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 This council figures that garbage  collection .is more important than Its  administration!''/ /        ���  With that remark Sechelt Village Clerk  Tom Wood was ruled out of order at last  Wednesday's council meeting and a  discussion about proposed..salary increases for village employees came to an  -endV  Aldermen proposed a 7% per cent  across-the board salary increase for  Wood, secretary Marsha Phelan and  works superintendent George Fawkes.  , An increase of medical contribution to  lWjp^cent:ar^j��j^  wom&bring the raise up to about 9 per cent  of present salaries, Aid. Larry MacDonald  told council members.   L'L-disagree -with-your���idea-and-1  disagree with your figures/' said Wood.  Council waited silently for a few  minutes as Wood searched for, figures to  support his claim.  When he found the figures, Wood said  that the $3.50 per month which would be 50  per cent of the proposed dental plan and a  medical plan contribution of $2.50 would  equal. .45 per cent of his monthly $1,325.  salary.    "Sel/eTraTrdTfiaTflpOT^Mrina"7te per  cent does not add up to 9 per cent," said  Wood.   . ;��� ��� ���  MacDonald later told thejimes that his  figures were based on the family dental  plan, which has a monthly charge of $20,  not $7. , _ _  MacDonald? who is not a finance  committee member, was sitting in for  vacationing Frode Jorgenson during  salary-negotiations^  because of a possible conflict of interest;  He is the manager of the Sunshine Coast  Credit Union where the village holds its  account.  MacDonald said he based his figures on  the family dental plan because he did not  know, at the time that Wood would not want  to cover his wife under the plan.  'There hasbeen very little consultation  about this salary increase," said Wood..  -"No-one has even asked whether I want to  ��� ;job description and. some recommendations for the increase, which he did  ;, and handed out to all council members.  ;'He said, that, he had expected salaries  (would be discussed in another committee  : meeting before coming, to council, but  ', were not. Council agreed to discuss the  matter of the 7% per cent raise in com-  inlftee agauFbefore approving the in-  underpaid," said Thompson.  "I do," said Wood.  Wood showed council members the 1974  and 1978 tax roll arid pointed out the different thicknesses df the binders. .He said  as the assessments increase his office  duties increase:  MacDonald, however, said he could not  ., crease.  > ���   ��  I'm looking for more than that," Wood  r told council, members. "I feel I was  I1 shortchanged last year.  l'     Wood said his 1978 salary increase was  MacDonald had been told that he could  not serve on the  finance  committee  be part of it (the proposed dental plan),"  Aid. Morgan Thompson argued that  Wood had been at the meeting when  .salaries were first discussed and did not at ? $3Qda7earlessihan whaLhe wanted and  that time express any dissatisfaction with  the proposal.  "Primarily because I'd not been invited to talk," said Wood,��� *  Wood told the Times that after that  meeting he had been asked to draw up a  �� that a 7%, a half per cent raise this year  \ might .have seemed fair had he got that  raise.  ^^-"Butnffhalrif-a-guy-is-underpaid?''"  \ asked Wood.'  "Obviously council doesn't feel you're  '"see any connection'rbetween increased  assessments and increased workload. t,  "Its like compafihg apples and  oranges," he said.  Wood told cpuncil members that the  mills required to generate the, salary increase he wants this year__($U450__per_  month) is less than it has been in eight  years. ,,  "I'm actually costing the taxpayers of  -Sechelt less than ifsxostthe taxpayererof-  Sechelt over the past eight years," said  Wood. "Surely if this isn't fair what is?"  "I don't see any connection," said  MacDonaUt, **  Wood was ruled out of order when later  in the. meeting council approved the  , renewal of the garbage collection contract  with Sunshine Coast Waste Disposal at  $805 per month.  ������Wood^Baidthe-increase-is42.fi-per-cent-  dver last .year's $715 monthly rate, based  on a 6 per cent inflation allowance and a  , 6.6 per cent increase^ in assessments.  ~ The clerk complained that the council  had used the same argument against him  but were not using it to justify an increase  for the collection service.  "This council figures that garbage  collection is more important than its  ^adrnMstration;'*-he-said~before being-  ruled out of order by Mayor1 Harold  Nelson.  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Fori Mellon. Hopkins Landing   Grartthams Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Selma Rark   Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay   Secret Cove, Pender Hrb, Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvine s Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  18 Pages ���20c Copy  .LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No. 6  21  Arena to get financial  cna      Wednesday, January 10,1979  The first steps have been taken to solve \ Coast Regional District, Loewen said the  the Sunshine ���oast Arena's financial \ alternatives to distributing the debt  difficulties but arena committee president ; among Sechelt and Areas B and C were  Brian Loewen is,not optimistic. , "none that we haven't thought of or tried  After an informal meeting last Thur- ; before."       ,.  sday_of, representatives, f rom the__com-_: _The Villagdof Sechelt-would-like the-  mittee,, Village of Sechelt and Sunshine   SCRD to assist iin handling the debt of  ���   ;, approximately $30,000* (as of Dec. 31,  ..:./r/l?M), but Area B director Ed Nicholson  -   said before the board can make any  "immediately", of which $6,500 is insurance costs.  He said he recommended the committee apply for a loan against its  equipment,   which  is   worth   many  thousands of dollars."  Sechelt Mayor Harold Nelson said he  thought it was a positive meeting and if  $10,000 could be raised, he was sure the  arena could pay its way this season.  THAT^S ftOT a drastic drop hi gas   station is the first gas station.on the  prices at 23 cents, but another change   peninsula to sell its gas in litres,  over'td;^ metric. The Sechelt_ Gulf _        _     _____  **'?.-  '<-'j�� -  expenditure curb  The Sunshine Coast Regional District  held itself to a $16,882 increase in total  expenditure in its 1979 provisional budget  adopted December 21.  The provisional budget estimates an  increase in expenditure's to $1,450,136, less  than half of one per centlmore than the  .total expenditure in the 1978 fiscal year of  $1;443,254.  Though the provisional budget shows  the .district, is attempting to curb expenditures the amount of revenue to be  acquired through taxation is estimated to  increase 6.3 per cent to $495,906 from  $466,506 in the last fiscal year.  However; the provisional budget is only  a guideline to determine the final budget  which must be adopted by March 31,1979.  SCRD Finance Committee Chairman  Charles Lee said the less than one half per  cent increase Is misleading and that the  "actual administration and ancillary  budgets are up 6.3 per cent."  "This takes no account of matters still  outstanding such as the garbage disposal  problem, the use of. monies unused for  recreational programs, joint-use of  schools, directors' remunerations and, of  course, the currently-shelved recreational  referendum," he fwid.  "To add to the/error, the water supply  and distribution Was added to the budget."  . "This utlUty? is, of course, self-  supportihg and despite the loss of $27,600  on U.S. funds repayment of our loan, has a  very healthy balance with a drop in expenditure of $8,130.  "The only monetary connection the  utility has with the regional budget is in  administration charges levied by the  board of $20,000.  Lee praised the regional district staff  who, he said, "Exercised admirable  restraint in their salary requests."  A number of functions will "bear  financial pruning" to off-set the Impact of  other tax increases based on the hospital  additions and school levies, Lee said.  Larger ferry  Concern over a lack qf overheight-  vehicle space on a replacement ferry for  the Saltery Bay-Earls Cove run has  resulted in a change to a larger vessel.  The Powell River Queen leaves the run  Monday  for the  dockyards,  where  ' she will be "stretched" to increase, her  capacity from 50 to 70, cars. But insteadol  being' replaced by 1he smaUer\Baw.eh     _  _ _        _    Tlfeervas^planned,shewlUbereplaced^-. 7& reVendwrTfor money unttYthey have  <\f largef-Howe^SoundQueen  -   .^%__&i ste^-analyzespecificallyW  the PR Queen had been specially  modified to carry more commercial  (overheight) traffic than her sister ship  the Bowen Queen, said B.C. Ferries traffic  manager Bill Bouchard, and there were  fears than many more vehicles would be  left behind on scheduled runs during the  three-month refirp^HodrMacke1_zie"MLAT  Don Lockstead has been urging that the  larger ferry be used instead.  The Howe Sound Queen has a capacity  for 70 vehicles and will be able to handle  the overheight traffic, Said Mr. Bouchard,  but there is no food service aboard the  replacement ship.  decision, more information is needed astb,  \ who the arena serves land why there is a  debt. :\   -'-'"-     '  I    Nicholson and Area ��� Director Charles  Lee agreed at the meeting to recommend  ��� the regional board grant funds for an  . analysis of the arena's financial situation  ���by ah' outside individual or management  group. <"*  "My personal opinion," Nicholson said.  j*is that it's not wise to present the issue in  there is a problem and have demonstrated  to the public the arena committee has  taken positive steps to help itself."  Nicholson said forming a committee of  concerned citizens was suggested at the'  meeting to "generate new ideas" and  jiinject _iewJife_mtoJumddraising.__  Sechelt resident protests  board off ice move  "The present arena committee has just,  about exhausted itsetf trying to support  the whole show," he said.  "There really is a need for new blood."  Lee said the arena has to raise $10,000  While Gibsons council and merchants  "in that village have condemned a plan to  move school board offices to Sechelt, a  protest was launched from another  quarter last week.  At a Sechelt council meeting January 3,  longtime Sechelt resident Billi'e Steele  criticized the proposed move of a six-  (tessfogm wrtabje l^ thefw^tatelech  "Secondary School grounds to serve as %,  "permanent board office." ' ��� - ��� *  Steele said if the move goes ahead, the  school board will have done a "pretty  horrible thing in the way of .creating instant slums."  "Those portables have no more right to  J��_per___Went__struc_tures than- does- a-  traUer,"^ she told council^nembers.  ., She said the buildings, which would  apparently have to be situated on the  school's present parking lot, could lead to  serious parking problems.  She was also concerned about the  sewage that would be created by the  facility and the extra load it would put on  the septic tank at the elementary school.  Aid. Morgan Thompson, although  agreeing that Steele had a "legitimate  concern", said the^ school board should be  commended for <a$6mpting to centralize  its:bosljfes^^ijC��*^ -' ��� '��� ���  town* said Steele.*  The school board made the decision to  movfrthe six-classroom portable presently  at the Pender Harbour High School site to  Chatelech at a special meeting December  5.  ��--'*���'* ~~*~  \Q become another shack  Since that time the Gibsons Chamber of  Commerce has lodged a formal protest  against the decision and Gibsons Mayor  Lome Blain has called the" move one that  f'defies logic."  cheaper "no name" brand products  recently introduced in Shop Easy in  Sechelt and Super Valu In Gibsons.  Sechelt'.RedandWWteflndGlbaona'  jESlphinstone Coop are planning to  introduce them soon.  1  THJB VOUNGSTEit la t^te^ostlng  claims that generic brand products  are of equal quality to brand name  products. ���'���'"'" ;' "��� **"���':'"*���   NO FANCY LABELS or packaging   name'' brand products for less than  Gibson? reports a good demand for  enable stores to sell  generic  no brand name products. Super Valu in  the products.  s_/  1 .;  %  <*  PageA-2  ThePeninsulaTimes  Wednesday, January 1071079  What you pay for  It's hard enough asking'your boss   Wood was forced to do his bidding in  for a raise, buy when your boss is   public.  jr Sechelt ViUage-Gouncil and-you-have As-a result he was-iU-prepared^nd  to do the asking with an audience of 20 . nervous, he fumbled with papers and   people, the task seems monumental,   perhaps  became  a little  bit too  And unfair.- ."       r :. emotionallor �� credible presentationT  The press likes to get on the local       "[hose attending the meeting were  ,    - government back when unnecessary   embarrasses .for Wood and for  in camera meetings are held and with   ^uncuV^  "*-    good cause���the public has a right to  know what its elected officials are  doing; ~~~~ r    "  However, there are two 'areas  where it is generally accepted by the  press and the public that the dealings  can be done in private as long as final  result is publicized. And those are -  real estate and personnelrRealestate-  for the obvious reasons and personnel  for the reasons illustrated" aflastT  week's Sechelt council meeting.  Tom Wood wants a raise because,  as many of us, he feels he is overworked and underpaid.  But while we can bolster our  strength, prepare our arguments and  then present our views in private,  READER'S RIGHT  We are particularly embarrrassed  for., the mayor,  who  once  again  showed'totnrRf jnatter~Kow ~well  meaning, he  is ineffectual as a_  chairman. "  ���Maybe a-course-irrbasic-meeting-  etiquette would be in order, but it  seems that common sense would have,  done in this, case. A simple "We'll'  discuss it in committee on such and  sucha date,-Tom.'- -~  Wood will have his/chance,  although the meeting took a little  wind out of his sails.'   ���-  In the meantime, we hope council  reflects on Morgan Thompsons'  remark that Wood is "obviously" not-  underpaid.  You only get what you pay for.  Anti-trident  protesters  _______  found guilty  __��� -SEATTLE rr-.The trial-of anti-Trident  protesters in Seattle is over, but a  spokesman for Live Without Trident says  demonstrations against the weapons  system will conttnuer  Mary Van Bronkhorst says the  protesters got the forum they were looking  for in the trial before U.S. District Judge  Donald Voorhees, which ended in guilty  verdicts for all 176 last week.  She says the group will meet in the next  couple of weeks to discuss future plans.  The protesters were charged with reentering the Trident nuclear submarine  base at Bangor ort Hood Canal inaMay-  23rd demonstration. The defendants had  been warned in letters from the U.S. Navy  not to trepass again^ after they had  ""already- c_8_mfaer^^ver~bas^eTicW^lr  May 22.  Voorhees said he would not accept the  protesters' defence that their actions were  justifiable because they were trying to  prevent the greater evil of nuclear war.  ���^nteneing-is-set-for-Jan. -26r-Tne-  "/ say, Roger.:. do we look to the new year in trepidation, or as a challenge to the  _enduring-SpirJtMtman,-Qr_simply^let-the^universe- unfold-however the-hell it likes?��� -  protesters face up to six months in jail and  fines of $500 each.  Originally,   181   protesters   were  f  charged, but five were acquitted last week  because of insufficient evidence.  Small talk  No Virginia, there isn't  By Ned Schvyartz  Society expanded  territories in 78  Well, I was as surprised as you're going  to be when I heard that Santa Claus is  considering withdrawing recognition of  British Columbia.  A real shocker that one is. Can you  imagine? Christmas 1979 rolls around and  no visit from Santa? ���  "EditorrTheTimejrr  The Arthritis Society is again very  much indebted to your paper and its  helpful staff for their continuing  assistance in bringing about a.greater  awareness in your community of, our  treatment, research and education  programs.  During 1978, the society has expanded  its territories to reach more arthritis  patients, added a new mobile occupational  therapy van, initiated new, drug studies,  and increased our campaign.,totals by 25  per cent. A new book "You Asked About  Rheumatoid Arthritis," edited by our  medical director also became available.  We were again studied by a task force  which is using our provincial program as a  prototype   for   a   similar   one   being  developed in the United States.  ���^My^urpose4ff^riting_:is-to^ say that  Good press for  student forum  Editor, The Times:  We the members of Elphinstone  Student Research Productions would like  to extend our thanks to the members of the  Peninsula Times for their excellent press  coverage of our waste management  forum.  A great part of our success on  December 3,1979 is due to the help of the  local newspapers. Without your help our  job of informing the public would have  been made extremely difficult and maybe  impossible.  Thanks a lot.  Bill Hume  Kim Anderson  Steve Ripper  MikeDuteau  ESRP  A little money  and a great time  Editor, The Times:  The Sechelt Minor Hockey Association  would like to thank the following people for  their assistance In making their dance  possible: Casey & Ebach Logging, Legion  Branch 140, Casey's Country Gardens,  It's easier to believe in running out of  oil. Or in Gibsons actually building that  marina���instead of just shuffling it around  the harbour on paper.  Marcel says that's not true/ He says it used  to be that way but with transportation  costs these days and all, it's become a lot,  cheaper to run regional plants, and that's  what's happening in Prince Rupert.  The reason nobody knew about this,  Marcel says, is that Claus has been  keeping the thing pretty hush-hush for tax  reasons.  "Anyway, somehow the  government  found out. Bennett was furious. He also felt  stoppage by the elves in recent history,  Marcel said.  "We're working on Claus to go the  derecognition route," he said, "but it's  touch and go at this point.  "The problem is the old boy is just too  jolly. Jt makes for bad politics. Claus says  derecognition is playing right into Bennett's hands. He says we5 should just accept the amendment and keep on working  until the government changes."  Marcel says some of the elves agree  with Santa, but most of them, including  himself,, aren't about to sit by quietly.  "This give-give-give thing is okay for  -ClausalguessrbutPve gotarfamilytofeed"  and a few principles left. I'm- one of the  original organizers of the Elves Union, and  I know you don't get ahead by going back-  Crippled tanker  spews oil  LISBON ��� An oil slick 64 kilometres  long and at least five kilometres wide is  threatening fishing grounds and beaches  around the Spanish port city of La Coruna.  