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Array o-  By HELEN PARKER   Anangry groupL<rf.BowenIslanders-left_  the School District No. r 46 board last  Thursday after the board tabled a motion  to hire a part-time coordinator for Bowen  JslandJCommunityJSchool. ���,��� -  School trustee Joanne Rotluff moved  -tal^gthe-motionxiuitildiscussioitof-the  provisional budget at a special meeting  January 30.  Before the Bowen Island group left,  board to,Bowen Island; '  .���i-The-idea-is not new, she said. It has  been before previous boards,and supported.  "Seven years is a long time. Come to  wpr&ehtative^aU^ayloi^fad through our files. Make sure  . yqtf make a rational decision based on  \ background, not on (the opinions of) new  ^trustees,',' Taylor said:  BOWEN BRIEF  V 'A' brief submitted by the Bowen Island  ��� fcojfjraiunity School Association and the  Bowen Island Recreation Commission  recommended the'board hire a half-time,  coordinator, not a teacher, to start July 1,  1979,  The coordinator would take the  responsibility of organizing children and  adult education and recreational  prdgramsin the;Bowen~Islatfd~commumty���else-^anyattendTto-recreation "and'coir  board should take on a, "recreation function."  "All the students in this district will be  losers if our school board becomes  responsible for a primarily recreaton  function," he said. '   _  'We'll attend to education and someone  Peninsula  Serving the Sunshine Coail   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Gronthoms landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek.  Wilson Creek   Selma Park   Sechelt   Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove   Pender Hrb    Madeira Park   Garden Bay, Irvine s Landing   Earls Cove, Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Registration No,  1142  Plione  885-3231  Union  LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No. 8   18 Pages -?,20c Copy  (*cna     Wednesday, January 31, W9  education-recreation complex.  The community school facility is  already there and the recreation complex,  consisting of a full-sized gymnasium, a  library* _a_AoiniDaunity-use_rMm,__four_  regular classrooms and two playing fields,  will be completed soon after seven years of  planning.  The BIRC presently offers at least 35  programs and courses each year in the  school to everyone from pre-schoolers to  pensioners,  ��� These programs are administered  mainly by volunteers.  EXTRA WORK  "Their presence (programs) in the  building necessitates extra' work on the  part of the four full-time teachers, outside  Sunshine Coast RCMP were on'the li^year term foV anned robbery with in-   their teaching responsibilities. It also  lookout Sunday for prison escapee Robert - r tent to kill. He escaped from that prison in   requires extra work for_the office staff,"  James Shannon, 35, convicted last April  for the second-degree murder of Bill Black  at Roberts Creek in November, 1976.  Shannon escaped about 6 a.m. Sunday  from The Lower Mainland Regional  Correctional Center where he was  awaiting sentencing on the charge which  carries an automatic sentence of life  imprisonment, with a minimum of 10 and  up to 25 years without parole.  There have been at least five delays in  Shannon's sentencing hearing to allow  defence counsel to get letters of recommendation as to his character, a Times  article revealed last October.  \ At the time of the murder, Shannon was  an escapee from Oregon State Penitentiary where he had served'seven years of a  In Provincial labor act  Am.  ' \ In the October hearing, Shannon was  'described in a psychiatric report as a  tpsychopath who displayed no compassion,  land "a manipulator, a danger to the  /public, and a socioath."  ; An earlier Oregon report had called  vhim "a dangerous individual" who was  rgoing to "kill someone or be killed."  | An expert witness Dr. Ellsworth, called  ;at the October hearing by Shannon's  ^counsel Michael Bolton, however,  /disagreed and said Shannon was  | responsivei to psychotherapy and had good  tjprospects for rehabilitation. He called  J Shannon socially maladjusted without any  ] manifestations of mental disorder.  Blaine  NO, NOT HALLOWEEN but Gerardo   opposite others on a big plate and  Avilla's mime class at Chatelech   challenging to be upset.  School imagining they are balancing ���-*���-..  Mayor Lome Blaine had a few words to  . say about one word in a letter to council  from provincial labor minister Allan  SCRD looks at burning garbage  If a-smokestack looms up behind St.  Mary's Hospital in.vfuture it? could be  because the regional,district adopts the.  principal ofr - barhKy}: Stf nshb% l<Joast  garbage.ia ^incuiere^^dJusMg tfte-  energy generated to supply the hospital's  needs.  The "incineration" principal is a  "Proven alternative" to the present  sanitary landfill method of waste disposal,  and heat recovery is a "cost benefit"  according to the conclusions of a study by  Underwood and McLeHan presented to the  SCRD board Thursday by disposal  engineer Pat Benjamin. ��� ���'-".'/���^i  Benjamin's report concluded that some  sanitary landfill sites have not met  Pollution Control Board standards and  that the remaining sites are not  economical to have as compared with  incineration and , energy recovery  systems,  Specifically, the report mentioned  Pender Harbour and Halfmoon Bay  disposal sites as having leaching problems  with Sechelt and Gibsons sites as  satisfactory by PCB- standars. A creek  near the Gibsons site, however, was  mentioned as a possible leachate source.  The total capital cost of an incineration  system was given as $496,330 with annual  operating cost of $187,767. <  Present operating and maintenance  costs were given as $149,634.  Though the St. Mary's location was  suggested as being compatible with the  energy recovery system because the  hospital uses the most energy, the Gibsons  industrial site was recommended because  it would be "close to the source, close to  utilities, and accessible to a landfill site."  The "standard air-controlled incinerator" Benjamin described in the  presentation operates on a five-day week  with a 12.5 ton-a-day minimum and a 20  ton-a-day maximum with garbage  estimated at 14 tons daily in 1078, 20 in  1088, and 30 In 1098.  These rates were based on B.C. Hydro's  projected growth rate of 4 per cent, for tho  Sunshine Coast making the 1078 figure  14,690 people, with 21,698 in 1088 and 31,070  In 1998 using the 1076 population census.  By saving the present $05,000 a year  cost for fuel oil at tho hospital if an Incinerator with energy recovery was, In-  Gibsons marina  study $3,500  Village of Gibsons council approved  spending $3,600 on cost-benefit analysis for  tho proposed Gibsons marina last Tuesday  night.  Larry Tralnor, murine committee  chalrn^n, ,told council that to bring the  proposal to d conclusion with a public  meeting, an analysts Is necessary.  Council agreed to commission Mr. P.  Eby of Vancouver to complete tho cost-  benefit analysis by the-end of April.  stalled, the report estmiated that after  1992, the regional district'could be making  money on garbage disposal. ';   ;  The fi^fef^eh^gyi^^aved ta the  report,"nbkeve^linet.with gsestiQ^hy-  alternate Area F director David Fyles.  Benjamin said he would give further  study to the figures and report back to the  board at a future date.  The engineer was commended on the  thoroughness of his report by waste  disposal, committee head George Gibb.  In other business at the meeting, the  board passed a motion to apply for sup-  , plementary letters patent giving the SCRD  additional funding to cover any deficit in  Sunshine Coast recreation facilities and to  investigate fully existing deficits in  recreation facilities in the.regional  district.  The motion was precipitated by a  lengthly discussion about regional funding  of recreation facilities, including the  Sechelt Arena which was reported last  week to be on the verge of closing because  of financial difficulties.  In a letter to the.board, village clerk  Tom Wood had asked for financial help  from the board to keep the arena open.  Some members of the board, however, ���  were reluctant to support regional  financial-help for the arena because it is  considered privately-owned facility.  Gibsons director Jack Marshall and  alternative Area F director Fyles voted  against the motion for seek the letters  patent.  ~ Letters patent are requested from the  provincial government when the board  seeks to pass bylaws not previously  authorized.  -Williams.  I Williams was attempting to "dispel  i some of the misconceptions" about the  j Essential Services Disputes Act in the  ^ letter.  * The act does not take away the right to  i bargain collectively nor does it "displace  > the obligation to bargain collectively in  f good faith and to make every effort to  ' achieve a collective agreement," Williams  'said.  He   said  the   act   "only   becomes  the brief said.  With the expanded facility it is expected these programs will increase, and  though volunteers will still be needed, "it  cannot be expected that they continue to  accept a workload that could double or  triple the present task level.  "Nor can anyone reasonably expect the  present schobl staff to spend yet more time  assisting the operation of community  events."  The brief recommends that School  District No. 46 pay half the coordinator's  salary with the other half paid by the BIRC  through the Greater Vancouver Regional  District.  Assuming the salary would be $12,000  annually for a full-time coordinator, each  party would pay $3,000 annually for a half-  time employee, the brief said.  The first year (Jidy to December)  would cost each party $1,500.  HODGINS ADAMANT,  Bowen Island school-' trustee. Brian  Hodgins was adamant that the board  approve the recommendations immediately. ,\*  Trustee Al Lloyd told the group  representing the commission, association,  school and pre-school association he  believed in their concept and the community use of-schools.  But he questioned whether the school  tinuing education."  STICKS AND STONES  . Lloyd said most of the school board's  time was spent on "sticks, stones, staff  -and such,^-with a-very-small-part-oWhe���  meeting taken up with the education of  children, which he considers the priority.  Hodgins said the group was asking only  $1,500 the first year and $3,000 thereafter.  "We are making a powerful presentation because sometimes we are isolated  and sometimes we are neglected (by the  board)," he said.      ' ,  Hodgins disagreed vehemently /with  Lloyd's opinion that "teachers teach, the  rec commission recreates and at 5 p.m.  the functions change."  "Teachers should bar those doors and  don't let the .community in" he said.  "I am speaking against what I have  heard tonight. I know the best thing would  be to have a teacher on that site, but we  are not asking for a full-time person."  PERSONALITIES  At one point in the meeting, Lloyd  asked Hodgins, "Can we keep personalities out of this?"  "No," Hodgins said.  At tiie end of the meeting Hodgins  apologized saying, "I don't believe I am  satisfied with my answer earlier."  It was not his intention to "slur" Lloyd,  he said. "If I did, I apologize for it. Inthe  heat of an argument I will-challenge your  or anyone's opinion."  Trustee Len Van Egmond voted in  favor of tabling. As a new trustee, he did  not yet "understand the financial implications," he said.  "It would be s shame if this facility was  -not utilized to its fullest extent," he said.  He suggested the community school  association could try financing it themselves the first year to "see how they  -handle-it:"       "       ���         ' "If we don't have^ very serious  discussion, we will have many more briefs  as well-presented as (tonight)".  Rotluff said though she supports the  recommendations, the motion should be  tabled until the provisional budget  meeting. *  Funding, for. -a. recreation, -function^ ^operative after it ir clear that'the parties  including finances for the aVena, requires  such a" move by the board.  Dir. Marshall told the board that last  July Mr. Hall said the arena could be run  at a profit each year and gave examples of  how it could be done.  "Why aren't Mr. Hall and Mr. Van  Egmont putting their money where their  mouth is. Some residents of Area F are  against the regional board funding this  private enterprise, v  "Maybe I'm from the old school. We  are not Santa Claus and I can't see us  shelling out all the time," he said.  Flu bout over  Peninsula residents should be back  on their feet after fighting a bout with  the Russian flu this month.  Director of the Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, Dr. Bruce Laing said last  Thursday the flu epidemic is "pretty  well over" after reaching its peak  early in January.  ' The flu affected mainly young  people with schools recording an  approximately 30 per cent absentee  rate, Dr. Laing said.  New way to get licence plates  A new motor vehicle licence plate  issuing procedure which will help  eliminate the annual February lineups will  go into effect April 1, 1970, it was announced last week by Highways Minister  Alex V. Fraser.  The new procedure, termed "cyclical  licence renewal" will allow vehicle owners  applying for licences on or after April 1 to  keep their plates for a full year from that  date. To do this they will be Issued one  decal on which ,the expiry date will be  printed,  For example, owners who apply for a  licence plate on April 1 will receive a decal  with a March 31,1080 expiry date. A May,  1070 Issuance would receive number plates  and a decal with an April 30,1680 expiry  date, and so on.  Decals for passenger vehicles must be  applied to the rear licence, plate In the  space designated. In the case'of trucks and  buses with a licenced gross vehicle weight  In excess of 5,500 kilograms (12,000  pounds), tho decal must be placed on tho  front licence plate.    ' \   .Only one.decalwlUlwJioued per set of  plates.,  Motorists purchasing 1079, licence  plates during January, February and  March this year, will not receive a decal.  Their  licence  plates  will  expire   on  WtSsWIoWffi^  TToTOaWJCTiWto    In the small craft and marine division of     ^e^  federal fisheries. a number of years, according to Fraser,  There he formulated guidelines for tho   and as It takes effect, will spread the  funding of marina applications. current large volume of business in  February over the entire year.  The 1979 licence plates consist of white  figures on a blue back-ground for  passenger vehicles and green figures on a  white   background   for commercial.  <1  in the negotiations have been unable to  reach agreement, and then only when  there is an actual or apprehended work  stoppage... which is likely to create ..."  "That's a dangerous; word, likely,"  Mayor Blaine said. "No one has to prove  anything. It's just likely or perhaps.  "Likely is' a little strong when the  cabinet is given the ability to decide what  is likely to happen.",  A motion was* carried to write the  minister for further clarification.  Two other letters from the minister of  municipal affairs were better received.  William Vander Zalm enclosed a  cheque in each. As the final 1978 unconditional grant instalment of the  Revenue St&ring Act, the Village of  Gibsons received $12,258, bringing the  total to $110,000. ������  Also a final payment for 1978 is  $39,715.98 granted under the Sewerage  Facilities Assistance Act.  In other council news, Mayor Blaine  again commended Gibsons public works  crews for their "outstanding efforts" in  keeping the water in the reservoir from  freezing.  . Two requests for financial grants from  the Salvation Army and the Gibsons and  District Chamber of Commerce were  referred to the finance committee for  consideration.  Council is considering amending the  present parking bylaw to include a section  to prohibit campers and trailers from  parking for the purpose of sleeping  overnight oh village streets and byways.  A motion was carried to send a letter to  the school board indicating council's interest In participating in the* school  district's budget.  DESPITE LOBBYING\by Gibsons  and District Chamber of Commerce,  school board chairman Don Douglas  0  says the school board offices will  relocate to Sechelt.  School offices move still on  Despite lobbying by the Gibsons and  District Chamber of Commerce, School,  District No. 46 board will not reverse its  decision to relocate the school board offices Jn Sechelt.  "The board has made a decision which  it feels will benefit the district as a whole,'*  board chairman Don Douglas told  Chamber president Jon McRae at the  school hoard meeting last Thursday.  McRae appeared before the board to  reiterate the chamber's arguments  against the board offices relocating.  In a letter to the board December 13,  McRae said the offices should be based "in  the area where the school population  exists and will exist In the future."  "There ls no doubt that the population  growth will form near industry -and the  potential for Howe Sound to draw industry  is incredible," he said. * , ���  Douglas said basing the offices where  tho school populations exists does not  "allow us to meet our main concerns  which are to meet as many of the  educational and business heeds of the  district as'efficiently as we can.  , "When one looks at the whole area, the  distance between all schools, the  educational services and business services  supplied to all schools and the need for  these services to be available to all persons on as equal a ba^ia as is possible, the  board feels its designated location for the  offices to bo a good choice," he added.  **.,  TV*  uV.  '%^��4  4  I  RCMP REPORT no serious Injuries  when a half-ton truck, In ditch at  right, and a tractor-trailer unit, on   snowy road conditions Friday near  pole shown at top of picture,  side in ditch at centre, sldeswiped In   Hopkins Landing, knocking out Hydro  i ���-v-  PageA-2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 31,1979  How to approach  your reg  distributed to the directors to allow  - time to study prior to meetings, and  that each'speaker be allowed no  more than five minutes at the  meetings,  with a  five  minute   question   and   answer-period  following. .   <       l  It has generally-been'Bpard procedure  to allow a presentation to continueovefthe  above quoted time restriction provided the  presentation does not become redundant,  argumentative or advocate "procedures  contrary to existing provincial and federal  statutes. The chairman at all times  reserves the right to exclude an individual  for improper conduct (By-law 1, Section 6)  and may request an individual to confine  his remarks to the area under discussion.  At the recommendation of the January  18 Management Committe meeting, the  Board has also requested me to restate  existing policy in reference to Which  meetings are open or closed to the public.  Section 56 (B) of By-law No/1 states:  The meetings of all standing and  select committees shall be open.to  the public unless the^cotamittee is  dealing with personnel matters.  For your additional information the  Board has also established the policy that  the  Chairman  shall  be   the  Board's  spokesman on all matters relating to the  public and the press and that if a director  wishes to make a press release he must do  other action as is deemed expedient, so solely_as.Dirj^J��r_of7his electoral area.  Every petition presented to the This policy was approved unanimously by  Regional Board shall include the the Board both in committee and regular  name of each petitioner with his    meeting.  Following is a letter from SCRD board  chairman Ed Nicholson outlining existing  policy toward petitions and delegations at  board meetings. Our. thanks."ed.  EdjtorjJ^e.lWs:^^,.,, ^,^,7 . ��� ���..  "Recently, there "have been several  editorials in' the local press Expressing  concern over the public's accessibility to  the Sunshine Coast Regional District  Board and the time limitations placed on  petitions and delegations at Board  meetings.  For this reason the Board had directed  me to write on their behalf, in order to  clarify the existing policy. This policy is as  follows:  No person or group of persons  wishing to appear before the  Regional Board may do so unless he  or they have first notified the  Secretary in writing before she has  prepared the Agenda and circulated  . it to the members of the Regional  Board except on extraordinary  occasions declared as such by the  Chairman.  Every delegation shall' be  allowed a reasonable time at the  discretion of the Chairman to  present its petition or submission,  after which the Regional Board may  dispose of the petition or submission  at the meeting, refer the, subject  matter to a Committee or take such  Elphinstone  group thanks  Editor, The Times:  The people of the Elphinstone Student  Research Productions would like to thank  the Peninsula Times for the front page  coverage of the Pioneer tapes.  The topes will be shown by Coast  Cablevision January 31, in Gibsons at 6  p.m. and Sechelt at 7:30 p.m. on our  community channel 10. Thanks again for  the coverage.  Sincerely,  "���   " Kim Anderson  Steve Ripper  ���,  Mike Duteau -  BillHume  ESRP Public Relations  -V  Ecumenical  "rwldOTtial"address;  In the case of a Corporation, the  authority given by the Corporation  tosign the petition shall be produced  in connection therewith.  Bylaw No. 1. Sec. 29  On June 29,1978, vthe Board approved  the following supplement to the above  policy.  That a written outline of the subject  matter must be submitted by each  petitioner   or   delegation   and  -- ��������-}. ��*,., S--- 'kV  TnconclusionTwould like to thaiuVyou-  Mr. Editor, for the interest, concern and  responsibility your paper has demonstrated in reporting the activities of local  government on the Sunshine Coast. It is  the sincere wish of the Board that our  combined efforts will result in an informed  and involved public. _. ,  Yours truly,  Ed Nicholson  Chairman, Sunshine Coast  Regional District.  -READEWSJUGHT-  Rapped knuckles rap back  study Thursdays  Editor, The Times:  Almost two thousand years ago in  Jerusalem, a Jewish man was crucified'as  a convicted felon by the Roman government. After His death He rose again to life  and went about among his followers-encouraging them and teaching them. Forty  days later he went back home to His  Father in Heaven, after giving His  disciples a final instruction. My Father  has promised to give you power to carry on  now that I am no longer to be with you in  body. I want you, therefore, to wait  together in Jerusalem until that promise is  fulfilled.  They did so and in ten days a stupendous thing happened. It galvanized them  into action, it made timid people brave as  lions and ignorant, unlettered people  confound the most learned men of that  time. It gave power to its recipients to  suffer torture and death without faltering  and it spread like wildfire all over the then  known world.  This event was to change the course of  history and to revolutionize men's thinking  about the relationships of man to man and  man to God.  The beginning of this movement is to be  the theme of the ecumenical study held  every Thursday  evening  in  the Holy  Imagine how it could be  n  Editor, The Times:  Your editorial headed No Time To  Waste in your January 17 issue in which  you rap Area C Director Lee's knuckles for  cutting off a delegation to the Sunshine  Coast Regional Board four minutes into  his presentation ,to "discuss the, fate of  ^Sechelt'.'. ijs;s6,fat from the truth as to beg  that^ybur'reporter have her. "knuckles  rapped".  ,  Now the facts. The Board has a policy  of requiring a written precis of, a  presentation prior to the meeting in order  that Directors have a chance to do their  homework. The actual presentation is  allowed ten minutes with such further  time as may be required for directors'  questions. ....-���/  Applying this policy when Mr. Handshy  was nine minutes into,his presentation  and it became obvious that his message  had been delivered, and he has becoming  v-  Just imagine how delightful it would be  to have that beautifully designed UBC  architects theatre transferred to Gibsons.  The building, because of its circular spinoff design, will bemagic for abstract  adaptation. There will be no stage left or  stage right, instead there will be stage  north, south, east and west. The  imagination required to utilize this should  produce more original and exciting  theatre.   .      ,���  How marvellous to be able to "First  Night" it again with all the attendant  excitement ahd thrills of vicarious fear for,  the players. Live theatre is great. It Is fun  to help with costumes, lighting, stagesets,  prompting and programming. Childrens  theatre and visiting performers would be a  natural off-shoot benefit for all.  Imagine also, while in Gibsons,, how  charming it would be to have a re-vitalized  old fashioned Lower Town after the  thought of Victoria's Bastion Square and  Wharf Street or old Quebec's Lower Town.  Picture all refurbished narrow lanes,  small craft and speciality shops; interesting, unexpected alleys with strange  sounding names. How great a place It  would be to send the endless summer  guests when they start getting in your  hair. -  I love Gibsons; I never go down that hill i  without thrilling to the busy little harbour  view. Just at dusk the lights reflecting in  the water are all pink and yellow, the sky  is electric blue and everything else shades  to murky purple.  Dazzling I  If you look in tho rear view mirror,  behind your ls pure stained glass and It ls  very difficult to pay attention to the  serious business of driving. The thing to do  is Just pull over arid "dream,Does Gibsons  council ever do that?  Just Imagine how marvellous a narrow  canal would be at Sechelt so the smaller  boats could nip through and park at  Porpoise Bay Marina. The resulting  tourists would wander at will through  Sechelt Justy buying and buying. Now they  moore at Gibsons, Secret Cove or Madeira  Park and, if without transportation or  friends, leave Sechelt serene in isolation.  