., $2,500. Also 1972 Fiat  -Spider. New trans. & top, less  motor, $500.883-9411.    403248  panoramic view,  extra- -~  soundproof suites, drapes, w-  w carpets. Rents from $230.  Inquire at 886-2465.     4072-tfn  ONE 1-bdrm duplex, one 2-  bdrm duplex, two 2-bdrm  houses.   886-2530.    4065-48   ������te ,,  2 BDRM waterfront' home,  adults only, $165.872-3801.  495947  885-3855  4074-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR.  . Charming, peaceful,  secluded large view lot near  lake & sea. Southern exposure. Paved rd., city-  amenities. $10,000 terms, 8  pet. int. Ph. Mrs. Walker, 885-  2998or76W659. 4971-50  SHOWPIECE  1968 % ton Chev. PU. 455 CI  S��l900V^l^Ced-^-bU^cin  Turbo 400 trans, with shift kit,  tilt steer, ps, 8-way power  seat. '55 Nomad differ.  Laminated tailgate. Am-fm.  Much more. '  Best offer or trade for W.H.Y.  plus cash.  885-5407  after 5  408847  '��7 %  TON Chev PU,  383  CERTIFIED Farrier, Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751.     . 994-tfn  DR. NICK KLEIDER will be  available for veterinary  work restricted to horses  every Monday beginning Oct.  16. For appointment: Equine .  Veterinary Centre, .5303344 or  886-9739.   . * 4061-tfn  2 BILLY GOATS; 4 mo. old,  $25 ea, or $40 pr. 886-2520.  410647  Wanted to Buy  WANT ALDER for firewood.  Pay-per cord .free removal.  Phone 885-3752.     .     407046  For Sale  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics. 4855-tfn  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity-Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat.  10-5. 4457-tf  Sewing Machine  Repairs  -Overhaul ,  - Tune-ups  - Chemical Wash  Parts for all makes  All Work Guaranteed.  21 Years Experience  Phpne Steve  885-2691  4510-tf  DOORS! ^B.C.'s     Lowest  Prices!  Pre-hung Interior  $14.90; pre-hung Exterior. $37;  Fancy Doors $49. Hugh stock.  HOT TUB by the" best  - manufacturer. California  cooperage. Local agent Ed  Lands. 885-3818. -   '    407548  R.V. RENTALS  ��� Vacation the unhassled way.  Campers fully  equipped  &  heated & insured.  $70 per week  We aave added to our fleet 21'  Winnebago Motor Home.  Superbly equipped.   ���; - _  $200 per week  plus 10c a mile  885-2600  1   anytime  4967-tf  CB Marine Package  Includes CB radio, 7' whip.PA.  loud speaker. $134.95 (also  sold separately).  Prentis Enterprises  884-5240  '     -    .500046  HUNDREDS OF LP's and 45  rpm records. Also casette  tapes. 886-9424. ��� 409349  '69 AUSTIN WESTERN super  500 grader, 6 WD Snow wing  and 2-way radio included.  ROPS Canopy. Good condition. $20,500. Phone 992-6919  after 5 p.m. Message 992-5644.  47  BELL 21 Howell "projector,  $90;   tripod   ventricular  screens, new, $15.885-2745.  408549  ANTIQUE GRAND piano..  Good  cond. For  sale  or  exchange for  church-type  organ. 886-2660. 408747  3 PIECE bdrm suite, very  good cond. 885-9483.   410547  REAR BAG gas mower, reg.  $"229.95 now $169.95., Lihk,  Hardware,   Sunnycrest  Centre, Gibsons..        411849  B&W' TV CONSOLE, $45;  small cabinet, $70-, book  shelves, $10 , ea.; single  mattress, $5 ea.; ,2 deck  chairs, $12; 9 x 12 beige rug,  $50; household articles &  clothing. Must sell before Oct.  -31.   _. < 886-2449.-,-    411048  CLARINET. Phone 883-9923. <  '  411447  WINCHESTER . 12 ga.  shotguns. 3" magnum, - 30"  barrel, full choke, slide action,  reg. $219,95; now $139.95. Link  Hardware,/ Sunnycrest  Centre, Gibsons.    -    411649  2'HP TILLERS, reg.& $189.95,  now  $149.95.   Link   Hardware, Sunnycrest Centre,  Gibsons.     . 411749  Pitch-In  And Smile  *9��  FOR SALE  3 bdrms upstairs, full  basement w/rec rm and extra  bdrm downstairs. Good view  in Selma Pk. Nicely landscaped and fenced. .   Reduced to $49,9QQ  885-3855  EVERYONE  NEEDS TREES  "NEW 3 BDRM house in Wilson  Ck. Fridge & stove, drapes.  Avail, Oct. 23. $300 per mo.  885-2235. 499047  0llc.Hn�� /w��.+..n:��oe   "ml  *"* *  J��XU��i    Walker's. Phone'266-7211,1366  Business-Opportunities motors trans-&-reai^end.--g-^]W^n��-^^^^^  3 BDRM home  $275 per mo.  5:30 p.m.  near beach,  926-1024 aft".  4972-tfn  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  FOR RENT:  Wilson Creek  Commuhity Hall./ Contact  Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.  '���'., -.v.. 369i-tf.;  GARDEN BAY - >�� duplex for  rent - furnished, for July-  Sept. 30. $225 per mo. Light &  fuel incl. 883-9676. 4906-tf  Applicants are to apply in  writing, stating full particulars, and salary expected,  by, 20 October, 1978 to: the  Clerk Treasurer, Village of  ^&mtfmwfr"B��r*-97r~vaTF-  HcIp Wanted  LICENSED  or  experienced  mechanic for EasoMaUon In  :popm|MButelJjfeiJfC.^a,  to $12per hour or commission,  option to purchase, unlimited  potential. Phong 092-3751 or  write Box 838. Burns lake,  V0J1EO. 410O4*  w  derhoof, B.& V0J3A0. '.404147  IIHELP GREENPEACE  Help!! Sellers urgently  needed for the Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money! Save life! IIImportant Notice!! During the  mall strike Grccnpcaco 'Go  be distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to call  In this area Is: 898-5851 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 736-  W2L,7V,��� !     .^l-Un;  WoriTwanted  EVERGREEN -  LANDSCAPING  Complete landscaping sorvlco. Reg. sch. lawn t* garden  caro. Don't do lt twice.., Cull  us first.  Freo Estimates     '  ,805-5033  #���'       " 4980-tfn  CLAPP CONCRETE  .Placing-and.Finishing.- All  typos of Concroto Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations,  Driveways, Custom" Work.  Concrete leakage problems.  Seepage  or  high   pressure  I,��,����iPhMO.WaynaClapp��,  2 bdrm suite overlooking  ocean on Marine Dr., Gibsons.  Suitable for couple & small  child. $235 p.m.  2 bdrm suite on Grandviqw &  Chaster. Largo LR with FP.,���  . Kitchen includes appliances"  with laundry rm. attached, W-  W throughout. Share carport  ���with lower suite. Only $325  p.m. Light & heat Included,  1      CENTURY WEST  REAL ESTATE LTD>  408446  FOUR BDRM mobile home.  Set up  in  West Sechelt  Trailer Park. Ref. required.  Ph. 085-2000. tfn  1  BDRM  W-F  fully  furn:  cottage, $225 por mo. Avail,  immed. 883-fl098.,jt<^.473?:tfn^  DUPLEX Dnvls Bat. ��' Wk.  from school, 2 bdrm, no  appliances. Avail. Immed,  #0.088-0710.     ,       4051-tfn  WHY RENT? No down  paymont, 1071 12 x 48, nlco  cond., 2 bdrm, $00.50 per mo.  phi? pad fee. ,1974 12x88 3  bdrm, $122 por mo. 926-1024.  493fl-tfn  MOBILE HOME pnd,  Pon-  dorosn Pines Trofler Ct. 885-  0012 or 885-5235.    ���      4093-^7  MODERN 2 bdrm homo on 1  acre In Robts. Creek. 273-  4792 (eves.) 273-7011 (dnys).  .CBS Distributors wanted ���  Nhis highly successful wheel  balancing compound now  ready\ for distribution  throughoiit^B.C. and Alberta.  Unique opporturfity for part-  time or full-time work.  Minimum initialxhwestment  $500. Training provided.  Reply to: Box 4237, Quesnel,  B.C. '���' 409&47  MARINE SALES arid Service  in Lake Cowichan, Vancouver Island. Authorized  dealer for Evinrude and  ���Glascraft. Thriving business.  Owner retiring. Write Box 252,  Lake CdwicHan VOR 2G0 or  phone 249-3263. 409547  EARN A second income.  Learn Income Tax  preparation with the All-  -Ganadian-Gompany-U-6rR-  Tax Services. No previous  training required. Send foi4  free brochure today. U&R  Tax Services,, 2579 Portage  Ave., Winnipeg, Man. R3J  0P1. ������, 410147  FLOORING, -Paint and  Wallpaper retail business In  Fairview, Alberta., Will  consider B.C. property! on  trade. New concrete plock  building, Can be purchased or  will consider rent or rental  purchase. Phone (403) 835-  -8734after#ptmr-���-40974?-  Mobile Homes  Moiiiii HOME space, near  , Sandy Beach on full lot, $05  per mo, 026-1024 aft. 0,   4264-tf  �� BETTER THAN NEW!  4 yr. old 12 x 60 mobllo homo  set up In deluxe cornor.padot  West1 Sechelt Park. Privacy  galore In landscapod  backyard I Many-extras In-  cludlng^largo covered sundeck, metal shed with concrete floor & oil heater, extra  largo mastor bdrm, fridge,  stove, drapes.  /MUST BE SEEN!  Asking $12,900 for quick sale  Call 885-2074  For Appt, to View  400847  NEVER BEFORE sovlnRfl  llko this! Now mdhlle  homes. 2 or 3 bdrm. $13,005,  Coll collect 590-1111. Westlawn  ��� Homes., Ltd., ���..>1609JL*Frafier  Highway, Sflrroy, B.C. 403047  Rear solid. Runs good. $800  firm or trade for W.H.Y. 885-  5407 aft. 5 p.m. ' 4090-39  '67 METEOR Montcalm, ps,  , pb, good cond., $800.885-5339  aft. 5 p.m. 407749  "'57 CHEV. 2 dr. post-  ; California car. New  upholstery. Best offer or trade  for W.H.Y. 885-5407 aft 5 p.m.'  &9147  couverV6P5Z9.  498848  \  '65 GMC 1 ton, $400; '68 VW  Beetle, $700; 16 ft. boat, 65  hp Merc, $1,500; 9.5 Johnson  outbd, $300^canopy for Vz ton  truck, $100; various household  items. Open to any reas. offer.  883-9286. \    410349  '72    VW    DUNE    Buggy.  Fibreglass. Carpeted. Goes  : toy where. Best offer or trade  ._f0E-W.HXm54Q7.afk��p.m,-  408947  ;66 VOLKSWAGEN Van.  ; Excellent running order,  $650.886-9427 aft. 6 p.m. 4119-  49  4-BURNER electric range,  good cond. 885-3397. 4919-tfn  1 DOUBLE gas tank & stand,  250 gal. each side, $300. 883-  9098. * 499947  ALDER CUT, split, delivered,  $45 per cord. Picked up for  $35,885-9272. 495847  PATIO sliding door 6^8" x 8'  with screen, $75. French  door 73^" x30y4", $25. Chain  saw Stihl ,045, needs some  repairs, $50.886-7701.   4008-47  [ 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-  TO LEARN  TREES..A GROWING CONCERN  iPGfl  tfn.  Motorcycles  74 YAMAHA 75 cc, $350. 886-  9427 aft.,6 p.m. 412049  Boats and Engines  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm npts.  Reas.   rent.   Incl.   hoat,  for freo estimates  88&-2125  after 7 p.m.',  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  12x48 2 bdrm Modullne,  $7,800 no dp: 12 X 08 3 bdrm  nice Intorior. Partially furn.  Incl. wooden porch, Set up on  watorfront site, Porpolso Ut\y,  $2,050 obo. 885-3310 or 885-3417.  405240  ���^-^yrm$fbiW$,mmm.**m  wHiH-U'Wfim*  26 FT. REINELL sailboat. 3  -Trails;;���trallerr~15"-hp-  Evlnrude. $9,000. 886-9984  4967-tfn  "RUBBER DUCK" 18'  Sabrccraft, 140 hp Merc. OB  c-w power trim, Extras Incl,  Morse docking lites, Bosch  wipers, - CB, sounder,  Walkthru windshield, on-  closed 4op| -stainless propj 3  spares, aux, motor brk. Price  $4,500 obo. A.B. Haddock, 883-  2722 (dnys) 803-2682 (eves.).  4975-47  22' ALUMINUM boat. Log  salvage or crow boat, V/�� yr.  old; 170 hp Volvo IB-OB, 400  hrs. on boat & motor. $12,500  or offer,v 886-2201' (ask tor  Stovo) or 086-9741 aft, 5 p.m.  499547  1074 - 16' DOUBLE Eaglo  Runabout. Full canvas top,  70 hp Johnson & 6 ph  Evinrude. Trailer plus extras,  005-3710. 402048  ^S,FIBEp^MJ05.MCfc.  cruiser hardtop. New leg.  $0,000: 17WStarflro ski boat,  351 V-Drlvo, $3,000.883-0411.  '403148  jy!T,oMs��fe^^^  .Inill,largo cabin, 4 cyl. Qm  -STAND-UP Hoover vacuum  cleaner, nearly new, exc.  cond, $60.886-7069.       409447  10" DEWALT radial arm' saw  with steel stand; 6" Rockwell Joiner, steel stand &  motor; wood turning lathe  - with steel stand; motor &  chisels; 1 hp Craftsman  router. 885-3127. 401448  KNIGHT    mobile    homo,  12'x 48', $7,500. Buyer must-  -transport���from���Abbotsford.  805-5247, 402048  C  I  I  I  I  I  Woodburn Stoves  & Fuol Ltd.  Wood stovoa hy Flshor,  Lakowood, Wloro Valloy,  Com'fart .and Flndlay,  Distributors In Wo��tom  Canada ol tho Korr Scotsman  bailor, Dealers Inquiries In-  vltod, Northorp Hoatllno'r and  Shaw Zero ' Cloaranco,  Wood/oil furnacoi, Insulatod  plpo, accessories and fltllnQs  no >��u >������   ,''"'  North   Vancouver  987-0B11  CANADIAN FORESTRY.ASSOCIATION  AND YOUR PROVINCIAL FORESTRY ASSOCIATION  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your od in Ih* iquarc, D* iur�� lo l��ov�� o blank ��paco oiler oocli  word,'.    .��� '''v ������������'���' ������..  TrawiTO ���������v-  Tok* advantage oi our tpoclbl tavlngs,  ��� Run your ad twice ��� Ihe third time Ii FREE, .  ��� II you pay tor y< -ir ad the Saturday befor* publication you get a  dlicount ���itScfor 11niertlon��� UOdorl,  Mall ui your ad, or drop It off I  , In Sechelt at th* Peninsula Timet Olf Ice '  In Olbioni at the Arbutus Tree  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  2 6DRM MOBILE home.  ,10x48 oh pad, Wilson  Creek, Furn. or unfurn. 888-  0347. 400H0  ty wm��**englneHn ��* rwrinlr ���  cond. Hull needs ��omo Work.  tl>200 firm, 883-2020.   . 4050-48  ,i i , ������,.., ������., ��� ,  '  Por Quick Results ,      '  Us��Tlm���� AdbrMsl  DRESS  MAKING   ; , ] Jby_ ^ J  EXPERIENjmI;D  , SEAMSTRESS  ���^���d&'ij.  -iSt  after 5:00 p.m.  P��*t��l1  C��|4*)      ,   :, ' .,   ,  . y-^p ,,y,T��i,N,->>^  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  ���i  %  1 p  1  J  1' .-  1.  I'p  1  i  1  "  1  1  1  1  1  "1 "r"r' ~^~" ~  1  '���  1  ,  1 ���.  1  Wi  1  1  1  1 , -.  ,  1 '  "1"  1  1  ,  1  -\  1  I'P'   ���  1  1  1  1  ,  '1-���������-���-  " *   ",'  1  1  I       ���-                i  i 1  '   "i    "   A  1  >,  1  1  -j: ;,      :;J   I   . . . 1  ""'""T"""" "'"   ���/-���-  1  '  1  ,|. '                    ,. .,    , ....  1  1  1  a  1  1  JLLmm 'mmm _-L,  i  1"        .p.                            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Unless you are  trained    in , construction,  Sales value  of gardens  s In the sale of a home, the  garden is one of the, cosmetic  features which ^ potential.  purchasers first notice.  Althouglrthe~actual value is  fractional in the over-all price  of the home, the state of your  lawn and garden can have a  great deal of influence in the  decision to purchase. This is  especially true in older homes  with well established plantings. If the garden is  overgrown and untidy, buyers  may not want to undertake the  ~extra~work~and_ expenseds  bringing it back td a good  appearance. So, though the  house may be just what he  wants, a purchaser could.be  influenced away from a sale if  a vendor has not taken the  , time to keep lawns mowed,  _ weeds cleared, shrubs and  ti^M~"trim^d7~B^^6ve~  unsightly undergrowth, thin  out overgrown flowerbeds,  rake up leaves and clippings, >  and provide a pleasant setting  for the home you want to sell.  Dealing directly  with a seller  Home purchasers should  be aware that the respon-  TibllTty~lFf~^i^ktnl~?~aIl~  features of property Is greatly  Increased when dealing direct  with the seller. ;  Without the knowledge and  Interest of a middle man, or  broker, the direct house buyer  must check out the price,  location, zoning, financing,  quaUty of construction and  Insulation, structural, wiring  and plumbing standards.  Be sure to use the servlces(  of legal advice and bo certain  thflt eycry detail of the purchase   Is   specified   In   the  . contract-.  It Is not difficult to buy  direct If you have the time and  inclination, und If you make  all the proper checks for your  own satisfaction.  4n.responding to,a,"Kor���  ���Salo by Owner" sign or advertisement, give careful  consideration to all aspects to  ninko euro tho property Is  what you are seeking, Bo  prepared, bo Informed and be  wise in any homo purchase,  plumbing, design and  financing . _. . you will  probably, need some help in  making a decision on the right  property (4or you and your  family. You can have a friend  or relative help you look . . .  or, you can choose a  professionally trained and  licensed real estate agent who  can give you' the advice and  assistance to make your  purchase as exciting as the  idea of ownership. Remember  ��� home purchase or home  sale does NOT require a real  estate agent... but over 90  per cent of people who are  buying and selling find that  the services of a real estate  agency are desirable and  downright necessary. Let  your local real estate, agent  give you the benefit of his  market knowledge, his  residential expertise, and his  contacts in the financial  community to find the right  home in the right neighbourhood, and* at the right  price so your home ownership  starts on the right foot. This is  a public service feature of the  Real Estate Board.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44  Glendale mobile home-wlth 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3+ acre lot. $28,500.  Vs  MADEIRA PARK ��� 3 BR homo, noar  new. Now reduced fo $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.  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  Cowrie St. 885-2013    " Sechelt  W. SECHELT WATERFRONT  Watch the boats go by from this prime waterfront property. The"  - four year old 2 bdrm home has everything you want Including a-,  third bedroom and a third bathroom, in the full basement. Oil _  and electric heat, garage. Exclusive with Lynn Wilson, phone  885-5755 for appointments. AALS  1.18 Acres of view property with stnwjrn, southern exposure and  total PRIVACY off Gower Point gdgjil  PHONE ANYTIME ON THE RED * WHITE SIGNS  -^AXXkAkXlXNH, 888,5755��� ^Z  -���^JOHN, 88S-9365    AAA  ATTENTION:  Future Home Owners  Having trouble, finding a home |ost right  for. you?  Consider this:  "TEMPO PRODXTCTS""  is now offering a complete home  planning  and building service.  ^ Somo Foaturo* In your new home would Include!  ��� 1200 sq, ft., 2 or 3 bdrm, full basement  ���Floor plan of your choice  ���Brick flroplaco and chimney '  ���Thormal Pane windows "  ���Ready for occupancy In 2 short, months  And many other attractive foaturos,  A quality home at an affordable prlco  Further Inquiries Please call  GREG LEft/lKY at 886-2706  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR hotne,  ensuite, large carport. No .stairs,  excellent  retirement home.   $59,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for  additional $10,000.' -  MADEIRA-PARK ��� one bedroom  concrete' block cottage, fireplace.  $23,000. "  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on  5fE acres. Fruit trees, garden. View  over lake. $77,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with  view on landscaped���lot;���Large  workshops equipment storage area in  back, ideal location for builder/-  contractor. $69,500.  EARLS COVE ��� furnished 12 x 44'  Skyline Mobile Home on semi-  waterfront lot. $20,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS AND ACREAGE  f LOTS'  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1.8  ISLAND IN BLIND BAY --lovely 6��  acres troed island,1 $60,000.  11.6 ACRE ISLAND ��� 3 BR furnished  pqnabode, float. Water & 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   oyer  Jqrga[n^q��bourrftskin021.500^butl  open to offers.  4. 220��   ft   low   bank   sheltered  waterfront, 1.24 treed acresltl$48,000.  5. lOOift W/F, driveway in, serviced.  $28,000.  LOTS  1. MADEIRA  PARK"-  $8,000-$22,000.  serviced   lots.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA -.serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.       ��  - . . '      i..  ���  ���3, GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots.  ,$12,900-$21,250.  ~4rSANvDY~ HOOK" ^~view lot on  Porpoise Drive. $10,500.  