Fishermen from the small port of Sada, 16  kilometres north cf La Coruna, said on  Friday that "strong westerly gales were  pushing the slick from the holed Greek  supertanker "Andros Patria" toward the  liorthwestern coasT  The fishermen said five boats would  sail from the port with detergent to try to  sink the oil. Other boats and Spanish navy  your paper and your community through       But it's true and inside observers^jike^e.'was-backed  into' a   corner   w%dg ff^stt^ detergent over the si  *"*������  lick  their support are helping.to make ajreat __ ___.eady_are referring _to thisJncipient��� politically.   him-one.  deal possible for the arthritis patient in  B.C. and for our society. We extend our  sincere thanks and warm wishes for the  New Yerff.,  R.J. Smith,  - Executive Director  Hospital  auxiliary says  thank vou  Editor, The Times:  , On behalf of our auxiliary I wish to  extend our greetings for the coming year.  We thank you forthe xiOHoperationryou-  have given us and look forward to another  year of happy association.-  Wishing you and all your staff a happy  and prosperous year.  Madeline Grose  Roberts Creek Auxiliary to  St. Mary's Hospital  scandal as Bill Bennett's Santagate.  As best I understand, it's all wrapped  up in this Section 11 stuff they've been  talking about on the news.  Now being less than tall,- a lot of this  high-level political maneuvering goes  right over my head. But here's what  people tell me.  You remember when the ferry workers  went on strike the government passed  what they called essential services  legislation. This meant the ferries were  too important to let the people who work on  them shut them down, so the government  toote-away their right to strike.  Then there was a teachers' strike a  little while ago and the government said,  well, education is also important so we're  o  licit  Editor, The Times: ,:.  The Sunshine Choristers wish to say a  great big thank, you for your fine cooperation in making the all denomination  Christmas carol services such a fine  success.  And an especial tip o' the hat to your  columnist Peggy, Connor.  Walter James, Secretary  Sunshine Choristers  going to take away the teachers'  strike, too  And as an afterthougt they decided that  almost everybody else who works for the  government is, also doing essential work  (which is quite an assumption), so they  wrote them Into this Section 11 thing along  with the teachers  Well, as you can imagine, a lot of labour  types got pretty spinny about this. But the  labour minister told them not to worry  because including all these other jobs was  just an idea, and that part wouldn't be  pushed through until everybody had a  chance to jaw it around. Then���wham!���it  was given official proclamation, and that's  why Santa might not come this year.  The way I heard it was from .Marcel  Lepetit, an elf who lives in Duncan but  does lathe work for Santa on a subcontract  deal six months a year in Prince Rupert,  Most people think all of Santa's toy  making goes on at the North Pole, but  You see, some of the retail chains had  already been after him to clamp down on  Claus. They had brought in figures  showing'that some 12 percent of their  potential Christmas toy sales volume is  being siphoned off by Claus' policy of free  gifts for all good children.  . Now Bennett found out that Claus was  adding insult to injury by manufacturing  the stuff right her in B.C.  Secret cabinet meetings producid  suggestions ranging from slapping a fax'  suit on the jolly old elf to assuming control  of the concern as a crown corporation.  The latter was rejected because the  business sector obviously would never  stand for the province undertaking a  project that business was opposed to even  "You don't get what's essential by  giving up what's necessary," Marcel said.  .. .Ned Schwartz, a pumpkin fanner, is  AY* inches tall and lives in Roberts Creek.  Russians die  in Antarctica  ^WJILUNGTON, New Zealand ��� Three  Russians were killed when aSoviet plane  crashed in Antarctica. The United States  Antarctic headquarters in .Christchurch,  New Zealand, says the Soviet Dyushin with  14 people on board crashed in bad weather  near a Soviet base.  ight-to^-as^aHprivate^ntetprise..  IVeluiesaay.  The fishermen say the slick is certain to  harm their livelihood because the  detergent mixes with the oil to form balls  and sink to the ocean floor. The balls are  eaten by fish, which are then unsuitable  for human consumption.  " "The "Andros Patria" is* being towed  toward Lisbon, leaving behind in the sea  an estimated five to ten thousand tons of  oil.      ,  It ��� is expected the remaining 150  thousand tons ��f oil on, board the tanker  will be pumped'off and a tear in the hull  will be repaired.  Layoff delayed  CLEVELAND���A judge postoonedthe.  SIDE GLANCES  ict  by George Campbell  It is time again for my annual New province of Quebec.  Year's column, the one" where I predict 4. The ads on television will become  what will happen during the coming year, even more distasteful, and in the case of  This will lie the ..fourth consecutive year some breakfast foods, so will the product  Standard Brands, Homestead Restaurant w tMtlJiave^ predicted what will liappen they are advertising.  MnMffiie?s1S(^                                   'during 'therMx��T��1^u^iln_lMTarl'' ^TTi^i^\&'��mS^^\MilK^  the Connection Band.  Due to power failures, trees on tho  roads and Inclement weather the dance  was not as well attended as it could have  been, but nevertheless we raised a littlo  money and had a great tune.  Sechelt Minor Hockey Association  The PmmsuhA^j4me6>  Published Wednesdays nt Sechcll  ���   on H.C.'s Sunshine Const  by    -  The Penlnsiiln Times  lor Wosiprw Publications Ltd.  "������ '""��� ' nr .SechoH, B.C. -"-'���' ,-   .    Box 310 ��� Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  l��honc8H5..12.1l  _,_OJTlg<HHiur^  ,    io5p.ni. fues.-sYt.  .Subscription Hntes: (In advance)  Locul, $7,per year. Beyond 35 miles, $8  U.S.A., $10. Overseas $lf.  f  and so far I  have batted 1,000; hot one thing I have  predicted has come true I  It would be a shame to break a record  like that, Besides, I have had a lot of  requests regarding my New Year's  column, but in spite of the requests I have  decided to go ahead and do it anyway.  Her�� goes:  young Canadian will accidentally discover  that the essence of Douglas fir, if inhaled,  will produce a euphoria equivalent to, or  better-than, two quick belts of Scotch.  Thousands of people will bo seen walking  the streets of Canada with a fir cone  stuffed up their nose.  6. For the first time in 10 yea rathe price  1. During June, July and August of 1070 ��.of beef will drop dramatically.  wo will have what Is known as "Tourist  Weather". This Is where the locals say to  tho tourists (take your pick), (a) "Actually, It usually doesn't rain this much  around here." (b) "This Ls the most  unusual summer wo have ever had." (c)  "You should have been here last year."  2. During 1070 scientists will discover a  way to cross-breed elephants with cattle,  to create a steer that will carry five times  more beef and will have an appendage  hanging from its face from which can be  "Icke  7. The previous statement Is a bald-  faced lie, but it sounded so good I wanted  to see what it looked like In print.  8. Somewhere, someone during 1070  will predict the end of the world within six  months, That same day, the person who  made the prediction will go out and buy a  product that, carries a five-year guarantee, and will carefully fill out and mall the  warranty card. ���; '    '  9. In B.C. the biggest news of thXyear  will be the unexpected strike that Uerup  by-product of this cross-breeding will be a  one-ton cow that gives milk tor peanuts.  3. Before the end of 1070 Reno Lovesque  will stop smoking. The funeral will be one,  of the moat lavish ever seen in the  10. And Mickey Mouse will celebrate  A happy New Year to everyone, and  especially to popple whoso birthdays fall  between Monday and Sunday, Inclusive.  The tax action was discarded only after  a covert investigation indicated that Claus  had no .discernible means of income and  expenses running to several hundred  million dollars annually in B.C. alone.  Considering this situation, analysts  concluded that Claus would be hard  pressed, to satisfy a demand for tax  payment.  Political advisors warned Bennett that  proceeding with a tax action on Claus  could produce some unsavory publicity  just before election time. They conjured  up such potential headlines as: Santa says  B.C. taxes forcing him out.  Bennett felt trapped.  Then one minister���some reports  credit Vander Zalm���came up with the,  idea of including the elves under the  essential services legislation.  Obviously it wasn't a complete solution.  It was argued, however, that the action  might provoke the elves into some sort of  response which would undermine the  Clause operation.  And that's exactly what has happened.  The elves, Marcel soys, are strongly  considering a work stoppage Just to show  the government that they, won't be pushed  around.  The elves are fighting from a bad  position, however, and Marcel is worried.  He figures it like this: if the elves stop  work, Bennett won't be able to find a  qualified elf, dwarf or gnome In the  province willing to scab. Not that he'd look  very hard. Instead, he will gladly turn the'  operation over to existing private ln-  dustryy1 and when the gifts from Santa  arrive this'year; they'U come with a'little  note saying that because of an illegal work  stoppage by the elves, the.goyernment--in  order to keep the Christmas spirit bountiful���has had to assume responsibility for  the gift giving at a deficit of some $540  million. ��-  "So there you are," said Marcel. "The  toy manufacturers and retaUera are happy  because they get that extra 12 percent.  Bennett gets the. credit for saving  Christmas. And ma get blamed for an  Increase in taxesr     r  "It's good politics' but bad government," Marcel said.  Ho says extending tho Essential Services Act to cover the -dives Union Is  government's continuing attack on  organized labour."  There has been no prolonged labour  dispute, between Santa and the elves in a  couple of centuries, he said.  Hilton  LOS ANGELES ��� Conrad Hilton died  of pneumonia on Thursday at a hospital in  Los Angeles. He was 01.  Hilton began his career as an innkeeper  in 1010, when he bought the only hotel In a  Texas boom town. His acquisition of  operating control of the Waldorf-Astoria in  New York in 1040 make Hilton the leading  hotel-keeper in the United States.  His worth was estimated at $300  million.  scheduled layoffs of 400 city employees on  Thursday, giving Cleveland city council at  least four more days to come up with the.  money to save the jobs. Judge Richard  Markus issued a temporary restraining  order against the city to block the layoffs  until this week. The attempt to block the  layoffs was brought by two police unions  and an organization of municipal employees.  Cleveland Mayor Dennis Kucinich  ordered the layoffs when council failed to  act on plans to lift the city out of default or  provide for its short-term financial needs.'  INFO/HEALTH  Anemia  by Dr. Bob Young  Patent-medicine hucksters have made  a household word of anemia, The concept  of weak, tired, or deficient blood is,  repeatedly stressed in the press and on  television. Even the medical journals  doctors receive continually remind us in  their advertising of the* need to keep our  patients' blood in shape.  And they are right. If the patient Is to  retain optimum health It Is necessary to  combat anemia whenver It is found to  exist. , ;,���, ���,.,��� ' .,���   The vast majority of over-the-counter  Christian Science  "For the good that I would I do not: but  the evil which I would not, that I do."  (Rom 17 10).  For the law of the Spirit of bfeln Christ  Joaua hath made me free from the law of  sin and death." (Rom 8,2)  So said Paul, and Mary Baker Eddy  writes, "Be of good cheer; -the warfare  with one's self Is grand; It gives one plenty  of employment, and the divine Principle  worketh with you,-and obedience crowns  persistent effort with everlasting fictory."  (Misc. writings Pg. llfl).    , ,���,.,,u:   Raffle winners  medicines for anemia are sold on the  presumption that the person using them  has an iron deficiency anemia. Most  anemias are due to iron deficienty and  some of these may respond, at least  temporarily, to iron replacement.  Before treating oneself for anemia by  picking up a bottle of iron pills at the  drugstore, a patient should have answers  to certain questions.  Ho or she should know whether they  actually have an anemia, and how severe  It Is. The typoof anemia must be known!  Pernlcous anemia, the anemia associated  with leukemias and other cancers, will not  be helped by iron, nor will may of the  myrald of other known types of anemia.  It Is a fallacy to belilvo that an Iron  deficienty anemia is of no consequence  just because It is relatively common. The  usual cause of Iron deficiency in the adult  la blood loss. It is rarely due to Inadequate  dietary Iron, except in pregnancy ana" at  tho extremes of ago.  The proper treatment of an iron  deficiency anemia should start with a  search for a bleeding site. While chronic  blood loss is usually due to problems in tho  intcnstlnal tract or menstrual difficulties,  there lire many other possibilities.  Diagnosis of specific anemias can be  very' difficult, and Is frequently made  more so by injudicious use of iron.  issie about 20 years ago-a short  iiikV^WWfflSfiNRy IvMlhelilndelF  who said that giving Rudolph the position  of all-weather sled lead was a violation of  tho seniority agreement���is the only work  There ls no "simple" anemia. If you  2!��26_^  TltWlWSrafSTOTx^rwWwirWelffiri1  prtee of a TVr Joan Rowtenrji, iecond,  winning a Texas mickey and BUI  Grlaenwaite, who won the third prize of a  surprise package.  he or she confirms your suspicions,  correct treatinbhflor your case can bo  provided. If you are not anemic but feel  unwell, your doctor is the host person to  determine your Illness.  I _.t!���  -~f.  r  -3. _'..��-.  . *>  The Peninsula Times Page A-3  Wednesday, January 10,1979  . The following is the second part of the    with Official Community Plans or Official  Sunshine Coast Regional District's Official    Settlement Plans for the, area. New  -Regional Plan. The Times will print the    developments are not to.conflict with other  plan in a three-part series, but copies'are  ~ available at the regional district office in  Sechelt free of charge. -' <  ^  POLICIES  The following policies are designed to  assist in achieving the goals of the  land use, create water supply difficulties,  cause uncontrolled drainage and subsurface run-off or detract from the visual  environment.,  \ The designation or development of  potential settlement, areas shall not im-  Regional Plan. Future development of " ��**.'�� _��mP^te wtth:&e inm!ing *  more detailed Settiement and Community    established areas.  -     -        .  WrThedeslgnatton^flotBize^wjhdenslty  of development  is  to;   reinforce the  ^lanTwiU^eneompatiblfJwith these "stated-  policies.  1. Provision of residential opportunity and  variety..  1.1. Residential development Is. to be  clustered into homogeneous units.  _ __ ?^yy3>rawl of residential housing 4|pes  into rural areaswillb^diswuragedrsuch  a pattern weakens the sense of community  and identification of distinctive residential  areas. Where housing isof a high density,  "clustering Tulsl^ fii~lerms "oT"  efficiency for servicing and in terms of  identification of the, community. Aside  from obvious servicing needs for water,  sewer, etc., are the recreation and transportation needa which can be Teinforced  by^eyclustering:- ;        "   :  There are large areas available for  infilling within the Regional District which  will reinforce the  strength  of* _dense_  residential areas while maurtalning other ~  areas of large lot size and more rural  - character.   1.2. Servicing requirements will be related  to the density of development permitted in  the area.  Rural areas of large sized lots do not  need the type of controls or servicing that  densely settled residential areas require.  The rural areas should not be required to  accept servicing in order to pay for servicing beyond their area.  Where, water or sewer lines pass from  ' one settlement area through a rural area  to another settlement area, the cost of  travelling through that rural area should  be borne by the users of the system.  1.3. Potential new residential areas are to  ~be Identified in relation to existing or  established areas but designation to such  status will depend on adequate Infilling of  existing areas.   -The-designation of new  settlement  j- areas- may���not���depend-^pon~existing-  services but density shall be in accordance  Service nodes are important to the  economy of an area and to the at-  tractiveness of.the area as_a_place to(live.._  Jtls necessary to supportiheJe^lopmenU  of services in a manner that will be usable  and economic. Concentrating commercial  activities allows the development of one  type of business to add to the general at-  tractivity of an area as a place to shop,  resulting in a wider variety of goods and  services than a dispersed pattern would  allow;  Fish bearulg^su^eams , or-valuable tne Agncuiniral t Land7^teseTve wilTbe  feeding marshes should be protected from protectedfrom alienation or misuse. Any  over use or pollution. Special studies tend identified under; the Land Com-  shouid be carried but "to lissess the misslbn Act'as being capable of Class 1 to  resources of the individual area, provide a  variety of opportunities, be sensitive, to  environmental restraints and will reinforce the settlement pattern as described.  .  As the lot size decreases .and the  possibility of offending ones' neighbours  * increases, the permitted uses on property  need to be more restricted. The rural  . character_ofallbutthe-urban areas makes . _ _ ���The__sp_rawl  The three major centers on the Sunshine Coast should continue to be the  concentration points for general commercial activity,-Centralized shopping .  cumulative effects of septic systems inr  any area that drains Into a fish-rearing  area;      .    -    ,  3.2. Agricultural land is to be preserved for  . future production.  There is less than 1 per cent of the land  in the District classified' suitable for  ^gricultural-prbductioni-These-areas-in-  ^Class 4 or Class 5 improyabie to Class 4,  should be retained in the Land Reserve.  Zoning will support the intent of the  Land Commission, Act. Methods to  enhance the marketability of agricultural  products on the Sunshine Coast are to be  actively pursued. *'-*        -      -  ���- ; -=SeePage-Ar6���  RECORDS  & TAPES  Save time and money ordering the records and tapes you want. Pop, country, folk, specialty - current hits and  golden oldies. Special discounts all  labels,, satisfaction and safe delivery  positively guaranteed. Send 25c mail-.  ing for rush copy latest catalog.  Supersound, Box 5227-SY Vancouver  B;erV6B-4B3;            areas are more accessbile to residents and  will allow the development in the future of  public transportation systems.