Imagine a boardwalk and decent picnic  site on the beach. If that's too much for the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce, perhaps  they could spring for a decent sign Indicating that there IS a beach at Sechelt,  Think how pretty and practical ft would  be if the shops on Cowrie Street put up  canopies. We do live in a rain area andit is  no .wonder that people prefer Mall  shopping in a downpour. Also, while in  Sechelt, dare we discuss boat ramps?  Just imagine how fine it would be for  Peninsulers if there was some assistance  from the highways department in marking  Public Beach Access areas. There ls a  charming sign complete with seagull and  Sunshine Coast which seems to be lost fn a.  sea of beaurocratic kelp somewhere in  darkest Burnaby. Oh my, how truly great,  if the adjacent private residents would  allow Public Beach Access to be for the  public instead of camouflaging them with  bracken, shrubbery, fencing and  everything but leg-hold traps.  Finally,   wouldn't  It  be   absolutely  GORGEOUS to see the new Sunshine5  Coast Fine Arts Centre all plumbed, level,  windowed, water tight and surrounded by  gardens?  * Da* dreams, pipe dreams and  imagination ��� how dreary life would be  without them.  As .a Post Script: Watching and  listening to Jack Webster in the morning is  insufferable. He sounds exactly the way  Gordon Sinclair would sound If he had  undergone a sex change and become Anita  Bryant. I did have to tune In, find out and  turn off. I'll check In again about once a  week to see if he Is still ranting on about  the poor Judges and their peccadillos  concerning ladies of the night.  "      ���Marcia Poultice  More to courage  j//  i  by Bruce Robinson  The dictionary defines courage as  "moral strength that makes a person face  any danger, trouble or pain steadily and  without fear". How many war movies  have we all seen with the private and the  sergeant sitting in the trench preparing to  run the proverbial gauntlet of bullets and  mines and blood-crazed enemies. You  know how it goes. The private says: "No  problem sarge. We'll get 'em. I ain't  afraid." The sergeant replies: "Private, If  you're not afraid, you're an idiot."  But there is, it seems to me, more to  courage than the absence of fear, more to  it than the negation of something, more to  it than disregard for one's own safety.  Indeed, courage probably has very little to  do with self-irreverance and substantially  more to do with self-respect. A courageous  act does hot always involve diving off a  cliff in order to rescue an entire flock,of ��.  nuns whose mission boat has capsized and/8M  who are simultaneously drowning and  being devoured by disrespectful sharks. It  may require Just as much courage for a  twelve-year-old student to read orally in  front of his or her peers. With this in mind,  | would like to tell you about somebody  whom I think is courageous.  Several years ago, an old frlond was  injured In an accident in northern B.C. As  a result of that accident, ho was permanently paralyzed from the waist down.  I visited him three times at Vancouver  General and I can remember, while  driving to the hospital on the first visit,  wondering how I was going to be able to  pick up his spirits ��� spirits which would  surely have plummeted to the lowest  depths.  When I entered his room there seven or  eight friends gathered arqund his bed ���  laughing. My friend was telling a Joke. At  first I couldn't believe it; but I soon  rationalized it away as "putting up a goc  front for the boys".  The second time I arrived full oi  missionary zeal about how I would say all  the right things, and enable my friend to  see the light; I could tell him that there  was no need to construct false fronts. We  all understood and together we would. i.  and again there were more people  laughing in the room. Another joke fronj  my friend,  / Each time I saw him afterwards,  through the therapy and then at the odd  party, It never changed. He seemed like  repetitive,   the   following   conversation  ensued:  Lee: "Could you close this off by five  after, say another minute"?  Handshy: "Yeah, sure,.I have just  finished anyway thank you".  Lee: "Thank you, the board is very  grateful for your information".  Now where did I get this recap? The  official boardroom tape, that's where!  Mr. Handshy's comment you report as  "very disappointed" with the Board attitude takes no account of Dir. Harrison's  offer of support after Handshy clarifies his  spoken program, or such reaction as was  to be expected from a governmenThddyatr  Handshy's words "non violent civil  disobedience".  Hopefully it will gladden your heart  rthatr4he7Regioriat_Board cleared this  particular meeting, everything duly dealt  with, in an all-time record of one and a half  hours.  Sincerely.  Charles Lee.  Area CDirector.  /.������'.������  Family Church hall at 7:30 p.m.  A joyful loving welcome awaits all who  will come. Thank you very much for your  kindness in publicising- this announcement. .  Alice Taylor.  Resource  group thanks  Editor, The Times:  The Board of the Sunshine Coast  Community Resource Society wishes to  thank your newspaper for the excellent  coverage you gave to the activities of this  society last year.  The MhuHBusrHomemakersr-Sehior-- ^  Services including Adult Day Care,  Alternate Education, Volunteer Bureau  are of value only when they are being Used  by citizens of the, area, and through your  paper awareness of these services is  provided.  Again, thanks.  Jack MacLeod  publicity chairman  Resource society.  Sorry, no thanks, too political  Editor, The Times:  On January 24, the Sechelt Chamber of  Commerce had their first meeting of the  new year and the new executive was installed! The special speaker for the  evening was Jim Fitzgibbons from the  B.C. Chamber of Commerce.  In his opening remarks he said the  Chamber of Commerce is non-political. He  then proceeded to tell us what a horrible  Job the present .Federal government ls  e happiest person in the room. In fact I'd    doing, spying Canada is 22 billion dollars  heJt  ENINSULA  ^fdtne*  No public money for  jMvat^  Published Wednesdays (it Sechelt  on H.C.'s .Sunshine ("oust  i>y  The Peninsula Times  lor Westpres Publications Ltd.  '" ' iitsochcit, no.  --"   lloxjlO- Sechelt, B.C.  ��� ���      VON MO  I'honc HH.S-.12.il  ,,,.��� __J^.ttli;��JiouriiLiBj[Jlftj����Ui��*, .-,..,,....��������  loSp.m.Tiics.-.Snt,  Subscription Utiles: (In ndvimce)  I .ocitl, 57 per yenr, Beyond 35 mile*, $H  U.S.A.,$IO.OveiicAs$ll.  Editor, The Times:  I would gather from your January 24  article, Ice Arena Could Close Doors that  village clerk Tom Wood has no compunction about spending tho taxpayers'  money any which way. After all, it's only a  ,02 mill levyl-     Well sir, I care about whore my tax;  money goes, and I don't care to see It go to  a pseudo-private venture.  '     That the arena la not at present  qjeratod protitobly is no concern of  jftm/oep but ..l^pj��s���yifhQ.pprfl|ojt..Po.n't.flBH...  mo and the other taxpayers to support a  dead horse ��� and If Mr. Wood has any  degree of competence he should perhaps  channel his energies In seeing that tho  concern  make a  arena Is returned to a private  which would without n doubt '  mint".  As for the .02 mill levy, surely anyone  with half a brain will know Instinctively  that if such a silly precedent la Bet ��� that  Is.'balllng out a concern which should be  profit-making ��� next year there may well  bo fifty such requests.  Heck, who knows, I might ovon bo  persuaded to latch on to some of this ''easy  '"'rnofley'*;'''"*""'"*''"*''" *""** *""** ~" -������^~  To Mr. "Wood then, I say smarten up, or  we tho taxpayers, already overburdened;  may point y���� tno right way ��� out.  J. E. Bolangor,  swear he was.  As much as the injury was supposed to  restrict my friend, he maintained a  phenomenal degree of mobility, continuing after therapy the professional  endeavours for which he had trained  before the accident. The job he ultimately  got required him both to travel In rough  country and to be mobile once he arrlvtd  at his destination. Shedding his wheelcharr  In favor of crutches, and equipping his  four-wheel drive with hand controls,  provided the necessary mobility. Once ho  left the confines of the hospital, he just  never looked back.  Other people 1 have known or heard),pf  who have suffered similarly, have usually  experienced ��� and understandably so ���  dramatic shifts and transformations in  mental make-up, corresponding to tho  changes they are compelled to make in  their lifestyle. My friend neycr changed  his lifestyle in any marked way. Ho continued to do what he had done and although  there were bound to be limitations, you  would never havo found out what they  were from talking to him.  ; It is clear to mo that ho wanted to  preserve what ho had before���that ho was  not going to accept what wasn't right for  him, That speaks of a man who has  direction and self-respect. He liked who he  was and he wasn't going to change.  Sometimes I wonder what hla private  ever know, just how hard 1ms worked In  keeping his equilibrium and finding how  reserves of strength. But there would bo  unanimous agreement on one, thing. The  man has courage,  in the hole. He then told us the Labour  unions were supporting a political party,  saying we all know what party that is.'  Now there is only one party left that  supports private enterprise as he calls it.  The only thing he didn't tell us was how  "Joe You-know-who" would solve all of  Canada's problems if we all voted for him.  I was previously asked to thank the  speaker on behalf of the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce. I had to  get up and refuse to do so, as in my opinion  It was a political speech and I apologized  that I could not.  I sincerely apologize to Mr. Henry Hall  and the whole of tho Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce for any embarrassment I caused. But I could not  have lived with myself if I had done  otherwise.  Sincerely,  Ed Nicholson.  A Vancouver guide  By Robert Kirsch  If I had to pick one restaurant in  Vancouver as a personal favorite, It would  bo PASPAROS TAVERNA In North  Vancouver. Tho cuisine of Greece is one of  the richest, most varied and original in the  world. Mingle such enticing dishes as  Moussaka, Souvlakla, and Spanakopetn  with tho sounds of Bouzoukl music, solid  wooden beams and white plaster walls; In  tho unsteady flicker of candlelight, and  you are off on a wild fantasy to tho shores  of the Aegean Sea.  ,  Ouzo, a cloudy, white anlseed-flnvored  spirit is drunk with your appetizers���such  as fried squid or fish roe pate.  Wine is then served with the rest of,  your meal,  , ,���......,,..,���.,i��fflOMiSe��^ino4.J!lth, Its. rosin  flavor sfiouldbo tried. Thoba  elements  of Grcsok f otid airo moftt ��� wpfeclally lamb,  veal and pork. Numerous tasty sauces are  sorved with Ingredients such as ollvo oil,  lemon Juice, eggs, and fotta cheese,  The food and service at PASPAROS are  unmatched and as you lonvo across tho  tiled courtyard, only the skyline of tho city  and tho bay let you know you are back In  Vancouver again, and it's time for a LUV  AFFAIR.  This ls the ominous name given to a  Discotheque on Soymour Street. Fantasy  of a totally different kind is found hero.  Translucent light, flashing to tho vibration  of popular disco music, carries you into  this novor-nover land of roller-skating  waiters, plnball machines und fancy  dress, 'I'he unrelenting call of the music  seems to drag you onto tho dance floor to  Join the outrageous scene.  , The LUV AFFAIR has become unlquo  in Its way of mixing different sections of  todays realities. Predominantly gay and  liftotanyrelaxcltlw  it allows you to prsue your own pleasures.  ��� Eat on tho shores of the Aegean Sea,  then dance Uio night nwny In chic comfort  of a now fantasy, It could become a habit. ��� :\  /,.  Quality patient carfe  By HELEN PARKEk  WHETHER THEY are working on or The addition and renovations to the  in St. Mary's Hospital Emergency 'hospital are expected to be completed  Room, special skills are required,   late summer or early fall.  THE FIREPLACE THAT ACTUALLY  HEATS YOUR HOME  Freih out��ld��i  Warm air llowi  from front  tiMtllnar 300'  * Constructed of extra heavy duty 3/16"  boiler plate, the firebox' and other steel  parts will last indefinitely due to the  fresh air continually circulating  throughout.  * The warm air produced by the. NORTHERN FIREPLACE fills the room and, if  you open the door, it fills the adjoining  fo6m, and the'next. With ONE.NOTHERN  '' FIREPLACE'and'enti'refr��Jse couid be  olr entori  back of/  heated.  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DISHWASHER $CAQ00  Portabl.-Harv.itOold ....   9T9  COMPACT        cioahis  DISHWASHER ,8*069^  SPEED QUEEN WARRANTY  -4 2 Yaara part* ft labor  ���, 10 Yaar* on th�� Tranimltilon  ��� UMIma itolnleM ��U#I tub.  1 ONLY - KELVINATOR  Upright >      $AOQ9S  Fraoxar tO V  <(,))   ELECTRONIC  Radio /haek  authorized Sales Centre  aJCpwrJe 8t?iSechel|^M,_lo)<j26fi  885-2568  IVe Service What We Sell  Quality-patient care bas always been;  the first consideration at St. Mary's  Hospital,.t>ut the completion of the new  addition willenable even more patients to  benefit from that quality care.  With the approximately 22,000 square  foot addition and the .renovation of 15,000  square feet of the existing hospital; St.  Mary's will'have upgraded its service  facilities to accommodate a minimum of  125 beds in the future.  Presently, , St, Mary's can���ac-  commodate a minimum of 72 beds.  The $2.75 million expansion project,  under construction since April last year, is  expected to be completed in late summer  or early (all administrator Nick  Vucurevich said last Tuesday.  The expansion will increase services to  all areas of the hospital. ._._   A larger emergency room,  "comparable with similar size hospitals",in the  province,will be able to accommodate  much better the semi-disasters that do .  happen on occasion, Viicurevich said.  Four stretchers will be available for the  examination of emergengy patients in the  ' emergency room. A plaster room for cast  application, an observation room where  patients may stay and an examination  room where doctors may examine patients  or speak with them privately will also be  included in the emergency section.  The central sterilizing room will .be  modernized with new equipment to  sterilize bundles and trays for surgical and  related procedures.  After sterilization, these will be  assembled in a separate area. A cartwash  in the central sterilizing room will wash  "anything on wheels," Vucurevich said.  An operating room will be added to the  present one, along with a five-bed  recovery room. Day surgery and inpatient surgery cases will have a ward to  themselves and a "quiet room" will be set  ���asideJoriiamiliesQl critically-ill patients  where they can relax or have private  family or doctor conferences.  For the staff, the addition will include  adequate changing rooms for doctors and  nursing operating room staff and "the  head nurse will have an office finally  which can be utilized for a clinical conference room," Vucurevich said.  The laboratory department will increase in space to accommodate increased  staff, and substantiate on the present  bacteriology service. There will be  another room for blood collection. ~  The increased space will allow the  department to decentralize its lab  facilities. Electrocardiograms now will be  done behind closed doors where the patient  can be left in comfort.  The physiotherapyTie  from downstairs to the" main floor' and  includes an increase in occupational  therapy. The public will benefit from the  addition of more modern equipment.  The X-ray department increases from  one to two rooms also with more  sophisticated equipment. Included in the  , X-ray department will be proper  changerooms and a bathroom as  procedure .requires.  Doctors waiting for maternity cases or  observing other patients now will be able  to wait in the doctor's lounge across the  hall from the physiotherapy department.  All medical books will be centralized on  the main floor in the hospital library which  presently is located downstairs.  Also moving from downstairs is the  medical data centre where medical staff  and patients will benefit from a better  organization of medical records.  The centre will take care of the clerical  work ,of the par-medical sections. The  Information desk, switchboard, admitting  area, medical stenographer and medical  librarian's office, as wejl as the X-ray files  will be located IrvHhls general area inside  the new main entrance.  Tho quiet room and daycare surgery  will take over the present administration  area and administration will relocate into  the new addition to the right of the main  entrance with offices for the director of  nursing, business manager, business  office, administrator and confidential  secretary and the personnel officer.  Bulk stores will be centralized In the -  basement and the hospital auxiliary will  take over 50 per cent more storage space.  Upstairs the auxiliary will have its own  closed-in gift shop.  Tho boardroom downstairs will Include  an in-service training area for groups.  In designing tho addition, an effort was  made to give each department as much  natural lighting as possible.  Staying as much as possible with an  autumn color scheme, it is hoped that  patients will find themselves waiting in a  more conducive atmosphere.  On completion of the addition, patients  will find their stay In St. Mary's more  comfortable in a smooth running; well-  organized hospital.  /     i  Wednesday. January 31.1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-3  ' of  ���/'  If '  , ' .)  Crystalaire  "Eight"  8 ft. long by 6' 6"  wide-polyethylene  cover  -(    >  Pearl Mist  "Eight"  8 ft. long by  8 ft. wide-  Fiberglass/Acrylic  panels.  .^^^^MSiii^^S^f  >��v  Pearl Mist  Lean-to  "Sixt��li"  16 ft long by 7 ft  wide- fiberglass/  Acrylic panels  in Dome II  Geodesic design  15 ft dia.-flat  fiberglass/Acrylic  panels.  .<��� '  ���s*w  T  *HT *...   v  *OTHER MODELS & SIZES AVAILABLE. * ALLOW 1 WEEK DELIVERY.  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Sunahln* Cooat Hwy, Olbaona  and or      OO0~ol4*l  .........  .^__ PajgeA-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday  31,19QT9  Sechelt notes  Dolly's birthday  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  It was Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's.  Hospital's turn to entertain the extended  care patients. The day -chosen was  January 24, so what better theme than  echoes of Scotland with the Baird's birthday" the next day. ~   Piper Gordon Webb from Gibsons  started off the program with the skirl of  the pipes with Mary Orre, accompanied by  Mary Redman, delightfully singing such  Robbie Burns favorites as, Comin Thro'  the Rye and Highland Lad.  Rollande-Le Page from Gibsons was  the Highland Dancer who stepped so  lightly-with skirt skirling to piper Webb's  piping.  The male vocalist, always popular with  'the patients, was Walter James who gave  forth with some Scottish, airs ending  with a stirring renditibn of Road to the  Isles, with Bunny Shupe at the piano.  Dancer Rollande returned to perform  the sword dance in a space just big enough  for the swords to cross, executing her  steps as if she was on a big stage and not  inches away from a couple of wheel chairs.  The patients responded to the musical  party, joining in the singing. One of the  patient's husbands kindly provided a wee  drap of spirits for those who wished it.  The ten Sechelt auxiliary members  supplied the food, Scotch scones, oatcakes,  Scotch buns(Scotsman's fruit cake), lots  of shortbread and helped with the serving  and partying with the patients  There was a birthday cake for Mrs.  Dolly Lightfdot. whose birthdate is  January 29. She made a lovely little speech  thanking everyone for providing the party  . for her and Robbie Burns.  i���Lillian-Peters was busy taking pictures -  for her grand scrapbook with all the activities of the patients recorded.  The best part of the day's planning was  the willingness of everyone to participate  and make this a grand party. The feelings  of the staff as they looked forward to the  pleasure they knew the patients were  going to experience, all combined to make  it a bright day for everyone.  A thank you to all who helped to make  the party a success from the Sechelt  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital.  SLEEPLESS NIGHTS?  Justthe eureior-those people^whacan't-  Come one night or take in the full teji  weeks ��� whatever way, it is one dollar a  session.  Evans Herman suggests you bring a  sleeping bag and a- pillow. This is for  people who are uptight; -full- of-tension,  have high.blood pressure, or who just can't  sleep. Itgets to be a vicious circle.  You will be amazed at the results..  MAXINE McNEIL   .  This very popular lady was a member  of the Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital when she lived in Selma Park.  Maxine convened the bridge tournament  among her other activities. -  Calgary has been her home. She moved,  4here totexiear her daughter^ge received^  sad news that she passed away .January 26  after a lengthy illness,  PLANT SALES IN APRIL  Take note of a change of date. The Arts  Center Building Committee announced  last year their plant sale to be held in  April. The date has been moved up to April  7, the first Saturday of the month, at theuv  new building grounds.  April 14, Saturday, the Welcome Beach  Community Association will hold its plant  sale.  Both April 21 and the 28 there will be  plant sales. One will be at the Sechelt  Garden Club and the other at the Senior  Citizens group hall.  4 That takes care of the gardeners on  Saturdays for the month of April.  ENTERTAINMENT NOW  The  oldtimers  hockey  games   are  strictly fun and excercise. If you want to  see them in action they are at the Arena  "every-Fridaynightstarting at-9 p7mr  THE PUBLICS TURN  Are "B" residents chose a committee  to represent them at the Settlement Plan  meetings, this committee is now ready to  present to you the first draft of a report.  Two meetings will be held where you  can,have a say in the future of Halfmoon  Bay and West Sechelt. Attend one or both.  The first one will be on Sunday, February  18 at 12:30 p.m. at the Welcome Beach  Hall, Redrooffs Road. The second'* on  Wednesday, February 21, at 7:30 p.m. at  the home of Louis Vignal. next door to the  West Sechelt School on Nor-west Bay  Spanish classes  , The Chilean born instructor, German  Westphal from Capilano College, taught a  -well received SpanishConversation course  for beginners in the fall.  On Wednesday, February 7, at 7:30,  Mr. Westphal will start teaching again in  Elphinstone Secondary School, Room 110,  "if~a~mmiimum~i)f^l5"students "are "interested. The fee is $30 for 20, hours.  . -Students who attended-the course  previously and who are interested in  returning are also asked to pre-register  together with new students. Call 885-3512,  Centre for Continuing Education, 9 a.m. - 5   p.m.  \     Use 'Times' Adbrlefs  u  msMeweeWesWteTeTe^mm9MtmwesTe^  SHOWROOM CLOSED  UNTIL THURS., FEB. 22ND.  Sorry for any inconvenience.  CABINET CARPET CERAMIC CENTRE  NORTH ROAD GIBSONS ~      886-2765  MMMMMJIMMMflMIIMI)^^  \  MARY ORRE was one of the entertainers at the Extended. Care  patients  party  organized  by   the  Sechelt Ladies Hospital Auxiliary last  Wednesday.  relax enough to go to sleep, and are uptight  when  tension's   got   you.   Join' the   Road- ^  Relaxation classes being held at Chatelech   GIBSONS NEWS w  High school's Mobile Unit every Thursday       Now I am going to find out what my  Marion  7 to 8p.m.'  Bit of excercise, deep breathing, take a  guided relaxation course step by step.  friends] in Gibsons: are up to.  Alsager is ready to,talk. Nice to have you  with us Marion.  Gibsons glimpses  Want guide leaders  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  The Girl Guide Association held an  area conference recently with 42 leaders  attending from the North Shore,  Squamish, Gibsons and Sechelt. The topic  of disusslon was International Year of the  Child and also the new age grouping for  Brownies and Guides. Anyone who is interested in becoming a leader, please call  Gloria Fyles at 886-7714. There is always a  great demand and need for leadership.  The Sunshine Rangers, with the help of  Ruth Moore, catered for the conference.  Many thanks of appreciation to them for a  job well done.  CONGRATULATIONS  Congratulations to ex-residents* Bernle  and Mary Llttlejohn on the arrival of their  baby daughter. The Littiejohns reside at  Williams Lake.  BURNS NIGHT  The Ladies Auxiliary to the. Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 100 commemorated the 220th Robert Burns anniversary with a dinner and dance last  Saturday. President Tlllle Knowlos convened this very successful event. John  Bumslde gave an excellent toast to the  immortal memory of the bard and created  a most touching moment of the evening by  dedicating Burns' beautiful love poem,  "John Anderson My Joe", to the late  Eileen Glassford.  DINGHY TOPPED   '  What well known sailor flipped his  dinghy while out on tho briney last Sunday  morning? Roger havo you found your keys  yet? - the Yacht Club awaits youl  POWER SQUADRON  The Power Squadron went over to  Frank Baker's and to the Marine Traffic  ControlCentre a week ago last Friday ���  what "pull" got them on the upper lounge,  deck of the ferry to have their "Bridge"?  OFF FRIDAY  A reminder that high school students  will be off school on Friday February 2 for  semester change.  