5. PENDER LAKE ' PROPERTIES ���  Sinclair Eiay Road, Serviced lots, most  with view, three with lakefront. Priced  from $10,000 to $37,500.  -6rMOBItEtHOME-LOTS^sfeven-lots~  serviced   with-.hydro   &   water;'on '  Cochrane    Road, ��� Fr.dhcis   Peninsula.  $11,000-$12,750.  7. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� l.S acres,  treed, serviced^ $2$,000.  8. DAVIS BAY ��� Treeki view lot on.  Greer Road. $16,500.-f \  9. SELMA PARK ��� lot with beautiful  yiew.-close to beachr$22,000; '  10. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 9 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  11. FRANCIS PENINSULA ROAD ���  serviced lot, low price. $8,000,  BROOKS COVE ~ 1.94' waterfront,  access by trail (1000' from parking),  septic In, hydro & water. $25,000.-"  ACREAGE  ACREAGE  Mt&ki-rixAjL:  k  NARROWS INLET ��� socludod acroago ���  trood, low bank, 5 to 14 acro parcels.  Wator accoss. $24,500 to $p9,500,  ST, VINCENT BAY ��� 365�� sft yvater-,  front, 6,71 acres, water access.  $29,500.  EARLS COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 4502:  ft  ~she|tered-watorfront-ad|o|nlng~forrV"  terminal! $125,000,  ,WESTMERE'  BAY    ���    l,400dt"    ft  watorfront, on 4.B trood acros, Nlco  ' boach and rocky point, Water access  only. $47,500.  NELSON ISLAND ��� 40 acre?,' 1500' on  Westmero Bay, 225�� on West Lako. 3  BR homo, 2 cottages, roa'd to lake,.  floats, Water decoss,'$160,000,  1, Silver Sands -i- 1.8�� acres. Gulf  view, 10 x Sb* furnished mobile home,  small cablnM45,000,  2, Silver Sands ���' T.6�� acres,- Gulf  view,'furnished 12 x,60 mobile home.  Adjoins above property. $45,000,  3, Kleindale ��� 5sb acres on Hwy 101.  $21,000.  A, Rear Ruby Lake  Hwy 101. $25,000.  8.39 acres on  5, Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150i ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.       "  6, Kleindale , ��� 23.7 . acres, some  merchantable, timber. Lots of trees for  building a log house. $50,000.  7, Francis Peninsula ��� 1.8�� acres,  corner  of   of   Warnock  and  Francis  _Efinlnsula_RQads_$-JJ.T500, ���--�����-  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  T  I  ;,�����    '"  ATTENTION!  Retlro on tho boautlful  coast of Ponder Harbour. We have 6 Mobile  Home Sites loft.  , Single Wldes  6fDoubl<��WWei  Located at Garden Day  100% Bank Torms OPFC  LARGER  cnllcpllect  EdZack, 591-5105  Pender Haifcour Realty Ltd.  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT��� Arid o roql Baroalri;H ir *  with clean boach, freo moorpgo, clams and oysters |uit stops  away, Prlco |ust $12,000,  SECRET COVE AREA ��� 10.6 acres with 460' boach,  walor and powor available, road In. FP $125,000,  ONE ACRE LOTS ������On Francis peninsula* Privacy  plus valuo In this most desirable area, Just 2 loft so don't delay,  $15,000 each,  BOATERS ��� Older type 9 bedroom home with deop   '  moorage In Ponder Harbour, FP $59,000,  EXCELLENT ��� building lot. Front Road, Mqffelra  Park, Fully serviced, $10,900,  WATERSRONJTLQT ��� Deep and protected mooraflo  In Egmont, Has trailer pad, septic* and water and power,  $39,000, V  7 ACRES ��� oin Highway 10) close to Madalra Park,  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope, Aiklng $39,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ~ Extra largr>80' deep)  building lot with 72' frontage on MpKllntock Road, $9,500.  I   ^���>��^l*��r^(H'��^'p(**��#<lJli"'  JOHNBRREN' , ,'    JOCKHERMON  883-9978 jy        ,., ...,.',, 803.2745  SAKINAW LAKE��� 1300* ftjakefront,  24�� acros, 4 BR furnlshod panabodo,  Tio"ai?r$Tffs;o"flO'r���-" ������'���  RUBY LAKE ��� l.�� trood acros, closo'to,  public lako accoss, $19,800,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 375dt ft choice  low bank lakefront. 6,65 acres,  road access, $54,000,  D,L,'3250 ~- botwoon Sakinaw �� Ruby  Lakes.- 1500�� - It-on  SaklnawLak��r1"-  crook. Hallowoll Rd onds at proporty,  $115,000.  RUBV LAKE ��, 400* ft lakefrohtage,  fl* treod acros, road access, $49,900.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 5 BR home,  full basomont, 1997 sq ft on main floor,  Built 197<>,, Separate' 700 sq ft  workshop, On 122* cholco waterfront  lot with ramp & float, $160,000.  CARTERS LANDING ��� Sakinaw Lake.  24.8* acres, 13504: ft lakofront, road  occoss, house, creek. $139,000.  7<  f COMMERCIAL PROPERTY^   ,      "       ii .'un i .nfciiii- nn. le'  EGMONT ��� 4 BR home, partial  basement," sundeck,on 3,3 acres,  27Q* ft choice watorfront. $95,000.  HOSPITAL BAY ��� 2 BR home on SOdb ft  beach lot, $57,000,   "-��-'#.'�� wt.uyy -fc ty  -' v���<**��iijiWNiiiii*j  (*<v>/4.'iK "*" '*  HASSANS STORE ��� Fraripl* PonlniMla,   " MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant store bldg,  General storo, 3 BR res|(|onco, rental      ��d|olnlno living quarters; One acre ofbrakh bav       ,���n*ilu/�����,        ��.*����.... �����.�����.���.... ���      .      r  houso, On;l.lS* acres wllh 160* ft       with 104'frontage on Madolra Pork Rd, ��ERRA^L u     ~   ,?l tl ".^Wi FRANC,S .^NINSULA - lar0��  3 BR  sheltered, de��rp waterfront,"$109,1)00���'Zon��dt8r$92,000.-  0Cr**4 * Ultnome.wUh llreplacer 3 M-��^����r^����t^d#irfgn��rf-tKmws on* 130 ft  plus cash foi;^^^,,,^,,;^,,-,^,...,,^,,, ���_.. - ,' r��"T' doch * "o^^50.���0' ^.��w,wlwtogR!s,*mooo.  UXtT^SSStRirSiimAmC^Umi u  asapsaaraaBaraaaiatss  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  w*m  A'  ���\  ki:  ���������'���'-fl|'���T.i,.,:���ri'{i:; y; rrj*.",'  :,..k.i,,:���*,W...  I  to^b/KM*  w * ��H*WrtW*����* *  *'- , Htfl  it   '  -���-���'���m.-'i ��(.�����  /  ,1  #WB*����MW��ieil*i9lM�� MW^Mr^W^M -^*WM*N��*�� (��*9��<Wllf*<tlW(l(��t�� "if <���*)   -WpBftSwJiW^A  'W^MWSs-w^''**''"****"-**^  !S��^w^ap*M��iww��^��W��S��*tWBrX ^^  fl-^d^pSp^S^il^ljp^^  '*->7:-- 't-tis ,.j<-;��t  ' ���pp  rv y It  ���/ ������  -v���-���-  PageBr4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  t  ':���'.:&������  -,���'*  0  -LxSr  ',  "���'-���' 'py]   ' ....-���  .:.... X   Ar^klXx  X _���_'_...X*X  '' y ky  '���i$  MA.xm  ~7T    r  \ \;  I)  p,   ,    '    v .,  '.',','  \l* 1"  -1  885-3211  ;;  H George Townsend, 885-3345 Frank Lewis; 886-9997  Doug Joyce, 885-2761     *... Jack Anderson, 885-2053   mt    ^__     w -  Bob Bull, 885-2503 stan Anderson, 885-2385  Vancouver Toil Free 684-8016  P.O. Box 1219 Sechelt  ISLANDVIEW PARK   : (Sunny West$echelt)���^ [  A Large Selection of Island View Lots, All Services Available.  CREEKSIDE PLACE (West sechelt)   MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION  This development is 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 rentalII  0-"-A--  ' II fi J  J/47�� ��> ���  I" ���  a.JSj:H, = JHsi1'-'"  ,-        rttoBJiTrait���  ii";t.  '&L<9CmG._'  NOTE:     Distances  shown in metres.  1  metre = 3.2^ feet  " ����s>  ADDITIONAL  LISTINGS  WEST SECHELT: Wofvan. Road,  Now 4 bdrm homo, Excollont  construction with good floor plan,  includes dishwasher. Skylight In  bathroom, finished rec room  Insulatod garage, carport &  sundock, Lovol trood lot, Hfifno Is  1154 sq ft, Financing arranged, FP  $54,900,  PRICE SCHEDULE  Lot 2  Lot 3  Lot 4  Lot5  Lot 6  Lot 7  Lot 8  Lot 9  Lot 10  Lot 11  to  /e^/vc^v^s^^ra��Y^^^y  I SEC1ELT ��j  \-,,~m~'��y  SECHELT VILLAGE: Surf Circle. 3  bdrms (2 In bsmt)* Homo has 2  fireplaces, heatilator In basement  * bedroom, 2 botbs;*ree room? large  laundry S workshop, Homo has  shake roof, concrete driveway,  carport & large sundeck, Landscaping mostly done, Many moro  extras. Clot* to schools &  shopping. FP $34,900,,,  T) T7TVQ i^Si^SW   "D II W^tl   TWiT* ���*���"��* ��� subdivision is locatod on Rodrooffs Road  IlmUURKJXmJr r rL/ilXV^n UlV/i approximately 5% mlle< west of Sochelt Village.  Hydro, tolophone and regional water serves the subdivision. The lots are wooded and lovol to gontly sloping. Particulars  of tho tubdlvltlon aro Included In tho prospectus ��� atk for your free copy.  PRICE-SCHEDULE  ROBERTS, CREEK: 3 bedfqom home  01S 1,67 acros. Spacious opon plan  of 1320 sq ft. Has onsulto off of  master bdrm. Home Has family  room & utility, Reduced  drastically In prick lor Immediate  salo. FP $48,000",  Lot 31  Lot 32  Lot 33  Lot 34  Lot 33  Lot 36  $11,900  SOLD  911.000  $11,600  $11,600  $11,900  Lot 37  Lot 38  Lot 39  Lot 40  Lot 41  Lot42  ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3  bdrrn home. Immediate  possession ��� pick your own  carpet*. Try your offor to $46,000,  $12,750  $11,900  SOLD  $11,600  $12,700  $15,500  $12,900  $11,190  $11,150  Lot 46  Lot 47  Lot 48  Lot 49  Lot 50  Dimensions aro given  In  both, foot and metres  GIBSONS: 2 ,1/2 acres with  modorn 3 bdrm basomont homo.  Oil fired hot wator heating, two  flroplacos, roc rm and many other  features, Approx 1 1/2 acros  cleared and In lawn with fruit  trees and shrubs, oxcollont soil,  ��� FP - $60,000r*p"--'"-~'-------�����  .,-.--~.-ji.,.--���-.���.��������� -...- - ,-.-..,.>���,.  6-f ACRES ON REID ROADi  Mostly cleared, some fruit troos" J(  yr'round crook. Property mostly  foncod, front yard landscaped &  In lawn, House It very large 2300  sq fli 2 fps, several' sets of  plumbing, Kitchen & LR have been  completely remodelled, South  slope, oil usable land, FP $83,000,  *W i,    i    i. ^fSnMT^T  r^ifm^i^^^^mmmmm  WEST   SECHELTi   2   bedrdom ��  (possible  third  In  grade  level     .,   ���.,..m^j*-. -V��S*lte,'WM- . ;/X'XrkXt'-'���:".">: >  Jiom**:.. :��     .-��C*tifK...;,,���-��K!   large <r��*,���>** ^ *"^W*?K*��mhi Mm vlW -  -   '���*  wmvm^mni ���>irihmr���h*foKmw,*4��9^i-~**~'���^^  numerous to mention. Priced for permitted, FP $11,900, * at full prlc* $13,000_eoch.       '  Immediate sole at $53,900.    f '        ���" ��� "*""-���~��_^       ���  ^VPVINI-W        IIIIIW        tit        y��VM1  bsmt), well appointed ho  Tfffp.^ST,Tar^aSffbTr,  MIDDL6POINTI  17  1/2 acres of  beautifully freed, view property  Zoning permits  1/2 acre lots ���  *Kc��it��m~ttoitJwo prpptrtyrff*  $45,000. Torms,  PENDER HARBOUR: Madeira  Castle '. unique home for value 8  location. 2800 ��sa f^, ��� yvltH  breathtaking " vkiyv, * Docor 'iii'. '  eludes .4>ri)^lnol ��mwratv ����nken  gold bathtub & extensive ctc|oc,,  wbf|<. Double windows  throughout and easy to heat, FP'  $72,0p0.   '  /���  ^P|^^^i^^��MW#��HM*������^  *      -, ���   * 0fe ��,  >)y.  t ''^ie��*M^r^mimmil^f^>^'^m��i^'i^:^  " ���'��� r  I*  X '   (  \  W^��^)TW^^W��*I)MH*S��:^^  'gMOilMf  J 'N-  ���::v".  r.  tai��t***��si'!Wi*WtW'.i(l s#*^i*^>tiW?BS*����*j>^^^ if sste  ^~\  -vs.  n  \,1\        ��  ' X) ���/������/    ' /  rsr.:  y..  P)rotecti0n^W'^yera-'&^ sellers of property  Wednesday, Oct. J8,1978 The Peninsula Times P^geB-5  Purchase of real property  involves a substantial amount  of money, it could be complicated and its successful  conclusion requires detailed  knowledge of the market,  municipal regulations and  legal matters.  Agents and sales, people,  licensed< under  the  Real  energy trees  Energy ��� like money-  does not grow on 4rees, but  trees can be an energy saving,  device.  Deciduous trees planted on:  the'south, .west or east side of  /your home^will grow to be ah  energy ] reduction  feature-r/. . and tall  evergreens^ planted on the  north side perform the function.  Shade produced by-  deciduous trees dping_ hot,  summer months reduces the  amount of solar heat your  Jiome absorbs and lessons the  burden placed on cooling  equipment. Evergreens block  icy winter blasts from the  north side, reducing the work  your furnance will have to do  to maintain reasonable  warmth in your home.  Estate ; Act :of British  Columbia are prepared  through stringent, prepensing training to perform  the complicated task of  purchase or sale of real  property, and all licensed  agents maintain a bond with a  minimum of $10,000 to coyer  any loss suffered by a client In  arealestatetransaction as a  result of .wrongful or dishonest  dealing by a real estate  licensee.   "*" 7  This bond is a condition of  licensing and is registered  with the Superintendent of  Insurance. Greater Vancouver purchasers are further  protected as the Real Estate  Board of Greater Vancouver  carries an excess bond of  $100,000 over , the__ required.  bonding, to protect customers  of seme four thousand Vancouver Board members:..  ���JJ&yP TO EVERY  WOMAN TO HAVE A  EAPTEST.  CERVICAL CANCER  CANADIAN  CANCER  soanr  George Townsend 885-3345  Doug Joyce 885-2761  Bob Bull  885-2503  Frank Lewis . 886-9997  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson      885-2385  IN THE VILLAGE: 3 bedroom exec home,  1650 sq ft all on one level. Features large  kitchen with eating area. Formal dining  ��� room, living room, der}, with bathroom  adjoining on o 5' crawlspace. Lor is fom-  pletely landscaped & ready to enjoy. This is  a medallion home with built-in yacuum  cleaning system. -Reduced_$3,000 for immediate sale at $5'3V500T.   ""���"-  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  remodelled. Shake roof, rancher  alum siding. Several - outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500.  REALTY LTD.  885-3211        "*J"  - (FREE REAL EST ATE CATALOGUE'  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  WEST SECHELT: -9.5 acres of good farm land.  Has new 4 bdrm ranch style home. 2 ponds  supplied by spring water with appro* 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All  services on paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt  centre. This property has many potential  uses. * .  -    - -   GIBSONS: Attractive two bedroom  home with part basement on large  sewered Jot 98x148'. Magnificent  view property. Cozy living room with  brick fireplace and w/w. Modern  kitchen with w/w7*7iew~cabinets &  view windows in eating area. Smart  vanity bathroom. Auto oil heating.  Excellent buy at FP $36,500.  StCHELT VILLAGE - Brand new 2  bdrm custom-built basem'ent. home.  Sunny bright kitchen. E^tra insulation  in the ceiling, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace. FF $56.500.   ��� '  BEAUTIFUL DAVI�� BAY: Immaculate  3 bedroom home in this most  desirable areq. Features are:  ensuite, acorn fireplace, electric  forced air heating and a most attractive view!  FP $55,000. _-  VIEW HOME, DAVIS BAY: 3  bedrooms, large living room and a  fantastic landscaping job. Garage in  part basement. Lot is 60 x 150,  .blafktop driveway, 1 block to level  beach. Asking $48,900.  SELMA PARK: Fantastic view! Near  new family, home on large treed  garden property. Large living room,"  separate dining room. Rec room is  finished plus extra bedroom ground  .level. 12x26' sundeck. Double  carport. Landscaped, rock 'wall,  shrubs & shade trees. Excellent  value. FP $57,500. Price is firm.  CREEKSIDE HCJME: on 6/10 acre with  parklike setting, towering tree*: &  spacious, easy to maintain level  lawns.   One   year   new   expansive  lhome___has'^twbiyajge_bpdrpooms_.  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 _q_440'_  workshop-wlth 3 p_ce,plumbing.Xlose-  "tcrthe~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'-(l/2-ac-plus).- Many-  trees & good privacy. FP $99,50p.  i\  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  finished basement in area of new.  homes.  Features  include large kit- '  chen &  nook,  f lreplaceT~basement _  flue for stove,'finished rec room in  basement, carport, sundeck and  a    f&  level easy to landscape yard, Priced    v->*  right at $53,900.  WEST SECHELT: '900 sq ft 2 bdrm  home, on a lot that ls 62x205'. Needs  some minor repairs and landscaping.  Priced to sell Immediately' at  $33,900.  CLOSE TO BEACH: Redrooffs area ���,  4 bedroom (one Is In basement)'  home on largfje'lot close to beach,  boat launching, schools & store.  l/50th Interest In waterfront ,lot.  Carport, sundeck, landscaping done.  FP $45,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Ideal location  close to boat launch. 1096 sq ft with  fireplace, plus patio & workshop,  targe treed lot, FP $43J5flO_Term��l  WEST SECHELT: 4 bedroom home  with 2 baths, family room, w/w  carpets make this 2000 sq ft  residence ideal lor an up/down  duplex which Is only,steps away from  a public beach with access for boat  launching & swimming. Situated on  1/3 acre lot. Real Investment I FP  $41,500, Try your terms,  HALFMOON BAY: Family home on good lot near water, Bdsement  and many other features, Bring all offers to $44,500,  ��� ' v p ....-.-���, ������'������'.p  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building tot 72 x 105' closo to beach access,,  Property Is sloping to the south. Paved road. A'klng $.15,Q0Qt.. ��� ���  8jAC8EJ/IEVy_COUNTRY-tSTATE:-3  bedroom, 1400 sq ft full basement  homo with spacious livlng-dlnlng  room. Fireplaces up and down plus  extra flue In basement. Open  staircase to rec room, extensive  coddr work Inside and good kitchen  cupboards. Large carport with  storage and 22 x 45' swimming pool,  Approx 3 acres landscaped lawn,  Orchard, fishpond, year round creek,  organic garden, groonhouse and  complete privacy. FP $91,000.  WEST SECHELT: 1/2 acre trood vlow lot In a qulot residential subdivision off Mason Rd, This will bo tfio f lno��f rosldontlal aroa on tho >  coast. Tho lot hat all facllltlos Including sowor. Lots ol topsoli, FP  $15,500, .���-������',,  rAK'flYmii^WWMUiiiiw  REDROOFFS AREA- Wlldwood Rd��� 125 x 200' lovel lot, vory oasy to  build orf, Beautiful evergreens, Prlcod for'Immediate salo at  $11,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: PobbloCroscont. largo city lot cloarod, roady for  building-Prlcod at $13,000.     ���>���',. ',  FRANCIS AVENUE: Rodrooffs ��� 2 bodroom cottago on 1.54 acros of  land vYlth fruit troos, and a good gardon. Almpst 1/2 cloarod, Cottage Is vory cozy with hoatllator flroplaco and a carport. FP $47,500.  CLEARED LEVEL LOTi Socholt Vlllago -62.5 x 120', Roady for  building, Ownor will trado'ps part down paymont on homo, Valuo  $11,500.  REDROOFFS AJIEAi Approx one trood acre. 99' on Redrooffs Rd,,  "Tlo����,fo'bda^K','a^  $11,500,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME-, 060 sq ft 2 bdrm home with appllancos, All  wall to wall carpot. Cozy A Inexpensive to heat, Concroto drlvoway  and parking slqb, Fir Road location. FP $43,500, forms.  SECHELT VILLAGE WATERFRONT: 150' of trood gently sloping easy  to build on waterfront. All sorvlcos Including sowor lator this yoar.  Serious waterjront buyors s|io��ld soo this ono, FP $30,000,  /"'__ ;_ ,���__   DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT: Easy torrhs ��� 20% down �� tho balance oyer  easy payments on this southern oxposuro vlow lot, ExcaVatlon-and  clearing havo booh ctone. FP $ 12,900. ""-  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOMEi A cozy, noar now 792 sq ft 2 bodroom  homo close to the boach at Chapman Crook, No stairs, oloctrlc heat,  doublo glazing. Government prepaid loaso has 19 years to run, FP  $32,000,  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Clolo to 1/2 acro, Lovol building lot, Hydro  and roglonal wator at road, Chock & comparo, Attractlvoly prlcod at  $9,490, ,. M      ,  SECHELT VILLAGE) 5 acres measuring 330x660',-Will ovontuolly  hnvo a vlow, Closo to tho arena. Try your offor to $35,000,  SELMA PARK VIEW, f.OTi Extra largo 90x179' lot, cornor location,  oasy accoss, excellent view of Trail Island, FP $15,500,  UPPER ROBERTS CREEKi 10' acros of land with 3 bdrm near-new,  homo ol 2376 sq ft, and a 4000 sq ft aluminum clad, fully Insulated  .building, Building Is all wired for 220 power A could havo many  "Uios,'Coherofo fltior," cloar* ipdii. FP $09,900,"    '  """   ''   r^,: _���,���;.  