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 .'    -I  K  **$_  i    i .-   �����  t ��� y  ��� x  diet**?  Remembrance Pay  Let peace be  us  THe following is an address made by Bill  Edney at a Remembrance Day service in  Gibsons j * ' =\   As we continue our RemembVance Day  Services^ indoors, I first of all wish to  weleome^U^f==you=the=digiutariesrthe  veterans, the veterans dependents,  everyone ... and especially the children,  and .young adults.   -A  Those of you engaged in group activities such as Cubs, Scouts, Brownies,  Guideg, Naval Cadets and School Band are  involved in a program of personal  development that is of importance to the  future pf our country.  We who are getting old, look to you to  shape the future, but you must learn the  lessons of the past to do it well.  th^t you are involved in is of great importance. The discipline required of you  -will-help- to^deyelop^your-characterfor-  your own well-being as well as the community and your country.  Por=607earsr^urnatiBirhas=paused=oii  Novembei* 11 to remember and think about  those whose sacrifice made it possible for  us to grow, develop, and live as free  people.  Strange as it may seem, our power to  recall events and incidents which happened to us when we were young is much  sharper than those things which happen as  we get older, especially much older.  I can renjejnber quite clearly how we  used to observe Armistice Day almost 60  years ago; Shops did not close, schools did  sound at exactly 11 a.m. and keep sounding for two minutes while everyone at  ~school7at worknoratplay stood in silence  thinking <frthe war recently over, and of  the dear ones who never came back.  agony, the suffering, the death and  destruction, the loss of comrades, as well  as the good times.  Yes, it is true, we dojind pleasure and  humour even in times of stress and ad-  This program of personal development���not close ��� a bell or steam whistle would  formal=sefvrcesrsircn as ours today,  the names of those who gave their lives  would be read out.  Those of us, therefore, who can recall  the various personal incidents related to  one war or another, will have observed the  silence somewhat differently from those,  who by their age, will not be able to recall  anything.  Concerning wars of the past. This is one  of our problems today. If we are to learn  from the past, we must think about and  make known the agonies of war.  Those who were there will recall the  versity.~We couldlind joy in simple things  that we take for granted*today. V^hat a  relief it was, for instant, when we'were  sent away from the action to a rest, camp  for a bath and sleep.  I remember in France "being sent to a  smelly cave, where there were no sanitary  facilities, where hundreds of civilians had  been herded into on a previous occasion by  the retreating, enemy.  I never did pick up my ground sheet,  but sleep, precious sleep-away from the  guns and shell-fire was what, We,had to  ���See Page A-6  Scrying the Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing   Granthams Landing, Gibsons    Roberts Creek  Wifson Creek   Selma Park   Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay   Secret Gpve, Pender.Hrb    Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvines Landing   E^irls Cove   Egmont  J.ARCEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 50  Union '��$��&��::*��<?��� Label  .   18 Pages -r 20c Copy;  <*S"a   Wednesday, Noveml)ert5rt978~:  Phone  885-3231  /  "n  *r  m^mmmA-mm  LAYING  OF THE  WREATHS in  memory of the fallen in World Wars I  and II and the Korean conflict took  place_at Cenotaph Park during  Remembrance Day ceremonies. A  parade, pipe band, prayer and fly  past were arranged by the Sechelt  Royal Canadian legion Branch 104 for  the occasion. -  election sticks  Lee tackles  public d  A "comedy df errors" lias raulted7in  "rejection - of  a  Sechelt"school   board  hopeful's nomination papeu and an invalid school trustee election in the village.  It  was  announced   that   Len   Van  ���Egmond was elected to the Sechelt seat on  the school board by acclamation October  30, when the only other potential can-  ~~ ~didate'sTfominationpaperswere"rejected'  ���   by Yvette Kent, the village returnng of-  ficer.  Area C Director Charles Lee told  Gibsons Council last Tuesday there is no  effective answer to rising costs and increased public deht .unless taxpayers are  prepared-to forego ?erv*oes.    *-. * .  _ And on the peninsula that means taking  a hard look at recreation needs and  possibly the school board-regional district  joint use committee, the director said ih an "  interview. . ''  Lee gave his solemn message to council >  upon his return from a meeting of the  Ganadian-Businessmen's-Assciciation-iri-  Vancouver, and promised a full disclosure  , of  regipnal; finances   at   the   board's  November, 16 meeting.  Lee told'couhcil that not only is Canada  facing a grim future of growing deficits  that in 1979 will Cat up 14 per cent of the  federal budget in service charges alone,  but the peninsula will face a similar crisis  if it doesn't draw the line on spending.  '|The regional board will be considering  a budget up a.potential $664,000 over last  year's ' $442,000 after all government  grants, and double that for 1980," he said.  He said elected officials must now be  "flint hard businessmen" and "... be able  to say no to further expense, and in this  category I put the recreation package."  Provincial spending on the Sunshine  Coast Regional District's proposed 12-  project recreation package was recently  red penciled In Victoria pending the  outcome of a report from the Regional  District Review Commission.  However,  Lee  said  the  recreation  mishandled.   The^ members   of-the  recreation commission were poorly used .  .. and the public washing- ill-served by  the, figiire^^c^tai quol&ft.-'in   the���  referendum." ~!"' ��   He said when he took the cost estimates  of the 12 projects to knowledgeable people  in Vancouver, "they laughed."  He charged that the figures presented  were not reliable, had hot^been checked,  jand no updates were provided,after three  yefars of delays to the project.  Lee_resigned_as_regionaLirepresen-  Peter Bandi, a Sechelt businessman,  took the matter of his rejected candidacy  to judicial hearing last Wednesday, but  Provincial Court Judge JJS.P. Johnson  confirmed that rejection.  Kent and Village Clerk Tom Wood had  rejected.Bandi's declaration because the  form was not properly completed. Wood  told the judge that Bandi had not met the  requirements q| the Municipal Act that his  nominators be on the Sechelt voters list.  Dr. Alan Cairns, one of Bandi's  nominators, is not on that list.  The clerk also told the court that Bandi  had not fully completed the section of the  form that indicated which-area he  Jntending-to-run-in.   "The intent was ambiguous -  was  thought he was running in Rural Area B,"  said Kent.  Bandi said that although his papers  were not complete to the letter of the law,  he had completed them "according to the  r spirit of the law."  He explained that he had not found out  _ about the election until October 26 because  the vacancy was not advertised in the  * paper. That left himr only one day before  the weekend of the 28th to pick up the  papers and peruse them. The papers were  eventually dropped off at the village office  the morning of October 26 by a friend  because of a previous commitment to be at  . a seminar in Harrison Hot Springs, said  ���-Bandi.           we ^All-this-Jias-^ome-about-throughi a  comedy of errors ��� including some of my  own," said Bandi.  Johnson rejected Bandi's appeal on the  grounds that the Municipal Act is a  "provincial statute and to be strictly interpreted."  "-- "As far as'your situation is concerned,-  Jwpei^Jia^en'JL been!  your nomination  properly filed," he said.  But he added that the rules work both  ways, and that the village must give notice  of poll if required to by thfe Municipal Act.  Section 55 of the act says notice of poll  must be published in a newspaper at least  six days before the nomination deadline.  "If they don't strictly adhere to the  -termsof-the^cHt^ould^eenrto-me-that-'  the_election may well not be valid," said  Johnson. "You'd have to make an appeal  to another court for that decision."  The judge said that it might be in the  best interests of Van Egmond to determine!  whether he has been elected in a legal  election. - -   - -  .'"  ���See PageA-3-  Tt  Minister supports Coast-Garibaldi move  tative on the Recreation Commission two  weeks before the^ municipal affairs  department decision" that the package  could not go to referendum November 18.  .7 ^jn^i^jy^.s^tenti^.tO' the regional  budget, he calculated that spending on  garbage, hospitals, schools, regional  district office salaries, supplies and  recreation would push the total budget  almost 7.5 mills above its ltfll. total.  In ttie Sunshine Coast Regional District  one.mill equals approximately $90,000, he  , said; adding that his budget figures did not  include spending on the water authority.  He projected the 1980 budget to top 13  mills over the 1978, budget based on the  same 90,000 mill.  He said the 1980 net budget was,to  service a population of 12,500. A population  which has a high concentration of senior  citizens and only one main industry in Port  Mellon, he said.  "The question 1? how can we(as elected  officials go homo/and sleep, knowing what  ���In a letter~considered"last'Mohday by-  the Coast Garibaldi Unionx Board of  Health, Health Minister Bob McClelland  supported two previous requests by board  members to transfer the board's l^nior  staff from Powell River to Gibsons.  McClelland added, the ministry "does  not feel prepared to make an immediate  decision" on the board's second request  that the healthy unit's npw speech and  hearing unit also be moved to Gibsons.  In a seven to four vote the board  recommended that the move be made  within1 two years,  thus dismissing  a  A proposal by health unit director Dr, Bruce  Laing that the move be delayed for five  years. However, the vote drew opposing  "reactions from the peninsula'sH; wo  representatives Joyce Kolibas of Sechelt,  and Lorraine Goddard of Gibsons.  Kolibas told the Times, she voted  against the motion because she was  "against the^pveV^firiod^^  Kolibas said! she sees the move as an  unnecessary expense, as a new facility  was recently built in Powell River, and she  feelsthe areas represented will eventually  be rearranged, or another health unit  added.  The board, made up of representatives  from Powell River, Sechelt, Gibsons,  Squamish, Whistler Mountain . and  Pemberton requested the move ln April, in  response 'to complaints of inadequate  service to the HoWe Sound communities.  While kolibas agrees that the Howe  Sound communities should receive better,  treatment, she also says "the time will  come when these people will not be connected with our area."  . * "It's not necessary to move to Gibsons.  It's a lot of work to change and it's an  expense. The new building in Powell River  will be wasted. M#be as a Board member  I'm not supposed to worry about where tax  money ls spent," she said.  Kolibas said she did not sympathize  with the request for a five-year delay on  the move,  "Laing said It was upsetting.... but I'm  not in sympathy with that. I think in any  government situation it's a fact that you  can1>e transferred. . .1 feel he was just  hitting out in the dark."    ���  It had been argued that the,health  ' ���See Page A-3  Voter's guide  The Times has prepared a Voter's  Guide to aid bur readers in choosing  representatives for regional district  Area F, Gibsons and Sechelt Councils.  Please turn to page B-l for views  and information on the November 18  election. ���"'.''  package is not dead, only postponed, and If Mwe know and not letting the public know  It Is revived It needs to be revamped.       what we knbw... It's time somebody said  "In general I think the project wop   something."       '���'���','.*���.  Pender parents can't  hand   Despiteefforts^mfldc byjchpoltrustees,  Claiis Speikermann and Peter Prescesky  over the past six weeks to ensure direct  Involvement of tho Ponder Harbour  community ln tho hiring of n new high  school principal, the Sechelt School Board  has once again vetoed the idea.  Speikermann gavo notice of motion at  the October 28 board meeting that he  would move at the next meeting that the  "Pender Harbour community have a  direct Input In tho selection of the principal  for Pender Harbour ScconcUtTy School."  The motion, however, was defeated at  last Thursday's bonrd meeting whcir tho  majority df trustees maintained that tho  motion was a violation of school board  policy,  /..,. Spelkormann had put forth a slipllar  motion at' tho September ' 28 board  peeting, but It was ruled out of order by  chairman Don Douglas ns being contrary  ^��.jrru8teo.,.Tlm..F.rljBzoU.iBbstained.from...  the vote because ho hns recently been  hired as a child caro worker for Uio Pendor  Harbour alternate school program, which  Is administered by tho Sunshine Coast  Community Resource Socloty. He said  then that ho did not feel it appropriate to  enter into^nny discussion of the prln-  cipalshlp Uc&uiso of his position,  Frizzell was included In Thursday  night's voting, however^ when Speikermann changed tho wording of his motion to  read that all'communities on tho Sunshine  "Why do those girls look like each  other?" Sechelt Identical triplets Matthew, Cameron and Benjamin Haley asked  their mom when they arrived at the triplet  contest at the Pacific Centro Mall.  Jennlce Haley explained the girls were  triplets, Just like they are;  ��� "But somehow I don't think It's sunk in  yet," sho says.        - '  Tho four and a half yoar old boys wero  soon to be Judged tho most alike set in the  contest, which was part of Pacific Centre's  third anniversary celebration.   ,  "Tho funny thing Is they don't realize  the Impact they havo on people and don't  rMllzQp-why!1'"--���p-----*^^^^    Eight sets of triples from four to 20  turned up for, the contest.Three four-year-  old girls won red trikes for being the  youngest group.nnd Uio Hntyy Three, each  received $50 gift certificates.  "That's shoes and clothes for next  j^nr," soys JJennlco to whom bargain  finding became a necessity Instead of a  virtue. 7 '  Long gone are her difficulties in tolling  tlio boys apart (a problem she solved using  three shades of nail polish on tholr toe**  are winners  common���one set in 9,0Q0 births, identical  .triplets are only found once ln about every  250,000 births. ,*       '  An early decision was to avoid ex-   friend of the family  plotting their identical side. They are .-. Mrs. Haley1 feels they were paid almost  rarely dressed ln look-alike costumes. The too much attention as babies, and con-  sweaters in the picture were,made by a sequently thinks they are a little spoiled,  "     " , ��� -See Page A-3  to board policy.  P~rfi8C��f^|^;%JMtelfilfiClM.ICpni.the r(��pan��llJWtjiJUablft that responsibility .to  .; flHf^^.n����iiS^ mia^fijjpvinv'niiMin "somtf^jolso,^/,"  Pcnd'  iqisuccosMulIy eKtil^ngwrth^rlillng at  that tlmo when trustees Maureen Clayton,  Kay DQmbroski and Joanno Rotluff upheld  Douglas' decision.  Coflst liavo a direct Input into tho polcctlon t whoniho boys wore breast feeding age).  i..i Now she's fighting double digit InflatibiT^  times three. Although It Is certainly not na  difficult now ns when hor husband Robert  was supporting Ills brootl on an articling  law student's flnlniy;v , . ~ ^  "Pooplo Uiought I wns crazy buying  clothes up to a year In advance at tho New  Yopt-'s sales, until thoy found thoy were  paying $7.99 tor; things I bought lor $2,9ir."  -~p<w��v��Ythwtt*refmre^^  raising triplets Uwn being a spondUirlft.  and keeping six hands out of th? canned.  goods1 at tlio supermarket.-��   :        "i ���* ���  Tho Haleya want to downplay their  of a principal in tholr areas,  "This would establish a precedent and I  would like it to happen for all communities," said Speikermann.  Reading a prepared statement,  Douglas said* that Speikermann's  recommendation / that community  member^ bo allowed to Interview shortlist  candidates would be "nn abrogation of my  -fr--  Spclkermufin snld, however, tliat to  consider community Input as an  abrogation of responsibility "ls stretching  -See I'ngo A-3  ! 1.'.-  *\  v        \ {'  * \'l  " I  X.  JUDGED TIIE MOST allkb set in n  triplet contest In Vancouver recently  , anniversary of Pacific Centre MaU.  . ��� and eight seta of triplets entered the  sons'uniqueness. While triples ore not too   are Matthew; C|omer9n and Benjatnln  Thd competition^ marked the third, contest. '  Haley (gwm who is who), sons of  Robert and Jennice Haley of Sechelt.  v  \  |llW��HvA-M  j\ f^^f  X   < ��� /��� .  ���\-:���''  <:   '}  -" I  \    !  Page A-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 15,1978  <1i*^EDItORlALS  Tern Brandmueller, Editor  ' A (fee press is the unsleeping guardian of  (very other right that Jree men prize. '  ��� Wimton Churchill  ���-^-  ICeachingJifekjKOEk  c  What retiring school board trustee  Claus Speikermann called the  highlight of his 12-year career in  education, will, probably be the  highlight of a few other -people's  educational careers���namely the, 20  students enrolled in the Native Environmental Studies program this  fall  concerned, is that sutdents can still  get excited about the learning experience. ��� i.  Thccourse in itself is exciting���the  students study tidal waters,^ pull..  ' prawn traps, hike, fish and learn  .Indian wood carving and painting-  hut the  students  show they  . can  ��� maintain a high level of energy doing  Speikermann made the remarks the mundane tasks of daily living,  after a presentation by students and They cookrswash dishes and do  teachers of the program at Thursday chores together and still manage a  night's board meeting and he, like song at the end of the day. The NES  everybody else who saw the slides   sojig^written^and-performed-by^-the--  Quote of the week...  -andttorexpressionson thekixis'f aces  was impressed. '  After two and half years of being in  the planning stages, the presentation  was the first concrete realization of  the dream of establishing a program  that would teach the culture and:  heritage of the Sechelt Nation to both  natives and non-natives. .  And what it showed more than  anything else, more than that the,  program is working or that it is  working because of two and a half  year^of damn hard work by everyone  students tells of the long days of hard  work and the eternal quest for a good  night's sleep even though the "dorm  walls are cheap." The song says yes,  there are problems living ih a remote*  community���but we can handle them.'  When they leave the program in  January the students will know a lot  more about their cultural heritage  and they'll know a lot more about  their ability to live, work and piay  together.  A pretty good preparation for lifer  we'd say. , [  Eschew obfuscation  The pet gravy train  By Terri Brandmueller  People are pet crazy. Every iweek  there's another * story about some old  dowager who has left the bulk of her $50  million estate to 43 mongrel dogs, while  her grown children are forced to struggle  by on $40,000-a-year trust funds.  "~^here���aTer-petr-beauty-salons^���pet-  boutiques, pet -cemeteries, pet  psychiatrists, pet motels, hotels and rest  stops, pet restaurants- and pet rocks.  "Anything you've ever wanted to do has  probably already been done by a Siamese  cat.  -The Sunshine Coast loves pets.-  Everybody on the peninsula has two dogs,  six cats and a horse. Somebody in the  village of Sechelt even has pet chickens. I  heard about a Roberts Creek woman who  had.a pet squirrel in her toilet. -  In one paper we read about the habits  -of-dogs-and-in-anbther-paper���we-read���  about the habits of two-dog editors. The  only pet this paper is nurturing right now  is a peeve about all this pet hype.  Pet hype all started with pet food, I'm  sure. Everybody who had always loved  pets because they were warm and cuddly,  thought that ^loygr just ate whatever  wasnlt going, in tomorrow night's  casserole until somebody invented pet  food.  Theft people started worrying about  what kind of dog food Rover liked best and  one thing led to another and the next thing  you knbw Rover wound up in pet analysis  because he couldn't decide what to wear tp  obedience lessons.  And now the same people^who brought  you pet food proudly present the Purina  Animal Hall of Fame.  The annual presentation awards  ceremony of tho Purina Animal HaU of  Fame was held last month in Maple Leaf  Gardens and fpur now animals "were  Inducted In recognition of tholr, acts of  intelligence, courage and resourcefulness  inlaying human lives.',' ';���.,:.  . Somebody who works-for the PR  department at Ralston Purina Canada,  Inc. ln Mlsslssauga, Ontario thought this  yearly event would be of supremo Interest  to the pot lovers of the Sunshine Coast, so  ho hot only ticnt biographies bf this year's  winners, but also thumbnail (claw?)  sketches of all 38 animal members bf tho  liall of fame. ,  Webb Wilson, a spokesman for,the  company and an obvious splder-lovor, said  the cholco of 1momU^'ls^'rAwsM'dI("*  j flcult because there are se many deserving cases of animal heroism across the  country." But ho Mdpd that 'fthe few  honoured ln Uie Dull of Fame are  representative of tho junny other cases  whore pet animals' intcjllgenpo, resourcefulness and courage liavo saved human  lives." Well, who else would pay the bills  at the doggie boutique?    ,  e  This year's winners are impressive, but  my personal favorite is Timmy, a 1973  inductee, who was honored after saving  Anne Nemes from two armed attackers.  ^fi^Germ^SfiepHefdTT," of" B rantfordr"  Ontario, leapt at the men attempting to  rob his master and a shot was fired in the  struggle. The men fled - and in Nemes'  words "the dog took me home."  Timmy is truly representative of the  dogs in. the hall of_fame._C_ollectively_they__  have solved crimes, saved their masters  from cougars, bears, attacking  bulls,  speeding trucks and runaway tractors.  This year's dog winners Luke, a jfoung  Alaskan Malamute from North Vancouver, B.C. and Butch, a border collie  -(ypu-made4he-right-ehoicerJohn)~from���  Saskatchewan have respectively saved  their owners from drowning in the icy  waters of Burrard Inlet and from the rage  of a vicious 2,400-pound bull. >  . Although the dog seems to be the jack-  of-all trades ih the rescue business, cats  strictly do fires. This year a 12-year-old  Siamese named Herman from Quebec  saved Arthur Laberee from a fire that  destroyed his parents home ih Stanstead,  Herman repeatedly screamed, clawed and  bit Arthur until he woke up and rushed  from the burning house. ,     .,,  * All thehine cats in thchall of fame used  this tried and,true method of awakening  their owners In time to escape certain  death. You know it, it's the same ojje my  cat uses when he has to answer one of  nature's calls.    . '  This year Purina proudly announces  the induction of the first horse in the hall of  fame. Indian Red, 25, a Morgan, quarter  horse from Newmarket, Ontario found a  77-year-old woman who had collapsed in a  snowbank by the road and had been unable  to attract help. Indian ,Red Immediately  called the pollco.      ,  Framed portraits, along, with the  equivalent'of i\ yoar's supply of pet foods  and accompanying gifts wore presented to  tho ownors by Wilson at the Maple I^caf  "Gardens ceremony.  , What ovor happened to the good, old pat  on tho hcnO, aiid the scratch behind tho  cars? , ��� '  Small talk  The pumpkin of unity  By Ned Schwartz  a  SMALtrTALK   Dear Mr. Schwartz:  Despite I have nothing against you  personal how would you like your little  bitty face stepped on. Ydu\should stay to  pumpkins and not talk about things you  =donUJiav.e=any=Jdea^f��JGhis=is==jiQt=��  warning just.a threat.  J.T.  Selma Park  Dear Mr. Schwartz:  After reading your initial journalistic  offering, I am forced to conclude that you  havje a neurotic anxiety of normal sized -  persons doubtless resulting from undischarged libido as a consequence of your  diminutive stature. "I would suggest tjiat  you seek professional help as soon as"  possible.   '.  N. Perkins  Pender Harbour  The above being merely two samples of  a. flood bf enthusiastic response to last  -Qoebecr'-Tliun-  -paper-rrbig"drurirroU_  derous applause.  Next the camera zooms in on Guy  LeFleur who is wearing (Wearing!) the  black hat...laughter, scattered applause...he carefully takes off the black  id=��eaehes=Jnside=tQ=iiluGk=flut==t:  piece of paper on which is(written...another roll of drums...British  Columbia! Gasps, then some applause  punctuated by more laughter\ arid a  scattering of angry shouts.  And it goes on this way until all the  provinces are matched up with another  province.  The draw, if it came out like we said  here, would mean that the people in BC  would elect the government for Quebec  and visa versa. Rene Levesque could  proclaim French the official language of  BC, and Bill VanderZalm could slash  social services programs in Quebec.  This   would   make   it   easier   on  . / y  ^veekVexpose^f^e^ducatron-jaeketr-t^.. everybodyr  feel encouraged to move on to other  weighty issues. Such as the restructuring  of federal-provinciaf relations.  Hold on here, now he's gone too far.  That's maybe what you're, thinking.  What's a pumpkin farmer know about  important stuff like that?  Well, maybe so and maybe no. Still I  figure-with the big city dailies out of circulation we've got what they call an  analysis void which, if somebody doesn't  jump into the breach, is liable to trans-  Jorm���into-an���analysis-jgrisis���because^  "The question is���how can we as  elected officials go homeland sleep,  knowing what we know and not letting  the public know what we know...  It's time sorfiebody sdid something."  Charles Lee,  Regional - District ~ Area" C Director  nobody will know what anything means.  X7. So hopping right into it and;calling  her as she lies....        .���. 7"  ���- -TEE^stera'pfo^  . nihore'..power. The eastern provinces say  they've got enough power, they want cut in  on the resources. Quebec says they .might  pull out of the game but they want to see  everybody else's hand first. Ottawa says  . just because you liye beside the firehouse.  The politicians wouldn't have to always  feel restrained and worrying about bf-  fending the electorate since they wouldn't  -be doing their number on the people who  elected them. - _ -  (Another'good thing about this is it  would eliminate most applications of  political -favouritism. It might yield a  small increase in graft and similarly  lucrative corruption/but the net effect  ought to be to make public service more  attractive to many capable persons who  -right���now���donlt���find���it���sufficiently-  rewarding.)  -y-c-For-ffieir-partr&e-voters-woWdn'thaVe'.-  to feel likeseollective failures for being ,...���.  rduped,,into putting the current band of  rutwttS^trai^^  provincial unity to choke a horse since  everybody could blame the government on  somebody else and nobody would have to  go around feeling responsible for its flaws  and-excesses. Everybody could relax,  it don't necessarily follow ypu can smoke    enjoy" the- shbw�� and just cpmpete_ln���  Reflections  was a  ��� ��� ���  By Vern Giesbrecht  anything you want to.  Now that'sa fairly quick summary you  understand just so as we can move the  analysis along.  Well, It's hothard on the face of it fo see  theyjve all got it completely screwed up.  . ��� So much for the analysis. Next comes  the thought provoking solution.     -  First, abolish the Liberal party.  .���Now this is not so crackers as-it might���  sound at first sight. In fact-some astute  national political observers in Sechelt and  elsewhere point put tliat there are'signs1;'  the Liberjdsthemsdyes may have already  thought of it and are moving in this very  direction at the moment ypu read this if  hot sooner brin any caseonlyalittleiaten"  There. couid be some problems of  course. After so many years in power you  got to allow that there's'lots of Liberal  politicians going to have real difficulty  adjusting to a sudden re-entry into the  workforce. 1 v/  -This-couldberremediedphoweverrby~  making up nasty things to say about the  common enemy.  To make citizen enjoyment of all this  more complete, the Supreme Court would  rule that people shouldn't be subjected to  the doings pf lawmakers that they didn't  have any voice in electing. Ipso facto,  undemocraticUsrThis would hereafter be  referred to as the historic Balance of  -Powers decision.  The Peninsula^4*neb  'i i j I*  rM\yyy '��� n m. y >   '  >'|��iilllUlU;(l Wi'dii^sdnys lUSuehult ," '  ''   .      .    ��� ' POIl'Bl<\'*SuilNllllV,C'OHNt  1 ,    '    ' ' h*       '  I ,. ,-               The I'crilnMiln'l'lines     ,  / t lor Woslprus hibllenlloiis Ltd.  ��� ���  ��� j ���-��� ���������-; -lU Srelll'll; IUV " --'"��� -  p        p ,Hox.lll>-~',ScelU'II.H.C.     '  I    '      , ,     . ,      V0N3AO  I��IioihjHH5.MJI ������'  ...... .,. ..'.... i ������������������'��� ��� i"-- ���'��� ������������������������ ",'.������:,.'������ *' ��� ;..  �����'���',. ��� Ol'lki,! liiiiiiN! H:3() n.m.      ���  ��� ----^-r���*- -        io is j^rtnwWBTr*,M^**"  . <   <T"' Siil>si'rl|>iioirKiili!s: (in ikIviiiut)  , l.nt'iil; .1>7 purycnr. Heyond M. mlln, !SH  ���       ' ,    .:U..SX$H>, Oversews SH.  A  Editor, Tho Times:  Dour Madamn,  I would Hko to henr Ned Schwartz' tiny  opinion on n few borderline affairs in  v Roberts Creok; the potholea on Cedar  I Grove Road und, the Niagaras on Hen-  "dcrsnn and Ixickyor. Does Ned Jiont/swlm  olr'flflh In any of these or'has he more  minute ainbltlons? Whnt>doop Ned,do  whflil' confronted   with  a   giant  B.C.  speckled slug? Does he fence nnd slay or  , cower in, tlilckcts fearful of being run  ovor? ri  .,.  I am sorry Nod didn't make It to tho  Roglonal Board .because While those guys  , Jiint protend," Nod could plambor right In  ' thefe and pick real nltn, I hm sure he will  grow with tho responsibility of being 'a  pct<iy poUtlcttl polemVclat and I know ho  ..:wilLw��Mi,��.\WOKk Jor,l!jslw:unken.tliouglit._  More MlAi-jpowor to Ned anc| ploaso, hh<Uio  *" last"savior of piirtle prose, ntoro of bis  seedy philosophies. ,       '  .  , ,       Mnrcla.Poultice  ,, ^ ' Bench ^vonuo, Roberts ��rook.  in London In 1846. Since that time, the  relatively simple, innocuous limericks  have become sillier, bawdier and probably  funnier. Outrageous puns and ridiculous  rhymes characterize many of the recent  limericks.  