DAMP TOURISTS  Among the damp but undaunted  returned tourists from Hawaii are Don and  Gladys Elson. Gladys told us that they had  five days of rain In the two weeks they  holidayed on the Island of Maui. The Island  of Hawaii received 70 Inches of rain in one  week plus near hurricane winds which  caused the cancellation of aircraft coming  In or out for a day or two. The local  residents state that they have never seen  such bad weather as this and that it ls most  unusual for this time of year.  '''"iNJ^D'BARBADOS  Marv and Peggy Volen have just  returned from a one week Caribbean  cruise and a two week stay In Barbados,  which they enjoyed thoroughly. The  Volens spent Christmas with their  daughter Thelma and husband In Toronto  and they left for the West Indies from  "Toronto/** * ��� -���������������""'"'""'" '*"""* '""'���*"  PHONE IN YOUR NEWS  Please do not hqsltate to telephone any  newsworthy events to this reporter as she  will be most happy to put it In the paper.  ^Person  WHO STOKES THE FIRE IS THE KEY FACTOR,  IN THE EFFICIENCY OF YOUR FIREPLACE OR HEATER.  ALEX or BILL SIMPKINS, Mason, 885-2688  885-2787  l^^|^<n*��(!Wflpi*i!t��*S����! ,���  RAY C0ATES PLUMBING & JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE  THE ADDITION OF  BOB WATERS  TO OUR STAFF.  "WELCOME TO THE CREW, BOB!"/!  ��� RAY & JANE COATES  ��� TERRY RHODES*  ��� WARREN SMALLWGOD  FEEL FREE TO CALLANYTIME^  FOR PLUMBING, FIXTURES,  PIPE & FITTINGS, REPAIR JOBS,  RENOVATIONS OR NEW HOUSE PLUMBING.  "H.  RAY  886-7695  JANE  886-7621  Help create  student jobs.  we'll help you.  Young Canada Works is a federal government  - job creation program designed to fund projects  which improve the skills and future job prospects  of students.  Get your'group or organization to think of an  idea. If it will createat least 3 student jobs last- ,  ing from 6 to 18 weeks each between the months '  of May and September, then Young Canada  Works may be ableto help you'turn your idea into  ��� reality.        ,  Your project should benefit the community  ' and must meet all the program requirements.  ���  Apply today. Application forms and guides are  ready now at your nearest Canada Employment  Centre/Canada Manpower Centre or Job Creation  Branch office.    ., -( '.; , ��� v  ^w^lCATlOHDEMUHEBCTEHDED ,  ENTERTAINING THE extended  care patients at St. Mary's Hospital  with Scottish folk songs, Walter  jfjPirnes of ��^eXjl!& J^tt^&t home  "with' the 'Robbie" BuHslheme" ol' "ffie"  party, organized last; Wednesday by  Sechelt Ladies Hospital Auxiliary.  Advertising.^  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  ^YOMi'S  886-8015  <*r ���  SunnycrB���� Moll, Olbiori*.  "FOR THE FINEST IN  DINING PLEASURE"  "AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD  WESTERN FOOD  Served Promptly 8, Courteouily,  WE ARE PLEASED TQ ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION  .IP,PJ��j��i^J|��JiJA|lpr5M9X,Ml1<>llQ.l!;9NQ^  WITH 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE: IN CHINESE CUISINE  Business Hours: TuoB"Thur4 pm-11 pm  Frl & SaM,pm-12 pm  ..,����.,,,.(C;ioi��d..Mondayi)-"---'���-  For Tak* out & Delivery M��nu ��� check your rn'ctll box noxt wo��k  FREE HOME DELIVERY (within VHIoq. of Glbiom) "Your Full  Ll��n��t<i a Family R��tourarrt",; v     )(    ,.,  W*j*fN#W.^l|lW$^^S*Ji*(*-J  H l^ii^if'A'Jjftw^K:-**  SSM-IUiV Halfmoon Bay happenings  Area B meeting  By Peggy Connor, 885-9347  Sechelt firemen elect new officers  Wednesday, January 31,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-5  at  The Settlement. Plan committee is  Tead�� to"show" tKe~pu6irc~whlt m'eyTiave "  been workings. The report'slirst draft is  ready for you to see and talk about Sunday, February at 12:30 p.m. at the  Welcome Beach hall. If that date doesn't  suit, a meeting will be held at Louis  Vignal's home next door to West Sechelt  .SchopLon JJoirwesjL B_ay.7_Rpad.. on .WjecUl  nesday evet%grFebruary 21, at 7:30 p.m.  COLDER THAN COLD  It wasn't cold enough for Mrs. Pixie'  Daly here. She went to Thompson in  Norther Manitoba where she received a  very warm welcome from her son Shawn  and his wife Carmen. The main object, of  the trip was-to see her hew granddaughter  nnd help the new. mother withPixie's 19-_,  month grandson as well.,  There was'time for a few outings like  cross-country skiing at minus 38 degrees  in the sunshine, on glorious crisp days.  It was minus 44 degrees when she was  sitting in the little airport terminal ��� in a  -tiny- trailer :at_7_a.m. in Leith Rapids  waiting for the Twin Otter pjan to fly her to  Thompson on her trip home.' \  SPCA -  The working being done by this group is  ������progressing well. The co-operation of the  public is the only way it can succeed.:  At present, they have no truck and no  animal shelter. If you find a stray~or have  a problem, they ask you to hold the animal  until they can find either someone who  wants it or if it is your wish, they will  dispose of it.  Totally volunteer, they are on a one-  year probation with the B.C. SPCA. Ji  during that time they can prove themselves self-sufficient, then they earn a  permanent warrant.  The representative in the Halfmoon  Bay area is Casey Brennan at 885-3903.  GREY POODLE  Saturday the Mercers at Buccaneer  Marina had a grey poodle looking quite  bedraggled seeking company and hanging  around. If someone has lost such a pet, call  them.  FILM NIGHT   There were 33 people who took in the  tour of Great Britain with Thea Leuchte'on  Thursday, January 25 at Welcome Beach  Hall.  The first two films were courtesy of Jan  Anderson of Gefr-a-way Holidays and they  showed the cathedrals, market places,  fairs and pubs travelling by bus, car and'  train.  The third film was of London in all  seasons "���' spring "with'' the " beautiful  gardens and flowers in their full spring  glory, summer^ with the flower" shows,"  sports events like tennis and cricket, and  the impressive changing of the guards.  Fall and winter featured the theatre and  _dramS7 baUeCpantontiMe^^mthe^W"  citing events that make up the whiter  season in the bigVdly. '","���'  Beautiful. Exeter in Devonshire was  shown. in another film from, the B.C.  Government, a, presentation of, the  National Gallery of Canada. There was a  _magnificant(amedralwMch was, the first  example of architecture of the decorative  period ,1250 to 1350. Full of histiry .with  exquisite sculptures and gorgeous colored  windows, it is a building still very much in  use. Shown were masses being held,  choirs, and other music in a wonderful  setting. *        '  Then a film of a trip to busy Dublin in  Ireland with the wonderful green countryside, purple lakes and storybood castles  was presented.  The evening ended with a short Charlie  Chaplin film.  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  The Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital will meet at the Welcome t  Beach Hall on Monday, February 5, .for  members and new. members alike, star--  ting at?8 p.m.  *  PRE-SCHOOL PLAYTIME  Playtime for pre-school starts next  Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Welcome Beach  Hall.. For' information call 885-3617. Open  to everybody in Halfmoon Bay area.  Video students  need furniture  The students of Elphinstone Students  Research Productions are 'involved in  making productions. Our sets have been  improvised but we could really use any  donations of furniture. AlTdonations will  be greatly appreciated and be used to their  fullest extent.  We would like to apologize to Helen  Dawe. We referred to the picture of the  Indian church as the "first" church, when  -it-was really-the '-third���church-   lelt-vohini  new slate of officers  meeting January 17.  -'.-.Newly, elected Chief is Tom Gory,, who  has served for the past two years as',  Assistant Chief..Demi Robilliardbecomes,  Assistant. Chief and Captains are, Al  Robins, Peter Yates and Tony Pike. * :  ^HRetWngirfficers received~a~well earned  vote of thanks from the department,  members with special thanks going to,  eeted-a���reUring-CbiefrButeh-Oii  their .general       Butch has served as Chief for the past  four years and his contributions to the ,���  community in that capacity are well  known.  Clean Up Youf Act  Pitch-In  a  tfASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  .nt*   flii<*iiffit*i4r^fi   f\n i r%\\   n^r*4c   fr    Infckri ���  ffcn    y u vl rd Frl 0u   wtl   tTtl   pwrrrS   Oiruowf  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-year guarantee on washer transmission  Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES          883-2648       )  'i ' i  If you see Coast Cablevision's showing  of the "Pioneers of the Sunshine Coast" on  Channel 10, Wednesday/we are referring  to the picture of the "New Era", a boat  owned by Bert Whitaker. The picture  shows the boat moored in front of the  church on the Sechelt Reserve.  That beautiful church with two steeples  was not the first but the third. Thanks to  Helen!Dawe for her help.  We should be in fairly good order by the  end of this week. We hope you like your  jiewJocation. ��� Miss BeelySechelt   SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 46 (SECHELT)  ELECTION FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE  Rural Area "B"  Mr. T. Frizzell has resigned his seat on the Board for personal reasons.  The Board will conduct an election (or a successor for the.balance of his term, which  ends December 1979. The area to be represented Is everything south of Sechelt,  including Bowen Island, but excluding the Village of Gibsons, Nomination papers can  be obtained from the School Board Office, Box 220, Gibsons. Nominations will close  at 12 noon, Monday, February 12th, pt the School Board Office in Gibsons and an  election will take place, If necessary,'on Saturday, March 3rd. .  20% OFF ALL KARAT GOLD  MENS RINGS  10% OFF ALL KARAT GOLD  JcunnicH Gift & Gcma,  SunnyercHt Centre, Gibmma 886-2023  DISCOUNT?  Chances are it does-  This year, some 80% of all private passenger  and light commercial vehicle owners will earn safe  . driving vehicle discounts worth about $90,000,000.  So, being careful can save money as well as lives.  Read the questions and answers below. If  your vehicle qualifies and has a claim-free record for  ^one year, it is eligible for a 15% discount; for two  years, a 25% discount; for three years; a 32.5%  discount.  Jf^xmi^moplan-renewaLform-doesn't show  a discount, and you think your vehicle is eligible,  check with your Autoplan Agent_or_Motor Licence,,  Office.  Why a Safe Driving VEHICLE Discount  rather than a Safe DRIVER Discount?  Because.this program is designed to  encourage safe driving and to emphasize that vehicle  owners are responsible for the safe operation of their  vehicles at all tin&sj no-matter whais driving, --'--y-*-���  Will ANY accident count against me?  Not necessarily. Eligibility for a discount is  record from October 1,1977 to September 30,1978.  You must also have paid basic Autoplan insurance  premiums for a minimum ofsix months during the  year March 1,1978 to February 28,1979.  Are Safe Driving Vehicle Discounts  Transferrable?  Yes, in certain circumstances. For example,  they may be transferred:  1. from an eligible vehicle to a replacement  vehicle, even if the licence number plates change;  ^~~2~- when vehicle ownerslupchanges within  a family, for example between husband and wife or  "between parent and child, providecfthe principal  operator remains the same;  3. if the vehicle registration is transferred  from an individual's name to a company name, or  vice versa, provided the individual owns at least  95% of the company;  4. from a vehicle leased from one company  to Kvehicle leased from another company^ provided  the previous lease operator is willing to forfeit the  discount earned on that vehicle;  not affected by a hit-and-run claim, a no-iault accident benefit claim, claims against Comprehensive or  Specified Perils coverage. Otherwise, any claim for  which payment has been made for collision, property  damage or bodily injury disqualifies your vehicle.  How are the discounts calculated?  1. The 32.5% three-year discount is  deducted from your premium if your vehicle has a  claim-free record from October 1,1975 to  September 30,1978, You must also have paid basic  Autoplan insurance^premiums for a minimum of six  months during each of the years March 1,1978 to  February 28,1979; March 1,1977 to February 28,  1978 and for one month during March 1,1976 to  February 28,1977. /}.  2. The 25% two-year discount is deducted  from your premium if your vehicle has a claim-free  record from October 1; 1976 to September 30,1978.  You must also have paid basic Autoplan insurance  premiums for a minimum of six months during each  of the years March 1,1978 to February 28,197Rand~  March 1,1977 to February 28,1978.  3. The 15% one-year discount is deducted  from your premium if your vehicle has a claim-free  5. from a leased vehicle on which a contract  has been, terminated to a vehicle purchased by the  lessee, provided that person was shown as the lessee  on the registration, and the lease operator is willing  tp forfeit the discount earned on the leased vehicle;  6. from a privately owned vehicle to a  leased vehicle provided the lessee is named as such  on the new registration.  Are there any exclusions from the Safe  Driving Vehicle Discount?  Yes, a few. For example:  v    1. vehicle owners who are indebted to the  Insurance Corporation;  2. special coverage policies .or premiums,  with the exception of a Special Coverage Policy for  Motorcycle Own Damage Insurance;  3. vehicles which are part of a fleet in 1979  or were part of a fleet in 1978;  4. vehicles insured under a Comprehensive  .Garage Policy in 1978 or 1979.  If you have any questions about the  .eligibility of your vehicle, consult your Autoplan  Agent or Motor Licence Office.  ��� INSURANCE  CORPORATION  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  FULL SERVICE ALL PHASES OF INSURANCE  ��� also  ���������    -  Complete Motor Vehicle Branch Service  ��� DRIVERS LICENCES  ��� registrations  tAt permits  Motor Vehicle Office  BOX 376, COWRIE STREET, SECHELT, B.C. VON 3AO  TELEPHONE 865.3256  V Senior citizens  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  Back after "boiler wash and refit"  Yes, your reporter is back again after  another f pell in St. Mary's Hospital, this  time for what a naval man would describe  as a "boiler wash and refit." Again I want  to express my admiration to the nurses  and technicians at the hospital. They are  coefficient and-kindly that one- feels- in���  good-hands always. . - -   While I was not out in time to attend the  January meeting, I have some very good  assistants who garnered the following  information for me.  There were 89 members present which  is .an jHcellent turnout.  Th^firKverym^KantTtelnwaiS'that-  there would be a very special Pre-  Valentine Tea and Dance on February 8  with games and favors. I am asked to  stress that this is for ALL MEMBERS.  A reminder ��� annual dues are now  payable. Secretary Kay will accept them  at any time: $2 per year.  Dave Hayward is organising a trip to  Disneyland and Catalina for a date in May.  If you are interested please phone him at  885-9755 so that he may know as soon as-  possible if a full bus can be made up.  The Spring Plant Sale will soon come on  the agenda and I am pleased to be able to  announce that Jack McLeod has agreed to  be the convenor for this important event  on our calendar. ��� -�� "  The trip to Seton Villa was immensely  successessful in spite of the fact that some  rain Was encountered. The first stop was  at Park Royal, thence to Seton Villa.for  lunch where a welcome was extended by  Jean Rigby and an excellent lunch served.  Among those receiving the guests was  former -member���of���No.��� 69, - Mrs ���  Postlewhaite who was pleased to see so  many old friends. After lunch both groups  retired to the Penthouse where the Seton  Place Choral Group entertained with song.  Dave Hayward . and Olive Clear  reciprocated with songs and recitation  which were Very well received.  ~~SfteTthis"the two groupsTwittTMary  Redman accompanying, joined in a  rollicking sing-song after which���they  reluctantly rebussed for the return trip.  Now for the future. Executive meeting  10 a.m. February 6 Pre-Valentine Tea and  Dance February 8. Regular monthly  meeting February 15.  The result of the Shop-Easy Draw was:  present ��� Marie feallard, Jim Hamilton,  Margaret Espley; absent ��� Roy Owen  Curly McPherson and Trudy Louwe.  After the formal end of the meeting tea  was served and Hugh Duff gave a slide  showing of scenes of Vancouver and many  local spots and of particular interest the  Bottle House at Duncan.  Again many thanks for the visits and  the cards.  Proceeds to charity  Mountie Mumpers demand  rematch with Sechelt Klunks  Wednesday, January SI, 1979  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, SwoP etc*  Prime Retail or Office Space to he  constructed in Loner (,ibsons.  llrosj>ectire tenants contact (*EOR(>E  C.lASSAkOS after 3:00 fun.. 8H(>-22()H.  "NEWHOURS���  STARTING FEBRUARY 1st,  WE WILL BE OPEN  MONDAY - SATURDAY,  9 am  ��� SPECIALIZING IN SOFT  PERMS FOR LONG HAIR ,.  SecAdt SetuOct Sah��  Cowrie St. 885-2818  By Const. G.W. McINTOSH  Thursday, January 18 was a  memorable day for Sechelt. For those not  priviledged to witness the game, a brief  explanation is in order.  RCMP Sgt. Richochet Nickelass led the  Mountie Mumpers in a violent struggle  JsjfitnessJLmportant?_  Ask any body. -,  V|  icnonkW,  patmapaemm^��  ��� Tne Canadian movement lor personal tiine&s  against seemingly insurmountable odds.  Faced on the ice by the Sechelt Klunks,  a stacked team of Over the Hillers,  decrepit, balding has-beens, whose only  saving grace is regularity on the ice ��� as  opposed to irregularity in their now failing  elimination disfunctions ��� it appeared the  Mumpers could salvage a tie in the dying  minutes of the game.  Such as not to be.  The Klunks, aided by a bit of cheating,  blind officials and Lady Luck, squeezed  out a win in this so-called game of hockey.  Mind you, it is the only loss sustained by  the "Minister of the Right" this season.  S67toyou" Klunkers7tbe~ gauntietis-  thrown, a rematch is demanded. Hockey is  -Ihename of the-gamerShould-courage-be-  found by you to step into the arena ��� BE  PREPARED.  All proceeds from the "Silver Collection" admission will be donated to the  Variety Club Telethon.  Please let us know if and when you care  - to meet your "iceilooo".  LIFETIME MEMBER of the Sechelt Jim   Downs.   Contest   organizer  Chamber of Commerce Jack Mayne, Patricia Murphy described the bank  right, presents Times annual award as very attractive with everything in  for the best-decorated business at the display but the door.  Christmastime to Royal Bank officer  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN  THE CHILDREN'S RIGHTS MOVEMENT, Beatrice and Ronald Gross  editors, Doubleday Anchor Press 1977,  $4.50 paper.  LEONORA by- Dr.- Richard A'Ambroslo,  McGraw-Hill Ryerson 1978, $11.95.  that was purported to be her "home" is  what Dr. D'Ambrosio talks about. He  claims that his treatment through the use  of hypnotism, was responsible for her  _ultimate__cure_and_ return to normal  behaviour.  WowJs_the^ear-of_the_child^,Sojffhat After_reading_ his_V��ry_cfllouxiul_  '"     descriptions of the abuse of the little girl, I  became suspicious of his motives. It  seemed to me that if the object of .the tale  was to prevent other abuses of this nature,  it was not necessary to provide all the  intimate details in such an erotic way. One  wonders if this kind of book might not be  just another exploitation of the. child?  The (0>^=n  tZpJJsi*  By The Sea  Modern, 5 storey, first cIqss motor hotel. Good location - 1 block from  beach. English Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown., shopping within 2  blocks. 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms, studios, efficiency  'units and suites - each with private bath, 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 1WS. Phone: 604-682; 1831 collect  Telex: 04-51161  do they want ��� the vote? " No, it is not that  simple say the Gross* in their comprehensive work on the subject. Both are  leaders in the move for- educational  change. Their articles have appeared in  such great publications as the New York  Times Magazine and The Christian  Science Monitor.  In their book, they do not expound a  personal statement but, rather, present  some case histories of children who have  Ajega^system which allows  only adultr^ecislons~^on--^hiid-related  matters. Although one does not expect  children to defend themselves, there are  many areas where the law themselves do  KSTAIKANI  IN THE PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  MADEIRA PARK 883-9311  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  Your host, Tom Druery, is looking forward to seeing you  & serving you.   "GOOD HEALTHY FOOD AT WHOLESOME PRICES"  ��� STEAKS, HAMBURGERS, ROAST BEEF ���  CAFE HOURS: 7:30 A.M.-3 P.M.  DINING ROOM: 5:30 P.M.-9 P.M.  SUNDAYS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  INVITATION TO TENDER  SEALED TENDERS for the pro|ects or services listed  below, addressed to the Head, Tenders and  Contracts, Pacific Region, Department of Public  Works, Canada, 1110 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E 3WS will be received until the  specified closing time and date. Tender documents  can be obtained through the above noted,  Department of Public Works, Vancouver office on  payment of the applicable deposit.  PROJECT  PR 011653 ������ Renovations & Alterations to R.C.M.P.  Detachment, Sechelt, B.C,  Tender documents may also be viewed at  Amalgamated Construction Ass'n., Vancouver;  Construction Ass'n. of Victoria, Nanaimo;  Construction AsVn, North. Vancouver Island....    >.  Construction Ass'n. in Campbell River and  Tho   Albernl   Valley   Construction   Ass'n.,   Port  Albernl, B.C.  Closing Date: 11:00 AM PST ��� 27 FEBRUARY 1979  Deposit: $25.00.  H.D. Ladouclor  Head, Tenders & Contracts  Depbrtment of Public Works  1110 W. Georgia St.  Vancouver, B.C.  V6E 3W5  INSTRUCTIONS  Deposits for plans and specif (cations must be made  In the form of a CERTIFIED BANK CHEQUE to the  order of the Receiver General for Canada, and will  be released on return of the documents In good  conditionLY)f!lblnj^J!.tnPn!hJrorr',lh.e date ?' tender  opening.  " "*""'  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  ��� ,y  j  not servFlirlhe^hild^estJBtere^  The law is often helpless in decisions  whereby children are under the  "protection" of an abusive parent or  guardian. Even after many of these  youngsters are brutally used by their  elders, they, have to be returned to a  situation which not only teaches them  violence as a method of discipline, but also  places them in danger.  The book points out that we cannot  always blame others for bad dealings with  the young. It takes tax dollars to provide  youth centres, humane institutions for the  handicapped and the delinquent. It takes  personal Involvement when a neighbour  must report a child beating or molestation.  To begin at the beginning, children of  the distant past were regarded as chattels.  It was only in 374 A.D. that to kill a child  was considered murder. Previous to that,  unwanted girl children or those "imperfect" were exposed to the elements or  given to certain nursing homes which saw  to It that they did not survive. Even more  modern methods of "child rearing" die-,  toted purglngs, whippings, or bindings td  bring up children In the correct manner.  Remember the school strop?  Half of the collection of essays and case  histories deals with historical matters  while the second half reports what is being  done to meet the real needs of children  who Cannot speak for themselves. The  book is a must for everyone: this,year  particularly.  LEONORA Is the story, a true one, of a  little girl who was brought up in a homo  like those used as bad examples in the last  book. Her Invalid and mentally deranged  mother not only beat her and terrified her,  but she forced her Into a incestuous  relationship with' an uncle.  Leonora's lorig crawl out of the cesspool  Weather  Lo.  January 20   3.5  January21 0.0  January 22 0.0  January 23 0,5  January24 ..-1.0  January 25 ,,-1.5  January 20 0.0  Snowfall January 26 ��� 7.0 cms,  Week's rainfall ���  0.38  cms,  snowfall ��� 7.00 cms., equal 1.08 cms.  JiriTn^  0.0 C,   was  the   warmest  day  tinea...  November 0,1978.  i January  20-26,   1978   ���   3.38  cms, ,  January 1-18, W78 -12.97 cms.  AC'  <3  '79 DODGE OMNI - 3 DOOR  79  *.**"'��.)  DODGE OMNI  - 5 DOOR  WIN A TRIP TO HAWAII  FOR TWO  [See rules Below]  DUSTER IS BACK  *Whitewall tires.  *Two tone exterior paint  * Sty led road wheels  "Window louvres with tape accents, and many other Items.  ,*>*<  *^__0^  tA "GIVE US A TRY"  PL BEFORE  I  V8�� YOU BUY.  ��������*,  lit**  111.  Free. ,  cms.;  9.0  trace  7.0  nil  3.0  0.08  4.0  0.30 ;  5.5  nil  5,0  nil.  1.0  nil i  plus  885-5111  r~~;���  next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  DL 2180  886-9962  Sunnycrest Esto, Gibsons     \  *Draw will run from February 1 - April 30,1979.  '  ���Entrants must purchase or lease any new or used vehicle with a retail value over $1000,00  "Draw to be made during Timber Days.  'Economy otrfcwo ond <K<omodoUon poid by Suncoast Chrysler. ������������._,,,.,<,. ,   "Trip will be 7-10 days depending upon charter flight availability at winners departure.  ^n i , ������������}.  Section B  Wednesday, January 31,1979  Pages**;  :'���'''' :X�� H?7S SflfeWxi''  iiliifedrif'i^  -lllwfte  ' c-7 &fii^  bottle containing $160 to $180 in change  was stolen from a residence above Simp-  sbhsfSears on C^ie  ^JothJrigT^eTffas distiirbedTjandT^Js  believed entry wasi njade though a^wto  dow,Sechelt RCMP ^i^i^^Mii^dki!  AStiMtr^  shedaiCanip ��ougflas 7pni Beach $$&,  January.20^The_fiye-year-pld chainsaw,  through an open window in the radio room.  7y:Ar��idendeMthe f^&&&0*$  ^xjfw^aj^  i'.wind^  TaghtdtracliUtapeS^^  j'yW^^^iBt^t:.  