LOWER ROAD, ROBERTS CREEKi Ovor 5 acres of gontly sloping  proporty w|��h *ou|horn oxposuro, 380x300'. Year-round crook flows  throwgh corner of proporty. Excellent buy at FP $35,000. .  '***^T*Tp,"''*^^"-j'^'-*"^~'**^f^ yf.-x  ["WATERFRONT ^flO|��WPI8"TANB(N'(Jr g-aj���g^ |n-|;<S^ ^* ���  1   each 50x200'. plder typo 3 bdrtn bungalow on apjo lot, Could bo  restored. Lots |ovo| wl(h sqfo moorago In front. Excellent buy at FP  '$75,000/   ������ ���' ��� ������ ���   ������'   '������������,���        ���'    *>"���''���       ������ ���   -���      ���>  DAVIS BAY WATERFRONTkS bedroohvilnglo level homo on 03 ft of  tho best waterfront wo can offor. Largo sundock on tho vlow side,  westerly outlook, Lara* kltchon family room combination. Uving  room Is 10x21 1/2' and hat a (ull brick wall flroplaco, The.property  also supports a workshop, a panabodo playhouse and a boat house  on fhe beach, FP $79,900, <  Offices at:  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  Gibsons  Phone 886-2234       '���;  Toll Free 682-1513    .  CONVEYANCING   -   REAL   ESTATE   CONSULTING  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD  .    RR 1, Gibsons   VON 1V0      ..  APPRAISALS   -   MORTGAGES  Offices at:  DENTAL BLOCK  Gibsons  Phone 886-2277  Toll Free 682-1^3^  NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  NQRTf-f 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  needs. Large country style kitchen. Three  bedroom with master bedroom featuring full"  ensuite plumbing and walk-in closet. Huge  wrap-around sundeck. Level, landscaped  property. Only a short walk to shops and  schools. " $61,500  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Roberts Creek.  Excellent two bedroom starter or retirement  home in quiet subdivision only 4 miles to  Gibsons. Home is on a nicely landscaped lot  and only one block to level beach. Some view.  Can be purchased for under $2,000 down and  with such low payments there is no reason to  rent. $39,900.  FAIRVIEW ROAD: Lovely full basement home  on quiet-street. Two bedrooms upstairs and  one not quite completed downstairs. Woll to  wall carpeting, throughout. Heatilator  fireplace and thermopane - windows for  heating economy. House is situated on a 1/2  acre lot with some water view. $49,500  FIRCREST PL: Three bedroom home in a quiet  rural subdiv^^t^- 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. Lots of  extras. $56,900.  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  coiy A-frame home, tucked away, on a  beautifully treed lot. The house is approximately 3/4 finished and an enterprising  couple should have a good time finishing it off  to suit their own taste. The asking price for  this hide-away project is $34,900  LOOKOUT AVENUE ��� Near new three  bedroom home in good condition on large  view lot -in new subdivision just past the  Sunshine Coast Arena in Sechelt. Boating  facilities close by. Owner is transferred and  you can haye 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.  WILS.ON' CREEK: Over one-half acre of in-,  credible land, level with super growing soil.  Landscaping only., requires tidy-up. one  bedroom home presently rented for $175 per  month, shows great potential as revenue or  starter home. $27,900.  FIRCREST PLACE: New large ranch style home  with tongue and groove .cedar feature walls'-  in the living room,and family room. You can'  eliminate heatingJbills with 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.  HILLCREST RD: Excellent three. bedroom  family home close to schools and shopping.  Partial basement, separate utility room.  Landscaping is in-with many large trees in the  back yard. Nice neat home priced to sell.  $42,700.  POPLAR LANE: Three bedrooms, master has  ensuite. Nice bright kitchen. No need for a  second car in this convenient location.  $47,500.  FRONTAGE RD: Langdale. Something special!  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 thermo windows  throughout, efficient hot water heating, air  conditioning,-intercom, Jenn-air range, built-  in oven and dishwasher, expensive light  fixtures, 200 amp service and many more fine  features. Located close to school and within  easy walking distance to ferry terminal. All  this for the price of $84,900.  YMCA ROAD: Excellent quality built home.  Two bedrooms, two fireplaces and finished  basement. $54,900.  NORTH ROAD: Immaculate 1974 Neonex  mobile home set up on landscaped 50 x f39  ~pad~ifTComeciu "TrailerCourfr $12^900".  CHEKWELP: Prime waterfront on Chekwelp  Indian Reserve. Three bedrooms, stone  fireplace. A truly beautiful spot. $36,750, _  FAIRVIEW: 1974 Neonex Mobile Home set up  with deck and lots of extras on large landscaped lot. $27,900.  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.  MARTIN ROAD: You couldn't wish_for_a_b>tter_  centred location in Gibsons being within easy  walking distance to shops, schools and  harbor. Spacious and comfortable one level  home in excellent conditio!) 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.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lots 40  x 150 each. One lot has a cottage which ceii-ld  be rented. These lots are mostly cleared and-  ready for building. A spectacular view of the  entire Bay area and- Keats Island. $27,500.  GRANTHAMS LANDING: Well kept two  bedroom family home with full basement.  Basement has rec room workshop and  laundry -room. New shake roof. Home  features thermopane windows, hot water  heating and low taxes. Grounds are  beautifully landscaped. Large sundeck fo  enjoy a lovely waterview of Keats Island and  the Gap.5$39,900.        _-U   __        ^ ^   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 locatec  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 I 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  lot represents the ideal Investment property^  There are 1232 square feet In both of thesr  side by side suites. Features are post and  beam construction with feature wall fireplace  and sundecks. There is appedjo^eparate  rental "markets "with" a"two and a three  bedroom suite. Assumption of present  mortgage makes purchase very easy and a  yearly income of ovor $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 w|thln 3 blocks of the.  shopplngcentre, schools and medlcgLcllnJc-Como-lnand dlscugra-nnirnKd-  ~<x teres a package deal with approved bank financing. Lots priced between  $10,900 and $13,900 depending on view and size.  SCHOOL ROAD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On  sewer. Three block's from schools and  shopping centre. Cleared for building.  $16,000 each. .  '" ',    ,   ' ��� ���    ' ���    "  SECHELT INLET ESTATES; Four building lots on  Sandy Hook Rd. Water, hydro and tolophone  to oach lot. Those lots have a spoctacular  view of Porpolso Bay and aro only 4 1 /2 miles  from Socholt. One priced at $B,900 the other  three at $10,000.  SOUTH FLETCHER! At School Road. Two lots 40  x 150 oach. One lot has a cottago which could  bo roritbd, Thoso lots aro mostly cleared and,  roady for building. A spoctacular vlqw of the  ontlro Bay aroa arid Koats Island, $27,500.  .   '     ____ ������,  *.-. ,  GOWER PT RD at 14th; Noarly 1/2 acre of  [���vJaw..prpp0r4y^Approxlmatolv-8O-H-95O'-rR2��f  zonod, with 2 distinctive building sltos. Local  bylaws allow 2 dwolllngs on this property.  Partially cloarod, Closo to Gibsons and closo  to the beach, $16,900,  SKYLINE DR; This 70x59x131x122 foot lol  with expensive view of the Bay area and  Gibsons Village Is very well prlcod. $11,500  GRANDVIEW & PRATT: Balding lot In a fast-  growing area. Approximate size Is  146x141x74x125. Present all offors on tho  asking price of $11,500,  FAIRVIEW ROAD: Nearly 1/4 acre of flat easy  to build on land. Mobile homes are allowed.  Large cedar troes provide privacy and  enhance this setting. Closo to Cedai' Grove  School. $11,900.  LANGDALE RIDGE:N|ce wator  bargain prlcod lot. $8,950.  rVlo1  yrfro  om tnls  GOWER PT RD at ISthi 1/2 acro watorfront  , vlow lot. Building site has boon oxcavatad  and soptlc tank and flaid In and approvod,  Stoop to boach but has walkdble path In.  .Hydr-9s.:t<nd,y<��H��rJn,J29(8.00.,.���,�� .,,..���,..,���..,-,���,������  MAPLE ROAD; ,97 of an acro on Maplo Road  -.*��..i.,....p .^......-^.~.��...tir~*r~i^.*,..,,l,rrir-lt.*rm~.m. ,.���,......, ���->���-  (arlvoHown Pino Road). Southern-exposure  with wator and Island vlow. $19,900.  POPLAR LANEi Village lot hancfy to all  amonltlos. 65 x 135, Very reasonably prlcod  at $0,900.  COCHRANE ROAD; Good building lot 65 x  130, Closo to shopping and the ocoan. Sowor  oaiomont of  10' on s.o, sldo of  tho' jot,  '"$12,50or "���*" "���"���" "* "���"" -; ������:-  PRATT ROADi Noar Codar Grovo School, This  lot Is cloarod and ready to build on, -Mature  fruit troos dot Ihls 76x125 lot. $13,500,  DAVIDSON ROAD: 2/5 of an acre with q.  fantastic view  from, Langdale  Ridge.  This  proporty has a smdll crook on tho vory,back  of the property. All now homes In this aroa.  ' $14,900.     .  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  beach. Full view of the Inlot. Piped community  water available.-$9,900,  GLASSFORD RD; This must bo tho best buy on  the market. 63 x lid' cleared, Sowor and  wator connected. Culvert and fill. Ready to  build. $10,000.   .GOWER. PJ-RDi~at~15th_Ave.-Soper~vlow-lat-  with good building site, troos and privacy.  Prlcod for quick salo. $13,900.  LAUREL RDi. on the high sldo of tho road this  Davis Bay view lot will bo all your droam  homo ever Imagined, Prlcod to soil and  waiting for you to build, $14,900.  I" "'"I1 l'WWBiH��>il��i.i.lt.i��ll ������.ili.miiHMlHi.il .�����������.���,  LAUREL RD: Approxlmatoly 72x297' nlcoly  trood, somo cloarlng on tho lot will create a,  >oq��Jt(f.MLpqy|i Bayvlow. Almost-1/2 acro of  view proporty Is hard to find. $17,900.  ���^_  CHEHYL-ANNE PARK ROADi Roborts Crook.  Largo lot with boautlful trees and sonip vlow  on qulot cul do sac In aroa of flna homos,  Lowly prlcod at $12,500 and tho owner will  consider term*., See thll attractive, proporty  beforo you decide,  )  HILLCREST ROADi  Only $3,000 down I Balanco by Agroomont for Salo will purchase one of  thoso beautiful view lots at tho ond of a qulot cul do sac, All underground'  sorvlcos sq thoro Ii nothing -o taar tho vlow, Thoso lots aro cloarod and  ready to build on, The ravltioln front will enfuro y^ur privacy. Those lots  represent oxcollont valuo. Prlcod from $13,900, *  >. j  ACREAGES  *m**mmmmmmiimmmmmmmmmmmmwm  'APPROXIMATELY 3 ACRES I Trood, penflo southorly slope. 260'  highway frontage., Somo merchantable tlmbor, Handy location,  cloie to Joe Road, FP $31,000^     ' >ii   ���  boach, roadocc4s��, This lot Is partially <loarod and foncod, roady to  -build on. A. qulot stroof cloto to all facllltlos. One of a kind at  $16,900., ��������������� : i ,-.*���,,, '-    ��� ���'���   ���  ��� .'������ ���'  ,-".     '   ���������      A'    '    ��� ���>   '      ''    \    '     " ���    :      _    ���   J*'  'S  s  O'SHEA & ABBS ROADSi Approximately 2 1/2  acros af prlmo, vlow property approved for a  10 lot subdivision by Ihe Vlllago of Gibsons,  Included li a complete ��of ofimoinoerlno"  drawings outlining slio of lots and sorvlcos  required, $31,500,    \  DAVIS ROADj Ideal starter/^&r retirement  home. Only two blocks fK>nT schools and  shopping. This three bedroom home has  everything you need for comfort and convenience. The carport cquld 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.  "NORWEST-BAY ROAD: An ideal park-like  setting surrounds this one year old ranch  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.  B  B  MASKELL ROADi 1,44 acres of subdivldablo  proporty on Masked Roqd and Lower Roborti  Creek Road.'Zoning allows for  1/2 ac��iw|  aroa only'V  LEtK ROADi Nlcoly treed % plus acres ap.  proximately 140x625, Hydro to the lot line  ocludod yet close to easy access beach, Ideal  m,|��� \'0m Olbsont   $19 900  (or your permanent home, recreational homo m      "om uinsons. $19,900  o> simply as a holding property. $21,300.      Pl^ road, 3,1 .acres In rural Olbioni, This  .' ; virtually squaro lot affords marty building  MARTIN RPi 3,4 parklike acres, Accoh from  ��l'��,f��r the two allowable dwellings, Low  ;c !>��!.;>ad<^llfcmw��-prlvatyr>Weel^^  Close to Village, $29,900, " "   toreit rato��,(i*.^,900,   -���"���--���  *�����-"'���"  ',       -* -Y        I r.��T.���,.,��� mmmmmUm*--*.--^^ ,  LORRIE GIRARD,     JONMcRAE       ANNE GURNEY      CHRIS KANKjilNEN ,    ARNE PETTERSEN      MY VISSER     DAVE ROBERTS  ,   '   ��WM MM870 886-2164 M5-3M5 W0793 fSMSOO W-8040        _  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������MHMHi1  / 'i'i'' '      ' "v I ���      ' '  SCHOOL   ROADi,  I lots, On s*wor dni  -   -U������iw^patt  1,36  acres   adjacent   to  sorvlcos, $5131,000  r>  \  lt��wft��w.   m. wmwimw,.  ��.��t*W*W.   )��l)*H(M_��-V*rt*iU��l-��*  m) "���f.fWwMWW pji����a'w*4Wn��fl"wni^i'  * a#-^^t'.i��sl��^p;��jas*iWiW**w����i  V B**#rtW*   ffktrtptfutJMMppi r tHtitu&tfiW. wfrUWiM-ttW *timH(t��tW(T��  Oj-NSfO-JW ���*  t TWWWri&l&llirtmint^^  'Sii^^H^^MM-^j!^^  Vi  iWMwaWfwM'K**?!*)*^^  wiifflBm^o^Si^SWrrtrfa^^  ���*J,  \l '  I  /'  '"'  f  \  t      ,  "    1  ',    ���  I,  'I  ,' / X"\  i     '.' y '   .   -,"    ; ;������ ������  '- ���/ ���/������'���-  AF--  . i  V ���  yyi-  1    lJ  '/  i  -1.  '*,-<,.<i  PageB-6  The Peninsula Times,       Oct. 18,1978  Explaining the term  ''Buyer's Market"  -The words buyers!- markfct  should not throw fear into the  breast of a vendor. Instead, it  can work in his favour. .  Traditionally, more houses  are made available on the  market at this time of year,  and though this may present  some buyer-confusion, you  may be sure that a good  property, realistically priced,  and made attractive to  potential purchasers, will be  chosen by a buyer who will be  happy with his choice because  he has had, great comparison  The loss  opportunity.  Convenience, location,  condition, space and facilities,  neighbourhood,and price are  the six major considerations  that govern any "buyer's  choice. If your property meets  . most of _ all ol _the- .average  buyer's needs you can depend  on plenty of activity and an  eventual satisfactory sale.  Existing homes on the  market today are good value  because they can never be  duplicated at the same price  again. <   **  l vestment  money in Canada  ��� Canadian investment  money has been nioun;, tn  increasing amounts to the  .United States. A part of the  reason is that - the JUmted-  States^ is considered - at  present -- ;i better place to do  business because of lower  taxes, lower labor'costs,  higher productivity <��nd less-  governniefirmtervention.  Loss ofj-ftivestmom uioney  in ��� (.'anuriti is not just <i  problem in ihe board rooms of  the nation it is u pioblem  for every last citizen of the-  country.  lt meat..s little oi; no expansion in indu^rj v - so  less jobs rnme on .itream, ;md  as school ^tadujites join ihe  work ioivc.-there is no work  tor t.'a,; Less expansion in  industry, means less of the  industrial and commercial tax  base that has supplied the  '4You certainly had us  worried when you  pretended to have  discovered vast reserves  of oil under your North  Sea."   y  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  major source of revenue for  government funding��� and  extra tax dollars must then be  gleaned  from  the  ordinary  , citizen;   .. ������-' -��� -  Less productivity and  Higher labor costs means we  can't compete in world  markets. It's time for every  .taxpayer to worry because  loss of Canadian investment is  a-personal loss to everyone.  "When are we going to be a two-  carpet family like the Yusseffs?"  Thoughts on our energy-related future  For over a century  Canadians have strived to  gain a higher standard of  living, and particularly in the  past decade we have come to  expect an annual escalation in  our share of good things of  life.  . NowL.it is becoming clear  that we must re-think this  .ever-upward mobility and  adjust to a declining standard  of living and shortage of  energy. .  Our   resource   oriented  economy  must   adjust  to  careful husbanding of the nonrenewable resources at hand  by dou^ everything possible  to conserve energy. Less use  of. energy consuming apj|  pliances, smaller cars, more'  use of public transit and less  leisure, travel and its related  y,  activities will go a long way  towards saving our fast  dwindling energy reserves.  Canadians must' all  cooperate in buying the time  that will allow our technology  to develop new sources of  energy.  -** .  <0  \*:  Mitten Realty Ltd. ******   \jmf__  _      ��_ Box-929-Sech<  Van. Direct  681-7931 /  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure  SECHELT  HOMES  HOMES  HOMES  GIBSONS BLUFF   ' $110,000  Executive waterfront home- on the  Georgia Bluff in Gibsons. This is a  large 4 bdrm family home, quality  space are only two of the many  features of this home. Three large  sundecks to enjoy 180 degree view  of Howe Sound, islands and  mountains. Separate two-bdrm guest  cottage, fully insulated, located on  the lower level of this large double  lot. Phone Suzanne Dunkerton for .  further, details.  DAVIS BAY-VIEW $53,000  Need a house in a hurry? This  spacious three bedroom home , is  spotless and��� available now. - It  features double plumbing, fireplace,  electric heat, /ec room, carport,  sundeclT and a simply lovely view.  Call Corry Ross.  GRANTHAMS $30,000  Looking i-or a home overlooking the  sea and Isles? Want to- be  surrounded by peace and .friendliness?-Granthams is looking-for  you. This two bedroom house needs  inside painting and some tender  loving care, to the garden. Wonderful  buy for a young person's first home.  $4000 down will get you into this  handyman's special. Call Suzanne  _Dunkerton-for- viewing.  ROBERTS CREEK $50,000  Looking for an unfinished house and  a couple of acres? I'm "here and  available with 3 bdrms and a lovely  large comfy living room. My kitchen  is convenient and spacious, my  grounds could be a ' landscaper's  delight. Call Suzanne and she'll show  me to you.  ROBERTSCREEK $30,000  Sturdy two bedroom summer cottage  approx 10 years young. Located on  extra large seml_-vyaterfront lot. Just  across the road -from - level-beach  access. Call Corry Ross for appointment to view.  GIBSONS reduced by $4000 to  $62,500  -Here is a three bedroom home built  with quality & care. > Heatilator  fireplace in living room set against a  feature cedar wall. Full ensuite off a  large master bedroom.iCFinished rec  room with _a Schroader airtight.  