Because limericks are often reprinted  with accreditation or altered through  repeated oral use, It's generally difficult to  say who the original' .author wasi  Here are some of my all-time favorites;  several were written by Belloc and Nash  around the middle of this century, and  collected by��Cerf.  There was a young girl from St. Paul  Who woro a newspaper dress to a ball.  ' But the dress caught on fire \ v  And burned her pntlro  Frontpage - sporting section - and all.   rsa,tjext.iitp,the..,lQ.ue,hp.8S,at.,.,tea.   It was just as I feared it would bo.  Her rumblings alklomlhal  Were simply abominable,  ,And everyone thought It'was mo.  A certain young lady named Hannnh  Wns caught In a flood In Montannah.  , As she flonted away,  Iior beau, so thoy say,  Accompanied her on the piannah.  There was a young lady of Lynn  "Who was so uncommonly thin  ,,.,^.Tliut..whon.sho:.ossaycd,.,pl,,v.,.v...,,p..,..-,,,,,. .,...,.,  To drink lemonade  Slio slipped Uirough the straw and foil In.  Concerning the bees nnd the flowers  Iq tho fields nnd gardens, and bowers,  You will note al n glance  That thfilr ways of romance  Haven't any resemblance to ours.  There oncjiswafl a maid iri.Sium |  ] Who said to ho'r boy friend, Kinm,  X "If yon kiss'mo, of course,    '  , You will have to uso forco,  But thnjjik goodness you'ro stronger than I  nm."  And, finally, a . limerick , tliat was  definitely Written by Ogden Nnshi  Thoro wan n young bqllo of old Natcho?,  Whoso gnrmonta were always In pntchez.  Whon comment nrDso  ...     .. ��n thojitnto pf hpr clothes   ,   ,  '.   P^jfc' ^^^^*��V^'r.?!!,woy^W)j;i: ^l^i .���.^^'r:'^'>kit^^-'' X77,  --the qudstiwi was "If it will sHvo money   scrntchez." ���   ,    ' '  garbage' boforp putting ijt.jut for cpljpe^......  tlon"? The resutbi were positive -* 7|) per  cent'of thoso phoned said yes; 0 per cont  snld maybe and 15 percent said no ��� tho  other one por cent Hung up on u��l '  I yield to no man (or Woman) in my  admiration for Shakespeare, Milton,  Keats, Eliot, Thomas and a hosj of othe'r  acknowledge master poets, but my  literary heroes include less-renowned  ��� writers; Hilaire Belloc, Ogden Nash and,  Bennett Cerf.  This trio has been in tbe forefront of  longstanding efforts to maintain and  refhWthe five-line ppctic form known as  the limerick.      , '  No one seems certain when and how the  limerick 'originated, but this whimsical^  form of Verse was popularized by Edward,  Lear, who published a "Book of Nopsense"  Forum news  Elphinstone -Student Research  Productions hold, an all candidates  meeting on November 13. Our main reason  for staging this meeting was to; holp in  becoming a ..vehicle for community  dialogue. By presenting the candidates tP  tho public wo hope wo helped popple make  voting decisions. From this meeting we  gained experience in dcjnllng with aipanol  discussion. This knowledge will bo very  ireful for future meetings and forums, Wri  are* also learning to uso video tape  equipment. Tlio yl^eo-tnpo of theJtneo|lng  '"will lie aired on Channel 10 ^nWfinosduy  nt 6 p.m. ; '  Somo students involved with tho forum  will audlo-tnpo interviews with seniors on  recycling and conservation during the  depression. Thoso Interviews will tako  place atthe Kin Hut, during adult Daycare,  Daycare, ,!���.���,  Social Studies classes are working on  posters for Uio December 3 Forum. The  topics range from technical Information to  tho lighter sldo of garbage disposal,  cartoons otc. There will also bo displays on  alternate energy nt the Forum.  | The Grud Committeo are organizing a  j hen murkbt and thrift sale [o co-lncido  with tho ifornm. Tho foo for a booth ft p.  The money will go to the gradiuitlon fund.  Tho Uhlted Church will,display re-cycled  Chrlstma's gifts.   .  ,���Anptlier idea*, for Clirlstnina Gifts or  House Warming! Cushion Covers, excellent quullty, a, very good choice of/  colour und stylo, and all with zipper for  easy pare. ir-Mlflk lWq, Socholt,  the new government using its influence to  slip these boys, into key positions in certain  enterprises which it might be a good idea  _to1iave misdirected to the point they could  justifiably be snapped up as crown corporations.  Any leftover Liberals could be charged  With various crimes. of a financial or  personal nature; This would be handy not  so much to get convictions as to show folks  'how the new regime understands/that the  first duty, of government is to entertain the  electorate.       ' /  Now that we've gone and disposed of  the Liberals, who long ago quit being  entertaining, you might fret that next we  are going to be straddled by Joe "Boring  Fr,om Within" Clark, No problem. That Is  all taken care of as you will see shortly if  you stop being so, impatient..  So the next order of business is  somehow we've got to get rid of all this  provincial provincialism which,.Is sundering things up and get ourselves ahold of  a genuine national perspective.  ,v' The answer to this dilemma Is simple;  It is so simple that a recent poll of-persons  loitering about outsldo the Sunnycrest  Mali liquor storo said It "shono with a  luminous inner, harmony.!' Their very  words. ,  (Eleven per cent felt it was a "dazzling  outer harmony." Another six per cent,  indicated as "Other", responded that Uiey  wero tone deaf rtiid-or thnt thoy wero'lato  to clcps but would rpali In their conclusion  bofotfo tho Christmas deadline.)  .^.,l.Jl',hls...solutlon-rTcaUod.Js'Sopa'raUon��.pf.  Powors"--glvos Canadians tho missing  Ingredient thut has boon badly handicapping our struggle to evplvjo a sbnsP of  national purpose and pride, Tliat is, it  gives us the opportunity to mcddlo in other  people's lives and to control gpvernments  not our own, Which is moro Interesting and  far less frustrating thnn trying to sort out  our own lives or control our own government,  It works like this. Wo write down tho  nnmotl of nil the provinces on'individual  llttlo pieces of papor and drop them In n  white hat;-" Then wo do the samo thing  ngain and put them in a black bat, (This Is  vory'important. If you don't follow me ao  far, back up nnd read It ngnln otherwise  we've got no chnnco of having ���our'unity in  ono piece,) , .. ��� .,, '�����  Next wo .hayewa televised draw, Wo do  ''���^.^'7WJMw(Wn'':wiih n 1Mb' $mtM  telecast so nslo Iwvo the Mondesi possible  ,' After.tho fjirst-Lucky Loto numbor Is  called, the enrnorn dp6s a quick flip tp  Uirne Greene who is holding the,white bat  , and of courso locking like he isvery moved  by tho whole Uilng. He drnwfl/n flcrrtp of  After this ruling nobody would have to  pay the leastnund to any provincial law he  didn't like. The need then for- agreement  'between gpverhors and gPvernees would  lead to much more reasonable lawmaking  and wpuld go a long ways in reducing the  workload of the police and unclogging the  ���courts.' ���''���:'       '���'���'���������'. -: .'.;.. '������'  Well, It's too bad but there's no room  left in this column to tell you Uke I  promised how the Joe Clark problem gets  handled. It should be noted, however, that  that solution does not rule out levitation  -and���in���no���way���transgresses���opinions-  widely held among a certain small but  generally disregarded quasi-religious  (sect. : '.. " - .���",. .  .  The so-called question of the monarchy  would be nicely settled by letting Pierre  Trudeau be the Queen.  Ned Schwartz, a pumpkin farmer>. is  iVi inches tall and lives In Roberts Creek.  Fish are doin  y~!T 'y :  The following is a letter to the Sports  Editor from John Hind Smith.  - Hiisdon Creek piscatorial inhabitants  are alive and well, thanjk you very much.  There had been speculation that there  was not going tp bo any fish Uicre this year  and thoy certainly are late compared to  last year. I spent a couple of hours [wandering up the creek bank lately, taklrag out  few oljstructlons, to make tho gallannittlp  Coho's task a bit easier, and watching the  fish. It never falls to amaze mo how theso  fish overcome all Uie difficulties put in  their path by naturo in order to reach their  ' birthplace. ,  Husdon Creek mlist seem like heaven to  them after tackling Wilsons Creok with the  fish ladder nnd some pretty formidable'  waterfalls. .  Wilsons Creek Is In flood right now after  tho heavy rain, but Husdon Creek is  tumbling nlong in Its usual well organized  sort'of way; It Is not subject tp all the  vagaries of Wilson Creek, which is completely unpredictable,  Tho fish I saw looked vory healthy und  did not seem to bo alarpied by my  presence (Gypsy stayed in the cnr), Thoy  cruised around right undor my feet, nnd  you could clenrly see their beautiful  colors, 77777. "7,.27.7,727,2.'..'."..' 27.772i77.  Wildlife Club members will lie pleased  to know tliat the logs wc placed acrbss tho  creok are looking great there lms been no  nppnront failure, in fact the gravel has  ��� now built up behind ..them and they are  bettor than when we placed thorn.      .n  The lazy old Chum or dog salmon���bnvo  arrived too, and there wore quite a fow In  the big f)ool, at tho bottom bf tho fish  ladder,; under thp flholtoi^f the triSos. The  water was quite dlsbolourcd ftud it made it  * hard to soo Uiem, but If' oho watchpd  liround, doing wluit Chliini salmon llko  f. This Is good ��� nowfl fot every one an^l 1  guess the old saying better late than  never ls applicable In this Instance.  John Hind Smith  ' Glbfions  V  \y ifii::  %%��� ;v *������ ���''������'  x  A)x,  , i:��� i ,i i a i a i.. i,  H '  *(!��#**    ft*��*W��S'������*��J<sl!l��k��  ������^^*^s(i^#pW��Wi^W'Wwll^^.p'*'^H(Bffl*     Mn��w*tJ9v      ����� "        �����rt4##^^sii *m��jfts  j-isb 131J .t-KAjr   *ii��� M/*>��#< iV��**w*JBB#'***��t*'��ins tti   ��b�� �� J jri^ffa ^jliWKii ^^**iSw��(jm��Wi"* **  iA��ln)��N*ii < *-i*t*n*��ajwfcw��#��fc>i��a***.^  f. -hrmmvfJtjTfm  *��    m* im,^*.*.* !���*-** ���* *]      ^        Jt  tm.  >��(*lWfl*��>��BW!lI!>  "*r*  i  \ i  ' V,  ��� ,/.  .}  ���I, i   *j   '   ,,:'     '"*  ��� '\ I ��� '.���%'���  .%.  '. r\i  ><:i] l_  '.-j:  *  > * *  MORE ABOUT . '..  Comedy of errors ���invalid Sechelt election sticks  Wednesday, November 15, 1978  The Peninsula Times  Page.A-3-  Xa  ���From Page A-l  Johnson told Bandi that running for  office and filing papers is an important  process that he should give his "undivided  attention" to in future.  "Since they weren't properly done, _  attend while^filing 'nomination papers.  "I just couldn't," said Bandi.  "Maybe that's because there wasn't a  notice of poll," said Johnson.  Wood told the Times Friday, that Van  Egmondwould stand, astheschool board ~  trustee   for  Sechelt   unless   somebody  challenges the election before November  you're stuck with them," he said, adding  that it is regular procedure to personally  MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Coast Garibaldi move  ���From Page A-l  unit's senior staff had recently .moved to  Powell River, and some had bought  houses,. unaware that they would be  requested to move.  V '  Laing said a fiye-year^waiting period  would allow the board to better assess the  situation with respect (to available  facilities.  "Within two or three years things could  change. There may be a hearing centre in  North Vancouver to serve Howe Sound  residents. It makes more sense to wait and  see," he told a Powell River News  reporter.  .,   Kolibas also said some-blame  18.  He said it was not specifically drawn  out in the Municipal Act as to the course of  action a citizen would take in contesting  the election, but he said a good place to  -start-would-be-hiring-a lawyer-and launching a civil suit. He said the village would  probably lose the suit and end up paying  court costs.  However, he said interest in the election for school trustee has been low and he  and his secretary spent the Friday af-  laid on the Ministry of Health for its  handling of the problem.  She said associate deuputy minister  K.I.G. Benson bad given false hope to  Squamish residents, telling them fij��t they  could receive treatment at* the* New  Westminster health unit.  However, the promise proved to be  untrue.  The main problem for the Howe Sound  MORE ABOUT . . .  ���Pender parents  ���From Page A-l  the word of law quite a bit."  Other Jtrustees emphasized that the  ^recommendation Era violation of policy.  "I don't buy that (Speikermann's  recommendation)," said Clayton, adding  that the board is already accountable to  the community. "That's why we were  residents is the long drive and travel time  to Powell River. For some the journey^is  seven hours one way, requiring two ferry  rides. ]  Gibsons council representative  Lorraine Goddard said she understood  that when the health unit was formed in  the mid-1950's Squamish requested it be  located, there.  ��� However, there was no sewer system in  the town then, and it was "hinted" that  when the. system was installed the  government would take a second look at  the proposal.  She said not only do these people have  could-be���to-teavel4o-PoweU-Rivegr-but.they dpn'^  ternoon before the Monday nomination  deadline on the phone trying to find  someone to. run in the election.  "Nobody was interested," said Marcia  Phelan, Wood's secretary'.  Wood said the position was not advertised along with the aldermanic seats  -because-he-wasnot-aware-oBhevacancy-  until he read about it in the paper after it  was too late to place an ad. The school  board office in Gibsons did not advise him  of the vacancy, he said.  Wood said the vacancy for the seat  assumed   by   retiring-trustee   Mam-fop   I  J. CHOQUER& SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  Bus: 885-9244  Res: 885-2686  Use 'Times' Adbriefs to Sell, Rent. Buy, Swap etc.  Clayton two years ago was not advertised  either. \  receive,the same levels of pubHcTiealtti  service in their schools.  She supported the move to accommodate the needs of the Howe Sound  residents "not only from a selfish point of  view. I'm pleased to see the facility locate  here, but it's far more equitable that  each end travel half way."  She also mentioned the southward shift  of the Health Unit's population centre.  Powell River's population grew only  once per cent in 1977 compared with seven  per cent on the peninsula and almost five  per cent in Howe Sound. _  - She said part of the reason she sup-  " ported the request for a quick move was  because she felt if staff members could  veto board decisions and requests for the  move "there's no purpose in ns~going. t&:  board meetings and making decisions."  * "GO-BAK GO-BAK  GO-BAEC-BAK-BAK  FOR  FAMOUS GROUSE  crrorm wuicifv  'i_    -YOU'LL LIKE IT  - IT'S MORE-ISH  HITACHI  MR 75S  "I  *3 Powec Settings  *1.2 cu. ft. oven capacity  "Automatic heat sensor, plus  many more" features  -    We Test  I       and  |���Service  ��� Micro-Wave  ��� Ovens.  MATING CALL OF  THE WHISKY BIRD  J&C  ,_n       1  ELECTRONICS  Radio Shack  authorized Sales Centre  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.  elected ���_to make ttie choice."  _  "I think we'd be stirring up a little  hasty pudding if we went against policy,"  said Rotluff.  Speikermann told the board that he had  been, checking into the history of the  peopled who wanted community in?  volvement in the hiring /pf a school  superintendent and was "quite frankly  amazed that people change their opinions  once they get on the board."  .   /  Rotluff told the board that she is the  person that he is referring to, but still  maintains that the board "should follow  through on policy we've got."  - Rotluff, Clayton, Dombroski and  Douglas voted against the motion, while  Speikermann, - Prescesky and Frizzell  supported it.  Former Pender Harbour Principal  Frank Holmes resigned in July and was  reassigned a teaching position at Sechelt  Elementary. His' resignation followed a  series of ^complaints by^ome parents  -regarding~administration-at-the-school���  although trustees said there was no connection tp the complaints and Holmes';  decision to quit.  District Director of Instruction John  Nicholson is currently acting principal,  pending appointment of a new administrator.-:X7x ..;_a_  Speikermann, who is retiring from the  board as a trustee this year, told the board  that it has not heard the last of liim.    ,  He is president of the Bowen Island  Community Association, he said, and  when the time comes for a principal to be  appointed to Bowen's new school he will be  in there fighting for community An-  volyement again.  > 'You will never put a principal in that  school without1 our direct say so," said  Speikermann.  MOKEIABOUT . . . "',  ���Sechelt triplets  ���From Page A-l  and not as independent as normal siblings,  feeding was out.  "Tho first three years was definitely  the hardest," she remembers.  The boys attend kindergarten together,  but later it is felt that they should be In  separate classes or schools to allow each  to develop his own identity, friends, Interests and to rejJuce tho competition  between them.        .        ,  Contrary to popular belief, the boy's  aren't always great company for each  other.  "They gcr bored with themselves  because thoy can't always provido enough  stimulation for each other."  Which means fighting Is Uie order of tho  day. "My tolerance for noise Is very high."  But Jcnnico tries to interfere as llttlo ns  possible. "1/figure It's their problem."  \Order Vour CHRISTMAS  items HOW���From  Our Special Designs.  The sixth'in a series of MB reports:  BC. But  we  t%A:X���  tame �����   m'        ^"*^1038,1  "Specially Designed for You"  Id,  A company is people.  There's more to MB than logging  -:-epeFationsrpulpand paper mills,  building materials plants ,and  .packaging operations. That's the  "hardware". But the heart of our  company is bur people. Out of  their combined talents and efforts  come many benefits. The eco-'  nomic ones are obvious. Healthy  communities. Purchasing power.  Ta#es. But there are other  benefits as well. \  We're not all business.  .       , , ' m '  We donViust \^ork in the com-  munities where MB operates.  We live in them, too, And that  means our company and our*  people care about a lot of things  that can't be measured in money.'  Tilings like education. The arts.  Sports. Health services: Charitable organizations. It's a long.list.  To nam^e only a few:  MB com ip its funds each year for  -^-a continuing program of bmvv  saries and scholarships. And we  donate" to a wide variety of com-  .munity organizations and events.  The Vahcqiiver Symphony. The  Playhouse and the Arts Club  Theatres. The Vancouver Ballet  Society. Loggers'sports in Campbell River, Port Alberni and  Ladysmitfe The Powell River  Tennis; Club. Franklin Riv��r  Hockey Team, Malaspina Skating  Club. Junior Achievement of  B.C. North Shore Light Opera.  B.C. Wildlife Foundation. Multiple Sclerosis Society. And  many others.  M��Place: '���'��� ; ������' :  a gift of understanding.  Our forest information centre at  VanDusen Garden in Vancouver  attracts thousands of visitors  every year. We operate* it as a gift  to the city arid to the people of  . this province; We. hope it will  cohtribute to a better understanding of the forests���not only  as economic assets, but also as  sources of delight and mystery.  TheSSxlifeywe'recp^  of it and proud of it!  Are we bragging? Maybe a little.  We just want you to understand  the extent of our commitment to  this province. Our company was  born in British Columbia and  we're proud bf our continuing  involvement in it. It goes way  beyond our ability to harvest  "��� trees and eiSfn dollars.  ^  p., ��su  /...ipt.m.,,X^.xpkxy i' :���;;������ tfyk-Xhl'^XX.;  .   -���������-"���������    pp 'p.-- -.;.,,   w. ��,   r,.  u<rv ', <u  ., ^M^M^,?^'Bte^rul  <��  f.- i  AC  A  ���p-T-r  '���\; '  %  <���':���;���  .#*"#-��*''  ..,/,...* ..,,.. ��� pp"! 11  * ,  '   )  ), ' i ��� .>........-.-..��.*���. ..��������������������� >-���-������;  1 '  ���      *1  I    \  r- Wwrn*    -jip*1taw.     (fi ��Afm  ral^d rt       ��� 4  $ifeM^f!^^i*.#t!f^yia^^  i  !"\  j    i, (  A  -'[�����:{'. : ���������  ' i    i*  i       k  ./  <     .��  ,/''  <t   rlj  i   ',.        '   I  ������'���-,v-  II '. I  1x2  r-h  i'X   (      '  I  ,.y.  -t���-'\y i  : +  "i rr-i-M * r : ■/;
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Pender Harbour Nibbles
Senior Citizens meeting
By Queen Rat, 883-2308
Babysitting at Elphi starts Sat.
Half moon Bay happenings
Auxiliary elections
'.._    By Mary Tinkley, 885-9479
When the  Halfmoon  Bay  Hospital
 Auxiliary held its/ regular meeting o&
November,6, President Geri Smith
welcomed 23 members including a new
member, Torun Enochsen. Officers
elected for 1979 were ,Geri Smith,
president; Mary Murray, vice-president;
—MayHolgate, secretary; Mary Dolmage,
treasurer and Ruth Forrester, publicity.
Geri Smith and Mary Murray will be
serving their second term.  Convenors
~ TheSehior CitiMnT^Mder~Har15our~
Branch 80 will Tbold a meeting in the
community hall on November 20 at
Madeira Park. After the regular meeting
there will be an installation of new officers, followed by a full length coloured
MfTlTffd~Mrs7^Jack~Charl)wrneau Sr.
have been getting out more these days and
Jack is really looking so much better,
thanks to Hazel's tender loving care.
The Board of School Trustees anticipate  that  our  Pender Harbour
Starting Saturday, November 18 and
continuing every Saturday until December
9, the Elphinstone Grad Committee will be
holding babysitting sessions for people
wanting to go Christmas shopping or just
wanting a day off. «
a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Chatelech Junior
Secondary gym.
The fee will be $5 for one child or $10 per
family. Children must bring their own
Interested parties please contact
Darlene at 885-2700, Charlene at 885-2675 or •
Maureen at 886-7052.
Port' Mellon Industries Credit
Union ad of Nov. 8 should have
read: Interest increases with the
bank rate.
terested in wild life. And if you think there
is nothing in nature more inspiring than
the cry of the wild geese as they speed
southward in the fall or return joyoysly
northward in the spring, you will be
fascinated by "Flyway North" which
follows the flight of migratory snow geese
on their way north to Baffin Island.
A film directed by Barbara Greene,
daughter of the late Canon Alan Greene, is
"Bella Bella" which describes the efforts.
Family". A silver collection will be taken
to-help defray costs. No minors will be
admitted. Remember the seats are hard so
you are advised to bring your own
Mark this date on your calendar now —
"December 2" the "day of the Pender
Harbour Health Clinic Auxiliary Christmas Bazaar and Arts and Crafts Display.
Any persons wishing to display orsell their
Arts and Crafts on this day please: contact
Doreen Lee 883-2283 or Violet Evans 883-
2625. . '
The Pender Harbour Community Club,
during the latter part of November.
Congratulations to Mr. Al Lloyd, Rural
Area A's new representative on the"school
\Mts.j Brinton, sponsor of the
Photography Club, Pender, Harbour
Secondary School would welcome advice
with regard to picture taking, processing,
enlarging etc. If you can help please phone
Mrs. Brinton at the school 883-2727.
Don't forget the. Fishermen's
Homecoming Dance and Smorgasbord on
November 25, at the Madeira Park
Community Hall.
So many folks ask why there is an
arrow on the roof of the Community Hall. I
Doors: 7:00 pm • 1st Game: 8:00 pm
Advance Tickets: $5.00 [Buys 3 Cards] .Additional Cards: $1.00
appointed' were. Evelyn, Shellshear and
~Ma^ Murray in charge of the Thrift Shop;
Marie Ives, Gift Shop; Mary Macdonald,
Extended Care; Sylvia Richardson, Regal
and Jean Mercer, Social. The new
executive will take over in January.
Mary Macdonald reported that the
auxiliary would be hosting a party at the
Extended Care Unit on Friday, November
17 to celebrate three birthdays. According
to the report of Joan Mackereth, Sales of
raffle tickets were going well. Prize
winners will be drawn at the Auxiliary's
mee|ing on December 4 so there is still
time to get tickets and win a chance on the
fine prizes which include a" grocery
hamper, Christmas CHeer, and oil painting
by Mae-Parsons and an afghan made by
JVIary Murray. Dorothy Ackerman asked
that anybody requiring Regal items shoulcf
advise her right away as the last Christmas order would be going in shortly.
—The-auxiliary-s next-meeting
ancient culture. "In Praise of Hands"
takes a broad look at craftsmanship in
widely scattered parts of the world. It
pictures craftsmen working at a wide
variety of skills and demonstrates how the
crafts depict .the-cultute_.of_ the various
• countries.
Such a program hardly needs a bonus,
but nevertheless, there is one, with two
short.-animated cartoons, one about'
hunger and one  about  finance.   "My
financial career"  a film  by  Stephen
-Leacock, won an Oscar nomination and
-awards from San Francisco and New
,   :The  Welcome--Beach-Gonnmimty-
Association announces that the Christmas
~7dinri6? thisyear"- will^beTpreardr^irer'fwo1
nights, December 15 and 16, with the
choice of night given to members of long
BJngoJRenQjfrip_has.iiQU)een-won_yetJK wasJtold it was for the convenience of   -\
you can get a full card in 54 calls next week
it could be* yours
migratory birds going south. Anyone have
another reason? ~"
The Creek runoff
By Annie Dempster,
December 4 will take the form of the usual-
Christmas   smorgasbord   and   Mary
Dolmage had kindly offered her home for
the occasion.
On November 18 at the Welcome Beach
Hall at 8 p.m. there will be a Little Reno.
Night. This will offer you a real fun
evening with 25 cent chances on bingo,
poker, shuffleboard and other skills. There
.are many-generous prizes^Admissionis-50-
cents and everybody is welcome.
, The first cribbage game of the season
will be at the hall on Sunday, November 19
at 1:30 p.m. Until Ed Edmunds is well
enough to take over, Bill Fraser will act as
Convenor pro-tem.
""^ The next film night on November 23 at
the Welcome Beach Hall, Thea Leuchte
will present a program from the National
Film Board which will be of particular,,
interest to those interested in wild life and
Wildlife"   shows
North America
This is a last reminder-of the Craft Fair
to be held at the community hall on
Saturday and Sunday of this week. The
7tkne.diangeforthefair-on Saturday-is due^
"to the Eastern Star Bazaar being held the
same-dajraHhe sameplace.The time for
the Craft Fair on Saturday, November 18,
will be from 6- p.m. to 9 p.m. and on
standing. It Is suggested that December 15    Saturday, November 19, from 10 a.m. to 6
could he_a night for those" particularly ~"p.m- The white elephant is still in heed of
interested in dancing. The deadline for    items for their table. If you have items you
' obtaining your tickets is D_e_c.ember_5.and_ would like to donate, please drop them off
they   will   be   available   from   Grace    at Seaview Market.
"""Keepers  of
conservation officers of
working to prevent further depletion Of our
..wild life resources with programs of
tagging, banding and health checks. It
should "be an engrossing film for all in-
Elphie news
, On Friday, November 10 our school
held a dance featuring a local band called
"Horizon". Also on Friday,- half the
semester was over. This means a quarter
_ of the school year Is over, Report cards are ,
going to be sent out on Thursday the 16th
and Barents Night will be held at 7:30 p.m,
ori-November 21.
Christian Science
"Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done
: in earth as it is in heaven." (Matt 0:10).
This is not vague, puzzling or, uncertain. ...'■■■:■ »	
"We can rejoice that every germ of
goodness will at lust struggle into freedom
and greatness, and ovory sin will so punish
Itself that it will bow down to tho commandments of Christ, - Truth and Love."
(Noand Yes, Pg. 8, by Mary Baker Eddy).
Rutherford, Nancy Lawson and Olive
High Score winners of the whist drive
on November 4 were George Murray and
Olive Comyn with consolation prizes going
to Bob and Jean Scott. Next whist 5drive
will be on Saturday, December 2.
Our anonymous reader north of
Halfmoon Bay passes many interesting
wild life incidents on to us but is always too
modest to allow his name to be used. He
has now come up with a theory that our
local deer are so smart that he considers
they must be able to read. They have
certainly caught cjuite quickly on to the
idea that they are safe as long as they keep
below the power lines. After a recent
^fuit!&s~1iuiitihg expedition "Anon" was
returning home. As soon as he was below
which gave him a saucy look jas though to
say "You can't shoot me here, Ha ha! "We
have reason to believe that "Anon" was
celebrating ^birthday the previous night,
so perhaps hie Was only imagining that the
buck winked at him I
In addition to crafts, there will also be
home baking for sale plus chili and salads
for on the spot eating.      ,«
The   Roberts   Creek   Community
Association will hold its monthly meeting
Community Hall at 8 p.m.'
Tickets are now on sale at Seaview
Market for the Roberts Creek Boogie that
is happening on Saturday, December 2 at
the commuhity hall. Dance to the graffiti
rock sound of T and T. There will be absolutely no tickets for sale at the door so it
is advised that you purchase your tickets
early if you plan on attending.
the- Legionp-Miss Ina Harold-and-Mf.-
After the services, the ladies auxiliary
provided- a-huge-luncheon- for -tiioseHhat
stayed to socialize.   - _
... Winner of one of the-raffle" draws was
Cliff Dempster who presented it to Marie
Ledlerc, at present visiting from St.
Boniface, Manitoba.
There is to be an auxiliary meeting of
-parents-of-Roherts_JCreek_Elementary I
students on November 22. This will be an
important meeting as there is to be an
election of officers for the executive. It
would be, appreciated if all interested
parents would attend.
NEW      Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
^ HOURS    Sat & Sun, 10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
The Roberts Creek Legion Branch 219
Service at the Legion hall on'Saturday,
November 11. There was a huge turn out of
people that came to pay their respects to
those that gave their lives so that we might
enjoy our freedom.
Wreeiths were laid by the sea cadets,
No running.
No walking.
No exercise.
No effort.
Penalty —
a shorter IffeT
Fitness is fun.
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Gibsons Harbour
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Approximately 10 pof cont of general
hospital and 15 por cont of mental hospital
direct costs aro attributed to alcoholism.