valued at approximately $100, could have  been stolen any timeinthe paatwd weeks;  Tyee Airlines office was broken into  and a small metal box bolted to the  counter was stolen. The box contained $3  in small change from the office coffee  fund. It is assumed the thieves entered  Court briefs  Gibsons; RCMP^  sible^for firmg shots ToB^  ��� Vicinity of P^  ^7may;:be ���^d=;.und^  7/iegisiatiotf-;^  The detachment has received a number  of complaints from residents in the area  hearing shots or explosions in the early  hours of the morning.  : A juvenile was apprehended-in. a  residence January 22 on Skyline Drive and  charges are pending. ^  Fails to appear on animal charge  Police have been issued with a warrant  for the arrest of a man charged with  neglecting to provide suitable care for his  horse.  . James Kent Peers was charged April 25  after the animal in his care in the Garden  Bay area was found to be in a severely  undernourished condition.  Robert Reid, counsel for Peers, told  Provincial Court Judge J.S.P. Johnson at  the January 24 session that he had tried to  coritactthe accused man by letter and that  he had no phone.  "I am embarrassed to say my client is  ciSciTmEPA^  .   ALL KINDS  Houss calls for lar&.r clock*  DAVID BURGGRAF  885-3163  ^^danicdown  n Continental Quilts-Duvet  ^        Ifoan rf\ii\\t utarm I hit UUintAr unrfor -, tr^Hitt/mql Cm*  Keep cozily warm this Winter under a traditional European  -down quilt-made fortodayrmodem living ByOaniadowrr-  Filled with your choice of luxurious eiderdown, natural down  or dacron and covered with 100% cotton cambric ticking  Just turn and shake to make Covers and accessories available in easy care cotton from a wide range of Daniadown  designs The ideal gift. Ask about our drape and quilt recover service. Drop in and see for yoursell or send for our  colour brochure  not here today. I don't understand .the  reason for his absense," Reid said.  "I don't think I'll be easily able to get  ahold of him."  In issuing the warrant, Judge Johnson  said if arrested the charged man would be'  released on his undertaking to appear in  court at a later date.,      ' '  The charge under the Criminal Code is  a summary conviction charge with no jail  term and could carry a fine at the  discretion of the presiding judge.  At the same session, a Town Creek  boomman, Richard Anthony Davey, was  fined $250 for marijuana possession, given  a one-year probation and ordered to  refrain from using the substance for that  time.  Judge Johnson indicated that the fine  was thatamountandihe-penalty.nQtmore  ,    severe because Davey had previously  been fined $250 for a first possession of-  -.^_jence-wMeh4he_Judge said was "higher  ^i^tiian usual." ~^���-\  Drinking-driving offences got $500 fines  for two motorists.  .-<v- ,, ������'.",-. 7\ ,rJ '. i  C| cbn'iocbwn quirts ltd.  _       '       Vancouver, B.C.  ��P"     "10 years of Quality and Service"  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  886-7411 or 8864023  Glenda Sturatt  WASTE DISPOSAL engjieer  Pat   Presentation and report highlighted  Benjamin outlines alternative ways ' incineration methods with energy  of handling Sunshine Coast garbage   going to St. Mary's Hospital,  to  the  regional  district  board.' v  Aline Marie Hall pleaded guilty and  Donald David Richardson was found  guilty of driving with a blood alcohol  content of over .08.  Robert E. Sully, 42, was given a six-  months suspended sentence for six counts  under the Unemployment Insurance Act of  failing to declare $2,000 earnings while  receiving benefits amounting to $1,351. ,  In suspending sentence, Judge Johnson  said defence counsel had submitted suf-  -fieient-reasons-why-psychiatrie-medieal-  problems could have led to commission of  the offences which occurred in the months  previous to February, 1977.  Power squadron  Boaters visit bowels of "Queen"  January 19 was a red letter day for the  Sunshine Coast Power Squadron. From as  far away as Egmont, about 38 members  and friends converged on.Langdale,, to'v  catch the 3:50 ferry. Most shared trans-'  portation for the trip to Park Royal in West  Vancouver.  period between 1950-73 there have been 94  collisions involving at least two boats and  also 149 groundings. (The official there  iettsjated that, whatever the,.cirs���  cumstances, the ultimate responsibility  rests with the skipper of the boat).  The Centre was established in January  Our'Valentine Chocolates are now on  display. Always a welcome gift. ��� Miss  Bee.'s Sechelt.  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  CUSTOM BUILT HOMES  COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE  DESIGN & BUILDING  YOU TELL US  WE DO THE REST  days 886-2344  evening 885-2525  ANYTIME   Tlmmy nnd Jody inn'l v*ry qqM it tiugglno.  Thilr crulchM g��t In ihi wiy,  N'i ��� ��M<t*Miu��i ihi im imm ftmiMtri *�� mi, mtm t| Mt'a mm  IMitfl twciMi IImj hi lining |M iumuM IM.OM tittoi inn  ���tifyrw'MllkbMIKtlHli.  *�� *mm pt *m imm iMtnn ta km 11 nim piumm im mmimii  ii punt*, ���*�� Mp nim yw tin, >�� Mptng m Mirth il Dimii n iImiwi  Kl nMKnwIdi pngrinii al niMich, nwlieil cm mil ndut*ll*n ,  fight  ,blrth  defaatB  k_  MARCH "OIMIS  MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE  JAN. 28th THROUGH FEB. 3rd  THE MOTHER S iWARCH  AGAINST BIRTH DEFECTS  ��� ����#!��� >���? "IIS" wh- ��� Mmk $1 tHmn wtrtw mOi m yt�� ���  THIS WACI DONATIO 1Y  CABINET CARPET CERAMIC CENTRE  V     NORTH BD. ,     ,        886-2768 QIPSON5  We had an escorted tour into the bowels  of the ferry 'Queen of New Westminster' to  see the engine room and we learned that  the boat was powered by two giant  -Mirrlces engines- and thr  engines. Two ten-inch diameter propellor  shafts glistened as they rotated, controlling the unseen reversible propellors at  the stern of the vessel.  Dave Fyles, our guide and chief  ��� engineer on the 'Queen' then conducted us  through a glass-in compartment which  bore the sign 'Cabinet Ministers' printed  on the entrance door! In this 'office' both  walls were covered bulbs and switches  above intricate labels.  We finally escaped up an Iron gangway  to the relative cool and quiet on the bridge,  while the other half of the party went  below. We gazed at the radar screens,  talked to Capt. Don Frandsen and watched  he helmsman respond to course changes.  Then the ferry, on course 170, slipped into  its berth at Horseshoe Bay without a  shudder.  The group drove to Frank Baker's  Chicken Coop on Clyde Ave., and had a  delicious fried chicken dinner ��� chicken  unlimited. Out of the corner of my eye I  saw a third tray, heaped with chicken,  being served to a table that shall remain  nameless. i  The after dinner stroll to the Vessel  Traffic Management Centre (Western  Region) was welcome. We were Invited to  watch a most informative slide show of the  work done In the Centre including the  detailed radar Surveillance of the approaches Into Vancouver Harbour. We saw  how largo cargo vessels and tankers aro  navigatlonally assisted from the Control  Centre. During tho twenty-three year  I974~antl controls three areas ��� l) t*rince  Rupert - southwards, 2) Torino - west  coast, 3) Vancouver - and approaches.  The Centre has devised a system of  inroflphing Vahf  wide separation zones between Incoming  and outgoing vessels. It controls various  anchorages in the Vancouver Harbour  areas, assists in safety calls and has a  direct line to the Seattle Traffic Centre.  After the slide show and questions, our  group was taken to the "ops." tower to  view the extensive radar screens and  watch the progress of vessels along the  coast where their positions are constantly  monitored.  While I watched, there was a call from  a ship out in the Gulf Islands. This boat  was changing from" the^"use of heavy  bunker oil used while in harbour to a  lighter oil for an outward bound voyage,  The vessel had stalled in the vicinity of  headlands and heavyseas. We left the  operator to devote himself fully to the  problem, glanced at the time, and  returned to our cars to catch the 9:20 p.m.  ferry at Horseshoe Bay.  Once aboard we held an executive'  meeting of the Squadron where It was  suggested that we sponsor a one-day  course on VHF radio operation, followed  by a licencing test for anyone on the  Sunshine Coast interested in obtaining  such a certificate. This offer Includes all  fishermen,- tug and barge operators or  anyone using such sets. The course will be  held in March. Anyone Interested should  contact Dave Smethurst at 086-2864 in  Gibsons or Chuck Williams at 889-2640 in  Pender Harbour.  The next SCPS meeting will bo on  Friday,   Feb.   16.   The   place   and,  programme will be announced later.  r  ���  ���  DISCO DANCING CLASSES  FRI.,FEB,2      .;.��*?:  ��� 7-9 P.M.  FRL,FEB!  7"9' P.lil.  ^mmmmmm^mmm���m���mwmm���mmmmmmmmswsws^  ^^_bsmmm_mmfmmm^^  s  I  I  I  ��� CHATELECH  ! SCHOOL,  g SECHELT   I     6 WEEKS  j   ��2100      ���..���,,JIIW n.^l?nln..L  INSTRUCTORS  REGISTRATION AT CLASS  GIBSONS  tLtln. Ulln  o WEEKS .  $12����  F  '9lr6yran����  Licence  (compulsory coverage only 1  plus plates max. $30000   /  Buy a minimum of  to fit your car or pick-up  (��� non-commercial only}  UA.^H    *Jl��-*~- '    ���*���*-��� ***n.��*.i. ��V��^jH-ili*iH'H.y -~r���*   *.-���Vii       .,-+._*.&��&*.��  You pay us back in six  monthly payments  starting April 1,1979  with absolutely  v>  INTEREST  or  FINANCE  CHARGES  (even your bank can't touch this!)  The Staff at SECHELT AGENCIES  A   (���.,, '   A|'|unvi>i)   Auhiplon   Ac|ont  will he available to assist you  with your insurance questions.  PLEASE NOTE:  The above arrangement is available  to APPROVED CREDIT CUSTOMERS  only, and OK reserves the right to  accept or reject any customer.  ttome of red carpet $ervlc��.  TIRE STORES  ,jf, where the coffee ftot U always.�������.,.  i M5-JIM tar m tfHiitmtirt Wktrf A LHVMn St.  ���7" ~   ' ���������: ���/.  ��������:,���  /  ���7V  PageB-2       The Peninsula Times     January, 31,1979  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays.by Deaths,    Card    of    Thanks,    In  The Peninsula Times Memoriam,      Marriage      and  forWestpres'PublicationsLtd. Engagement  Notices  are   $7.00  at Sechelt, B.C.. (UP T�� '* lines) and 60c per line   Established 1963  after that. Four words per line.  "o^'rsn       -    ~     "   ^'r-'rl Notices'; Coming Events  take regular classified rates.   '  '   Ad-Briefs must be paid for In  7300 Copies Distributed advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  Classified Advertising Rates: *' to receive cash discount.  3-line Ad-Briefs,'(12 words) e .v   '   "      _ .  On. 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No  phone enquiries please. 3385-  10  Birth Announcements  *  DANNY & KIT Nestman are  pleased. to announce the  birth of their son Ryan Edward on December 14, 1978,  weighing 7 lb., 10 oz. Proud  grandparents are Mr. and  Mrs. Sig Moffat and Mrs. and  Mrs. Leo Nestman.      3351-10  DARLENE JOE and Jean  Nooski are .pleased to announce the birth of their son  Travis Johnny Charles Jean  Nooski, born January 9, 1979  in Vancouver General  Hospital. Special thanks to Dr.  H.J. Pendleton and Dr. J.  Hingston and nurses and staff  of VGH and to Dr. Myhill-  -Jones~and���ambulance~at-~  tendants.       3361-10-  Card of Thanks  IN REGARDS to our dear  father Gerry Owens, who  until recently worked on the  M.V. Queen of New Westminster. We would likej to  express our thanks to his  many friends, co-workers,  and people he worked with in  revious years. Everyone has  OUR HEARTFELT gratitude  to all our relatives, neighbors and friends for . their  sympathy in the loss of our  dear mother Martha War-  nock. Kind thanks for  donations to the Cemetery  Fund, Heart Fund and Bible  Society. Deepest thanks to Dr.  W. Burtnick and staff of St.  Mary's Hospital. ��� Warnock  family. 3395-10  Obituary  McNEIL, passed away in  Calgary, Alberta, January  26,1979, Maxine McNeil, late  of Selma Park, B.C., after a  lengthy illness. Predeceased  by her husband Dunlan.  Survived by one daughter,  Sandra Rust of Calgary, 4  granddaughters and one  brother, Claire Malcolm of  Edmonton. Maxine will be  remembered as an active  member of the4 Selma Park  Ass'n., SecheltSr. Citizens Br.  No. 69 and St. Mary's Hospital  Aux. Funeral arrangements  in Calgary,-Alberta.  . 3381-10  MRS. JACEA. Spiritual tarot  card, palm reader. Past,  Iiresent, future, business,  ove, marriage. If bad luck  experienced, write problems  with full date of birth and send  with $10 to 2633 E. Hastings  St^Vancouverj ji.C._V5K 1Z5._  ���Ph. 255-3246.    , 3363-10  BRAID NUTRI-DATA offers  specialty natural vitamins;  sugarfree cookbook for  hypoglycemics; comprehensive nutritional health  profile; iridology  photography. Free brochure  on request. Box 97, Pt.  Coquitlam, B.C; V3C 3V5. Ph.  461-1752. 3367-10  NATURAL high potency  vitamins, also reducing  plan, Lowest prices in  Canada. Prompt service. Free  catalogue. Write: Vitamin  Discounts by Mail, Box 69337-  A, Stn. 'K', Vancouver, B.C.  ���V5K4W57, 3368-113  PHOTOGRAPHS^published in  The Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office.-,     1473-tfn  INCORPORATE yourself--"  fast - over the telephone.  Our forms and typing services  are lawyer approved. Call  Self-Counsel Services toll free  (112) 800-663-3035. Chargex  and Mastercharge approved.  4324-tfn  ! '.HELP GREENPEACE  Help!! Sellers urgently  needed for the Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money! Save life! !!Irh:  portant Notice!! During the  mail strike Greenpeace 'Go  Anywhere'- lottery-ncketsjoll-  be distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to call  in this area is: 898-5851 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 736-  0321. 4921-tfn,  SHOP FOREMAN req'd. for  machine shop in Quesnel,  B.C. Good fringe benefits.  Contact Quesnel Machinery  Ltd,, Box.4009,���Quesnel, B.C.-  V2J; 3J4,, or phone the  manager at 992-2174T   3271-11  SECOND SAW FILER. Must  have band saw and carbide  experience. Apply Mainland-  Sawmills Ltd., 8708 Yukon St.,'  Vancouver, B.C. V5X2Y9:  3371-10,  EXPER'D. JOURNALIST to  fill assistant editor position  in expanding community.  newspaper . in Lower  Mainland. Permanent with  advancement to qualified  person.. Ideal, for single or  married. Salary commensurate with experience.  Send resume with photo to:  Box 136, c-o BCYCNA, 808, 207  W. Hastings St., Vancouver,  B.C. V6B 1H7. Job open in  March. 3375-11  3 BDRM house, full bsmt,  garage & carport, $275 per  mo. Ref's. Halfmoon Bay. 885-  3583. 3286-10  2 BDRM cottage near beach.  $195 per mo. 926-1024.   3294-  Jl_ "_   Mobile Homes    :__  L&M . Radiators, ^1449  , Charlotte Rd., N. Van..986-  5334, Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can be arranged. Call  now for fast, economical  service. 4024-tfn  Wanted to Buy,, ._ Eor Sale  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,  hemlock  or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  Help Wanted'  _prj  be  en so kind sending him  cards and visiting him  especially when we could not  get down. It sure is wonderful  to know so many people care.  -HUTT,-passed-away-January   21f-197iL,_.Jesse_Agnes_Hutt,  late of Gibsons and formerly  of Vancouver, aged 83 years.  Survived by 1 daughter, Rita  Hincks of Gibsons,- 1 son  Arthur Hutt of Nanaimo, 6  grandchildren, 1 brother Fred  Anderson of North Vancouver,  2 sisters, Florence Jennings of  Burbarik, California ahd"Amy  Blake of Sierra Madre,  California. Funeral service  was held Friday, January 26  -with���*ew-Dennis���Mo^gi  officiating. Interment  Mountain View Cemetery,  Devlin Funeral Home  directors. ~r -3348-10  OPPORTUNITY on Northern  Peninsula. Part or full-time ���  experience  in   accting  &  bookkeeping     an     asset,  Resume to Box 310 P.    4529-7  REPORTER WANTED.  Lower Mainland bi-weekly  tabloid newspaper is looking  for an outgoing individual  with newspaper experience or  ��� who has a recognized course  in journalism to join our  reporting staff. This person  will cover all aspects of  COTiunuiuty _news,_as__ w_eJLas_  itf vi  Work Wanted  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All'  types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.  Concrete leakage problems.  Seepage or. high pressure,  leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m. ���  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  sportsiandfwjU havea^incere  zest to^fuKTexciting news and  communicate it. Shorthand  and own car essential. Apply  in writing with resume, to:  News Editor, North Shore  News, 202 - 1139 Lonsdale  Ave., North Vancouver, B.C.  3310-10  BABYSITTER needed, Mon.  11 am-6 pm,' Tues. 7 pm-2  am, Wed. 5 pm-2 am, Fri. 11  -JOURNEYMAN- Shipwright  seeks work. Exp. in all  aspects boatbuilding; house  carpentry & cabinet work.  Rehable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job, call Allan May, 885-5765.  4578-tf  NEAR NEW 2 bdrm house,  West Sechelt. FP, fridge,  stove. Avail Feb., 1.  Ph.  Comox(112)'339-2017.   3297-11  4. BDRM WF furn'd home.  Fridge,   stove,   washer,  dryer, freezer, dishwasher.  Ph. 2244876. 3312-11  2 bdrm ste. in Lower Gibsons,  appliances incl. Laundry  room, bright & cheery with  view of harbor. $23Qjper mo.  ��� 3 bdrm. modern home in West -  Sechett.,   excellent     accommodation for a - family.  Ref's. required. $300 per mo. -  Phone Ken Wells or Chuck  Dowman  , at Century West Real Estate  885-3271  3384-10  UNFURN'D. 2 bdrm home,  Redrooffs Rd, $225 per mo.  885-5171. 3389-10  ,2 BDRM suite, w-w carpet,  -fridge & stove, elec. heat.  North Rd., Gibsons, $250. 886-  9953. .   '3336-12  1 BDRM trailer, no pets. $195  per mo. 885-2079.       3339-tf  2 BDRM cottage, close to  Sechelt Village centre, boat  launching & public transit.  $200 per mo. 885-2808.   3341-12  2 BDRM renovated older  home,  close  to  Sechelt  Village centre, garden area.  $250,885-2800*. .3342-12  DELUXE WF unfurn'd new  cedar chalet. 2 bdrms, 2  baths, fridge, stove, w-w  carpet, drapes, wood-burning  fp, spectacular view. Will give  gooalease to suitable party.  Madeira Park area. $250 per  mo. 883-9098. 3350-12  Boats and Engines  ��� 15' 6" Sidewing Hourston  Glasscraft (new) $3,000  -t-18' Sabrecraft, 140 Mer-  ,  c $4,900  ��� 17' K & C Thermoglas, 115 ���  hpEvinrude $2,800  ��� 471 GM, used; 353 GM,  used; 371 Nissin, used; Volvo  AQD,407- 280, legnewr60 hp -  Merc outboard, used.  Winterizing & Boat Moving  Immediate Repair Service  7 days a week  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES  LTD.  .Sinclair Bay Rd.  ,   883-2722 or  883-2602 (eves.)  43554m  WANT TO BUY older WT pu, 4  spd, 6 cyl.; or will trade my  '78 Ford %T pu. Box 1594  ^SecHelt76r88!>28897~~3256"-10"  ALBERTA concern wishes to  purchase Sheet Metal Shop  equip't. Ph. (403) 532-1085 or  write to Bruce Kassian, 9529-  121 Ave., Grande Prairie,  Alta.T8V4R6.   -        3358-10  WILL PAY $200042500 for 16'  fibreglass boat & trailer,,  prefrwinboard mtr: 885-5047: -  3365-12  For Sale  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics. 4855-tfn  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5. 4457-tf  HEADWATER MARINAlTD  Good winter moorage  1.25 per foot-  20 ton marine ways  .DRYLAND STORAGE  Down Narrows Rd.  Madeira Park  883-2406 24 hrs.  4900-tfn  14'    GLASPY    fibreglass  widebeam boat with 85 hp  Johnson ob. Asking $2^700. Ph.  after 5.885-2764. 3328-11  22''SANGSTER, twin Volvo  mtrs., trim tabs, anchor  winch, 350* line & chain,  phone, sounder, large live bait  tank, other access. 883-2410.  $12,000. 3349-12  25' BOAT, inboard, head..VH-  F,  CB,. record  w-depth  sounder. Many extras. Van.  -324-9544^0^83-2322, 3354-12-  PEERLESSTREE  SERVICES LTD.  Lei us, care for your tree  needs:  MADEIRA PARK 3 bdrm, 2  baths,  carpet throughout,  bsmt. $400, ref's. 987-9736.  3383-12  Real Estate  Cars and Trucks  GMC TRUCK, '76 Sierra  Grande %T', red & wht,  28,000 mi, 350 V8 engine, ps,  pb, HD springs & shocks, 5  ,.new tires, heavy trailer equip,  oil cooler,', elec. . brakes &  hitch: Asking $4350.883-9697.  CURED FIREWOOD, box  cords,    split,    stacked,  delivered, $55 full cord; $30 %  cord. 885-9418. 3313-11  . BUY & SELL Used Furniture.  , Miscellaneous. Phil's  Second Hand Store, Whitaker  House, Sechelt. 885-3835. 3284-  10  COPYTRON copier, take over  lease. 886-2277. 3288-10  KITCHEN auxiliary garbage  burner, as new, $100 obo.  886-9275, Sat. cVSun.     3290-10  R.V. RENTALS  Vacation the unhassled way.  Campers fully  equipped  &  heated & insured.  $70 per week  We have added to our fleet 21'  _Winnebago_Motor_Home-  Superbly equipped.  $200 per week  plus 10c a mile  SELKIRKINSULATED  - CHIMNEYS  Best prices on Coast  MACLEODS-SECHELT  , 4527-tfn  FISHER woodburning stoves,  ~for^sale~at~A:Cr"Rentals;"  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd. 883-2585. 3217-tf  ���71 CAT loader, ROPS,  grapple, $42,500; '72 Hough  H60 bucket machine, except,  cond'n. $24,000; '68 Cat 955K,  ROPS, GP bucket; excellent  but needs some running gear,  $16,500. Ph. 271-0343 Or 687-.  2872;^���- ----~3?7640-  KITCHEN 3-tier metal utility  table. 886-9165. 3382-10  2 WINTER Coats, $40 ea., size  38.885-9768. 3394-12  Ask for the Folks who own  one. i���.  �� Valley   Comfort  Wood  "Heater ���  from  MACLEODSSECHELT -  burns upto 12 hrs.  Lasts tor Years  - -   - 3243-7 .  FREEZER 23 cu. ft., like new,  1 year old. 883-2598.   3386-12  ���78 YAMAHA 650 SE, lots of  extras. $2300.886-7342. 3393-  12  13 CU. FT. refrigerator. Used,  like   new.  $249.  Sunshine  Coast TV, 885-9816.       3390-10  COMBINATION wood & 4-  burner propane range,  timer & Robertshaw oven  control, $150 incl, 100 lb. cyl. &  regulator. 885-7796.      3340-10  WALNUT FINISH "arborite  dinette table & 6 padded  chairs, extends to 72", $90;  black 60" naugahyde settee,  $85,885-3873.     ' 3343-10  885-2600  anytime  PIPELINE  and  Northern  Jobs. Earn up, to $3,000 per  month. Learn now to secure  -Limbing  ^.._....__^...Insurecl.5?ork:t_  "Our reputation  WANTED: waterfront prop.  Pender Harbour area. P.  loore^TaSavilleCr^-Nr^rh-  V7N3A9.988^5498.        3380-127  WORKING 1200 acre cattle  ranchl6 mi. west of Chet-  wynd, B.C. on Hwy. 97.90 hred  *A  3291-10  TRY.AtfD buy the Great  i Pacific Hot Tub. To- view  phone Helen Phillips, 885-2183.  4430-9  SURPLUS printing equip't: 1   Compuwriter_I,_ 2_Com-_  puwriter II, 2_ Singer_ per-  , forators, 1 Singer photo unit, 1  ��� Brown Caravelle camera, 1  Brown plate burner. All  machines in working order.  Contact Rolf Timmermanns,  4967-tf Kamloops News, 309  Tranquille Rd., Kamloops  V2B3G4, ph. 554-2551.. 3356-10  '74 FORD window van, new _  tires,  reb't  transmission.   CB Marine Pack  DOftRS! B.C.'s lowest prices.  /Fre-hung interior $15.90;  re-hung  exterior  $37.00;  oors_$49J}0_Huge_  $2500 obo. 885-3258.        3261-tf  2 600-16.5 ^rac. Tires; 2 875-  16.5 Hiway Tires. Excel.  cond'n. $25 ea. 885-3509. . 3265-  2WINTER14"radialsonlate *  model Volvo rims. 885-2889.  3257-10  NEAR NEW TA radials on  Cragar mags. Ph. 885-5203  after 6. 3314-11  '73 FORD Super Van, cross-  ventilation wdws, carpeted,  undercbated, low mi., snow  tires on rims incl. $2900. 883-  2701. 3391-10  '73 FIAT 128, good cond'n.,  low mileage, $1300; also '67  Volvo, good cond'n. 886-2106  eves. 3392-10  ���74 FORD F250 XLT Camper  Special, low mi., excel.  cond'n. 885-3710. 3337-10  '68 FORD 289 engine comp. w-  trans. 16.000 mi. on motor.  $200.883-2691. 3352-10  Livestock  CERTIFIED  Farrier,  Hans  Bergcr is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 098-  3751. 994-tfn  .      DR. NICK KIE1DER  v is available for veterinary  wWork every Mondny, Practice  limited to horses only.  For appointmont  please call:  EQUINE VET  CENTRE  112-530-5344 (Langley)  or Diana Starbuck  886-9739  4213-tfn  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 880-9470. 3300-  tfn   , 1���,���, _  Pets  FOR SALE, Maltese male, 6  wkfl. 085-3570. 3370-10  PUPPIES for solo, ncedlonoso  Colllo cross. $45.886-6705.  3344-12  MOVING: must soil purebred  German Shepherd male,  kind, has papers, \V. yr. old.  885-2810.  ��� 3347-10  Lost  Includes CB radio, 7'whip, P/.  loud speaker.  $134.95  (also  sold separately).  stock! Walker's, ph. 266-7211,  1366 S.W. Marine Dr., Vancouver V6P5Z9. 3362-tf  VACUUM SERVICE Centre.  .He.has-now.been moved toJhe-  Holy Family Hospital, 7801  Argyle St. in Vancouver. For  those who might visit, you go  straight down Victoria Dr.,  turn right on Argyle and then  you can't miss it. A very  special thanks to a very  special person, Joe Kamp-  man, who, without his  thoughtfulness & assistance  we would have been lost. ���  Sincerely, daughters Theresa,  Geraldine and Nancy. 8540-10  Use 'Times'Adbrlefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy  Personal  QUESNEL School Re-union  August 3-6, 1979. All  students who attended Q.J,  S,S. in and prior to 1959,  contact Carolyn Johnston, 200  Carry St.> Quesnel, B.C. V2J  3M9. See you there!      3325-10  DIVORCE! $100 Plus Filing  Fees ��� Obtain your uncontested divorce - fast - over  the telephone. Our forms and  typing services are lawyer  approved. "Call Self-Counsel  Services toll free (112) 800-663-  3035. Chargex and Master-  charge accepted.       4325-tfn  r.  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I "  I  r  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 times for the price of 2.  Print your ad In the jquoruv, B�� tura to loovo a blank tpoce ofter each  word, ','".'. '  Throe lino�� Ii *2,15, Eacd additional lino It 60c.  Tak* advantage of our ��p��c|ol tovlngi.  * Run yswr ad Iwlco ��� tho trtlrtl tlmo Ii FMJ.  * II you pay lor yr ir ad tho Saturday boloro publlculion you gal a  dlicount ��� J Sc lor I Iniortlon ��� 80c lor 9.  Mall m your ad, or drop It old ���  In Sochalt at tho, Penlniula Tlmoi Ofllco  In Olbiom at tho Arbutui Trao  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Bo* 310 Sediclt, B.C. ���!,.  VON 3A0  CLASSIFICATION  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  Ii  I  I  I  -ft  ,!,.  I  I  I  l.  '2  ] 130'  15  Nam*     AddrOM    ',',": .  