Workshop and utility area with an  entrance from the carport. Please  Call Suzanne Dunkerton for viewing.  GIBSONS j .     $49,500  Here is a' home with a basement  where the children can do their thing  without .disturbing" .anyone. Large  .convenient kitchen, lots of counter  and cupboard space. Spacious yet  ~~ cozy living room with a f ifeplace, 3  bdrms upstairs and a possible 4th in  the basement, close to all amenities.  Call Suzanne Dunkertorr to view this  lovely home.  WESTSECHELT .    ,$61,500  Magnificent ocean view from this  . sparkling clean two bedroom home. -  Well built and insulated with double  pane windows. Extra guest suite for  - - your weekend visitors..; Call Jerri  Hanson for-more interesting details.  LANGDALE ^ . ' ~"* $89,500  Semi-waterfront with beach access.  Spectacular view of Gambier Island  and- Howe Sound. Three bdrm, 2  bathrooms, indirect lighting and two  fireplaces are a few of the .features  of this spacious home. Lots of privacy  on this parkiike property situated  on the north side of the ferry slip on  Smith Road. Don't miss seeing this  home. Call Terri, Hanson for more  details.  PRATT ROAD $53,000  Spacious two bedroom home  situated on one acre. Separate dining  room, large kitchen, features include  wood panelling, fireplace and a 12 x  20' workshop. Call Terri Hanson for  more info.  ACREAGE ft TRAILER $38,000  Largely  cleared  Into  bright sunny   -  home. Good well, driveway im trailer  ���  set up on pad. Quiet location. Call  Ann Ibbitson to view.  GIBSONS - $35,500  Four bedroom older home with a ,  large separate dining room, full -  basement. Needs work but is a solid  family home. Assumablemortgage of  $29,500. Maybe you are eligible for  Gov't 2nd. Then you can make this  your home with less than $2000  down "payment. Call Ann Ibbitson.  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS WF ACREAGE     $89,500  If quality and beauty combined with  a relaxed atmosphere is your  lifestyle, this Is the home for you. The  kitchen has been designed with  convenience and elegance, Jenn-alr  range, built-in wall oven & dishwasher. Lots of cupboards and plenty  of counter space. Kitchen, dining &  iiving~rooms~are open plan for that  relaxed family living. Bathroom has a  sunken tub, double sinks and sauna.  TJie*view is beautiful and landscaping is tastefully done. There is a  little guest cottage for your weekend  guests. Give Suzanne a call for  further information on this quality  home.  ROBERTS CREEK $85,000  This property is exceptional! Approximately 76 feet of secluded level  waterfront with a charming two  bedroom home in immaculate  condition, plus a pretty little guest  cottage in a lovely garden ..setting.  Call Corry Ross.  .929-Sechelt-V0N-3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  Sl  ���:&*!m    %���  ,rt.JSr r  M  M  /  1 vt-"  OUR SALES TEAM  WATERFRONT  WATERFRONT PROPERTY  A selection hard to beat ��� prices  range from $28,000 to $60,000. Call  Ann Ibbitson to show you. Some are  rocky, some flat, some treed ��� your  choice.  WATERFRONT LOTS  .SANDY HOOK__     .   _     $$27,500,  Well located view lot approx 70 x  200' on Coracle Road. Sign on. Call  . Corry Ross.  SECRET COVE , $70,000  Approx 370' of waterfront with S.W.  '*  Exposure.   Older   2   bdrm   cottage,  private dock  with  good  moorage.  Call Corry Ross.  SEAMOUNT INDUSTRIAL PARK  Located on the west side of Gibsons  Village, serviced with 340/600 3-  phase power, sewer & water, zoned  light-industrial/service-commercial.  Prices start at $11,950. A business  investment opportunity. Call Don  Sutherland1.  LOTS  TUWANEK-RECREATIONAL    $19,000  Ideal recreational property. Solid  cabin on treed lo't, close to the beach.  Call Terri Hanson for more details.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS T$ 10.000  Built your country retreat and enjoy'  the  Inlet  view   of   mountains   and  water. Lot is serviced with telephone  and  -underground    wiring.    Call  Suzanne Dunkerton. L  SELMA PARK  Large building lot in developed area.  Some lovely trees. Build at the back  and retain your privacy in the front.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton.  INDUSTRIAL  SECHELT VILLAGE $147,000  Attention investors! This well  located-7 year old concrete block  2400 sq ft approx building is zoned  industrial. Approx 189' frontage,"  ample parking plus dependable  tenants. For income information etc.  call Don Sutherland.  DON SUTHERLAND  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRYROSS  885-9520  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver   ~  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver'   4    ���"-     OTHER OFFICES  3343 Kingsway * TO SERVE-YOU  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES  CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Surrey  10474.137th Street  Langley   " ."  20585 Fraser Hwy  "Powell Rivjar  4726 Marine'Avenue  <\  Vf  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235M-.uu.  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  We Are As Close As Your Phone  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  WEST  SECHELT HOME  #4004  .mxx..,,, ,..,.  'r.  |lf.!plL^fe��^oi^m.JmmaculotB.-mobil��-home,.wIth^  deck and carpbrt, Oh a large lot, Would support  2nd (louse, 361' or) Norwest Bay Rd, Lovely big  ovorgroens too, Range & fridge Included In asking  nrkf of $30,400, which also Includes water view.  flETER S/WITH, 005-9463 evet.,  LOOKING FOR A MILE HOME #4006  .This 4year old mobile home Is In excellent condition; 12 k  i60\ 2 bodrooms, thermopane windows, toml-encloiod porch  With flower boxes. Locatod In West Sechelt trailer park, Alto  Included In talo It garden shed with heater, for that extra  storage, Try yourofferl Atklng $13,900. JIM WOOD, 885-  2571 ovos,  VIEW-SECLUDED.BEACH ACCESS #4012  Excellent nearly new- 3 bedroom view home In beautiful  toc|udod location on Porpolte Drive overlooking Secholt  Inlot.. Donut feature It the beach accett directly acrott the  road, Vandorli alio offering termt with $10,000 down on  the FP of $46,000. Mar* Information from PETER SMITH, 003-  9463 ovot. or BERT WALKER, 005-3746 evet,  "'���"-v ��� ' '��� ��       'x.  SUMMER OR AUTUMN? #3972  Dootn'l matter, Thlt It.tho perfect tpot to tpend both I  Socludod watorfrani hldoflWay, on* bddrbbm fully {umlihed  cabin all ready for your occupancy. Come now and watch the  fall leaves coloring, Yourt for |u��t $31,000. RUTH MOORE,  005-9213 evet. v ' -        i  LEVEL LOT #3856  Nice Inlet view, nedr marina & Ice arena. All local tervlcet.  All new homes In area. Lot size 70 x, 125', All offers-considered, try $3,000 down. DON HADDEN, 885-9504 eves,  2 WATERFRONT LOTS #4014 & 4015  Each lot although steep In tho centro has 100' of good usable  beach with house sites at beach level or road levej. Excellent  for summor homo pr secluded homotlte. Unoxcollod view of  Morry laland. DON LOCK, 803-2525 for all dotqlli,      ,  REDROOFFS AREA #3908  Big lot, 80 x 260', near level. Zoned for your mobile home.  Clotejto a BHL4fILnWf.t9.WiJGl^  -"antThydro. Asking price $10,200, PETER SMITH, B85-9463  eves, '  WESTSECHELT #3834 ft 3835  Choice lott, almost level, tome with view, on paved road,  with wator & hydro In, Jutt 1,7 mllos from Socholt, Bu|ldlng  schomo profoctt your Invettmont, Prlcet ttart at $10,000,  DON HADDEN, 005-9504 evot.  MOVING?    w #3993  Here's your chance to move right Into this value-packed  home. Good.Secholt location for this lovely 3 bodroom home  complete with large fireplace, landscaped yard and many  quality features, Priced to buy at $44,500. RUTH MOORE,  885-9213 eves,     , i-  LAKE VIEW ACREAGE #4011  6 acros of high land overlooking Hotel Lake. Has tome  subdivision possibilities or a secluded Home In natural  turroundlngt. Call DON LOCK, 883-2526 evet and make  offer with low, low down paymont.  WESTSECHELT #3653  ..wJ^ge-l^-we^t-WroWh^opir^  aroa develops, Hydro, water, phone A fable TV on paved  road, FP $11,000. DON HADDEN, 885-9504 evet.  I,:  COUNTRY STYLE ACREAGE #3939  Gentle tloped 1 1/2 acrot of troed teclution, Develop your  own country tfylo ettate, Slzo 100 x 660' on blacktop road,  serviced with power A wator, and you can subdivide later to  recoup the ma|or part of your invottmont, Atklng $19,900,  JIM WOOD, 085-2571 ovot.  MOBILE HOME LOT #3989  Lbrgo tecludod lot In well treed qulot area, Power A water  available, Located on Richards Rd In Roborti Creek, No  problomt with nolty traffic, Oo A check It out then give mo "a  call, Atklng $11,900. JIM WOOD, 005-257) ovot,  EGMONT WATERFRONT  #3885  NATURALLY ATTRACTIVE  #3884  Stake your claim on one ot th���� Jtacre parcels near Kltln  lunctlon, Locatod In recreation country wllh paved road  accett, Bul|d your tecludod rondeivout and malntaln'th*  natural tolling, Lot ma thow you thoto attractive acrejSget  available on tormt from $16,500, 0ERT WALKER, 005-0746  ovot,  BEAUTIFUL HOME .    #3981  Two ttorev, 3 bedroom up, with bath. Main floor 1193 tq ft,  S*cd'#th.,ieh*.n��.hilV.I';r'nfl^lnlno rpom with hdhdiomt  fireplace. Alto I,J/J batht, and utlKty room, Carport and  workshop attachod, Super vlow from both floors. Hot water  hoat. Big,.oaty carti gardon, concrete drlvo and pathways.  Great value at $69,500, PETER SMITH, 085-9463 e</��t,  Convenient < waterfront lot offering deep and protected  moorage In Egmont. Soptlc tank ond field In, hydro, water A  phono available: Atklng $35,000. BERT VJ/ALKER, 085-3746  evet.  FALLING AUTUMN LEAVES #4002  Are only Improving the view from thlt choice Davit Bay  building lot. Clote lo the beach, tchoolt and park. $13,500,  RUTH MOORE, 005-9213 ovos,  I ACREAGE PLUS HOME #3980,  - 2,33 acros with year-round crook. Fourteen yoar old house'  that hat boon completely romodollod In the past years It  locatod on ono of fhe many building sites "bn thlt acreage,  DON LQCK, 003-2526 ovot,  ���JVjBSTJfRCHELJV|EW. ,/,,, ,,,., ,....,.,.,.,.,.,.J9m   Spectacular vlow lot overlooking Oull of Goorgla, Sorvlcod  on paved food, In area of new homos, Over 1/3 acre, BO/on  road, building scheme protects your investment, FP $19,500,  DON HADDEN, 865-9504 ovot,.  2 BEDROOM  $39,500  #4022  '!"��� " '  Sechelt central location with gonerout sized  landscapod grounds. Soparato 14x20' workshop'  plus a carport with storage area. Well kept opprox  800 sq ft homo with space to expand fonho young  family and/or the avid gardonor will find tho lot  adoquate,sFlat, level, short walk to store A post  , office and only a couple of blocks to public wharf  and boat accoss to Porpoise Bay/Sachelt Inlot. DOB  1KENT, 885-9461 evos,  HOME ON WATERFRONT 100' #4016  4 bodroom, den, spacious kltchon, living room, hugo on-  ���fortatninfl���roomr-laroo^iOrrdtck "to * approtlato ' ��ho*  magnificent panoramic view, Double garago, Nlcoly land-  scaped with a variety of fruit troes, lot tlio approx 300 x  100', Locatod In Wost Sochelt. Asking $87,000. JIM WOOD"  885-2571 ovot.  SMALL HOME ��� BIG VALUE #4018  One bedroom homo on choice view lot In Wott Socholt. Small  ,prlco of $32,000, but big vlOw and valuo, RUTH MOORE, 005-  ' 9213'evot,'' """  FAMILY HOME        PRICE REDUCTION #3999  Thlt 4 bodroom family home It an excellent buy with all  olfert contldorod by ownert. Large nook kltchon with ar-  borlte cupboards plus recreation foonp awl. Inside garage,\  Price I* reduced to $49,000, DON LOCK, 883-2526 ovot,  ymfimr,y.r,..,,,.. ,���, ,,....,, ,'#4021...  Largo lot suitable for homo our. doublo, wldo, onhancod by  grand vlow ol Socholt Inlot on paved road. Wator, hydrant,  power and phono at road, Zoned R2, Try your, offor to $9,000,  DON HADDEN, 885-9504 evot,  v     \  i       :.:I:fc''.'  !:."'!;  Kuthrtidre  885-9213  y.y,  Wlock  883-2526  h jn,<,^.*>+^.:VHf tMW*����**"l*   #-.(  Ifarfar Smith Don Hadden J!m*Wooilw ���^Bct��^  885-9463 885-9504 885-2571 885-3746 886-2691  Bob Kent  885-9461  John R. ��Hwin  885-2456  *f", n*i.i'.:"flT" "o '"T'"  ,   ft^K.f    f^l    1 l-V"  ,,V��'*'f��|C',��-  ti',',  X'JAX .,.���.... ��-,��ri};!.r,,t��.*-"tiit  ^Mt'^^^^^it^toVA^W^  oW��W���� -WmitSW^ftt^BWt^Wiawv: n\  .#*#����  i. > ���'      I  J.  .���..*'���' -.,*..���!.-���"'����� ���' .1   '  ;  Xf:  yjt-  *���'���  < t.  "5^��  "Uv*  Realistic insurance coverage  Has * your insurance  protection kept pace with the  value pf the home you are  insuring?. Increased values in  i real property over recent  years, as well as escalating  values for such insurables a's  precious stones,, collectors'  items, and antiques, could  mean that your present  coverage does notgiveyou the  ^protection you deserve. When  did you last check to make  sure that if you experienced a  fire your insurance policy will  "give you adequate coverage?  Haye you purchased new  furniture or  expensive appliances that are not included  in your' present" policy? Increased building costs have  ..possibly,   outstripped -the  formula existing when you  replaced your insurance  protection, and the -same  insurance protection, and the  same accommodation could  not be duplicated at the stated,  rate if destroyed by fire. It  will be too late to check AFTER a fire, so do if now and  guard  ' against    possible'  ��� Xr-  -cripplingloss.  MOREL'S FRAMING &  CONSTRUCTION LTD.  "SEE OUR  SPEC HOUSES"  specializing in   ���[������*.  CUSTOM HOME BUILDING &  FRAMING  886-2440  1 .  p]s=  Taxing a divided house  Owners of an older 'home  may have been renting a  portion of that home, and have  now decided to sell. Ordinarily  sale of a principal residence;  does not incur capital gains  tax, but the type of owner  Oct. 18,1978        The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  described should-be aware  that a portion of the sale of a  home that has had rental  accommodation will definitely  be taxable, in proportion to  the space used by the owner  compared to the space used as  income _propjrty,,_The_profit  attributable to the" rented  section of the building is  taxable, which means fifty per  cent of the net profit for that  1 proportionate, share of the  total sale price must be  recorded for capital gains tax.  If you are_..an owner in" this  category, get professional  advice from a real estate  agent, lawyer or tax consultant as to your position  under existing tax laws to  save yourself from any future  penalties.  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R Jt. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  We're the Neighborhood Professionals.  HOPKINS LANDING  Thoughts  on fencing  Fences fulfill three functions^. .. security, privacy  and provide a background for  individual - landscaping  schemes:  , If you are planning to fence  your property, there are some-:  steps you must follow.  Municipalities have basic  rules on fence height, and  though you probably won't  need a building permit to  erect a fence, if you don't  follow the height and set-back  restrictions, ^ you may be  forced to undue the work  you've done.  When you have decided on  the type of fending that fulfills r  your need, check with your'  municipal office to see how  high you are allowed to go  Most municipalities  limit  front fences to four feet in"  height, but many allow from  six to eight feet on side and  back yards.  ._ H.owever, income areas  corner lots are further  restricted to three and one  half feet hight in front and a  -minimum 20 foot-setback   Check      on*     fencing  regulations before building.  -=��� <*���-���  AND YOUR PROVINCIAL FORESTRY A*>  STARTER HOME... $2000  down. Dandy 2 bedroom home  with half basement, targe  kitchen'with cupboards. Stove  and fridge included. Asking _  $34,000. Chuck Dowman, 885-'  9374.  GIBSONS  SARGENT ROAD '��� $13,900  Magnificent ocean view tot, fully serviced, on sewer. 65 x 110','"  close to all amenities. Builders terms available. Larry Reardon,  ,885-9320.  GARDEN DELIGHT $43,000  Spotless home with workshop and carport. Easy walk to beach  and shops. Cement patio and fish- pond In private rear yard.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  ROBERTSCREEK  UP & DOWN DUPLEX   .,_..>"_       .'. $49,500  Large 3 bedroom With excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101. Vendor will consider  offers. Ed Baker 885-2641.  WILSON CREEK  COMMERCIAL HIGHWAY 101 RIPE FOR DEVELOPMENT  3.66 acres, 408 ft of highway frontage, by 396 ft deep on Airport  Road. Present revenue of $5700 per annum. Owner will consider  terms. Ken H. Wells, 886-7223.  DAVIS BAY  STARTER OR RETIREMENT $35,000  Terrific 3 bedroom older home with great kitchen, large living  room and stone fireplace. Good-high part basement arid 1 block  to beach. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  SANDY HOOK  1/3RDOFANACRE $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 8,500  At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ waterfront lot, close to road  and adjoining with an excellent view lot that lies next to B.T;  Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  TUWANEK  PRIVACY GALORE " $15,000  Third of an acre with storage sheds and great, building site.  Already cleared. Chuck Dowman,* 885-9374.  .   SECHELT  VILLAGE CONTEMPORARY -  $42,500. Near new 3 bedrobm  home with ' vaulted ceilings,  dandy kitchen fireplace and  thermo windows. Lot is level  7 'and :-fenced..j-EasyirwalkL_itOirj  shops and school. Chuck  Dowman, 885-0374.  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 houseftive's dream with built-in bar-b-que. Full double plbg.'  All features must be seen to be appreciated. Chuck Dowman,  .    885-9374.  TWEST SECHELT  EXCEPTIONAL     VALUE,  . $59,900. From the landscaped  grounds   and   cathedral   entrance to the 1 bdrm suite, this  ' almost    1500',    3    bdrm,    2  fireplaces,    large   rec   room'  beauty truly represents value." |  Situated in W. Sechelt, it is our  pleasure to show this home.  Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  $18,500  1.17 acres. Nicely treed, gentle, slope to.SW, will have a good  view when sojne 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. i  i ~ $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 al rear. Floor area 1584 sq ft. Chuck Dowman, 885-  9374.  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 125'x200'., Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  '    $13,500 -  Beautiful 1/2 acre lot, loaded with trees on blacktop road, with  water and hydro. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  - HALF-ACRE LOT  ���     $15,000-  Large treed lot at the corner ofc Redrooffs Road and the road to  Sargeant Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. Larry Reardon,  885-9320. ��  $12,500  Nor West Bay Rd wooded lot, 150 x 70. Zoned R2. Trailers  allowed. Sign on. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  MONEYMAKER $35,000  2yrold 3 bedroom full bsmt home on one acre. Live in whifeyou  do the finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.'  GARDEN BAY ROAD $22,500  Rock bluff buildirigsite on this 3.5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrific view over pasture land. All year stream. Easy "  terms available. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374."  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT -       -    .     $22,500  Semi-waterfront property, just across the Narrows Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour. Treed and good for building on, with  vjust the road between you and the water. Larry Reardon, 885-  9320.    . . '      "        ���---.  MADEIRA PARK RANCH $125,000  22 acre working ranch, all fenced and cross-fenced. Good large  barn, good pasture and some fruit trees. All year round water  ^supgly-And for thcMajly of the fio.usoJtJiflsa modern2 bedroom^  ^ "horned Has facilities"forhorse shows and rodeos. Larry Reardon,  885-9320.  GAMBIER ISLAND  $65,000  It's going to be ea'sy 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 min from new Brighton wharf. Larry  Reardon, 885-9320.  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Part* * Sales * Service  ���Rotor Latter Service for Disc Brakes   arid Drum" Brakes ,      '"   * Valve and Seat Grinding ���  ,�� All Makes Sorvlcod *- Datsun Specialists'  Gibsons  Phono 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Socholr  "B85-51BT  BLASTING  Ted's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  , Stump* * Ditch Lin**  Call lor a Ireo estimate anytlmo    \  m-tiU "AirTrack'Avalldbli"**  683.2385 "  TED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  COAST BACKHOE & TRUCKING LTD.  * Controlled Blasting  A Septic Tanks Installed  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS* BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madolra Park Phone 883-2585  WINDSOR PLYWOODS  [the Plywood People]  ALL PLYWOOD  Exotic and Construction  ! Panelling - Doors ��� Mouldings  Glues - Insulation  ���HwyMH ���  ��� G<Ihow>- - -886-0334-  FULLY INSURED * FREE ESTIMATES  883-2274  L & H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  ,   wltl*Red?Mlx plants  In Socholt & Pondor Harbour  1  Backhoes ��� Dumptrucki ��� Sand A Gravel  Porpoise Bay Rd,, Box 172, Sechelt  Ph. 885-5333 or 885-9666  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  , Lottorhoads, Envelopes,  Rafflo Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phono 885-3231  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  CM. CONTRACTING  Painting & Insulation  Free Eslmates  You Name It���We'll Do It  885-9272  Box 1583, Sechelt, B.C.  ���\ ' . '  ��� ���  , ' -  M.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING - EXCAVATION - TRUCKING  Complete Slto Preparation  Murray Warman Halfmoon Bay  885-5648  ^T^T,,i'i.jiSMN'Wi��ii|p>iii��i -ii-  i '..   .1 i      '    i in i.. hiiiiiiiiiv^  CONTRACTORS  ^ , ,   BUD'S TRUCKING  * w 'SAND: GRAVEL v FILL  \ fail dependable service  ,   PHONE 886-2952  Box 276,,Gibsons  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  ... 886-9031  Dump'Truck -Backhoo - Cat  ,   Wator, Sower, Drainage Installation.  - ' Land Cloarlng  FREE ESTIMATES  1111,11 ��� '"i I i'11  DISPOSAL SERVICES  jmMrr.u--n.n- n    i"      r     I    . I'll I1      I . I  .. T .'n ... i ._. n..   .nun in ".ii nin.r-n  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL S&RVICES>:TD.  l��orf Mellon to Ole'i fcove    ,  Telt 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Container* Available  ELECTRICIANS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ���   Electrical Contractors  ��� Residential & Commercial Wlrlrffl  ,     r    ,--��� Polo lino Installations  - Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062  . , ��� RUktlm  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  CABINETS - CARPETS - LINOLEUMS  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.p. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennet, sales manager  Phon* 886-2765  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINCS  CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS . DRAPES  OIBSONS �� SECHELT  885-3424  PEST CONTROL  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cablnots  Specialists In RemodelllnQ  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Thoatro, Gibsons  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  ,  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 GllUy Ave. . Burnaby  .-���v.'      '       ;'/���..,     ���     ' :  PRINTING SERVICE  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Ptione 885-323,1  TIRES  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  ,     ,       SALES 8 SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, 0:30 am to 5:30 pm  -Friday ovonlng by appolntmont only  RENTALS  HEATING  SECHELT HEATING  & INSTALLATION  Gas, Oil fi Eloctrlc Furnbcos  Flroplacos, Shoot Motol  Wayne Brackett Box 726  Ph. 885-2466 Sechelt, B.C.  PAINTING  " Do<pf Your Cluli or Oroup  Report Its Activities Regularly !a'Th�� Times'?  /*     ANDY'S PAINTING  WW'* > '  Professional Interior A Exterior, Painting  Froo Estimate  . CoVnmerclaH Residential ....,  .  885-5407  \ -    ' Does Your Club or Oroup  Roport lis Activities Regularly to 'The Times'?  �� BM-ttfJi i W-^-'IWlWflWfs^f #r*�� Wl=>pp��<rl*lM��(lSw.p4��l^fc ��^*W# W-*JI l:^vl."^^Miil����W'^.nrt ������^Ht^i^it^m-V-'Hr. p^*m V?M#tj��i ���f,-#���S)i(iteA'W# *.*  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT  RENTALS �� SALES  Easy-Strip Concroto Forming Systems  Compressors - Rototillers ��� Generators  ^l|^w.��^M^pumpl..vEarth'Tanflperl'��*^--''^MU-���"  Sunshine Coast Hwy * Francis Peninsula Road  Madeira Park Ph. 883-2585  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your OnorStop  Roof Ing Supply Centro  886-2489  mmmmrmmmmmmmmrmmwimmmmmammmmmwmmmmmmmmmmm  SHOE REPAIRS  TREE TOPPING  ���>.U\)i  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  --��� Complete Troa Sorvlco  ������ Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work  ���Pricos-Yoii-Caajjuisl��� ;���,^.m. ���  Phone I, Rlsbey,  885-2109   ^fjfclA!  !��� ��� H  ��� H ��� ���  I II I I  llll  vi i wn in  ���i  ^^TMlRJIfAiR  , field Road \  2nd house behind Homestead Restaurant  . CORKINO BOOtS (  Open Mon.-Sat., 9 a.m. ��� Sp.m.  885-5424  WY^J-fi*-^4M��---^',-��*'*S^i%^p^i-ww'*V^2^i!P"'^ ^T^* I  ��    *    ��mmmmm^r .��** ..*,^m*m>* -w*^ ����,����* ,w* .a *.*�� . *      ., ^, ��� *��. n^ \#%    p-iw *   ,  >,-3ki..',jJ,,i ���"��<*<���>%VZ.m."'4ff|MRA ���   , ^JT . * IW^H -"���"J%��C*��*^ S>1'"'"'?.,, ''i^tlk ' "IflltX"*? \ J*wu^/,4 " ���'���  l;:i.CT^..i..��.i>*��!'<.?,.��^^^ ��i}    ).��. t    T> \,* UUAJ> ^.m^af'1Jtm"mmmlftl W '* ���*"N��.��,  ,+,m\  It Pays To Use *The Times7  'wwii.tsaV'V'^ftJ i  'fi,   r  ���v..*'   "��:   ���'  .a.j;r��.^A.-yi  ������-. .jrMn- r,. .���,��;,;, .��-r'.;..,. ���*$�����_  ��������',''�����** n^'-y Xr: p**MV-*��;;:*'inh'  mn^mwmm**mvW'tm mff>  -J^-v"  ftS����BW��*  ������������y !t,i4f.fif*i*fm.*>"-m,^  y-'i>-i-'*^.t,Ar  "%     "  ������"������'^������V'^KArMw-iiin*^  ���".���:.,-;'V,Vfi.'.;?".:i;\'.:iy~ii-im,-'.'  (W*sn*ia w*^i��*'��i��,"fl=w��mnfB4j��Sw��(  lMfW|��ft5* S^IBN^JBIwn^^l^aAlKili^iaW*^^  ... r  ���\  7  ('./ i! ���'���/:  / .  \   ,  i-friiyv^^,.  * tt-  *f  instone student group writes  Page B��8 - The Peninsula Times  vWedneBdayr0ctrl8,1978  Elphinstone    Student , Research:  Productions has sent the following brief to  the Canadian Radio, Television and'  Telecommunications Commission:  (The*  CRTC will meet in Vancouver October 24  and 25.)  May we use the application of Coast  Cablevision to renew its license to serve  Gibsons and Sechelt as an opportunity to  discuss Community TV with _ the_ Commission. We are writing on behalf of  .Elphinstone Student Research Produc-  tionsra concerned-group of students, who  following up on the U.N. Habitat Conference in Vancouver in 1976 are trying to  involve the Sunshine Coast Communities  in the discussion of local and national  issues. Atthe-present time we are working  on our third Community Forum, a request  -by the Sunshine Coast Regional-District to  research recycling and alternate methods  of waste disposal', to be held December  3rd..  . The Sunshine Coast has in some ways .  thk&tme problems as Canada. We live on  a peninsula accessible only by ferry. Some ,  24-25 small communities are extended  along the coastal perimeter connected by  50-60 miles of winding road.- The area is  divided by the telephone company into two  _ zones and we have no local radio station.  We do have three community newspapers;  and. we have received co-operatiin from  CBCRadio.and CKVU-TV in Vancouver on  previous forums. We look at Gable 10, our  community channel, telling the time,  giving weather reports and the occasional  service announcement and wish we could,  use it. ���'       _/'  We have some TV equipment. The  -School���District���Resource���Centre���has_  provided the students with the following: 2  s  I TEXTRON  Homelito-Torry Division ot Toxiron Cannda Limited  A.C. RENTALS  & Building Supply  883-25S4  Hwy 101 at Francis Peninsula Road  black and white portable cameras; 2 black  and white static cameras; 2 color half inch  VTR which can double as a switcher while  recording. Also we have af sound mixer'  and various microphone and sound  equipment.    .     - "  We have recorded the Forums as well  as interviews with visiting experts and  some community events. As a direct result  of these Forums the school is offering this  year a Communications course which has  attracted adults, as well as students who,  wish to make a career in broadcasting/  This too has created an interest in Community TV.  We have good relations with John  Thomas of Coast Cablevision who has.  agreed to bring the head ends down to the  schools in Sechelt and Gibsons to make  school-aeeess-to-Cable-easier;-After-our-  Forum of November 27; 1977 we,put  together a videotape which We tried to air  over channel 10, but because of lack of  equipment it was a disaster..  John Thomas has given us the following  sic list of equipment needed to produce  ���quality signals suitable for his standards;  a Time Base Corrector; video switcher;  " cassette VTR with automatic  assemble function and full interchange  with %" U-matic tapes coming from other  machines; a triple 6" B-W monitor and  eventually colour cameras. We are not  expecting to go into fully fledged TV  production overnight though we are excited by the things we could do. We would  just like to use our Channel 10 as another  way to reach out to. the.Commuhity. It  would also enable us to get critical feedback and thus improve our techniques.  John Thomas says that extension of  service has to be his top priority and we  understand this. It is also true that  Channel 10 will only benefit cable subscribers. Presently only half the community is served by cable and we do not  know whether they share our enthusiasm  for the potential of television. So we are  planning a spring Forum on Community  TV to raise awareness and to find out if  there is community support.  We wanted to present, this brief  outlining our and the Cable Company's  problems because:  a( We know that we are not unique, and  Elphi news 3  We just got through our three-day -^S  school week, quite a pleasant change from ^5  the usual five -day school struggle. Friday ���^H  was of course an in-service day. ^g'  . �� On November 16 reports come home  and parents should try to come to school on  November 21 for parents' night.  November 27 is~a "non-ihstructionar  day" and December 16���January 1 inclusive is the Christmas holiday,  -v Disco lessons are"being offered at the  Elementary School gym for teens on  Fridays, with adult lessons being held on  Saturday evenings.  This Thursday a girls' grass hockey  game versus Pender takes place���location  unknown as yet! Teen activities, such as  floor hockey, badminton, volleyball, etc.  are being offered on Monday nights.  And there are still openings for male  cheerleaders on the girls', rugby team.  ;-   Steve Ripper  Health unit news  The next regular meeting of the Union  Board will be held at the new. Westview  Branch of the health unit at 1 p.m. on  Wednesday, November 1.  The Westview Branch is located on  Alberta street opposite the Catholic  School. After passing the Beach Gardens  Resort turn right onto Joyce Avenue.  Pjroceed along Joyce to Glacier. Turn right  on Glacier and., then second left onto  Alberta. With the exception of Westview  Avenue streets crossing Joyce are named  alphabetically.  Light refreshments will be served at the  health unit at 1.  think' you may have found ways around  similar situations in other parts of the  country so we should ask,your advice.  , b(; we think that taking part in the  process is the laest way to learn about it  and this Hearing gives us that opportunity.  You may be^interested to know that the,'  textbooks supplied by the Province of B.C.  for this course are all American and  therefore refer to the FCCbut no mention  of the CRTC! ,  , P.S. We have, just heard that B.C.T.V.  has dug out and repaired an old time base  corrector which they will loan us for a  couple of months.  If the Commission would like further  information we are willing to appear at the  Hearing and perhaps while the CRTC  _ Commissioners and staff are in Vancouver  it could be arranged for us to meet with,  perhaps Mrs. Rosalie Gower our B.C.  Commissioner and'Mr. Peter MacDonald  who, we understand, will be heading up the  Vancouver office in the near future.  B.A. BLACKTOP  "QUALITY   SERVICE   SINCE 1956"  m     -m-<r^        " j"'  Grading & Gravel Curbs  ��� Soil Cement ��� Drainage {Roads  ���Industrial Sites*Parking Areas  Tennis Courts ���Driveways  "For Free Estimates Call Jack Kerr"  885-5151  PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT__  North Vancouver Office���Zenith 2628  ^OfTOP LTD  Mfhtnbers:  Itf^m.    Amalgamated  jnffBwA Construction  - -��=^=^-'Association���  B.C. Road  Builders  Association  ���' is  aiiiiiiiiiHiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiB  " , PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES "  GIBSONS CREDIT UNION  "tenvutfyttie eriUnecommm&f'  TERM DEPOSITS  PER ANNUM  Also  Enquire about our Regular  Non-Chequable Savings  *8%  per annum  Members are advised that we are in the process of enlarging  our building and'improving the parking situation. The  temporary inconvenience Is unavoidable. However, better  facilities will soon be available.  Located by Gibsons Bus Depot  -   .--     HOURS: .     ^  10 a.m. ��� 5 p.m. Tuesday to Thursday  10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. ""��� Friday  lOa.mt- l:0Op.m. Saturday  CLOSED ON MONDAY  Cr  , J  GAMEALBAY  MARINE  , Sinclair Bay Road  Just up & over the hill  VOLVO/P(ENTA���- CHRYSLER  HOURSTON GUSCRAFT  EZLOAD-MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  883-2722 or883*2602  Phone for Our Rates on  Winterizing and Storage  BOAT  \j*mt   *     n^atyjfcrffc-a     4*tt*>  T7" J",'   * a i, ,V ",IS, p*-*-*1-**' ���  '**...  . / lW,    I   , ,  ���. m��       i af am. t������      mm ,��  '���fl.,      mm, .-.,U. ''���   ��A4Ul|.,"' "C  ��v.t*f-VVKr ::..., -.^:^,X,.I  ..y^Sf  I  I  >i:<#r,z,ki -v "vir ,-���? " * *"-��� i  m  ���'..,' ���. /,���>���?*���, V:-A ���r^n.y,L'mii^,\y.h��hr,:x^mf,  "'tt^k-fmX'rillt ��'*t-V"-!.V-*'�����*���.)    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Robert's  Creek Chasers defeated Sechelt Shop Easy  4 to-2. Trail Bay Sportsrovercame Cozy  Court Motel 7 to 2. ^ '  Juvenile Soccer results from games  held October 14 are as follows: Sechelt  Building Supplies defeated Trail Bay 5 to  1, Robert's Creek Chasers won to Sechelt,  Legion 140 3 to 1. Robert's Creek Legion  blasted Cozy Court Motel II to 0.' A.C.  AM  }      *  M*r*i  i, A?��*  /  Rentals & Building Supplies beat Sechelt  Shop-Easy 4 to 0.  League standings are as follows:  Sechelt Building Supplies have played 3,  won 3, no losses or ties. They have six  points. Robert's Creek Chasers have  played 2, won 2, no losses or ties. .They  have 4 points. Robert's Creek Legion have  played 3, won 2, lost 1, tied 0 and have 4  points. A.C. Rentals & Building Supplies  have played 2, won 1, no losses, tiecLL and -  have 3 points. Sechelt Legion 140have;,  played 4, won 1, lost 2, tiedl and have 3'  points. Cozy Court Motel played 2, won 0,  lost 2, tied 0. They have no points. Sechelt  Shop Easy played 4, won 0, lost 4, tied 0.  They have no points. Trail Bay Sports  played 2, won 1, lost 1, tied 0, for 2,points.  GOLF  The Ladies Golf had a Irons Only  tournament on October 10. The winner was  Leila Comrie and second place was  Doreen Mathews. In the 9 Hole tournament the winner was Isabel Cowely ahd  second place was Belle Cottrell. The.  Sunshine Coast Ladies Golf, third team  won the division 2 Lower Mainland'  Trophy, and were in the playoffs for the  Tyro Trophy andMHfc lost by one point to  Maple Ridge. The���game was held at  Seymour golf course. Congratulations to  the Sunshine Coast ladies.  October 24 is the Ladies golf annual  meeting'and luncheon. There will be the  election of officers and awarding of  trophies. The 9 hole tournan mt will start  at 9:30 with shot gun start. l_  SOCCER ~~ 7"  The Pender Harbour Bananas lost thejr  4th consecutive game in Soccer league  action. In the first half Bill Nestman ahd  Mark ��� (hungry) Braket scored for  Wakefield United with Gerry Mercer  replying f6r Uie Bananas: Peter Kenny  tied the score in the 2nd half. With only 5  minutes remaining in the game Wayne  Goesen put an unstoppable shot from 20  yards, past the Pender goal for the game  .< . m--,. - winner.    , *��� y\  Little Flower Acaden$ of Vancouver    tournament. The_ Gibsons_team defeated*;; ^Th^ PejfaerJEIarbour Bananas_wilfcbe| *  catching spring salmon and they're  '���ranging from 5 to 10 pounds.'  r6d AND GUN CLUB  * - Five members of the Rod and-Gun  < Club went to Husdon Creek on Sunday  October 15. These members cleaned the  .garbage from the creek and made pools  . for the fish. They also put logs behind the  , pools of water to give the fish some place  to rest. Our thanks goes out to those  " members who gave their time. Also the  '.Rod and Gun Club will be having a  meeting at the Wildlife Club in Gibsons on  -_Wednesday-Octoberl8at 7:30p.m  Also the Rod and Gun Club now have  meetings on the first Wednesday of every  month. These meetings are not business  meetings but information of recreation  meetings. They include films or speakers.  nv itkright  1  *  V  /  i  ' ������ ������  .    ���..���!  -  A  ��  '  HEADS UP as the ball hovers above -Thursday-last week. The ball, by the-  the   basket   in   this   continuing   way, missed the basket . . . one of  education course basketball game at   those heart breakers.  Pender Harbour Secondary School j.5^^  Section c  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  Pages 1-4  Flowers trounce Elphinstone  ^efeated-SJphinstpein thfe^inals ota-12-  team junior girls volleyball tournament at  Elphinstone Saturday.  I^FA took the best-of-three final in two  straight games; 15-8, 15-12, rebounding  from a 1(M deficit in the second game.  