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*:   r ' "'^ ���/  ���i  '\L  i     ���  ���X.  \~  Sechelt notes  Nine green bottles,  by Peggy Corinor, 885-9347  Bottles hanging on the wall "or Where  ever, it is nice to see them gone, the first  Sechelt Boy Scouts, Cubs and Adventurers  are having a bottle drive this Saturday,  November 18, 9 a.m. to 12 noon.  This will be in Sechelt and vicinity. If  you won't be homeJtait wish to donate your  empties, just leave thefri-<mt with a note on  tliem. oj^drop'them off arQuest Electric,  across/the street from the shoe repair,  shop;;'they have kindly offered to be a  depot for the boys.;'  BAZAAR OF THE WEEK /  Also\n November 18, starting at 2 p.m.  at��heRoberts CreekCpnmiunity Hall the  Order of EastenTStar will hold their big  bazaar. Always a table-laden affair, this  year chairwoman Muriel Eggans  promises it to be~ bigger than ever. Get  there early, open'until 4 p.m., but the  goodies go fast.  Many interesting raffles but their big  inejs-forth^gorgeous-clam-shell-quiltand-  only as strong as its members make if.  Show your interest and join the group.  TIMES IN LONDON  Reverend Godkin and his wife Enid  enjoyed their recent trip to England.. While  JniondorLthey^jsitedBJlJloiise,  Wednesday ,~Itovember.~15,"lOT8  .feeling always persisted that it would fall  down at any minute.  SUNSHINE COAST ARTS COUNCIL.  "Wide" open house where everyone is  invited to view the progress being made on  the New Art Centre at. Trail Avenue and  Medusa Street will be held November 18,,  lp.m. to 3 p.m. A weinie roast and entertainment will be provided.  The generalHmeefin^'of;the-SunsHuie~  Coast Arts Council will be held at Sechelt  Elementary School, Mr. Lizee's room,  Tuesday, November 21 at 7:30 p.m.  The Peninsula Times  Page A-5  POTTERY SALE  by Rat Forst  SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 25  9:30 a.m.  at the Craft Studio,  Gibsons  ' m.  =Iaking=  a lookior B.C. newspapers, they were  surprised to see a familiar face stare up at  them from a paper open,on the counter.  There was ^the Peninsula Times with  Sechelt Notes and my face smiling. It was  I and the paper, of course, the Peninsula  Times.  PROVING THE COMMERCIALS  Horrified to find I had driven over my -  friend's garbage can after dropping heroff,  I was gratified to find it pushed right back  into shape. Couldn't believe it, it really  does snap right back.  WHITAKER HOUSE  Due respect to* heritage houses and all,  but having spent some time in Whitaker  Christmas wall hanger. Tickets are on sale  in the Mall Thursday.  house, I can't for the life of me see why  anyone would want to save it. They should  haye started years agotopreserve it. The  IT'S TIME FOR bed as show-stealer   Kevin and mom Glenys were color-co-  Kevin Hudson toddles down the aisle   ordinated in blue sleepwear from    atjhe What's New Fashion Sho_w held���Campbells-Variety���= ~  November 6 at the Trail Bay Mall.  What's New a success  GARBAGE COLLECTION ���  REFERENDUM  Remember this Saturday, November 18  is also the day you get a chanee-mvote  whether you wish garbage collection once  a week or every other -week. It is your  choice only if you vote. So as they say, vote  as you please,- but vote.   MARIE'S NIGHT?  November 4, Mrs. Marie Montgomery  was presented with one of Peter Trappitt's  beautiful scrolls depicting the honor of  Gitizen^of the"-Year-being bestowed upon 39^1 Christmas cards,  Auxiliary accepts  donations in lieu  of  y  Attend  the Church  ��� >i  of  your choice  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.���Gibsons  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Suriday  at- 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  i >  All in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay "~  Phone 885-3157,  886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  ROMAN CATHOtIC CHURCH  Rev. T.-Nicftokont-Pastor ;���  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  8:30. a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, On the  Sechelt Indian Reserve  ;10jQ0-ajn._at The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt.  12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons  The Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary will  again be accepting donations in lieu of  her!  The "What's New!" fashion show  presented by the Bethel No. 28 International Order of Job's Daughters held  ~ November 6was received with enthusiasm  by more than 180 people present.  As entertainment it pleased, in-  formationwise, as  to  items  found  in  -Campbell's Variety and.UncleMick's. Cooperation from each and everyone connected with the show was tremendous and  : jt-was a fun thing to do.  Honoured Queen Kim Bryson; whose  show this was, can chalk this up as good  publicity for the girls, even though. _the__  The commentator, Peggy Connor,  enjoyed working with all concerned. Her  efforts  to make the  commentary  in-  order shuns public exposure of their good  Meeds.   The   show .was   successful  money wise, and that money will be put to  good use. r  Opening the show,. Kim; Bryson introduced Eileen Brown,"'Past "Grand  Guardian from Bethel No. 9, North Vancouver, who told the audience how well  thought of are the Job's Daughters from  this area. The fight against cancer is  supported by the Jobie's arid through the  years their name has become synonymous  ^ith^eanrer^volvemeidrhas~been: that:  teresting must have been successful, as  she received many sincere' thanks and  compliments.  Neil Campbell commented that  women's lib was at its best as he had  watched how hard the Jobies worked to set  up the chairs in the Mall and prepared to  serve the coffee and doughnuts. The many  chairs came from the Senior Citizens hall  and Chatelech Junior. Secondary, the ramp  fromthe Sea-Cavalcade,-the red carpet  over the ramp from Devries Floor  Covering, the beautiful white bureau from  Benner's, J&C Electronics supplied the  sound. The faciUties were courtesy of  Claytons: Campbell's Variety, supplied the.  fashions and accessories and the high style  boots and shoes were from Uncle Mick's.  Thie models were Job's Daughters with  the exception of the boys and Mary Connor. Besides the girls that modelled, just  as many worked behind,the scenes.  ���  It is working together that makes  igreat,_she_saidi  Music to model to and lovely to just sit  and listen to was supplied by Morley  MacKay from Gibsons. Beautiful music.  Barbara Ferris, the fashion" coordinator, and rtew assistant manager of  Campbells variety/chose a good selection  of it��ms to be shown and an assortment of,  sizes in both sexes.  showslikethis a success and this group did  -just-that;��� :'���'"���'���'. ���':.''���.''���' :������'���'���'���' ''.J^**-���  - ~ The occasion was tfie"3Tst year ofTEe���  Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce and the presentation was made by  their president Hank Hall. Chairman this  year was Dick Proctor, Master of  Ceremonies George Paige, and doing an  -exeellent-j ob as hostess was Marie Hoffar���  The- Three Boy Band from: Vancouver -  played grand music for dancing, a good  meal by the Parthenon, a fine evening for  the chamber.  SECHELT RATEPAYERS FORMED  Thursday, November 9 at the Senior  Citizens Hall in Sechelt a -formative  meeting was attended by about 35 interested residents.   Chairman- was Oliver���Bowman and-  secretary Nan^ MacFarlane. After  welcoming the people Mr. Bowman explained the proposed object. of the  association, then read the proposed  constitution. The group agreed with  constitution and decided on a membership  fee of $4 per person and $1 more for the*  spouse.  Tic Payne, chairman of the nominating  committee, presented nine names for  directors, Ted Osborne, Ian Hunter, Rene  MacCaul, Jack Apsouris, Wilf Nestman;  -Edith-  Donations mayjje made to theGibsons  Hospital Auxiliary Christmas Card Fund-  through the Royal Bank*' of Canada, the  Bank of Commerce and the Bank of  Montreal in Gibsons.^  For further information phone Amy  Blain  at 886^7010.' Donations  for  the.  J3iristmas_list_closesJDecembetl5 "   -McC;  buck DdwrnariT "Hank"  JMJ!i��lLIag^^goQdjsea^  W&�� 7Wt^% yx^mmxrii % <���;*:&  k^yjr<-'jmm^Ayy'Y'V^m^h-'',y - '?������ ���  Ti?%X7,"  ���TAy*.-,      r,m...  &X7X7  v'-ki'fiX'z*'  'XAM A, xs.?y  ,"&p  'l,r<C"/Ai.  J"*].J.  .ye",     ''.''V>V~"('S'  y,*yy,>-*���>;.,y.-,>y^  ���y ��� -'  Nov. 16  Nov. 21 ���  Nov. 22  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  REGIONAL BOARD  Planning and Regional'  Board Meeting, 7:30 pm��� Sunshine  Coast Regional Board Rm.  Village of Sechelt and Indian Band, re. Boat-  Launch Facility. S.C Region a LBoard Room,  7:30 pm, Sechelt.  Finance  Meeting,   Board   Room,  Whelt r^l  7:30 pm ~~~^  Nell and Marilyn Campbell are to.be  commended as well as son Kim^They went  all out to support the Jobies; Nell was in  his element at intermission as he drew the  dodr "prizes | for 10 liicky winners. The  , prizes were donated by Campbell's arid 1��  per cent of goods spld after the show went  to Bethel No. 28; ���Peggy Connor.  populace-Srourid Sechelt.  The directors will meet November 15 at  the home 4of Jack (Blackie) Apsouris at  7:30 p.m.;;Micers,?vill be chosen at that  ,,,,,,,,5 0r i ���">'., " '  time.   '   ���. i:         .'m   t,   V-  Ollver Bowpian was thankj||"for the  formation of such a group Tor all of  Sechelt.' -. ���'��� '' ' .  Ratepayers, like any other group, are  Weather report  Lo. ��� HI.  November 4 ..  November 5..,  Novembers.,,  November 7..,  .3.5  .3.5  .5,0  ,6.5  10,0  7.0  9.0  11.5  Prec  ��� cmsx,^  trace  0.25  0.26  1.82  10.0111 nil  9.5     nil  7.5     nil.  DEATH BENEFITS  -���Many��� people���are���not-  aware    of    the    death  benefits      payable      by  various   Crown   agencies.  * The Canada Pension Plan  wil I pay up to $ 1,045.00 on  the death of a contributor.  This is in addition to the  widow's'pension.  * A veteran's family may  be eligible for a grant from  D.V.A. or the Last Post  Fifnd.  .������.,; ;,.,:.:.���,...���__  ,'���*��� At time of need, Devlin  "WbiTero(I^H omie^wi I tnass jst  ���the family in determining  eligibility for various  government or privqte  depth benefits..   \, ,  . untie <vi ftfone:  D.A.DEVLIN  owner-manager  ' '  ' mm  ... .   *M'  m  mmm  w  ^  November8., ....6.0  November9,.,. .,,,0.5  November 10 ,., .\.... /,, .-1.5  :  'Week's rainfall ��� 2.33 cpis.. November  to date ��� 6.17 cms. 1978 to date -r 102.55  cms,"  -November 4-10, 1977 >��� 5.04 cms.  November M0, 1977 ��� 6.17 cms. Jan.-  November 10,1977 ~- 88.47 cms.  Our Laura Sccord order of Goodies ls  duo In this week, all very fresh and so very  good! - Miss Bee's, Sochelt.  1 IWm^iV 'rHinrar-V^:r-v*;-.��ti..----v'.v .��� ���1-\-- -'' .. '��� ��� -   ��������vv,,i> t',;t-\M*>.'^'  FOR DISCO OR DINING, this lovely outfit ls completed with skinny-strap  dress is moddled by Job's Daughters, sapdals, from Uncle Mick's and a  Director of Music Lyn Brandys, The   flower 'accessory "'from Campbell's.  y<!#. "V  'vl^*tt-","'^A  First Sechelt Cubs  :     & Scouts  ..'���" ...   ' ������ ��P'l-V '.,'J.J-t - �����-  "'<:��� <* l y-  ; SATURDAY, NOVEiyiBER 18, 9 am-12  _, ;[''v,\:*'' X]".(">y>y< vA:-:,,.^:., .Ayk-r.'Sk.'  Sign bolow and loavo bottle* outlf you won't b�� hoitit.  ) .      ,.        it  T  DO IT YOURSEUF1  CLEAN YOUR  CARPETS...  THE PROFESSIONAL WAY.  -Rent the fnnta��tlc now Up &-"  Out; Hydro-Mint Mnohimi fpr,  fluporior carpot doni). i.A,  InK. Loowmn nnd  romovoa dirt, provl-  otlH Hluimpoo roHlduo,!  and up to 00% of tho  nioiHtiiro in jiiHt oiui  Atop, Hnvo moiuw,,.  K<il. rcanllH Jimt likon  profosHlonnll  i    .  AVAILABLf POR RENTAL  4 HOUR���8 HOUR���,  A *pti OVERNIGHT BASIS  SECHELT CARPET  CORNER  I     ' . |oppoilt�� th* ,RCMr|  885-2283 ��� aik for John  "  i            ���''  i.  , ���*'    i ��� ���  v','   WP^- ^^^  /TS- %   j^-p-   (������������    :  ��� w*r* JL:      " _JL  ^r^J  k^S&'p ���  ,  COME TO THE  Ifff  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  Tallin 03y^ S^sOVGITIBIGr JlOyi U",tf pBTe  Sunday, November 19, 10 am-6 pm  CRAFTS, FOOD, WHITE ELEPHANTS, BAKE SALE  ipontorod by Ways & Moant Commlttoo  of  Roborti  Crook  Community Ais'n.  *Si  :.)  "������..,  y^" ���<���*���"'���>���)������*..��������  t^*w��j.%i**r��-fn*'  /,  H llMlw'j    1c4w#-i<**Br��|l^#9*  I      ��   f  .,.: ���:p��\u  ���   ' ��� -  '     .J  'tl(fyv4~-��mm���~-r.-m,���mm.r,',.  ���Mill* \((*llJ*teB��i��*|n*fl'WIWft tf  i    t  ��� |    I   *      -  I*  I        I  1    .  "A I  \  ��f   ��u*a't^ttfc��j������r��*'��n>'  '\ I ,   V"  '�� ; ��� v  i  N  ���%-���'���:������     '  '���  I- '  ^   v  The Grub Baa  Save with soups  By Ann   Welare~aUAookingipr_waysJo_beat_the  high cost of lour grocery bills. Now that  cool, blustery weather is with us again, it's  time to^et but the soup pot or Dutch oven  and save. ~-  POOR BOY SOUP  J6_cup_shortening .  1^-2 quarts water  1 bay leaf  PageA^  ThePeninsulr Times  Wednesday, November 15,1978  3 stalks celery with leaves  3 tablesp. garlic salad dressing  Vt teasp. thyme  '.siX&K  SUNSHINE COAST TV  ���      SALES & SERVICE .    *��  IN THE  ��  OF SECHELT  885-9816  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  "'" C^S> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  ^lbsrchicketrbacfo and wings  1 carrot, sliced  1 stalk celery with some leaves  1 onion, sliced  1 bay leaf (optional)  2 whole black peppers,  or a healthy  sprinkle of ground pepper  1 teasp. salt  lk lb. sausage meat  1 can vegetable soup  1 can (1 lb.) red kidney beans, drained  2 cupsshredded cabbage  1 cup fine noodles, or % cup uncooked rice  Put chicken in a heavy Dutch oven or  soup pot. Add eight cups of water and the  next six ingredients. Bring to a boil. Cover  and then simmer for two hours, or until  ,k ��� /  WOODCARVER ERNIE BURNETT  is just one of many craftsmen to  exhibit works at the upcoming Craft  Fair in Roberts Creek. Fair starts  this Saturday, November 18 from 6 to  9 p.m. and will continue Sunday,  November 19 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.  ^MORKABOUT~ .  -m-mm*L  Let peace be with us  meat begins to pull away from the bones..  Take chicken from broth with a slotted  spoon..Remove all the bones. Strain the  Jbroth and return to soup pot with the meat.  Brown the sausage well in a skillet and  pour off the fat. Add the sausage, soup and  beans to kettle and bring to a boil. Add the  shredded cabbage and noodles, bring to  boil again. Slowly_simmer untiLcabbage_  and noodles are tender. Do not boil, just  simmer slowly.  POT-AU-FEU        ' ~   Everything goes into the pot for this  . soup.��Add a few stuffed olives if you feel  daring. T '  "2^-3 lbs. boiling beef  -%-G��p-seassoned-flour-(salt-&-pepper)'--���  =2=tessprsalt=  5 medium carrots, diced  5 medium potatoes, quartered  1 large onion v  6 cabbage wedges  1 medium turnip, diced  1 can (8 oz.) tomato sauce  Cube beef and coat with seasoned flour.  Brown in hot oil. Transfer meat to soup  kettle and barely cover with water. Add  bay leaf, coarsely cut celery, salad  dressing\-thyme and-salt. Bring to a-boil-  and skim off any fat. Cover and simmer  for V-k to three hours or until meat is  tender. Remove meat from bone. Strain  stock and return-to kettle. Add the boned  meat and remaining ingredients. Cover  and simmer for 35 ta40 minutes more. Will  serve five or six.  ggSSSSS!^^^  jrQ>jfQ>jfC>j<-Oyjf  *SSX1  SAW FILING SERVICE  CARBIDE TIP   HAND SAWS  CIRCULAR SAWS  & ALL SMALL TOOLS  \p.    Wharf Rd. corner of  v   Porpoise Bay Rd., Sechelt  STERN DRIVE HEADQUARTERS  On the Sunshine Coast:  ^3  ivmnuoA���--���~- -_   -. -  ���MERCRUISER   ���VOLVO  CHRYSLER    .OMC  EVINRUDE &  HONDA OUTBOARDS  ���PIONEER POWER SAWS  MADEIRA MARINA  Box 189, Madeira Park, B.C. 883-221  sr  ���From Page A-l  have.  What a joy it was when once in a while  - we-got-just-a-bit oLcanned.fruit .with_our_  rations. Did you ever try to make a-  hamburger out of a tin of corned beef and  hard tack, just for a change of diet?;  Yes, I am glad we have so many young  people with us / today to help us to  remember, and (if we can't remember,  then to think about things.    '  Let us think^Jor instance, about our  freedom. Do we realize and appreciate  how free we are. Our civil liberties makes  this the finest, country in the world. Yet  there are those who promote all sorts of  bickering and unrest.  Do we appreciate the good food and the  housing, the clothes, the educational opportunities, and the easy life we have to  enjoy.  These filings were made possible  because of the sacrifices made by millions  of people ��� not just sailors, soldiers and  airmen. These sacrifices were made for  the sake of freedom.  more. The least bit of interference with  our leisurely style of life and we become  -diseontented-and-miserable    We are faced with "the prospect of  having to share more of the good things of  life with the underprivileged in the rest of  the world. We will need to make  sacrifices in our life style just to keep what  we have now.  I know that young people by nature are  daring and courageous. They seek  hazardous thrills and seem-to geta kick  out of danger. The reality of war is, of  course quite something else.   -  Courage is a special quality of mind  and spirit that permits one to face grave  danger fearlessly. It is a state of mind that  is developed by a high degree of discipline,  leading to confidence and trust in oneself.  It is possible to be .both scared and  courageous. Many brave soldiers met the  enemy courageously, though sensing their  time was up: They had aJiighly developed  sense of duty and loyalty.  War is a waste of humanity, a waste of  -~YeMb��ugh-we-hav^-so-much4o-be--materialandenergyrbutiHs^referable^  thankfdl for, It seems we Want more and    jogs of freedom-  Our freedom, yours and mine lisp,very  precious to us, but we need to b0. careful  'i(rat%e'd6^:''Sit'.''We.'pneed'.to choose our  courses of Action carefully. .'.<'.:,'  If; as I haye said, courage is a product  of a state of mind, so is cowardice.   J  If, as i suggest, discontent is a product  . of our minds,, so is contentment.  If, we will but exercise more control  over our emotions.  If,'we exercise nrtore control over  ourselves, our actions our thoughts.  ,  It, mi will try to appreciate all the good  things we have. . '"  If, we will try to see the good ip our  fellow beings, Instead of fault.  If, we will do these things as an individual people, the peace and Goodwill  that we look for in this world wlll.be  possible/ ',-'���.���'  It will have begun with us.  ' X' ',��� ,   j   ' ��� '   '    1     <C<m/ ��� 1  SYNDICATE  A GOOD INVESTMENT  COMPANY  J.W. (Jim) BUDD  885-3391  Specializing   in   Annuities   and  Retirement Income Planning  M     B   BaaaBnw     atT"Ta B B fl  The Downtown Airline  /���;/  1978 MAGNUM DEMO  black on black on black      stk #007  .    sugg. retail $10,839 .  CHOPPED TO $9208   ^Jjj1  p��*fli!pBi?f^,''p'*E  oh 1978  DEMOS  and  NEW VEHICLES  1978 MAGNUM  sunroof/tapestry reel stk #C69  sugg. retail $926>1\ \   '  CHOPPED TO $7911    SAVE OVER  *1300  LEBARON  . TOWN &     ^  COUNTRY  WAGON DEMO  stMC62   .'.,'  fully equipped  .  sugg. retail $11,237  CHOPPED TO $9736  SAVE OVER'1500  DO 2180  *$PE1  PREMIERE  <  WAGON  stk #C7V  sugg. retail $7981  CHOPPED TO $6843  SAVE OVER M100  PF^f'iv  USPEfr  ���2i)R���  COUPE  stk #C 100  sugg, retail $7891  CHOPPED TO $6940  SAVE OVER'900  DODGE DIPLOMAT DEMO  ,        stk 0C73  4 dr sedan  sugg. retail $8082  CHOPPED TO $6920  SAVE OVER'1100  "llu***4*^4iiiJ4^^  CHRYSLER  LEBARON  stk #C 106  2 df, Iqaded  sugg. retail $9378  CHOPPED TO $7926  SAVE OVER *1460  vehicles may not  bo exactly as  pictured  NEW CARS ON SALE AT  ESSO  m*v**       i* $ ���il^J^Atmm  -   f >'  WINTER SCHEDULE  DEPART  SECHELT  7:45 jm_,  llj451iHH  11:45 am  3:15 jim  DEPART 7:45 am       12:30 pm  VANCOUVER     8:30 am     * 4:00 pm  FOR SECHELT   10:30 am  SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS  DEPART 11:45 am'       w       1^        i  SECHELT 3:15 pm  DEPART 12:30 pm  VANCOUVER     4:00 pm  , 3'FLIGHTS DAILY TO NANAIMO  CONNECTING PLIQIWO PQW*' "fflw    ,���.,"'  Ptw fbrther information phono: 885-2214  1978 D200 CAMPER SPECIAL DIESEL  stk //T30       sugg, retail $9956  CHOPPED TO $8987  SAVE OVER <1000  1978 W150 4x4 DIESEL  ..:.. ,.,,!'., ��IM.T39U ,.   sugg. retail $10,284  CHOPPED TO $9234  SAVE OVER 41000  kM   i*'i  - : :77>^  78 RAMCHARGER 2WD  sugg. retail $8628  CHOPPED TO MG78  SAVEOVER^  myyy,)��  U  Tf*.  DEMO B200 SPORTSMAN WAGON  stk IT35 sugg. retail $8825  CHOPPED TO $7822  SAVE OVER MO00  B200 SPORTSMAN MAXI WAGON  stk (VT36      ��ugg. rotall $10,638  YOUR TRADES  CHOPPED TO $9588  SAVE OVER *1000  \Lm  |��**H&^  nisii^  iWST*'*/-^! WW'K tMlT"im-*p.*^S,-'-**!9��KW.*SIS"y *uivfe* 'SB-i ���'��" -Mt!*W ^Hit*"*!*-!*"!; Si��.*f itM**!*?1^*.  Good Luck to all the local politicians.  ,,,���iui  '%*<  XA  V  .,  ,,(  eSi ^^��^(^��*^om^fei��Ww*i^iWk^  ''"Tilr**4''7'' .* ��X'y'������~'K7i''l**"'���-'*"::���*'���(?���������*''  lWt>*lm��,wl $*������   i**r��r��tWVl-^tf, V  ,),  f,W��^|   ..: x i.  i * ���' ,v..)...'i .i  p ..!���  \.  '     .:'     I. / ��� . ���  t~  Y  /  \.  ' 7---.-\-  i   '  i  ���*  i  v       .����� .  The Peninsula limeb  Section B Wednesday, Noyember 15,1978' Pagesl-8.^,  HflfljEBflffiBflSflj^Bnfl        HhH| TOp^J BmamWBf ^A jMag jAm\m\\WELmVHHtttt^m. BHBh HHKfl  17  ^^v  *v,  FOfcTOOSEATS  Sechelt aldermanic hopefuls  UAKL uhkismas, a candidate tor  Sechelt council, calls himself actively retired and a young 65. He is  married and has a son, two  _daughters_and-five grandehildjrenr  Chrismas was  chairman  of the  Tiffib"er"Days~Committee this year  and is secretary of i the Elphinstone  Aero, Club. He was nominated by  Frank Leitner and William Harris.  JOYCE  KOLIBAS  is   a   Sechelt  housewife involved in the Girl Guide  7fnovementvKolibas ijratrpresentair  _^fera^naridffia&Mminat^^atifi=���  - election  by  Wr  Wilson* and  G.  Hopkins. She lives on Sprindrift St.  with her husband and 13-year-old  daughter.  Would you encourage the present pattern  of development in Sechelt?  CHRISMASr-No! As-Isee-it,-there-has-  been-no- 'pattern-of development'- in  Sechelt. Development has followed a  path of least resistance with an eye to  procuring a tax dollar return now, rather  than to opt for the alternative of long  range planning which may return a  wider and more stable tax base in the  future. o  I believe past councils have eased  themselves successfully through the  boom years of real estate development  without incurring more than superficial  wounds such as Seaside Village, and this  is healing well. Some people were hurt  and problems created, but the concept  was good, and with proper management  end-supervision will become a desirable  residential area. But it is oriljTTjy ac-*  cident that it does not conflict with the  planners' long range community plans  for the future.  KOLIBAS:   I  suppose   I   would,   but  developers still have to convince me that  things are going to happen as quickly as  theys'eenr tothink-orhope. ;   -WATSONuIn generaljterms, yet.   Is this pattern in accordance with the  Sechelt Community Plan? Why?  CHRISMAS: Again, 'No!' I believe the  Official Community Plan now being  presented is looking to the future of the  community over the next twenty years or  so. I am not aware of a plan from the past  or of the present which outlines any long  range planning. Zoning bylaws have  been enacted as the need arose.  The new plan outlines areas for future  zoning which will be controversial to  some, but the bylaws will be presented to  the pe6ple before becoming law. The  planner, I am sure, has been intelligent  enough,to .make aUowanefes.for~.this. -: -  KOLIBAS: Of course iVhas to folldto the  plan but there were an overabundance of  developers on the committee so they  certainly had their innings and we all  ��� See Page B-8  NORM WATSON, 63, is a Sechelt  businessman. Hehas been an active,  member, of the Chamber of Commerce for 15 years and is respon-  ^iblefojr.the start and completion of  the   Trail   Bay   breakwater;   the  "Sechelt-Marsh, thevillag^~sewer  system and the arena. He is married  and has one married daughter.  Watson was nominated by "Morgan  Thompson and John Gordon.  v\.  KEITHJSVANS is a 29-year-old  "leg"ihsp^OTl^]i6Tives in Gibsons  with his wife and two daughters.  Evans' involvement jnjhe community includes organizing the last  itwtr Sea .Cavalcsdsr terWirrtbu^  naments and teaching tennis for the  Fitness Service-He was nominated  by Bob and Audrey McKenzie/  The present council is conducting a study  for the development of a marina in  Gibsons harbour. Do you see a necessity  for such a facility?���:   EVANS: Yes, but it must be a facility to  service the needs of local residents and  adequate overnight moorage for tourists.  It must also be a facility that we can  easily afford without causing an undue  tax burden on the majority of residents  who will not use such a facility. .  FITCHETT: Questionnaire not received.  HUME:  Questionnaire not received.  -GODDARD; Questionnaire not-received.  What do you see as other important  -lssuesin~toe'Novemben8"electira?  EVANS: Ongoing issues of controlled  spending of tax dollars, planning for  -controlled   and   de&JK*le   growth,  responsible and respotisitfe government.  Specific issues: A recreational plan  for Brothers Park.  A development plan to rejuvenate the   RICHARD FITCHETT .  lower village. . return questionnaire.  LARRY MacDONALD . . . did not  return questionnaire.  AREA F DIRECTOR  nominees  Some persons have commented that the  regional district acts in an authoritarian  fashion and is (spreading its authority  into areas where no regulation'is needed.  Other persons complain that the board is  failing to act on matters requiring attention. What is "your concept of the  Regional District's proper role and how  does that relate fo Area F?  LESLIE: The Regional Board is a  "concept that was thrown out into mld-  . space by the provincial government and  left to float. At the time lt seemed like a  good idea ��� get the peoplo Involved*��� ,  but now they are having second thoughts.  Mr. Curtis, the new minister of  Municipal Affairs, has had too many  complaints from .voters of Regional  Boards' authoritarian actions. He wants  to control this unruly monster.   ,   .  The trouble seems to bo that the  Rcglonul Board and its bureaucracy  for'gets that it holds a very humble  position In the scheme pf tilings. It'tf  position is to listen very carefully to what  the voters have to say and then try and  put that wish Into existence. It's position  is not that of Just a manngocttl position  of whore the question Is, ^%bat is the  cheapest way for us to solve tho garbage  .,��ia;ijd^..;,..:,,,j.,..���,M,-��..,..>..-....>-_..sce-PnRe'pB-8w  DAVID FORBES LESLIE, a Candidate for Area F on the regional is a  barrister and enjoys tennis and  volleyball. Leslie, 46, is a bachelor  apd was nominated by Dennis Smith!  'an'd?Darwln''Hurst;"''��^tr,T;-r.^rr"*-';���f"  DAVID HUNTER, 58, is a retired  businessman who lives In Hopkins  Landing and Is Involved with the  community association there. He Is  married with two children and four  grandchildren^ He was nominated  by Art Klloh and Jack floss* and is  endorsed by the Hopklbs Landing  ^Community-Association;- *-'t "-;  Views on the recreation package  II thereferendum jails, whut would you ��� million-odd dollar one now In operation' meetings   if  N"'i  'kljAkXii7��*:AW'7>i,  "V  propose ns on alternative solution to Uio  problem of providing recreation services  jn you area?  CIIRISMASt Tlio referendum has failed,  In in sense, And If ruqnors of the fate of  Regional Districts after the Review of  tho Regional District Commission has  any" bawls,  rtterpatlori "so'rvicps y mny  at Point Roberts. It Is worth u side trip to  spend a few leisurely hours to visit, And  to visualize that potential at Wilson  ' Crook, Snrgonts Bay could bo done along  tlio same lines. Lot'tl Just bo patient.  HVANS; The alternative already exists.  Iilnch area provides tlio recreational,  facilities thnt It cfljn afford. Specified,  necessary,  As   tholr  I wouty; work'for'their  bocomp to decision orthoitnutiiclpflllU(5�� won.Mjng wo^Wd improyojm thls-and  In tho future. Wo can only wait and see. -nlao flop that the users of existing  Meanwhile, back to tho launch ramp- faciUUos, who live In adjacent areas  marina concepts   "*;.-" ,, would Mare In tho cost of thoso facilities,  trtft MWd ICplti^^^^  tho op Burns and Jackson, booming      HUNTERs Recreation requests In  grounds at W��aon Creek into 'a nwlnn   Aroa F will now bo decided by the. Area   Re  which could bo, comparable to  pie ��� Planning pcmmlttoo and local, clttaonfiV :  '       .* I       J '    , <      .   | ,' ���     I     :     :   y I        t     1   ' ,  i   "   I      '       '���>  :     I    ' i      '     .     'I'll'       r 'M    ,'   ^'1    i(   ' 'p     * I,' ( I  .   J I    | J, *  ���li���l I ill ,!��� I Bli IH*������������HI I I'm Hill'   1,1    1, I. Ill .,, IWIHMIH iWll  representative  wishes.  WATSON 11 One thing at a time, The  answer tQ this may not bo In our linpda pr  tlio rules of tlio game may bo drastically  altered, !    ���  What is your stand on tho Sunshine Const  Regional District's proposed recreation  pacltngo?   ������ -- ��"�����..������-.-,���.-. >��� '  CllRISMAS: in view of'the recent  cancellation of -the Regional Districts  A78-13  A78-16  J3784B,  H78-1B  NOW  20.06 $20.96  n��oi   '     ,  ���'���  ai.0B $29.96  n��o,',    ,  . 30,0b;, $37.95  Ron,  ii,ob $39.96  BlAZeR  8ureD  deep biting tread  pattern for best traction  Rog. NOW  GR78-15 73,08 $68.95  HR78-15 7n,os $73.96  p     "'Ml.   ,  LR78-1B fis.oii $78.95  ���'  neo,  NOW  000-12  30,00  24,00  070-13  33,015  31,00  C7(I~M  34,00  32,00  B70-.14  30,00  33,05  P70-14  37,00  '30.05  076-14  39,05  3B.BB  ll?fl.-14  30,00  37,0b  P70-1B  -37.0B  30,00  mo,  NOW  wmi-ia  00,00  04,00  own 14  00,00  01,00  Gnyn- h  07,00  02,00  rn7fi--i4  OO.Wti  04,0li  OIV/0   14  73,01),  0ll,0!i  IIR7I1-.14  7l'>.0li  70,00 v  Hafl,   -   NOW  A78-13   3i,0G $28.96  ' linn,  G78-14   43.00 $40,96  linn,  G78^1B "4(5,nfi"$42.96  BACKCDSyCUlF  Every Gulf wlntor tiro la bnckocl  by Gulf C/inndn��� Wo want to  koop yqu ns n customer nnd,  thorefaro, wa will do evorythlnfl  In pur power to onsuro .'  that you aro antiHflocr ���  with your Gulf tiros,  niio,  NOW  0711-14  37,00  34,00  H7H -14  40,00  37,00  l'?l).,14  41.00,  ,30.00.  Il70f14  ,40,00  43,00  1170-10  40,00  40,0-5  U70.-1B'  02,00  40.00  FR?8-1B ti0,or/$56f95  lldll.     '  GR78-1B 01,00 $67.96  Miiu.  IR78-15 (10,00 $61.96,  WmWmm\\i\\m\    ' ^BP^R  FOR EXTRA CONVENIENCE '���  USEWURMLFTWELCARD   , CHARGEXmj  r,  OR MASTER CHARGE.  rnrflri  "urnr  AH/M   13  4 turn  42,0li  nn7n-ia  03,no  411,011  Cn;n h  lili.OO  01,00  liH70-14  o,a,nn-  04,00-  PM7H   14  l)0;()l)  (iB.OIl  on7H 14  01,00  1)7,00  i.n7n -in  J 1,00  (17,00 *  EFFECTIVE TO NOV* 30^1978  or while  atocka  last.  \  already* avAU^bler Howeverf I would*  hack tho Secholt Vicinity Official  RogtonnVPlan with regard to jirevontlon,  flee' Page R-8  "T"  '/'  *����1*��^ Wi^��feHM-^^l��|v*tSWl^&-(W'^*W^to^ \ i.W**��*i" �����*S��l?rt')il!!  'ffl^T��W(*'*fJl<(%��)l^W**^*t*p^^ *'" *��**M5��W!W I  L  ���,rixjiu^k&V��V!iM.it^s'liwtiM^^  ,\, ;���;.  ���V. ,���;������.���  '<    i  '  '!  A ,1-
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BROWNING:   Passed  away
peacefully November 3,1978
atherhome in-Wilson. Creek-
after a long illness, Dorothy
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loving husband John, 3
daughters Mrs. Mavda G.