^.  2.3. Ribbon development along the high-  1 way should not be allowed.  of commercial and in-  yourdeeon  the keeping of animals for family use only  acceptable. Necessary setbacks- for  chicken pens and manure piles will be  designed^ to minimize any neighbour  conflicts.  Iri'all but afewareas the.ayeraging-Z:  principle for lot sizes is desirable. The  individual developer then can have the.  freedom to design a subdivision to best suit  the physical -constraints of an area and  provide a broader range of options, while  maintaining the overall density.   2. ENCOURAGEMENT OF ECONOMIC  GROWTH  2.1. Areas sufficient to satisfy the future  needs for industrial and commercial land  will be identified in the plan.  To minimize resistance to industrial  and commercial development, these areas  should be located separately from  residential areas and Green Belt buffers  should be provided. Industrial areas will  be located near the proposed Major Highway route. Recognizing one of the major  difficulties in development for the Sunshine Coast is transportation and shipment  of goods, special provision should be made  -to_encourage-thB^nsoUd^tion^f-access^m,"*IU,s'  and storage. For example, by having one resldente  major barge loading facility, greater  dusfrial areas along the highways is not  attractive -to���residents of -the area,  weakens the whole,transportation system  and disperses the service businesses.  Parking areas and driveways along the  -highway create a hazard and slow the  traffic flow., ',  2.4. Corner grocery stores should be  provided in residential areas.   Corner storesserve as alocalfocusand,  convenient  service  area   for   local  residents. This type of store found in such  areas-db^hotTonslltu^^  the central commercial areas..  2.5. Areas specifically for the development  of recreational cottages and-or commercial cottage activities are to be  designated.  It is recognized that the use of travel  trailers as residences is- not desirable  within residential areas but appropriate  areas could be designated for strictly  recreational or temporary use. The region  is a recreation resource for the Lower  Mainland. Such development can help the  economic base and if special areas are  identified can be done in a way that  minimizes���the_disr uption- Xo���local  capital investment would allow a more  efficient service.  2727 General commercial areas are to.be  concentrated in existing centers.  ��� ��  +  Tho  HERON CAFE  Gibsons Harbor     >  3 ax/&�� u.  HOURS: Nlon. to Fri., 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Sat. & Sun., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  *  ���  -BRIDGE NITESL'M  COMMENCE  WED., JAN. 10th  7:30 P.M.  4   * ����� '*  ��� ��� A  *  ���  .  :   +  r  *�����  EVERYONE  NEEDS TREES  ssssHsssl-sssssiss_sssV       ���       ������     JHsm    sssssssssssssV Wk  ���  TO LEARN  TREES... A GROWING CONCERN  ,������... .,,��� J*,������,.���,,..-. ���,������������,,  CANADIAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION  AND YOUR PROVINCIAL FORESTRY ASSOCIATION  2.6. The development of small businesses  will be encouraged by allowing such land  use in as many areas as, possible.  The purpose of restricting uses made of  a parcel of landis to protect the quiet  enjoyment of the surrounding parcels by  their residents. Providing the residential  character of an area is not changed, small  businesses involving only the resident and  contained inside a residence can be accommodated. When the operation is large  enough to dramatically increase traffic  flow or require external buildings, then it  is changing the character of a residential  area and, should move to a commercial  a$ea.'    '' '''   -   .' ' < "u  fl" Likewise',   or   large"' lots " where  businesses can be fully screened and set  back enough to control sound pollution, a  larger operation can be allowed. These  will be restricted by number of employees  to allow small local business only. If expansion is needed, then the business will  have to move to ^ an approplately _zoned  area.  3.  OF    THE  the Si  PROTECTION  VIRONMENT  3.1. The resource base of  Coast is to be protected.  Removal of trees from private  should utilize harvesting methods  proved by the B.C. Forest Service,  Reforestation of any land, public or  private,-should commence immediately  following harvesting.  Over the years there have been  a lot of wood stoves that have tried  to put some pizzazz in your decor  as they tried to take the chill out.  Unfoftu��aTelyTall ffiaTornamen-  tal gadgetry and all those beautiful  embossed patterns don't heat your  home.  And most of the stoves they  came on just weren't very  efficient.   ���  They suffered from poor construction and  lack of proper  draft control.'  They were  made of cast -  iron that expanded greatly  when it got  hot.  And they*  smoked up -���  your home as  much "as they  heated it.  Sure, they  lis loo bad Bob Fisher hadn"! Kept many  invented his slove yet. famUieS WaiTO  inside when the temperature outside was di-di-dipping-below-fiF���-  fr-freezing.       .,������/.  But it was easy to see why gas,  electricand oil heating soon made  the wood stove" athing of the past.  History repeats itself.  For the better.  Today, more, and more people  are getting more and more practical about home heating. And more  cost conscious.  ^^ttmieitb^T^  Hundreds of thousands of  thrifty homeowners all across  North America are rediscovering how inexpensive it is to heat  their homes with wood, a"  resource that's in plentiful supply.  And many of those same   ,  homeowners are warming up4o  the benefits of heating with the  unique Fisher Stave*n   ��'��� ;-  What makes the Fisher Stove so  unique is that it's remarkably efficient, thanks to a number of pat-"  ented design features.  What makes a Fisher " "  better?  JF4rst^tYAv^dedi����n_heavy^  ing levels: the top level for normal  cooking and the bottom level for  slow simmering.  Third, a Fisher Stove has patented spin draft controls that let ,  you vary the amount of air that  reaches the flames-and thereby  control the amount of heat they  pufout.  ��� There's even an almost foolproof smoke chamber built into  ��� the two-level design that makes  sure smoke stays inside the stove  even when the door is wide open.-  Fisher: An idea whose  time has come.  We can show you a variety of  Fisher models, al I designed to  __sav_e_50% or more on your heating  bills. And v7ecairanswer-most   any question you've got about  heating with wood.  So whether you'd like to warm  a single room or your entire  house, come on in and see what  makes a Fisher a Fisher.  Of course, you won't be dazzled by a lot of fancy doodads and  chrome geegaws.  But then, you won't be paying  for them; either.;;  *' ' '        <1978FSir  J & C ELECTRONICS  RADIO SHACK  Authorized Sales Center  -Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.  885-2568  gauge pi ate. steel to make sure it's  virtually airtight. There are no  gaps in the seams to suck in air  and waste fuel.  Second, there's Fisher's two  step combustion chamber that ac  tually re-circulates wood gases  (that are normally lost) back into  the flames. The result is more heat  from the wood and fewer ashes,  Plus, you get two separate cook-  An idea Canada is warming up to.  r  DISCO DANCING LESSONS  Heaven knows, it's hard enough  to find a product that allows  you to feel completely  satisfied. Much less an  organization that is  really concerned about  the person. ^  That's what n ticket  on our train offers.  And why you should  come aboard.  Chatfinooga Productions  teaches disco dancing.  But don't expect a cold,  Impersonal programme. "We  want you to have a good time.  To feci comfortable in the class.  We want you to enjoy yourself.  ���%:  'OAiuZ  You don't have to be a good dancer, All you   .  need is a desire for a good time. And that's what  DISCO Is all about, It's having good times with people  That's why we tench line dances, the disco  jive, plus other dances, It brings people  together and THAT'S why Disco  Is the biggest activity in       ,,  North America.  A Disco Is for all qges. From the  teenager to the mature, So  you can join with your partner,  with a group or as a single   We'll balunce the classes;  ^SSSSSi^0^.  r-^flffl^ ^-I'l^iWAW^I^lSt^.l  T  A few words about the Chatanooga instructors.  They arc there to help you. We accept  nothing less. And neither should  you.   Many are dance contest  winners and all are graduates  of our training programme.  For your convenience,  the dance classes will  be held starting  Monday, Jan. 15th  and Tuesday, Jan. l(jth  from 7-8:30 p.m. and  8:30 to IQ^.OO p.m. inch  evening. Monday's classes  are at the Gibsons Elementary  Gym and Tuesdays at the  -Longdate Gym. The cost Is  $21.00 per person for 7 weeks  (10.5 hours) of Instruction. The class  size Is limited so please prc-reglstcr at  T.J. Sound Ltd, In the Gibsons Mall, phone  886-9111.  At lost. There Is going to be an opportunity  to Disco, The Parthenon will offer Disco  music on weekends. We'll also be  starting �� Club which, will hold  donees nt least once a month.  So, if you've been looking for  some good times why not come  aboard?  INTHE'lHBOT^ PoirA^llIoNSTKATIIOlN,  ��  ', ii  r fs,  PageA-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 10,1979  Pendet Harbour Nibbles...  iCIose caH tqr Cfrrck  By Queen Rat. .883-2308-IK:;.  So ParksVille ig getting fhe best God has  made- -\', "J ,v,    ,     ' ���    /    '  Because.no^g,^not nothing,.has made;  our Ray afraid  When old Ray is parplling mere's no time -  to split .       .���     '.'" ,     , r  So if you have a boatload of oysters your'e  - realljLiniML. -  On the afternoon of December 24  Lawrence (Chick) Page of Madeira Park  had a narrow escape from death when he  was limbi.ig a tree at Madeira Marina.  The. brarches . came in contact _with  electorical wires and the impact caused  him to fal .Tnahy feet fothe ground; He was"  rushed to St. Mary's Hospital and later  taken to lions Gate where he is recovering  from burns to his hands and a badly injured back. His wife Myrtle has been  visiting him steadily and said he Is coming  along fine.  FENDER HARBOUR SENIOR  CITIZEN'S ASSOCIATION _Jr 80  On December 18 the Pender Harbour  Seniorxiitizen's-i-ssociation_Br. 80 held  their Christmas Banquet and party.  During the evening after a bountiful  dinner they were royally entertained by  the combined talents of the Community  Chofrand the Community Band. The choir  was conducted by Les Fowler and ac-  -Band played 'Tor he's a :Jolly_ Good  Fellow" as he .thought he was' going to a  pre New Year's party. A large sterling  silver tray with the inscription, 1970 to  . 1979, Pender Harbour" on it was presented  to Ray and was" a gift from all the guests  wHbTattended; ;  Speeches of acknowledgement were  made by Gilbert Joe on behalf of the  Sechellrlndlan Band, Jim Cameron,  Fisheries Commission and UFAWU,  Jamie Stevens, Conservation Officer and  Al Davidson) sports fishermen. Doris  Triderwho" has"beetr working -tarthe~  Fisheries office for some time made a  large poster with a picture of a sports  . fisherman sitting in his-boat, many lines  companied by Florence wescesky.~The~  band under the baton of Bill Rayment  performed a large selection of lively airs  t��� ending with a saxaphone solo by young  Riccoh talento, whose very name  proclaims talent. There was a tremendous  round" of a^lauseT sfibwing~how "much"  local talent is appreciated.  Gladys Brown thanked Helen Robertson and her staff for their services and  made her final address to the membership  expressing her gratitude for all the cooperation she had been given during her  term of office. Evelyn Olson then  presented Mrs. Brown with.a "Past  President's Pin" and thanked her for all  her hard work on behalf of Br. 80.  Christmas gifts were exchanged and the  drawing for the Christmas raffle resulted  in Mel Likes being the winner of a bottle of  good sherry and Ted Temple being the   .winner of a large comfortable cushion.  out and Ray Kraft in his skin diver outfit  swimming below and counting the lines as  it was not af Canadian boat.  I was asked to read a poem dedicated to  Ray and concocted by many; many never-  to-be poets.. Here it is:  WhetryoiFheaT"1he"name-Yaw Yaw you  know right away  It couldn't be anyone but krafty Ray,  A modest man who will seldom boast  Guests attending the surprise party  were: Ted &Marie Dobrindt, Hugh & Alice  . Edward, Jim& Jenny Nelson; Bob & Helen  Cameron, Harvey & Mary Wright, Charlie  & Alma Ovens, Mr. & Mrs.' Jack Bathgate,  Bob & Marilyn Brooks, Jim & Scotty  Cameron, Warren & Lynn Zant, Peter &  Udora BranliamrFrank'&xaara-LeerAl &-  Vera Solomon, Bob & Irene Keen, Bill &  Muriel Cameron, Orville & Bernice  Lawson, Dick & Ruth Davies, Bill & Wilma  Thompson, Bob & Jean Prest, Phil &  Bobbie Brodeur, Tim & Charlotte. Young,  Rae & Lil MacDonald, Vera Grafton, Doris  EdwMdson, WillardNellsonr' Sonny &r  Hazel Reid, Ross & Cathy McQuitty, Don &  Caryl Cameron, Charlie & Doris Pride,  =^uss-^Margar^tJtoung^any_fcJune=  Will receive their  1978 PARTIAL INTEREST-REIMBURSEMENT  QnciertherAgricaltural Credit Act-  But known locally as Garlic King of theT  coast. '     r-  He catches fishermen with" their girdles  down.  From out of state or out of town,  He pinches them from near and far  Whether in a boat or in a car  He makes the Police Boat crew look like  dopes  He takes their picture pushing ropes  And when they know* that they can't win  Old Garlic Ray he pulls them in.  Krafty is'Krafty as can be  He makes his living by the sea  But his favourite job is by the most  Eating fish and Garlic Toast  Girls he looks at with a glare  As Joey gives him a disgusted stare  IN HOSPITAL (ST MARYS)  Mrs. Dot Donley, Mrs. Martha War-  nock and Mrs. Elsa Warden.  FAMILY FASHIONS  -  Winner of the "Centerpiece^ draw_ at  __F_amily���Fashions - was~Pat Luscom-  be.  FAREWELL AND GOOD LUCK  On Friday evening December 29 a  farewell party was held at the R.C. Legion  /Br. 112 Hall for Eisheries Officer Ray*  Kraft who  will  be  leaving soon  for  Parksville.  Ray was completely surprised when he  walked in the hall and theJHarbour Lites  But Krafty Ray doesnTt seenTto care  Bikini eyes and roving hands  Gives poor old Ray some swollen glands  But he cools his fever with'a beer    ���  And is surely glad the Legion's here  As his daughter beats him at pool and  darts  Fisheries Officer Is the best of bis Arts  He loves to catch the poachers, the over-  limiters too '  But after court the fishermen say "Ray,  we knew you had to"  Theres Kraft Marshmallows and Kraft  Marmalade  And Pender Harbour has only top grade  Leach, Dune & Joan Cameron, Jack &  Jean Paterson, Gordon' & June Binns,  Norm & Rosemary Farfoll, Eric & An:  nabel Antilla, Dutch & Lois Haddon, Mike  & Linda Reid, Gilbert & Yvonne Joe, Anne  Quinn, Gordon & Georgia Hall, Bert &  Isabel~Goldrup, -Colin & Shirley Vader,-  Bud & Vi Doherty, Al & Pat Davidson, Al  Christie, Lynn Gillard, Pat Collins, Mike  Shannahan, Grant Addingtonf, Brian  Brasnett and Barb Simpson. Ray and Joey  thanked everyone, they will never forget  the folks in the Harbour arid will be back to  visit. Thanks go to Bob & Jean Pest and  others for organizing the party.  NEW YEARS DANCE  A successful New Year's Dance and  Smorgasbord was held in the Legion Hall  December 31 and about 80 guests attended.  Music was by tapes, with Scottish dancing���being the favourite of the evening.  Les Fowler and Jim Woodward were the  emcees. Delicious Baron of beef and baked  salmon,were enjoyed by all who  celebrated bringing in the New Year.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  The Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112  Annual Burns Night will be held on  Date Pad  Jan. 10 ��� Drama Meeting, "Horizon Theatre Company" ��� for all those  Interested In arif aspect of live theatre, 8 pm In Roberts Creek Elerri  Library. Call 885-9248 or 885-5440 for Info. "��� i  Jan. 11 ���Fitness Testing, Blood Pressure Clinic, Displays & Aerobic  Dancing demonstrations by the Fitness & Recreation Service, 11 a.m,  until 4 p.m. In the Sunnycrest Mall/Gibsons. j'  Jan. 12������ Fitness Testing, Blood Pressure Clinic, Dlsplqys 8 Aerobic Dance  Demonstrations by the Fitness & Recreation Service. 11a.m. until 4:00  p.m. in Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt. ,  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S EVENTS.  ITS FREE. CALL 885-3231.  Saturday evermigTebTuary3 inthtrLegton~  Hall. Tickets'will be $10 per person and -  will be. available to members only. ��They  will be on sale January 12 at the bar and  there will be no ticket reservations.  Remember to come to the dart game on ~  Thursday evenings and also to Horsecollat  on Tuesday evenings.  SAD NEW YEAR FOR  ERNIE AND MAY WIDMAN  ' New Years Day was a nerve shattering  one for Ernie & May Widman when they  received the news that their grandchild  had passed away due to the effects, of the*  fire mat destroyed their son and daughter-  in-law's home New Year's Eve. Boyd and  April Bennett are former residents of  Madeira Park: Archie and Ruth Walker of  Davis Bay are also bereaved grandparents.  TED-BIT  Five trumpeter swans including 3 baby  ones have been seen in Sakinaw Lake,  Watch for the opening of the Riggers  -RoostRestaurantnext jweek JTom Druery_  from Vancouver intends to keep open long  "TTouraand will neetl7ourFul^or^"toTiulke~  this possible. i <  RECREATION AND FITNESS  The recreation and fitness program  will start in Pender Harbour this week and  the charge, is $8 for 10 weeks or $1 per  class. There will be no charge for students.  The following classes will be offered:  Advanced Dance, Mondays 4-6 p.m. in the  Pender Harbour High School mezzanine,  P.H. Theatre group Mondays 7:30 p,m.  P.H. Community Club (except 3rd Monday  each month), Advanced gymnastics,  Wednesdays, 7 p.m. PHH gym, Yoga,  Thursdays 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Evans.  Hermon home, Aerobic exercise, Thursdays 7:30 p.m. at Madeira Park  Elementary gym (starts January 18),  Aerobic Dance, Fridays 10 a.m. Pender  Harbour Community Hall (starts January  19), Back massage, January 26 (1 session  only) Call Evans Hermon for registration,  Mixed Adult Activities, Sundays 7:30 to 10  p.m. for information call Robie Peters,at  8834923 or Evans Hermon at 883-2745';  The service would like to: encourage  , young adults to come to Sunday evening  activities.  / -,  British Columbia Hydro  and Power Authority  PUBLIC NOTICE  ELECTRIC POWER WILL BE INTERRUPTED AS FOLLOWS  Monday-January 22f 1979 to Friday-January 26/1979  POWER OFF FROM 9100 a.m. to Ili30 a.m. and liOO p.m. to 3t00  p.m. approximately. ^  NOTE; Outag* Tlm<M could vary and pow��r may b* r����tor��d ���arlkr  than Ili30 a.m. arid 3>00 p.m.  ,    AREA AFFECTEDi From Highway 101 and Oardvn Bay Road to  Oyster Bay Road.  