Elphinstone had reached the championship games by winning seven of eight  games in the round-robin section of the  Campbell River lWJ,-15$;Oce&nview 154,^ paying i$f Gibsons'Rai&ers on Suffdayv  15^PembertonJ5-5,Jl5^0 and'-split a'pair_Oetober-22r-4'his-will-be'^nother-hom(  of 15-11 games with West Vancouver.        game for Pender Harbour so let's hope  LFA also recorded a 7-1 record in   their Bananas don't slip up again,  round-robin play, scoring easy wins over   FISHING REPORT  Pender Harbor and Howe Sound, defeating       At Smitty's Marina they haven't seen  the Elphinstone B team (Grade 8), 15-7,15- * one fish in the last few days but at Duncan  There wiU be no skating for the week  October 16 to October 22 due to a curling  bonspeil. Skating will begin again on  Wednesday, October 25 at the scheduled  time unless you are otherwise notified.  Don't forget the General Meeting to be  held on Tuesday, October 24 at 7:30 at the  Arena. The agenda will be short so there  will be time for a question period at the  end of the meeting. Please try to attend.  12 and splitting two games with Hillside  The Elphinstone B team lost to Hillside  15-5, 17-15, beat Howe Sound 15-12, 15-13  and lost to Brooks of Powell River, 15-10,  .15-6.  Pender Harbor was winless in the  tournament.  Bob Bjornson, coach of the Elphinstone  Alteam, said the girls played well but  appeared to suffer a letdown in the final  games against LFA. At one, point in the  last game, an LFA player served nine  consecutive points, he said.  The Elphinstone team is playing  against Sutherland of North Vancouver  today (Wednesday).  Cove it seems everyone that has gone out  has come back with something. They are  news  An open and shut case for  heatingyour home with wood.  By ANNERENNIE  This is it, cUrlers, bur opening bonspiel  starts this coming Saturday, October 21 >  continuing Sunday, October 22. There will  be a dinner on Saturday at 7 p.m. followed  by;a,dahce/��It will be a Fun 'Spiel with  'four-ender games and the price for the  'spiel will be $32 per rink. There is still  time to get your rlnk registered, so phone  Gordon Dixon at 885-9669,  JDon't forget, if you want some pre-  bonspiel practise or if you are just learning, there will be free ice time on  Thursday and Friday, October 19 and 20.  The instructors from the Pacific Coast  Curling Assn. will be on hand to help you at  7 p.m. on Thursday. Come on out and give  it a try! See you at the bonspiel.  kth&^F?''''  *Uij^  iKjPf*.  Considering the cost of oil, gas und'clcctric hem  ���these days, it's ensy to sec why hundreds of thousands  of homeowners across North America have turned to  wood heating, ' ,   ,   .    ,  it's more economical (it can trim  Wk or more olT your healing bill).  Wtod smells and sounds as good as  It hums, And it's one form of energy  that's still growing,  Mxwhat do'yoii Iwni wood  In lo gel (lie most heat oul of ll?  We'd like to suggest a Fisher  Stove, i  The Fisher's unk|iie two-stcf? combustion chamber  recirculates wood gases back Into the Harnett, resulting in  more heat and fewer ashes, Its patented spin draft contmlN  and virtually airtight construction mean you can rcpulnto  how, much heat It puts out, And because it's made Irom  carefully welded, heavy plate steel, it will give you years  o[rcmntkab|(:,licatingcl|i<;i?n(;y,. , ,. ..   Wv have a variety of Pfslicr Stove models lo choose from.  So conic in soon and find out Mat makfcs a I'ishcr a I'ishcr,  ���������* Case closed. \., \   , ,������������  * ���       # - -  authorufd SoU�� C��nt��r  CowrU St., S��ch��lt, B.C.  An Idea Canmln 1$ warming up lo.  The First Canadian Bank  Bank of Montreal  i /  Gibsons  886-2216  Madeira Park  883-2718  Sechelt  8815-2221  \  "i.   ��� -^ * *r>*mw\ ^ ,,  ���   i  *  *v i.,,7  IV     |**^-*k**   ��-fi*    m .tt.af ���,,,   mmmmtr^ >mm^, ",m. .rmmmmf*" ."*. .����� "oi **>��>��.*.M.,*m,m .,���*�����, *,mm 0^.,*, a ^.w^,    ^aatft,*  -ti)WHffWMW,��'*'9*#1iW-'' AnuWtlflii "S��ft-BW��*-��l*'��W*��fl��(���u1  . !;*���*, )*** *��!***��� #Mf  ^ *���**���*����#** fl��    *y*   f nm-if* m*V*mn��  \  ...... t a. ^.tfrnfltoWmmXiMmmmmiHai^^  'j^tZrUmlZWmlm*.  *TTt> AT* ~. ���- ie tifi4s4mm,mt��imMmwmmmm  <*mm#4ltl0r*:ftai?i?TmmifW''M!fi*m>*l^^  T~"~~  \  i  .��� ���>',���. IJ.-I  ^sn-c��� ���  \ . \f-.  *W-. 7  A...  <n  PageC-2  Tfte Peninsula Times        '   L_Jjfeifaieatoite^^  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  FARM JOURNAL'S FREEZING AND  CANNING COOKBOOK, edited by NeU  Nichols and Kathryn Larson, Doubleday  C1978, 349 pages, $11.95.  SAILORS AND SAUERKRAUT, Barbara  Burkhardt et al, Gray's cl978, $4.95.  ^TRADITIONAL SCOTTISH RECIPES,  George Thomson scribe, Canongate  (Douglas & Mclntyre), cl978, $8.95/  Today's subject iscookery. With all the  vegetable gardens and fruit trees in our  area just' producting their annual crop,/  homemakers are busily putting away food  for the winter.  Farm Journal's  first  npreserving-bookT^meTJUlriifI963^indTfiir"  issue is an update. There have been  changes in packaging and processing  since that, time. For example, freezer  jams and �� jellies are���increasing in  popularity. Busy women���are putting away  baking in the freezer for entertaining, and  looking for quicker and easier methods of  canning such~as use of the pressure  cooker.  One interesting, section of the book is  devoted tothe curing of foods. Here we can  find smoked chicken and turkey as well as  salmon. Fruit butters, a special treat, are  collected in another chapter. Syrups, fruit  juices and you name it are included in this  complete manual. A home economics-  specialist whose judgment I trust gave the  book her seal of approval.  - Captain Cook, a very thorough man by  all reports, paid especial attention to the  diet of his men while on their' great  voyages. SAILORS AND SAUERKRAUT  is excerpts from his journals concerning  the matter of nutrition for his crew and  officers.  Scurvy was the dreaded disease that-  afflicted those on long sea trips and Cook  saw to it that treatment was readily  available. He ensured that the regulars on  the ship would eat saurkraut by serving it  to hjs officers. The latter choked it down  and before you could count the mealie  bugs in the biscuits, it had to be rationed  out to the crew who reasoned it to be a  delicacy. Good portions of slightly aged .  lemon juice was the natural medicine  when the blisters of scurvy began to show  , in the mouths of its victims.  Cook   wisely   used   any   and   all  (sometimes with disastrous, results)  greens that could be found upon landing.  It mattered not that they tasted foul. It  became a favoured thing to see a~man  returning to the ship with a handkerchief  of greens ��� even though after passing the.  captain's approving eyes they found their  way back to Uie sea.  From beginning to end one, respects  Cook's concern for the men on his ship and  the benevolent though somewhat dictorial  way in which he handled their safety. It  was his ihvention to carry "portable soup"  or boullion. It was his determination that  led him to be respected and not a little  ~feared~as a captain with the welfare of the  crew as-his first concern.  The book carries not only fascinating  observations of his travels but also.  humourous and rather snide comments  about his edicts as seen by one of his officers in the latter's journal. There are  recipes that Cook collected while visiting  exotic places, as well as constant commentary about the eating habits of thosq  on board his craft-For ah intimate,  unusual view of Cook aiulhte cookery, I  heartily recommend this delightful book.  The Scots depended, like Captain Cook,  largely on their staple, oatmeal. Oatmeal  ���is used in stuffing, soup, gravy, roasts,  baking and along with mea^. In fact,  oatmeal is used in almost any Scottish dish  in this book. It is a delightful collection of  recipes, mainly, because it has so many  unusual ones for this part of the world and  secondly, because it is all penned in script.  Roll those Scottish dishes around on  your tongue: Baps, Howtowdie, Broonie,  Crowdie, Brose, Cock-a-leekie, Skirlie and  Roastit Bubblyjock. They are all there for  _you to cook ��� with oatmeal of course! If  your tastes run to the unusal you cOuld try  Powsowdie which is a singed sheep's head,  but if you are a purist you might prefer  Sheep's Heid Broth, which leaves the wool  on. \  Not all the recipes are suitable only for  Burns' Night; many are nice for the  breakfast griddle or a hearty cold night's  meal. The use of mutton and fish might,  well be the answer to the thrift on the  grocery bill. ;  English Bone China Bells with delicate  floral design, also a few "Christmas  Holly" Bells. - Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Bo*1235 EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD Bus: 885-9244  Seclu.lt, B.C. VON 3A0 Re.: 885-2686  X'^'  AS  THE  WHEEL TURNS.  The demonstrates the art on one of the  Sunshine Pottery Guild held an-open guild's wheels. There are about 25  house and pottery sale Saturday in its members of the guild and the sale was  Gibsons studio. Here Sandy Barrett held to raise money for a new kiln.  Notice of Election  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the electors of Rural Area" "A"  and Rural Aroa "B" of School District No. 46 (Sechelt) that I require  the presence ����the said electors at the School Board Office, Gibsons, on Monday, the 30th day of October, 1978, at the hour of ten  o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of electing two persons to  represent them as School Trustees. Nominations will close at twelve   LQjcLock-noon- on -October-30th���1978; '- ���: ;   The mode of nomination of candidates will be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two duly qualified  electors of Area "A" and "B" of this School District. The nomination  paper shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time-between the date of this notice and noon on the day of nomination.The  nomination paper may be in the form prescribed in the Public  Schools Act and shall state the name, residence, and occupation of  the person nominated in such a manner as to sufficiently identify  such candidate. The nomination paper shall be subscribed to by the  candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened at:  Collins Hall or Bowen Island Community School  Gambier Island Veterans Hall  Port Mellon Community Hall  Langdale Elementary School  Elphinstone Secondary School  Roberts Creek Elementary School <^  Davis Bay Elementary School \  Madeira Park Elementary School  Pender Harbour Secondary, School  Egmont Community School  on the 18th day of November, 1978, between the hours of 8:00 a.m.  and 8:00 p.m.-of which every person is hereby required to take  notice and govern 'himself accordingly.  *���       ���  Mrs. Joan B. Rigby, Returning Officer  School District,No. 46 (Sechelt)  Box 220,  Gibsons, B.C.  VdW  r  '--��; i,  ii.i ,,-,  iliW i< I."  ^  Notice of Public Hearing  NOTICE is hereby given that all persons deeming their interest in  the property affected by the following matters will be afforded an  opportunity to be heard at a .Public Hearing to be held in the  Langdale Elementary School, Johnson Road, Langdale, B.C., at 3j00  p.m., FRIDAY, "October 27, 1978.- UJ_.  ~'~T  L  (a) Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Land Use Contract  Authorization   By-law  No.  4, _1978_ (Convention_,of _ Baptist _  Churches)  - This proposed By-law authorizes a Land Use Contract with the  Convention of Baptist Churches In respect of Lands described as  District Lot 696, Keats Island, New Westminster Land District.  The contract enables the owner to legally subdivide lots, which  are presently leased to occupiers. No mpre than, 101 legal lots  are permitted. A publlcJr[ght-of-way, a trail and creation of a  public park area are provided for in the contract.   '     '   '  (b) Proposed Gambler Island Tru^t Committee Land Use Contract  Authorization By-law No. 5, 1978 (Worlcombe Island Holding   '.; Corripqny)!.: .:._;:: ~    -          - -- -  ���-  This proposed By-law authorizes a Land Use Contrafct vyith-  Worlcombe. Island Holding* Company In respect of Lands'  described as District Lot 840, Worlcombe Island, Group 1, New  Westminster District, The contract enables the owner to construct ho more than seven single family dwellings on the lands,  as set forth in the contract. ,  (c) Proposed Gambler Island Trust Committee Land Use Contract '  Authorization By-law No. 6, 19^8 (Bgccaneer Bay Holdings Ltd.)  This proposed By-law authorizes a Land Use Contract with  Buccaneer Bay Holdings Ltd. In respect of Land described as  . District Lot 1539, Lot 1 of District Lot 1018 and District Lot 1019,  South Thormanby Island, New Westminster District. Jhe contract enables the owner to repair, construct and reconstruct, no  more than 63 single family dwellings and accessory buildings as  set forth In the contract.  (d) Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Zoning Amendment  *By-law No. 7 *     '  This proposed By-law Is a By-law to amond Sunshine Coast  Regional District By-law No. 96 as the By-law affects Lands  Within the jurisdiction of the Gambler Island Trust Committee;  The By-law provides for the addition of a'Country A-5 Zone,-k  Uses such"as residence, logging arid civic or public service uses  are permitted. No more than 1 dwelling unit per 2 hectares of  area Is permitted. ,  /The proposed By-law further provides that District Lot 2081,  deleted from the Country 4 A-4 Zone and be added to the  Country 5 A-5 Zone.  The proposed By-law also provides that District Lot 1256, except  reference plans 3381, 6781, 10554, and .10890,,New Westminster Land District, Group 1, Gambler Island, be deleted from  the Country 4 A-4 Zone and be added to the Country 5 A-5 Zone.  Copies of the proposed By-laws may be Inspected at the SchooT  District No;46 TVdffimisfWf Ion OfflceM490 SdutK Hotcher-Road,  Gibson?, B.C. during normal working hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4;30  p.m��� Monday to Friday Inclusive, commencing Monday, October 23,  1978, until tho day of the hoarlng. The propopecf By-laws may also  b6 Inspected at the Islands Trust Office, 4th Floor, St, Ann's  Academy, 835 Humboldt Street, Victoria, B.C. during normal  working hours of 8s30a.m, to ftfO p,m��� Monday,to Friday Inclusive.  ,   ��� M. Lee/   y          '    ,.:,...���  , .     h        '   ',.    ���������',������',. i, ,    ��� .  r i , > ,. ' 'i  Notice of Meeting  Thoro will be,ftjifitldg:afj  consider. vc^c:M?:m of 1btoiM Island at  tho Publk'HeWngion October 27th, 1978, In Larigdale Elementary   .  School, Johnson Road, Lapgdale, B.C.  *' W \  y  i  ,\.  ///  ci  #  AVOID THE RUSH  p*-  WHEN  #/  STRIKES AGAIN!  /  *  TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR  BF GOODRICH      L.T. TRACTION RADIAL   ;;.-��� '          '     usr sale   OR78*15'6ply *'       ������-..* 99.30 ..,.,.. ..'$ 77.43  HR78xl5,6 ply ..,, ,. f 102.23 $ 79.73  LR78x16,8ply  .............'.',..'9117.20 ........i 91.41  879x16.9,8ply  * 142.63 .......1,111.26  930x16.3,8 ply ...     1136.13 8121.79  ONE STOP SERVICE  ��� WHEEL Al^  ��� WHEEL BALANCING (Computerised)  ��� SUSPENSION REPAIRS  ��� TIRE REPAIRS - All SliOi  ��� TIRE SALES - All Slzos  ��� CUSTOM WHEELS * ACCESSORIES  SILVERTOWN EXTRA TRACTION  ��� THE PREMIUM TRACTION MUD 8, SNOW TIRE  ��� DEEP BITING. 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'1  ���-^T��*��m*MrWai(M^^-iS^n��^ftJ����f��W n*Mi  -'���)�����,<*<  **��,  J   , ��i vt tf/nf ���V|p  k*f*iii(>"w>|.f"Au'>,  '   ,.,��-,,  \      ��� ��� \m>  I  ,   I���  p'    I  I  I  /,  ,- ���(��� I -  .���/T  :1-  I  V  SIDE GLANCES  Bedtime story  by George Campbell  Twice upon a time, in the Great  Kingdom of the North, the subjects were  unhappy. y-.y   ;_  _         "We," they^aidTn^both French and  English, y&e paying tooxniuch in taxes,  and also/we do not have enough money to  spend dn ourselves." So saying^ most of  the subjects of the Kingdom of tpe North  went on strike.  This immediately (while the stHke was  on) gaveMjhem less money toyspend' on  that they didn't become furiouser and.  furiouser over the fact they were paying  more and more taxes and getting less and  less'value for their spending money. (They  selves," said they. "Never under-estimate  the stupidity of our subjects," said'  "they...and promptly created and levied a.  new form of taxation. v  They told the subjects of the Kingdom-  of the North about,this new form ot.'  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page 0-3  grumbled, and argued, and said somebody  had better do something about it, and went^" colored pictures to-f ind -- out when they  taxation through the box with the colored'  pictures which was in evei^y .home. The ;  , people were overjoyed. They ran out iipto ���  the streets, their money clutched in their  hands, eagerly looking to find a tax.  collector to give it.to. They opened their,  hearts, and their pocket btioks too. Then  they ran home to watch the box, with the.  on strike again.  Now eventually all this grumbling  came to the attention of the rulers of the  Kingdom of the Nprth. It took a long time,  though, because the rulers���:who were  ���Qd-evMtoater^wheh���the���great���argueFS���themselves���were���busy-  strike was over) resulted in them paying  even more money in taxes.  Meanwhile, the box that showed the  colored pictures���one of which was  situated in every subjects home���told the  people of the Kingdom of the North of  many marvellous chemicals and potions  which could be stuffed intojeyery orifice of  the body and which were guaranteed to  make them smell sweeter, look better, and  feelgreat! The,subjects tried them-all.  Some; of tfiem they tried in wondrous ways  that were never dreamt of by the  makers...but in spite of everything, they  never smelled so sweet, nor felt so great  debating whether they should give more  money to pornographic poets or put some  more of their relatives and-friends on the  palace paypoll^  Theitw court jester stood up and said,  "Why are we wasting time arguing over  which one of these two wonderful things  we should do? Let us do them both." So  they did.  Now the rulers of the Kingdom of the  North -addressed themselves to -the  problems of their subjects. "Our subjects  feel they are paying too much in taxes,",  said they. "Our subjects feel they do not  have enough money to spend on them-  could go and pay the tax,collector again.  ^The money just rolled iii, and the rulers  of the Kingdom of the North chortled with -,  glee. "This 'lottery' deal is the best thing  we ever thought of," said they.    In the  -meantimerrthe���poor���subjects���of���thfr^-  Kingdom Of the North were zapped by  taxes, zapped by lotteries, zapped by  inflation, and zapped by unemployment.  Now, if you want a moral to this story,  there are three; Take your pick.  1. You can get people to pay dearly and  put up with anything, if. you can make  them believe they will get something for  nothing/ "_  -2.   