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Mrs. Winnifred Robertson,
JSdmontonj 9 grandchildren; 6
Predeceased by son Charles.
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Home, director. 4288-51
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Work Wanted   -a  For Rent Cars and Trucks
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JOURNEYMAN   Shipwright    REDROOFFS RD.: 2 bdrm    '67 FORD % ton truck.. 886-
seeks work. Exp.  m  all   non-bsmt home, $250. 2106. 4253-51
aspects   boatbuilding; . hOUSe Awnilahle nnw ~ '     '■
«X^Jrin?%S rites' -    References 75 AUSTIN Marina.. Good
fo6?f ee SK* £&££i GORDflON AGENCIES ^ J "^ WeDyngj
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,         :        \ 4578-tf * 885-9365 eves. 9^17- . ' 4265'.1
"WHATDOYOUEXPECT    ' — 4292"51 '62  COMET, *4   dr.   sedan..
FROM A TREE SERVICE? TRAILER  spaces  in  West ^S®       *' 2 neW^gS
—Experienced, insured work?       Sechelt.    1    doublewide  [	
^Prompt, guaranteed 24 x 40 singes. 885-2079.   4224- _ ,77 MACK TRUCK, R600, 12
Service? «n.          »'        '     sbd. trans., excel,  cond.,
—Fair estimates? .Dnm„. ~ T~7 57,000 miles, good rubber, 16'
Then give us a call: 2 ^J>™ ho«f 2Ra50eJ?^ 6" Knight box or 5th wheel.
PEERLESS r£°n -^   Rtonces pjOO  xl> ,,. Nahanni b
—TREE SERVICES LTD.  -- ^"^^-^^mootjhjwwi. _ j^ steel, brand, new-cond.-
ina^  885-2109  4226'52 $4,200^832-8632. 4271W1
 fc    758-tfn HALFMOON   BAY; 3 bdrm, '69  FORD  Station   Wagon,
WILL DO your personal ac- large   kitchen,   modern     snows, $350 obo. 885-2367.
counting   in  my   home, house. Stove. & fridge, oil                                   428131
-QualifieaYa€€Quntaa^-885- furnace, split bathroom  No—             ,     .               	
§09, '•      4262-1 dogs, please. 8853614.  4211-52 '67 GRAND PR^X, orig. miles
 : 1__      — ■ ■ " '~57;000r400~curin7"engine, ps, ,
HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC ROBERTS CREEK, mod. 3 pb, tilt steering. Immaculate,
APPRENTICE .   bdrm    home>    semi-wf, $2,000 firm. 885-5670..     4250-1
.    ■. T-i    t*. 'n.     oo i Heatilator fp, w-w, storage &  = 1
p^o^Jt^, ^rLPCeaJP&,f^  Boats and Engines
Senses31516 & ^ ^    » Refs'$30° per ^S 18'   K&C,   140   Merc   1-0,.
reierences. .. 242L 4216-52      complete with traUer. 885-
BB5-d»l»   ,127   K 4215-52
9:30-5:30   • WATERFRONT  house for d_	
' 40924fn centJ?h.:evenings.886=9079 HE-ADWAxERMARINA-LTD~
— '-■'■■      '■■■   ;      -  ——' —~—— 4ZZU"«)Z *mm ~ m • <
e«- D««* ■   ■ --■ ^        .Good winter moorage
Por Rem   Wanted to Rent \ '        l.25perfool-
FOUR  BDRM  house,   full    WanTed t0 Rent    -    ^Z^^lr, -
...bsmt., S&ma Park. Refs. —^ANTTO rehtgarage to store --^DR^ANDST^GE^
>eq:B85-3855. 4005-tfn    ^^r for winte? months. 885-    ^^TJgSSSSk*
FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek -— .         ^" 883_240624hrSYonn«„
Community Hall.  Contact Real Estate ^2 4aw"ttn
Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403 '    CPtMaPaPB- ~    - 15'.6" Sidewing Hourston
 ^f SELMA PARK Glasscraft (new).  $3,000
2 BDRM  mobile  home  on 3    bdrms    upstairs,    full   - 42'!^bo£''Sea Falcon»_
private lot, $179 per mo. 926- basement with rec., room &   (unrigged ferrocement)
11194 aft fi 4ni-tfn extra bdrm downstairs. Good $da,uuu
luzsatLb. AHiJJ-n----viftw,_Nipfily-landsf,apf,H-fc -18^Sabrecraftr-140-Merc	
DELUXE-WF  unfurn."<»t.-"--fenced.--Re«fuced-to--$49s900.---.•.;-•;■ ■ • • • ■ • • • • $4,900
tage,2bdrm, 2bath,fridge, 885-3855                 , ~ lJ\K*c Thermoglas 115
stove,  w-w carpet,  drapes, 4074-tfn   np Evinrude $2,BW>
$250 per month. Madeira Park      ■  Winterizing &
area. 883-9098.              ,4286-1 MODERN 2 bdrm home with                BoatMovtag     .
 ^— diningroom,   laundryroom,      ImmediateHepair Service
TUWANEK WF home. 1 mem carpeted throughout, ensuite,              7 Days a Week
& den, FP, dock, carport, fireplace, appliances, heat &       GARDEN BAY MARINE
988-5309 aft. 6 p.m.       4254-51 light included. Gower Point            SERVICES LTD*
 :  area, $325 per month. Phone             Sinclair Bay Rd.
REMODELED older home in Mr. Dowman or Mr. Wells.               883-2722 or
Porpoise   Bay . close   to Century West  Real Estate             niehts 883-2602
village, $250 per mo. AvaU (1978) Ltd. 885-3271.     4294-51                 6                 4242-tfn
Nov.   15.   885-2808.     4256-51 .       *?***
 ~  3 BDRM FAMILY home in    i iwoctnrk
2 BDRM   HOME   Central Gibsons.    Fireplace    &. »-,ve:»loc*              	
Madeira Park. Good view, carpeted,' $325  per  month.. " " __ "" '- '.	
$140 per mon. 883-2220. 4257-51 Newly decorated two bedrm CERTIFIED Farrier, Hans.
 : : n— suite in lower Gibsons. Ap- „ Berger is coming to Coast.
GIBSONS   2    bdrm   apt. pliances included "bright &'" Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-
Spacious,   w-w,   fridge, cheery with beautiful view of 3751-                          994rtfn
stove, elec. heat, view. Days the harbour. $230 a month.      :—
985-8761, eves. 926-6609. 4258-1 Ranch at Pender Harbour, 2 DR.NICKKIEIDER
 :  bdrm home, near new barn, is available, for veterinary
WF .GIBSONS Dec.  1st.  4 pasture all fenced and ready workjevery Monday, Practice
731-6834.         v           4261-1 Mr. Dowman or Mr. Wells, For appointment
: Century West  Real  Estate  -Dleasfreall^ 2:
RE^BRSNDT^liOTELr, (B78)Ltd. 88W271.     4295-51 ,/nvmr? wt
downtown Vancouver, Hi- :K ■ X-y ' ■'■■' '   'X   ' '    ■ X ESS?Strf
everything;   tremendous    ^..p-   ,A 'A- . ..U.-;X7 , - otM fP     ':
views,, realonable, famUy,    EARN  A second income, .«»#7??,,.:-,,M^  .
weekly and montliy rates!      L.earn,.  ,Inc«?ie„,   ^,x. ... ■■421™1.
Fordetails: llfeO Davie Street.-   preparation with the_ All-  -_____^___ ^^
Tel. 685-1311* \"     ..    4279-51 -Canadian Company y&R Tax   9 YR., OLD mare Palomino-
  Services. No previous training      Arab cross, 15.1 hands,
3 BDRM hpme. Quiet, Sechelt    required.   Send . for   free   experienced rider, $350. Ph.
residential area, nr. beach. :'W^-fcS&i U&,RDJ^i.lwily~ ■—, • - 1645^52.
885-2476.   .      Y        4280-1 Services, &0 St. Mary's Road,      '                 ,        „
 _____—• ■ p    ■'■>••■ Winnipeg, Man. Franchises HJH HORNED Hereford Sale
COTTAGES,    weekly    or available.                 4271-51 . ■ Nov.   15^ in   Calgary
^-monthly.    Housekeeping .•:_ n „_„„„..—T77 , Exhibition Grounds. 70 bulls, •
\mk   furnished,   TV.   Rite AUTO WRECKING and Car 60 heifers. Phone, Hanson's
Motel. 886-2401.          4249-tfn ,„Salgs-      g°useY   Shop, Bill «L', (403) 274-8542 or S.
  :  Warehouse, Equipment. High Jones and Sons, (403) 274-9263.
FOUR BDRM ntoblle home.' turnover. WUl accept property 4277-51
Set  up in  West  Sechelt or wnat» as P8" Payment.     ~—■■: • ■■■;■„ • ■—■■:  ■ ■„,■.-,.
Trailer ta. Ref. required, f^*™ Lake RealtyJ92; STAUFFER     ULRICH
Ph.885-2600.                   tfn 4117-                        4272'52 Registered    Horned
 ~     OATm„A„XTI„ 1  Hereford Sale, Nov. 18, Eck-
DUPLEX Davis Bay. 1 blk. BAIT BARN Worm Farms are ville, Alberta. 84 head Bred
from school, 2 bdrm, no looking for distributors in and Open Females. Breeding
appliances. Avail. Immed. various  areas  of  British, Bulls.M andllelfer Calves.
$175,885-0719.            4951-tfn ' Columbia.   For   more   in- Free Delivery. Phone 403- 746-„
fp           ■ formation  write Bait Barn 5735.         '                4276^1
EXECUTIVE  House Apart. ', SSPZS'nr wySSfi'' 1 «*4' '• "
ments      now    -renting. .* ^.^^3.0.VOXa\0or   Lost
Overlooking Glpsbns Har-    call623-4515. , 4278-51 t     p -~
bour. 37 deluxe 1&2 bdrm    AArtK:i« u«««e /     B^YeSTuR£LiX2? 9^ri?
suits. Fenturlng controlled   JWODlle Homes J , St., Sechelt. 883-2730. 4290-51
front entrance, colored ap-^    —     "-	
pllancos1, ,cablevision,    12x48 2 bdrm -Mdduflne,   Pets
panoramic  view,  extra  - „f;7i?(^n2^P;J2x68,3bdrm    -1 i	
soundproof suites, drapes,'w- Gendall, $10,400, no dp. 926, REGISTERED    chocolate
w enrpcts. Rents from $230. 1024 aft. 5:30 p.m.       4786-tfn Labrador pups.  Males &
Inquire ^it 880-9593 aft. 5 p.m. ■     "~ r.  females. Excellent hunting &
4flj2-tfn Cars and Trucks, Held trial stock. Ready for
 ^-V~ -— :  now homes by Dec. 18. 805-
MAPLE CRESCENT Apart- ,   -74   DODGE  pickup  D200, 5307. 4259-1
ment"). 1.2&3 Ixlrni apts. p^jfi000ml,806-9016,    4201-51   -^ >	
 Reasr-rentr-Incl,"""'heatr""w'pp-p 'pp'"' ' i:""~ ' "'  — F6|*"SaleA"•r^^-*—'" —-
cablevision, stove, fridge Oflfl- FORI) SUPERVAN V0 nutp.'  ,. -^	
7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A, cjJmpl. cnmpcrlzcd, raised FISHER woodburnlng stovo
s ,     • ««rUn.. roof, many extras, $3,500;885-' ' with the 10 year guarantco
-t:±'ry7yy:— ,;   ;   „ M3fl.                   „  4]i60-5l can bo seen at Radio Shack, J
.-qiBSONS 3 bdrm suite. Avail -—- ;~ &c Electronics,        4855-foi
Immed., $200 por mo, 501- '72 F-250, radio, tape deck,    -r— .	
0024.                          4107-51 nsklng$1,295.005-0!)88. 4100- ■ LADIES.-Mons. Childrens,
■—— j -—■- .51         (     ^^V- ,.      . Maternity Clotlilng, 'Now*
SUNNY,  modern 3 bdrm :  Noarly     Now'.     Encore
ho'iise, full'bsnit, FP, car- 72 BLUE TRO, 40,000 ml., Boutique,2445MarinoDr.LW.
rwlfl.  drapos,  fenced'yard. - Good running order, $2,800. Vancouver,922-2020,Mon-Sat,
, WcHtSflclioU4150pormo,88&. 000.7095,000-2207,005-3005,, 10-5.                            4457-tf
3503,                           4191^1 .             4107-51      ■	
 _J^>         __,   ,  HERITAGE   STOVE,   43"
1 'U,,I.)1^M ."Partnionta   In j, ^ M     R^intors,     1449 II* 22 x 22   wldo   coal  or
'". W°1, ^^Jim Ht/?vu Charlotte Rd„ N, Vnn. 080- woddsjienlqf  ''Jubilee  Cir-
Includcd.  $175 - $2A,,  Cnll 5334. Automotive & Industrial culator" ,with water r>nti.
Hayden, 00&-2203,         4100-tf cooling specialists. Pick up & Heavy cast, brick lined. Good
___-__^— dolivory can 1)0 arranged, tail cond., $200.005-9347.     4245-52
,„jyipU-^>feWi't..,hW0..,AaQwn,,.,nowp.Jop-fa8t, ooonomioal   vt-— > '-
pHymont, 1971 12 x 40, nice sorvico.                    4024-tfn lO'.VFT. Klborglnss boat with
, cond., 2 bdrm, $90.50 per mo, _—z . , „ 00 hp Mero.; 1 canoe; tent
plus pwl.foo.. 107412x68 3, .73 VOLVO ntd„ good,cond,, trailer; 600luc) tartk with
lKlrm,$122pormo,920-1024. , „n options. $2,000 obo, 005' stnnd; 19" color TV. 003-2417,' .'.
,   ,,      4930-tfn , 2017 or 885W,     ^     4200-52 '4212-52
* 3 ' BDRM HOUSE,, l^bklu   /74. IMPAU Mr,. Hdt^ J350 -   l NEW hodzontal oil furnaco,
Incl. utility. 770-2006 aft, 0 p.m. front disc brakes, radial tires,    fltaYOi used bntliUib, sink &
collect.' v        42!)l-62 rear defogger, whlto with blue    doors, 005-2100, 4233-52
■ ,,—^ -^ ■ — vinyl toprflO.OOO ml., mint,   r X:  — ;-^-
APA1WMENT foivrtfnt; 800- condltlon,12i705. «fl3-99k     '   . ALDRRr $50 , per" fcftrd;
: , 2417(?rOflflrOOSO..  ,-423242        , ,^20(W1 J    delivered,005-2452.   4230-52
/   ■ +"'        x.t      -'•''''        '. ■'.•■•'♦•',,
For Sale
For Sale
For Sale
LENNOX electric furnace, 25
kw with cable, $350 obo. 886-
9275 Sat. &Sun._  ,      4240-52
PROPANE (hot water tank.
Electric dtyer, 885-5424.
.;  4162-51
Overhaul, Tuneups,
Chemical Wash, Parts for
, all makes
All Work Guaranteed..
"  21 Years Experience   .
Phone Steve at
"-. 4150-tfn
Vacation ttie unhassled way.
Campers fully equipped &
14" ADMIRAL color TV, $399,
br^nd new, full warranty.
S.C. TV, Cowrie St., Sechelt.
885-9816. 4283-1
Tieated & insured
$70 per-week
SHED 6,x 18 on skids, com-
"pletely insulated, dqubie
sheeted, wired. Prev. usedas
field office. 885-3614.      4255-1
PRAWNS. 885-3805  or M.V.
"Maranatha".    Madeira
Park gov't wharf. 4264-1
14" TOSHIBA , color TV on
swivel base, color gold, used
only 3 months, $325 (reg.
$569)_; Kenmore zig-zag
sewing maching in handsome
cabinet, $175; 36" roll-away
. bed, never used,-, $75; old
sewing machine- in oak
cabinet,' $60; black rocking
chair w-yellow cushions, $40.
12" ZENITH black & white
TV, $119, brand new, full
warranty. S.C. TV, Cowrie St.,
Sechelt. 885-9816.        ' 4284-1
PHIL'S second hand store.
Buy & sell;used furniture &
misc. Cowrie St., Sechelt. 885-
3835 eves. 4248-52
Legal Notices
Notice of Creditor
and Others
  (Cy Johnston )f
.. --JDeceased.T^r  ,,>»-">
NOTICE is hereby given that
creditors having claims
against the Estate' of, Cyril
-Kenneth Johnston, o.k.a. CY
4273-1"' Joluistoii^jlgceased,, JateupL
We have added to our fleet 21'
Winnebago Motor Home.
Superbly equipped. \
$200 per week
.   plus 10c a mile
QUALITY   wood   heaters   -
Ulefos  of  Norway.   Petit
Godin of France,  Kresno
* combination heater-fireplace.
Save energy, burn. wood.
Write Miles Ind., 1293 Marine
Drive, North Vancouver, B.C.,
SPLITALDER wood, Vz cord
loads      delivered      on
weekends, $30.883-2536.   4192-
electro paint gun,. $30; spin-
dry washer, $40;   upright
Simpson  vac, $25.  Much
more. 885-2367.. 4282-51
"Granthams Landing,"B.C, are
hereby required to send them
to the undersigned Executrix
at 2404 Williams Avenue,
North Vancouver, B.C. V7K
lZ3,jm or before 29th, day of
December, 1978, after which
date thee Executrix will
.distribute the said Estate
among the; parties entitled
-thereto, JiiavinglEegard^only-to-
the claims of which she then
has notice. '
Hall, Nov. 26. 10 a.0i.-4 p.m.
; _^_„. -Executrix.
$1,250; diamond ring &
wedding band from estate,
$475 value, asking $350; Land-
210 camera, $50; drill press
with 25 drills, $180.885-3140.
FISHER woodburning stoves,
for sale at A.C. Rentals,.
Hwy 101 & Francis Peninsula
Rd. 883-2585. 4199^51
speakers. 6 speakers per
column, plus 3 shure mikes,
$600.886-2365 or 885-3647. 4159-
Free coffee, cake & balloons.
CB Marine Package
Includes CB radio, 7' whip, P/
•loud speaker. $134.95 (also
sold separately)".
4287rPub. SPT Nov. 15,22, 29,
Dec. 6,M978
Prentis Enterprises
Uso Times Adbriefs I
As it happens 10 years old
As it happens celebrates is tenth anniversary on Friday, 6:30 p.m. with a
special program, including pome of the
interviews listeners have judged the best.
Between Ourselves Saturday 6:15 p.m.
takes you on a mountaineering adventure
with 40 people of all ages and from dif-
an annual climbing camp near the Roger's
Separated from: their parents and,
exhibited to the world, they attracted
more than -three million visitors. The
quintuplets thrilled a generation and
crowded the front pages of newspapers
during the gray depression years.
JDirected by the Emmy-Afeard-winning-
glacial valley they made daily ascents of
the surrounding peaks. Bears, crevices,
loose rock and thunderstorms are normal
hazards.in that remote and beautiful
landscape and it was a!" test of skill,
,.strength'and ehdufanfce to'finish the diay
as planned and unscathed.
Voiceof the Pioneer Saturday 8:15 a.m.
those who have enjoyed Bill MacNeill's
weekly. Interviews over the post ten years
will be happy to know he has gathered
some.bf them into a book which can now be
found on the shelves of your bookstore,
called,' naturally" 'The" Voice of the
Pioneer". ~
CBC STEREO '        ,
One to One Wednesday 9:04 p.m. an
lndcpth portrait of violinist Yehudi
Menuhin prepared from his own revealing
comments, in a lengthy Interview and
from lils written memoirs,
Ideas Friday, 8:04 p.m. begins a five
week series pn the World of Chen Jo-Hal.
Chen, who, lives now in Vancouver, was
born In Taiwan and came"to the U.S;. in
1961. In i960 with her, husband she went to
llvo for! the next seven years in China, Tho
book is the result of her experiences there,
about all sorts of people and reflects her
disillusionment with what sho observed.
Two specials on Sunday, November 19.
The Newcomers 7 p.m. the fourth,of a
series commissioned to mark Imperial
Oil's 100th birthday. 1027 Is tho story of
Ivan. Lypa,  an  Immigrant  from  the
Ukraine. Tho story wns written by George
^flyga arid Charles Isiteal and stars Duncan
Rcgohr as tlio young Lypn'nnijl Ken Poguo
ns an old man! Susan Roman Mrnys his
wife Ranya; directed by Rone Bonnlero.
Tho Dlonne Quintuplets  9:30  p.m,
Pierre Berton narrates the story based on
his book nbout tho famous,bablbsj; born in,
193,4 ln the smoll town of Callander.
Donald Brittain, the story comes to life
both as a vivid account of a fascinating era
NFB co-production.
We'Times' Adbriefs
to Sell, Rent, Buy.
'Swap etc.
3 bdrms -upstairs, full
basement'w/roc rm and oxtra
bdrrri downstairs. Good vlow:
In Solma Pk. Nicely landscapod and foncod,
Reduced to $49,900
Woodburn Stovoi
& Fuol Ltd.
Wood ■'• ttovoii by- Fl»h»r,'
Lohowood, Sodoif! Valloy,
Comfort ond „Hndloy.
Distributors' In Woiterq
Canada of tho Kon Scotsman
and  Kterr  Tltnn  wood  fl^od
vltod,' Northern Haatllnor nnd
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210 Sq. Butt 8,19 bell.