REASON: Upgrading of fh�� prctvnt Distribution System,  WEATHER PERMITTING  if they are eligible and apply not later than  APWL30,1979 _______ ;  Application forms are available at offices of the British Columbia"  Ministry of Agriculture,' Banks, Credit Unions, Farm Credit Corpora-  "Tioh~(KelbwnaXTedeTarB"usiriesTD^  Land Act (Vancouver). /  In prderto qualify, farm operators must submit their appHcatjon[forms  I  ..*��. w (f *ti��;-h* tjn _><���*>��< wf,��H  bearing a postmark not later than APRIL 30,1979 to:  British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture  Agricultural Credit Branch  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, British Columbia V8W 2Z7  -Applieations-^hould-^���--mailed-eaFly-to-ravoid-delay_^-in_4:eceiYing  benefits. The reimbursement level for 1978 is 9%.  Further enquiries should be directed to your local British Columbia  Ministry of Agriculture office or the Agricultural Credit Branch, Victoria  at 387-5121 (local 213 or 247).  Province of British Columbia  Ministry of Agriculture  Saving your specially colored  IGA Cash Register Tapes.   They can add up to Big Savings...  so shop and save the IGA way.  �� ��r. ^        Look for the Special Display in  YQl3fr_*^        your IGA store >  PORK SHOULDER BUTT boneless, gov't inspected lb $ 1.49  INSIDE ROUND STEAK boneless, Can. gr. A lb $2.49  OUTSIDE ROUND STEAK boneless,C.n.gr.A.   . Ib.$2.29  SUCED SIDE BACON Sunnymom lb $ 1.79  BOLOGNA CHUCKS iga   ib.98��  __ gROCERT ���   Cft0  CHICKEN N00DIE SOUPL��>4oz >\^W  DOG FOOD ����: .    2 - 69��  FltEEZE DRIED COFFEE S*^":! ch^!c* $5.99  ADDIC  ||||Ar   I'G-A. R��con��tltut��d #t|V  HrrLE. JUIvk 48 oi.  ,      IV  GRAPEFRUIT JUICE ^"n,w"",d 89*  SPAGHETTI SAUCE MIX ^'.^?^���..:...:..  2^69��  'dare biscuits :^......;.,.....;.:,���:;-..;.:.v;���....,.;.;.............;..^...79*  VEGETABLE OIL 32 ox!'. i..               1-Z9  PEANUT BUTTER ^    ...rl.Oo  LIQUID BLEACH mt  99��  IP fH       _  R.C. MACARONI 2 kg  *._!������'  , LONG SPAGHETTI 2 kg  A gi-A-  r:'FlntlDW;'��r..'..'.'   "...79  LAUNDRY DETERGENT l"L J1.99  HOT CHOCOLATE 0va,t,n? *2 39   ^jrmnMkWi-        ^^(MW^m  ^j7pj-Ti^i-iiff*i nun  York  Beef, Chicken _��� _m_i_  & Turkey    AM  O OZi' M,.i..'<����,l,..Pl_ ^DT' " ^     Hwbbard  " i ib:  Wsk M k i*A*_^__P M*& _.V^Mu4M V* <i^^M�� :f~ ���k^k^Mi>*tk' *-(.**H.--.' 4,'*)* V&4 yfa W >'���  ^M*ft^l  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park ���883-9100  ""'-'""'���*:,���'' *^Pri��iriff*��itivrJoituoiiy"ii-i3" ��� -   SALES IN RETAIL QUANTITIES ONLY.  \  i>  T    ' Sechelt notes  -4- *-���  Bridge party^  ky-^gg^onnor^885-9347  Wednesday, January 10,. 1979  The Peninsula Times    .'    PageA-5  - &>-  Halfmoon Bay happenings ~,  New year, new season  ByTeggy Connor, 685^93^7^  . Here Is your chance to get in on the new   Mrs. Nick, Burtnlck, Walter's parents,  season_ibridge_game3,_l^y_steiieff wim_^_fr sister Dolores_from-_  the bridge party-being held at St. Hilda's   Seattle.. Irene's brother Torn and Mamie _  Hall, Friday, January 12 at 7:30 p,m. _ _   Bligh and Bonnie and Gail from North _  _ The party is sponsored by the Sechelt Vancouver. Friends fronVbarcy were Bill  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital, and Eileen Brotherston and young Bobby  Everybody is welcome and admission is  $1.50. For further information phone Mrs.  Margaret Humm at 885-2840 or 885-9222.  "The season's program is ttiadeup^rorrr  Crib games will start this Sunday,  January 14 at 2 to 3:30 p.m. Bill Fraser is  in charge. Anyone and everyone interested  ^rejnort wejcome^Jno Discrimination) ������  men and women equally urged to^partake-  ���at the Welcome Beach Hall on Redrooffs  Jaoad.^ '-   CARPET BOWLING  . This also takes place at the Welcome  Beach Hall, starting Monday, January 15,  at 1:30 p.m. Keith Comyn is looking after  this. Welcome mat is but and it is not  necessary to be a member to take part.  This is a good group.  SILENCE IS MY HOMELAND  This is a book written by Gilean  Douglas who has been named one of^ the  lNQte(LWomerLd��Canada. She is a very olcL  friend of the late Canon Alan Greene D.D.  Copies of this will soon be available at the.  bookstore in Sechelt.  NEW YEARS EVE PARTY  As far as parties go it was a going  concern at the Welcome Beach Hall as  neighbours and members joined together  to see the New Year in. They did a great  job as the sunshine has been with us ever  since.  SORENSONS TO CALGARY  Sven and Helen Sorensen with Allan,  Sonja and Kenny flew to Calgary to spend  Christmas with -Helen's family.^They,,-  stayed with Jens and Kathleen Hen-  driksen, Helen's sister, and during the  visit her brother Danny Kelly phoned from  Ireland and two othWVroffiers"joined the"  family gathering from northern Alberta.  ^===-TheiF=-expectant===Sehnatt2er=dogf=  Bonnie, not due until the first week in  January was left with the Jorgensens, but  didn't wait for its due date. The day before ,  a party at her house Lynn was competently aiding Bonnie in her delivery of  six puppies. The first one was premature  and died but the four males and one female  jure hale and hearty.  KELLYS FOLLOW  Jim and Catherine Kelly with Quinn  . and Erin also flew to Calgary.ioo late for  the Christmas celebrationsj-but in good  time for the New Year's Eve party.  HALFMOON BAY LAKE  The popular place to be these days is up  on Trout lake skating. A fair crowd enjoy  the evening skating too, as the reflection of  the frost-covered shore, lights up the ice  enough to see..  At the end of this month Miss Bee's  Card and Gift Shop will be re-located on  Cowrie Street, in the new building opposite  the Bookstore.  We hope you will come and visit us  there. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  this evening so it is important to get  started at this time.  NOW-FOR THE-.BODY: _:   - _--   Cards to keep the brain nimble, but to  firm up the body in a fun way, try some of  and Bonnie.  Julien and Mary Burtnlck even at their  young age were excellent assistant host  and hostesses7~along withrtheiirparents-  and Grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Bligh. Dr.  Alan and Rosa Swan were down from the  north.   - =-��� ���J_- -  ' - - _ ___.-_ - -  SUNSHINE COAST ARENA ���  The Curling club's New Year's Eve  .WASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  __ 2:year guarantee on all parts _& Jailor   5-year warranty on the dryer, drum? _  -10-year guarantee- on-washeMrarismissioiv  Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel _  washer tub  WE-SERVICE-iWHAT_WE-SELl_l   MADEIRA APPUANCES  883-2648  &  9i-'  79 licences to be  sold in Vancouver  Dog and business licencing for the  -Gibsons RCMP-Detachment's rural area  will be done,out,of Vancouver this year.  Those in" this area who formerly pur-  -Chased meir dog and business licences at  the detachment office are required to  obtain their 1979 licences from: The Office  of the Government Agent, Room 222, 800  Hornby St., Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 2C5.  British Columbia Social Credit Party  Mackenzie Constituency  NOMINATIONS CONVENTION  Sunday, January 21,1979  Beach Gardens Hotel, Powell River, B.C.  #\.  ��:  1:30 p.m.  A.  3-f  ..^.^.^^  ��/��3 _����.       ��   -J    4'  ���  Guest Speaker: Hon. W.R. (Bill) Bennett  Owners of smaller businesses  The Federal Business  Development Bank  can provide you  with s  �� Financial assistance  �� Management counselling (CASE)  Management training  �� Informations government  programs fdr business  $  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  3-  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  REGIONAL BOARD  Jan. 11 ��� Planning and Regional Board  meeting 7:30 p.m.  Jan. 18 ���   Public Utilities Meeting, 7(?30 pm.  SCHOOL BOARD  2nd & 4th  Thursday Regular School Board Mtg.,  Each Month ���   Board Office, 7:30 p.m.   .. .,'������  Jan. 11 ��� School    Board   Meeting   Roberts    Creek  Elementary School, /:30pm.  VILLAGE or GIBSONS  l-t��3rd Regular Council Meeting,  ES^y .���.���'      Mr,dPal Mall.-Olb.on."  Each Month ��� '7:0.0 p.m.  VILUGE OF SECHELT ~~  1st & 3rd Wednesday  Each Month ��� Regular Council Meeting.  Courtesy of  ?PT  Wfoiput '*\ TH&tt, THeo*  Cowrie St. 885-9330 Sechelt  Jhe Keep Fit classes, most of which will be   party was nearly frozen out until enough  starting January 15. heaters were found to supplement the  Aerobic dancing for instance, is a real   failing heating apparatus. This problem  Troi^ay^rloseunwantedTfatr^  feel active and alive. For beginners the  time is Monday nights at 6:45 to 7:45 p.m.  and the same times for advanced classes  only oh Thursday night, both at Chatelech  Music Room. Ladies and girls gymnastics  are also held on Thursdays 6:45 to 7:45 at  /the Chatelech Gym.  Indoor tennis, adult gymnastics, family  activities, mime, for students and adultsr  Wilson  Creek has a   good set  of  programs for keep fit, aerobic dancing.  - Thursdays 9:30 to 10:30��.m.rtumbling for  pre-schoolers and Yoga 12:30 to 2:30 with  Evans Hermon.  Then if you wish to take your excercises  in the pool, there is the Gibsons swimming  pool, with keep fit excercises on Monday  and Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Ladies  Swim and Trim is on Thursdays 9:30 to  10:30 a.m.  ��� Phone 885-5440 for more information on  keeping fit. For healthsake get in and take  part. ,   ���    -  TO CALGARY AND BACK  Mr. and Mrs. E. Croston of Selma Park,  have enjoyed living in the Sechelt area  having moved here from Calgary three  years ago. Christmas is a nice time to bet  -with friends and relatives so that is where-  they went for the festive season. Leaving  here on the first ferry they pushed right  through, as the weather was closing in on,  the Rogers Pass, and they made Calgary  by 10:30 p.m.  The weather was good at their  destination but cold -31 degrees. On the  .return trip they stopped at Karnloops to  spend New"Ye)ars Eve' with the mercury  hovering in the -27 degree. The cold spell  here feels warm to them. ,.'  GOLDEN   WEDDING   ANNIVERSARY  Fifty years ago Joe and Vera Head  |were married in1 Christ Church .Cathedral  .in VaticoWer. TratwoiUd-makHt 1929 an$  they lived in Mission then and until 1937  when they moved to. Halfmoon Bay.  They moved to Selma Park in 1948  living there until four and a half years ago  when they moved to their present home on  Dolphin Street in Sechelt.  A family dinner was held at their home  December-26 ��� a prelude to the Golden  Wedding anniversary open hpuseheld on  the anniversary date January 2 at 2 p.m. to  4 p.m. ��� .,.'.!;.  Vera's sister, Florrie Hutchings who  was attendant at her wedding was her<J  from Mission.  The Couple have three sons, Gordon in  Sechelt, Don and Lila Head and Gail and  Blair, of Williams Landing and frorn  Vancouver Keith and Margaret and  daughter Katherine.  Joe Head was employed by Osborne  Logging for many years. He is a Life  Member of Masonic Lodge No. 16, Mission,  first World War Veteran with 47 years-  membership with the Royal Canadian  Legion No. 57 in Mission.  Vera is an active member with the  Senior Citizens of Sechelt.  NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATIONS  The Burtnick's moved into their new  home in time to hold a New Year's party.  What a beautiful house 1 What a wonderful  party!  . Out of town guests included Mr. and  Consumer handbook  available at CBC  A handbook of consumer rights entitled  "HELP" written by Toronto law professor  Michael Trebilcock has been published by  Market Place���CBC-TV.  The B4-pago booklet contains chapters  on misleading advertising, deception In  business, defects In products and services,  credit buying, real estate and rental  transactions, Insurance and "How to  Complain". The booklet pinpoints differences In consumer laws from province  to province and includes names, addresses  and telephone numbers of over1 150  agencies dealing with consumer problems.  , Send cheqvo or money order for $2.60 to  CBC Learning Systems, Box. 500, Station  A, Toronto, M5W1E6.  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  to leave The Peninsula  s,"   ionMemorial Funeral Services   Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  ~      ~ available-to-give-immediate service-24-hours-a day   DSFJfer  '/ *��� *  Seaview Rd., Gibsons- ���    - - ������. -1   886-9551  DAN DEVLIN, Director  See our Representative  at:   Bella Beach Motel,  Sechelt, B.C.  Tel. 885-9561  on:  Wednesday,  January 17, 197��  FEHERAi  BUSINESS  yr i - '->r>A ai  145 ��� West 75fh Street,  North Vancouver, B.C.  Tel. 980-6577  ouimyueM ueiiiie, Giusuns. dS6-3543  I I  till     iw" fi f     I f I ���111 ���      1��P 17 \f 11 %/ I f. *      IjP %Jf %Jr     %9 %Jp Jk* \P  ' \  r>  %r  L'*.  / I  ' _^_ ,  -7-  '.'������   ������'   "��� ���''���������'  -   '    .' :i   ; -,!         ;^"^_   __    ___'  ��� '      "-\  I        '���'.���'��� '  '��� ���  I  -    ....        , ^  _   J  Local author's book recommended reading  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 10,1979  ..._..,_            ..    -J. .   .  By Jack Pope .                  >'     _ .   well written outline of Canadian history       Ocean of Destiny is a book about the  -l^ean^JQestiiijU&y^ as^a-text-book for:Social-5tudies���NortirPadfic*ndthe*evencountries that  ._....-.. ._���.._.*____ _      .. -            .-...>,--_    now rijn ^Asiatic and North American.  shores; Canada, China, Japan, North  Korea, South Korea, Russia and'the  United StatesTThreeof thesfTcountrles we  recognized as the military superpowers of  our world and their conflicting ideologies  are, for the moment, held in a state of  delicate balance. A fourth, having failedto  Attain military supremacy in World War  II, has now achieved that power  .economlcaUy.JCanadajte_a^orth_Pftciflc_  neighbour of these giants.  Ocean of Destihy traces the history of  each of the seven countries from 500 years  ago when the Europeans first sailed into  the North Pacific. That history for the next  four centuries was a tale of imperialism,  asthe -powers of Europe-contested-for  lucrative Asiatic trade, as well.as the  prestige garnered at home through  colonialism.-1���   University of British Columbia Press.       courses. Recently Lower wrote Canada on  Arthur Lower should be no stranger to ��� the Pacific Rim (1975) which examines the  those of you who are recent graduates of   history  of Western  Canada  and  its  oursecondar^reducational systeriirLower ���developing~econoniic~retattonsWp"witir  is the.author of A-Nation Developing, a   other Pacific Rim countries.      ___  MORE ABOUT. ..  ���Regional plan goals  -���FronrPage-Atf  3.3. Watershed areas are to be Identified  and preserved.  There are many areas in the Regional  District where individuals use streams as  a source of water- supply. In drainage  ju-eas and where wells are being used,  llevelbpmerif will be carefully monitored  to assure there will not be pollution from  septic tanks. Criteria for watershed use  are to be defined and instigated  throughout the Regional District.  3.4. The scenic and recreational values of  the area will be retained and enhanced by  careful land use pattern design.  There should be a leave strip on all  waterfront land for Crown leases and  public access to the waterfront should.be  clearly marked and available for use.  Sewage pump-out stations for marina  developments are desirable.  Development of areas for non-  _veWculaTfecreatioh;is"to1}e"~enco"urag  Such programs as a bicycle system and a  youth hostel system co-ordinated  throughout the region are to be actively  pursued.  It would bervaluable to have all mining  and gravel extraction companies supply a  plan including a restoration program,  prior to activity in any area.  Use of the foreshore should be  regulated and zoned to be compatible with  other land uses. This procedure would  expand the pattern evident on the land to  include the use of water surfaces and  would minimize conflict situations. Some  areas within the Regional District offer  particularity valuable waterfront  and these should be  associations and these should De accommodated within the pattern designed  for the upland.  A carefully constructed regional park  system is to be designed to becompatible  with the development pattern laid out in  the Regional Plan. Various levels of  community use should be identified and  designated for public land within the  region.  4. TO ENCOURAGE SAFE AND EFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION  SYSTEMS.  4.1. Major transportation corridors on the  Sunshine Coast are to be designated to  minimize the amount of land used for  services, to protect the co||inujty of  community patterns and to decrease costs  of transportation of services.  Transportation corridors are also paths  for utility services and there should be coordination of use and fully considered  corridor'planning and design/This will  decrease the disruption caused by all  utilitiesirPresent highwajror Hydro right-  of-way should be utilized wherever  possible as a transportation corridor instead of alienating additional forest or  agricultural areas in the Regional  District.        " '.,...;:> '...-_���  4.2. The development of pathways should  be encouraged.  Pathways are recognized as Important  recreation corridors for hiking, biking or  trail riding. Secondary roads can' be  designated for multiple use throughout the  region tffallow both biking routes anyroad-  transportation. j  4.3. The Regional District shall encourage  and support the improvement of transportation systems throughout the area.  Alternate transport system such as  privately .owned pedestrian hover craft,  HmotorTaunchoraircraft may be feasible"  in the future. The development of efficient  systems is desirable, for the transportation  lot"156th peOple_to_increase^tararisinrand'  goods to reduce costs.  4.4. The Regional District endorses the  Major Road Plan as shown on the Plan  Map. i *  The major road plan developed In cooperation with the Ministry of Highways,  shows two controlled access highways  .traversing the region from Howe Sound to  Redrooffs. It is expected the system will  be extended to Earls Cove at some later  date. The system as defined reinforces the  -settlement pattern?=!=--=--==--===-==-= -���-=---���=  5. TO DEVELOP COMMUNITY SERVICES  5.1. Social and recreation facilities are to  be related to the characteristics of the  local area population and the Regional  population generally.  . The distribution of age groups differs in  various areas throughout the Regional  District and the location of facilities must  be tailored to the demonstrated differences in local areas. For example in  Area "A" the Pender Harbour area, 25 per  cent of the population is over 50 years old  whereas in Area "F" the Howe Sound-  Langdale area only 12 per cent is in that  _jeategory^-Jhe_type of. facilities���am  programs will therefore differ between the  two areas.  5.2. Extended health care facilities and old  age homes are to be actively encouraged  to devejpp theRegion. .   