Poital Cado    I MOO M M Ml *��� M| M |  Tol No.  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Jhese_and_other_high_paying__  jobs. Send for further details  regarding informative Labour  Market Guide: Labour  Market Employment Service -  1, Box 7810, Station A, Edmonton, Alta. T5J 3G6. 3327-10  PACIFIC Evergreens. We buy  salal and cedar. 885-2961.  3334-11  FULL OR  Part-time  work  available with new local  company. 886-9*44,9 am-9 pm.  3387-10  START RIGHT away to earn  money in your own area, at  your own time. 885-2550.  3338-  12  SOMEONE to cut & deliver to  Tuwanek 50 15' straight  poles, any wood, 4-6"  diameter. 438-6061 collect  after 5 pm. 3346-11  REG'D NURSE required for  new 50 bed ECU. RNABCf  contract. Apply: Mission  Memorial Hospital, 7324 Hurd  St., Mission, B.C. V2V 3H5i  Ph. 826-6261. 3353-10  DIR. OF Nursing for 90 acute,  50 EC bed community  hospital in beautiful Fraser  Valley. Apply: Mission  Memorial Hospital, 7324 Hurd  St., Mission, B.C. V2V 3H5.  Ph. 826-6261, 3355-10  ADVERTISING salesperson  for Sunshine Coast community newspaper. Write with.  resume to: The Publisher,  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  B.C. VON 1V0. Ph. 886-2622 or  886-7817. *        3357-11  '���THE CARIBOO". Real  estate salesperson required  by growing realty firm. Reply  to; Courtesy Realty Inc., 220  Sunset Dr., Williams Lake.  B.C. V2J 2Y7, Att'n. Bill  Found. 3359-10  PIPELINE and  Northern  Jobs. Earn up to $3,000 per  speaks for-itselflL  ph. 885-2109  3283-tf  EXPERIENCED bookkeeper  will do bookkeeping & income tax in my home. 883-  9375.  3277-10  HALF-TON Will Travel. Clean  basements, vyards, garages  etc. Hauling & short moves.  Handyman jobs. 883-9375.  3276-10  INCOME TAX & accounting  services. 885-3409.     3377-12  For Rent  mo. Learh how io secure t icso  and other high paying obs.  Send for further do nils  regarding Informative ta >our  Murkot Guide: Labour  Market Employment Service *  1, Box 7810, Stn, A, Edmonton.  Alta. T5J 306. 3364-10  SAWYER. Experienced  sawyer req'd for expanding  ^wei^MatnlaTid'tawmlH.  Apply: Mainland Sawmills  Ltd., 8700 Yukon St., Vancouver, B.C. V5X 2Y0. 3309-10  Ui��Tlm���� AdbrUhl  TRAILER  spaces   In  West  Sechelt.    1    doublewlde  24 x 40 singes. 885-2079.   4224-,  tfn I           '. i  FOR  RENT:   Wilson  Creek;  Community   Hall,    Call  Mabel Dooley at 885-9804.  3691-tf   . j  COTTAGES,    weekly    or,  monthly.    Housekeeping  units,  furnished,   TV.   Ritz  Motel. 886-2401. 4249-tfn  FOUR BDRM mobile home.  Set   up  In   West  Sechelt  Trailer Park. Ref, required.  Ph. 085-2000. tfn  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Rofis. rent. Incl. heat,  cablovislon, stove, fridge. 886>  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A,  4121-tfn  1 BDRM   apartments   in  Secholt.  Fridgo  &  stove"  included,  $175  -  $245.   Call  Hayden, 805-2203. 4190-tf  2, IBr. APTS. In Sechelt. Stove  and Fridge incl. $185. 885-  9344,- 3244-tfn  MOBILE   HOME   pads   for  rent. 885^)012 &8W-5235.     '  3279-10,  $300 PER mo.  2 bdrm,  2  bathrm house in village. No  appliances. 005-2068.    3293-11  3 BDRM house at W. SCcholt.:  Avail. Fob. 1.485-5307. 8302-  10  2 BDRM WF homo, 'til end bf  June. Cobblestone fp, oil  - heat,-f250; can Anne GiMey:  ,8864277. 828M0  IX3E BLDG. Ideal for homo  workshop plus furn'd. accommodation, 885^1509.3264-10  Charolals^ngus _Ph. _i37=7780 _  or7write: Box 628, Chetwynd,  B.C.VOCUO. 3360-10  LOVELY NEW homes for $33  sq. ft. in the sunny  Okanagan Valley, considered  the California of Canada.  LebertConst'n.Ltd.,Box 1056,  Oliver, B.C. V0H 1T0. Ph. 498-  4196. 3374-12  Business Opportunities  NEED A Divorce? For free  info and professional, fast,  inexpensive lawyer - designed  services, contact Vancouver  Divorce Service, No. 8, 1734  West Broadway, Vancouver,  B.C. V6J 1Y1. Telephone 736-  2684. 3308-10  AUTO WRECKING Towing  car sales. Good highway  location, large stock. Sell:  because of other interests, will  take property or heavy duty  equipment as part payment.  Phone 392-4738. 3309-10  FISH   MARKET,   Gibsons  area. 886-7888 or Box 796,  Gibsons. 3388-12  FABRIC SHOP, material and  notions. 3 bdrm house and  store combined, 2 car garage  on 70x100* lot. Centrally  located. Box 12, Burns Lake,  B.C. V0J '1E0. Ph. 602-3766.  Retirement sale. 3366-10  EST'D. PLUMBING and  pump business on Salt-  spring Isl, Stock, tools,  business & possible truck. For  more info, contact "Paradise  Plumbing, Box 1099, Ganges,  B.C. V(>S1E0 or ph, 537-03247  3370-10  _i ..���' i   FOR SALE, a grdwlng  Clothing business suitable  for husband . and wife  operation with good profits  and increasing each year,  reply to Box 1988, Merrltt,  B.C.V0K2B0. 3372-10  Mobile Homes '  ���76    GLENDALL     12 x 68  spotless 3 bdrm, Must soil,  $10,400 or offer. 926-1024. 3295-  .���tto^. :���....��� ���, ���. . ���  '72   MODUUNE   12x40.   2  bdrm, good cond., $8,400 or  offer, 920-1024. 3200-tfn  73  CHANCELLOR  12' x 68'  MH. TneiudfcS Tfldfe, TstoWr  drapes,  Franklin ^ fireplace.  $12,000 obo. 885-0053 after 6  p.m. 3209-11  Ui*Tlm*��Adbrl<��til  -^.Sll-King-St.,-Cranbrook,  B.C. Netting 25 pet. on  growing retail and repair  business. No competition from  the Okanagan to Alberta; 3373-  10  2 TWIN BEDS, boxsprings,  mattresses &.legs, $50 per  pr. 885-3969 or 885-3402. 3396-10  For Quick Results'   ��� U����Tlmo��Adbrlolil  CAMPER for back of %T pu,     ���   $500 firm: white Titan 121    A^J-.^v-,*:,,*^^   Bass accordion w-3 switches,  /VUVCrtlSlllg.T  $150; autoharp, $160; zither, CT  $50; all as new; 3M elec.  single copy duplicating  machine, as new, needs light  bulb, $80.885-9882.        3287-10  Prehtis-Enterprises-"  884-5240  5000-46  50.000 BTU propane floor  ��� furnace, 2 yrs. old, $90. 885-  9534. 3280-10  ALDER FIREWOOD, 885-5788  or 885-2047 delivered. 3258-10  SEWING MACHINE  REPAIRS  Overhaul, tune-ups, chemical  wash, parts for all makes.  All work guaranteed  21 years experience  Phone Steve at 885-2691  3253-tf  helps you find  exactly  what you need.  CANADIAN ADVEnTISINO ADVISORY nOAnn  Woodburn Stoves  & Fu��l Ltd.  Wood ��tove>�� by Flshor,  Lakowood, Sodore Valloy,  Comfort and Flndlay.  Distributors In Wostorn  Canada of tho Korr Scotsman  and K��rr Jltan wood fired  bollor, Debtors Inquiries Invited, Northern Hoatllnor and  Shaw Zero Clearance,  Wood/oil furnaces, Insulatod  pipe, accessories and fittings  110   Foil   Av*���  North   Vrjncouvor  987-0811  SWAP MEET  FEB. 3RD  10 AM-4 PM  MADEIRA PARK  COMMUNITY HALL  SELLERS ARRIVE  BETWEEN 8-10 AM  OR PHONE  883-9258  OR  883-9375  ARTS & CRAFTS WELCOME  r  J, 18 - Trout Lako Rd.  T^6ffinT6nTenhan Shephcrd-  florder Gollie cross. Reward.  886-7042 after 4. 3346-10  YOUNG GREY cat, Solma  Park. Doug, 805-301(1.3378-10  Is fitness  Ask  Important?  body/  pamtcipmmn  Th�� Curmiliitn movomani lor pnrsnnRl hinos*.  t>    i ^  ������r"  First and lasting impressions  Successfully selling your  house can often depend on the  prospective purchaser's first  impressions and the effect as  a lasting impression. An  unfavourable impression can  be as lasting as one that is  favourable. You can do a few  things to help make it a good  impression.  - Prepare your house- for  sale carefully. Look at the  outside and the inside as if you  were a potential buyer. What  do you see?  Exterior:  Are-the front steps-free-of-  house for presentation using  your most critical eye, each  time. Try for a bright, clean  and quiet house during inspection.  It's possible that you may  have only one opportunity to  capture the purchaser's interest��� it's up to you whether  that impression is lasting _. _."  .and favourable.  ��� Gibsons Really  -hazards-and-in-good repair?-  Is the garden and lawn  neat and maintained?  Is Jthe garden equipment  storerTaway?  Are toys and bicycles out of  the way?  Is the front door inviting?  Is the exterior light bulb  working? ' >������.���*  Is the garage cleaned out?  ��� ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886*2607  Wednesday, January 31,1979  The Peninsula Timers  PageB-3  7s7  ��HWy^\%v^iX'^-&:''.'K:^^W  vlOO&7:^77i  jMAtJEIRliP^RK^te^  $B$M_mmsS'  \'-'-S-SS:::-S^'_i^  TbLtFREEFRdM  VANidiiVERY  il/tomb*^  HOMES  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  fhomo^Wltfr-S^bathrodiTisf-* partially"  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  .appliances. Built 1976. 84,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES��� Luxurious 3 BR  cedar home, built 1975. View and many  extras'. $105,000.    .-  ~GULFVIEW~ROAD" -^lAadelra^ Park, "GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,-  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3    built  1976. Ensuite, fireplace,  double  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000. carport, landscaped lot. $59,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  bdrm split level. Fireplace, sundeck &  cafporC $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home,_ architect���designed. - 5T=ma|or=  appliances. $77,000. ' "  FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ���   12   x    44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ftr  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage <irea in back, ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric   heat.   Landscaped.   Close   to  ^stores & marinas. $50,000. .   CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR  view home, full basement, built 1975.  Close to" marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR split level home,  j?uHLJ?ZZi_6_appliances,-2-sundecksr-  carport.   Excellent   view.   Landscaped  semi-waterfront lease lot. $35,000.  ��ender Haitour Realty Ltd.  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  HASLAM CREEK WAIERERQMT ��ver-+_5-acres   Interior:  Is the first impression  clean, tidy and uncluttered?  Are the floors brightarid  twlndows.shlning?-  easily  Can  people  walk  through,the house?  Are the stairs and hallways  clear and well lit?  Have all leaking taps been  fixed?  Are closets and cupboards  orderly and spacious to the  eye?  Has the surplus in the  basement been boxed and  stored neatly?  A possible buyer can be a  very critical stranger ��� not  only will daily housekeeping  be noted, but also neglected  maintenance.  Prepare your  If you recognize  market changes  The real estate marketls in  a constant state of change!  Locally, we have passed  through a "Seller's Market",  when a buying surge brought  prices to a peak. Now, this  process has reversed, and  there are more properties  available than there are  purchasers able to buy, so it is  a "Buyer's Market".  Vendors who are not  willing to recognize this  change may wait a long time  for an over-prlcecjl house to  sell. If a purchaser discovers  your price is too high, he won't  buy.  Don't discourage buyers by  making them' feel they will  have to undertake a major  Cleanup campaign before  moving in.  with 750 ft. waterfront, with cabin & oyster lease. FP $165,000  Possible terms.  BUSINESS���   Ponderosa Grocery  & Drive-ln, at  Garden Boy. Owner will take house Iri trade. Phone for par-  _JicularionJhlsgolng:concerjitO-Ml^9TRosseaiJ8.3^378!_  McNAUGHTON   POINT  -   1.9   acres  of   view  waterfront overlooking Malasplna Strait. Attractive 3 bedroom,  1200 square feet home. A fine property going for $70,000.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT���And a real bargain, It Is  with clean beach, free moorage, clams and oysters just steps  away. Price just $12,000.  ONE ACRE LOTS ��� On Francis Peninsula. Privacy  plus value In this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't delay.  $15,000 each.  EXCELLENT ��� building lot. Front Road, Madeira  Park. Fully serviced, $10,500.   .  '  WATERFRONT LOT ��� Deep and protected moorage  In Egmont. Has trailer pad, septic* and water and power.  $35,000.  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 c|ose to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope. Asking $35,000,  PHONE 883-2794  JOHNBREEN MIKEROSSE        JOCK HERMON  883-9978 883-9378 883-2745  FOR SALE  BY    ,  BUILDER  New 1200 iq ft, 3 bdrm hohio,  Large kitchen and living room,  utility room off kitchen, wall  to wall carpet throughout,  large lot -.65 acres, partially  cleared, possible to subdivide,  road allownqce In rear,  Redrooffs Road, Asking  #4��<OO0r������   885-9793  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  "The Property  Movers"  As of February 1,1979 we  will be in Sechelt. corner of  Wharf & Dolphin.  We look forwdrd to ���������Ing you In our new location,  for all your real astqte needs. *  OPEN HOUSE  FEB* 3RD* 1-4 P.M.  DROP IN AND VISIT US I  COFFEE AND DO-NUTS.  Member of the Vancouver Real Estate Board,  MLS, & EO&E  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY  ���88-9487  BOB BBAUPRB  ,198-3831  TRBVOODDARD  886-2658  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  t!U1ESiFAQ)LA1<F=^^Rh^rrieon53r  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  stone-fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  "CloseJta~marirteT^$75,000.OfS~caT"taxi"  business available with above for additional $10,000.  -ga^den-btwtstateT^: ..���..  -homerthermoparre~~wirfdows, fireplace^  w/w, 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores  PO & marinas. $67,500.  home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  |    LOTS AND ACREAGE  f  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  LOTS  -U-MAPHRA   PARK  ~$71000-$2i,000^  -serviced   bis.      6. MOBttE-HeME LOTS ��� seven lolsr  serviced -with���-hydro���8^-water;���on-  Cochrane Road,  Francis Peninsula.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.     $11,000-$12,750.  $9,000-$24,000.  3. GARDEN BAY AREA - view  lot.7    ]'  ��ARGA'N  "ARJt��" ~  ]'5  acre8'  $12,900-$21,250.    . treed, serviced. $25,000.    .  ��� 8.   FRANCIS   PENINSULA  ���'8    nice  4. SANDY HOOK - view lot on Porpoise     building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Drive. $1Q,500. Cameron Roads. $11,000-$l3,000,  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair I  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three    with    lakefront.    Priced    from  $10,000 to $37,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/F in Pender Harbour,  1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above  1,22��  acres. $36,500.  3. 220�� ft low bank sheltered waterfront. 1.24 treed acres. $48,000.  SECRET COVE  Lot A on Wescan Rood. Steep, but has  good building site & sheltered moorage.  On sewer system. $3S,000,  ACREAGE  10.    FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ROAD  serviced lot, low price. $7,000.  ST. VINCENT BAY���365�� ft waterfront,  6.71 acres, water access. $29,500.  EARLS COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450�� ft  sheltered waterfront adjoining ferry  terminal. $125,000.  ACREAGE  4. Near Ruby Lake ���  101. $25,000.  ��� 8.39 acrei on Hwy  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 with 949�� *q ft 2 BR home with  carport, Drilled well. $39,500,  2. Silver Sands- l.e�� acre*. Gulf view,  10 x 50' furn|��hed mobile home, small  cabin, $45,000.  3. Silver Sands ��� 1.6�� acres. Gulf view,  furnished 12 x 60' mobile home, Ad|olnt  above property $45,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. Kielndale -��� 23.7 acres, some merchantable timber. Lots ol trees for  building a log house. $50,000.  7. Francis Peninsula ��� l,8�� acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  8. KLEINDALE��� 16�� acres, with creek,  across Hwy 101 from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $80,000,  9. WARNOCK ROAD - lovsl lot, almost  one acre. Good soil, selectively cleared,  $24,000.  10. GIBSONS ��� 8.75 acroi level farm  land on Pratt Road with ojder home,  barn and storage shed, $39,500,  11. RUBY LAKE ��� 54- treed acre*, close  to public lake access, $19,000,  ���.,������   7 :-/,V/A..<^  :    ��� *   ��� ���, j?..i   ���<������  '"'l '^'Vf*  *$7lV  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY  Boautlful 18.75�� acre Island In Jervis Inlet with numerous good building  sites, excellent sheltored moorage and several coves. Woll treed with fir,  codar, arbu|us j~ ,0me merchantable tlmbor. Oyster bed, Only 15 minute*  ride by fast boat from Earl* Cove or Egmont, $120,000.  I  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  i  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  'Ul lUftfeii  t M7, i  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant store bldg.  ad|olnlng living quarters, One acre with  104' frontage, on Madeira Park Rd.  Zoned R3, $32,000,  GARDEN BAY ��� spacious 3 BR home on  1,16 acres on Claydon Road, On 93 �� f��  wrBtsjrfronr wtttr floor ofib"rb6HfTiS0iiiir  .1130,000..., ,-.. ..���..,���-...,... ,..,- .,,_   _0SmmM%W^BamKtWm\tkfl(ll  SBi_L_.  OARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home, full  basement,1997 sq ft on main floor, Built  1976. Separate 700 sq fl workshop. On  123 �� choice waterfront lot with romp *  floaty * IB^QQQ,  DAN WILEY. Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  h  �� Page>4  The Peninsula Times  v Wednesday, January 31,1979  George Townsend 885-3345  Doug Joyce 885-2761  Bob Bull 885-2503  Jack Anderson   885-2053  Stan Anderson  885-2385  .WEST SECHELT: 9.5 acres of good farm land.  Has new 4bdrm ranch style home, 2 ponds  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219. Sechelt   Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  \,-  supplied by spring water with, approx. 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All'  services on paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt  centre."This property has many potential  uses. " ,  _NEW_YEAW$_PECIAL -__SECHELT- VILLAGE:  Reduced $2,000, for Immediate sale.  Compare other, homes offered in Village  and buy this. It's the last of the bargains. 3  rbedrms, 1150~sq ft, fireplace, deluxe  carpels and fixtures. Sliding door to patio &  workshop.'Large laundry room, close to  boat launch. ONLY $41,500.  To a larger, more central premises���  to better serve our clients. ���_  ROBERTS CREEK: 3 bedroom home on 1.67  acres. Spacious open plan of 1320 sq. ft. Has  ensuite off master bedrm. Home has family  room  and  utility.  Reduced' drastically   InL  price for immediate sale: FP $48,000.  6�� ACRES ON REID ROAD: Mostly cleared,  some fruit trees and yr round creek.  Property mostly fenced, front yard land-,  scaped and in lawn. House is very large.-  2300 sq ft, 2 fps, several sets of plumbing. -  Kitchen & LR have been completely  remodelled. South slope, all usable land. FP  $85,000.  'ROBERTSXREEKfBran'a*new"3^fiedrfrrh~ome.  Immediate possession ��� pick your own  carpets. Try your offer to $46,000.  WEST SECHELT: 900 sq ft 2 bedr home on a  lot that is- 62x205'. Needs some minor  repairs and landscaping. Priced to sell  immediately at $33,900.  "N  WW*;;'' :  ��^s&&^X?^W  , 4b*w4*A#&> ���&> i ffi  WEST:SECHELT:"Almost new 1136 sq ft 3  bedroom home. Excellent construction  featuring wood ceilings, skylights in bath  room and entry and large private sundeck  in area of new homes. Basement has  laundry, workshop and rec room. Level,  treed lot on sewer. Asking $59,000,  PENDER HARBOUR: Madeira Castle ���  unique borne for value 8 location. 2800 sq ft  with breathtaking view. Decor includes  original murals,. sunken gold-bathtub &  extensive cedar work. Double 'windows  throughout and easy to heat. FP" $72,000.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ��� Sechelt Village  ��� Fully rented mostly on lease, Shows good  return on investment. Opportunity to invest  in this growing community. Details to  bonafide purchaser. Asking $120,000.  SECHELT^VllCAGE: 3 bdrm modular home.  864 sq ft. Near new on clear garden lot.  Walk to shops. Price includes stove, fridge,  wisher, dryer-and is completely furnished.  Must be sold. Excellent buy at $36,900.  REDROOFFS: New waterfront 3 bdrm home  with expansive view of Georgia Strait and  Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel "Shaw" fireplace & skylight.  Treed lot. Priced at only $67,500.  LOOK FOR US AT OUR NEW LOCATION  ---m-__Jfr^��i^��^~$___it&_YJ]:~ .i.i ni.nu  CLOSE TO BEACH HALFMOON BAY: 4  bedrm (one in bsmt) home on large lot close  to beach, boat launching, schools and store.  l/50th interest in waterfront lot. Carport,  sundeck, landscaping done. Owner must  sell, bring offer to $45,000.  HOMES  SELMA PARK: 2 bdrm part basement home on a large view site.  Home is near new and in excellent condition. Wrap around sundeck  and double carport. Basement is finished. FP $54,500.  REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd.,  build on. Beautiful evergreens.  $11,000.  125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  Priced for  immediate sale at  SEMI-RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS.  Both of these sites are Ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  & 12 dryers in one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers in 2nd location.  All equipment in top condition. Stores are clean and newly  jjecorated. Gross Revenue approx $2,800 Rer month. For further  information calf J. Anderson oTBcrtrBui|-885=321irVancr684-8016.  _WMMFAONTJVEST_SECHELTlPeb.bleJ>each_  with your own road right to water. 3  bedrms, 3 complete bathrooms, recreation  room, wine cellar and lots of extras. View  from all living areas. One of the better  waterfront homes on the coast.  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with modern 3  bedroom basement home. Oil fired hot  water heating, two fireplaces, rec room and  many other features. Approx. 1 1/2 acres  cleared and in lawn with fruit trees and  "shrubs," excellent"Tdil7~FP~"$687O00T  J  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acres of land, 4000 sq ft building with 3  bdrm near-new home of 2376 sq ft aluminum clad, fully insulated  building.'Building is all Wired for 220 power and could have many  uses. Concrete floor, clear span. FP $89,900.        '   *  LOTS  SECHELT WATERFRONT: Two lots on Boulevard St. 70' x 129',  treed & sewered. Asking $40,000 per lot.  Each  DAVIS BAY MOTEL: 10 s.c. units plus owner's home. 4 lots fronting  "on" Highway 101 & beach. 351.47' frontage. Large workshop &  storager-Selling under assessed value. $225,000. Terms.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Walk to shopping. Large  kitchen with lots of cupboards, utility room,  two bedrooms, carport, level lot. $46,000  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 sq ft 2 bdrm home with appliances. All  wall to wall carpet. Cozy $ inexpensive to heat. Concrete driveway  and parking slab. Fir Road location. FP $43,500, terms.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Comfortable single  bedroom home, Ideal for starter -or  retirement. Good size living room with  Franklin77 x 14' greenhouse ahirJTarge steel  ~shed7Vendor would consider carrying 1st or  A/S @ current interest rates. Asking  $33,000. -  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 3 bedroom full  basement home on a large landscaped lot,  lots of sundeck on the south west side. The  home also has a extra large attached  double garage with direct entry to the  -basement. Rec room and bedroom in  -basement���are���baslcally-finlshedr���FP"  $65,900.  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedrm with finished  basement th area of new homes. Features  include large kitchen & nook, fireplace,  basement flue for stove, finished rec room  in basement, carport, sundeck and a level  easy to landscape yard. Priced right at  $54,900.  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroOrtt'  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing. Government~jS��epaid lease has 19 years to  run. FP $32,000. I' , ,--.{'  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x 105', close to beach access.  Property Is sloping to the south. Paved road. Asking $15,000.   >  REDROOFFS AREA: Apjjrox one treed acre. 99' on Redrooffs Rd.  Close to beach and boat launch. Fully serviced. FP only $10,500.  ACREAGE  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT: Easy terms ��� 20% down & the balance  over easy payments' on this southern exposure view lot. Excavation  and clearing have been done. FP $11,750.  WEST SECHELT: Spanish split level home,  near new with all the extra features,  Double carport, workshop, 3 baths, 4  bedrms, 2 fireplaces, bay window and a  formal dining area. Good level lot affords a  view from the 2nd floor. Tile roof. 2288 sq ft  at only $72,500.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE: 1.47 acres of wooded parkland with 104'  of frontage on Howe Sound. The site is gently sloping and provides  a spectacular view of the channel between Bowen and Gambler  Islands. Priced at $40,000.   7      7' 7      '   '���  -SECHELT VILLAGEr-5 acres-measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually ���  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRES:'Treed, gentle, southerly slope. 260'  highway frontage. Some merchantable timer. Handy location, close  to Joe Road. FP $31,000.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.                '     .,   ...  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 126'. Ready for  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home.'Value  $11,500.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Surf Circle. 5 bdrms (2 In  bsmt). Home has 2 fireplaces, heatilator In  bsmt bdrm, 2 baths, rec rm, lge laundry &  workshop. HOme has shake roof, concrete  driveway, c'port & large sundeck. Land-,  scaping mostly done. Many more extras.  Close to schools & shopping, FP $54,900.  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE: 3 bedrm,  1400 sq ft full basement home with  spacious llvlng-dlrilng room. Fireplaces up &  down plus extra flue in basement. Open  staircase to rec room, extensive cedar work  Inside and good kitchen cupboards. Large  c'port with storage & 22x45' swimming  pool, Approx 3 acres landscpaed lawn.  