4" Perfo Sewer 75 ft
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M        \ A ���'  -l  ���I  \ ��� --r  Ml  I.   .  :   v  y.  Wednesday, November 15, JL978o        The PeAtosula Times  PageBr3  >r::r,iyyXy.~riryr:  ^XmTfomwixy-y  *MAbEIRAPARK,B^.  ' 7$7lii&i23ZAXAk.  Qtti Sladey  REAITY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER;  689-7623  Member of  $^Lstiri^:Sejpir|Ge_:  HOMES  ���;s :x  GARDEN     BAY     ESTATES,  ,$56,000.  Price reduced on this 3 BR rancher,  built 1975. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport & storage. Landscaped lot.  Excellent home for retirement ��� no  stairs. .$56,000.  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view froip this new home - 3  new   appliances,   fireplace.   $95,000.  Your home's hidden value  "You're right, Joyce, Jeffrey can throw the ball  further than the other boys  on the block!"  Recycling to  prevent waste  It tsikes seventeen trees to  make one ton of paper, so each  ton of used paper that is  recycled saves our timber  resources, and guarantees a  - longer-lasting-supply���Papeir  is made of wood fibres, and  when    these    items - are  - One. of the most competitive features in a home  you plan to sell is invisible to  all but the most thorough  buyer. It is insulation.  Good insulation' means  . economy in a major area of  expense;-and-a--prospective-  purchaser will welcome any  feature that can provide him  with heating economy in years  to dome.  If the home you are  planning to sell does not have  proper insulation, instalation  cost will probably be realized  in the sale, as well as having  this   particularly -attractive-  feature as an added selling  point.  There is a wealth of  material available through  B.C. Hydro ��� charts, booklets  and pamphlets >!outling~typfs~  ~of~ insulation;���required"  thickness and minimum  needs.  Hydro will even do a  heatloss estimate, providing  clues on the areas that should  get insulation attention. As  fuel costs rise, insulation is a  most sensible home-owner  investment. ,  Pender Harbour Really Ltd.  HIWAY 10T AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  MCNAUGHTON    POINT   -   ],9   acr4s:  of   view.  waterfront overlooking Malaspina Strait. Attractive 3-bedroom,  1200 square feet home. A fine property going for $70,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3"  BR cedar home, built 1975. View and  many extcas, $105,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR  view home, architect designed. 5  major appliances, $77,000.'  WARNOCK ROAD'��� furnished 2 BR  mobile home, 12 x 60', on large, level  landscaped lot. $28,500.  NEAR ,MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR, home,  ^fireplace, sundeck? 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 1176 sq ft 2 BR view  homev-fidl basement, sundeck. BuHt  1975.]$56>e00.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3+ acre lot. $28,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with''  ' view   on    landscaped    lot.   Large  workshop- equipment Storage area in  back.    Ideal    location    for   builder/-  contrador. $69,500.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� o  BR view home, full basement, built  1975. Close to marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2'  levels. Electric heat. Landscaped. Close  to stores & marinas. $50,000.  ."->  Jpl   .^gJiifi4']^  MADEIRA PARK ��� one bedroom  concrete block cottage, fireplace.  $23,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite", 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for  additional $10,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows,  fireplace, w/w 3 bathrooms. Easy walk  to stores. PO & marinas. $67,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 1596 sq ft 5 BK  home with 3 bathrooms, partially  finished r^c room; hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. $84,000.  recycled,.they are repulped,  the fibres shortened  somewhat, aiid the product is  a. paper of sUghtly loiyer  / grade. Waste,.paper,.;cari \k  recycled many times, each  time going into a'lower grade,  and eventually into cardboard  products such as matchbook  covers and egg ca'rtons5 or  used-in Insulation. In order to -  effectively facilitate the  recycling; process,  householders should sort,,  paper into its various grades,  bundling them up and taking  them to your nearest  recycling depot. Your neighborhood real estate agency  has a pamphlet listing  recycling depots around the  Lower Mainland. Ash; for your  free copy, and make your  contribution to saving forest  resources.  WATERFRONT HOME ��� Near new home with 4  -bedroomsT-deepTfafermoorageT'SeutKern exposure, full' price  $60,000.  '  -BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT And a real-bargainrlfls   with clean beach, free moorage, clams and oysters just steps  away. Price just $ 12,000. \ .  SECRET COVE AREA��� J0.6 acres with 400' beach,  water and powenavallable, road In. FP $1257o66,  ONE ACRE LOTS ��� On Francis Peninsula. Pflvaiy  plus value In this most desirable ared. Just 2 leftTto don't delay.  $15,000 each. .,    '  EXCELLENT ��� building lot. Frpnt Road, Madeira  Park. Fully, serviced, $10,5<J0.  WATERFRONT LOT ������ Deep and protected moorage  in Egmont, Has'trailer pad, septlcs and water and power.'  $35,000.   .    ' '       '',.''."  7 ACRES ,������ on Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope, Asking $35,000.,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ���Extra largo (650) building  lot with 72' frontage on McKllntocjt Road, $9,500 or offers.  PHONE 883-2794  JOHNBREEN \ JOCKHERMON  883-9978 883-2745  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS ':."������/.:���������  FRANCIS PENINSULA 4.  220��   ft   low   bank   sheltered  J. 132 ft W/F in Pender Harbour, 1.8 waterfront. 1.24 treed acres. $48,000.  acres, deep moorage. $50,000. 11.6 ACRE ISLAN.D ��� 3 BR furnished  2. 83 ft W/F .adjoining above 1.22db panabode,    float.    Water    8    hydro.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  LOTS  "I.MADEIRA  PARK  ���   serviced   lots.  $7,000-$22,000.  jficres. $36,500. '  $165,000.  ^.70'   bluff   waterfront,   view   over1    BROOKS   COVE   ���   194'   waterfront/  Bargain Harbour. Asking $21,500 but��    access by trail (1000' from parking),  6,'MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with .hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11,000-$ 12,750. '". '        "  7.. BARGAIN-HARBOUR ���--- 1.5 acres,  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA - serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,q'00. ���'���*}  open to offers.  treed,! serviced. $25,000,  8.- SELMA PARK ��� jot'with''.beautiful-  septic in, hydro ft water. $25,000.  JUNCTION ISLAND -^ST. VINCENT BAY  Beautiful, 18,75 acre Island |n Jervis Inlet with numerous good buildlng*sltes,' excellent sheltered moorage and several coves. Well treed with fir, cedar, arbutus ���  some merchantable timber. Oyster bed. Only 15 minutes ride by fast boat fronr Earls  Cove or Egmont. $ 120,000.  3;GARDEJ"J BAY AREA  $12,900-$21,250,  view lots:  ��� 4. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on  '   Porpoise Drive. $10,500r"  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES " ���  ^SrnclafP"Bd/3Qad. Serviced lots, most  vyith view/tjjreewlth lakefront. Priced  from $10,000 to $37,500.  view, close to beachl $22,000.  ���'.   '���. '������.���; 7"X a "7 ���. ,  ������  9. FRANCIS PENINSULA J- 9 nice  building lots at.corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$1,3,00Q.  10. FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ROAD  serviced lot, low price, $7,000,  ACREAGE  ACREAGE  NARROWS INLET ~ secluded acreage ���  't treod, law bank 5 to 14 acro parcels,  'Wator across, $24,500 to $39,500.,  ST.,VINCENT,BAY--���.365��.ft-water-  front,   6.71   acres,   water   access,  $29,500,    ���' , ��� ���  EARLS COVE ��� 5,?7 acres, 4503fc ft  sholtorod wtatorfront ad|olnlng ferry  tormlna|. $125,000,  WESTMERE    BAY    ���. . 1,400��'    ft  watorfront on 4.8 trood acres. Nlco  boach and'rocky point. Wator accoss'  only. $47,500,      |p  1. Silver"Sancir��� I.SS'acres. GulT  view, 10 i 50' furnished mobile home,  small cabjn. $45,000.    ,  2. Silver Sands ~ 1.6�� acres. Gulf  view, furnished 12 x 60 mobile home.  Adjoins abovo property. $45,Q00,     '  3. Kloindale t- 5;fc acres on Hwy 101.  $21,000.;'  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8,39 acres on  Hwy 101, $25,000,  _L  -I-  5. Near Madeira Pack ��� 115 acres,  2150�� ft on Hv/yJOl. $44,000.   ' '  ��������������� ���; -.- '    ������-, ;i ;"  6^Klelndale   ~   23.7   acres,   some;  merchantable timber. Lots of trees for  building a log house. $50,000,"     '  i, Franks Peninsula ��� l,8�� acres,  porno^Ljof of Warnock and F/rancls  Ponlnstflq Roads, $17,500,  WATERFRONT HOMES  _-**��'  \',   ni ,\  \i\.. I,'     y M \ 1  yitvi'r '���������*"  The Opportunity of a Lifetime  Everyone Is looking lor a.decent opportunity, and Tempo Products & Construction Is  offering you |ust that, a chanco to havo the homo of your cholco built to your specifications  but at an affordable prlco, Whon you contract Tompo Products'ft Construction to build your  homo It will bo ono of quality materials, quality workmanship and quality sorvlco to you, tho  customer.  Of coOrko thoro aro, reasons lor ovorythlng,, |uit a. Ihoro aro reasons for Tompo's low  �� price,-so lot's examine a eouplo... ,......,.���.,...i,...��.,,v<��,....��.....v.> ., ..���.������.t...���,��..���  First, we build on tho vo|umo basis, so tho profit figures por hoimo.qrff,��Mb��tpntMly, ,  lowered, collected by tho low price, '     "I        '  Second, a homo can bo bulll In 1 1/2 months wllh tho proper organUoflon, and coordination combined with accurate ft quality workmanship adding up lo savings which In  turn aro passed on to you,  ; Now, than, what does this low prlc* Include? ���  s  " ��� A comploto,dqtallod and porsbnalUod homo planning lorvlco,  * Handling of hluoprlnts, pormlts and Impaction*,' '  .  * Thermal pane windows, complete wllh wood window roturn* ft all w6od trim throughout  homo.     , ,1  * 0" colling ft Insulation, ft Insulatod woll pockots, i  * 5/0" |opgu(j,/l groovp sulvfloor plywood, flluod lo floor |6|st�� ft 5/0" roof |lPywood,    -  A ''brick chimney ft flroplaco  * all exterior sundecks flbreglqstod,  , ' cohcrolo sidewalks and driveways, -  As-ian bo soon, nothing In thn homo Is loll unfinished, because wo don't know how lo  (jeutcornerrf, Y��tw�� mal|itnln'a low prlcff and a quality product,    ���; i .  So, whether you'ro Intorostod In a now homo, summor homo, rotlromont homo.RRAP  |ob or imqll ronovotlon, pliaio don't hosltato to call GREG LEMKY at 886*2706.  ,1 x�� ���'"',', .,..'.  Rfcmombor, don't lot this opportunity o| a Hfotlmo pass YQU by. .���  .  . ���   , ' . .. dt'' t"'*/V" '',��������  ^ .^.A ^    .. i r.. 1      >     . -J-'    'll\.^.l.mm_  fcl--,...''*. ._ -         ,    mmmimmttwm^.  '*^1\  yt��  X_r uiL:      .  ><���  ^iW*^W#"^%t|Mi^��MP*ll��^i*#��()T(f  TEMPO PRODUCTS & CONSTRUCTION  ��� YOUR KEY TO   SUCCESSFUL iiURDINO.  1  IP  I LAKEFRONT PttfepERTIES |  LILLIES (PAQ") LAKE '- 3 BR homo on  5�� ocros,- Fruit troosrgardon. Vlow  ovor Inko, $77,500,  CARTERS LANDING - Sakinaw Lako.  24,fldr acres, |330�� ft lakofront, road  access, house, crook, $135,000.    ���  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 1300�� ft lakofront.  2A�� acres, 4 BR furnlshod panabodo,  lloat.r$105,000,  RUBY 1AKE ��� 5 A trood acros, closo to  public lako accoss, $19,800,  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 3>5:fc If cholco  low bank lakolront, 6,65 acres,  road accoss. $54,000,  D.L. 3250 ��� botwoon Sakinaw ft Ruby  Lako��; 1300�� ft on Sakinaw Lako,  crook, Hallowoll Rd onds at proporly,  $115,000,  RUBY LAKE ��� 400rfc ft lakofrontago,  5�� trood acros, road accoss. $49,500,  ...tt.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 5 BR homo,  full basomont, 1997 ��q It on malnfloor,  Biillt J976. Sopal-oto 700 sq (|  Workshop. On \22�� cholco watorfront  lot with ramp ft (loot, $180,000.  ^mmmiL  W77    r 7 1  l'i��   Tr.\V��'  4Lp  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  1  "f ,. <p*f    '   ���-��� ���^r^*.'  U^\^-��'"yy,"^-,t-i''*":       '"l:* ���'���" ���  wmm.%*  EOMONT r--v A BR homo, = partial  basomont, sundock, on 3,3 acros,  270 i ll cholco watorfront, $93,000.  boach lot, $57,000,  M,���hiM  ���felUj liyifcL'f'r 111  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant Horo' bldg,  Gonoral storo. 3 DR roslclonco, rohl'al   -, ad|o|nlng living qMartors.. Qno qcro  L "    "  "        : ft���.���'������.���^'Mrt^1{|^w^;*.lVi^mt*���nM.,  * ��� HASSANS STORE ��� Prancli Pinlmyla.  hoUio,,..pn,;l.'l8cfc ac'roi wllh 160jfc  *holt��rod,d����p ^oterlront,' 1105,000  plus cash, for stock  Zon��dft3, $52,000  ��� i<^l^'-il*Jr--Wi^i>4F^^T^K^^,^,"e*^*^  -m QUERH^-aAW���300* Jt .W/F. 2.4  ���   acros, .2 BR hollM'wirh flrop!^0,M  rollago, "dock'ft float, $I50,0Q0.  *':.,f han��i^;^gni(^u:!,^js, tarflo :amf7  archltoct  doslgned, liom��.,on   130  ll's  watorlront lot, $95,00p,  ^w^OTissgK��3ure^,OT'mmi?3wa����a^s^.^^  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEYt 883-2233  ���VMIM  ���V .,..,.-il ,!��,,,�� ".v, ��,.���i,.,   \      y  T'T  ^WiiSrtlllWWM  \.r  ���t^JI^^.*tjJ��w*Bt*l*W����^tWI**��f#i��^^  I  1  W*W,-��!fe!��W!w^^**^^  Xt  ��iftSMSB��ia^^��*^S!*^W��-^  l  A-  a .,, ,,. l.nil, )��� 'I |  t    ' '      '  ,       i      i i  ��, '        I "  "���\  **  Y  '. '.*.,  41  . I  r^t���������''  I  ���  J if X7:  ���ih-  ���. i  ���A  \ '  i' ���  PageB-4  "^  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 15,1978  v  i&Mk  A Large Selection of  Sechelt)  Lots, All Services Available.  'k^lvLJ^-i  S��.l  ��**5i  oo  ZlSc  SHamm  ������ww'i  aaar-  .M  tab  '60  a   :  PLAN  &4>.  jfeo  /8 3/��_        X'/-    *  <^<*.'\'***  '���iS:  s It  885-3211  George Townsend, 8853345 Jack AndersonrS85-20��  Doug Joyce, 885-2761  Bob Bull, 885-2503  Stan Anderson, 885-2385  Hfoo  aaemtrn;*  . raa'aa".  ,a aa'  +<_  ��� Jb&*&  **>  +'*  -rssm  tkifryySi.r  CREEKSIDE HOME: on 6/16" acre with  parklike setting, towering trees &  spacious, easy to maintain level  lawns. One year new expansive  ���,-home���has���two��� large���bedrooms.-���  Separate entrance hall, leads-to a  large living room with fireplace that  invites gracious entertaining. A 23' x  , _28^at.tached gatage-Could^be-can--  verted to an extra bedroom & family  r^TtR^In^-O^ded-TrptuCIaVr^i^gOr;  workshop with 3 pee plumbing. Close  to the best sandy beach in area. FP  $68,500,  WEST SECHELT: 900 sqft 2 bdrm  home on a lot that Is 62x205'. Needs  some minor repairs and landscaping.  Priced to sell immediately at  .$33,900   ROBETO��b CR6EK ACREAGE: 2 bdrm  attractive home on almost 2 acres  levtl Hiway frontage, easy access,  'oood large shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  ��� remodelled.   Shake    roof,    rancher  alum   siding.    Several   outbldgs.  Secluded   landscaped   property.   FP  $69,500.  Vancouver Toll Free 684-8016  P.O. Box 1219 Sechelt  X  WEST .SECHELT: New 4 bedroom wifh  finished basement in area of new  homes. Features include large kit-  jdlW^ft_-DPpk,__yrgpig.ce.,���J?a5ement_  flue, for stove, finished rec room in  basement, carport, sundeck and a , yr  level easy to landscape yard. Priced  right.-at $53,900.     ���    -  .mmWImW.  ��� rm. rimy.  SFCNELT  VILLAGE-Jrand7Ti-gw^2-  bdrm custom-built basement1 home.  Sunny brigh't Kitchen, Extra insulation  'in the ceiling, twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace: FP $56,500.  -8-ACRE-VIEW-COUNTRY; ESTATE: 3  bedroom, 1400 sq ft full-basement  home   with   spacious   living-dining  room. Fireplaces up and down plus:  extra   flue   in   basement.   Open]  staircase   to .rec   room,   extensive!  cedar work inside and good kitchen!  cupboards.   Large   carport "with|  storage and 22 x 45' swimming pool.  Approx  3 acres   landscaped  lawn.'  Orchard, fishpond, year round creek,  organic   garden,   greenhouse   and  complete privacy. FP $91,000.  IN THE VILLAGE: 3 bedroom exec home,  1650 sq ft all on one level. Features large  kitchen with beating area. FormaJ dining  >6om, living room, den with bathroom  adjoining on a 5' crawlspace..Lot is completely landscaped & ready to enjoy. This is  a medallion home with built-in vacuum  cleaning system. Reduced $3,000 for immediate sale at $3J.500.  ^ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3  bdrm .home. Immediate  possession ��� pick your, own  carpets. Try your offer to $46,000.  tfwli  ?ijt?r  SECHELT  VILLAGE:    Ideal    location  close to boot launch- 1096 sq i  fireplace,   plus   patio   ft   workshop.  Large treed lot. FP $43,500. Terms!  SECHELT VILLAGE: Surf Circle. 5  bdrms (2 in bsmt). Home has 2  fireplaces, heatilator in basement  ,bedroom,>2 baths, rec room, large  laundry ft workshop. Home has  shake roof, concrete driveway,  carport ft large sundeck. Landscaping mostly done. Many more  extras, Close to schopls ft  shopping_Ee_$44JJQQ. tXTZ.'.  gUSmi   vmsx-i:  lllliiflumtl  wr  WEST SECHEbT: 4 bedroom home  with 2 baths, family "room, w/w  carpets make this 2000 sq ft  residence ideal for an up/down  duplex which is onfy steps away from  a public beach ^with access for^boat  launching & swimming. Situated on  1/3 acre lot. Real investment! > FP  $41,500. Try your terms.  *r*-v  GIBSONS: Attractive two bedroorrv  ^home with part basement on large  sewered lot 98x148'. Magnificent  view property.,Cozy living room with  brick fireplace and- w/w. Modern  kitchen>,with ,w/w,. new. cabinets���-���& :  view windows in eating area. Smart  vanity bathroom. Auto oil heating.  Excellent buy at FP $36,500.  '"ikl  1  Rvfr���  WfeST SECHELT: 9.5 acres ofgood form land,  HaS new 4 bdrm ranch style home. 2 ponds  supplied1 by spring wator with.approx 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber, All  services on paved rd. 2 milesMrom Se��hol|  centre. This property has many potential  uses,   .        ' . ' ��� -���  '��������� "    ' ; \      ', '.  GIBSONS: 2' \'/2 acres with  modern 3 bdrm basement home,  Oil fired hot water heating, two  ' fireplaces, recj-m pnd many other  features, Approx 1 1/2 acres  cleared and In lawn with fruit  " trees and shrubs, excellent soil,  FP $68,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: 3.bedroom home  on 1.67 acres. Spacious open plan  of 1320 sq ft. Has ensuite off of  mastor bdrm. Home has family  room ft ( utjllty. Reduced,  drastically In price for immediate  , salo.F.P $48,000.  '"._;,..,  PRICE SLASHED ��� $45,000 for a large 2  bedroom, full base.ment, 1288 sq ft home.  All wall, to wall' carpets, flat level lot,  sundeck and brick fireplace, with an extra  flue   for   a   heater  .in   basement,   Handy  locdtlon. f,P $45,000.'  ������<*'     i        . ���     ��� ���- ��� .-  DAVIS BAY SEAVIEW: Quality built family ''  homeTWalklng distance to swimming ft  fishing. Approx 1800csq ft finishbd floor  ��� area. Large living room with huge cut stone  fireplace. Sliding doors t6 large sundeck.  Privacy for outdoor living. Two bedrooms*on  main floor, family TV room. "Bedroom with  private bath on ground level. Expansive  slafe entrance. Cdrport, fenced and land-  scaped.-Some.nlce shade trees. REAL VALUE  HERE I FP $63,500.  6+ ACRES ON REID ROAD:  Mostly cleared, some fruit trees ft  yr-round creek. Property mostly  fenced, front ylard landscaped ft  In lawi^Hquse Is yery large 2300  sq ft, 2 fps, sOvdral sets of  plumbing, Kitchen ft LR have been  completely remodelled. South  slopo, all usable Jd'nd. FP $85,000;  r  i-Jt"  rx  '���r^^'.'i^'V.'  7771 X  ''"T  fifiitk;'  %��A PENDER HARBOUR: Madnlra  1 Castlo ^- unique homo for value ft  jlocatlorv, 2800 sq ft with  jjbrqathtaklhg - view. Decor Includes original murals, sunkon  'gold bathtub & extensive'cedar  Jwork. Doublo windows  I throughout and odjy to hoat. FP  | $72,000, ;;v  r#,?V t  'M,.  t)(7,<;u  CREEKSIDE PLACE (West Sechelt)  MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION  Thli dovalopmtmt U axcluilvaly deilgned for tho, on|oymont of rtiobllo horn*  o*P����i jlliglf ond doublo, faaturlng sowor tyatom, pavod roadt, largo lott  Idoal for gardening and cloio to a icbool. All thU and ownorthlp at last than  normal pad Vontalll  ���\ 'IN  J     ���   �� ���,      ^C/VJt**af ��/*>*':  tnl���]/y,,     'S*>ffr<g     "  ���'.     >'  "��� 4  %  I srtmirl  >��'.�����  * ....  0 T0?,9 ho  ' "im*-���!  ll'r-lX \��l  #�� �����  O-'Ajiil tc, i'  if at w  i %  I .J/7..*>..x2l  '''suLmi'' .if.!^.,  a* a*  -k  NOTEi    Dlilaiicos    aro  thoyvn In motroi.  -1 motro ia3.2Q foot   ; /; ' ;   ^s  \  ���^  l��l>  v;^.  Vt,',?.),'  ��"*,  .. i1>,  PRia SCHIDULR '       ,',     ' N^ '\f. 'V  \2,,3,Qtk%,������J ,,.,,,A, ,.��fa,S00.. .,.....: x         ��� ' v \  LOt3 . 11,900  Lot 4 V       13,900  LotS  '���',' fat by ��t*%;-*\ja\    .     ���     ., ,,, ,���..,,-���..,..  Wt7                 v     10,000    Lot 14, , V * o' 900;  /Mta*          '   \   10,000   Lot 18 Vaoo  iiW-V *���'���"���:'- ���'"10,B00" toTW* '~""9,aoO'-.  Lot 10                      ia,B^p4  Lot 17 9,300  Lot 11                     14,800    Lotia, 9.800  p^i:'      ���'fto!-^..��.'l  fk ������������    %/*vf'  rt ROAD ��>�������'���� \ I. ,  11 ,~��i.iL~Jl'. !."',  I #�� a~a ^     "~\  I 14 J  ���1"   ,'.��"���    ).��  ,%.....*  i^rrj-r"- .jj'p' -#1*"1^  "��7���f-r-fl"      if ,  '\  it .*  ���0--U   -*/  ; ;"' 11,800,  LoM3 9,800  ,^;:.^pl1.00O^;^^tllt^r^^1J^^    v^.  9 '���'+���,-  s 10   if*  i'.. if" v    /'   7/"vs  '^e-fs^t-  *i  ���.s. "4lt.   ~_i-"-ii<n'ir-t*'  "v-'''- ^i^,\yr  *h$t  l(m  WEST SpCHELT: Alm'dst riow 1136  sq ft 3 bedroom homo,/Excollont  construction featuring wood  I pollings, skylights In bath room ft  entry ft largo prlvato sundock In  arep of i\ow homos. Basomont  has laundry, workshop and rec  room, Level, trood lot on sowor.  Asking $59,000.  m  M/Siil  ������-_, :     '   '",   '! ���   ;.,���,-..��� ,    " ���������        :     ������  .  ROBERTS CREEK:' Large treed, serviced lot closo to beqc�� ft  golf qourse. Quiet area/mobile homo permitted., FP $11,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1.18 acres with  100 foet road frontage, Excellent buys at full price $15,000  oach,'   '���.'.  ��*,  MIDDLEPOINT: 17-1/2 acros of boautlfully troed view  proporty, with, 300 foot highway frontago, Zoning permits  }'/2 acro lots'���-oxcollont holding proporty. FP, $45,000,  .forms. ���������..���  VILLAGE Of SECHELTi 3 bodroom,  1288 ��q ft noar now ranch stylo  homo, Doluxo carpots In largo  bodrooms, Flroplaco ft foaturo  wall In living room, Largo dining '  aroa, Bar kltchon wllh.fan, now ,.  stovo ft irldgo  Includod. 4 pco  .vanity .bath Largo, lovol, Jand-..,..  scaped lot. All foncod, Good  workshop plut metal storpgo  bldg, Closo to gov't wharl In  Socholt, $45,60Q,. full prlco,  ��t��  Xh.  SECHELT   VILLAGE) 'Comfortablo  ilnglo bodroom homo, Idoal,lor  Martor or rotlromont. Oobd'ilio,  ���living rpom,w||,h .franklin, 7k)f  jiiaMliaiJlia!^  .Vondor would coiv>l<}t��r torfylng  *j ii or * A/s (B ,furr��inT" iim��rt��t  rates, Aiking $33,9p0,  HALFMOON BAY: Family homo on good lot near wafer.  Basomont and mony othor foaturos, Bring all offers to  $44,500,   ' , '  ROBERTS CREEK: A flno building lot 72 x )05'( closo lo boach  accoss, Proporty l�� sipping to tho south, Pavod road, Asking  $15,Q00.   ' i  REDROOFFS AREAi Wlldwood Rd/, 125 x 200' lovel lot, vory  oasy to build on, Boautlful ovorgroon*. Prlcod for Immodiato,  .w|o_a.t.^lJ,,pp_q,u>i:iji1 _v ,Xm^,.,^....���.,,��� ��..,,���,,������,;,������.. ...,.���..,..���.  REDROOFFS AREA! Approx ono trood acro. 99' on Rodrooffi  Rd, Closo to boach and boat launch, Fully sorvlcod, Full prlco  only���,$l 1,500,,/ , ,  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT: Epsy torms -~ 20%  d(Jwn �� tho.  balance ovor oasy payment on this southern oxposuro vlow  - lot, Excavation ond cloorlnp havo boon dono, FP $12,900,  SOUTHWOOD ROADl'Cloio to 1/B.pcre. Uvol building lot,  , Hydro and roglonal walor Crt" road, Chock ft comparo;, A|>  tractlvoly priced ot $9,450.,,, i  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK) 10 acros of lond wllh 3 bdrm noar-  now homo of 2376 ��q (I aluminum clad, fully Insulated  bulldlnp, Building It all w(rod for 220 powor and could havo  many u��o��, Concrete floor, cloar span. FP $09,900,  WEST SECHELT: Largo J.& acres (100 x 295) vlow lot on  Norwest Bqy Rd, Level and oasy to build on. Regional water,  cablevision, Offers to $18,000.  I  DAVID DAYMOTELi 10 s.c, units plus pWnor's homo, 4 lots  fronting on Highway 101 ft boach, 351,47' Irontago, largo  workshop ft storago, Soiling under assessed value, $225,000,  Jj^Vv-^.-:.-^3��*^;itf^ "7, ^,#1C  /  WATERFRONT - HOPKINS LANDING: 2 ad|olnlng beach front  lots, oach 50 x 200', Older typo 3 bdrm bungalow on ono lot,  Could bo rostorod, Lots-lovol with safe moorago In front,  Excellent buy at FP $7^000. .���  '  WEST SECHELti-l/STacro trood vlow lot'ln a qulot rosldontlal  subdivision ofl Mason Rd, This will bo tho finest residential  aroa on tho coast, Tho lot has all 'facilities including sewop,  Lots of topsoll. FP $15,500,  FRANCIS AVENUE; Redrooffs ��� 2 bodroom cqttogo on 1,54  ocros of land With fruit troos and a good gardon. Almost 1/2  cleared. Cottago Is vory coiy with hoatllator flroplaco and a  carport, FP $47,500, ,   ,      ,       i  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME; B60 sq.lt .2 bdrm homo with ap.  pllancos, All wall (9 wall carpet, Coxy ft Inoxponslvo to hoat,  Concroto drlvoway and parking sjab, fir Road location. FP  $43,500, term's. *        )   7  NUMBER l.O-SAWCQMEia coxy, noor.how 792 ��q:ft .2,  bodroom homo closo to tho boach at Chapman Crook, No  1 stairs, eloctrlc hoat, double glaring. Government prapalcj  loaso has ]9 yoars to run, FP $32,00p.  .  {^������ ���-  SECHELT VILLAGE: 3 acros measuring 330 x 660', Will  eventually havo a v|ow. Cjpso to tho arona, Try your oflor |o  $35,000, ^  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra lorgo 90 x 179'Jpt���cotn��r  location; oasy acco'ss. Excellent vlow ol Troll Island, FP  H3,500,   '   " ���. '  DAVIS BAY WATERf^RONTi i bodroom slngW lovol homo on  03 ft of tho bost watorlront wo can ollor. Largo sundock on  Iho vlow sldo, westerly outlook, Largo Mtchon/famlly room  combination. Living room Is 18 x 21-1/2' and has a lull brick  wall Jlroplaco, Tho proporty pl��d supports a workshop, a  panabodo playhouse and a boat houso on tho boach, FP  $79,900,  APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRES: Trood, g*nil��, southerly slopo,  260' highway Irontago, Somo morchantoblo tlfnbqr, Hondy  0. /location, closo to Joo Road, FP $31,000,     ��� ,  :./,..��.. , ...�����:   y:,'vr���,���t>^?.bjsm^,>tr:J-.V::A,'"4A��� ���'���-*{  CLEARED. IEV��L iOTi Smthmiji Vlllog* - 43,3 * 120', ftoody for  building^ Ownorwlll trado 6i part down paynWit on homo.-  Valurf $11,5P0,    1 '  00^' frwn boochj-rood ��te��M-,Thl�� l^t t% partially tloarod and  foncod, roody to build on. A qulot stroot closf ��o all facll  Ono ol a klnd'ot $16,900.  las,  Tr.  :}-%i" ' 1." -  ������i^tAmX',  ij...,,.,,  A '   ' '  ^WS^^lt^WMMIfiBBi^us^;  ,.,-^p^W ,���*-,..!, )-^  M��JlUlM��*��l JifM(*i  \  I      "  H(|l��|ni*/l��*��****f��i��t*i-t  ��� B-J( ��������(  =*Mtf**r#J*����^n a*  . vAta0n#��s*��,i^, ���*~J**��Hi*'wl��*]J.(t*lt*.H��*^'**iiMrfr'   1  I        ��/'  ���n iuk'h*"^ jt^viwniW,��iM^��*M>"��'w'-# 'v-*1 *  *I��n��*��mi-H<-��*������1vnm (.^frbkllit  H  ^ pVok^wi "(m*-*!* a  \ I  \ ,'  ' '    \l  ;>   1  ,V  I    e  A! .. w
The'Garden Corner
Indoor plant guide
By Guy Symonds
The popularfly^>Fflowering andloilage
pot plants has been a fact of life for many
years, but it is only (comparatively
recently that the built-in permanent
growing area has become a feature in the
home and in commercial areas as well.
Unfortunately in these latter locations all
too-often whoever was responsible for the
landscaping effort either knew nothing or
cared nothing about the horticultural
needs of the installation. The result is a
pathetic mess.,    y   ,
A pamphlet issued by the horticultural
branch of the B.C. Ministry of Agriculture
and identified as "HC 82" discusses indoor
plants,and planting areas under half a
dozen headings. These include light,
watering, humidity, temperatures, soil
aftd fertilizers, and insects. There is a
section, too, with a list ofjjJilntsTdentified
as to their light and heat requirements
under a section headed "Choose the proper
—plants^ : ——
never b§ used as sites for growing plants.
How often in the new: office complexes
particularly in the suburbs, does one see
this mistake.        *■
On the matter of watering, the instructions are that while it is not usually
necessary to, water every day, the
situation must be watched and. the plant
should never be allowed to get to the stage
where it, is obviously wilting, \tyater,
drainage and depth of soil are all' connected. Enough water but not so much as
to waterlog the soil, and if there are no
drainage holes in the container, this must
be carefully watched". Generally speaking,
plants need more water when they are
actively growing than in the winter,
especially if they are of a species that
"rest"., "    -
Then there is the soil and the more of
this there is in the container'the easier it is
to keep it properly moist.	
On the subject ot light the statement is
made categorically that the most common
cause of poor growth _pf_ indoor plants is_
poor light. It is not necessary, however,
thatthere bedirecrsunlightTandeveiTsT
northern exposure is sufficient if the
window is large enough, though-admittedly an east or west exposure is
preferable. If ttie only available light
sourceis a squftern window, care must be
taken that the plants do not" stiffer from
There is an active interest in "tropical"
Ihe warning is given too that poorly-
ghted-entrance halls and.dark corners
are .completely- unsuitable and should
plants at ttie present time and it must be
borne in mind that-these will not thrive in
ivery_ dry atmosphere-ILthis Js_the_con-
dition to whidfa/they are_sub,jected.-the-
leaves should be moistened witii a fine
spray of tepid water. Avoid the practice of
waxing the leaves to make them shiny.