In 1976,19.8 per cent of the Regional  District population was over 60 years  compared to 10.5 per cent of the Provincial  population generally. A further 12 per cent  of the Regional population is between the  ages of 5040 years. This indicates a high  proportion of retired people in the area.  Individuals no longer able to look after  themselves should not be forced to move  out of the Region. It is expected the area  will remain attractive for retirement and  therefore the need for health care for the  aged will increase.  5.3. Outdoor recreation facilities arfe to be  developed in areas suitable to user access  and noise levels generated by the activity.  Local playgrounds will be developed in  residential areas. ATV trails or other  sports generating high noise levels will be  located-in-specified-areas separate from  residential areas; For example motorcycle tracks near airports would concentrate noisy occupations in nn area  remote from residential houses.  5.4. A more efficient library service should  be developed for the Region.  Although school libraries can satisfy  the needs of the younger age groups those  adults wanting to improve skills or, gain  new knowledge require access to a larger  library system. A metnod of linking the  local libraries to the resources of the  Lower Mainland should be developed. The  high proportion of retired folk indicates a  demand that should be specifically  assessed.  NEXT WEEK: AREA DEVELOPMENT  POUCHES.  The sleeping giant of China was no  match against these intruders, who by 1858  dominated this ancient, but unprepared  civilization, claiming special rights and  privileges over the Chinese. "Spasmodic  incidents (of protest)...were met by a  united western front, supported by naval  units and usually followed by the payment  of an indemnity."   Japan, however would not be as easy a_  plum to pick as China. Japan gained the  -respect-of Europe after easily defeating  Russia in 1904.- As European attention  focused inward to meet the agressiveness  of Germany, Japan's position in the North  Pacific strengthened. "From this  relaxation of agressive involvement in the  Far East the western European nations  were never recovered." 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Linda Rondiladl   Bob Seger  ,,, Pablo Crulie   Chllllwack  ,,:,,,,;Eric Clapfttn   Trooper   ,,,Toto    ..Exllo   Barry Manllow   '.,, Steely Dan'  Tr;Tr:t��iw'Vwrwftr"  .... .Village People   Stonebolt  China and Manchuria; When Eurojpe  became involved in another war the only  challenger to -Japanese control of the  North Pacific was'the United States.  Japan met that challenge' with , the  -destnictionrof theTAmerfean-PaiMfjeNaval  fleet,taportatPearlHarbourin 194L �� j  ' The history of Russia was andPton-  tlnues to be one of territorial expansion.  Russia sold Alaska to the United States in  1867 and thus ended a program sof exploration and expansion which, at one  ���time,_planned JoJnclude fliejeatireJSorfh   American west coast to California. In its  place Russia turned to the Asiatic  coastline where she continues to expand  her sphere of influence. Russia supports  the communist regime in Vietnam, which  occupied the attention of the. United States  for 20 years until 1973, and presently has  the full attention of China. China is  currently supplying military aid to  -Cambodia~in-an-attempt to-prevent-a  military takeover from Vietnam (i.e.  ' Russia).  . The conflict of the Asiatic North Pacific  coast is markedly different to the North  American coast where Canada and the  United States coexisted in relative  agreement. United States replaced Britain -  . as the foreign power in the Asiatic North  Pacific,'' "but it was not prepared to  counter the Japanese Threat (of the  - 1930's)withinilitary commitments."JThe-  Urdted States was forced-outof,this policy^  of military isolationism in  1941  and  emerged from World War n with a  commitment to contain communism  throughout the world.  Ocean of Destiny is recommended  reading for anyone wanting to piece  together an understanding of the forces  , which so. dominate our world. Arthur  Lower presents voluminous research in a  comfortable style which carried this  reader eagerly from chapter to chapter.  CAT FROM  OUTER SPACE  THURS., JAN. 11th  FRI, JAN. 12th  SAT., JAN. 13th  ���8:00 P.M.   MATINEE:   WMIDISNEYfto(_al<-��pm��nl.THE CW RWM OUTER SMCE <.... KEN KRW  SAWWCANHAIWMORGANftm-UWAlI. MHEANSTEVENSON * ����� .IEDKEY  n,,r.LAtf)SCHFRlN. *,��- .NORMANWAR   .      .RONMLLERivt,, NORMAN TOKAR  ii:cmcac(i,"~-~',M,*'"u,"*,,"'�� ���*' <���*��'�������"������� rgi,^  SAT., JAN. 13th,  2:00 P.M.  GENERAL  /OlSNEVLANP  WALT OlSNEV WORLD  COMES A HORSEMAN  SUN.rJAN7l4rh/8i00 r\M.  MON., JAN. 15th, 8:00 P.M.  TUES., JAN. 16th, 7:00 P.M.  MATURE  Some violence.  4 *Mtxtav*wn mi* imui **������  JAML5CAAN JANE FONDA JASON ROBARDS  -COMESAHORSLMW  v��wWWU SMALL IMidltafAawai*. ItUiti  ���*M_nwei>ier<UiJt-jftWJnoMitii*r tk-HiMAMNiu  COMING SOON  Goidie Hawn Chevy Chase - in  "FOUL PLAY"  *:V  \^*����  ��  ^  2.  3  4  ryv  AND BECAUSE THEY ARE...WE WANT TO INFORM YOU  OF THE LATEST CONSUMER REGULATIONS IN THE CAR BUSINESS:  1. Weos the dealdr will have prices on all new and used vehicles currently for sale. If the vehicle has no  price, It has no^t.been through our stringent 60 point check In our shop.  We will also declare to the best of our knowledge & belief, with respect to the used vehicle you may be  purchasing, If it has been used as 0 taxi, police or emergency vehicle, leased or rental vehicle or used for  organized racing. V  We will declare If the vehicle has sustained damage requiring repairs costing more than $1,000.  We will declare that the vehicle hasn't been registered In any Jurisdiction other than B.C. and that the  odometer, accurately records the f rue distance travelled by the motor vehicle.  5 The Dealer declares the new vehicle has never sustained damages more than 20 per cent of Its asking  price. .���..',���'���'  When a vehicle Is traded In to us, the customer must also declare to the best of his knowledge, Paragraphs 7-  S-and also that there are no Incumberances against the vehicle,   .  As A Special Bones During the Month of January, All New Vehicle Purchasers Will Receive A Coupon for  WHY NOT COME IN  AND  GET FRIENDLY  TOUCH-UP SPRAY PAINT  In stock for most Chrysler vehicles  Special���     1��99 per 6 oz. can  MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW FOR  GULPS MID-WINTER SPECIAL  COMING SOON  \  ,  WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE  DEANCLAPP  AS A SALES REP. FOR OUR GIBSONS LOCATION  886"9962  AVAILABLE FROM 9 A.M.-3 P.M. AT SUNNYCREST ESSO  ��-*^*'��'*^A*'Aw*'��T"W*'**r,.i  one call does it all fi_R5-?i.111 next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  885-5111  /  &  s ������ ' V,  u  ">-      _,  V,---   . ,-u  ���*=*V_  :\*4  f  Education for 1979  Xl>l%i4f^Ne_*"wee^the Continidng|BducatIoii^ Wrltiij^ortahopswith7John,Pass'whois   PfrotogriRptf^  v^&%'-W^P*qB__^^ aM^qudf^tt^wrilto will offer a 20-hour  ���^^Tv^pWc6mpany tyttb the local" papers. H^andalminimum "of "IS sfiiaeots is   course on tonrtyvsp a camerTto its fullest  )\(i v "\ The program shows that the Continuing   required to start the course. {     '  On February 16; 1-4 p.m., Will Dunlop  j^  FOR THOSE who have waited in  vain, SMT Coach Lines now is based  next door to the Sechelt Auto Clinic on  W"*"  Wharf Road, only a short distance  from its previous location.  Accidents   ; / ,   '     Motor vehicle accidents in the Gi  Section B Wednesday, January 10,1979     '* Eaffes 1-8 ,     area increased last year to 233 from  Pages 1-8 v  increase say  Bar breaker must pay  $500 in damages  A Port Coquitlam man was given a six-  month suspended sentence and ordered to  pay $500 restitution to the Wakefield Inn  after-he and another man were charged  with breaking doors andL windows at the  inn July 19. ->_ .v  Lawrence Drury told provincial court  Judge J&P. Johnson he did not go to the  inn "just to break up the bar."  After an altercation with a waiter,  Drury said, "he hit me with a baseball bat,  so I hit him with a lead bar."  . In sentencing, Johnson said Drury  "mayhave been refused service in the bar  or there may have been a struggle," but  there was another person equally involved  who had already been ordered to pay half  David Ko  fined $500 and gifeh*i|'nloriths probation  to attend an impaired driving course after  pleading guilty to an impaired driving  charge.  Crown prosecutor Hugh McCallum told  Johnson that while Leckie attempted to  leave Gibsons Legion December 2, he  blocked a police officer's vehicle at the  entrance of the parking lot.  -T^e^poUceofficerlhen-obsei^ed'L^kte--^asey-has -been1 steadily emplpyed-a_ra  crossing on to the shoulder five times and   logger for 30 years  driving. 80: kilometers in a 50 kilometer  zone. Leckie recorded a\ breathalyser  reading of .12 on both occasions.  A young man who conducted his own  after he was observecTweaving over the  centre line down Selma Park hill.  Phillip Frank Gotch pleaded guilty to a  December 10. 1978 charge of impaired  driving and was fined $500. McCallum said  Gotch failed to stop at a road block and  while attempting to walk a straight line,  almost fell over.  Because of William Stevenson's* job  with the. Royal Canadian Legion in  Sechelt, Johnson said he would not impose  a drinking restricttpn along with a fine for  impaired driving.  Johnson said, however, some-people  prefer a drinking restriction since they  cannot handle themselves.  "I can handle myself," Stevenson said.  paired driving course.  ' William Douglas Casey pleaded guilty  to impaired driving and was fined $500.  The 52-year-old Sechelt man was given a  road-side suspension, but later was seen  driving the vehicle again.  The second time Casey was given a  breathalyser test and recorded .17 and .16.  Solicitor Robert Reid told Johnson  the Gibsons  area increased last year to 233 from 221 in  1977, the Gibsons detachment of the RCMP  reports.  Fatal and injury accidents are down  slightly to three and 35 from four and 37 in  1977.  ., A door of an empty duplex on Gower  Point Rd. was found kicked open January ',  3, but nothing appeared to be stolen or '  damaged.  ~7A~~patribtskis^were^turhecTm^tio^thir  RCMP December 30. Owner must Identify.  A brown envelope with $390 in $20 and,,  smaller bills, was lost December. 28. betii  ween Hopkins Landing and Porpoise Bay.;  The finder is asked to contact Gibsons/  RCMP.  SECHELT  Sechelt RCMP report an unsuccessful  attempt at hot wiring a 1972 Ford pick-up  at the Garden Bay Estates on December  28,1978,  On December 30 the Peninsula Roofers  in Madeira Park was broken into. Police  say it is unknown what is missing.  Also on that day two summer tires and  two winter tires were stolen from the back;  truck parked at.the Porpoi  Reserve. The tyres are all 15  inch,  Police report January 1 that a 22-pound  turkey was stolen from a freezer behind a  Davis Bay residence sometime during the  last three weeks. There are no suspects.  ?PS~ Education classes start in the first week of  ' February in order to allow time for the  jtost, Christmas blues to evaporate. The  gym activities have started to gather  speed by the second and third week of  January and you can, join these at any  time. Please note that the popular gym-  naltics class In Chatelech on Tuesdays  starts on January 16 with Ed Nicholson as  the^nstructor.  Among the courses in Pender Harbour  [^areChinese^ooking-with^arDara t  and Energy: Solutions to a Rising Crisis  with Gordon Wilson, a local instructor  from Capilano College   The Marsh Society will have a monthly.  meeting the first Thursday of every  month, Wayne Dlakowj^, Invite special  Tguestsito give lectures on different aspects  of birding and field trips will be arranged.  This is a good event for singles as well as  families tc^attend.   If a minimum of 15 people are interested, Vera McAllister, the grand lady  of the sky, will offer another flying class.  ,( John Grames' free flowing literature  group will meet the first and the third  Tuesday of every month to explore the  world of international wisdom as it is  expressed in I Ching, Haiku, Plato, Huxley  and many. more. See the program for  further details. ,T  B.C. Hydro has offered a session on  -Public Safetyon February 15 in_Chatelech_  Junior Secondary School, the idea is to  show bow to avoid common electrical  hazards and knowing how to act if they do  occur,  A Typing Course for beginners will be  'starting on February 7, Wednesday, in  Chatelech Junior Secondary School with  Barbara Gough as the Instructor.  Sara Gerring's popular Yoga classes  will continue in February with a morning  class for beginners, and a class for intermediate students on Thursdays, 8-10  -pan��� in���Chatelech���Junior���Secondary-  School.  In Gibson., Terry Payne offers a  course in Antiques for Beginners; students  will getaTgeneral feelingof whatrtorlook  for, how much to pay and how to evaluate  their own antiques. Students may bring  their own things to class if they wish.  A Bookkeeping Course, which brings  students to trial balance, will be instructed  byGailPirle.  A 4-month day course on Business  Office Training will start on February ,12.  For-sponsorship and registration call 885-.  ,2722, Tom Nishimura, Canada Em-;  \ployment Centre.  *-" Capilano College offers sixlCreative  from the Metric Conversion team in  Victoria will give another 3-hpur session  on how to work with the Metric System  without pains. *  -    ,  A rare combination of expertise has  come together to instruct a course in  potential, regardless of what type of  equipment the students have. Included is  different types of films, flash lights, use of  light, etc. This will be a Worthwhile course  for those who are,seriously Interested In  , making the best possible pictures. ''  Please call 885-3512, Continuing  Education for further Information.  THE FIREPLACE THAT ACTUALLY  lEATS YOUR HOME  Warm olr flow,  from front  . h*atlin��r 300*  * Constructed of extra heavy duty 3/16"  boiler plate, the firebox.and other steel  parts will last indefinitely due to the   irjB8b_.air__contjnjiaUy circulating   throughout.  * The warm air produced by the NOR-  THERN FIREPLACE fills the room and, if   ���  Fre��h outjida,  olr enter,  hpckof/  you open the door, it fills the adjoining  room, and the next. With ONE NOTHERN  FIREPLACE "and entire house could be  heated.  GOVERNMENT TESTED & PASSED  BILL & HEIDI GOODMAN 885-2615  Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities Regularly to The 'Times'  ATTENTION SHOPPERS  WE AT DOUGLAS'S TRY TO GIVE YOU A  SATISFYING BUYING EXPERIENCE BY GIVING YOU:  1. The best products available  2r FHendly^ind courteout^taff astlstance  3. Fair prices.  WE WILL AT ALL TIMES ENDEAVOR TO SATISFY  YOU WITH YOUR SHOPPING REQUESTS.  DOUGLAS'S VARIETY  DEPARTMENT STORE  Gibsons  886-2015  -"CHECK  Magnetic Photo Albums and refills,  Baby Albums, Guest Books���all available  at ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt  defence and said, he was not guilty  "because" was fined $350, given two years  probation and forbidden to enter the  grounds or premises of any Royal  Canadian Legion in B.C.  Johnson found Donald Brown guilty of  mischief and Interference In the enjoyment of ornamental shrubs and told  Brown his removal of the shrubs from the  Sechelt Legion Aug. 25 was "sheer  stupidity."  Rory John Walker, 18, was fined $100  after pleading guilty to being a minor in  possession of alcohol.  A Vancouver salesman was fined $500>  for driving while Impaired November 19,  1978. Richard Kotzian, 21, was charged  He said Casey and his brother had been  drinking at the Legion in December and  were on their way home when Casey  received the roadside suspension.  After-the road-side suspension, Casey  and his brother went home, continued  drinking",' then walked back to the Legion.  After walking home again, Casey  received a phone call from his wife from  whom he is separated.  "Due to his state of intoxication and his  anxiety about his wife," Reid said, ."he  forgot about his suspension.'!  Stopped by police the second time,  Casey showed a second licence. Reid said  Casey possessed three driver's licences,  since for "some Inexplicable reason his  wife kept stealing them."  After sentencing, Johnson asked the  court to make sure it got hold of all Casey's  licences.  GARDEN BAY  MARINE  SERVICES LTD  Sinclair Bay Road  Just up & over the hill  VOLVO/PENTA-CHRYSLER  HOURSTON GLASCRAFT  EZ LOAD-MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  883-2722  or  883-2602  [nights)  Phone for Our Rates on  Winterizing ai^d Storage  BOAfMOVINe  -Modal QL 202  !''i!Ll''__;iJ!Pi!BPP  not  UNDERCOATING  Ibaked   on,   will  flake off  fkeeps     water  longer  "'Insulation  condensation  "shock absorbing  'sound deadner  -SELF-SEAL  *under-rlm      adhesive  factory applied  STEEL  QUEEN  ���positive-  seal  DIMENSIONS:  I.D. 16 x 18 x 7  O.D. 20 x 20-1/2 x  STRAINER  ���stainless steel 3-1/2"  crump cup basket type  hot with    all    brass    connection      ihcl.      the  against tailpiece locknut  MOISTURE BARRIER  ���back       ledge       installation feature  CLAMP-AROUND  ���selective       clamping  ���position  where  YOU    1-316  18" dla.-4" centres  RHONDO  stain-resisting, enamelled" steel,  self-rimmlng, round countertop  lavatory with supply openings on  4" centres - D-shaped basin w-  front overflow - soap depression -'  C-1324 Cush'n Seal gasket, and  swivel clamps.  waterproof want them  DESIGN  ���created for modern kitchens  ���fashioned for discriminating  people  UNDERCOATING  ���baked on, will not flake off  ���keeps water hot longer  ���Insulation    against    condensation  ���shock absorbing  ���sound deadner  SELF-SEAL  ���under-rlm  adhesive  factory  applied  ���positive waterproof seal  STEEL  QUEEN  STRAINERS     "  ���stainless steep 3-1/2"  crump cup basket type  w-all-brass connectionl  including , the  tailpiece locknut.  CLAMP-AROUND  ���selective clamping  ���position as required  mm  Citadel ���. s|pk supply fitting with one-  piece cover plate ��� 7-3/4" long swinging  spout - aerator - B" centres ��� Dlal-ese  controls ��� Indexed S-rib handles. C.S.A.  Certified. * ''���     CITADIL  With 1/2" I.P.S, male Inlets and union  rings, automatic dlverter valve with  ���pray and rubber hose,  PIPES  11/2 "ABSPIPE   2"ABSPIPE   3" AB5 PIPE i  1/2" COPPER PIPE ... 59* ft.  .1/2'; 7A Pll POU PlPi.. 12" ft.  3/4" 75 PSI POLY PIPE ,., 18�� ft.  59�� ft.  72�� ft.  U"ft.  Vltrooue china, siphon |et, whirlpool  action, close-coupled closet combination  with regular rim bowl .boll caps �� Chek.  Drip vitreous china closet tank completo  wllh fittings. C.S.A. 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FOUR BDRM mobile home.  . Set, up   in  West  Sechelt  Trailer Park^ Ref ._reguu,ed.  Ph. 885-2600.        "    "   Ifh  FOR  RENT   or  sale,  WF  &jma_Pi,_2JjdrmJiome,-  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS -Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  -tf :   ���-.,��� -.. ���- ���,������������- -��� ��� --��������� ��� ���-i  Birth Announcements  MR AND MRS JEFF Guy are  pleased to announce the  arrival of their daughter  Melissa Gale born December  31,1978.