A   king   who   encourages   the  . weaknesses of his subjects, is very soon a ���  king of fools. %,"'"-   -������:yy-~-      .  3. People who watch the box with the  - colored pictures too much will believe  anything.  PRICECUTTERS  DCK 1970  AM/FM SOtID STATf STEREO RECEIVER  Total music power of 40W (IHF) ���  delivers 2x15 watts RMS continuous  _power~-less4han-0.8%-total-harmonic-  distortlon.  TP S35 . STEREO TURNTABLE WITH  AUTOMATIC RETURN  Belt drive, 4-pole synchronous motor.  Wow and flutter (ess than 0.08%.  Static balanced tone arm and cueing  device.  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A N  WW^fifcirt��!**'��!^��%*^*^'��**i�� ���> W^*  ��^|f'��1:��iP'*��(*  -V '   ��t WllWfV  i* n'     t      tr**t <  ���    s ^  '-'Ii ^^^...^f,,,- 1��j(M��V(|��.1,^1'-*-^-wf ^r'"'\:Xh,m'mfr_  * ffl#-JWMB*iWHW*i"��i*'H.'M** r^**i^^B��i(Ji^)i(����i(^(K^a(i|M(ii^jq( ��i^-(w^#^��-iaW'utrt)i.'B4��i-4* (a-umtfMtwjjiiWiUMWwi ��i��i*a^ ���sw���� t>tt a  M--*-��*!'Jt;7"f,T'i; ������rFliw**--*'^ ���';****&&���. ���������- 4. ^t ��������-���������*"VM,^ * ���* ^'��-*��--*;S)*<( '". .���-,.��*�����-������"���>���  <*? nfsftnt^mtjf-. ujnt^i j ��i ��^Rffi>����w^ww��ia.-��b��ah* #����*��wwj��(!t.  ����� BRintnUttitMf Wfenfe��*s��aferf!����w'  ��-+i:,y..**{. hk.*.*s'i* .r.tH.,..:-'���#<*/.��� ���"���;-' [��� ,  A       ���"-/'  -i���  '���X:  '��� .-/������  W  PageC-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  the Garden Corner  Shrubs and  tree time  By Guy Symonds  Volunteer helpline  .s  tmmm    .ml..  tr.    i  i  This is the time of the aging year when,  as every nursery ad. sign will insist, you  -should-be doing something about the  shrubs and trees you want to plant.  ^Transplanting is always a tricky  business and its demands should be  studied carefully before embarking on a  project.  The reasons for selecting this time of  the year for moving growing things are  severaL-Fifsttfie growth is<lonrianFsothe~  top is not calling on the root system. Then  because the tendency is for the below  surface ground to retain the w��� (nth  better than the above surface ground thus  attracting the sap, the root structure is at  its most active when the least demands  are made. Then of cpursfe the moisture in  the ground, vital to the feeding and health  of the plant, presents little problem in the  coming months.  So it all adds up. to giving the root  system the biggest possit&. benefit of  conditions to resist .the Shock' of transplanting. But this again imposes its own  limitations. While fall planting is  . recommended, winter planting certainly  is not.- Though on this peninsula we do not  expect any tough winter conditions there is  always the chance that they can occur, as  indeed they have on rare but memorable  occasions.      '  The prompt development of the roots is  especially important in evergreens as  their leaves are working all the time and  the water they Breath out must be  replaced by the. hardworking roots.  Otherwise there will be a disastrous loss of  part or even all the green growth.  , It is a good idea��torprepare the ground a  couple of weeks in advance of planting.  That is to say the hole should be dug and  the food supply carefully assessed,  because it must be remembered it is down  there where the roots are~that the food  must be available. All this sounds simple  but in this gardener's opinion there is far  more to it tharr meets the eye.  The size of the hole to start with. This  must be big enough to accommodate the  entire root structure without bending,  cramping or injuring them. Depth is most  important. Planting too deep may  -seriously affect the growth, may even kill  the tree because the bark is literally  strangled. Planting too shallow can expose  the young roots to injurious influences it  cannot handle successfully.  The best guide is to note the soil height  mark on the trunk or stem and plant not-  more than ^wo inches above that mark. _���,  Pre-diggihg the hole gives other advantages. The soil has the_chanceto settle  and" pack so that the root system will  neither be left With not enough soil contact  nor sink with the soil to an unprofitable  depth. It is a mistake aijd it is learned a not  uncommon one for tqej amateur to set the  treejSeep in the mistaken jmprrasidTTffiaf  it will need the support of the ground-  If a transplanted tree needs support  and generally it will in the first few years,  then that support should be supplied by  means of a stake set in the hole before  planting, not by burying the tree.  incidentally one learns that evergreens  ��hould never be planted���bare rooted but  always with a ball ofjsoU.if they tire any  ''size but it must be admitted that this  gardener has planted many hundreds of  Douglas Fir and Scotch Pine bare rooted  just as they were shipped from the nur-'  series,.and.the survival rate was very  close to 100 per cent. But of course these  plants were small, not more than six to  eight inches high and only two years old. It ~  must also be noted that under no circumstances must the roots be allowed to  . dry out. ���  Putting that food supply at the bottom  of the hole is another point that can stand  attention. IMhis is being done then the  material should in this gj&dener's opinion  be i^^ completely rotted state. If the  decomposing process is still going on the '  danger is that this may leave airholes  devoid of soil where the rootlets would be,  vainly groping for sustenance.  , To sum up then, the next month or so is  the best time for transplanting shrubs or  small .trees. The holes should be dug a  couple of weeks or so in advance and must  ' be large enough to take care of the root  system without crowding. The subsoil  must have food value and if at' that depth it  is very gravelly or rocky then it must be  replaced by some halfway decent Pr^J-ng  medium. A smalMiandful of bone A*31  a good idea. Do not us�� half rotted  material. The depth of planting is very  important and the operation must result in  a firm soil environment. It is a good idea to :  leave a shallow basin when soil is replaced  to facilitate watering, and the surface of  this must be lodse to allow penetration.  Volunteers, develop your potential at a  one-day workshop to be held on Wednesday, October 25. The program kf  designed not. orily; for those already, involved but alsdv for those interested, in  volunteering their services in the community. .   . V\'  One does not need to be registered with  ^V-V-H*'    >   i mr   .  yX ' '''���$������'>  ^���XA ''lA'Aj,hAA'-'M  Recreation proposal  kept to two mills  Regional board directors decided  Thursday to amend the draft bylaw for the '  upcoming recreation referendum to keep  local expenditure for the project within  two mills per year.  The recommendation was made.at the  board Finance Committee meeting as a-  measure of keeping the proposal within  the two mill figure suggested by the  recreation committee.  ,y  .j, Directors. on Jhe: Finance Committee  also, stressed that the proposal will not  proceed if the one-third grant from the  provincial government is not forthcoming.  "It's all or nothing," said Chairman  ... Harry. Almond. "If we don't get the grant  from the government, the whole deal's  -off/''  Area F Alternate Jim Metzler told  committee niembers that people believe  that if the regional district does not  receive the entire grant, the project will  "proceed on a piecemeal basis."  "We're not considering partial funding," said Almond. "I don't believe that  is the intention' of the (recreation) committee/'  "I think that should be made very clear  to the people," said Area C Director  Charles Lee.  The committee also approved an expenditure of |lOOO towards the cost of John  Grames' legal costs in his appeal against,  B.C. Hydro Tordon 10K spraying on the  peninsula.  In a letter to the Sunshine Coast  Regional District from lawyer Gordon  Turriff, a request was made for a contribution from the board in the sum of $5,  176.35. "With that contribution," said  lurrjff, "Mr. Grames wlH still,have to  bear total costs of $1,539.00.^  , The SCRD's lawyer Bill Orobko  charged only $2,640.18 for his part of the  unsuccessful Joint hearing against the  pellet application.  In   a   conversation   with   SCRD  " Secretory-Treasurer Anne Pressley,  Orobko said the chances of Uio SCRD  winning its appeal would have been leas if  tho honrlngs had been hold separately.  Pressley added, however, that tho only  committment made to Grames and his  lawyer prior to the hearing was that the  costs of, the expert fitness would be  shared. She said that it was the Pesticide.  Control Board that made the decision to  amalgamate the hearings.  Almond said Turriff did a better job of  cross-examining Hydro witnesses* than  Orobko. "Turriff's cross-examination tied  Erich Hensch in knots," said Almond.  "I think the bill is excessive," said-  Area A Director Joe Harrison. "I couldn't  say he made three times the contribution  of Orobko."  "These guys are just taking evei^ything  they can get but of this," said Metzler.  The board, however, decided to make  the contribution of $1,000 and will ask  Orobko to re-submit his account for the  additional money and will instruct'him to  reimburse Turriff. ���  The board endorsed an expenditure of  $4,500 as emergency funding .for the  Pender Harbour Health Clinic.  Harrison told Finance Committee  members that while the clinic is funded by  the provincial government on a specified  area basis, the government will not pick  up an expenditure of $7,000 for cross-  coverage of the clinic's physician.  Without the cross-coverage, said  Harrison, it means the doctor has to be on  call 24-hours a day, 365 days of the year-  He said the government will not recognize  the extra expenditure because lt would  mean that the covering doctors would be  getting paid twice.  llio clinic society has already raised  $2500 through membership fees but is  short the remainder of thg $7000, which  waa due In August, ..��.--.-."--.���.�������.���-���..�����  x 3\M.\ICE l��AdM.l. &��������������  ���    -.���.,-   . \ .     . ^y-  saves you  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY HOARD  GIBSONS BEAVERS  AND SCOUTS  will be holding a    '  BOTTLE DRIVE  THERESE EGAN  ...to speak  the Volunteer Bureau in order to participate in the workshop. The focus will be  on increasing the volunteer's skill in  helping other people.  Therese' Egan, Co-ordinator of  . Volunteer Programs for the'North Shore  Family Services will be conducting the.  day's activities. In her work, she recruits,  screens, trains, supervises and assigns the  volunteers to work on a one-to-one basis  > with families.- These volunteers act as  special friends and provide an extra  support system to the family when needed.  Therese is a trained social worker. She  is-married-and -has six -children.-The_  family spends summers at their cottage in  Sechelt. Over the years, Therese has been  involved in a wide range of voluntary  activities. She has a vested interest in our  community and has much to share about  being an effective volunteer.  For further' information about the  workshop, contact the Volunteer Bureau  at 885-3821 or Continuing Education at 885-  3512. There is no registration fee. Attempts  . will be made.to .help arrange babysitting if  this is required. Please try to register by  Friday,_October 20.   .  Volunteers are needed in many different areas in the community. Please  contact the Volunteer Bureau to see. what  opportunities exist.       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"JEANNE & JOANNE"  The two very best service attendants of all  time. .If/you're at our gas bar and need  anything at all just ask either of these girls.  till  'DICK"  Our parts'manager is really excited about  our Tine jbf Chryco pcs4s and accessories  cmd is locking forward to assisting you in  ciiy woyf passible.  "JEFF, BOB, MIKE & CALVIN"  I don't think there is anyone you'd rather  trust your irepair'.work to than these fine  looking guys. What-a crew!      -  "KEliF  Kelly's our service manager and really  doesn't need any introduction. Call him for,  all your autbmotive service needs.  885-5111  1  !   i  ,   I  i  -  ��  Page 4 ���Sapptement to Hie PenJasnla Times  Wednesday, Oct 1&, 1978  JT  -j��� change your oil with 10/30 Multigrade oil  ���supply and install oil filter v   *  ���inspect shocks, hoses & belts  ���free car wash (inside & out)        -_t_p-___^_^_f^_f^ir'  *************** WF^^^H^7%Pr v-  ���y^kw '��i<fct.3i  : A$22Value ?  ********-*******  .  !  ���  t  I  ft  1 (  I I  ' i  : i ,  :- I -  ; i  call Kelly,  /  and get a LUBE JOB  for an additional  *  i t  ��� for most passenger cars f  I   ' "Say You Saw It In fhe Times"  ������.% i  ; t  !  I  i  i  i  ���   - i  -M  ! \ -  \ Gulf Dealers' Wintjeir Tune-Up Package includes all parts (and  lattur-i'listed^^ ^-''".-^r-^'v'^l^���XXXXikyk.  i    A^  miie)^6;400 kl|lbm^resi whichever co  or come in and make an appointment today, wj^^yer^rbu;see  the  Winter Tiirie-up sign;  Wecheckfteit  ED   initial ignition, system analysis  cylinder bjalancev  co��l output: \  dir gap (rptor to rap)  0   compression (all cylinders)  ���  ��� check and j record :   .    \-  PI   air cleaneri element '  ���   spark plug 5wires for  Q  cracks/carbori Itrackihg  ,D- roto^  ;     kyl  "0   distributor cajjs .'���  s what we'll  . 0 positive crankcase; -ky  ventilation valve  Q ali belts and hoses  0 battery (hydrometer test)  Q antifreeze ��� record  0 freezing point  We supply and install  0 new resistor-spark plugs  10 ! new points*     -  0  new condenser*  *not required for electronic ignitions  A well-tuned car runs more efficiently and gives better'gas'  economy than a poarly-tuned car. Tha better your gas economy,  7if!Qr&kerietkgy7y. PMt:'<^s^(E^;Sar Jqp^ypuF" pai^/tp^conseryeKj'  CartaddV fehergy. G|*;a��^  imAM  ���Ax  K ;-.' !���:���  0^ heat riser valve' i  ,0  ignition timing  0  carburetor^ idle mixture   '  0  carburetor idle speed -  0 clean battery posts and     [  .   connections  Final ignition-analysis  0  check Ignition system to  manufacturer's specifications  and adjust if required^^h^  :'fe~ y  "N '     --3 ; I  ! 1  /������  I 1  i     1  *  '     1-1  i h  i*m-  m-Jr*  ���  ; i  Page 6 ��� Sn^piement to The Penrnsota Times  -5  -i  1 i  i j  : ��  -* *  i j��  i    t  : ! ��� -  I  1  ���s  p  I        *-"  K  Wednesday. Oct 18,1978  letIthe mmkm that buildsand smtk  j j YOUR m HELP YOU IW FOR IT  1. CONVENIENT j  2. 4foflF!DENTiAL j  3. SECURITY J0NIY YOUR PURCHASE REOUIRED)  4. FUTURE BORROWING AVAILABLE j  5. COMPETITIVE RATES f j  6. CONVENIENT REPAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE  7. ' ts^TOP SERVtCE ��� I  8. ^CRblT LIFE INSURANCE  9. jAdciDENT 4 HEALTH INSURANCE j~~  10.  iHRYSLER bARES  - *' i -    ��  - - 4 t J  w  i  WNERSH1P  4b CHRYSLER  ^ff CREDIT CANADA UDL|  *:i i  ivenient  the company  t cares...  -- \  *>��  R FINANCE  BANK OF B.C. DEALER PLAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  LOCAL CREDIT UNIONS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  BANK OF MONTREAL  CREDIT CANADA LTD.  ON ALL NEW VEHICLES SOLD  #[hav^ DIRECT LMSINe*i��  '-.-i i   i '     .    .   ' l ��� "' I    ���      '   ��� ' ���' A - :.  lor Example: ���  ������"-  J j Q/Q   llMNI  ^ ^'"^4 *Pd:> radio, r defroster, radial tires* j  j    36 MONTHS LEASE PLAN  $114.91 per month  X . \      PURCHASE AVAILABLE AT END OF LEASE FOR $2650  ?f 07CI   PHDnflRA   PW/ stereo' V8 auto' Ps' pbf 60/40 sedty  !  1  *     i     i  t      J     j-  h    I"    1  l^inyl roof PLUS MANY OTHER OPTIONS.  36 MONTHS LEASE PLAN   $ 199.44 per month  PURCHASE AVAILABLE AT END OF LEASE $4850:  * NON MAINTENANCE LEASE  * * * ;* ***** ***** ************  : FREE 15,000 miles per year *  * * * * ******* ** * * * * * ********  C'MON IN FOR A LEASE QUOTE ON ANY NEW VEHICLE  I ii    f   ^-r^       ~\ -    - \ l~"       - ' ' " ".-'--:- ;������"!'-!-���."'���-���-  i *     1  ii-  e  if Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978        Supplement to The Peninsola Times ��� Page 7  ->.4  .. ��� ��� i .  ���'���-.-��� n ���  K  Rli^i-^^^^^^  w:->x::-i;;:i^Jiyii  m    Recreation Vehicles.  And vou must see  Thebe Frontier RVs ar�� full of great new jideasand design features.. Each  motbrhome, camper, trailer and vatv^onvejrsion (^dedicated tb the Frontier.  ) principle):-A they're luxurious, built to last and; offer top dollar value. The  Frontiers give you more liv ng spacfe, more storage, more comfort.;; \  ���.^ \     1.  \ \    '  Ai..-  ������/  ..' - .v kpm  ilD ���  Stq^lggest to The PeTitnrola Urges  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978  ��� ������  r-   . i    i  r*>  Tbe NEW SAPPORO bos been given -a new J"Eurocoupe" image  "which reflects a revised exterior appearance -white it retains: it's -  - sleek -good looks. Window moulcSngs are accented in block and the  rear-appiique �� color-keyed to the exterior Scoter. The European  flavor extends to the interior, where upholsteries are in pleated  ^soft vinyl or pJcffeddefth.   * \    ''  A2j6JBre "Stent Siaft" four cylinder engiiie is standard in  Sapporo (B well as a five speed manual transmission. Tbe  options seero almost limitless and include a new  automatic speed control. \ '-'���        1    _~  Test drive Sapporo today J.,,  you wont be sorry.   ��  IE  Vhmioutfi  J p-4- -I     *-  Ond go Trucks  SALES/SERVICE  INCREDIBLE!  The 1979 COLT 4-DOOR WAGON offers all jthe  features of-the standard Colt But adds the size  and practicality of a wagon. The "extra  roominess and ruggedness make this  family wagon uniquely Colt.  --*  The 1979 DODGE CHALLENGB?"5  exterior styling is accentuated by a  I-wrap-around rear-window and    |    .  I toillights. louvred rear roof pillar  [and split  horizontal grille,  housing /__  ^foor  rectangulor heodlamps. ItJ        ~1&(  1 boasts a 2.6 litre "Silent -Shaff  ^four cylinder engine as well as a 5 speed  imanua) transmission os standard equipment. ^  , Also standard is an intermittent windshield  ^wiper system, sports-type j steering wheel,  power ;  ventilation   and AM/FM radio. Do yourself a favor  and see the NEW DODGE CHA1LB4GBI  TODAY. |   - ������/.--���  isflc  .The NEW FIRE ARROW comes with a 2.6 litre 'Silent Shaft" four  t cylinder engine, cei aluminum wheels and four-wheel disc  ^brokes. Standard equipment on alii 979 Arrows includes new -  ^fuBy-redining bucket seats, rear liftgate, fold-down rear seats,  power front disc brakes, tilt steering column, forced- oar ���*  |yj ventilation, fuel filler lock, tinted giass aid front  door ormrests.  Don't miss  t.       ��������-��� -  Suncoast  Grand Opening  --    "' _ -   1  * "t  i ���     .- ~K _  i **^  lfttroducing'79 Colt 0-Door  ~ -speed shift to economy.;  THe all new CQLT HATCHBACK leads the Colt family of fine cars into the new year.  