This is like painting your skin and has the
same effect on a plant by blocking the
- PprcS-by. which A breathes- _ _
^On the matter of temperature most
plants will do well in the customary 70F to
75F and are grateful for a 10 degree, drop
at night. They should n6t be near, a
radiator or hot air outlet and must never
be exposed to drafts. Very few plants cari
survive this kind of treatment..
There should be 10 inches or more
depth of soil in the planter. If it is possible
to get well-rotted manure, it makes an
ideal growing medium When mixed with
equal amounts oi ordinary soil and peat
moss. If, as is generally the case, the
be half soil and half peat with the. addition
of blood and bone meal at the rate of two
ounces to every square foot, of planter
surface. A smaller amount may be added
a couple of times during spring and
summer. If chemical fertilizers are used
be very sure the directions are followed
precisely.otherwise you may burn your
Generally speaking houseplants do not
suffer from attacks by insects. A
Malathion spray will control aphids and
mites if their presence is indicated by
stickiness or speckling of, the. leaves.
It is not necessary or indeed possible to
list all the plants to which reference was
made earlier, but fo give some idea of the
scope, it is noted that there are seven kinds
that like direct sunlight, 12 that will
tolerate poor light, half a dozen that will
thrive in hot, dry rooms of which prac-
Wednesday, November 15, 1978 The Pfeninsula Times PageB-5
as needing good light, but which do not
require direct sunlight.
The author of the pamphlet points out
-that-is by no means a completeiistradding-
that all or any of them will reward you for
a .little extra care and attention.
Home computers
Although sold in the States
for a few years now, minicomputers for the home- haye
only recently been marketed
in Canada. " ™~ '
 These- units,—from- nine-
hundred to two thousand
dollars, may revolutionize
family life — or at least make
it, more efficient, Programmed to store such information
as birthdays, anniversaries,
medical and business appointments, one push of the
button will feed back this
information daily.
They' are also capable of
keeping track of the kids,
recording bank balance,
storing recipes and organizing'
the house hold budget and'
income tax data.
Cheaper models are do-it-
yourself " kits for home
assembly. Although perhaps
average household^ the-
spokesman for a local
marketing firm says, rtthe
field is brand new with much
growth potential".
Perhaps someday, a minicomputer will be as familiar a
part of your home as the
kitchen toaster..
consultants ltd.
Box 1105, Socholt, B.C. VON 3A0
"•Sharing family land among the children?
Let us help you handle it.
683-8903 [Vancouver] 885-3189 [Sechelt]
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Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0
WeYe the Neighborhood Professionals.
Everywhere you look thefels valuo In this truly beautiful, home. Cathedral'entrance, 3
bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, lge,rec room, workroom plus one bdrm suite downstairs. Nicely
landscaped'and the price has been REDUCED to $57,000, Call Larry Reardon to see 885-
STARTER   HOME. ..   $2000
down. Dandy 2 bodroom homo
with half basomont. Largo
kitchen with cupboards. Stove
ond frldgo Included/ Asking
834,000. Chuck Dowmqn, 885.
Magnlflcont ocoan vlow lot. Fully serviced, on sower, 65 x 110',
Closo to all amonltlos, Builder's torm» avallablo, Larry Roardon,
885-9320. - *
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UP a DOWN DUPLEX     "    ' ,$49,600
Largo 3 bodroom with oxcollont rovonuo potential, locatod on I
acro noaf Roborts Crook on Highway 101, Vondor will consldor
offors, Ed Bakor, 885-2641.
Wilson creek
3,66 acros, 408 ft of highway frontago fjy/396 fl doop on Airport
. Road, Present rovonuo of ,15700 por anni/mj Ownor will consldor
, torms, Kon H, Wolli, 806-7223, '
' 't/SRDTof ANACRE    f $l,500dn
Wator It on thlf bobutlfully trood lot fronting on .two roads.
Excollont vlow potontlal, Full prlco S] ?,500, Chuck powimarV, • ,M
005-9374,      '■  ii.    •"•ipi  ■!■< "r,|"p" ' ' l ,  ,
At Sondy Hook wo hctvo this 100 + watorfront lot, cloto to road
ond ad|olnlng with an excellent vlow, lot that f|ot next to B,T,       ,
Larry Roardon, 083-9320.
... '  :: .", TUWANRK x.,.. ,'	
PrivacyOAiORE ,, $10,000
Third of an« ocro with ttocage thods and groat building slto.
Already cloarod, Chuck Dowman. ,088-9374     ..       «_„w.tlflCi_,v.
- StCMItT Vtlt AOf"-—~p~-p«-«™~^
Now d#luxo 3 bodroonv 'ull l^somont homo <>f  1320 tq ft,
comploto approx 3p day't, Largo LR, DR aroa with FP, kl|chor\ It a,,
houiowlvtt't dr'oom wllh built-in bar-b-q. full doublo,plbg. All
foatoras must bo toon to bo approcldtod, Ed Dakor, 005-2641,     .
1 1.17 acro», nlcoly trood, gentle slope to SW, will havo a good
view whon somo trees come down. Ed Bakor, 885-2641,
$2,500 PER ACRE ,
Complete1 privacy, yet'only 10 minutes from Sochelt, 25 acres
mostly lovol with gentle sIoro, Road and hydro td property,
CWk Dowman, 885-9374.'
,   $66,600
Attraetlvo Spanish type 3 bdrm bunjjfblow, approx 3 yrs built.
Largo LR 20x20 with fireplace, opon beam ceilings, DR, family
kltchon, All bdrm* largo, mastor onsulto, w/w throughout, Largo
workshop at rear. Floor aroa 1584 sq, ft. Ed Bakor, 885-2641,'
1/2 ACRE ANDVIEW       ' ,       •       • $18,600
'Fabulous seml-cloarod lot with gontlo slopo to south, Good
12x20 storago building Included, .Easy walk to boautlful
Sargent's Bay, Chuck Doyvman, 885-9374, #
WELCOME VjlOOOm .. ■      ...     $9,500«$9,700
Two oxtra largo lots, 125 x 200', Larry Roardon,.005-9320. '
Boautlful 1/2 acro lot loadod with troos on blacktop road, with
hydro and wator. Larry Roardon, B8J>-9320. , ,
HALFACRElOT , $,fl(00o
Largo troed lot at tho corner of Redrooffs Rood and tho road to
. 5«rfl«P!JaYtSorylcod.Yvllh,hy«tr.Q.qnd walor* Lorry Roardon.,006.,,
9320, , ,
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Nor'Wott Bay Rd, woodod lot, 150 x, 70; *onod R2, trailers
allowod, Sign on, Ed Bakor, 888-2641, /
MONEYMAKER '•   _     y m>m
2 yr old 3 bodroom full bsmt homo on ono acro, Llvo In. whllo you
do the finishing. Chutk Dowman, 885-9374, '
Rock bluff'building, tlto on, thlt 3,5 acro woodod proporty, would
provido torrlflc vlo^ oyoc pptturo |anjf, All-yoar stream, Eaty
ttfl'njik tivdllablo, Chuck Dowmari, 085-9374,
Soml-watorfront proporty, |ust acrott the'Narrow* Brl'dge and
facing Bargain Harbour. Troed and good for building on, with
|utt tho road botwoon you and tho wator. Larry Roardon, 805-
9320, , '      ,;        .     ,        ,  , ,
•22-acro working roncli, all foncod ond crott-Unc«d, Good largo
barn, good patturo and iomo fruit troot, All yoar round water
tu|»ply, And for tho lady of tho houio It hat a mpdwaiWr,^,
linrrtOvHflf '%IH»I«<-sr
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Offices at:
Toll Free: 682-1513
Phone 886-2234
Offices at:
Toll Free 682-1513
Phone 886-2277
"RTR. 2, Gibsons, B.C., VON IVO   '      :
POPLAR LANE: Three bedroom home witrfS*
two fireplace's. Ensuite in master bedroom,
full unfinished basement, double windows.
This home is in a very convenient location
close to all amenities. $4,8,500.
MARTIN ROAD: You" coUldn'J. wish for a
better centered location in Gibsons, being
withini easy walking distance to shops,
schools and harbour Spacious arid comfortable one level home Ifi excellent condition featuring large living room, .three
bedrooms, one full bathroom plus powder
room off living area, huge sundeck. Landscaped lot and a beautiful view. $47,500. '
POPLAR LANE: Brand -new'three bedroom
home,   ensuite,   full   basement.   Walking
distanced4o    schools,    shopping    and
-recreationr-Fantastic price"for'crneW'homB-
of this size. $45,900.
DAVIS & SHAW ROAD: A Gold.Meddllion
four bedroom'family home. Three levels of
luxurious living. Four' bedrooms, two
bathrooms, two h6t water- tc^ks. Family
room, rec'room and utility. Double.glazed
windows and separate entrance to
basement. $57,000.
home. Very attractive brick front. Extra
insulation. Three bedroom, full basement,
dining room. Two fireplaces. $65,000.
PARK & REID ROAD: Spacious home
featuring three bedrooms. Living room ond
dining room. Large kitchen. Basement has
separate suite'and large 36 x 13 garage. 20
x 14 rec room. $56,000.
TORNSON^ROAD: New~home under con-"
-atr.u,clLoo,.IhfiJ.deql..tLoae.,l.Q.p.ufcJ^nsft is right
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HANBURY ROAD: Panabode home featuring
stain glass windows, skylights,- and shake.,
roof situated on 12 acres in Roberts Creek.
Flume Creek runs through-middle of
property which includes A-frame guest ■
cottage and 16x16 workshop with 220
wiring. Partially cleared and-fenced with
vegetable garden. $67,500.
PARK ROAD:' Three bedroom home on 5 ,
acres in Gibsons. Property on both sides are
also for sale making a total of  15 acres
available for future development. A good
holding property. $79,500.
SHAW ROAD: Incredible potential. Ranch
style two bedroom home, completely
remodelled. 16 x 12' master bedroom,
fireplace, beautifully landscaped and
the seclysion and privacy of this hobby farm
YMCA ROAD: Ranch style home with four
bedrooms and family room. Through hall,
dining space, large kitchen and living room
"with~fireplace"Nlcely landcapecTlot with
child's play house. $49,500. *
POPLAR LANE: Three bedrooms, master has
ensuite. Nice bright kitchen. No need- for a
second car in this convenient location.
NORVAN ROADrArthe-top of the hill in
West Sechelt. This brand' riew three
bedroom.home in an extremely quiet area
offers incredible features. Large 95 x 129'
lot^ size. Feature, lights dboy^ the^ireplace.
Extra large bathroom . wfffi* .twin seal"
skylights, AIM^feanioceanj[figw-^45i;QEe--
$49,900. p-pv--.-~-.jj-~:„-_-- .z=r.r.
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WILS£>N CREEK:-^Over one-half acre of incredible 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
now, so you can choose your colors. Three   with three outbuildings. But thdt's not all!   __\
bedroojns, dining room, family room and   The property is 5 acres with  spectaculs^rfiB^
utility room. Garage. $48,500. view from over half the property. Fronts on g|
jfShaw Road with Stewart Road dedicated on mt
1760 SCHOOL ROAD: Cozy, comfortable 4
bdrm older home on large lot. Conveniently
located between Upper and Lower Gibsons.
Several fruit trees. Zoned for multiple
dwelling. Excellent starter home and a good
investment and holding property. $32^)00.
YMCA R^AD: Langdale. Excellent ^quality
"built "*2-T/2~yrVoid "spal:1ous~fw6~bedr6om"
home with1—finished abasement, two
bathrooms, two fireplaces. Large 21 x 13
living room, large kitchen' with lots of
jc^toatds^^parate^dinlngjared.,.; drapes,
and~r^ny"extrdisr$54,9607~7"~ ^~'
"The view facer'Zobed^R'Hrrthe-Village-of-j
Gibsons. $79,900. . ,   „   ■   \ . I
PRATT ROAD: 2.87 acres out of the ALR with |
road allowance qt bock of property. House ■
is completely remodelled inside. Attractive^.!
fireplace, knotty pine kitchen,-three large |
bedrooms and den. $55,000. . -   §
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JOE ROAD: Roberts Creel*: This is a well- |
kept three bedroom family home in a treed e
setting of 1.55 acres. Home features large £
rec room in thebasement plus a spare room |
jjorage^space.    Separate   dining    room.  I
bedroom, two bathroom home could, be.the
\home you're looking for. Full bqsement with
rec room, utility and roughed-in plumbing.
Intercom inside and out. Large sundeck over
carport. This home is located on a quiet
secluded view lot, yet convenient to the
Village of Gibsons-: Special price $56,000:
CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Executive home on
acreage over 2100 square feet of floor
area. Two fireplaces, formal living room
and dining room. Family room and eating
area. Double attached garage all on 4.38
-acres. Unreplaceable at $97,500.
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 not
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. " "  "~_      . -
like area.then over your own creek and
behold a two bedroom home nestled on the
edge of approximately two acre clearing in
pasture   and   gardens   with   sunny   south
- slope. Wooded area to west rounds out the
total of 5 acres.' One of a "kind offered at
::$8Q-,006.' "'. ''.
NORTH ROAD: Immaculate   1974 Neonex
mobile home set up on landscaped 50 x"139.
pad in Comeau Trailer Court. $12,900
Indian   Reserve!   Three   bedrooms,   stone
fireplace. A truly beautiful spot. $36,750.
FIRCREST PL.: Three bedroom home in quiet
rural subdivision surrounded by ALR
properties or* all sides. One mile from
schools and shopping. Large xjpen living
room with fireplace. The full basement has
a finished fireplace for your rec room ideas.
$49,900     .    -
SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot close to ferry
Now.Gibsons Village has lots fbiJ.single^'wid0s,'~d(^ble''wides.'.an'd':cpnv
:  ventional hohnes, all on %ewer, water, hydro and all within 3 blocks of the
-shopping centre, schools and medical clinic. Come in and discuss a unit and
' a lot as a package deal with approved bank financing. Lots priced between
$10,900 and $13,900 depending on view and size.    ■
terminal and ocean viewTTrianguIar shaped
-lot with good building site. $14,000.'.   ' ■'
CrtERYL ANNE PARK RD: Roberts Creek,
Large lot with beautiful trees and some
view on quiet cul de sac in area of fine
•homes.^Before you decide see this attracive
terms. $12,500.
UPLANDS RD: Tuwanek.'Ideal recreation lot'
in beautifully Wooded and park-like setting.
Zoned for trailers. This ^overlooks Sechelt
Inlet and the' Lamb Island. $8,900.
WAKEFIELD RD: Good building lot on water
and power overlooking Georgia Strait and
the froll Islands, This Is a corner lot In a
newly bullt'-up area. $12,500:  ' v.
McCULLOUGH RD: Wilson Creek. Close to
one qcre of treed property with subdivision
possibilities. $22,500,     " *
watorfront as scarce as It Is this double use
lot represents real value. $33,000.
GOWER PT RD at 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of
view property. Approximately 80 x 250'. R2
zoned with 21llstrnctI76"bulldlngsifes, Local
by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property,
Partially cleared/Close to Gibsons and
close to the beach. $16,900,
SOUTH FLETCHER: Aticbool Road. Two lots
40 xl60 each. One lot htfs a cottage which
couldJbe. rented, these lots are mostly
cleared and ready for building. A spec-
lacu1ar~vlew of the entire Bay area "and
Keats Island. $27,500.   „
GRANDVIEW & PRATT: Building lot In a*fast-
growing area. Approximate size Is
146x141x74x125. Present all bffers on the
asking price of $11,500.       ,
SCHOOL RD: Three view lots 73 x 110; On
sewer, Three blocks from schools and
shopping, centre. Cleared for building.
$16,000 each,  .' . !
LAUREL RD, Sechelt: On the high side of the
road, this Davis Bay view lot .will be all your
dream home ever Imagined, Priced to sell
qnd^waltlng for you to build on, $14,900.
LAUREL RD, Sechejt: Approximately, 72 x"
297' nicely treed. Sortie clearing on the lot
will  create  a   beautiful  Davis   Bay   view.'
Almost 1/2 acre.of view property is hard to'.
find; $17,900,
LANGDALE RICJGE: NICe water view frpm
this bargain priced lot. $8,950.
MAPLJE ROAD:,."97,of ah acre on Maple Road.
(drive down Pino Road), Southern exposure
with water add island view, $19,000.
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Only 4 of those Duplex lots left, Beautiful view properties overlooking tho Bay. Close/
to schools and shopping, All lots perfectly suited to slde-by-slde orvup-down duploxi
construction, Prlcod at $15,500 and $16,500,
11EEK ROA^: Nlwly Irood 2 plus q?r9» op-
proximately 140 xJ625, Hydro to the lot lino
wllh roglonal watqr by spring 1979. Nlcoly
socludod, yet close to oasy,occoss booch,
Ideal for' your pormanont homo,
rocroatlonal homo or simply as a holding
proporty. $21,500?
MARTIN RD; 3,4 park-llko acros, Accoss
from side road will secure prlvocy. Nicely
trood, Closo to the vlllago, $29,900,
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HOliGH 8, MALAVIEWi 4,75 acros of level
park-like land ad|acont to Cedar Grovo
School, Zonod R2L. Tho Ideal holding,or
devolopmonl proporty, $42,900,
Lot X9 $11,900
Lot 2Q $12,900
Lot 22 $14,?00
Lot   24   $12,900
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2 bdrm home Is 5 mln, from New Brighton wharf, Larry Roardon,
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■\<< .K.  .1���  *?*  Federal government housing assistance programs  PageB-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 15,1978  National Housing Act  Since 1954 when the present  National Housing Act was1  introduced, over 1,000,000  Insured Mortgage Loans have  been granted for the purchase  "ofnp^jr-BuQt^aT^xrsting���at-t^ne^rest^MHCTofficer  homes. These loans, which are    Loans for Existing Housing  CMHC on a local and regional  basis. (In all cases the lending  value is established-by CMHC  aqd may vary from the actual  market price.) Changes in  figures are always available  probably the most familiar  housing help to those in the  real estate profession, allows  borrowers up to 95 per cent of  the value of the home, which  can be repayed in up to 35 or  even 40 years. /  Approved Lender* Loans  -  These  are  NHA "loans  provided   by   private   companies such as  chartered  banks, life insurance companies and trust and loan  companies authorized by the  federal government to lend  under the_,terms .of-the Act. A  list of lenders is always,  available from the nearest  CMHC office.  Direct Loans  -from-  Loans to aid in the purchase or purcase" and improvement of existing houses  are also made under NHA  regulations. For a single unit,  95 per cent of the first $47,000  of lending value, plus 75 per  cent of the balance up to a  maximum established by the.  corporation on a local and  regional basis may be  borrowed. Comparable loans  are available for a duplex or  both units of a semi-detached  dwelling, for the improvement  of a property already owned  or for refinancing a property.  The principal purpose of this  - assistance  is   to   provide  greater opportunity'for people  ~Jto:o.wn and imprwe^thetrrovmi  dards are developed, by a  Committee of representatives  from CMHC, government and  private industry and the  requirements are set out in  "Residential. 'Standards"  -which_f orms~a~partnof" the"  National Building Cojje. Inspection is carried ovltat least  three times at fixed stages  during construction.  Mortgage repayment is  amortized for the life of the  loan,   arranged   in   equal  ��� monthly istalments which  include payment of interest-  "and priricipal'~an3~an amount"  " equal to one-twelfth of' the  estimated annual municipal  taxes. As a general rule the  total annual payment on  principal, interest and taxes  should not exceed 30 per cent  of the annual income of the  borrower, including a portion  or all of the spouses's income.  -Thrapplirantmusfprovidear  least 5 per cent of the lending  valued towards the purchase  from his o,wn resources.  Pitch-lA  m\\m\\^mSm9l\\/miS^m!m.l\\[l\l  Mifilw MnW WB  are available only in Those  ' areas not normalljrserviced  by approved lenders.  __Loans_foiLNewrHomesl    At-the- present Jime, in-.  sured loans may be made to  the owners of new homes for  up to 95 per cent of the first  $47,000 of lending value plus 75  ��� per cent of the-balance-up to a  maximum  established  by  homes.  General Information  To ensure the housing it  supports is a sound _ investment, the Act_ fequires  CMHC to determine lending  values of properties,  prescribe construction  standards and perform  . compliance���inspections-  during construction. Stan-  TRUST AND INTEGRITY  MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  Inform any Real Estate Agent of your choice to  represent you  as  the   PURCHASER  when   in-'  specting any of the shown listings... he will  liave your interest at Fteart!    ~   .  MULTIPLE LISTING #41344 FAIRMONT ROAb, GIBSONS  Constructed 1977 ��� 3 bedrooms. 3 baths, 2300+ sq ft, fully  finished area on two floors. Sauna, rec room, oil-fired FHA,  double windows throughout, large decks, two" brick  fireplaces, double garage with automated doors. Large  ���concrete: parking area with driveway situated ona 1.6 acre  ravine lot with southeasterly,exposure. Underground services and sewer, dbmplete privacy and unobstructed view  over Shoal Channel dnd Keats Island within walking disfance  of all services. Now offered at $68,000 which is well below  assessed values.       ~      " r-  AELBERS REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL LTD.  #120, 1575-W. Georgia, Vancouvar, B.C.  ��y  Mitten Realty Ltd.885-3295  V  HOMES  pAVIS BAY ��� VIEW I $53,000  This immaculate view home has  approx 1092 sq ft on main floor-plus,  ground level third' bedroom, rec  room;���workshop- -&���utility;���Paved���  driveway to carport, landscaped.  Look for sign on Greer Rd near  Chapman. For more info .please call  Corry Ross.  LANGDALE  $89,500  Semi-waterfront with beach .-access.  Spectacular view, of Gambier Island  and Howe Soifrid. Three bdrm, 2  bathrooms, indirect lighting and two  fireplaces are a few of the features  of this spacious home. Lots of privacy  "ion-this parklike' properly situated"  on the north side of the ferry slip on  Smith Road. Don't miss seeing this  home. Call Terri Hanson for more  details.  -Gibsons:�����- _==_.. .--$49,500   Here is a home with a  basement  where the children candatfieir thing^  without   disturbing   anyone. - Large  convenient kitchen, lots of counter  and cupboard  space. Spacious yet  cozy living room with a fireplace, 3  ;   bdrms upstairs and a possible 4th in  '���.  the basement, close io.all, ameplties.  ^-Gall-Suianhe-Dunkerton-to-view-this  V lovely home,  -p  HOMES  DAVIS BAY $69,950  1536 sq ft family horrte located on  view lot. Home features large master  bedroom with'ensuite, large kitchen  "with first Ifne cabinets','dining room",  living room with spectacular  fireplace and many other comforts.  1536 sq ft of downstairs area also  available to giee you room to  ,br,flflthfl,.rA^rqi��Xitity.._hdme.~Jor,Tryour^  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but qj pleasure  WATERFRONT  SECHELT  WATERFRONT  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C? VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  LANGDALE '" $89,500  Semi-waterfront. Hidden " paradise  with easy access to beach. Ideal 3  bdrm and family home. Well-planned  kitchen'with separate dining room.  Sliding doors open on to a secluded  patio. Two fireplaces - plus quality  construction are a few of the many  features. A spacious & elegant home.  :��gll3srriiac aaoppointment _E.vJ6.wr  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT $79,500  We offer for your inspection this fine  three bedroom home with unimpeded view and path to pebbly  beach. Cedar and glass abound in  this thoughtfully planned house. A  cozy fireplace, hardwood floors and  quality rugs grace this charmer. Call  Ann Ibbitson for an appointment to  LOTS    *  CHERYL-ANN PARK ' $15,500  A view - a creek -centrally Ibcated In  Roberts Creek with 94 feet of  creekside ��� 164 feet deep ���"prime  residential lot. Call Don Sutherland.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS $10,000  Build your country retreat^and enjoy  the Inlet view of mountains and  water. Lot is serviced with telephone  and underground wiring. Call  ; ��� Suzqnne-p wkertonrT'r-r-T-^ ���^  comfort   and   enjoyment.  Call   Don  Sutherland.  ROBERTS CREEK $40,500  Lovely-view from this-latge-private-  lot. Older 2 bdrm home, roomy  kitchen and nook, lots of cupboard  space, spacious living room that  opens onto a slate patio surrounded  by shrubs & ornamental trees. This  properly is made'for a young family.  - Phone-Suzanne foe viewing-    '*'-  PRATT ROAD -. $53,000  Handsome fireplace for those cozy  winter nights.   Carport  and   12x20  ^orkshop,__separa��eJLdining._fjoom,-  wood panelling, large kitchen are a  .-few���features77thqt^enhance ]Kis7  spacious homer-Situated on one acre.,  of excellent soil. Call Terri Hanson^  for viewing.  COMMERCIAL  WATERFRONT LOTS  Two side  by side ��� 110 feet of  frontage and 95 feet of frontage. Just  7   miles   from   Sechelt   with   good  "moordger$287500dnd~$2870007 Call"  Ann Ibbitson.  SANDY HOOK $27,500  Well located view lot approx 70 x  200' on Coracle Road. Sign on. Call  Corry Ross.  SECRET-COVEzz^     ���$68^00 REAWTCTBUiED  SELMA PARK $12,300  Large building lot in developed area.  Some lovely trees. Build at the back  and retain your privacy in the front.  Call Suzanne Dunkerton.  ACREAGE  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 Terri  Hanson for more interesting details.  -RETIREMENT ENTERPRISE���   Live in this attractive 1500 sq ft  house_wjth._20_x_40 swimmjng pool.  You also have a twenty, pad -trailer  park with room for expansion on this  six acre view property. Good income  with low overhead. Call Ann Ibbitson..  ACREAGE 8 TRAILER       ~     $38,000  . Largely cleared -into���bright.-^sunny-  homesite. Good well, driveway In,  trailer set Op on pad, quiet location. .  Call Ann ibbitson to view.  ROBERTSXREEK "="' $50,000  -4^;gcresu in upper Roberts Creek. -  Large" three bedroom' famfly_lT6me '���"  4th bedroom unfinished. Livingroom  large &; comfortable featuring logs  across the ceiling. Large kitchen with  a   family   atmosphere.   Vegetable  garden has had lots of "goodies" put  into it and the soil is excellent. Here-  "ir*a propefty~WhiSfer"a~famlly-\cdn,  grow.  Call  Suzanne  DunkertcJnNo  Approx 370' of waterfront with SW  exposure.  Older   2   bdrm   cottage,  private- dock  with   good  sheltered  moorage. Call Corry Ross.  CHAPMAN CREEK  1-3/4 acres of flat land located at the  "mouth of Chapman Creek. Lovely' 2  'bedroom cedar home with separate  guest bedroom. Offered at a most  reasonable $75,000. Call Ann Ibbitson.  MINUTESFROMSECHELT^- ,$55,000  - Waterfront with spectacular view of  ���Tra[IJslands/J-;dcrei>tS6Vthv7e"sterly..  exposure.' Call Terri Hanson.  EXTRA FINE HOME $105.000  With 1.5 acres and 87.25 feet of  waterfront. Sitting high on a bluff,  you may see tomorrow. Call Ann  ibbitson.  EASTJ&RPOISE BAY $217000  1.3 acres of rural solitude. Private  driveway ��� treed ��� 145 x 405 ideal  for quiet living. Call Terri Hanson for  more info.  'GIBSONS BLUFF $110,000  .Executive _W_F home_on the .Georgia-  .Bluff. This is a large 4 bdrm home;  quality & space are only two of the  mony features of this home. Three  'large sundecks to enjoy 180 degree  view of Howe Sound, Islands S  mountains. Separate -2 bdrm guest  cottager-fully���insulated, on lower  level of this double lot. Call Suzanne.  $T379W~  View lot in Davis Bay, high on a hill,  yet lot is flat. Cleared, services at lot  line, blacktop road, lot size 70 x 125'.  Call Ann Ibbitson.  NORWEST BAY ROAD $23,500  Two  lots   side   by   side,   ideal   for  ~mobile"home  sites.   Buy   both "for���I  privacy   and    investment    or    buy  separately. Call Don Sutherland.'  ' TUWANEK  Here is the country retreat for you.  ..Cozy co.ttqge <*n=, treed-Jotr.jiDt -Jar-  from   beach.    Skylight    and    free-  csfahdjng, .fireplace!,, great ^Lvalue 7ST.7.  $19,500. Call Terri Hanson.  SELMA PARK      ' $22,000  View lot -30' from the ocean with  access to beach at door. Incredible  price but true. Here's a bonus ��� the  Vendor may finance. Call  Ann- lb- ~-  -bltsorn  ���L ^  KEATS ISLAND   __^:i__^��J^l  Ideal  for  that  summer  retreat, or  weekend hideaway. Good building  lot priced at a mere $7,500. Call Terri  for more details.  DAVIS BAY $16,000  A double ended lot with beautiful  view. Realistically priced. Cal|. Ann  Ibbitson.  DON SUTHERLAND  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046-  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive-  I Jm\  Vancouver  3343 Kingsway  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  OTHER OFFICE  TO SERVE YOU  Surrey  10474 137th Street  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue'  X .--I  ���.<!  K  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  We Are As Close As Your1  -885-2235M~m*^  Coast to Coast  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  Real Estate Service  ��� V*.  