- 3222-7  Wedding  Announcements  ON SATURDAY, Oct. 7, 1978  ���at-6-p.m. -uvSt-Andrew^s-  United Church, Nanaimo,  B.C. Melanie Anne Mansfield  only daughter of Mrs. Mary  Mansfield of Gibsons, B.C.  and the^ralTTIefberlr Man=~  sfield to Richard John  Lapansky, younger son of Mr.  and Mrs. Andrew Lapansky of  Nanaimo, B.C. Rev. R.C.  Gates officiated.���       3225-7  Card of Thanks  WE WOULD like to express  our sincere appreciation to  all those friends, and neighbors who gave us so much'  subport-and^helprand syin^  pathy during our time of  sorrow. Thank you. H.J.  Almond and Family.��� 3251-7  ��� ������---���        - -��� ���        11  Personal  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.  PHARMACIST refluired by.  early May in growing  community. Location in new  modern shopping mall. Excellent opportunities. Send  resume to M. Pallot, Box 910,  Lillooet,B.C.VOKlVo.-  3230-8  POSITION AVAILABLE for-  child care counselor in  community run, family  oriented residential treatment *  _centre for children. Must _be_  able to work with children arid  their families as well as  maintain a close communication with local  residents, school personnel  and other social service  workers. Send resume to:  Director, Wilson Creek  Family Centre, Box 770.  Sechelt. For information call  885-3885.��� 3238-7  REPORTER  and Reporter-  photographers are required  4324-tfn���to���handle���the���expanding-   ���-    operations at the Northern  PHOTOGRAPHS published in   Times,   a   morning   daily  The Peninsula Times can be   newspaper   published    in  ordered for your own use at'   Whitehorse,   capital  of  the  1473.tfn~Yukon. Send resume and full  particulars to the Editor, the  Yukon News, 211 Wood St.,  Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2E4.  3211-8  renovated, $250 per mo. 885-  3737. 4525-7  1 BDRM  Waterfront,  fully  furn., cottage, $225 per mo.  ,883-9098. 4530-7  WEST SECHELT view home,  2 bdrm, 2 bath, family room  &lrJ21ectric heat plus 2 freestanding FP, $295. 885-5487  before 3 p.m. Avail. Jan. 1.  4503-7  -APARTMENT for-rent, 886-  .2417 or 886-9636. 4507-7  2 BDRM. HOUSE   finished  bsmt,   appliances,   w-w  carpet, drapes, $300 per mo.  885-3555. 4514-tfn  COZY 2 BR older house,  Granthams. Part, bsmt  could be studio or workshop.  Fridge, stove, beautiful view  Keats Island,��Gibsons Harbour. Avail. Jan. 1, $235. 886-  Ji0iojrJ8M58L_   4516,7-  The Times office  r_yo  offic  Newly decorated two bdrm  suite,in Lower Gibsons. Appliances included, bright and  Obituary  MARFLEET, Lawrence  Arthur, passed away suddenly December 17th. He  leaves to mourn his loss his  loving wife Florence, his  "mother Ena Marfleet, Vancouver, 2 brothers Donald,  Nanoose    Bay,    Charles,  Vancouver, 1 sister Dorothy,  California.   Arrangements  through Memorial Socjte&.Qf,  B.C. 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Weekly  newspaper, away from the  LLower Mainland^ Successful  applicant must|be fully experienced and" able to  produce. Job offers opportunity for Advancement.  Steady position1, good salary  and other benefits go with the  job. Please forward job application including references, employment history and  samples of writing to: Box  134, BCYCNA, 808, 207 "W.  Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.  V6B1H7. 3216-8  ! !HELP GREENPEACE  Help!! Sellers urgently  needed for the Greenpeace  _-Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  moneylSave fife!~1!Im;  portant Notice!! During the  mail strike Greenpeace 'Go  Anywhere' lottery tickets will  be distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to call  in this area is: 898-5851 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 736-  0321. 4921-tfn  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  3 lines for $2.15  Run your ad 3 timps for the price of 2.  Print your ad In tho square, Bo turo to leave a blank apace alter each  word. ���  Three line* It $2.1:5, Eocl, uddlllonal line l�� 60c'  Take advantage ol our special ��avlno,��.  * Run your ad twice ��� the third time It FHII. >  * If you pay lor y< 'ir ad the Saturday before publication you get a  dlicouhl--28c for I Insertion. ��� SOc for 1,  * Mall u�� your ad, or drop It ofli  In Sechelt ol the Tenlniulo Time* Office  In Olbioni at the Arautui Tree  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  Box 310 Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  CLASSIFICATION  J  *2��  \  60*  ... 60'  60'  Neme    . - 4 ..,,.,> ,,   Addreii    i .'   *"."��� ."*." **,".." ^"��� ���"J"?."?."**,.*���.m'.'m,im.!miM!*,**������!".���?*������ .'H.,"��*������  The Peninsula Times Classifieds  . ..��':"���"��� ,  I     J, Jk/W^   cheery witlfbeautiful view of  the harbour. $225 per month.  Phone Mr. Doman  or Mr. Wells  CENTURYWEST  - ,- --REALESTATE :  (1978) LTD.  8854271         --      ���     45214  MAPLE CRESCENT ~Apart-  ments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  " 4121-tfn  ,1   BDRM   apartments   in  Sechelt'.'  Fridge   &  stove  - included.  $175 - $245.  Call-  Hayden, 885-2283. 4196-tf  2 BDRM house, 1434 Wharf  Rd., Sechelt. Avail, immed.  112-467-3995 aft. 6 p.m.   4537-tf  2 LOTS side by side R-2 zoned,  161 ft. frontage. "Norwest  Bay Rd., water, hydro, cable.:  $21,000,885-9865.-       ,32264  $46,000-4^yiH>ld-2-bdrm,   2-  bathrm. Fireplace, dbl.  glass, electric heating.  Available now. 1277 Pebble  Crescent", Sechelt Village.  Close to hospital, school and  shopping mall. Low taxes,  terms. A. Simpkins, Mason.  :885-2688. , 3242-9U  BOsiness Opportunities  -DEALER^OPPORTUNITY-=-  Log home manufacturer  setting up dealer network  throughout B.C. Stake your,  claim on nature. For more  information contact: International Log Homes Ltd.,  Box 129, Mill Bay, B.C. - 3232-  7  ONCEONLYr  Here is a first-class opportunity to own & operate a  vending route in PR and-or  _ Sechelt, Gibsons ~ area." Low  investment, very high return.  , Requires 4 hrs. once a month  to service. Ph. Stride Industries Ltd., 112-525-2755 for  full information... 8291-7  Mobile Homes  L&M     Radiators,     1449  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 980  5334, Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  . delivery can be arranged. Call  ���now���for���fasti���economical-  service. 4024-tfn  64 x 12 SET UP in court, $6,500   Qbo.:88&:9012_aft._6_Qr_885^  5235. 4528-7  SHETLAND Pony with saddle  and tack. $200 obo or sold  separately. 885-5753 after 6.  3233-9     -       ''"-/'  Pets-  1 PUREBRED female spayed  Samoyed, 3 yrs. old $50.  White shepherd male 9 mos.  old. $25.885-5753 after 6.-  3252-9  -last:    FEMALE German Shepherd  l_black_brown_and_jehite^.  Long hair, no collar, vicinity  Arena Rd. and power line, 885-  2994.- 3240-7  Wanted to'luy  LOGS. OR TIMBER wanted,  fir;  hemlock  or  cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  -885-9408 or885-2032. " - 448&W  CURED FIREWOOD, box  cords,    split,    stacked,,  delivered. $55 full cord; $30 Vz  cord. 885-9418.     ��� 45364  IZENITH ,23'V_Color_TV,- con-  sole model, good cond'n;  19',' Toro lawnmower, needs  motor work. 885-9819.     45384  ���'69  CASE  diesel  tractor,  backhoe-loader, compl. w-  Model 530 CK operator &  service -manuals^-$6500-obo.-  885-9304 or 8854529.        4541-8  26'   10"   PORTACRUISER  ���houseboati-210-HP. $11,950-  obo. 885-9304 or 8854529. 45424  RANGE - Frigidaire 30" elec.  White. $125.8854438 eves.  ' ,         45454  SNOWLANDER-LUING  Registered Polled Cattle.  Snowlanders have what it  ~takestor makeyou a Tprofit.  For particulars and price  write to C. Flick, or D.  Bilinski, Diamond Ranch,  SELKIRK INSULATED  CHIMNEYS  Best prices on Coast  MACLEODS-SECHELT  4527-tfn  FISHER wbodburningstoves,  for sale at A.C. Rentals,  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd. 883-2585.       3217-tf  .2 WINTER coats, $40�� ea. Size  .48.885-9768. _32054 _  Legal Notices  -Province of-  RAW MAPLE burls wanted,  large burls w-wood at-    _,^^^ 0 ��� ooon--,$  tached)-any-amount.-4854340- Edgewood,B.C,-_ 32^7  collect for info, on cash &  specifications.  45394  WANTED: reasonably priced  lightweight elec. typewriter  in fair condition. As would-be  Eurchaser has badly crippled  ands. Also want ladies^ Jboot  jack. 885-9047 aft. 9 am. 32214  For Sale  OAK SIDEBOARD $125 firm.  Electrolux carpet sham-  pooer. As new $80.886-9513. ���  3234-7  LADIES knee-length brown  sheepskin coat with hood.  Sz. 12-14 $85.8854749. - 3235-7  . 12-14-' CU. FT. Fridge, exc.  cond.   $150.   Elec.   Range  good cond. $100.885-9955 eves.  3239-9  . British Columbia  '*    "CHANGE OF NAME  ACT" (Section 6)  NOTICE OF  APPLICATION FOR _  CHANGE OF NAME  NOTICE is hereby given  that an application will be  made to the Director of Vital  Statistics for a  change  of  name,   pursuant   to   the  provisions of the "Change of  Name Act", by ine:��� Robert  Louie - Marksr "known^as-  Robert.Louie Joe of 121, The  Waterfront, Sechelt, B.C. VON  3A0, in the Province of British  Columbia, as follows:���  , To change my name from  Robert Louie Marks to Robert  Louie Joe.  Dated this  2nd  day  of  January, A.D. 1979.  Robert Louie Marks  3237-pub.SPTJan.l0,1979  n  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee ���  can be seen at Radio Shack, J    2 CORNER day beds.  At  &C Electronics. 4855-tfn      tractive  covers.   Bolsters.  1972 12 x 48' Moduline $8,400.  197512 x 38' 3 br. Glendall.  Immaculate. $10,400. 926-1024.       3245-tfn  MUST SELL  IMMEDIATELY  12 x 64' Bendix Mobile Home. 3  bdrm, galley kitchen, oil heat.  Occupied 2 mos. Immaculate  LADIES, Mens, Childrens, ���  ���Matemity-aomingr^ew~& =  Nearly     New'.     Encore  Matching table. $110.  885-9232.  3248-9  cond'n. Asking ' $16,500  furnished. Unfurnished price  negotiable. Call after 6 pm  885-5301  3250-9  Boats and Engines ;   :  ��� 15' 6" Sidewing Hourston  Glasscraft (new) $3,000  ���18' Sabrecraft, 140 Mer-  c , *4 goo  - 17'K &G Thermogias, 'll5  hp Evinrude......,   ., .$2,800  471.GM, used; 353 GM,  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr.; W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5. 4457-tf  R.V. RENTALS  Vacation the unhassled way.  -Campers-fulljL .equipped- &_  heated & insured.  $70 per week  We have added to our fleet 21  Winnebago  Motor   Home.  Superbly equipped.  $200 per week  plus 10c a mile  885-2600  anytime  SEWING MACHINE  REPAIRS .  Overhaul, tune-ups, chemical  wash, parts for all makes.  AH work guaranteed  21 years experience  Phone Steve at 885-2691  3253-tf  Ask for the Folks who own  one...  A  Valley   Comfort   Wood  Heater ���  from  MACLEODS SECHELT  burns up to 12 hrs.  Lasts tor Years  , r,     _...   _. ,,_:���x    . 3243-7  _Woodborii_S_tqye$-_  & Fuel Ltd.  Wood stoves b'y Fisher,  Lake wood, Sedore Valley,  Comfort and Findlay.  -Distributors���in���Weistern-  Canada of the Kerr Scotsman  and Kerr Titan wood^fired  boiler. Dealers inquiries invited. Northern Heatliner and  Shaw Zero Clearance.'  Wood/oil furnaces. Insulated  pipe, accessories and fittings  110   Fell   Ave.,  North   Vancouver-  987-0811    15  4967-tf  2 BDRM apt. w-w,  fridge^  stove*���drapesr���mature���usedr371-Nissinrused; Volvo  Txmple. 885-9713 or 885-9445.    -AGO 40-280 leg new; 50 hp  32044   Merc outboard, used.  Winterizing & Boat Moving  Immediate Repair Service  7daysaweek  MASTER Channel power TV  antenna, $90 obo, used only 6  mos. 886-9835 wkends.    4518-7  TRY AND buy  the  Great  Pacific Hot Tub. To view  phone Helen Phillips. 8854183.  4430-7  Work Wanted  HEAVY DUTY MECHANIC  APPRENTICE  Available after Dec. 22.1 yr.  experience & 6 mos. of school.  Very reliable & have good  references.  885-3818    -  9:30-5:30  $190 PER MO. Halfmoon Bay1  waterfront, furn'd. 2 bdrm  cottage 'til June. 112-574^7024.  32094  FURN. 3Br. cottage, Roberts  Creek. Elderly, single or  couple preferred. Very low  rent to suitable persons.  261-5255. Short lease.     3524-9  2, IBr. APTS. in Sechelt. Stove  and Fridge incl. $185. 885-  9344.-    ... .      3244-tfn  3 BR HOUSE, oil furnace,  F.P. Stove, Fridge. Lease  '   3246-9  4092-tfn    $280,885^2743.-  CARPENTRY. odd lobs and  qlean up. 8854453, Ted.  45354  "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  JOURNEYMAN Shipwright  seeks work. Exp, in all  aspects boatbuilding: house  carpentry & cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. & professional  job, call Allan May, 8854765.  4578-tf  WHAT DO YOU EXPECT  FROM A TREE SERVICE?  ���Experienced, insured work?  ���Prompt, guaranteed  service?  ���Fair estimates?  Then Rlvoufln call:  PEERLESS  TREE SERVICES LTD.  > 885-2109  '  :     758-tf n  FULLY QUALIFIED  ,  ELECTRICIAN  Free Estimates  880-2540  4060-tfn  For Rent  "TiOTn5ir*��piwfrtfi west  Sechelt. 1 doublowido  24 x 40 singes. 885-2079. 4224-  Un  For Quick R*iuli��  Ui��Tlm���� Adbrlef ��� I  PENDER HARBOUR area. 2  br. furn. mobile home $150%  mo. Avail. Feb. 1. Batchelor  cabin, furn. shower, etc. $100-  mo. immed. possession. 883-  9354 or 9364985,-      3247-tfn  3 BR. SUITE central Sechelt -  Lang Block. Frig. Stove.  Carport, washer, dryer. $272.  885-9366.- 3249-7  SMALL 2 BDRM house on  acreage, Roberts Creek  $135,921-7998.- 32544  Wanted to Rent  SMALL FAMILY wants 24 br  home w. bsmt. or heated  workshop in Pender Harbour  area, Required for end of Jan.  Refs.4vaM.OO>0657,- 323(H)  Real Estate  WF SElLMA PK. older homo  ��� of over 900 sq. ft. recently  renovated in and out.  Heatilator FP, oil furn., Insulation thruout. Sheltered  anchorage out front. Some  cash, to m of $19,600. Take  over lease on lot. 8854737.  . 4524-7  FOR SALE by bulldqr. New  1200saft3bdrmhomo,Lgo,  kitchen & lvg. rm, lge. lot .05  acres, partially cleared,  possible to subdivide, road  allowance In rear. Redrooffs  Rd, area. Asking $45,000. 085-  9793,' * 4B40-tf  HEAVY   INDUSTRIAL   -  Chcmalnus - 2.3 acres, level,  municipal   water,   Trans-  Canada    hwy.    frontateo.  0888. or ,7404598. J.H. Whit-  tome and Co., Limited, 252  Trans-Canada Hwy., Duncan,  b.c. 7484381.-       mi4:  Ui*Tlm*�� Adbrlef 11  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES  LTD.  Sinclair Bay Rd.  883-3722 or  883-2602 (eves.)  4355-tfn  HEADWATER MARINA LTD  Good winter moorage  1.25 per foot-  20 ton marine ways  DRYLAND STORAGE  Down Narrows Rd,  Madeira Park  .    883-2406 24 hrs.         4900-tfn  Cars and Trucks  1970 GMC Short Van. Deluxe  -   model. TUting-swiv. seats,  etc. offers. 886-2993 or 886-  7471.- 32244   ���    ' ' i    '    * " - ���  Livestock  CERTIFIED  Farrier,  Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3761. 994-tfn  ' DR.NICKKIEIDER '  Is available for veterinary  work every Monday, Practice  limited to horses only.  For appointment  please call:-  EQUINE VET  CENTRE  1124304344 (Langloy)  or Diana Starbuck  T 880-9739  4213-tfn  CB Marine Package  Includes CB radio, 7' whip, P/���  loud speaker, $134.95 (also  sold separately).  P'rentis Enterprises  884-5240  5000-46  HAMMOND T4100 organ with  rhythm   Aze   &   Leslie  speakers, $3,000 obo: 8854533  eves. 3520-7  UieTlnm Adbrlef 11  twjVfe*��h��_ Y>pei**+y*4i v *  DRESS  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  CLERK TYPIST  ENTRY POSITION  An immediate opening  is available for clerk-typist  at " Howe    Sound    Pulp  ,��� Division of Canfor Products  .y.J-tfljtI.atJlRor.t.jWellon��� B.C..  ;.:D,gties-include providing  assistance for a number of  established positions.  Applicants are expected to  possess typing competency of 60 wpm and be  familiar with letter forming, tabulation  and use  _jsL_simplfi���oilice_equ lp*���  ment.  Competitive salary with  complete range of  benefits.  Applicants should apply  in writing including a full  ' resume and work  history  to:    ��� '���'.',  Induitrlal       R��latlont  Department  Canadian Foroit Products  Ltd.  Howe Sound Pulp Division  Port Mellon, B.C.  fttRSALE  3 bdrms upstairs, full  basement w/rec rm and extra'  bdrm downstairs, Good view  In Selma Pk. Nicely landscaped and foncod.  Reduced to $49,900  885-3855  SELLING FOR PARTS  1967 Ford Cougar 289 Automatic  This car has  *n��w brake system  ' *n��w muffler system  *n��w radiator  i  *new alternator & regulator  *4 new shocks  *good tlro��  *brok��n frame  Phone 885-9560  BE ECOLOGICAL  $2200 DN $29,000  Beach accoi*, ��� 2  bfldrdoms, family-  ���Ize kitchen, 05 x 115  level lot, newly  dotorated ft wall to  wall,  OWNER  885-3742  TOMORROW'S FORESTS  ,��i  ���^ The image problem of business  Enough of today's social,  medical or environmental  problems are to some extent  traceable to some kind of  industrial or business activity.  that all business has  become suspect. Politicians  who find themselves dealing  with  problems  they  either  to curry favour with voters...  are too often tempted to say  that problems are created by  greedy, insensitive business.  For too long, businessmen  don't undertsand, or who want  Tips to  home sellers  "have hidden~behrn3 the  premise of "Least said,  soonest mended" and have not  defended their positions  designs for making our life  easier . . . production of the  many items we eat, wear, use  in our daily lives. Without the  products and activity created  "byTjusiness, sociaTprograms-  would not be funded, government boards not be staffed,  universities and schools would  have hot reminded the public,  the politicians and the special  interest groups that it is  business winch,is productive  in the area of special research  for "medicint s"." . ". special  not be built. So, Mr.  ., Businessman, don't complain  about accusations that you are  the villain ��� get up ana  defend your very defendable  position!       When you have decided to ���  -sell yourhomeV you will surely  want the best price possible,  with a minimum of problems,  so do all you can to guarantee  the transaction. First of all ���  though it is your HOME, you  "should think of it as a HOUSE!  Be realistic, forget the happy .  memories and> see that house,"  through the'eyes of th^'c'rltical!  buyer. Be guided by your reai  estate agent on the true  market value, because he has  sales agent by keeping your  house tidy, yard trimmed and  garage or carport free of  _.unnecessary_jlutter-JMajor_  redecorating is not necessary  ��� remember, a purchaser  will want to put his own  personality into those rooms.  A clean, comfortable, homey  atmosphere will show that  house to best advantage ...  appliances should all  work .. .plumbing should be  in good repair, take the  trauma out of selling, by  following these tips from the  Real Estate Board of Greater  Vancouver. '  Energy  Canadians enjoy the  second highest standard oi  living in the world, next to  their neighbors the Americans  ��� but in one respect,  Canadians top our southern  neighbors. We Canadians love  to switch on ~ we switch on  electric ovens, lights, TV sets,  washers, dryers, air conditioners, electric toothbrushes, fry pans, mixers and  blenders. Canadians now  spend , over five�� hundred  dollars each year using homo  appliances and lighting' alone  ��� and that estimate Is rising.  