Orchard, fishpond, year round creek,  garden, greenhouse & complete privacy. FP  $91,000.  BUSINESS BLOCK  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra.  WILSON CREEK: On Browning Rd, a 75 x 158* view lot only 300' from  beach, road access. This lot Is partially cleared and fenced, ready to  build on. A quiet street close to all facilities. One of a kind at  $16,900.  SELMA PARK: Prime building lot I Over 150' road frontage. Large  enough to assure privacy. FP $18,500.  GOING CONCERN with a good gross. This block will return a good  solid 10% on Invested capital. 3 suites, a restaurant and a dry  cleaners as tenants. Low maintenance, Have access, Some room for  expansion,  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT:1 Lot 80 x 414' ��� Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. FP $26,500.  REDROOFFS RANCH INC.  SUBDIVISION  SECHELT VILLAGE: 4 Commercial lots. Get them before the prices  rise again I Located on the proposed Toredo Street main highway  development. Will be on sewer soon. $125,000.  REM.   LOT   A  9 bis   na  REDROOFFS: Large lot, 80 x 256', some trees, southern exposure on  Cooper Road. Reduced to $7,000 for quick sale.  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 & $8,150, Owner will look at reasonable offers to  these low prices.  fv.  t    71  In: XUOtH ff  k  I  X  \  v     n*'ir<  ��� if* id*  ra��g  /*  ��� i  It  01  SB  ROAD  I*  00  .-      ^  to 00  r3  1/  If    /I at  if     to 00   It 00  7*1 tw  ��W'  /  29  y  /  tt<)0\  *&  X  n '  A  I'f l*i to'  ., *���*�� ,..*  -J**-*'  y  ���~m:���  **  \  I Wednesday, January 31,1979     '    The Peninsula Times PageB-5  Child conference Feb. 9,10  "The International Year of the Child is  an opportunity for all of us to look closely  and critically at the child's world. There  are still many areas of concern that need  much help and love from us," say UBC  educators.  The Faculty of Education and the  Centre for Continuing Education, are  organizing the two-day conference  Unhappy Children Don't Learn, which will  be of particular interest to those involved  in schools and education. Participants will  look at the causes of' unhappiness in  children and youth and assess its effects  on learning and personal development.  Can unhappy children be helped? Are  schools, community arid government  agencies doing all they can at this time?  Can more be done?  Perhaps, with your contribution, the  findings of the conference may lead to a  resolution that would make the life of  many children happier. -"  The conference is scheduled for Friday,  February 9 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and  Saturday, Feb. 10 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at  the Sheraton Plaza 500,12th and Cambie in  Vancouver, at a fee of $35. For more information please phone 228-2181, local 320.  LEARNING TO trust in the arms of  others, mime students under Gerardo  Avilla's coaching dive into a human  cradle as if it was a swimming pool.  Avilla is at centre during class at  Chatelech School last week.  Got the blues?  Want to get away from  it all?  Take a walk! ' ^-i  v^  pamiapamank  Walk a block/Today..  QcVnVK/,  m  21  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  LANGDALE AREA  WITHERBY BEACH '     $29,500  Waterfront cabin: Beautiful 2 bedroom A-frame, not completely  finished. Deep water moorage, lots of privacy. Chuck Dowman,  885-9374,  SECHELT  m^^M4  LANGDALE  .$54,000  Large spacious 2 bedroom home on  85x165' lot. Large kitchen, dining  room, sundeck, carport, 2 fireplaces,  2 bathrooms, finished basement.  Price includes fridge, stove, washer  and dryer. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  **44J#  SECHELT VILLAGE: 3 bdrm sparkler,  Charming & immaculate w-dining rm  v^and    kitchen   eating   space,   cozy  '^fireplace   &   carpeted   throughout.  ] Only  1  yr -old and already has a  bountiful garden with fruit trees.  Priced to sell fast at $46,900. Ken  Wells, 886-7223;  YMCARD $49,500  A great family home, neat as a pin,  and spacious. 3 bedroom home large  LR with fireplqce, close to ferry. It has  an' attractive kitchen dining room  area. Carport and outside storage  space. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  it^^i^S*,  GIBSONS AREA  SARGENT ROAD $13,900  Magnificent ocean view lot. Fully serviced, on sewer. 65 x 110',  Close to all amenities. Builder'* term* available. Larry Reardon,  885-3924 >  ROBERTS CREEK  WATERFRONT LOT $82,soo  135' of level waterfront .6 acre In lawn and shade trees, Water  and hydro to lot, excellent swimming beach, probably the best  waterfront lot available on the coast today. Owner may carry  part balance. Phone Ken Wells 886-7223.  UP ft DOWN DUPLEX $49,500  Large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101. Vendor will consider  offer*, Ed Baker, 885.2641.  * $42,500  Spotless 2 bdrm home in secluded area, family size kitchen with  separate dining room. Fireplace In 20' LR with new wall to wall,  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  SANDY HOOK  HOUSE OF QUALITY $05,000  One of the most breathtaking views In the peninsula, Main floor  consists of large LR with heatilator fireplace, diningiroam,  kitchen and master bedroom with office or den ensuite, and  attractive bathroom. Out of grounds lower floor has rec room  with fireplace 3 bedrooms, full bathroom, laundry and itprage,  w/w throughout. A home of truly superior construction, Must be  seen to be appreciated. Phone Ken Wells or Ed Baker 889-2641 or  885-7223  BAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD $39,900  j Everything Is oversized in this largo  [mobile, with approx 1300 sq ft floor  [area. Joined under one roof are  172x12 and 36x12 units, creating  lample space for a rec room large  1"     . enough to houie a pool table,   3  bedroom*,   large   sundeck   and   a separate garage. (30x16)  Priced to sell. Larry Reardon 8853924.  EASY TERMS $1,000 pOWN  $175 per month buys you a terrific large view lot, Ideal rock  outcrop to build on, *torage shed on property. FP $13,500. C  Dowman, 885-9374,  WATIWRONTIOT/VIIWLOT $14,500 ����l,��00  At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ waterfront lot, close to road  and ad|olnlng with an excellent view lot that lies next to B.T.  Larry Reardon 809-3924  TUWANEK  ��n'*,."^^JS ���d"��a��v��l, ���'������d JoLwllhjwaftTjl hydro.  ^lofl Of privacy, Chuck Dowman, 889-9374    *  ISTARTER SPECIAL $29,500  Renovated 2 storey home. Good size kitchen with dining area, 1  bedroom on main floor, 2 children's rooms up. I block to water.  New wall to wall throughout. Chuck Dowman 885-9374,  WEST SECHELT  VALUE, VALUE, VALUE $57,000 |  Everywhere you look there is value  In this truly beautiful home.       .   Cathedral entrance, 3 bedrooms,' 2 fireplaces, large rec room,  workroom plus one bedroom suite downstairs. Nicely landscaped and the price has been reduced to $57,000. Larry  Reardon 885-3924  1/2 ACRE LOT $13,500  Cleared and ready to build on'. Serviced, Including cable.  Nlckerson Road. Ed Baker 885-2641.  $18,600  1.17 acres, nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will have a good  view when some trees come down. Ed Baker 885-2641  RARE 25 ACRES Asking $62,000  Only 5 minute* west of Sechelt. High and dry, mostly treed.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  $56,600  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrni bungalow, approx 3 yrs built.  Large LR 20x20 with fireplace, open beam ceilings, DR, family  kitchen. All bdrms large, master ensuite, w/w throughout. Large  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq. ft. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS/ HALFMOON BAY AREA  REDROOFS $12,600  Nor We��t Bay Rd, wooded lot. 190 x 70, zoned R2, trailers  allowed. Sign on. 885-2641 Ed Baker.  WELCOME WOODS $9,750 ft $9,500  Two extra large lots, 125x200, serviced with hydro and water,  Larry Reardon 885-3924. ���,  ��� $13,600  Beautiful 1/2 acre lot loaded with trees on blacktop road, with  hydro and water, Larry Reardon 885-9324,  HALF ACRE LOT $19,000  Large freed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to  Sargent Bay, Serviced with hydro and water, Larry Reardon, 885*  3924,  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  MONEYMAKER $95,000  2 yr old 3 bedroom full bsmt home on one acre. Live In while, you,  do the finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  GARDEN BAY ROAD $22,600  Rock bluff building site on this 3.5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrific view over pasture land. All-year stream. Easy  ��� termi available, Chuck Dowman, 885-9374,  BAROAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,500  Seml-waterfront property, |utt across the Narrow* Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour, Treed and good for building on, with  |ust the road between you and the water, Larry Reardon, 889.  3924.       ��� f  COMMERCIAL  HIGHWAY 101, COMMERCIAL C2  Corner of Airport Road  SHOPPINO CENTRE POTENTIAL  Lot 4, Corner lot 1,883 acres, price $125,000  lot 3, Inside tot 1.770 ocres, price $75,000  m~  Offices at:  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  Gibsons  Toll Froo: 682-1513  Phono'  JR8&2234LJ  ANP LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  --KR^2rJGJbsoni,-B.Cr-VON-lV0���  Offices at:  DENTAL BLOCK  Gibsons  Toll Froo 682-1513  Phone  886-2277  s  CONVEYANCING   -   REAL   ESTATE   CONSULTING    ���    APPRAISALS , -   MORTGAGES - NOTARY PUBLIC  HOMES  v, ������������������������������������������  HILLCREST RD: Three bedroom, one year old home on full basement. Located on a  view lot on a quiet cul de sac with underground services. Close .to shopping, schools  and transportation, $52,500.      ���_ . ,  .  O'SHEA RD: Price reduction on this cozy two bedroom Village home. Close to  shopping, schools and transportation. Mortgage available. $28,000.   - T  <��t i  JUL -.Llll...  f  Revenue Lot 4 $4,000 P.A.  Uivenuelo, !TTr3WTX:  We're the Neighborhood Professionals.  LOOKOUT AVE: Near new three bedroom  home in good condition on large view lot in  new sub-division just past the Sunshine  Coast Arena in Sechelt. Boating/facilities  close by, Owner is transferred and you may  have immediate possession. $51,900.  MALAVIEW RD: Quality built three bedroom  ranch style home on treed landscaped lot in  area of new homes. Located on quiet cul-de-  sac providing safety for children and pets.  The hbme is In Immaculate condition and  features separate dining room, wall to wall  carpeting,f spacious kitchen, utility room  and 'double windows. Easy walk to  elementary school. $45,900.  CHERYL- ANNE PARK* ROAD: Large three  bedroom home with finished heatilator  fireplaces up and down. Situated on approximately 1/3 of an acre on a no through  road. Neatly, landscaped and nicely treed.  Rec -room roughed in with finished  bathroom downstairs. Double windows  thrcuighout. Excellent family home.  $57,900.  FIRCREST RD; Three bedroom home in quiet  rural sub-division , surrounded by ALR ���  properties on all sides. One mile from  schools and shopping. Large open  livingroom with fireplace. The full basement  has a finished fireplace for your rec room  ideas. $49,900. ~ ~"~~    *  FAIRVIEW & PRATT ROAD: Excellent starter  or retirement home. This nicely appointed  single bedroom home features a large  livingroom with cozy brick fireplace. Many  wood feature walls. Property is nicely  landscaped and completely fenced. Large  carport with storage shed at rear. Some  appliances included. $32,900.  ROSAMUND RD: Safeway Doublewide on  fully landscaped lot on Rosamund Road.  Separate garage and metal storage shed.  Lots of shrubs with bark mulch. Good  vegetable patch. This is an extremely well  built unit ��� built in the Prairies for northern  living. $39,900.  DAVIDSON RD: Lovely new three bedroom  home In Langdale Ridge, 1236 square feet  upstairs. All large rooms. Double windows  throughout, sundeck and full unfinished  basement. Situated on nearly 1/2 acre 90 x  POPLAR LANE:    Three bedrooms, master  - has ensuite. -Nice bright kitchen. No-need-  for d second car in this convenient location. ������  $47,500.  WHARF ROAD: Executive home. Large  Spanish style- home. Deluxe in every  respect. Finished on two floors with quality  workmanship and materials. Large sundeck  and carport plus separate heated double  garage. Large lot mostly landscaped. A  bargain at  $90,000  FAIRVIEW ROAD: Ranch style home on 1/2  acre. Nice setting with glimpses of the  ocean "through the trees. Tastefully  decorated with large rooms. ��� Master  bedroom is 16 x 11 including ensuite. Room  for full-sized dining suite! Living room has  large antique brick fireplace and sundeck is  full length of house. $57,500.  GOWER POINT ROAD: Terrific location on  high side just before Head Road. Three  large bedrooms, two with walk-in closets.  Dining area will fake Targe table. Two  bathrooms. Large entertainment sized  sundeck. Lot approximately 98 x 168'.  $57,500.  GRANDVIEW RD: Large family home on  quiet no-through street. Has' fireplace  upstairs &' Earth stove down. Three  bedrooms on main floor and one bedroom  suite in basement. Full basement with rec  room and utility. Master bedroom has full  four piece ensuite. Large 13 x 20 sundeck,  yard is landscaped & has concrete driveway.  $59,9007  GRANDVIEW RD (Off Pine): Lovely 3  - bedroom -ranch-style-home���situated--on���  secluded and fully-landscaped 1/2 acre-  Southern exposure combines privacy with,  view of Georgia Strait & Van Island. Huge  carport allows for easy addition of a family  room & still leaves a carport. Sundeck  accessed from living room & master  bedroom. Floor to ceiling cut rock fireplqce.  thermopane windows, winding concrete  driveway & many,other features. $63,500.  JOHNSON ft"FORBES:  Langdale. New out of the ordinary rancher  on  79   x   135   lot.   Featuring  livingroom,  COCHRANE RD: Six bedrooms, four  bathroomsT-largelivirfgroom with fireplace  and kitchen on full basement with unfinished rec room. Hot water heat. Two  sundecks. All hardwood floors. On 67 x 172  lot only two blocks from the ocean. This  house requires some finishing and can be  yours for $55,000.  CRUCIL RD: Bright and spacious three  bedroom family view home in excellent  condition Jocated within easy walking  distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  with built-in dishwasher and indirect  ��� lighting. Two fireplaces. Huge recreation  room. Lots of extra space in daylight  basement for den or extra bedroom and  workshop. $58,900.  DAVIS & SHAW ROAD: A Gold Medallion  four bedroom family home. Three levels of  luxurious living. Four bedrooms, two  bathrooms, two hot water tanks. Family  room, rec room and utility. Double glazed  windows and separate entrance to  basement. $57,000.  NORTH ROAD: Immaculate 1974 Neonex  mobile home set up on landscaped 50' x  139' pad in Comeau Trailer Court. $12,900.  CHAMBERLIN RD: 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. Irreplacable at $97,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: A short drive through parklike area then over your own creek and  -behold a two bedroom home-nestled on the  edge of approximately two acre clearing jn  pasture and gardens with sunny south  slope. Wooded area to west rounds out the  total of 5 acres. One of a kind offered at  $80,000.  200 with private access road. All this and a  beautiful veiw of Keats Island and  surrounding waters. $53,900.  "dining rooom, three bedrooms, family room"  and   utility.   Garage,   fireplace.   Very   attractive and practical floor plan. $48,500.  PRATT-ROADr Hobby Farm. ~2 bedroom  home with all appliances, ready for you to  move,in. Although the horses do not go, the  3-stall -barn with tack room, grooming area  & loft does. Hen house & laying hens included. Large corral at the rear of the  property. Fully landscaped with trees &  ~ihrub% AlPrrTis"on "1716 acres with  division potential. $44,900.  sub-  LOTS  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES!  Now Gibsons Village has lots for single wides, double wides and conventional homes, all on sewer, water, hydro and all within three blocks of  the shopping centre, schools and medical clinic. Come in and discuss a unit  and a lot as a package cjeal with approved bank financing. Lots priced  between $10,900 and $13,900 depending on view and size. Come down &  see the sample 14 ft single wide all set up & fully furnished. This complete  package can be purchased with a 25 year mortgage, with 5% down. Don't  forget also, you can qualify for the government grant If you have never  had one. '  UPLANDS RD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreation lot  In beautifully wooded and park like setting.  Zoned for trailers. This lot overlooks Sechelt  Inlet ahd the Lamb Island. $8,900.  WAKEFIELD RD: Good building lot on water  and power overlooking Georgia Strait and  the Trail Islands. This Is a corner lot In a  newly, built up area. $12,500,  LANGDALE RIDGE: Nice water view from  this bargain priced lot. $8,950.  McCULLOUGH RD: Wilson Creek. Close to  one acre of treed property with sub-dlvlsion  possibilities. $22,500.  ���  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Gibsons. With  waterfront as scarce a* It is this double use  lot represents real value, $33,000,  GOWER PT. RD. AT 14thi Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property, Approximately 80' x 250', R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building titei. Local  by-laws allow 2 dwelling* on this property.  Partially cleared. Closed to Gibion* and  | close to the beach, $16,900,  MAPLE ROAD: .97 of an acre on Maple Road  (drive down Pine Road). Southern exposure  with water and Island view. $19,000.  FAIRVIEW RD: Nearly 1/4 acre of flat easy  to build on land. Mobile homes are allowed.  Large cedar trees provide privacy and  enhance this setting. Close to Cedar Grove  Scho.ol. $11,900.  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of an acre with a  fantastic vlow from Langdale Ridge. This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  property. All new home* In thl* area.  $14,900.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lot*  I 40 x 150 each, One lot ha�� a cottage which  | could be rented. Thete lot* are mostly  I cleared and ready for building. A spec-  i tacular view of the entire Bay area and  Keat* Island. $27,500.  ���I  ��  GRANDVIEW & PRATTr Building lot In a fast  growing area, Approximate tlze I* 146 x  141 x 74 x 125. Present all offer* on the  asking price of $11,500,  ^ ,       ,, I   SCHOOL RD: three view lot* 73 x 110. On  ���ewer. Three block* from school* and  shopping centre, Cleared for building.  $16,000 each,  SMITH ROAD; Cleared view lot dote to ferry  terminal and ocean view, Triangular (hoped  lot with good building site, $14,000,  ���  ChhKYL ANNE BARK RDi Roberts Creek,  Large lot with beautiful tree* and *ome  view on quiet culd***oc In area of fine  home*. Before you decide tee thl* attractive  low priced property, Owner will consider  termi, $12,500,  (^'.ww��,��^v^f^ia^llt1ltMllllllWWl��li!ll!ffl����MM'"  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  beach. Full vlow of the Inlet. Piped community water available, $9,900.  PRATT RDi Near Cedar Grove School.' Thl*  lot I* cleared and ready to build on, Mature  fruit tree* dot this 76 x 125 lot, $13,500,  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130,  Close to shopping and the ocean. Sewor  easement of 10' on s.o. side of the lot,  $12,500.  PORPOISE DRIVE SANDY HOOK: Large lot  approximately 122 x 111 with 34 x 140  panhandle entrance, Nice level building  site, Excellent view, ONLY 40 FEET FROM  THE WATER, You mutt *ee,thlt lot to fully  appreciate the value, $12,000,  SOAMES POINT: View lot on Marine Drive  south of $oames Road, Land��coped|ln front,  like Stanley Park In back. $10,500,  CHASTER ROAD: Nicely treed building lot In  area of new homes, Size 67 x 123, $9,900.  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100x250 lot on th<  south side of Southwood Road. Create you  own estate on this half acre. $10,500.  ELPHINSTONE AVE: $1,000,000 view.  Located on Elphinstone Avenue at Granthams, Has lane at back, Suit two storey  home with level entry at front, $9,500,  SMITH ROAD; Good view lot 125 x 165 with  a good building alto and an unobstructed  ocean view. $14,500,  POPLAR LANE: Good building lot on quiet  street. Close to shopping and schools. All  services Including sewer, $13,500.  HOPKINS LANDING: View lot c/w 5 x 12  Insu I ated shed, has chemical toilet. You can  live on lot whllo building home to suit,  Offers to $12,500,  SMITH ROAD: 170 x 127 lot with terrific  view of the ocean. Good building site on  slightly sloping land. $14,500.  ACREAGE  NORTH ROADi 3.4 park like acre*. Access  from side road will secure privacy, Nlco.ly j  treed. Close to the village. $29,900,  GIBSONS: 4,6 acre* of excellent holding  property close to Soames Point. Partially j  cleared, Try your oilers, $27,500,  MAHANROAD: Acreage next to village  boundary, 2,16 acres of newly subdivided  land located on Mahan Road, Property hat  ������veraI springs on It and Is fairly level.  Offers to $30,000.  MASKEU ROAD: 1,44 acres of subdlvldablo  property   on   Masked   Road   and   Lower,  Robert* Creek Road, Zoning allow* for 1/2  acre average, Thl* I* a quiet rural area onl>  3 mile* from Olbsons, $19,900,  w* s<"-s��w*i����**wwli  L0RRIEGIRAR0       JON McRAE       ANNEQURNCY     CHRIS KANKAINEN     ARNE PETTERSEN     MY VISSER      DAVE ROBERTS  886-7760 885-3670 MS-2164 885-3545 886-8793 8H5-3300 886-8040     ���  "T  ' ���/*.  I ���. >  ���* f-.f.  I  'J  A.  H*  PageB-6    The Peninsula Times        January 31,1979  ��!*��Mlt**^tStMMH**Mta*��M*����l*��*^^  cbc  Defence spending  \ j .'  885-3295  Von. Direct  681-7931  AM RADIO  .Saturday  Canada  Watch  6715 p,m. Axeview of current  Defence Policy. What is the  role of defence spending in the  political economy?  The Hornby Collection  11:05 p.m. Blood, Seat and  Bucks, a rodeo documentary  by-Jurgen-Hesse-tapedaUhe^-^Lvilisatipn^_It!8���a__��onr  spector Cameron. Death takes  a Curtain Call includes guest  Julia Amaf67Ti,r8Sces Hyland, 7  Mark Mark and opera singer  Julio Kukurugya.  The Canadian Connection  9:30 p.m. a portrait of Will and  Ariel Durant best known as  authors of- The Story of  J<?  Where Real Estate is serious���but a pleasure  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. >/0N 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  HOMES  ACREAGE  RECREATIONAL  LOTS  Williams Lake Stampede,  Sunday Celebration' 9:05  p.m. The Ways of Worship,  liturgical traditions and innovations in Canada.  FM RADIO    ,  Wednesday One to One 9:04  p.m. A very personal and  7 revealing portrait of a father  and daughter relationship by  author Oonah McFee. Also the  'hair-raising misadventures of  ^ a jinxed Canadian Cargo Ship  ' Kitsalino   Park,,  outward  bound from Victoria in 1944,  as told by two of the crew, Lew  Purdy and Bert Devitt. Partl  m.-An imaginary-lecture bj? -  Robert Schumann to his music  students based on his writings  and collected by Pat Patterson. '   Saturday Audience 9:05-  p.m. Part .1. Interview with  Celia Franca.founder of the  National Ballet, and Art Cuth-  bert reports about a new  modern dance group. Part II.  Christopher Millard, bassoon  and Anthony Elliot cello  player Mozart's Sonata in B  flat major. Part HI. Russel  Kaziere  talks   with   realist  - painter Ken Damby.  Sunday Celebration 10:05  p.m. In Memory of the genius  of three special men, Thomas  Merton,, Dylan Thomas and  - Igor Stravinsky. Part I. A self  portrait of Thomas Merton,  monk, poet,.mystic and socia  critic from his writings. Part  II. In Memoriam Dylan  Thomas by Igor Stravinsky  performed by Glyn Evans,  ~ tenor and air orchestra con- -  ducted by Howard Cable. Part-  Ill. Epitph for Igor Stravinsky  written by  John  Reeves,  music by Harry Freedman.  TELEVISION  Wednesday The Great  Detective 8:30 p.m. starring,  Douglas Campbell as -In-  versation between Harry  Rasky and a charming and  brilliant couple. Will now 93  who married Ariel when she  was 14 years old (she roller  skated to City Hall for the  ceremony) talk about their  long life together and what  history can* teach us about  ourselves- and .the world we  live in. ��  . Sunday Winterlude 2 p.m.  Harnness Racing on Ottawa's  Rideau Canal:  PeopleTalkingBack5p.m.  Live from Edmonton with host  Gordon Pinsent. <sAn experiment, hx participation  television. Some of the issues  to be discussed ��� How do  Canadians feel about their  jobs? Who are the winners and  losers in the economy? Are  power groups dealing  properly, and open with  critical issues? How to shape  the future? Viewers will be  invited to phone in. The three  hour shqvrwill be enlivened  with skits, music, mini-  documentaries and "on the  street" interviews.  Monday Man Alive 10:30  p.m. Whatever happened to  Sin? Apparently alive and  drumming up business.  Tuesday Fortunes 10:30  p.m. Are Canadian workers  lazy?  HOMES  'ROBERTS CREEK .      $45,000  Drive down to the end of Metcalfe  Road and see for yourself what a  great semi-waterfront .location this  isTThlThouse needs~a spoT*of"parnt"  outside but inside there Is plenty of  good accommodation including three  bedrooms, family sized dining room,  rec room and two fireplaces. A good  investment in the future of your  family. Please call Corry ross.  ROBERTS CREEK ,:   $40,500  Beffch-Avenucn-two-bedroom��rl 200-  sq. ft. Large private view lot all  fenced. Spacious kitchen and living  room, lots of storage space, close to'  school and beach. This'is a starter'  home for the young '.family. Call'  Suzanne Dunkerton for viewing.  SECLUSION $38,000  Five acres, good well, hydro In/partly  FAIRVIEW RD^IBSONS       .,$87,950  GIBSONS $59,500  Family home with view of harbor.  Immaculate condition, three  bedrooms, sundeck, landscaped lot.  Close to everything. Call A,nn Ibbitson for viewing.  GIBSONS ��� $85,500  Large modern house with view.  Basement set up & used as hair-  dressing salon ��� could be In-law  suite. Extra wide lot for privacy or  may be subdivided off. Excellent  -financing���is��� assumable.