rap  ON  HOME  WATERFRONT  100'  1(4016  (I'll  ���M  4 bodroom, don, spacious kltchon, living room,  hugo entertaining room, largo sundock to appreciate tho magnificent panoramic view, Double  garago, Nlcoly landscapod with a variety of fruit  troos. Lot alio 300 x 100', Locatod In Wost Socholt,  Asking $07,000. $A WOOD, 009-2571' oves,   Ill ��� ..I-    ���!   i.ll.ll.1 ���      Ml   ���Mill',  i  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  ''      ������,.;-'  ������'        A. 7:      '   i . k     . ���..'.���      ���;   :' ���..���'���       ."y,'   .'.'.���' ..'���:���   ,'���.,.  For all your Real Estate needs���  we are currently advertising in:  ��� WESTERN PRODUCER  ��� CALGARY HERALD  ~jc THE CITIZEN  ��� NORTH SHORE NEWS  ��� PENINSULA TIMES  /          ���THE PRESS  CHARM,  GRACE, SPACE  twmmmmm*m^ff!ti  And much more. Great vlow from both floors, 3  bedrooms d>bath upper floor, main floor 1993 ��q.  ft, with big gracloui living room-flrbplaco; 1-1/2  L baths down. Kltchon, utility, Hot wator hoatlno too,  J Carport  and  workshop,  Drlvo  and   paths   aro  concroto, Fine gardon, doublo windows, FP  I $69,500. PETER SMITH, 085-9463 ovos.   '  A OOOD BUY | 039,18  For a man handy'With tools, Woll advancbd hot unf Inlahod  homo wllh'total of 2000 ai\ ft and carport on good-sized lot,  Double plumbing, 2 flroplacos, four largo bodrooms plus 2  oxtra dons, workshops or whatovor, Four now appllancos  too, Low prlco now $30,300, Socholi Village, JACK WARN,  806-2601 ovot,  ���  VALUE fit POTENTIAL  N4013  Locotod In popular Davl�� Dqy, noar|y now 3 l^odroom quality  homo with two 4 ploco balhi, attracllvo flroplaco, vfery nlcoly  laid oul kltchon and complotoly solkonlalnbtt iiiljo on tho  lowor, floor..Many plus foaturos which should bo soon,  Asking $66,600, BERT yVALKER, 008-3746 ovos.  We thank our many satisfied,  customers for their advertising.  TAKE ADVANTAGE-  TRY YOUR OFFER tf39?Q  A hoat lot 60 x, 150' In Gibsons cjoso to boat launching ond  amonltlos. Asking $11,500 full prlco, BOD KENT, 005-9461  ovos,  LEVEL WATERFRONT  W4009  "V  "A' ,  \    V  SWIM-SAIL-FISH JI397?   ,  From your own front yard. This cholco socludod watorfront '  ^bf for* all" Ihoso foaluros, plus "coinplololy furnUhod  1   bbdl-oom cottago and total privacy, IVlcod qt |Usl $291000, ' >  ��� '^uth;moo|��-, 005^213'ovoi:;��**��,������;'.,%������, 'ii'^JtLlm*ri<-.~^fX)rl.....(,x-yhy-  Have Your properly listed in  our catalogue to obtain this  Horo Is a lovol, accessible watorfront proporty of 1,'Q ocros,  wllh 129 foot fron1aa��-��iUho road. Asking prlco $42,500,  cash'offort, or vond/r will cdWv a Iprgo balanco at current  Intorost ratos, DONflADDEN, 0l��TW8a4jRrPETER SMITH, 005-  9463 ovos,    A ^**��^v\  \i  r*   ���  'fT    ���   v- **,..^      ���>', rtin.'ivWx,.,!.   ;   ',;.'...:...,vi;^,,y(l,.,i,|,p��^',,;.,;>/,:,,���; '_ ��,  ' i y    I        ..,  FAMILY HOME 03999  Pour b��droonfi family homo is an oxcollont buy with all qffors  ,    ,   contldorod byrownor, Asking prlco $49,000, Ploaso soo with  DON tOCK, 883-39U6 -v**.  .,�����..   i'i'i"p,p'.i -i'i,ii  i.T  ,���..�����  Ruth Moore  885-9213  X\  '  Don Lock  883-2526  ���;,.������,-,���fa-(.i.1���w.��,,,.  Peter Smith  885-9463  ... ���  i.   ..,  " t  DonHnddon        JlmfVood        Bert Walker  885-9504 885-2571 885-3746  ..,,,,.i,..j,j���,  j  ������������'">   Jack: Warn  886-2681  Bob Kent  '  John R. Goodwin  885-9461 $85-2456  Brian Cole  885-22te  iy  ,,**il*l ��.��iM��'"^*>��''W-T  (' I I  rr,^.^^,.,���,,. M^f. X- ,..,,���-.,(-��� ���..., -~- r -���   ) -   ,'fl'l  mm$&t&&#Mr*<iHiiMim I ^^i��*���,v^^%��[Ri��wM'ij#A*i^'^.*��*^,to ^j^ii^ti^^i^^ii#m��ita^  l'tB  *V2  m<t��i  ���Ifiyi ��lft^S^ti^^tW=����l#W*��������PS  >V!��i^3f!ii^lW(?ial!s^(*siM^^  '/:,'. .  ^*e^>r^m,-am^Mlflm^mm.vyi^.mMMn,,M,,,, '���' V  I,' \  \ ������  ���L  ���  French core curriculum possible for school district  Wednesday, November 15,1978.  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  ' In August of 1977, the Minister of  Education announced that "it is the policy  of the provincial government to make it  possible for parents to have a choice of  either official language as the language of  instruction for Jheir children." , "_  TfpfogfamTiasbeendesigned"for pupils  of French-speaking parents, providing a  core curriculum for pupils who are  capable of being taught prescribed subjects in the French language. The  program, for kindergarten to Grade /  \Seven, is a parallel version of the English  program and includes: Science,  Mathematics, Social - Studies, Physical  Education and Fine Arts.  It should be emphasized that this is not  an immersion-type program for students  wishing to ��.learn French as a second  language. Pupils enrolling in this program  must have parents who are Francqphone,  Jhat  is.  have" French  as  their  first.  language. Others who have reasonable  facility in speaking French may enrol  their children providing the children can  be taughityin the French language.  Parents  of School District No.  46  '(Egmont to Port Mellon) will be advised of  this .program by letter through the  elementary and secondary schools. Included with the lettpr will be ,an interest  survey'tovdeternuneH;he._ad^isability of  establishing a Francpphone_programj!L_  the area. Location of such a program  would be decided according to the number f  of responses from parents. 7       I  Parents of pre-school children who doi-  not receive the letter may obtain a copy at  their nearest elementary school or at the  district school board office in Gibsons.  The interest survey should be returned  to the schools by November 24,1978. Given  sufficient interest a meeting-will then'be  ^ararfigecrfor parents ancrSchooFDlstricT  personnel, at which time pupils may. be  registered for a September 1979 class.  Got the blues?  Want to get away from  it all?  Take a walk!  4  ������pamiEipacTian^��  Walk a block/Today.  :>  Christmas workshops planned  On November 25 the Centre for Continuing Education will offer a few  Christmas-oriented workshops. Deadline  for, registrations is November 20.  The making of gingerbread houses is an  art"all of its own.^udy'Maynard is a  recognized gingerbread architect and. she  will supply the technical information to  which, you add imagination and building  skills.  The planning meeting will take place on  November 25,-9-to 11 a.m. at Chatelech  Home Ec.'Room. Participants are kindly  available at extra cost.  Homemake linocards are fun to make.  Corlyn Cierman will teach students of all  ages how to cut patterns in lino and show  how to stamp .specially selected paper.  The' stamp can be used for Christmas  cards, wrapping papper, napkins or other  materials. The fee is $8 excluding  materials for this one-day workshop?���-  ^ day with Beryl Husband is planned to  teach you how to sew a variety of inexpensive presents. The1 workshop will be  held at Elphinstone and further details will  =reked-to-bring p'apef=and~parjfor;j'tlre7V be-available later  Shop Canadian  "design. The houses wLlTbe constructed the  following Saturday 9 to 11 a.m. The fee is  $6 excluding materials.  A three-hour flower arranging course  will he offereji by-Patsy Baker, 9 a.m. to  _jnooniit_ChateleclLAi��Jloom.JParticipants-  are asked to bring along wide-mouthed  jflfs and other foundations for decorations,  dried or fresh flowers* scissors and any  other materials that can be found in  ���nature: -The' fee-is~$5 and-materials~ are  A -half-day-workshop on- the use and  abuse of microwave-ovens will also be  offered.  Candlemaking. is a good traditional  Christmas activity. If you know somebody  -who-would likeftp-teach this subject, please  call Continuing Education.  t More ideas for Christmas Workshops  are welcome. Please register with 885-  3512, Continuing Education, no later than  -Noyember 20:     fo cumomtcc  6e avaitaMe fan J2 st&tut fo 4 fant,. ��� fo  4e^^^��<(^^ cfcuift cOtccf time tieecU;  5hM ^teAcnifittM Sendee.  s  \  SOME   OF  THE   MANY   USES  OF-DYNASCREEN-GIANT=  SCREEN J.V. ARE:_, ^  'Giant Screen Television Svstems for Homeand Business  Dynascreen has broken the price barrier in two-piece giant screen television. Now Is the  time to enjoy brilliant life-size television in your home or business. _  -SUPERB-HOME VIEWING:  turns your home into a private cinema. For  added enjoyment, connect your Dynascreen  to a video game or video tape recorder.  Video cassettes or feature motion pictures  can be purchased or rented, or you can  make your own television movies.      _  -SALE DEMONSTRATIONS;.   Local Representatives:  SUNSHINE COAST INDUSTRIES  P.O. Box 917, Gibsons; B.C. VON IVO  Telephone-886-7988 '���������;'-' :'���'..���'������ ���  gives your presentation added punch with a  picture up to 5.5' diagonal.  -EDUCATION:  allows an instructor to increase the size of  the viewing audience when compared to  the   screen   size   limitations   of   regular  television-  -HOTELS, MOTELS & RESORTS:  attracts  customers  and  offers  .from the competition.  -LOUNGES & RESTAURANT'S:'  - caters   to   the   customer  who   wants   an  evening out along with a television special.  -REMOTE LOCATIONS:  Dynascreen combined with a video tape  - recorder���'offers   a  .total    entertainment  package to liven up quiet evenings.  CALL FOR A  DEMONSTRATION  -DYNASCaEEMlM.isp-tho-trado-mark-ol-S&l-lndustrles-Ltclr-  Patents Pending. Industrial Design Registration applied tor,  All DYNASCREEN��� systems-Incorporate SCHUDEL quality video projection screens,  w  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  ' Rotor La,thor So.f.vlco for Disc Brakos  ond Drum Brokos  ' Volvo and Soot Grinding  ' All Makes Sorvlcod       Datsun Specialists   'f\.  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  BUILDING SUPPLIES  AC. RENTALS ft BOlLDING  k    SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park Phono 883-2586  CHIMNEY SWEEPS  Socholt  885-5181  BLASTING  Tod's Blasting & Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED   '  * Basements * Driveways f Septic Tanks  '""" Stumps vDHc|ilines  Call lor a Iroo estimate anytlmo  BB32734     "AlrTrackAyallabl.''*    883-238 S  I ED DONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  COAST BACKHOfc ft TRUCKING LTD.  * Controlled Blasting  * Soptlc Tanks Installed  " FULLY INSURED * FREE ESTIMATES  883-2274  i ���        '  BUILDING SUPPLIES  (cont'd)  I���ii���r"-     ���   ���' -"   "-     ���.. ��� -      ���H������������r ii ~ ii ii-ii ���  r-i ii ���    ii r i ��� i m  \ ��  L ft H SWANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  ��� wllh Rndl Mix plants     ,  "  in Secholt A Pender Harbour   ' ?'���'- ' ","'"'    [  .Backhoe* - Dumptrucks ��� 5and * Gravel  Ppr/iWse Bay RaV, BVm, '5��Ji��R V,  Pb, 885-5333 or 885-9666    BESAFEI '   Havo Your Chimney Cloanod Now  FOR'ALL CHIMNEYS & OIL STOVES  Call L&e Christian  883-9171  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Buslnoss Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Lottorhoads, Envelopes,  Raffle Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231 .,  CONTRACTORS  BUD'S TRUCKING  SAND - GRAVEL > FILL  lost d<?p��mdable(sorylce   (/ ( (  PHONE 886-2952  , Box 276, Olbioni   . p i��   CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  M.W. TRANSPORT  ft BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING-EXCAVATION-TRUCKING  (     .-,   Comploto SHc Preparation  Murray Warman     '���.'������. Halfmoon Bay  885-5648  '  J.Bl EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031   Dump Truck -Backhoo r Ccji  Walor, Sowor, Drainage Installation  Land Cloarlng  FREE ESTIMATES  ji  DISPOSAL SERVICES  , SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole'i Cove  ..,M.^.T��l.:..886.f2.%3e,Qr.8B5ii9i9Z3.  * Commercial Containers Avallablo  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  CABINETS - CARPETS - LINOLEUMS  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694,'Gibsons, B.C.  Blair Kennet, ia|es manager  Phono 886-2765  '  KEN DoVRIES & SON LTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS'- TILES - LINOLEUMS ��� DRApES  PAINTING  GIBSONS A SECHELT  885-3424  HEATING  SECHELT HEATING  ft INSTALLATION  Gas, Oil 8, Eloctrlc Furnaces  Flroplacos, Shoot Motol  Wayne Brackett  < ANDY'S PAINTING  Professional Intorior & Exterior Painting  Froe Estimate.  Commercial & Residential  885-5407  PEST. CONTROL  ^ PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES ���'���'  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641    ���  7Q& 1 Gllley AVe, Burnaby  SHOE REPAIRS  SHOE ft LEATHER REPAIR  Field Road  2nd houso behind tlomostoad Restaurant  - CORKING BOOTS  Open Mon. ��� Sat., 9 a.m, ��� S p.m.  885-5424  TIRES  Ph. 885-2466  Box 726  Sochelt, B.C.  ELECTRICIANS  u\  CM. CONTRACTING  Painting ft Insulation  FrooEslmotos    ,  You Nome ft ��� Weil Do U uy_^ >f,,  '���'r,,V��'-" :   885-9272  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Eloctrlcal Contractors  Rosldontlal & Commercial Wiring  ���   Pololino Installations  Electric Heating  i,       i\ i \\-\  \   \   v . 'lAA    V  Ron Sim 885-2062  Rick Sim  FLOORING-CABINETS  i i'i  ., ''- SUNSHINE KITCHENS   ,       Kitchen Cabinets ������   Specialists In Remodelling. .:,.,���  .LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an over-blooming garden  fruit troo pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO    Freo Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  SECHELT ORIR^TAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takohaihl  "���"���'        Call after"nU 885 9890 ';',  i'i ir.nv.ir-".''  ^���'���������'"7^:,  -.-.j*-1 f  Ij,  ����� Iri" *'"'''* K^'-V ar.i, :y~ Itli'.mammtm. mm*^   i>* �� , "..������'Vj('  '���*'  For Quick Results U��o'1lmo��' AdBrlols '  PRINTING SERVICE  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  RENTALS  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills,f pyimt TpoIs.  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generator!,  and Compressors ���  Highway 101 883-2585  at Proljcls Peninsula Road  ROOFING  v..  ROOFL AND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Kb  ���AAA',"/.'- ���:, ..WlfiMgnV ��� ^AyKtH^iJi^rtT^  Roofing Supply ConTr  886-2489  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshlnp Coasf Highway  Box 13, Gibson*, B.C.  886-2700  SALES ft SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, 0:30 am lo 5:30 pm  Friday evening by appointment only  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  ,..i,,1,,;;-1;p..Campl.flt��.Jr00,.S0I.VlC0'.'���.,���,.l ..,.,.,.,,........,  f'rompt, Guarahtuofjl, Insured Work  ,     Prlcos Yau Con lruit  Phone i, Rlsbey,  885-2109  nnvu ifi  in i vil ill  ;'^$)A^%2y^'��'X^  ���#���' ^  \ \  ���L  '.*-  v  Page B-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 15, 1978  MORE ABOUT ...  ���Sechelt hopefuls  ���FrQm Pagt B-l  know they talked a good deal.  WATSONjJThereis no "why". It either is  or it is not. In this case it is, otherwise it  could not proceed.   .  What do you see as other important  ^rissues in the November 18 election?  ^CHRISMAS:  The Whittalcer House  > question seems to be growing into an  ^ issue, and if it will bring4o light the  tendency of developers and-or other  groups to erect buildings on sacred park  lands, then it can become a good issue.  Two pf our local cartoonists had fun in  the local papers recently: One showing a  prospective couple being shown a  housing development on Soames Rd.,  with the caption, "and to think the  alternative was a park! IThe other was a  . pictorial dream of Whittaker House in   Hackett Park, with the caption, "Aw  come on fellas'*. ParRrareToTpeopfe -  not buildings.  Porpoise Bay could be next, but with  careful planning and supervision, it can  be   developed   beautifully   without  disturbing the ecological qualities of the  a.1 :���.. i."^ -rm  marsh and tidal flats  KOLIBAS: Not anything in particular. I  feel some people got carried away with  this Whitaker House ��� Hackett Park  thing, but I don't believett is an election  issue. Mr. Jorgensen brought it before  council as an "any other business" item  and when we sought to keep it until next  meeting he said.it was needing an immediate answer.  WATSON: The biggest publicity perceived issue is the 'Whitaker House"  proposal which some say will have little  lasting effect on the village's wen-being,,  "one way or the~other. I feel that there is a  moraWssue here that transcends...-,  whether or not a building on the park is  legally allowed or not.  -  ~=������  The community  inaction  There will be more than the clock in  Coast Cable's Gibsons licence area on  Chahnel 10 on Wednesday. t*r  ���If_you_live_between~tangdaie_and^the:  Cemetery and subscribe to cable you" can  see your community in action at & p.m. on  Wednesday. /  , The Elphinstone Student \RsearcK  Productions video-taped the Monday night  all Candidates meeting held at Elphinstone, at #rhich the Village aldermanic"  candidates and Regional Board directors  for Area F answered the public's  questions.  We have been loaned at time-base  corrector by BCTV and this makes it  possible for us, with^the courtesy and cooperation of Coast Cablevision to play  back the video-tape over Channel 10 for the  benefit of those who couldn't attend the  meeting.  ���v We would be interested to hear if you  watched it and any comments you may  have about the production.  MORE ABOUT ...  ���Recreation package  ���From Page A-l _^  of pollution to the-Bay; .the Pack and  Trail System including the trail up the  East side of the Bay, and especially the  Provincial Government's Wilderness  Campsite plan, along Sechelt Inlet  Waterways. In fact, I would like to see it  expanded to include closure of the Inlet  to commercial fishing of all kinds, from  the Skookumcljuk to,Porpoise Bay, and  by developing some hatchery systems  and -spawmng-areasrniake''it~ ar*spDrts"  Rivirs-Inlet-and-even George'Bay near"  edway, in the  Charlottes.  What  a  retirement attraction year round, and a  MOREL'S FRAMING &  * CONSTRUCTION LTD.  "SEE OUR  , spRnroosir  specializing in  / CUSTOM HOME BUILDING &  -^    FRAMING  886-2440  i  ���- {  Breakaway:  Too muclfbench time slows  yoirdown" Get active: Get in  shape and put yourself y^^l  in the clear h_^m__  Fitness is fun." %l  Try some. pamicipatTionW  MORE ABOUT  .Regional board  ���From-Page A-l��� : ���  irf6blernT'Tlathen01^rdlJ^"How~do"  DESIGNER AND BUILDER Clarke  Steabner takes advantage of tl>e past  week's good weather to do additional  work on the Sunshine/doastfl Art  ;QenJre.jStealmer^^  -foot building4s hop^ctto be finished by-  Christmas, and opened as soon as the  sewer system is installed.  The  building features two activity areas,  one.for/tfie performing arts and the  TRY  'OStfl'  Eightdlshes to  choose from  OPEN  Wednesday to Sunday  CLOSED  Monday & Tuesday  ��� the voters want theirgarbage handled?"  It's a question of attitude.  To me that is the major issue of this  campaign.  It is the regional  board  working for us or it is merely another  " government body issuing forth rules that    other/for art exhibits,  have little rhyme or reason.   -s /  And rather, than complain about some /��|l|#| gk _\_\g_\<__ __g_ | |CA  things I would attempt to change them. VflUU U|Jt?ll IJUU9C  That is why I am running for Area F./  HUNTER: The past two years, Area F ���' *&��� Al*fc CpfllTP  has been well represented by^esid|pfc**si;C**��� "��� "^ '"���"�� *  of Area F. The regional boardls egsgfitial  * Dally luncheon Special*  -iTak*-Out-Ord*r*���-���-  Sunnycrest Centre  Gibsons .  886:  for good planning, gopdf wajMV good  sewer. Good sewage service as welli^the  function of the region that people desire.  Area Plannjng Committees will direct  the f unctionsrequired for their areas and  the Kegiprif __  What'do you see as other important  issues in the November 18 election?  LIE: No answer.  Iirifi^a^lheTnaiirissueris  HUNTER:  that a responsible resident of this area  The Commuhity Arts Councill will be  "At Home" to all visitors on November 18  from 12:30 p.m. to 2:|p p.m.  - "Home" is the partially built Fine Arts  Centre at the corner of Trail and Medusa  across from Hackett Park. Arts Council  friends and members have poured much in  the way of donations and effort into this  centre but it has been a clear case of blood,  sweat and arrears from the beginning.  represent them ��� as Bernie Mulligan  has, but many predecessors before have  not ��� they usually lived elsewhere.  /  Mac & Sunni's Hair Boutique  formerly known as Sechelt BarberShop  GRAND OPENING SPECIAL  Or  Long, Shag, Wash, Cut & Blow Dried  *8  50  for Men & Women  Business Hours: Tuesday thru Saturday, 9 am-6 pm  Specializing In Regular Cuts, Shags and Modern Styles for Men ft Women  ���  Located next to Coast Cable Vision, Sechelt      No appointment necessary  The new building, which has shot up  :witlra^1he^igo^  mollusc, now has most of the roof on and  there will be imported heat for the day.  Entertainment, hotdogs and refreshment's  will be prpyided.  . The Arts Council will be delighted if all  Peninsulers will visit, get discouraged and  then offer .their assistance in finishing  Construction, on what might, with help  from St. Jtide and the* local, populace j,  becoine a"usablerhuUdihg7^JdM;Fbsterr  tdurist^TtractiorTin season"- ~  I don't believe a launch ramp nor  marina should be built ��along 'our  foreshore, even if it was feasible. The  gentle sweep of our pebble beach from  - Shtirnclif f-Averto SelmaPark-should not-  ~be"broken;~/The " pilesr_of blasted-rOckT"  tangle of floats and other distractions it  is bound to attract would ruin one of our  greatest attractions., Let's keep it that  way!  EVANS: I feel it is an idea whose time  .chas come too late. Existing facilities are  in specific areas and the Peninsula is too  badly polarized at this time to accept a  regional plan.  KOLIBAS: Nil. It's a great idea but not  at this point in time.  HUNTER: Since this has now been with-  . drawn by the provincial government, it  was obvious that this package was not in  the best-interests of all the region and  especially Area F and Gibsons. .,  -WATSON: It was my formula and I am  unalterably in favor of recreation not  being dealt with on a piecemeal basis for  funding. Recreation facilities are the  property and for the use of all the public  ���and^hottloVbefounded^nd-funded-on-thatl  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  SOUND  Sunnycrest Centre.  Gibsons  886-9111  premise.  .A. BLACKTOP1���*  : -oMiixr ��� sekvick since /����������  '      Grading & Gravel Curbs  - ���Soil Cement��Dralnage Roads  ��� Industrial Sites ���Parking Areas     /  Tennis Courts ���Driveways  885-5151  rOKPOtSIIAYKOAO,SICm|.T     ,   '  North V��ntwv�� OHIc*'���'IwiHh MM  The long-awaited handkerchiefs from    vp^pr- ^  Irplarid are here. Linen or fine cotton^ with     ^C/ffOP LTDj  or without lace, embroidered or plains all  white or gaily.colourful. A thoughtful  addition to your best wishes. ������ Miss Bee's,  ---Sechelt.���~������-~--n���'��� ���- '���-  LW TW  1 1 KISS YOU (All Over)   2 2 SHE'S ALWAYS A WOMAN  5 3 RIGHT DOWN THE LINE   4 4 BACK IN THE U.S.A   '6-5 WHENEVER I CALL YOU FRIEND.  7 6 TOOK THE LAST TRAIN   9 7 BEAST OF BURDEN .'     3 8 HOT CHILD IN THE CITY   10 9 ROUND, ROUND WE GO   12 10 HOW MUCH I FEEL   15 11 JOSIE   8 12 FOOL (If You Think It's Over) ..  11 13 MAGNET & STEEL   14 14 FLYING   19 15 I JUST WANNA STOP    Exile   Billy Joel  Gerry Rafferty  Linda Ronstadt  Kenny Loggins  David Gates  .. Rolling Stones  ...  Nick Gilder  ..   ..  Trooper   Ambrosia  .. *. Steely Dan  .. . Chris Rea  .. 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"i  )  * !       .   '    ��� ���' I \, '  !lW**sS^.i*!^i^it5^te^ii*ft!iiW  wiiprt^jiWe^^.fc^jii^iWW^^^vsW  ilSlM frnr^i&'is-Jhr-.'J&ill.Sti-iMillll  ���^ ;������   ,;' " :" '"' .Vi.,,,.,,,.,.;,. ,������.,,, ���,,^1(( ii ,,���������,���  7k   "' -MTpppIpp  ���//  p\  ..  ,!  \,  ! V  N>'  /   ���  '   / -^^X   .....L..  v      ���     ��� ��� . I  !".'���   ''  Tr  ���/, /  ���   :.   ;  l&  ���%  \,., A  X���  v  V  ���., feu.  SecttonG-  WednesdayrNovember-15^-1978:   ^ *_   __  __^_^                        -     Adult night iii Pender Harbour  Use ���Times' Adbriefs to Sell,  .   Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  Pagesl4  and cartwheels. There might even be a   Elementary School gym., Some racquets  are available for those who don't have one��  but please bring your own if you can. Open  to all teens and adults, there will be a 50  cents per person charge to cover the cost  of renting the gymnasium���but no charge  ip.m^The-volleyball;nets-will-be-uprand-if quieter_ones_there_wilt-be_lots^of-table���to-studente^oiHSeniors���For���moreziffi:  ������ For a night out, a bit of exercise, and a  ,lot of fun, all adults ���and their teenage,  chUdren if they wish, are invited to come  to Mixed Activity Night in the new Pender  Harbour High School gymnasium every  . Sunday evening from 7:30 p.m. until 10  traippoline ^ump on! And dodgeball will  no doubt keep both- parents and kids  running around in circles. Upstairs in the  mezzanine the ping pong balls will be  whizzing back and forth, ahd for -the  Referees clinic to be  held November 18  , A B.C. Amateur Hockey Assoc^tion-  approyed clinic will be held at the arena  November 18 at 10 a.m.        ^  All interested coache&r-referees, and  linesmen are welcome. Please bring youf  skates for an on-ice session as well. The  clinic will be free of charge.  TEAM SPONSORS AND NAMES  ~   AU~teams have Been assigned~tHeiF  sponsor and team name, however, there  may be adjustments in the next few weeks.  Pups: Leafs, Mercuryland Sabres ahd  Legion 140s. Atoms: Elphinstone, T&T  ."Truckers and TKs. "Peewees: Legion 109s,  Standard_Oilers, JTBS_and Jwln_Creek.  Bantams: GTs, Family Mart Aces and  Weldwood Clippers. Midgets: Legion 140s,  SuperValu 23s, Tyee Flyers and the  Ranger. Juvenile-Junior: Canadiens and  Elson Glass.  EXHIBITION GAME SCHEDULE  Nov! 16 - 7:15 p.m. Rep Rangers vs  Canadiens.. "      ,  Nov. 18-I0:30a.m. all Pups; 11:45 a.m.  TKs and TBS practice; 1:20 p.m. GTs vs  Aces; 2:50 i>.m. Elphinstone vs Truckers.  Nov. 19 - 7:45 a.m. all Pups; 9 'a.m.  ~Eb"oir61assand-Twin-Creekrl0T30~aTffir  Flyers vs Clippers; 12:05 p.m. 140s vs 23s;  - 6:30 p.m. Oilers vs 109s,  Tournaments: The SMHA has already  the interest ls^theretherbadmintonTiets-  will go up too. Other activities will develop  according to the wishes of the participants, and the new gym has a lot of  equipment/so the possibilities are manly.  All this for only 50 cents per persop  each evening ��� just enough to cover the  cost of renting the gym. (No charge for  students). For more information on  recreation activities in Pender Harbour,  please call Robi Peters at 883-9923. x.  FAMILY TIME  Does Sunday feel like a family day to  you, a time when you'd like to do some  * things with your kids and share some fun?  We thought so, too, and so we've arranged  spac^-so^ou^aiirbriniTwff^avouriK^onnaQon, please~call 885-5M  games to play. __ , ^  The cosf for "Family Time Is $1.50 per"  family ��� and there must be at least one  adult in each group. For more information  please call the Recreation Service at 885-  5440.  R.C. VOLLEYBALL  . Due to the large number of people who  have been coming on Tuesday nights to  play volleyball in the Roberts Creek  Elementary gym, some changes have  been made in order to allow everyone  more playing time.1 From now on, play  will be open to all teens and adults from 7  p.m. until 8:30 p.m. and the charge will be  50 cents per person to cover the cost'of  STONEWORK  Stone facing - Fireplace  & Chimney Repairs���..- '.  "ll ANDY 886-2821  Prime Retail or Office Spare to be  constructed in Lower Gibsons.  Prospective tenants contact GEORGE  GIAI\;\4KOS after 3:00 p.m., 886-2268.  v  been invited __tp _ numerous,__QirMtnas_  tournaments, more on these later'. .. as  well; we-plan to begin exhibition games  -with the Pacifie_Coast Amateur. Hockey  League early in December for a few of our  teams. Follow the paper for ice times as  well.  for "FamUy Time" in Chatelech gym-, renting tfoTgymnasmm. (No charge for  -nasium every-Sunday from-2-p.m.