Unlike our American neighbors, Canadians did not experience tho traumatic energy  crises felt last winter in tho  U.S., and many don't faco tho  foot that our energy supplies  will not lust forever, T6day,  electricity is top costly and too  precious to waste* needlessly,  so each energy consumer  must bocomorfpart of the  solution instead of adding to  tho problem,, Energy conservation begin,* in tho homo  and the Real Estate Board  urges homeowners to strive to  bo the LOWEST in Canadian  onorgy use.  Advertising^  let�� goo^l ���  little products  compete with  the bltftfiesl  CANADIAN ArwmisiNOi AlWlSOlnY flriAtlD  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gib-bns  886-2607  Time for fitness  is time on Your Side.  PdRTicwacTion  i Tha Canadian movement (or peraonal tltneaa.  Pender Harbour Realty Ltd,  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  HASLAAA CREEK WATERFRONT - Over 15 acres  with 750 ft. walorfronf, with cabin & oyster lease. FP $160,000.  Possible terms,  BUSINESS  ���   Ponderosa Grocery * Drive-In ~ai  Gordon Bay, Owner will take house In frade. Phone lor particulars on this going concorn to Mike Rosse at 003.9370,  McNAUGHTON    POINT   ���   l.V   acres   of   view  waterfront overlooking,Malasplna Strait. Attractive 3 bedroom,  1200 square feet home. A fine property going for $70,000,  WATERFRONT HOME ��� Near new home with 4  bedrooms, deep safe moorage, southern exposure, Full price  $60,000. __��..J   BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT ��� And a real bargain, It Is  with clean beach, free moorage, clams and oysters lust steps'  away. Price |ust $12,000.  SECRET COVE AREA ��� 10.6 acres with 400' beach,  water and power available, road In. FP $128,000.  ONE ACRE LOTS ��� On Francis Pertlntula, Privacy  plus value In this most deslrahle area, Just 2 left so don't delay,  ��� 13,000 each.   , '  EXCELLENT ��� building lot. Front Road, Madeira  Park, Fully serviced, $10,500. ���  WATERFRONf LOT ������ Deep qnd protected moorage  In Egmont, Has trailer pad, septlcs and water and power.  ������'$08,000,'���       ������������ '��������� ������ ��������� ���������'���I-. ' ������������  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 dote to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope, Asking $38,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ~ Extra large (680') building  iotwlth?2'frcflt(io*OffMc*llntc��kRood.fc$?,MOorotfertr���  " '^'���'���^  '   JOHNBREEN MIKE ROSSE        JOCK HERMON  883.WB       ^        863*9378 803-274��  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 1596 sq ft 5 Bfc  home���with���3��� bathrooms;���partially-  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. $84,000.    ""a"s*C?5  ���GARDEN'SAY-ESTATES ��� Luxurious 31  BR. cedar home, built 1975. View and  many extras. $105,000.  GULFVIEW fiOAD ��� Madeira   Park;  -fantastic view from this new home - 3L  new   appliances,   fireplace.   $95,000^  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500;      -   " -       MADEIRA PARK ��� Interesting 4  view home, architect designed,  major appliances. $77,000.  BIT  5  GARDEN BAY��� 1176 sq ft 2-BR^Iew"  home, full basement, sundeck.  Built  1975. $56,000.  .'MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR hpme wltf$  view   on    landscaped    lot.   Large  "workshop &^TJfpTn^n1"st6Ta^VaTeinjr~"  back.    Ideal   location   for   builder/-  contractor. $69,500.  V/ARNOCK ROAD ��� furnished 2 bdrm  mobile home, 12 x 60', on large, level  landscaped lot. $28,500.  FRANCIS-JENINSULA-^���12���s-44^-  Glendale mobile horn? with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3+ acre lot. $28,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  bdrm split level. Fireplace, sundeck 8  carport. $60,000.  _GAJELPJEN_BA>V ��� 3_BR^pllUflveLhom9^  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,  carport.  Excellent  view.  Landscaped  semi-waterfront   lease   lot.   $35,000.  -GARDEN-BAY- iUBR-liome-on-?-  levels. Electric heat: Landscaped. Close  to stores & marinas. $50,000.  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on  S�� acres. Fruit trees, garden. View  over lake. $77,500.  IRVINESLANDING ��� 3 BRylew home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for  additional $10,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view *  home,  .    thermopane       windows,  fireplace, w/w 3 bathrooms. Easy walk  to stores. PO & marinas. $67,500.  vILAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� 3  BR view home, full basement, built.  1975. Close to marina. $88,000.  !���  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  i  LOTS AND ACREAGE  1  LOTS  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 tt W/F in Pender Harbour, 1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above 1.22��  acres. $36,500.  3.70'   bluff   waterfront,   view   over  ������Bargaln^farbour��-Asking-$2lT500-but-  open to offers.  4. 220�� ft low bank sheltered  waterfront. 1.24 treed acres. $48,000.  11.6 ACRE ISLAND ��� 3 BR furnished  ponobode, float. Water & hydro.'  $165,000.  BROOKS  COVE  ���   194'  waterfront,  -aeeess-by-trall-flOOO1 from parkirig),-  septic in, hydro & water. $25,000.  WESTMERE BAY ��� l,400jt ft  waterfront on 4.8 treed acres. Nice  beach arid rocky point. Water access  only. $47,500.  ACREAGE  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 3"65�� ft waterfront, 6.71 acres, water access.  $29,500. ���  EARLS COVE ��� 5^57 acres, 4501 ft  sheltered waterfront adjoining ferry  terminal. $125,000.  LOTS  1. MADEIRA  PARK  ���  serviced   lots.  $7,0Qfl-$22,000.  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA - serviced lots.  $9,0<^$2^4,q00,          3. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots.  ������$12,900-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on  Porpoise Drive. $10,500.  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ���  Sinclair Bay Road. Serviced lots, most  with view, three with lakefront. Priced  from $10,000 to $37,500.  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS - seven lots,  serviced with hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $1*1,000-$l 2,750.  /. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000,  10. FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ROAD  serviced lot, low price. $7,Q00.  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY  Beautiful 18,75dfc acre Island in Jervis Inlet with numerous good building  sites, excellont sheltered moorage and several coves. Well treed with fir,  cedar, arbutus ��� some merchantable timber. Oyster bed. Only 15 minutes  ride by fast boat from Earls Cove or Egmont. $120,000.  ACREAGE  1. Silver Sands ��� 1.82: acres. Gulf  view, 10 x 50' furnished mobile home,  small cabin. $45,000.  2. Silver ��� Sands ��� 1.6�� acres. Gulf  view, furnished 12 x 60 mobile home,  Adjoins above property. $45,000.  3. Kielndale ~ 5_fc acres on Hwy 101.  $21,000.-  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8,39 acres on,  Hwy 101. $25,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ~ 15 ocres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. Kielndale ��� 23.7 acres, .some  merchantable timber. Lots of troes for  building a log house. $50,000.  7. Francis Peninsula ��� 1.8�� acre's,  corner of of Warnock and Francis  Peninsula ftaads. $17,500.  8. KLEINDALE ��� 16�� acres,, with  creek, across Hwy 101 from Pender  Harbour  Secondary  School,   $80,000'  9. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot,  almost one acre, Good soil, selectively  cleared. $24,000.  10. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres  on Hwy 101 with 949+ sq ft 2 BR homo  with carport. Drilled well. $39,500.  11..GIBSONS��� 8.75 acres level farm  land on Pratt Road with older homo,  barn and storage shed. $55,500.  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES  5  | WATERFRONT HOMES |  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 1300dr} ft lakofront,  24+j acres, 4 BR furnished panabode,  float. $105,000.  RUBY LAKE ��� 5�� treed acres, close to  public lake access, $19,800. ���'  CARTERS LANDING ��� Saklnaw Lake.  24.0ifc acres, 1350* ft lakefront, road  access, house, crook, $133,000,  D.L. 3258 ��� betweon Saklnaw a Ruby  Lakes, 1300�� ft on Saklnaw Lake,  creek. Hallowell Rd ends at proporty,  $115,000;  RUBY LAKE��� 400 db ft lakefrontage,  5�� Ireed acres, road access. $49,500,  ^t_MsBH_lSSW ~"ffiB0S  wr~0W ^"WsjAJ&  ^H^-^^jB^msWAmmm \  HOSPITAL BAY -- 2 BR home on 50 db ft  beach lot, $57,000.  J  I  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� fi BR home,  full basement, 1,997 sq ft on main floor.  Built 1976. (Separate 7Q0' sq ft  workshop. On i22�� cholco waterfront  lot with ramp & float, $180,000,  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  i  "���Vii.rV.vtfiXJ  HASSANS STORE - Francis Peninsula."  Oeneral store, 3 BR residence, rental  house, On; 1,13+, acres with 168:fc ft  sheltered, deep waterfront, $108,000  - plus cash ��� for-ttockr'"---""'--"*^'-- '"'  MADEIRA PARK ~ vacant store bldg,  ad|olnlng living quarters. One acre  with 104'frontage on Madeira Park Rd,  Zoned R3,' $32,000,  OARDEN BAY ��� spacious 3, BR home  on 1,16 acres on Claydbn Road, On  93+ ft wqterfront with float and  boathouse. $130,000,  ���fa.  GttCKtajS  KJfejW  W4SEByiffl[5KfcWe^^ ,,���_ ,**���*; *JKT,  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  ^r  feClfV^  JU  1 I   I-   ���     I ,  .-_/-.  PageB-4  The Peninsula Timqs  Wednesday, January 10,1W9:  George Townsend 885-3345  Doug Joyce 885-2761  Bob Bull 885-2503  Jack Anderson 885-2053  Stan Anderson  885-2385  REALTY LTD.  WEST SECHELT: 9.5.acres of good farm land.  Has new 4 bdrm ranch style home. 2 ponds  supplied by\ spring water with approx 4'  ~acr"es~clea"redr balancer has so"mer_tjmberrAII~  -services on paved rd.-2 miles from Sechelt-  centre. This property has many potential  uses. . ���    '  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  . Pott Office Box 1219, Sechelt  NEW t YEAR'S   SPECIAL   -   SECHELT  , VILLAGE.  Reduced  $2000  for   lm-  medlote sale; Compare other homes   offered"In VIIla~ge~Wd"buy"th"Ts7"rfs"  }ftma>}tyf��_Toll  Fr���: 684-8016 the last _oUhe,fegrgains, _3_bdrjm,-  _ .   J J 50 sq.ft. .fireplace, deluxe carpets  7and fixtures. Sliding door to patio.&  workshop. Large laundry room, close  to.boat launch. ONLY $41,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: 3 bedroom home  -on-U67-acres.-Spacious-open-plan-  of 1320 sq ft. Has ensuite off of  master bdrm. Home has family  room & utility. Reduced  drastically,in price for immediate  sale. FP $48,000.  6+ ACRES ON REID ROAD:  Mostly clearedraome fruit trees &  yr rouffd creek. Property mostly  "lenced, front yardlandscoped &  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.  ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3  bdrm home. Immediate  possession ��� pick your own  carpets'. Try your offer to $46,000.  ?//WE,ST SECHELT: Almost new 1136  sq ft 3 bedroom home. Excellent  construction featuring wood  ceilings, skylights in bath room &  entry & large private sundeck in  area of new���homesr-Bosement  bqs Jaundry, _workshop_^and^ rec ;  room. Level, treed lot' on sewer.  Asking $59,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: 1,380 sq ft of 3  bdrm home situated in a quiet-  residential area. Full basement, 12 x  30 sundeck, cement driveway &  sunken living room. Priced to sell at  $65,000.  WATERFRONT WEST SECHELT :,Pebble  beach with your own road right to  aten���3���bdrms,���3���complete  bathrooms, recreation room, wine  cellar and lots of extras. View from  all living areas. One of the better  w^terfront_hpmes_^n^e_coasti_   SECHELT VILLAGE: Comfortable  single bedroom home, ideal for  starter or retirement. Good Size  living room with Franklin. 7x14'^  greenhouse and large steel shed.  Vendor would consider carrying  1st or A/S @ current interest  Taresr-Asktng $33,900.  WEST SECHELT: Spanish split level,  home, near new with all the extra  features. Double carport, workshop,}  3 baths, 4 bdrms, 2 fireplaces,' bay  window & a formal dining area. Good  level lot affords a view from the 2nd  floor. Tile roof. 2288 sq ft at only  PENDER HARBOU& Madeira  Casfle ��� unique home for value &  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.  REDROOFS: New waterfront 3 bdrm  home witt expansive view of  Georgia Strait and Vancouver Island.  Features shake roof, stainless steel  "Shaw" fireplace S shylight. Treed  lot. Priced at only $67,500.           GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with  modern 3 bdrm basement home.  Oil fired hot water heating, two  fireplaces, rec rm and many other  features. Approx 1 172 acres  cleared and in lawn-with���fruit-  trees and shrubs, excellent soil.  FP $68,000.  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  finished-basement- in- 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. *~ ���*'"-'-       _'" "'"���  "     . ... * -        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 & lge  sundeck. Landscaping mostly done.  Many more extras. Close to schools &  shopping. FP $54,900.  JjLi  WSm  ���J.ri"i��..- ,  " .-''���'_ ' !��� V, "���*;T*~*>t *  WEST SECHELT: 900 sq ft 2 bdrm  home on a lot that is 62x205'. Needs  some minor repairs and landscaping.  Priced to sell immediately at  $33,900.  CLOSE TO BEACH HALFMOON BAY: 4  bdrm (one in bsmt) home on large lot  close to beach, boat launching,  schools & store. 1 /50th Interest in  waterfront lot. Carport, sundeck,  landscaping done. Owner i ust sell,  bring offer to $45,500,.  COMMERCIAL    PROPERTY,".���   secheit Village ��� Fully rented  _�� mostly on lease. Shows good  return on investment. Opportunity to Invest in thls.growlng  community. Details '������>, bonafide  purchaser. Asking $120,000.  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 in finished. FP  $54,500.  REDROOFFS AREA: Wlldwood Rd., 125 x 200' level, lot, very  easy to build on, Beautiful evergreens. Priced for immediate  sale at $11,000.  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 flopr, clear span. FP  $89,900.  DAVID BAY MOTEL: 10 s.c. units plus owner's home. 4 lots  fronting on Highway 101 & beach, 351.47' frontage/Large  workshop A storage. Selling under assessed value. $225,000.  Terms.        '  SECHELT. VILLAGE: Walk to shopping.  Large kitchen with lots of cupboards,  .,utility���T<5om, .tjuvo bedcoonujLf arport,-  level'Tot. $46",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 basically finished. Full Price  $65,900.  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE: 3  bedroom, 1400 sq ft full basement  - home with spacious llvlng-dlnlng  room. Fireplaces up and down plus  extra flue In basement. Open  staircase to rec room, extensive  cedar work inside and good kitchen  cupboards. Large carport with  storage and 22 x 45' swimming pool,  Approx 3 acres-1 landscaped lawn.  Orch'ard, fishpond, year round creek,  organic   garden,   greenhouse   and  complete privacy. FP $91,000.  ���.    ." &  SEMI-RETIREMENT MJSINfiSS GOING CONCERN $74,800.FULL FRICi  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATION!  Both of these sites are Ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer S  12 dryers In one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers In 2nd location.  All equipment in top condition, Stores are clean and newly decorated.  Gross revenue approx $2800 per month. For further Information call'J.  Anderson   or   Bob   Bull   885-3211, Vane. 684-8016.  LOTS  SECHELT WATERFRONT: Two lots on Boulevard St. 70' x 129',  Each treed & Sewered, Asking $40,000 per lot.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach &  golf course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  "Offices af;   ~ "    "  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  Glbspns  Toll Froo: 682-1513  Phono *  886-2234  CONVEYANCING   -   REAL.   ESTATE   CONSULTING  Offices" of;" " - - " "  DENTAL BLOCK  Gibsons  Toll Free 682-'l513         Phono  AND UNDDEVE-LOPMENT LTD:        ftftf_.2277  ILR. 2. Gibsons, B.C., VON 1V0 WW *** f  APPRATSTVLS-~~MORTGAGKr.NOTARY PUBLIC  Si .- --  HOMES  H'OPCAR'LAT^ErTKreeTie'a^oorrrKome with"  _twoJiteplaces. EnsulteJivmaster bedroom^-  Full unfinished basement, double windows,  ' This home Is in a very convenient location  close to all amenities. $48,500.  "POPLAR LANE: Brand new three bedroom.  -home, ensuite, full basement.' Walking  distance to schools, shopping and  recreatiOnrFantasfic "price fbrcTnew home  of this size. $45,900.  YMCA ROAD: Ranch style home with four  -bedrooms-and-family-room.-Ihrough,hall,_  dining space, large kitchen and living room  with fireplace. Nicely landcaped lot with  child's play house. $49,500.  A *  POPLAR LANE: Three bedrooms, master has  'ensuite, .Nice bright.kitchen. No.need ioria  second car in this convenient .location.  $47,500.  FRONTAGE   RD:   Langdale.   Something  -^peciqH~Spaclo*i57~de!uxe-fami1y-home~iTT-  quiet ojea on a fabulous view lot with at-  tractivelandscaplng" and "rock- walls." For-  extra comfort and convenience there are  thermo windows throughout, efficient hot  water heating, air conditioning, intercom, __  Jenn-Air   range,   built-in   oven   and  dish-  --washerr expensive light fixtures, 200 amp  service,  ana^many" mdre~~flri��r"featuresr"  located close to school and wtyhin easy  walking distance to ferry terminal. All this  .for the price of $84,900.  HILLCREST RD: Cozy two bedroom home'on  ~50"x-76B"ldirCledTed~with~large evergreens  in the back. Close to schools and Shopping.  $28,500.  DAVIS ROAD: Ideal starter or retirement  home. Only two blocks from schools and  shopping. Thls^three bedroom home has  "everything ~ybu~_need "for"comfort arid"  convenience. The carport could easily be  converted to a family room and a separate  carport could be built on many sites within.'  the extra, large landscaped lot. $37,900.  CRUCIL ROAD: Big Fqmily? Then this four  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  horfle you're looking for. Full basement with  rec room, Utility and roughed-in plumbing.  Intercom'inside and out. Large sundeck over  ��� carport.���This^home is located_oir"a quiet"  Secluded view lot, yet convenient to the  Village of Gibsons. Special price $56,000.  [NORTH ROAD: Immaculate 1974 Neon ex  mobile home set op on jandscaped 50' 139  pad in Comeau Trailer Court."$"12,900.  OSHEA   ROADu Small    home    close    to  shopping, schools and transportation, good  -flat-land.' 2 bdrms,Jdegl fqrj-etJremenLojLCL  CHEKWELP: Prime waterfront on Chekwelp  Indian Reserve. Three bedrooms, stone  fireplace. A truly beautiful spot. $36,750.  1402 ALDERSPRING ROAD: Two storey  home on quiet cul de sac with view  overlooking Gibsons Harbour. Three  bedrooms on main floor. Fully furnished  suite on ground floor. Completely fenced  ' and in lawn. Close to park, tennis courts and  shopping. $47,500.  young couple starting out. FP $29,500 with  mortgage available.  HANBURY ROAD: Panabode home featuring  stain glass windows, skylights, and shake  roof situated on 12 acres in Roberts Creek.  