~--CalL.Ann7  Ibbitson.  OVERLOOKING  PORPOISE BAY $110,000  An exceptional value. This 3 acres of  ; developed land features a 4 bdrm  rancher with intimate living room  and large tastefully finished master  .bedroom. Has a workshop, guest  cabin and a revenue suite. Corral for  your horses and developed roads on  three sides giving excellent subdivision potential. An opportunity to  'live in a rural setting close to the  village. Call Don Sutherland.  130 x 220' residential lot in excellent  area. This large lot has room for a  tennis court and swimming pool. The  modern tudor house is a joy to  behold with features such as formal  dining & living room, a family room  with fireplace, working kitchen,  -master bedroom with ensuite, fully  developed suite in lower level and a  loft 30 x 15'. This 3 bdrm home offers  qualities of living hard,to find in our  area~CaH~Don Sutherland. "  GAMBIER ISLAND $65,000  Ideal retirement or recreational  property. Well designed 5 bdrm  home with fireplace in living room as  well as the rec room. Spacious kitchen with lots of cupboards. All  appliances drapes and some furnishings to stay. Enjoy the ocean  -view- -from���this"- sunny��� half_ acre._  Irreplacable at $65,000. Call Terri to  view. .   n '  SEMI-WATERFRONT $89,500  With beach access & good moorage  in Langdale. Spectacular view of  Gambler Is. & Howe Sound. 3 bdrm, 2  bathrooms, indirect lighting 8' 2  ' fireplaces are a few of the features  of this spacious home. Lots of privacy  on this park-like property situated on  the north side of the ferry slip' on  Smith Road. Don't miss this one.  Watch for signs or call Jerri Hanson  for more details.  cleared with a 10 x 30 trailer. Lovely  sunny spot close-to beach access^  Call Ann Ibbitson.  PRIVACY $18,000  Why live In a rural community unless  -you ertjoy rural solitude. This 145, x  405' 1.3 acre lot is 2 1/2 miles fr#m  Sechelt above Porpoise Bay. A rare  -offering���not-~-often_JouncLlfliT_the-  TUWANEK ' $19,500  JdeaL-Wflfikeod_xe,treat._FurnLshed_  cabin on treed lot. Close' to_tfea~ervr  Buy for privacy or investment. Must  be seen. Call Terri to view.  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS  JblIi:fi���leyeL-huJJdJng_-siie..  $7,500.  O.K.  for  Peninsula.   Private   driveway.   Call  Terri Hanson for Information..'  HOMES  WATERFRONT ACREAGE       $89,500  1.89 acres, and an elegant 2 bdrm  home. Kitchen is spacious and  practical. Jennaire range, built in  oven, dishwasher, cupboards galore.  -Open living- and-dining���area-  overlooking water and Islands.  Beautifully designed bathroom that  includes a-sauna, sunken tub' and  double sinks. Large utility with a  shower and a separate entrance. The  back is surrounded by a 600 sq. ft.  sundeck for you to sit and enjoy the -  view, tastefully landscaped with  little maintenance necessary. Phone  JlSyzanne _^DjwkerJon__for;7mpre__hv_  formation.  COMMERCIAL  TANTALUS APTS. $160,000  Showing good revenue ��� may be  your chance for a tax write-off? To  view call Ann Ibbitson.  RETIREMENT SPECIAL $225,000  20 pad trailer court, plus 3 bdrm  home, deep swimming pool, good  income, little work. Tax write off?  Call Ann Ibbitson.  CREEKFRONT ^ $75,000"  Opening   to   ocean.    Ranch   style  beauty on over an acre of flat well-  treed land. Vendor will carry so view  ' with Ann Ibbjtson.  5AKINAWLAKE " only $7,000  Your hideaway ��� water access only.  Call Ann Ibbitson. J  SECRET COVE \ ~ $68,900  This exceptional .45 acre waterfront  property in the long arm of Secret  Cove is truly one of a kind, Approx.  370' waterfrontage, older two  bedroom cottage, deep water  moorage and dock. Lots of sunshine  here I Call Corry Ross.  LOTS  TUWANEK  View lot overlooking Lamb's Bay.  Close to easy beach access ��� vendor  will carry at C.I.R. Priced at $10,000.  Phone Terri for more information.  CHOICE/CHOICE, CHOICE  View Jots in Gibsons, Davis Bay and  Sechelt, from $13,500 to $16,000.  Call Ann Ibbitson.  "TfallersrCall-TOTrr-Hanserr;  GIBSONS _ - $13,500  Here is'the building lot you've been  looking for. Close^ to schools,  shopping & beach..Potential view to  boot. Surrounded by quality new  homes. Call Suzanne-Dunkerton for ,  information.     '  .,   SUNSHINE HEIGHTS $10,000  Build your country retreat and enjoy  the view of mountains and water. Lot  Is serviced with telephone and  underground wiring. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  SANDY HOOK $10,500  Beautifully unimpeded view of  Sechelt jnlet on this large building  lot. Suzanne Dunkerton ~  SELMA PARK $12,300  Large building lot in developed area.  Some lovely trees. Build at the back &  retain your privacy. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  CHERYL-ANN PARK RD. $15,500.  A viewr.a creek_- centrally located in  "Roberts" CreekV94-feetof-creekside���-  164 feet deep - prime residential lot.  Call Don Sutherland  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a view.  Hydro & water available.-8x12 shed  to remain. Call Terri Hanson.  DAVIS BAY $15,000  Close to store and just a short walk  to the beach. You could build your  new home in this popular area. Call  Don Sutherland.  __  w  DON SUTHERLAND  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRY ROSS  885-925C  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver  3343 Kingsway  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVF YOU  Surrey  10474 137th St.  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES  CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Metric���  measure for measure, it's a better way to measure  1 /  BflflflflBJB  ���f I  ���  BBS      B9 BJ  &0|   B**     V  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER _   8*5-2235W imjl _  Box 128  Call now for our FREE Real Estate  We Are As Close As Your Phone  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  N  IESLTD.  Sechelt  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  $27,900 #4056  Look around and compare, where can you buy a hpme for  such a price? Near an excellent beach on over one half acre.  Rent It out year round and camp on your half acre until you  build another home. $27,900 Full Price, John R. Goodwin.  865-2235 (24 hrs,)    PICK YOURS #4055  For a choice of lots In the Davis Bay area. Various prices.  John R. Goodwin. 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  LITTLE MONEY DOWN #4059  YES I We will take |us�� about any reasonable offer and down  payment you care to give us I Lot 110 x 71' In upper crust  Davis Bay area. Has evacuated area for basement. It's a'  corner 100'. Your best bot for a future homeilte. Just a short  walk to the easy access beach, No kidding try your terms, we  will listen. DOB KENT, 889-9461 eves.  3 BEDROOM FAMILY HOME #4024  Great for growing family ��� 3 bedrooms, one ensuite,  separate dining room, eating area In kitchen. Lovely view of  water and mountains, near boat moorage and Ice arena, Full  basement for you to develop .to your tastes, Immaculate,  about 4 yoars old, all electric. F.P. $36,500. See with PETER  SMITH, 089-2235 (24 hrs.)  DAVIS. BAY VIEW LOT #4063  Baautiful panoramic ocean view, approximate size 92 x 240',  "located In a most desirable area, fully serviced. Approved for  ���eptlc tank, some good trees to blend In with your land-  ���caplng Ideas. A*klng $13,900. JIM WOOD, 005-2235 (24  hr..)  HOME WITH A VIEW #4033  Located In Selma Park, thl* 3 bedroom with spacious kitchen  l�� In oxcollont condition. Bright living room with fireplace,  Recreation room In basement, alio *auna room. Good ocean  vlow, Includod In Vale are ttovo, fridge, dryer and waihor, air  condition. Asking $56,000, try your offer. JIM WOOD, QQB-  , 2233 (24 hn.)   ���,.\.  ,.   ,., ,.   ,     ���  COMPLETION COMINQI #4049  If you havo minor change* to be made to thl* grand new  energy-saving home, make your offer now, before It'* all  finished. 3 bedroom*, activity room, large living room. 1-1/2  bath*, bright cleared lot with southern exposure In a happy  Weii Sechelt neighborhood. All thl* for $46,900, RUTH  MOORE, 805-2233 (24 hri.)  FOR THE DISCERNING BUYER 04043  A quality bullt{home of 1368 *q ft with 24 * 16' tundeck,  maiilve granite fireplace, hot water heating. Laroe room*  with the added feature'of a self-contained suite on lower  floor, Wonderful panoramic view property of 3/4 acres,  Owner anxlou* to sell, to view thl* exceptional property with  DON LOCK, 889-2233 (24 hr*,) Atklng $79,000. ���  iirtrporiT '^TWTlSft^   PifeT  mem     mam    ^5^  LET YOUR FINGERS  DO  Through the Pages of Our  FREE CATALOGUE  CALL US NOW AND ONE OF OUR KNOWLEDGABLE  REPRESENTATIVES WILL DELIVER ONE TO YOU  ANYWHERE ON THE LOWER SUNSHINE COAST.  JOHN R. GOODWIN  HAVE  YOUR  WHEN YOU HAVE IT! SAVE  WATERFRONTAGE AND TWO HOUSES       #4066  Nearly 3 acre* with approximately 290' of tidal waterfront.  Located near to Madeira Park, A 7 year old 3 bedroom houio  with large living room and fireplace, The added attraction of  a built-in sauna In bathroom, Alio a 2 bedroom home only 3  years old Is Included on the property for rental, Both houses  are presently rented, Owner will consider offer* and will  carry an Agreement of tyak Asking $123,000. DON LOCK,  089-2233 (24 hrs.)  NEWI SUNNY! VIEWI *V #4064  Nicely situated 3 bedroom home of 1800 sq ft In total, on two  tlaori with good view from lit Marble Road Ideation, Large  sundeck on south side and concrete carport under add to the  llveablllty. No heavy traffic, so It's Ideal for the young family  too. Call BERT WALKER or JIM WQOD, 083-2233 (24 hrs.) to  make your offer on the $51,300 asking price. >  SUBDIVIDABLE ACRES #4061  Ad|acent to Davis Bay, an area of approximately 40 acre*,  zone R.1L. Asking only $10,000 an acre and you subdivide. An  opportunity for a large scale subdivision for the coming  year*. Gat your* while It'* hot to trot, and knocking r|ght  now I We will listen to your terms. Your chance to become a  real land baron, Come onl Now'* your chance to call "TINY  "BOD" KENT 005-9461 eve*,  VIEW AND BEACH #4012  So much to en|oy In thl* nearly hew 3 bedroom home on  Porpoise Drive, Fine view of Sechelt Inlet, |u*t a few ��tep* to  the excellent iahdy beach acro'li'" the road and With  watershed property on the north boundary you're aiiured of  quiet and privacy, Vendor Is alio offering some term* *o do  yourself a favor and Impact thl* fine home, Asking $46,900,  PETER SMITH or BERT WALKER at 009-2239 (24 hn.)  BETTER THAN RENT #4036  Very clean two bedroom cottage. Carport, storage shed,  beautiful sea view of Trail Boy, close to all  amenities,    ,  Located In Selma Park, on lease land. Drive by and give me a  call, JIM WOOD, 885-2235' (24 hrs.). Asking price $15,9,00,.  .  with some terms.  RECREATIONAL LAKEFRONT #4028  Relax on the shore of beautiful Garden Bay Lake on an  unusual recreational lot. Complete privacy In a natural  sotting together with a Panabode cabin Is Included In the low  price of $29,500. DON LOCK, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  CABIN WITH A VIEW #4051  Summer recroatlonal cabin with p view of Sochelt Inlet.  Approximately 300' from good beach. Ideal for swimming  and fishing, with a little work could be an all year residence.  Asking $17,500. Offers Invited. JIM WOOD, 085-2235 (24  hn.)  NICE BUILDING LOT #4037  Nearly level, lightly treed building lot on Manatee Road is  Ideally suited for shopping, golfing or boach activity, Has ^  hydro, water and phone to tho roadside, Sensibly priced too  at $11,900, so check It out - then call BERT WALKER at 005-  2235 (24 hrs.) to make your offer, I  DAVIS BAY BIG LOT #3848  Near church, ip It's quiet and ordorly, Lot size 71 x 193', no  gullies, |ust clear the underbrush and pour tho footings. All .  local services. Vendor asks $14,500, Got help from PETER  SMITH, 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  BUILDONPiVE #3912  Over five acre* to en|oy now and four to soil off In future.  Zoned to subdivide and with road work and ditching well  ���tarted. $39,900 In Robert* Creek. JACK WARN, 885-2235  (24 hrs,)  COUNTRY QUIET #4027  Rural area with country qulat. Ideal retirement home. 1040  iq ft, 2 bedrooms, grand fireplace, great country kitchen,  attractive pine ceilings. At the low prlco of $39,900 yoM can  really en|oy your retirement, RUTH MOORE, 805-2235 (24  hr*.)  DOUBLEWIDE SET AMONGST #4060  High clan home area, Ideal for a couple who wish a neighborhood atmoiphere close to easy beach access, atva low,  'low price of $33,000. Act now, this will not last very loltg, See  It with BOB KENT and give u* your offer, Now offered under  ��� the atseued actual values 11 "TINY DOB" 003-9461 evai, or  009-2239,  SPARKLING BUSINESS! #3941 MLS  This growing welding ihop Is for tale now at |uit $39,000,  Equipped and ready for your iparhl Good propane business   ,  add* to the Income. For more Information call RUTH MOORE,  083-2239 (24 hrs.)  TBgimimziksWSie^^  885-9504 885-2235       .885-2571 88M746 886-2681        885-9461  i R.Goodwin  8852456  \p r-  Div. 7 Sechelt Elementary  Stbri  Wednesday, January 31,1979:  Toe Peninsula Times  PageB-7  THEBUNAWAY ' trees.  By Jordan Bellrose But he wasent anywhere in the park  Once upun a time my f reind ran a way they drove every were but they codent f ind:  to the zoo. His parents were wereid. so, him ana" then they went to the zoo and  they went.to look for him they looked all there he was at last thar he is!  over for him they coodent find him so they  went home and went to bed and the next. A MAGIC DAY IN SECHELT  ���Jiujni%,j��ne3d^ . ,7 _  looked for him a gain. My family and I had just come back  They looked at the stores and the shop from Alberta Rosetown. We went to see  eseys and then they wenet to the park they my Greatgrandma. We had got off the  looked all over the park they looked in the ferry and were in Selma Park. We went to  see a few people. ;.  . We had just been .coming from the '���  corner nearthe hospital We all stared in  amazement! Sechelt had. been changed!  The houses were all made of gingerbread  with sugarplums and Chocolate Icing with  mints and chocolate easter bunnies and  Santa, his riengdeer and his.sleigh. We  went home and our house too was made  jout^Lc]andyjroOheJriside.was_tool^.._  We went to see the mayor to find out  what had happened. It certainly wasn't his ,  fault the Sugarplum Witch did it and there  was-only one way to get out of it. All the  f\  people* in Sechelt had to eat their house in  one month. ���  '  On the fourteenth day we all got sick  (from .eating the house). It only lasted a  little while. Then we tried to burn it down.  But the witch came and put a spell on us.  To break the spell we had to think of two  words and suddenly my Mom said I love  gumdrops and sugarplums and the spell  -was-broken; ���  Then it was time>to go to the dentist. I  had.ten cavities: One of my teeth had to be  pulled oyt and I have to get braces.  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES ft SERVICE  ���_iAskjjohaut���our_7_  "Packoge" deals.  IN THE M OF SECHELT  ��n MONDAY ��� SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:30  ^    ���-      < A _  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:30 pm  885-9816  - cSi^Mar^-of-Qtiality-  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  The End  Use'Times' Adbrlefs to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  T  Spring is near, so why don't  you send us a story about why  you like it.  Send It to: BOX 310, SECHELT.  nnhrini7nnnnnnnnnnnnn  HRppy &ei?thd��v!  iJL_  Dmrvrve Bouoeru *  Jflrv)Lir9��v |%  MAKE IT!  CHOCOLATE PEANUT CLUSTERS"  6 oz. semi-sweet chocolate chips  1/2 tsp. butter . -        -        -   ��� -- ���  salted peanuts  -  Melf chocolate and butter in top of double boiler. Add  peanuts and stir until all are well coated. Dip by spoonfuls  onto waxed paper and refrigerate. _'_  When I am sad  I am a lost kitten.  I am a broken cup.  I am a girl dying.  A am a dead rose.  I am not a bright blue sky.  DEBBIE GLEDSON, '  Grade 2, Cedar Grove Elem.  WlNTEIf~~^  by Shauna Christensen, age 11  Winter reminds me of different  snowflokes that fall  And cover the ground with white,  When children go out and play on sleds  And then at night in their beds  They dream of candy canes,  bells and charms,  Bicycles, stuffed animals, cream puffs  and ice cream.  Winter reminds me of snowmen so big  and snowballs so small, .  And igloos where eskimos live,  All these things you can make in snow  ..Every winter season.  MAGIC NUMBER SQUARES  W you sum the numbers  up and down, across and  diagonally, your answer will  add up to 15. See if you can  z^-^^-=^make-ardiffe^reiit one.���  2  <?  7  a  4  /  i  s  When lam sad  I am a sick pferson  I am a cloud  with rain  -When I am sad ������  I am not happy  I am a lost crying boy.  KEVIN HEIBNER,  Grade 2,^Cedar Grove Elem.  GOOFY RIDDLES  Does a cake have a cavity when it gets a  billing?  ���Did���the���apple���turnover   to    see _the  gingersnap?    '    *  Is a horse  dn  artist when  he  draws  a  wagon?  Does it hurt when a train gets switched?  Who lost when alphabet?  Did the fly fly when the spider spied 'er?  ./"���:.; ���-, ������    '���."... ,: ;' '���:  PAINTING THEFT  by David Foxall & Mark Paetkau  Grade 7,  Sechelt Elem.  Jan. 18/69. Two reporters have been called to escort Hercule Poriot to the famous  mansion of Lord Hardware because the famous painting "Clouds" has been stolen.  Hercule and the police force are starting to investigate the missing painting. Hercule  has notified all the people on the island that they must stay on the island until further  noticeVThe people involved are: "Nestor thebutler, Arab doctor Al Sheik, movie star  Jane Wilkinson, millionaire Grant Glope and owner Jack Hopper. Today the  detective uncovered the painting while looking for the clues. Hercule told everybody  to stay on the island for six days.  Jan. 24/69 Hercule and the police officers have returned to the island and have  arrested doctor Al Sheik, who put the painting in a poison Ivy bush. He was unfamiliar with the bush and this morning he didn't know why he was scratching so  much.  Story Frog  The Ostrich and the Hippopotamus  These are conversations written by Mrs. Janyk's Grade 1 Class at  Sechelt Elementary.  v  y>  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Part* * Sales * Service  ��� Rotor Lather Service lor Disc Brakes  qnd Drum Drakes  ' Valve and Seal Grinding  ' All Makes Sorvicod       Datsun Specialists ,  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  '    and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  885-5181  BLASTING  Ted's Blasting A Contracting Ltd.  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A long-time resident, of the Sunshine  Coast, Stan Tyson, St., will be honored in a  mass conducted by Father Nicholson at  the Catholic Church in Sechelt Saturday at ���  10 a.m. ���   -^  He passed away suddenly at his home  DecemberH2^ ���___' :_7   Squoringly yours  By MAURICE HEMSTREET  lettuce in the vegetable category while  antirrhinum, stock, aster, cosmos can be  prepared ior the flower garden.  But the frame can do a useful job in the  winter by bringing the rather tender  biennials through the cold weather and in  good shape to be planted in the early  Friends who were unable to attend the  funeral in North Vancouver on December  15 may wish to pay their last respects.  Mr. Tyson had lived in Wilson Creek for  over 40 years. He homesteaded there, and  raised his. family of seven children (three  sons and four daughters) there.  Stan, or "Curly" as he was known by  JWSL Jlfiends, had a sawmill with Terry  pioneer  his hand at farming.  v   He was also a member of the Oddfellows Lodge.  Tyson Road in Wilson Creek is named  after him, as the Tyson homestead and  sawmill were at the end of the road.  Mr. and Mrs. Tyson left the area in  November of 1977 and had moved to  Westbank.  Their two younger daughters, Barbara  (Hammer) and Phyllis (Weir), live there  with their families.  Lemieux in the old days.  He had also been a logger and had tried  Native Environmental Studies  By STEPHANIE RE AD  -sprtog.^-list^f-thes^might^clude^^  Hello there, bellow square dancers.  Don't look now but winter has either just  begun or could be just the final wrap up.  However, last Friday night something  scared away most of The Country Stars  and we had a fantastic evening with caller  .Harry Robertson on deck. But OH! Woe is  me, only one. and a half, sets of dancers  took turns on the floor. Did the snow keep  them home or was it that all-nations 'flu  bug that is still on the go. Well, better luck  next week.  I forgot to take my notebook with me,  so I took a page from President Merrill  Bowes' book and from that time on  "everything went~wf6hg71 just don't uh-~  derstand it.  I finally found out that our good Pres.  put funny money in the coffee kitty a  couple of weeks ago; but I won't tell the  convenor, will you?  Those present with birthdays in  January were Louise Mason, Harry  Robertson, Tom Parish and those away  were Peg Campbell, Lorraine Conroy, Em  Flack, Fred Greeves and Jack Marshall.  Now those who were there were supposed  to get a brand new car but, due to the  snow, the order will be held up till next -  January. Well, look what you could have  missed.  I don't know what next month's birthday square dance gifts will be, but I do  hope_that when the fourth ojE May rolls  around I will get a harem of blondes'.^rVhat-  a way to go. The undertaker will be  bananas trying to get the smile off my  face. Well, there is no law against  dreaming.  The Western Square Dance Jamboree  -jrillbeMd on April 21 at the Queen's Park  _ Arena in New Wejstadnster and_it is hoped  that this will become an annual event on  the third weekend of April from now on.  Mark it on your calendar.  Well, till next Friday evening when you  will have a surprise caller, have a good  day and think square dancing.  Bye now.  ,  Christian Science  wallflower, English daisies, pansies and  forget-me-nots, while Canterbury bells,  polyanthus, primroses and aubretia may  be wintered in a frame to ensure plants of  good size in the Spring.  A cold frame is a good means of  providing a suitable environment for  cuttings made and inserted in summer.  For this purpose the frame should be  located where it does hot get the direct  sun. The cuttings may be in pots stood in  the frame and the frame itself kept closed  ��� that is the atmosphere must be kept  humid with a minimum of ventilation until  it is certain that the cuttings have rooted.  Then transplant into shallow boxes or flats  and keep in the frame until the weather is  right for putting outdoors.  To raise plants from seed, sow thinly in  the mixture described in the last^ Corner,  barely'covering them on the surface.They  will not need any water during the germinating period provided the growing  medium is sufficiently moist before  sowing. For the first couple of days protect  the seeds from.the light by covering the  container with a sheet of brown paper. The  new green growth, which looks like leaves  but is not, will appear in from five to seven  days. It is important to note that there  should be no transplanting until the true  leaves do appear. Then the plants should  be put into another flat and spaced about  one inch ap^LTtrusing^a^siiiaiaT^rowing-  medium. From'this time on watering is  very important and, if the soil is as porous  as it should be, over-watering is very  unlikely. Obviously' just as important is  the correct drainage of _the container. As  This week was the. last week at Tsah-  Nye for the first group of NES students'.  We spent 13 weeks down at Chatelech, so  we were very happy about being able to  spend our last week at the site.  When we arrived there was about one  foot of snow and it was snowing heavily.  The water had frozen up the night before  so we had to pack water from a nearby  stream and wash at the river as in the "old  ways."  Most of the people had voted to carry  water rather than go back to the portable,  so. we managed the whole week, with the  werer  were  site almost as clean as normal.  ~ "The" main~outdoor���activities  snowshoeing and canoeing. There  some certificates given out for those who  passed the canoeing course and test. On  the test we paddled about four nautical  miles.  We had some visitors from the Sechelt  Indian Band on Wednesday. There was  another'visitors with them whose name  was Ken Bryan. He was an assistant fire  chief of Montreal for over 27 years. Now he  is chief fire inspector for the Department'  of Indian Affairs. \  He gave us a talk on fire safety which  we enjoyed very much.  CHIMNEY SWEEP  Any time is a good time  ���to clean your chimney.���  *We build them new and repair them.  *We kn6w how to sweep and clean them "with the  best equipment money can buy".  PIPE AND STOVE CLEANING  "SERVING THE PENINSULA FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS  S.C. PENINSULA ���  Leave message with DEAN at 885-2159  Burnaby-7370 Gil ley Avenue 433:3137  Whistler Mounfaln 932-5732  DIVISION OF H. BANKA MASONRY LTD.  this stage drying out can be disastrous.  One authority recommends the use of  two frames, one kept warmer than the  other by closing it down early in the afternoon or whenever one's common sense  dictates in the face of the weather con-  -ditions^As-theplants in-the_ warmer_one-  develop-they .can be transferred to-the -  cooler frame for the hardening-off  process. As emphasized previously, while  watering is vital, it must be accompanied  by sufficient ventilation. You need all the  light you can get but not too much heat. So  use every means to toughen the young  plants, then giving them built-in good  constitutions by gradual exposure as the  temperature rises. The experienced  gardener knows that plants raised under  -these conditjoas are less-likely���to-be-  SAUSAGES  Pork, Beef, or Beef & Pork  WltNIRS^=  5lbs/$6.69  ..$1  PINEAPPLE JUICE Co-op Unsweetened 48 f I. oz.  INSTANT DRINK CRYSTALS  Co-op Grape ��� 22 oz ea  Lemonade - 22 oz  Orange - 22 oz ...  ea  .ea.  "Suffer little children to come unto me,  and forbid them not: for of such is the  kingdom of God." (Luke 18:16). These  were the words of Jesus, full of love and  bothered by pests and are more disease  resistant.  Most garden encyclopedias give a fair  amount of attention to tins aspect of  compassion. -���  This present year has been proclaimed  The Year of the Child and we are all asked  for our loving support. How precious are  childlike qualities.  In Miscellaneous Writings, Mary Baker  Eddy writes ��� "Beloved children, the  world has need of you ~ and more as  children than as men and women: it needs  your innocence, unselfishness, faithful  affection, uncontaminated lives."  gardeningv-ln-fact one authority states  categorically that a cold frame well  stocked with husky plants is the sign of an  outstanding gardener.  From observation it would seem that  most of us are inclined to neglect this  intriguing and challenging part oFgarden  science. 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SATURDAY 9t00-6t00  WE WILL BE CLOSED SUNDAYS UNTIL EASTER ,:*=��.  v 1  ���;^.-Jr,i^,V  Basketball wraiHip  �� Thirteen was a lucky number for.the  Grade   8   girls'   basketball, team   at.  January 31,1979  Elphinstone, which came out on the short  end of a 79-31 score, Keng Min Sim scored  13 and Alan Carroll 10.  The junior girls.defeated Howe Sound,  Bra(*endale~and^HowerSound~pn~sucf���the Graded girlslosfrta Balmoral and-the-  ���i���j j>-��-"-^'-'        -...-...I    junj,,,. 50ys dropped a ganle to Howe  Sound.  KEY GAME TOMORROW  One of the key games>of the season for  the Elphinstone Cougars senior boys' team  is scheduled for tomorrow (Thursday), in  the. Elphinstone gym, whea the <k>ugars_  host the Howe' Sound Chieftains of  Squamish. The tall Chieftains, who are  hearty favorites to retain the Howe Sound  championship, defeated the Cougars  handily in the teams' first meeting^earlier  this month.  A senior girls' game will precede the  feature,game.  On Tuesday, Feb7�� 6, McNair's senior  boys' team will visit Elphinstone and on  the" following day,' Chateledi's Grade 3  teams will face their Elphinstone counterparts, also at Elphinstone.  HOWE SOUND TOURNEY  In junior boys basketball action Friday,  it was Chatelech over Elphinstone 33-31 in  Chatelech last week. The team kept.its  winning streak intact by < defeating  PaeegXi7" Bradkendale~and^HowerSound~on~suc;  ���ihiffi m ��m, ' cessive days and holding both opponents to  a mere 13 points.  On Wednesday, Ellen Thomas scored 13 "*;  points as Chatelech outscored Bracken-  dale, 23-13, in the Brackendale gym.\  Thursday, Chatelech romped to a 58-131  victory over the visiting Howe Sound*  "team. Ellen Floros led the scoring with 24;  points. /  BOYS LOSE -   '      V I  Chatelech's Gr,ade 8 boys weren't so  fortunate, losing to Brackendale and Howe  Sound after an exciting f outpoint win over  Elphinstone Jan. 16.  ,   Other games during a busy week of  basketball for Chatelech included two:  victories over Elphinstone by the Grade 9:  boys' team," which, also loft; 6048 to  Balmoral despite Greg Mottishaw's 30  points.      ; v-.. _; , 7 -'  ._   -;/; ';���  Rob Gibbons and Greg Mottishaw were<  the top scorers in Chatelech's second win  over Elphinstone, with 15 points each,  while Eddie Campasano scored 14. For  a hard fought game.  Elphinstone boys looked like the club to  beat earlier in the year but with the  Chatelech victory it now appears like the  Howe Sound-Tournament February 16���an(L  17 will be a real contest with several teams  vying for top spot.  B.A. BLACKTOP  QWflUr SERVICE   SINCE ������  V',      ��� r   '  * Grovel Sole* * Grading Curbs'  ���Soil Cement ���Drainage Road*  ���Industrial Sites ���Parking Areas  Tennis Courts* Driveways  885-5151  rOWOHS (AY ROAD. ((CHUT  MorthVoiKOtrwrOHlM���ZmWiUJI  nffm��*Vl.  _{__,_.   -Amalgamated  __WMk. Conelruciton  B.C  Rood  ���widen  Association  *Cktop ltd:  & SERVICES  IS OPEN  (SMORGASBORD EVERY FRIDAY. SATURDAY &  SUNDAY - CLOSED MONDAYS)  WE ALSO HAVE GAS  /fKk\ L     885"5500  nnypQ o tauu             \mHf\J. The) Clarksons - 8 miles  rumro �� lUn         JT-fCTfrv amm    North of Sechelt on  TRUCK SERVICE   ftt ^&9 *-*-- Hwy 101  Minor hockey  own  JUST TWO of the nearly 400 students  that showed up for Cross-country run  of up to four km at Davis Bay  Elementary Thursday, braving frosty  temperatures.- Results, were - as  follows: Winners in the Atom Boys,  Joe Ludwig, Roberts Creek first;  Dean Bothwell, Gibsons, second;  Martin Blackwell, West Sechelt,  third. Winners in the Atom Girls,  _ Jeannie-Bilous^Sechelt, iirst;_Colleen-  Partrige, Gibsons, second; Pam  Kennedy, Gibsons, third. Winners in  the Tyke Boys, David Rogers,  -Sechelt,- first; - Darren- Kohueh,  Sechelt, second; Vince Bothwell,  Gibsons, third. Winners in the Tyke  Girls, Vanessa Dixon, Sechelt, first;  Tanya Rezansoff; Cedar Grove,  second; Sonia Sorenson, Sechelt,  third. Winners in the Peewee Boys,  Brad KrintiUa^ Gibsons,_firat;_Ernie  CarsweU, Madeira Park*- second;-  Biily Stock well, Sechelt, third.  Winners in the Peewee Girls, Shelly  Brongers, Roberts Creek, first;  Tammy Kennedy, Gibsons, second;  Jennifer Rhodes, Cedar Grove, third.  7Winners-in-the-Bantam Boys,7Randy-  MacLean, Gibsons, first; Cam  Lineker, Gibsons, second; Lonnie  Brock, Roberts Creek, third. .Winners  -in the Bantam Girls,"Sonja Peterson,  Gibsons, first; Donna MacFarland,  Gibsons, second; Bobby-Jean  LeBlanc, Roberts Creek, third.  -. last week's travelling peewee teams  all reported having a great time playing  their respective<games. Our group of Twhi  Creek Peewees had an exceptionally good  time at the annual Hope Peewee Tour-  -namemVFrom all-reports, our boys more,  than held their own with teams from the  North Shore and Fraser Valley.  It was quite apparent that the skating  skills of our players were slightly weaker,  due to the few hourson the ice, but cer-  iainly the desire and enthusiasm at this^  level more than made up for it/  Twin Creek won and tied on the  Saturday morning, then lost Sunday  morning but advanced to the consolation  finals for third and fourth place. Against  one of the Fraser Valley teams, Twin  sending down an Atom team, while  Squamish will be sending a Midget-  Juvenile team to play our Elson Glass and  Credit Union Rangers teams.  v At the same time, T&T Trucking will  -be uvPowell River,-while Tyee Flyers will-  be in Squamish. Good luck to all these  clubs.  A schedule follows:  Thursday, Feb 1. Flyers to Squamish  (M). T&T- Trucking to Powell River.  League game, Weldwood vs 140's<- 23's  7:15-8:15. Practice A's vs Aces 8:15 - 9:15.  Saturday, February 3. Kin-ucks vs  Sabres 10:30 %11:30.109>s vs TBS 11:45 -  1:00. Exhibition Powell River vs OWL 1:15  - 2:30. Exhibition Squamish vs Elson Glass  2:45 - 4:15.  Ml  WANTED,  Come  *see  our���ew  c"��ys/er  **�� * frucfo  38*  Coast Strokers  Bilingual biking  By Dennis Gray  Creek took and early 2-0 lead only to see it  vanish into a 3-2 hearbreaking loss.  Coaches and parents were most pleased  with the effort and attitude of the boys on  their fourth place finish. Good work and  well done boys!  The Legion 109 team enjoyed a  Weekend series in Powell River, losing 5-1  and 4-0 in two closely fought. games% As7^  well; TBS and the Oilers enjoyed successful games with a Powell River team.  For those fortunate enough to have sent  Sunday, February 4. Practice Oilers vs  140's 7:45 - 8:45. Exhibition Powell River  vs Elphinstone 9:00 - 10:15. Exhibition  Squamish vs Rangers 10:30-12:00. Twin  Creek vs G.T.'s 12:15 -1:30. Clippers vs  Flyers 6:30 - 8:15.  CONSIGNMENT  CARS & TRUCKS  CONTACT: *DEANCLAPP  ��� SUNNYCREST ESSO, GIBSONS.  ��� 886-9962  -*$-day$-a-week-�� ^-am-3-pm.  DL 2180  !SUntD��5T CHKM5LER LTD  886-9962   Sunnycrest Esso, Gibsons,  ��� next to St. Mary's, Sechelt.  "the game, you now can attest to the  competitiveness of Peewee brand hockey.  This weekend sees four more exhibition  games at the Arena with Powell-River  It was obvious long before we stopped  there was something bothering Rod. He  was shifting gears with the heel of his-boot  like he was stomping snakes and that is a  sure invitation to transmissiqn failure. Npt  only that, he was playing chicken with  some pretty mean looking stumps. I  figured it was time we stopped before he  ran into one that wouldn't move out of the  way.' ' ' '���  Now usually Rod would use these  breathers to relive our-ride but today he  just claimed up and stared out into space.  It was kinda peaceful, no chattering about  some rock, root, hill hole. He didn't even  kidme aboutfalllngin the creek crossing.-  It was beginning to enjoy the silence  when he started spitting a blast of verbal  bullets. The cause of this fusillade of invectives was a book, "Bllllngual Today,  French Tomorrow". From Rod's  description, the book sounded like a  modern day Meln Kampf, with P.E.  Trudeau as the dictator to be. Rod gave  many reasons and examples to justify the  author's belief that our Prime Minister is  about to seek complete domination over aU  Canada at the head of his French domestic  legions.  He. babbled on about Francophones  infiltrating all areas of authority and  power because of the preferential selec-  ttorl given to them in tho olvil service*  armed services, national police force and  so on. To me, like most Canadians, affairs  of this nature take second place to my  cut^nrintereStsrahd since getting ourselves and our bikes home in one piece  seemed more important than the future of  Canada, I sought to defuse his rage.  " <'HmnV' I says. "His observations are  very astute. But his keen eyes have missed  the real threat to man's security, for there  is an infiltration of far greater proportions  than has been going on longer than  bilingual signs.  These events may lead not to war of  nationalities but to one of sexualities. Not  only have, women invaded every influential institution in the country, bujt  they have also invaded the pool hall, the  beer hall and the union hall. The only  sanctuary left is dirt bikes arid I expect to  ���Seepage C-2  Senior boys  "OUR EYES WATCH,  EVEN WHEN YOU CAN'T."  BURGLARY & FIRE  PORTABLE SYSTEMS  COMMERCIAL A RESIDENTIAL  PURCHASE, LEASE,  HN��TALl*T��Mr^VIGINa~"-~-  [PENINSULA ALARM SYSTEMS LTD  I box 77    886-9116   0|BS0NI  ^ %u0*imm*���Mimimmmmm0mmmmmmmmmmmmmM  December 12,1978, Elphinstone vs Port  Coquitlam played at Port Coquitlam."  Final score: Elphinstone 80, Port  Coquitlam 82. Top scorers: Jeff  Mulcaster, Larry Lineker, Bruce Northway.  December 15, 1978, Elphinstone vs  North Vancouver, played at Elphinstone.  Final score: Elphinstone 62, North Van.  65. top scorers! Bruce Northway, Jeff  Mulcaster, Larry Llnekar.  January 5, 1979, Elphinstone vs  Pemberton, played at Elphinstone. Final  score: Elphinstone 81, Pemberton 60.'Top  scorers i Mike Partridge, Rob Jonas, Gary  Knowles."  January 9, 197ft, Elphinstone vs  Garibaldi, played at Garibaldi, Final  score: Elphinstone 59,'Garibaldi 89. Top  scorers: Clint Suveges, Larry Lineker.  January, 15,1979, Elphinstone vs Howe  Sound (Squamish), played at Squamish.  Elphinstone, lost. Top scorers:. Bruce  Northway, Wally Nygren, Jeff Mulcaster.  January 19, 20, Seagram Tournament  (Delta). Game 1 ��� Elplnstone vs Merrltt.  Final,scorei Elphinstone 66, Metritt 89,  Top scorers; Wally Nygren, Bruco Northway, Clint Suveges, Mlko Partridge.7  Game 2 --Elphinstone vs Garibaldi,  Final score: Elphinstone 81, Garibaldi 67.  Top scorers: Wally Nygron, Jeff  MulcaNter, Bruce Northway, Clint  Suveges, AH star: Wally Nygren.  January 25, Elphinstone vs King  George. Final score: Elphinstone 79, King  George741, TopflcOferSi Jeff Mulcfister,  Denis Turenne, Mike Partridge,  Upcoming home games: Tuesday,  January 30,4 p.m; 8r. Boys���Elphinstone  , vs McNnlr, Wednesday, Jan. 31,4 and 6:30  p^rnr Brr Boyr��r^W��;"^  Pender Harbcwrr Tuesday; Feb 8 -* 8r;  Boys, Elphinstone vs Howe Sound  (Squamlsh)s COME SUPPORT YOUR  TEAMI   .  Soccer game  Kickoff is slated for 3:30 Sunday at  Empire Stadium for an amateur international soccer game between Canada  andtfirtQs.A.        ;' 7  The contest is' staged by the Canadian  Soccer Association in co-operation with  the B.C. Soccer Association Commission.  Representing the two countries will be  the players on the Olympic Games and the  Pan American Games pool.  Barrie Clarke of Sardis has recently  been appointed national team coach and  will be making his Canadian debut with  the team. A former B��. team coach,  Clarke, was in charge of,the Canadian  under-19 team which won a berth in the  1979 Youth World Cup Championships to  be staged in Japan next August.  The coaching staff and 20 players  depart for San Jose, California January 28  for a week training session before meeting  the U.S. team at the Seattle Kingdome on  February 3.  There will be no pre-sale of tickets for  the game at Empire Stadium. The gates  will open at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are priced at  general admission of $3.00 and $1.00 for  children and Senior citizens.  MARINE  SERVICES LTD  Sinclair Bay Road  Just up & over the hill  VOLVO/PENTA - CHRYSLER  HOURSTON GLASCRAFT  EZLOAD-MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  oo3-27Z2 oi  883-2602  [nights]  Phone for Our Rates on  Winterizing and Storage  BOAT MOVING  WITH  LESS WOOD  Up To Over 3,000 Sq. 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' ���m��.����.���.��������  council on behalf of the Heart Foundation   '  ' Adooi-to door canvass will be madew  alohglwith^Mrs. Jean Longtey, who has   Je Village,  films  are  bang, shftwrv  , ���    , , ���From Page c4  see a side-saddle motorcycle nest.  years of a person's .life is the most important period. As adults we need to' gain  Don't be fooled by their sweet smiles. If .insight and understanding of the growth  sons.        . ' .   ,  "The Unit will not only appeal to the  public  for  funds  but will  provide  < educational films and pamphlets and give  assistance to those in need of the Heart  Foundation," Mrs. Rigby said.  ��"More than 50 per cent of all deaths in  Canada are due to heart disease.  ,' ."Ninety per cent of every dollar con-  retributed  is   spent   on. research  and  display will be shown in the Gibsons Mall  Feb. 2.  "The heart fund is our number one.  defence against Canada's worst killer and  crippler."  In reading the proclamation, Mayor  Blaine asked Gibsons residents to give  generously -to the heart fund in  acknowledgement "of the doctors,  workers and volunteers who are in the'  front line in the war of Heart Disease.*'  -a .-\  f.YJ  THE HERON CAFE  Gibsons Harbour  HOURS: MON. - FRL 8 AM. - 8 P.M.  MON-FRI8 am-8 pm  ^-' SAT-SUN -8am-5pm  Try Our Homemade  Shepherd's Pie, Welsh Rarebit,  or Roast Beef  "something different each day -" t  full facilities  Drop off your.peninsula times :>  "classifieds here. ;  * Remember Bridge Wednesday Evening*  they start to think like spiders or bees we  may find ourselves wrapped in silk webs,  hanging lifeless and dehydrated of all our  life's juices or buzzing in circles on the  doorstep with a poison Darb in our rear  ends.  And don't feel too secure in all your  strength either. Remember who feeds you.  They are no longer three steps behind us.  They are everywhere ��� banks, post of-  TflceSrtelephone offices, hospitals, driving-  truck, pumping gas ��� what money they  . don't own they are married to.  French we can learn to speak but who  1 understands the logic of a woman? How  can we fight them? Who would pads our  parachutes?, our lunches?,  ���  Now a discussion about women has  /always got Rod's Interest' and he has  opinions about them. But this had him  sUent and puzzled., -  I went on to suggest that if we were to;  avoid becoming short term drones we  would have to be ever vigilant We would  have to watch women closely if we wanted.  to uncover the nature of her moves and not I  turn our backs on them even at night But 7;  we must take care for they have taken,  steps to confuse us. 'Most' of them'wear -.  pants. It's getting harder to tell the ladies -  from the laddies. A man can waste  ] t valuable time keeping a beautiful head of ,  ���r hairundersurveillanceonlytofindithaSa  matching beard7 S \ "- , < ' \  Strangely enough this threat didn't  seem to worry Rod. In fact he began to J  : laugh as be fired up his bike and headed:,,  ,' home.HenasasecretwesjKmIdpn'tknow.7.  . about. At any rate he seemed to be in a  better frame of mind. Now unless we were  to meet a French Canadian lady riding a .  moto-cross bike side saddle, we should  have a more related ride.  Keep strokin., > ���  and development of children to help them  become healthy adults.  - Clair Hawes is a counsellihg  psychologist and the mother of two well  "balancM cTMoyen7She"will be Instructing  the 52 hour course Psychology of Early  Childwood, commencing- Wednesday,  January 31,7-10 p.m. in Chatelech Junior  Secondary School, Room 104. Fee: $30 for  singles and $50 for couples.  ���This-course-is-on-a-flrst^ear-college  level and it is compulsory for those who  want to go into the Preschool or Day Care  Supervisor's Training Program. However  it is also essential for parents with  preschoolers and for everybody working'  with children not their own.  The purpose of this program is to  provide the participants, with a fun  damental knowledge of child growth and  development, prenatal to seven years;  physical, intellectual, emotional, and'  social. The instructor will discuss genetic .  * and environmental factors which , in*  faience development. She will also con- -���  centrate on prenatal development, speech  - and communication, motor development;  - physical growthrand:learning".   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TTvor'yday  P/inlM  Cont'd,  AntM  tone Slmard       L*v. it Shirioy     a Minute    >  ,Oent^dV,to**^i?,i^H"Bwtww!'^  "ortunee  jstlonal News  mCmn   ewa  lfrl,Wffrtf  1  ooSPdT*  cont'd;,  Iowa i  CHANNBL 8  �����*lTT!r***''" "'""a11" '"I'l  Ne<vs,t     ,  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.  Adam li  Another World���  Cont'd,  Movlei  Pimpernel  . Cont'd, ���.  ���MOOjOOO-*-*'"'-'**"  CHANNBL���  xplorer* '  lloomnMilo*  Moaauro Up  go Worth  Blue Umbrella  r|  iy  Rainbow Bnd  CHANNBL 11  toew*       "~*~���-  Denver Ac the'  CHANNBL U  Donahue  Confd.  Truly American  Ov    ~  )Ver Baiy  ew*  ionfd,  fI  'ortunep'  ay ���   '  m^tulo 'i**-i��^���i**i��i*��.li/tj;^  3.0i��i  ESTMftTfri  >W8  Ml  S^iaTna'intraeF  Confd.  Nawi'-";:-' ���  Newsmakers  Sovjei".'- T'~  he Town  _ aw Over    Cont'd,  ^okoV8-��''-^��RpnnUai'-':;s;':  SneAk Preview  rand Cojintr:  at��y Qallant  17X7*7  Rio Grande  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana Split*  TiuiiW~BT*r*      ,  Leave to Beaver  -���l>-lnvm��lMw-��"��  part. Family  ady Bunch  o*��n'�� Heroes  op Newhart  MovUi  LI  Love JCxporU,  Tiff Tao Dough  Match Game  My 8 Son*  "Funorama  llllgan'* ���  L,v.^er  CHANNEL 13  Cont'd.  Vancouver /  Cont'd,      //.  'Str  iron  ItoV  ed  r  i'  Bewltol  Battle Planeta  Gllllgan'* Island  I Love Lues  Andy.QHftlj  Petti, Junction  Hollywood Sqs.  (iarol. w1  aro  Pb,  ' Crosswit*'  Merv Griffin  3ame   Cont'd,  _urn��IF  ewhart  uver  Little Homo  Magnlfloent  Adventure  iiiii��.mHgi��r�� ii.iii.il  Cont'd,  '  ^ewe*  Usilni  Game  n  ong Show  Odd Couple  XjMtalrs/"**--"  Downstair! "  On the Bu|e*  ,,wlm   averne. Shirley  t'di  ont  .  orts Page,  ont'  ������WW******  y."!',|*.;  ^^mT!iU^m^��\p.i  '��'>wiii,*i  W*S?i!w  m  Date Pad  Bi30 pm.Tor Info call 805-2896 or 885-3394,  Feb. 1 ��� Sunshine Coatt Figure Skating Club Book Sale, Trail Bay Mall, 10  '   am-noon. "  Feb, 6 ������ "Headitarl Prenatal Cla��*, Health Unl�� Glb��on��, 7:30-?:30 pm,  Women up to 6 month* pregnant, bring husband*. No co*t, For Info &  proreglitrdtlon call 886-2228.  Feb. 7 ��� Glbaona Wildlife Club Meeting, Clubhouse, 7i30 pm. Ron Feorne  of Native Environmental Studies Program ot Daierftd Bay will (peak,  Feb. 8 ��� Flr��t General Meeting of Sechelt Ra>epayer�� group, Sr. Cltlwn*  Hall, Sechelt, 7:30 pm,  /   Feb, 10'����� Valentine* Tea & Bake Salo, St. Bartholomew* Anglican Church,  Olbions, 2-4 pm, Tea 30c,  Feb. 11 ~~ RefleKology Workshop with Reflexologist V|vlen Harden,  Chatelech Music Room, 1.4 pm. $5, PreregUtratlon nece����ary, Call  883-5440 or 883-2743,  "FeCU.  am.  Robe'rti Creek 'Hospital Auxiliary Meeting, St. Aldan* Hall, 11  USi THIS SPACPJO PROMOTfYOUEOIlOANlUTlONt IV1NT*,  ITS FREE, CALL 8BS3231.  (tt * >  U     %WS ^ *H/^/r^|f *W^j^**''   1 ^^  Art of interviewing  . ' "THe ^orld-famous; collie, Lassie, has   Faye, Pa^ Boone and the Mike Curb  tjeen off ttie big screen {drr15 years. Now,   Congregation. Real stars are Lassie and  ,<<-_-    -, ���..'<���������        ���,.,   ^^.^-^'.-'V        ,<. with some good names; a>ne:filled score 'jaJmesSte^art^ theater stealing the film  Many volunteers are still needed to . Gibsons. Why dotftjou make the time to   and story chock-full of comedy, action and "with his fine acting, comedy timing.and  help wift the^Oiitolano CoUege.survey to >ke^ part in this, important project. pathos, the allnew Lassie film is hereto .eyentts singing, *    . \  detormiije what courses wiU be o��ereiL, male COMPANION�� '     v l   win the hearts of family audiences. An excellent gimmick has Lassie and ,  terl0I��,5?���J?eCoast3 ����.Sflffll8g_ - A six-year-old boyreally needsxa male~ .^Fhe-Jack^ Wrather-presehtation,' young-master Michael Sharrett (playing-  _._^y^Jiis^4^pus~^,meaii.t^ companion to be Iris 'special friend'. HeTs~  produced by Bonita Granville Wrather and   Stewart's grandson), attempting to get  swdentswillnolongerhave to commute to   presentiytooyoungtobeapartoftheBig   William Beaudine jr., has been directed by   back to each other, with quick cutting-  ^rth Vancouver to order to continue their   Bromer organization but it is now that he'   Pon Chaffey from a script by Hean1 revealing their)Jo be to similar situations. ���  education beyond high school.        -      . n��>edsJo deyelop a growing relationship"  Hollowayr-Robert Br ShermaliTand^ Pat and DebBy Boone, the Curb singers,  Volunteers will tram in the art Qf to-   ^ a n^ue ioves sports mi woujd _fo ��Richard M. Sherman, as based on a story   Rooney and Faye join in the singing,  terviewing in a two-day worktop in the   to know q^ ^ ^ C(mnt m an evening   by ^ Shermans, who also wrote the       In beautiful CFI Color, the movie stars  ^^i^i^��mJe?^.^^l.J!!lHH?   ouUUb^slattogitifrrThis-wo^^ ~ ���= James-Stewartr-LassierMickey-Rooney^    ~    a rewarding experience for both you and Episodic plot allows for appearances   Penfell Roberts, Stephanie  Zimbalisfr/  by Mickey RooneyTMSe MazurW, Alice   Michael Sharret, Alice Faye.  3e��\��MM*  Tell Us How  You Got It  _a,Qn,  !                                                                                                 1  WELL KNOW  MF '  HOW TO  Wy��z_'___,\  GET IT OFF  W___jfV\  t_W___Wl%--  {  \  If you don't know  ���how you got it��� --  on, it'll be a  little tougher,  r DUt.... if It can  be done we can  do W ��� very,  very carefully 1  ft ' I  '    .*. \ \  n.  experience ustogrnachihery  v assist' the^teachers' in ea  ' working, metal work and  areas. t first meeting ot[ti^>eariWediae$day,  SCIENCE " ''���'        ���/   T Sobbed foE^m, Sfct^e Gibsons  Have you had past experience working   L^gion,themeeting wfflrevealfacts about  with lab equipment? Perhaps you would,  anMonratfan center being established to  like to renew that mvolvement. A vohin-* nfiake businessmen aware of government  teep is needed to' help with science" programs^ me Mtoistry,      .,,  equipineut; doing inventory,, setting fttp 7 other b-fam of the?meeting wilFbe  experiments and most importantly  relating to the students. Helping a few  hours a week would make a big difference  program.  SITTERS *.  Volunteer babysitters are needed.  people would like to volunteer their  "���'"^'fcaaemm-. **"'" *��helpbutfindtnatsmaU children,  :p<VjJJjj|''keep'them housebound. Would, you be.  ���._���, _.-_ ,__ .. ^*^^-~m yflj^Qg to volunteer a couple of hours k\  { MARIE��BAP^AS��jhoroughly enjoys week 0r perhaps babysit on an irregular  helping at ,tfte Baby Clinic at the basis so that someone could volunteer his  JTOic^Health Unit itt (Jibsona., br her services in another area?  Beginning in February though, she   tutoring - v   .  ^wi^Jaetyolu]^  j V   >  m*S*:  Biiti/h Columbia  ~;      Gibsons  1521-^owwPnRd.  ^      886-2200  Sechelt  Wharf Rd.  885-9554  i.!^: j* *-���>--  Nabob Tradition  COFFEE,.  Crisco  SHORTENING  3ib..:....:.. :   - V> >  ,  ��J      5 lV__________]  Chnic which is just around the corner thelearning assistance area in the schools,  front her home. If you enjoy working' Tutoring individual; students requires  with(oabie$ an&ase free oh IQne^day patient,caring to,help the ,growt\,of a,  afte^hooiris, perhaps you woulri: like to child's learningpotential. YH ^ould'onlKF'  help at the Gibsons Baby Clinic. _^Jj��edJo_con^tyxa��self to twd hours each  -'';'''s- '     v '" -June^phots: w^fe'- -,','i ���A ^ V-r ^ ^-1^  ',  DRIVERS    ��� . x.    ^ : ,  ' y> .Haveyou^ van and live in the Sed^^lt  area? /A\ votunteerM isv needed to; pc*7-1J  ,ti)#siJAlBv ccnfined.to a   *  wheel��ihair, home frt��n schpol. We-stftl  - needL more^-^irK^ati^drk^^ to helpTTinr  '* jemer^ei^islbatiojis: -     lu'-'   f:rtw  Hunts 28 ft. oz.  Kleenex 200s A A  FACIAL TISSUES .691  Kleenex Twin  Kleenex iwm ��� m aq  PAPER TOWELS lw  -r "-*���_ j-*?J-r  -rrft  YM  ^mnr%tw,fe^peidy>t,;.: joiVt  $;f;Mm��Mmy^w%Hy ,  pamtapaotom  1 tFor more information about these  volunteer opportunities or about others  which are on file, please call Resource  Society's Volunteer Bureau at 885-3821.  IN ufioz Z/.69  Upton  ONION SOUP  8oz   Ubby's  fjih,(!onr:  FOR TIMES CALL      oO1  i^^H  ...^'      IV  M *i  U-��    '  FABU4J&sa_?  FUN!  <?  -%,7'V  rl  WITH PORK 28 fI oz  Nalteys  CHILI  C0NCARNE15oz  Chef Boyardee  MINI  30floz  Delsey 4toII      BATHROOM  TISSUE.  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