-until 4-r'students).From8:30p;m:untU10p7m7tlie  pm* r     \ courts will be gvailable only to members  There will be lots of games going on.' of the staff at the SuperValu store in  How about volleyball, with a twosome of   Gibsons. Other volleyball games open to  Commercial fishermen  must strip to sports fish  one parent and one child_12_years orover  getting together with two other twosomes  and forming teams. Or badminton, with a:  big person and a little person oil each side.  And the tumbling mats will be but, and  people will be around who teach gymnastics, so what better time for parents to  help their little ones learn forward rolls  anyone interested are played on-Tuesdays -  from 7:30 p.m. until 10 p.m. in Gibsons  ElementarySchborgym. '  R.C. BADMINTON  Badminton lovers now have-a chance to  play their game in Roberts Creek, Every0  Monday from 8:15 p.m. tunil 10:15 p.m.  courts will be set up in Roberts Creek  ~o\  Commercial salmon trollers using their'  boats to spurt fish, even with reduced  gear, may  get pinched,  Vancouver  -Fedefal~Fishefies   Department   in^  formation officer Jim Kent told the Times  .last week.  Kent said any_ commercial  salmon'  .boats_usedJor_sports_fishing during the.  winter-months must be stripped of any  commercial gear.  Hand gurdies, rod and reel or any other  sport fishing gear that is in vogue may be  used on the boat once this is done, he said.  Local fisherman Ben Griffiths told the  Times he had received conflicting advice  from different fisheries offices.  . He wanted to use a single lure on one of  his trolling lines to; winter sports fish in  coastal waters.      '   ' .       -*-  However, Kent said there was ho way,  "and"indeed theTregulationsliav^ been_uT  effect for years.  Trollers must remove the lines from  theircommercial mechanical or hydraulic  gurdies, and giHnetters must remove nets  Irom their drums;'He'said.        '" ^  "  Kent, said the"-regulation applies  -specifically-to-Xtommercial- A- and���B  licensed boats. However, C license boats,  not; permitted to fish salmon, "are out of  that conflict." ,  He said there is no regulation that  specifically denies C license boats the  right to sport fish for salmon when their  regular gear is on the boat.  Modern, 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Qo6d 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 ~r each with private bath, color TV and phone. Dining  Room and Coffee Shop. Lounge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting  Rooms. Drive-in lobby and free parking.  1755 Davie Street Vancouver V6G 1W5. Phone: 604-682-1831 coUect  Telex: 04-51161  Coast Strokers  BU  m  6y Dennis Gray  One Saturday night recently on'our way  to a trials event we pulled up in front of one  of those small town hotels. Although I had  never Stayed at this hotel, it reminded me  of the many good times I had had in  similar hotels in the past. What I forgot  if it was covered with carpet. The desk  clerk said there was many people in town  to see the salmon run in the nearby river,  more like they cfime to spawn in the halls..  Outside, once the mounties went home  to watch old Jack Webb movies, the  was, I had donealmostever.-thing in them���dragsters beganin earnest. I thought a  except sleep, I also forgot I was much   bawling cattle truck and two fuelers  Sports briefs  Rod and gun club  ��� i  By SharorTSchfoeder, 883-2573  ROD AND GUN CLUB  younger then. Seems nothing has changed  except me, I was the only one interested in  sleeping.  Hotels are still a meeting place with a  pub and enough rooms to throw your fallen  buddies in when they slide under the table,  it is the same in the big hotels. I was  awakened one morning at 3 a.m. in one of  these large hotels by a group throwing a  party in the hall, they wanted to use my  wash room, which I didn't mind but they  drank all my Aqua Velva. These small  hotels just have five hundred fewer rooms  to throw the revellers in and only one hall  to drag them doiyn. I should have known  better when I walked into the lobby, it was  dark and quiet, too quiet. Leaning against  a wall, below a no loitering sign was a  The Rod and Gun Club has a general  meeting and Corporal Gary Wade from  abreast would be a hard act to follow, till  the CPR late freight nearly shook me out  of bed.-This made the inside crowd try  harder and it soon became an Amityville  Horror complete with marching band and  their musical stairs, the strange noises  coining from the glowing curtains did  nothing to help my nerves either. Dufirig a  lull in the action, someone_tried to wake  the dead, "Wake-up BffiSy, it's time",  time for what? Maybe she plays symbols  in the marching band. If she is in the hall,  sheis not sleeping, she has been trampled -  to death.  But whether the noise was coming from  spooks, spirits or the salmon people, they  were all hushed by daylight and the hotel  just groaned in exhaustion. We went ori  buddle-6f-ki{|s-in-their-teens.-On-the-desk���standard-time-that-morningrso-we-gained  was a small television set, above this an    an hour, just'lost a night. Oh yes, we had  Sechelt- RCMP came" to'talk about gun  legislation (Bill C 51). The meeting was  yery informative and it-was very well  attended.; ' .��� r'f-" ���.'  FISHING REPORT    ,  Well, it looksJUte even if the weather on  the coast is letting us down, the fish aren't,  there are lots of spring salmon bleing"  caught and they're ranging from seven to  15pounds.In factjtheflshing issogoodthat  the oWner of a local fishing resort apd the  fisheries officer were out- fishing this  weekend, fri Gibsons they., have been  catching them around the gap. Up at'  Pender "Harbour they have been catehing  them at the mouth bf the Har^oW. If  you're planning on going fishing, your luck  should be'good.  _SO_CCER ,_ :   In soccer this ,week the Bananas have    deddedicLplay^nx^bitioiLgame^  Clean Up You f Art  Pitch-ln'78  Vancouver team. The game wilhte"played  on Sunday, November 12* and: it will be  played at Pender Harbour's school field. I"  wonder how some local boys are going to  starid up. against some touch Vancouver  team. Well, good lu��ik to the Bananas.  PENDER HARBOUR'S HIGH     2  SCHOOL GYM  As you probably know, Pender Harbour  High School has a new school which has in  it ft n^w gymnasium; They [wasted no time  in putting the new gyiri \6 good use?. On  Mpnday nights the Dance Class gets under  way at 7 p.m..Then on Wednesday ri|ghts  the gymriastic club meets at 7 p.m. The  gymriaStlcs club,lacks two things ��� the  beam and the box. They are on order  thougfi and until ^ey arrive ttie teachers  are doing the best they can. All through the?  weekthereare different groups in there,  things; such as basketball, volleyball,  weightllfting, floor hockey and other  sports. Keep up the'gbod work, Pender  "Harbour.;;. ���- - -���  tbeTroomrin"the"fringes" of the^blue  flickering light sat two old timers looking  half digested by their sofa chairs, watching the late riews.  As wes waited for a station break, to find  out who was loitering and wjho was the  desk clerk, we saw they had tried to bring  the hotel into the 20th centuiry, by covering  everything with carpet, including ,the.  creaking stairs. It did not quite make the  transition, the prices however did.  Our room wais on the top (second) floor  overlooking the drag strip; The first omen  was our television set, we could riot turn it  off. We-pushed it behind the curtains.  Flushing the toilet produced a sensation  like shooting Hells' Gate in a tin pail and  you had to leap out backwards since there  was ho room to turn around.- There was hot  and cold running people in the halls and for  maximum effect the beds were pushed up  tighfc ajgalnst the thin walls. I spent the  nlghHir fear, someone would step on my  head. The bed was quite comfortable, even  want td knowwhyT^id^riot win a trophy"  just ask me, I have a good excuse, yawn.  Keep strokin.  WALK WISE  WITH YOUR (YES  ���.'      . ' ���'' '   ' ' '  ' {(��&) P��<l��i��rt��nSaf��ty  at  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES, Gibsons  CREmTUNtiJr  "Serving the entire community"  TERM DEPOSITS  VARYING TERMS  -������*������- -  10  :-**j  Enquire at  our office,  next to the  bus depot,  Gibsons  ���^vt  <*  m  ?ya��  '���'���*',  7 '      '   '    '  1 '��� ���        _,-. ������. -._ ,  ,  -     -  MARINE  -I i.  Sinclair Bay Road  Just up & over the hill  V��LV0/PENTA - CHRYSLER  HOURSTON GLASCRAn  EZLOAD-MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  883-2722 or 883-2602  !t;l.lt,i|...||��t.l.��.|ii!'<����l.|il,(f��>Ai. <t���'4��<u'll^���R^^"(*,���,l���l^. "'"i. * >.^H*^* *ns��.�� *MTJ    P*   ., .%   ��wU  ,  Immmm.rJi  ,>���,���,(   f   l\ \\i,'  Phone for Our Rates on �����  ,r,.i,,,,.,i,,,,,,wi,iw\xe.��wtt^ *   .x ��v".��.,..  BOAT MOVING  Sir*'  ���-���if j'|BM#i��s*f|'. ^(Ht(***��** nH  t<r\ *   m  i. Wwwtf  ���|il'CwiiWN*wir*��n. t-'W-4*'-*  I  i>v*t-nm>? MS*,  i * fi-Caw ��iKW-WStf���wi# n  \, -tm .tmniflfWa*-?   '  tm.''.)  ����� #fi *n"(j�� n^eiJi*  ��� /  "�� *")'* ���',���'��������'���������'-(���...,.���  ��. .111.1.111'  ..'. I  ���/' I  ������   .' ���  ���    V  i     X V"   :' ���*."  J ;  PageC-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November. 15,1978  30 units to be  to Kiwanis Village  .pprova^o^an-adaition-of-3lNlnits-or EavT^tT(m"]teg[joards-of--directors- of  more to Kiwanis Village has the Gibsons  Kiwanis busy working their way through  the/start-up stages with 'CMHC,i the  sdperyising agent' for the provincial  government. This addition, will provide  senior citizens with services in personal  aiid in intermediate care that are not at  present available on the Sunshine Coast.  In, the past' month interviews with  CMHC have  clarified the  financial  several of these to learn af f irsthand howr~  to provide the environment that will make  living more satisfactory for the seniors  living there:  The Kiwanis Village Society will work  in clgse liaison with Susan Frizell,, Long  Tetm Care Administrator for this area, a  Ministry of Health service instituted in  January of this year, and with Louise  Hume, Co-ordinator of Services for  -process, andthe^Kiwanis Village has made���Seniors-and-Handicapped-and- also- Co-  application for start-up funds for the < ordinator for Adult Day-care.  planning and design of the facility.  ^ Three architect firms with-recent  experience in designing this type of  facility in other districts have been-interviewed in the past three weeks, and the  -Vaneouver-firin-of-Jones and-Haave-has,  been chosen to design and supervise the  construction of this care facility.  Jones  and  Haave   have   not'. only  designed intermediate care faqilities but  At present on the Kiwanis Village site  . just off North Road there is a senior  citizens apartment dwelling that can  accomodate 27 persons. The personal and  intermediate icare facility now. proposed  Jfor the site wfflbe a separate building to  ���accommodate 30 orlnore"persons and.  provide them with a dining room service  and recreational facilities as well as the  health services each individual-heeds.  Don't forget to send your stuff to  us: KIDS, Box 310, Secholt. Maybe  some of your pictures or stories will  be printed.,'  P.S. WATCHJHISPAOJ NEXT WEEK FOR THE  COLORING CONTEST!  TW15 '\s H^d^iY ^  TALL TREE TALES  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  LOVE AFTAJRJVITH A COUGAR, by Lyn  Hancock, Doubleday cl978, 252 pages,  -iBusr  ���\. ���  & LOVE AFFAIR WITH A COUGAR,  LynJHancock comes of age as a woman  andAa writer. Gone is the halo-effect of  animal chasing and counting with a  madcap biologist husband. Gone is the  illusion that all animals from the wild can  live side-by-side with human folk.  Her marriage ends with the last of {he  cougars she and her David raised from  unweaned youngsters. It is evident that  one woman cannot tame a biologist who is  in love with his work any more than a fully  grown cougar. When her husband takes  n"Tbm, the last of the big cats, on a speaking-  tour and someone is injured by it, the  honeymoon is over.  '-  For readers who have followed Lyn  through her escapades with Sam the seal  and the cute little raccoon of THERE'S A  RACCOON IN MY PARKA, this book is a  must. Hancock's pupils share in the  writing of her story. Their contributions  are very real and-often express what Lyn  cannot say. WhenBarney, the barn owl, "is  transported in the car with Tom, Gordon  Kopelow explains succintly:  ,; At the time of his death, he ate 31 pieces of  �� horse heart *<lay*Hid his primary feathers  l ** - **Z   |J?�� - ^  were half arr irich"lori&. He~died iri-  _stanlajn��jm3fo����^  -cougar;-atehinr-in"gurpm"fhecarrWe are"  sorry we couldn't study his full feather  development.  Coping with landlords who cannot, and'  neighbours who won't share in the delight  of living so closely with cougars, is part of  the story which Hancock tells. The furry  , little sharp-clawed beasts became* large  cats whose playful whacks could send an  adult reeling, let alone small children who  might be injured in the "play". The author*  relates how her realization that she must  give up her pests is the hardest separation  she, has yet had to bear. ., ���  ���Her book-is not allsadness,_Many_ are _  the moments when she, her husband and  thereougars along with the other creatures  they sheltered, have a rollicking time  together. How Lyn manages to teach, keep  a houseful of cougars and assorted  wildlife, while at the same time entertain'  visitors whose curiosity brings them to the  Hancock household, is amazing and  amusing.    Our repeat order of Hallmark "Maple  Leaves" Dinner and Luncheon Serviettes-  has just come in, one dozen only of each  size, so don't delay if you wish to stock up  on this item..��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  Can   you  fill   in   the   missing  letters and  name the trees  below?    When    you     are  finished, the missing letters  you  have used will  spell  a-,  special word. 4  -IR  -AK  -EDWOOD  -LM  -PRUCE  -AMARACK.  LOCAL TREES  -4*=���.  THERE ARE MANY-KINDS OF TREES GROWlNG"ON THE PENINSULA. HERE ARE SOME  INTERESTING FACTSl ABOUT A FEW OF THE TREES WE CAN FIND HERE. CAN YOU  IDENTIFY SOME OF THEM?  BALSAM OR "TRUE FIRS'*.  The wood-is soft and light Jn color. It works well and holds nails and screws  satisfactorily. The wood Is of Fow durability under conditions favoring decay. For  commercial purposes they are usually graded with hemlock or spruce, amongst  which they grow. .  JCOMMERCIAL USES     - , ^?^ _- - -    -   -  iBoxes and crates, shiplap, light and medium construction. They ore quite im-  -^pofptqi^Un-puip-productJoiy. ���        ������.--.������ -�������� :  YELLOW CEDAR  The wood is o pale-yellow color, fairly hard and strong, and has exceptionally  fine working qualities. It is highly durable in situations favoring decoy, as well as  being very resistant to acids.  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Dr. In House  AU In Family  Crosswits  M.A.S.H.  CHANNEL 13  AU My  ChUdren -  Vancouver  Confd. -  2:00  ~2:3Q~  -3J0O-  Edge of Night  "T.B.A.   -Talfe"-3(r  3:30     Celebrity Cooks  General         "Hospital  ~Edge~orNlght  Boomerang  Another      "World _  "Movie: T.B.A.  Cont'd.  -Can.-Schools-���  -T.B.A ,  Take 30    -  Celebrity Cooks  -Cont'd.  -M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  ���Another   -  ���World -  .Alan Hamel  Cont'd.    ���    ���  Stories of Am.  -Book- Loofc-LiSr  Over .Easy  Book  Beat  Cont'd.  -Contm.-  Popeye  Banana Splits  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Charlie Chaplin  For- Kids  Goodies  AU  in   Family  Afterschool  T.B.A.  News.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  jCont'fl.  Carol Burnett  News  Bionic  Woman  .Sanford &  News  Son  Everyday  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Hollywood  T.B.A.  T.B;A.  Hockey:  Sesame Street  Mr. Rogers  Cont'd. -  Electric  Co.  Super  Stars  Leave to Beaver  I Love Lucy  Part. Family  Dating Game  -Tic-Tac -Dough  Match Game   *  Jeannie    $     '  Funorama  Gilligan's-Island  My s Sons  I Love Lucy  6:00  6:30  7:00,  7:30  News  Cont'd.  Mary T* Moore  Muppets   Cont'd. *  Cont'd.  P.M. Northwest  Cont'd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Seattle  T.B.A..  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Star Trek  ' Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  \ Joker's Wild  Teams T.B.A.  Cont'd. '  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Blue Marble  Dick Cavett'  News  T.B.A.  Brady Bunch  My 3 Sons  Hogan's Heroes  Bob Newhart  Cont'd.         .   ,  Going Places-  News  Cartoons   Battle Planets  -Part.-Family  Petti. Junction  Hollywood Sqs.-  Andy Griffith  Gong Show  Joker's Wild  Wives of Pat.  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Confd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Gift to Last  Cont'd.  Musicamera  Cont'd.  8 Is Enough  Confd.  Charlie's Angels  Confd.  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  Movie: T.B.A.  Cont'd.  A Gift to Last  Cont'd.  . Musicamera  Confd.     >  ��� Rich Man,  Poor Man  Movie: T.B.A.  ' Confd.     ,  T.B.A. .  T.B.A.  Charlie's  Angels  Madame   Curie  Confd.  Performance  Confd.  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd. '  Confd.  Confd. -    '  Movie: T.B.A.  Confd.  Wednesday, November 15,1978  The Peninsula Times.  PageC-3  10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  T.B.A   / ' .  T.B.A.  National News  Night Final  Vega$  Cont'd./   /  News       ^  Police Woman  Confd.  .Cont'd.  News  Tonight Show  ShaNa Na  Watson Report  News  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd..  News  Late Movie  Lifeline  Cont'd.  ���  News  Cont'd.  Confd.  ' Newsmakers  Scenes from a  Marriage   ..News  Love Experts  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Britain's  Finest Hour  Love Experts  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Confd.  Sports Page  Confd.  Thursday, Nov. 16  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  ' Stereo & Appliances  IN THE M OF SECHELT '���<-*.*  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5,  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00     Switzer  1^:30 --"-Search-for Tom.-  1:00     Bob McLean  1:30     Confd.  All My ChUdren  Cont'd. ��� ��� -  1 Life To,Live  Cont'd.  Hollywood Sqs.  Days of "  Our Lives  The Doctors  -  News   ���        .  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Confd.  News .  As~the  World Turns  Guiding Light  News_  Movie:  Cont'd.  Confd.  TSTAT  _Cinematic_J3y&; Newa  Music Place '  AU About You  Word Shop  Adam-12  Movie: .  Repeat  JQs. In Houaa-  All In Family  CrossWlts  M.A.S.H..  _All_My.  ChUdren  Vancouver  Confd.  i  2:00 Edge of Night      General  2:30 Sky Begins Hospital,  3:00 Take 30 Edge of Night  3:30 Celebrity Cooka_Ireehouse   Another  World  Movie:   .  -��ove~Story  Can. Schools -  T.B.A.  Take 30 .  -  -Celebrity- Cooks-  Conf d.  M.A.S.H.,  Dinah  -Confd.  Another World  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  jConfd  :  Art Cart  Once. Upon  Over Easy ���  -Julia-rGhild-  Perfortnance  Cont'd.  Popeye  -Banana���Splits-  Dating Game  Tic Tac Dough  Match Game  ���Jeannie  ' Confd.  Going Places  News   *���Cartoons  ~ 4:00     Charlie Chaplin    $6,000,000  -y-AiW Whafs-New Cont'd:���  5:00     Goodies News  5:30     AU ln Family       Confd.  Man  Cont'd.-   __   -tjomu '���  Carol  Burnett  News  Bionic  Woman      Everyday  f'mt'il :���' ~ f Vvnt'tT  Cont'd.  Sanford  News  & Son  cont'd.  News  Confd.  Price Is Right  Confd. ~  ,$6,000,000 Man  Confd.       ,  Sesiime Strgat        Super  Starit--  Cont'd. '    "  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Leave to Beaver  I Love Lucy  Part. Family   . Funorama  Gilligan's  Island  My 3 Sons  ,1 Love Lucy  -Battle Planets  Part.  Family  Petti. Junction  HoUywood Sqs,  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News .  Confd.  . Mary T. Moore  Trivia  Quiz  'Cont'd.  Confd.  P.M.  Northwest  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Seattle  Match Game  Confd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  Barney Miller  King Kenslng.  Canadian  Express    Mork _c Mindy  Happening  Barney' Miller ~  Soap    ���   Project U.F.O.  Confd.  Quincy  Cont'd.  Cdnfd.  Cont'd.   '  HawaU 5-0  Confd.  Confd. .  Mary T. Moore"  Newlywed Game  ��� Joker's Wild -  News  Confd.  StarsMm Ice  T.B.A.  Bide  Marble  Dick Cavett  News  Newsmakers  Brady Bunch  My 3 Sons  .Hogan's  Heroes  Bob Newhart ���  Andy Griffiths  Gong Show  Joker's WUd  On the Buses"  Carol   Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  The  Waltons  Cont'd.  Cinderella at  the Palace  Lifeline  Confd.  Live it Up'  Soap  Nova  Confd.  Rush  Confd.  Donna Fargo  Marty Robbins  Dolly �����"  Pop Country  Newlywed Game  Merv-Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  1 Day at a Time  People   )*,  10:00  10:3a  11:00  11:30  Return of  the Saint'  National News  Night  Final '  Family  Cont'd^ ^  News      ,   _  Starsky.   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Levels but uneven cycle of wood combustion (Manual  draftr cannot do this). Home temperatures more even than  furnace heat.  ��� Burni 14 hours on one wood load  ��� ConveVts to open flro instantly  ��� Cook top "���    '      ',    Just set thermostat to. cooking heat deslredj���, Ideal for  "Crock-Pot" style cookery.    .,.'' /  ��� Wood gases not wasted  Secondary drafss. Introduce oxygen above primary fire xone  to burn volatile gases such as methanol, pyrollgneous add  etc  ���      ' , "   . , ��.  ��� Air tight    Prevents heat loss up chimney.  ��� Constructed of heavy stool  '.;:>������ ",  <���>  ��� Flro brick lined   for yoars, of service.  Nrt'  That's Why People Love  The Earth Stove.  FROM  Nowlywod Oni  ,���,,:M��rv,. Qrl��ln  "'Now*  [)��dVd8��*  (long Bliow  Cont'd,  .Cgnfj  Upit*lr��/   -  PowiMtAlr*    .  Lova Kxport*.  . r/i�� m��� +.  . 'A'  ��� v##  .1,4 ��(!��-.  ����..-���. ��L  ���!t.lmWi", H-lifflWtmmmriimmmmm*  ^y  W * (WM(WSNaj,��>��B'ff��'*B,*f i*flw*> f trWpwx i  tH^^nJ-w-Ta  ��s vumnfiWi�� *wxriw*��-^  :.X  itan-��ffiM��W*-��(p*��'<T,Tie Wjt'TW'M  t '**>,Vd!Ws*   * rf<*e��N|��*BW*<**j  '-�����:.'��-.'".'''���'���Vu'.'.H'"^"  >nfd.   ���.  <L��v��rn��> filUrUy  Jri?5 %rAl��  ffport* P*8��  M   (���' ..... ������'.f-.' ���  V:;,v  .\,\  ^j  ���? ."::'  Volunteer helpline *  Refresh valuable communication skills  PageC4  The Peninsula Times  ednesday, November 15,1978  Volunteers do make. a major contribution in improving the quality of life  for many individuals here on the Sunshine  Coast. However, it is really essential that  people are finely tuned in to what is most  helpful to others���the greater awareness,  the more beneficial is the contact. sUsually  it is just a matter of refreshing a person's  memory about the most important skills in  communicating with other people.  To facilitate the growth of a volunteer's  skills and to help them become more effective in relating to others, the Volunteer  Bureau and Continuing Education are  planning a motning workshop (9:30 ���  12:30) to be held on November 30. The  registration fee will be $2 and registration  will be limited to 25. If you are interested  in attending this workshop, call 885-3821 or  885-3512.  Elizabeth Brown, who will lead the  workshop, briiigs with her -a lifetime of  ~T expertise in communicating, working with  people, and in teaching these skills to  -others-She-has worked.asnurse^r both iff  hospital and in public health. She is a  qualified midwife and has taught at  Universities in the United States. Her.MA  is from the University of the City of New  York and she also studied at a doctoral  ~levelna^Columbia-Universityr-A-major���  , teaching area was. in 'Intervention in  . Crisis Situations'. She has continued to  keep abreast of current information arid  just recently returned from the Innsbruck  ��� Congress for the Association of German  Scientists and Doctors.  In the four years that Elizabeth Brown  has lived on the Sunshine Coast, she has  taught many successful courses for  , Continuing Education. Some of these are;  : Yqu and Your Adolespent, The Psychology,  of Early Childhood, Communication for  Couples, Toilet Training, Volunteer  Workshop-in, Roberts Creek and 'Communications' to the Homemakers.  Why not take advantage of this oi>-  portunity.   v ,'  -    ���, -, -  Volunteer, opportunities exist in all  areas of the Sunshine^Coast. Here are a  i   few for yoii, to consider:.  Visiting shut-ins.  Taking shut-ins out for short visits into the  community  Acting' as teaching assistants in the  schools . '  -Organizing-a-familj^-night-fFridays^in-  Wilson Creek)  Playing Cards; with some elderly people  Driving people tor Adult Day Care  Knitting or Crocheting Afghans  Heading to handicapped people  Helping a person to maintain an exercise  program ,* ' ,-  If you have a couple of hours to share  with someone else in the community,,  please contact the Volunteer Bureau atr  . 885-3821. Don't forget to register early for  the Volunteer Workshop on November 30.  You do not need to be.a member of the  Volunteer Bureau in order to take the  course.  Every third Monday members of the  Volunteer Bureau meet at Bethal Baptist  Church. The "meeting starts at l:30.~p.m.  -and-lastiihtiLapproxiinately-Sp^m.-If-you  are.interested in finding out more about  the Volunteer Bureau and would like to  meet some of the volunteers, please join us  tor this meeting. Nancy MacLeod, a  special counsellor- in the schools, will be  our guest speaker.  Why not join us?    THE  $5() CASH  REBATE  Now through DKWnter Stan wllh tho putShMB ot any  8p��xJ QvMn Automatic Waah* apd full ilze otm pair  you will receive a $50 Factory Authorized Robat* And  wllh tf�� purchase ot any8pOBd Queen Automatic Wfiher  or lull size fryer purchase separately you will receives  S23 Factory AuthwUad Rebate  Spaed  Queen  With  m^mm^A U��*tlma  W^jPS-f Stainless  Steel  (AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS ONLY)  \    Speed Queeti  KERN ELECTRONICS  Authorized SANYO Dealer  PRICE CUTTERS  "On The Spot Financing"  886-9733  SEAVIEW PLACE. GIBSONS   .  886-2417  ELIZABETH BROWN will lead a growth of volunteer, skills and make  volunteer workshop November 30 on people more aware of the problems of  "the Sunshine Coast. The morning others. .  workshop is designed to facilitate the  - <*%.u.  if initios*   WtaBiHiifLv  The boss is gone! We're having a  JUMPSUITS-l/3 off  RAINCOATS-1/3 off  Como & Seo Our $10.00 and 111 Price Racks  Now Stock and Now Qy^TaPHavo* Arrived *  HELEN'S FASHIONS  Sechelt, 885-9222  Glbioni, 886-9941  Date Pad  Nov, 15"��� Preschool Library a, Sloryllme, Wilson Crook Community Hdlf^  11:30 am. *���    ',{'  Nov, 13 ��� Dancing, Sr. Cltlwns Hall, Socholi, 1:30 pttK  Nov. )5 ���Carpot B6wllng Harmony Hall, lpm.  Nov, )6���Akoliollca Anonymous Mooting, WlUon Crook Comm Hall, 0:30  , Inlo. coll 005-2Q96 or 005-3394.  Nov, li ���Alatoon Mooting, Unl|od Church Hall, Olbtons, 7 pm,  Nov. 16 ��� W.oitorn Weight ContrtJflors Mooting, 1,0 am, 005-9306  rogl��tor,  Nov, 16 ���  Nov. 17 ���  Homo,  Nov. 17  Nov, 10  Nov. 10-  to  Bingo, Harmony Hall, 0 pm., �����.  - Sunihjno Cpoit I'pwor Squadron Mooting", Un Van Egmond  0 pm. Spoakort' Info, call 005-9023. .  , - ���  St, Hilda's Family LHo Group, BovDall'i homo, 10 am.  Crafts Fair, Robts Croq|f Comm, Hall, 6-9 pm.  - Wldo Opon House at Art Contro Bldg, Socholt, 12:30-2:30,  Nov, 16 ������ Mt, Elphlnstono OES.065 Christmas SW Beaoar, Robts Ck Comm  Hall, 2-4 pm.  Nov. 10 ��� Socholt Cubs A Scouts fiottlo Drlvo, Quos't Else, 9 am-no6n,  Nov. 19 ��� Piano Rocltal by studonts of Susan Elok, Elphlnstono, 3 pm.  NovriJQ ��� Carpot Bowling, Sr. Cltlrons Hall, Socholt* I i30pm,  Nov, 20 ��� Pottory Film at, mooting of Sunshlno^Coast Potters Guild, Craft  Studio, C-ibions, 7:30 pm, Non-mombors wolcomo, SOc admission,  Nov'20   -  Now Horlxons'Club, Robts Ck Comm Hall, 1130 pm, Carpot  bowling, whist, bridge otc,  Nov, 21   Sunshlno Coast Arts Council Gonoral Mooting, Sotlioll iafom.'  main bldg (Mf, Uiofl'i room), 7:30 pm�� Evoryono wolcomo, *  Nov. '/I *���* Al Anon Mwtlnn,-St.-Aldan's Hall, 0 pm,; 006*904! or 803-3397^  �� infp..     "   , ' .       ...  71   . .   ,    p  Nov. 21 ��� duplicate iWdge Tournamont, golf course, 7;30"pm, 606-2573.  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