This new Colt has-a unique "twin stick" transmission as standard that; permits the  drrver to select: between economy and performance driving modes. The hatchback  will hold four people, and. is available in Hatchback, Hatchback Custom and  yHatchbock Custom Sport packages. With the rear seat down the Hatchback has  ^22.9 cubic feet of storage space. Standard equipment on the new Colt  ^includes a security shelf providing hidden storage for valuables, a color-  rkeyed- instAjnrc'ent panel, front mud guards-, reclining-front seats with   J  ^adjustable headrests and much, much more. The new Colt three- j  ^door's four wheel independent suspension system provides   a  igxcellent ride and handling characteristics. Rack and    i -d  jjinion steering is used, and front wheel disc  brakes are standard.  It Now at Suncoast]  ALL NEW VEHICLES.NOW  COME WITH  A 36 MONTH  CORROSION WARRANTY  9.  .1  X?  ���I Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978    !   Supplement to The Peninsula limes ��� Page 11  ***************************��  light years ahead  *******  AfewP/ymouth  Horizon    *  *  ONE DRIVE AND YOU'LL BE SOLD!  Comfort and room for four big people through four doors, and a fifth door  in back for luggage. Go- anywhere confidence of front wheel drive, '  front wheel disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, and transverse mounted 1.7 litre  4 cylinder engine. Economy price includes features that are usually options on  other cars, and you can add options of your own like a glass sunroof.  The new specialty TC3 complements the spectacularly successful  Plymouth Horizon five-door introduced early in 1978.  I i ���  The aerodynamically-styled Horizon TC3, however, bears no  outward resemblance to its. efficiency-sized brother: for  one thing it is about eight inches longer, and nearly 2 1/2  inches lower. ,,  The 1979 Plymouth Horizon TC3  Hatchback rides on a 2456 mm  (96.7 inch] wheelbase. It is 4402 mm  (173.3 inches) long and 1676 mm (66 inches)  w5de-        > Horizon TC3's bold  styling features a sloping,'  soft front 'fascia panel  with undernose  ALL RIGHT!  air dam, which enhances fhe car's low-sl    sporty appearance. Made of non-corrosive, tough and  flexible urethane material capable of withstanding  five-mile-an-hour impacts without damage,  the front end design provides a 5.7 per cent  drag reduction over other designs tested wfiile  at the same time improving radiator air flow.  1979 Plymouth Horizon  Five-Door Hatchback  Take a test drive at Suncoast Chrysler-you'll be  ���  ��  DODGE  *  ���  '     'L ^  sold on i the advantages, p  Another aerodynamic features of the Horizon TC3 is the smoothly curved windshield-to-sidi -glass design  which reduces the drag level 6.2 per cent, while minimizing wind noise. An optional rear deck spoiler  reduces rear-end drag by 9.2 per cent, according to wind tunnel tests, . < t -  *  *  *  ���  ���  *  *  ���  *  ���  ���  *  ********** **************4^*  f  f  T  *  ���  ALL NEW VEHICLES NOW COME WITH  A 36 MONTH CORROSION WARRANTY I  DOES IT ALL!  *  V.  1979 Dodge Omni  5-Door Hatchback  1979 Dodge Omni 024 Three-Door Hatchback  The three-door Omni 024 complements the highly successful Dodge Omni five-  dopr liftback introduced in early 1978.        j  The aerodynamically-styled Omni 024 is totally different in appearance from the  efficiency-sized Omni five-door. Wheelbase is 2.5 inches shorter at 96.7 inches  (2456 mm). Over-all length of the 024 is 173.3 inches (4402 mm), about eight  inches longer than the five-door. And the Onini 024 is nearly 2 1/2 inches lower.  Oodge Omni 024 styling Features "soft" front fascia and rear-end design. These  moulded urethane components are durable, corrosion resistant, and lighter than  comparable metal parts. They can also absorb five-mile-per-hour impacts without  damage.  The sharply-sloped front fascia panel, with horizontal grille openings, recessed  rectangular headlamps and undernose air dam, reduces drag by mor 9 than five  per cent. | [  A dr.ipless, smoothly curved windshield-to-side-glass configuration alio reduces,  drag by six per cent over conventional design, while also reducing v rind noise.  Both 1979 Dodge Omni models are powered by a transverse-mounted four  cylinder, front-wheel-drive engine with overhead camshaft. Displacement is 1.7  litres (104.7 cubic inches). This engine is equipped with Chrysler's! Electronic  Spark Control System and electronic ignition. >  A four-speed  manual  transmission   is  standard.   A three-speed  automatic transmission is optionally available.  Ibrqueflite  r.  0 Page n f  ,ktr Tbe Pesxnsola limes  We  TV Oct 18,1878  TT"  Plymouth  Dodgo Trucks  es/sbwjce  Volare  V\  ^DUSTER"  <$��� v  \\|^  A new Volare "Duster" appointment package includes  _ "Duster" nameplates on front fenders and rees- deck, belt mouldings, and lower body stripes. There  are accent stripes for the upper body, rear -deck and the louvred quarter-window.  ^Tbe "Duster" pockoge interior offers plaid doth and vinyl highbock bucket seats,-with  a front seat centre cushion or console (available at extra cost). Rear seats are also  ^vinyl-vnthpkjidckjth inserts. ���,/  For 1979. Plymouth Volare has a redesigned electric choke heater  Jo* 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 this  material for fhe first time.  1-  fsblare Four Door Sedan  #4    J . -        I ���; - - }-  A%of>y four-door sedan with a Standard engine that is a 3.7 iBre (225 cubic  jnih} ��iant-sbc C^rtona) engine choices include a 55 litre (318 cubic mcf^ V8,  ora 5^ litre (360 cubic inch) eight for leaded fuel operation. I  |; |     ���     : *j- -i - I  Oa change interval has been changed from every six months or 7,500 miles to  l#rafnths or 12.000 km (7.500 miles).     .     i I  1  A I '       -     ���? ���> " ��� t  Of am standard Volare and with the custom appointment pockoge.;seat  ufi>6frteries are new. Bucket seats with a centre cushion as well as o 60/40  split fench seat ore ovoUcble with the premium appointment pockoge. A  pntdsfum level bucket seat is also optional on standard models. There are new  Volar* interior ccfofs in cashmere and teal green.  i PftQHECIED SfTHE  06MO*CIHO��5UER  f  AKTKX*JO5��0H  \  1     ^VWUXTY  vWi  -It***'  Volare Four Door Station Wagon  Volare station wagons may be'ordered with a special "Sport" package. Exterior components include wheel opening flares, a front air dam, dual-color  tope stripes for the air dam, upper body, wheel'openings and liftgate, and a  blocked-out grille.  Interior appointments include premium'bucket seats with centre armrest  cushion, a carpeted cargo compartment and-storage bins, thick-padded  _ steering wheel and an optionol console. Five-spoke styled rood wheels with  bright trim rings are standard. Cast aluminum road wheels are available at  extra cost. '; ���    ���  --!  --\  Dodge Aspen Two.Door Coupe  Aspen Sunrise comes with an eye-catching combination of upper body side tape striping,  louvred quarter windows with tape accents and a "strobe stripe" tape across the rear deck  lower panel. Inside, Sunrise features plaid highbock bucket seats with optional front seat  centre cushion and/or console. White sidewall polyester tires are standard.  ~ ���   X ������  . i ~-        '-. j       '".;-....������  Standard engine in the 1979 Dodge Aspen is o 3.7 litre (225 cubic inch) slant six. Optional  engine choices include a 5\5 litre (318 cubic inch) V8 and a 5.91'rtre (360 cubic inch) eight  for leaded fuel operation. -~ j;  * >c  I  ;e Aspen Four Door Station Wagon j  ' ���* '   I ���      t - j - i    ' -. .  " Wbm new Aspen sport wagon pockoge features flared wheel openings, a blocked-out  -Igriie, front o��r do��n, dud body color sport mirrors and dual color tape stripes on the  or dam. upper bodyside, wheel opening* and tailgate. Inside, there are vinyl bucket  a thick-padded steering wheel and fully-carpeted cargo compartment and  bins. Five-*poke custom styled rood wheels with bright trim rings are  standard. Cast ciominum rood wheels are optionally available.  --���. ' .1 ; ���    ~    " S  ^-^An optional custom exterior package for Aspen coupes, sedans and station wagons  fntndtxJ��s distinctive vinyl body side mouldings and belt mouldings. The wagon group  >^nd)udes upper door frame mouldings. 3  AX  Dodge Aspen  Four Door  Sedan  !  f  Aspen offers improved corrosion protection  for 1979 through increased use.of galvanized  steel forbody parts. New gafvanized'eomponent^ include quarter panels, rear outer-  wheel housings and rear floor pan side extensions. Front fenders, outer'door panels,  "inner and outer side sills and inner and outer liftgate panels are also gqlvanized.  A new high pressure, thin profile "minispore" tire is standard on: 1979 Dodge Aspen  coupes and sedans. This pre-inflated fire weighs about 30 per cent less than a  conventional spare and permits additional usable trunk;space. -'   ���.  _ - i i - ���  ALL NEW VEHICLES "NOW COME WITH A 36 MONTH  t CORROSION WARRANTY Wednesday, Oct. 18,1178        Supplement io The Peninsula 1 Imes ��� Page  i  i ;  i i  i !  <  lic|ht years  ^T^ ahead...  "Plymouth  Dodge Trucks  DODGE MAGNUM XE  MAGNUM XE ��� Dodge's aerodynamically-styled specialty hardtop-��� features  two-tone exterior paint option and engineering refinements forr1979.  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 2919 mm (114.9 inch) wheelbase.  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  Torquefllte automatic transmission.  Magnum's distinctive two-tone paint option is available i  [ either a combination of Nightwatch Blue or Black or Silver  I and 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 the  upper body color. Dodge Magnum XEfdr 1979 is available with  la vinyl landau roof with opera window. Other optional roof  [choices include a power-operated glass sun roof or a "T-bar"  roof with removable smoked glass panels.  Extended use of galvanized steel body components provides  increased corrosion protection. Front fenders, quarter panels  and cowl top. panels have been added to the list of such-  components that already included door outer panels  and outer sills, and rear floor pan extensions.  ��1979 DODGE  DIPLOMAT  inner  ijnew Diplomat  station j 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.   Jhe  counterbalanced; 1 ftgate provides  easy access and a large opening t< i the station  wagon's ro'omy cargo area.  i  The four-door, two-seat station wagon complements the Diploirat 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 of the wraparound, tiered 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 are standard. The spare tire and j ack are  stored under the cargo floor. '    * -  The standard seat in the new Diplomat wagon is a vinyl front bench  seat with folding centre armrest. Velour-upholstered 60/40 spljt bench  - seats are optionally available, as is a cargo compartment'"  actuated by the rear liftgate.  The vinyl roof on the highline model  pillared hard-top features a new rectangular quarter  window with tinted glass.  Dodge Diplomat buyers may choose between optional  T-bar roof with removable panels on two-  door models and glass, pow4r-operoied  d four-doors. An  Diplomat two-doo r  1979 Plymouth  /  new vehicles now come  corrosion 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  sportyPlyniouth Caravelle twoJopr pillared  hardtop and four-door sedan introduced to th  Canadian market last year  Caravelle for 1979 also gets a medium price  class hardtop and sedan, and highline "Salon" editions of  each. v  Plymouth Cc ravelle fpr 1979 has a  refined grilfci and taillight treatment  All three 1979 Plymouth Caravelle?  ride on a 2863 mm,1 (112.7 inch)  wheelbase.  The totally-new Caravelle statioi  ^      wagon hai a marine teakwood-grain applique   M| xvm  extending the full lenath of the vehicle's siaes and extending across the rear        liftgate. The counterbalanced! liftgate provides easy access to the wagon's spacious cargo  cargo compartment light actuated by the liftgate is available as an option.  Standard seat in the new Caravelle station wagon is a vinyl front bench seat with folding armrest. 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) slant six with  single-barrel carburetjon. Optionally available engines include a 5.12 litre (316 cubic inch) V8 and a  5.9 litre (360 cubic inch) eight, the latter engine available in a version for leaded fuel operation. All  1979 Caravelle engines have a redesigned electric choke heater for improved cold starting  compartment. A lenient to Tbe Peninsula Times  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1S78  I      ��� ;  fttslNew! It's an automotive  achievement!  A sophisticated car that^is noticeably new for 1979.  f^e*rJn size ond fuel economy, with a look that  sfjyp "fhis is very special;, inside there's  tfeejcafmfort of a living room with every;  inch the headroom and legroom of lost -i  year's model, and. then some. Out bock,  mdre than 21 cu. ft. of usable trunk space?  And everywhere, elegant appointments  to-toke your breath away. See the fabulous  1999 Chrysler New Yorker today.  Ti�� New Yorker Fifth Avenue Edition features an elegant -j  two-tone Champagne exterior paint treatment, medium beige  oc&ont stripes, wire wheel covers, white sidewoli radial tires  vreljh gold accent} stripes, a stand-up pentostar hood or-f-  nament, color-keyed Laredo-grained podded vinyl landau roof, and  edge-jit rear quarter windows with *!Rfth Avenue Edition" etched in  thegloss.    ���   _ - J  s  1979 Chrysler New Yorker  incomparable in prestige  and performance!  You must see the  1979 LeBaron lineup at  Sbncoast Chrysler iScl.  " !   1979dhryslerLeBaronTown&  AU HsVf VBBOiS NOW COME WITH A 36 MOMTH  CORROSION WARRANTY J  Chrysler LeBaron 2 portes 1979  big, bbld7 more  beautiful  than ever!  Express your individuality with this personal luxury car. Moke Chrysler Cordoba  tl��e tymbohof your success for all the world to admire. There's every option to  pbffiper you, including seats of real leather. A 5.2 litre performance engine  powers 1979 Chrysler Cordoba, and a new Electronic Spark Control system helps  make thai-engine fuel efficient. Cordoba, in the rocy two-tone treatment that  makes it personally yours.       . \ '      s      ���   ���  Chrysler LeBaron 4 portes 1979  Make your choice from spacious j sedans, dramatically  sculptured hardtops, anda wagon that is truly unique. The  Town & Country big cargo! wagon, available with the look of  handcrafted wood. There's a new [electric choke heater  circuit for sure-fire cold engine starts. New Electronic Spark.  Controrand a host more features are designed to enhance,  fuel economy. And. you can choose from just obout every  luxury option you might desire. Experience 19J9 Chrysler  LeBaron today. j  1979 Chrysler Newport  Efficient new size,; big as ever on  comfort |j  New in size and fuel economy, yet every inch  as much legroom and headroom as;last year.  That's 1979 Chrysler Newport, awaiting your  "approval at Suncoast Chrysler Ltd."Make this  very special car personally yours with every  option you might" desire. Enjoy j its firm-  responsive ride, a Chrysler achievement in  driving smoothness and quiet. Appreciate its  more than 21 cu. ft. of usable trunk space. -  Drive new Chrysler Newport todayi  vitjMoitiri  CHRYSLER  Dodge Trucks  SALES/SERVICE  X "V I-  I  Wednesday, Oct. 18,1978       Supplement to The Peninsula Times ��� Page 15 i:  get truckin'  with  Dodge D100  Adventurer  SE Club Cab  79 Dodge  i andv  n^*t  A new grille, hood, cow) top  i   panel and headlight treatment gjye  i   Dodge light-duty pickups a fresh.  .   new frontal appearance for .1979.  Hard-working Dodge pickups are  ',' available with standard or Club Cabs in two <  four-wheel-drive configurations, and with two styles"  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 af the industry's  most extensive lines of standard and' optional  equipment. These range from appearance items like  various exterior tape stripes to a|r conditioners, power steering and brakes and a wide  ,   selection of radios. [ . .     ��� .  Improved corrosion protection is extended further to include the use of galvanized steel on the  inside tailgate panel on Sweptline pickups, and the installation of galvanized cowl side ou^er  '   panels on all models.  Z - ' j  Ramcharger SE  ,  Ramcharger continues in two  a'ndifouT-whfcel-drive versions.  These versatile off-road vehicles  are built on a 2692 mm  (106-inch) wheelbase.'  A 3.7 litre (225 cubic inch)  six-lcylinder engine is standard'  in two-wheel-drive models.  A 5J.2 litre (318 cubic inch) V-8 is  standard in four-wheel-drive''  Ratychargers, and a 5.9 litre (360 cubic  inch) engine is optionally available.  New Ramcharger- options for, 1979 include  ele :tric door locks and a bold new tape  stripe package. The graduated tape package is  available in three hues ��� blue, tan and  red/orange. It features a "Dodge" decal on the  door and stripe running to the rear of the vehicle. j  The "Macho" version of the Ramcharger is continued for 1979.  'k\ .,  Passenger car-type options availal  steering wheel, electric door locks, and an electric rear defrostei-,on some models  equipped with a single rear door. The tilt steering wheel permits the wheel to be set  different positions, and is available only with power steering and  sion. The optional electric door lock operates all doors including;  side doors.  ��� in any one of seven  automatic transmis  sliding and hinged  Gasoline engine choices include a 3  ftiiSSi  Sportsman  SE Wagon  >on 1979 Dodge Wagons and Vans include a tilt-  litre (22$-cubic inch) Slant-Six, and 5.2 .litre  (318 cubic inch) at d 5.9 litre (360 cubicfTncfi) V-8s. Wagon "and J Van transmission  choices include a tf ree-speed manual and optional heavy-duty three-speed manual,  three-speed automatic and four-speed rnanual with overdrive,  j  Corrosion protection has been extended further to include galvanizing the inner*  surfaces of side and rear doors.  \  Introducing!  ���^ Dodge D50 Pick-up Truck  J.-&Z'' the handsonjely-styled Dodge D50 is built on a 2780 mm, (109.4-^inch)  ���'fyy   Overall length is4689 mm (1B4.6 inches). TheD50's cargo box is 2070 m  wheelbase,  mm. long (six-  E08  >*.'*���.  ��*��#'  I length  and-o-half feet), and payload capacityl is a hefty 635kg (1,400 pounds)  The rugged Dodge D50 is available in two versions ��� a standard model, and th ��  optional D50J Sport. j |" I  Equipment 09 the standard D50 model includes: white sidewall tires, an AM radic,  cargo (amp, drmrests, tinted glass ana bright windshield and drip'mouldings. On th �����;:.--  D5(feSport model, the radio is an AM/FM and the tires are of the raised white letter'  type. The standard D50 is equipped with a four-speed manual transmission.'A five-J  speed manual transmission is standard on. the D50 Sport, and an automatic:^trarj-,,  smission is optionally available in both models. ! i'WK*  Plymouth"  Dodge Trucks  come in and  pick up  yours  ri  *  I  V-ffiSf^//m  ALL NEW VEHICLES  CORROSION  NOW3COME  WARRANTY >  WITH A:36 MONTH  . -yy \ '-?  ���I���..  ���^  'II   I I    ���.'  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