Flume Creek runs through middle of  property which includes A-frame guest  cottage-and 16 x 16 workshop with 220  wiring.' Partially cleared and fenced with  vegetable garden. $67,500.  PRATT ROAD: 2.87 acres out of the ALR with  _road_all_owance at_back_of_property..House  Incompletely remodelled inside. Attractive  "fireplace," knotty pine" kitcfierirthree large  bedrodms and den. $55,000..  JOE ROAD: Roberts Creek: This is a well  kept three bedroom family home in a treed  setting of 1.55 acres. Home features large  rec^oomjn the basement plus a spare room  which could bea 4th" bedroom and lots" of  storage space. Separate dining room.  $53,900.  DAVIS-4-SHAW-ROADnV-GoldMedallion-  four bedroom family home. Three levels of  luxurious living. Four ' bedrooms, two  bathrooms, two hot water tanks. Family  j:o^rn,_r_ec_roorfl_and.utilify^-Double_glazed..  windows and separate entrance to  basement. $57,000.  FORBES & THOMPSON ROAD: Excellent  home. Very attractive brick front. Extra  insulation. Three, bedroom, full basement,  dining room. Two fireplaces^ $65,000.  PARK & REID ROAD: Spacious home  featuring three bedrooms. Living room and  dining room. Large kitchen. Basement has  separate suite and large 36 x 13 garage. 20  x 14 rec room. $56,000.  ~PARK~ROADr"Three-be"dro"0"m"1iome~oir"5"  acres in Gibsons. Property on both sides are  also for sale making a total of 15 acres  available for future development. A good  -holding _prop5rly._$7_9,5i)0._   SHAW ROAD: Incredible potential. Ranch  style two bedroom home, completely  remodelled. 16 x 12' master bedroom,  fireplace, beautifully landscaped and.  fenced grounds. Evergreen hedges add to  the seclusion and privacy of this hobby farm  with three outbuildings. But that's not all!  The property is 5 acres with spectacular  view from over half the property. Fronts on  Show Road with Stewart Road dedicated on  the view face. Zoned R1 in the'Village of  Gibsons. $79,900.  CHAMBERIIN ROAD: Executive home on  acreage over 2100 square feet of floor  area. Two fireplaces, formal living room  and dining roqm. Family room and eating  areq. Double attached garage all on 4.38  acres. Unreplaceable at $97,500.  JlQBERIS_CREEK:Ashort drive through_parkr_  like area then over your own creek and  behold a two bedroom home nestled on the  edge of approximately two acre clearing in  pasture  and   gardens   with   sunny  south  "slope: Wo"6de"d<irecrto~wesrrounds out the"  total of 5 acres. One of a kind offered at  $80,000.  PRATT ROAD: 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 &  shrubs. All this on 1.16 acres with subdivision potential. $44,900.  m  , n*'  1 *$,-">? iy��_'��-< /'^n.V'..  r**>%bfaF?&*jr?;''*��?  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'deal 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 setup S 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. ������".'���  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  School. $11,900.  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of%an acrfe with a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge. This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  property. AJI hew homes in this area.  $14,900.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block fc>  beach. Full view of the Inlet. Piped corf-  munlty water available. $9,900.  POPLAR LANE: Village lot handy to all  amenities. 65 x 135. Very reasonably priced  at $8,900.  GLASSFORD RD: This must be the best buy  on the market. 63 x 160' cleared. Sewer and  water connected,.Cul vert and fill. Ready to  build. $10,000.  BURNS RD: Good building lot 65 x 130, on  flat land In Gibsons Village. Four blocks  from Post Office, stores and transportation.  Lightly treed. Three blocks from ocean. All  services available. $11,000,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 sq ft 2 bdrm home with appliance*, All wall to wall carpet. Cozy & Inexpensive to heat,  Concrete driveway and parking slab. Fir Road location, FP  $43,500, terms.  I  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME; a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2  bedroom home close to the beach at Chapman Creek, No  stairs, electric heat, double glazing. Government prepaid  .loose ha��,J9,Y��c��rs^fo-run,iiFPn$32,000,  ACREAGE  MIDDLEPOINT; 17-1/2 acres of beautifully freed view  property, with 300 foot highway frontage, Zoning permits  1/2 acre lots ��� excellent holding property. FP $45,000.  Terms.  SECHELT VILLAGE; 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will  eventually have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to  $33,000>  REDROOFFS; 4 side by side view lots, edch 1.18 acres with  100 feet road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000  each.   . ��� ___. . ,  ,  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x 105', close to beach  ,r access. Property is sloping to the south. Paved road. Asking  $15,000.   REDROOFFS AREA: Approx one treed acre. 99' on Redrooffs  Rd, Close to beach and boat launch. Fully serviced. Full price  only $10,500   DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT: Easy terms -- 20% down 8. the  balance over easy payments op this southern exposure view  lot. Excavation and clearing have been done, FP $11,750  SOUTHWOOD ROAD; Close to 1/2 aero. Level building lot,  Hydro and regional water at road. Check A comparo, Attractively priced at $9,450,  APPROXIMATELY'3 ACRES; Treed, (Jentle, southerly slope.  260' highway frontage. Some merchantable timber, Handy  location, close to Joe Road, FP $31,000,  BUSINESS BLOCK  A LITTLE GOLDMINE; Sechelt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excellent gross profit, Living accommodation on site for the new ownors at very little extra,  Going concorn 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, .,.,.,���"���,  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,  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT; Sechell Village ��� 62,5 x 120', Ready for  building, Owner will trade as part down paymont on home,  Value $11,300.     ' j   WEST SECHELT; Large .68 acres (100 x 293) view lot on  Norwest Bay Rd, Level and easy to build on. Regional water,  cablevlslon, Offers to $1B,QQQ,  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT; Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner  location, easy access, Excellent view of Trail Island.  FP  $15,300.         ,   WILSON CREEK; On Browning Rd, a 73 x 138' view lot only  300' from beach, road access. Th> lot l�� 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 loll Over 150' road jrontage,  Large enough 1o assure privacy, FP $16,800.   REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 80x414' ��� Great view with oil  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. FP; $36,300,  REDROOFFS; Large lot, 80x256', some tree*, southern ex-  fse^we ^t�� Co��e*r l>oW. ��e��lw<-^ to $e,900 tof <swkit >��!��.  VIEW LdfST SANiSy HOOK���-"take"your"choice"of"3,"priced'  low to sell at $8050 & $8150. Owner will look at reasonable  offers fo those low prices,  GOWER PT RD at 15th; 1/2 acre waterfront  view lot. Building site has been excavated  and septic tank and field In and approved.  Steep to beach but has walkable path in.  Hydro and water In. $29,500.  PRATT RD: Near Cedar Grove School. This  lot is cleared and ready to build on. Mature  fruit trees dot this 76 x 125lot! $13,300.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130,  Close to shopping and the ocean, Sewer  easement of 10' on s.e. 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  -slle; Excellent view; ONLY 40 FEET FROM  THE WATER. You must see this lot to fully  appreciate the value, $12,000.  CHASTER ROAD; Nicety treed building lot In  area of new homes. Size 67 x 123. $9,900.  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100x230 lot on the  south side of Southwood Rood, Create your  own estate on this half acre. $10,500,  ELPHINSTOtfE AVE; $1,000,000 view.  Located on Elphlnstone Avenue at Granthams, Has lane at back, Suit two storey  home with fevel entry at front, $9,300.  SMITH ROAD: Good view lot 123 x 165 with  a good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view, $14,600. *     ���  POPLAR LANEt Good building lot on quiet  street. Close to shopping and schools, All  services Including sewer, $13,300,  SECHELT INLET ESTATES: 3 building lots  on Sandy Hook Road, Water, hydro and  telephone to each lot. These lots have a  spectacular view of Porpoise Bay and are  only 4-1/2 miles from Sechelt. One priced at  $8,900 and the other 2 at $10,000..  SKYLINE DR: This 70 x 59 x t3/| x 122 ft lot  with expansive view of the Bay Area and  Gibsons Village Is very wolf priced,  $11,500.   1 i���  POPLAR LANE: Beautiful flat building lot  with view of North Shore Mountains.  Located on the end of a quiet cul de sac,  only 1 block to Sunnycrest Mall Shopping  Centre and schools. All services including  sewer. Ad|acent to grass playing field.  $14,900,  ABBS ROAD: View of Bay Area and Georgia  Strait is yours from this beautiful lot In area  of elaborate homes. Two blocks to schools  and shopping, $18,900,  SIMPKINS RD; Half acre view lot In Davis  Bayl 100 x 220' approximate size. A few  hundred feet to sandy beach, school & store,  Level land with a few evergreens, $16,500.  TRAIL ISLANDS: Large waterfront lot with  small cove for moorage, Beautiful view on  three sides. Excellent fishing spot on your  doorstep. Call and let us show you this  waterfront retreat. $17,900.  LANGDALE RIDGE SUBDIVISION: Fantastic  view lots. An area of now and varied  homos, These lots offer themselves to many  different building locations, Enk>y privacy  and tho view ol Howe Sound, Priced from  $12,900,  HILLCREST ROAD: Only $3,000 down!  Balance by agreement for Sale will purchase one of these beautiful view lots at the  end of q quiet cul-de-sac. All underground .  service so there is.nothing to mar the view.  These lots are cleared and ready to build���  on. The ravine in front will ensure your  privacy. These lots represent excellent  value. Price from $13,900.  SCHOOL & WYNGART ROADS: Only 4 of  these duplex lots left. Beautiful view  properties overlooking the Bay. Close to  schools and shopping. All lots perfectly  suited to slde-by-side or up-down duplex  construction. Price at $15,500 and $16 500  SKYLINE DR: Irregular shaped lot with great  view of Village, the.Bay, wharf and boats.  An area of very nice homes. 100 feet on  Skyline Drive. Approximately 180 feet In  depth. $13,500.  SOAMES POINT: View lot on Marine Drive  south of Soames Road. Landscaped In front,  like, Stanley Park In back. $10,500.  HOPKINS LANDING: View lot c/w 5 x 12'  Insu I ated shed, has chemlcql toilet. You can  live on lot while 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  OIBSONSi 4,6 acres of excellent holding  property close to Soames Point, Partlal[y  cleared. Try your offers. $27,500,  MAHAN ROADi Acreage next to village  boundary. 2,16 acres of newly subdivided  land located on Mohan Rood. Property has  several springs on it and Is fairly level,  Offers to $38,000,    '  MASKELL ROAD: 1.44 acres of subdlvldable  property on Moskell Rood and Lower  Roberts Creek Road. Zoning allows for 1/2  acre average, This Is a quiet rural area onl>  3 miles, from Gibsons, $19,900.  L0RRIEGIRARD  816-7760  JON McRAE  M5-3670  ANNE GURNET      CHRIS MNMINEN     ARNE PETTERSEN     JAYVISSER  M6-2164       '     $85-3545  ...11*9713, W-330Q  DAVE RODENTS  'V-  BEACH AVE: 87.5 x 208 lot, mostly cleared  with decorative trees' left. Culvert and  driveway. Close to park and beach access.  $15,000.  GIBSONS VILLAGE: We offer you 1/3 of an  acre of park-like property located within  Gibsons Village. Has creek flowing through  this secluded private area. Needs  Imaginative owner to bring out full  potential. Offers to $10,500.  FIRCREST RD: Over 20 nicely treed building  lots to choose from. 61 x 131. We will  arrange to havo a home built for you;  Located a short drive dpwn Pratt Road,  Priced at $9,700 each.  ���I  i  s  t  )  ' 4   '-X :'���  . i  ���  ..  i  JL  =��  The balaJice iietween e^thetfcs and ein  ent  ,..o~  , There is a fine line between  a city concentrating on being  "attraetive^nd-^-eity^eon-  " centrating on boing attractive  to both people and--industry.  Esthetics are important,  but  so  are  jobs.   Unless  residents' have secure' employment^ there is ho money'  -to-spend on7environmental-  considerations and services.  Officials in all levels' of  government must- effect the  balance that will ensure our  Sensible house hunting  House hunting can be a  satisfying experience if you go  about it sensibly, Since the  purchase of a home is the  . largest   investment   most  -familiesever makertake the-  ' -time- to keep a checklist of -  ^ properties you see ~Your "  ' salesman would be happy to  give you a Real Estate Board  pamphlet   called  a   Wise  -Homebuyers Guide_-=_where  . you can tot .k in the condition  and features of each house for  later comparison. The heating  system, structural condition,  plumbing, insulation, and  design features should be  noted. The price and monthly  payments should be recorded  and special features like  schools; recreational facilities-  and transportation should, be  added. DoTi't^-"overlook  anything .. .don't be afraid to  ask your sales representative  any pertinent questions.  _tareful_shpppi_ng__with _Jhe_  help of your real estate representative can lead you to a  successful conclusion in  finding the right home.  province has the air, land and  water quality we recognize for  environmental purposes,..but-  they :must  also.-make the  climate .attractive   for  the  location "of  industries   thatl  provide on-going employment  and a guaranteed tax base.  Another "   priority     is'  protection of industry and jobs  Jhat_ate-jJrjeady���in.,.British_.  Columbia, so closures do riot  affect the security of citizens  -now -5sta.blished, __-_. ...--.  Leadership should come  from Regional Districts where  planning and co-ordinating  programs for all of British  Columbia would assure that  environmetaV demands are  met, but employment_op-  pprtunities_ are npMoriptteni.  Infill housing alternatives available  -"I'm sorry, Donald, yott're  half carat too^shortf'r'   With pressure building to  solve the problem 'bf-  ^reasonably priced'^, housing,.,  consideration should be given  the proposals.in;the report,  Successful Examples Of  Neighbourhood Infill,  released by. the Real Estate  Board. "       -     -   ..  Alternative    forms,  of  -housing ~that--*allows^-the  amenities  of. "single  family  homes, are zero  lot line  ���develp43me^its_ajBd_cluster__  ��� housing comprising duplexes,  ^triplexes and fourplexes.  . iyiost suburban residential  neighbourhoods contain land  that is-vacant, and utilization  of this land for infill with in-  ./novative housing could be the  r- answerv   Now that "the B.C.  Government has-" announced,  -PJL^tocrease_to fifty six  thousand in price ceilings for  second mortgages, central  city arid suburban medium  density infill units could be  available .to many more  family, housing   consumers.   For Quick Results .   Ut*Ttnwi~Adbrlefst -  COURTESY-  IS  CARING  CANADA SAFETY COUNCIL  1765^T"IVAURENT BOULEVARD ���  OTTAWA. ONTARIO  KIG.W4  _s  \  '*40l[U&*  885-3295  Von. Direct  681-7931  Where Real-Estate Is serlou�����but a pleasure  Bo* 979 Sechelt7 BTCr VON 3A0  "Nexf to-the^ulf-'Station���   HOMES  ACREAGE  RECREATIONAL  LOTS  HOMES  J WATERFRONT ACREAGE       $89,500  |l789^cTe7wale7fronrancl an elegant  2 bdrm home. Kitchen spacious and  bright, Jenn-oire range, built-in oven)  dishwasher. Open living & dining  orea^oyfirlQol��ing^water _- &^ Islands,-  Bathroom beautifully designed With  o sauna, sunken tub & double sinks.  Large utility with a ' shower &  separate entrance. Phone -Suzanne  Dunkerton for more juicy details on  this home)  INFLATION FIGHTER   $28,500.  Start the New Year right by giving,  up paying rent) You can move  into this immaculate three  bedroom 1974 Chancellor mobile  home and enjoy Jiving on your'  own half acre landscaped  property, while .land values increase. Please calf' Corry Ross.  RARE FIND  -$l��,000.,-  1.3 quiet acres of rural solitude  with private driveway .'Well treed  145 x 403 located in excellent  area above Stockwell's In East  EprpQlsft,J3oy. Call Terrj Hgnsgn^  TUWANEK. $19,500  Ideal   weekend   retreat.   Furnished  -cabin-on-treed lotrClose~to"be"achr  Buy for privacy br investment. Must  be "seen. Call Terri to view.   WATERFRONT-���  REDROOFFS , $7500  Nice level lot with easy access. Call  "Ann-Ibbitson. ' -,_  POPULAR DAVIS BAY $16,000  Large view lot with easy'access. Call  Ann Ibbitson.  "BUILDING?  GIBSONS r ..���_��� ___ ,$85.500_  targe modern house with view."  Basement set up & used as hair-  dressing salon ��� could be in-law  suite. Extra wide lot for privacy oc  may be subdivided off. Excellent  financing Is assumable. Call Ann  Ibbitson.       f  RURAL RANCH6R $110,000  East Porpoise Bay: Three acres* of  corner property located close to  Sechelt. This_excel|ent .acreage.is_  mice ly-developed~ with ~o-quality-~4~  bdrm home, workshop* guest cabin,  private revenue suite, four-car  garage, vegetable garden, corral and  outbuildings. To see this special  property, call Don Sutherland.  $1375.00"  ROBERTS��EEK  Tots of possibilities for the handyman   in_lhls_ oldet-2. bdrm_home._ Larg'e-  ��� private view lot which could be a  gardener's delight. Kitchen in large 5  convenient. Living room is spacious S  cozy with an acorn fireplace & slate  patio out the sliding doors. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton.  ROBERTS CREEK       -~ $46,500."  Three bdrm family home on Beach  Avenue. Lprge living room and  unique kitchen with a nook. This  property  has  lots of potential  for  -someone with ideas. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton for viewing.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $89,500  With beach access & good moorage  in Langdale. Spectacular view of  Gambier 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 Terri Hanson  for more details.  $40,500        GIBSONS  -$49,500r  Well designed family home in quiet  neighbourhood. Three bedrooms up  and possible one down. Spacious  living room with a fireplace, large  kitchen with lots of cupboards and  counter space. Basement with a bar  is 3/4 finished. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton to view.  ROBERTS CREEK VIEW   , $45,000  ^Located     on     child-safe     semi-  ' waterfront cul de sac near school and  store. This 3 bdrm two-storey home  features fireplaces In both living and  rec rooms, plus a family sized dining  room. A good home'at a realistic  -pricg.-Call-Corry-Ross;   GAMBIER ISLAND $65,000  l/2,acre of sunny privacy. Enjoy the  ocean view from the sundeck of this  quality constructed home - 1,372 sq  HOMES  FAIRVIEW RD, GIBSONS        $87,950  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 joyx 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  " arearCall DorrSutherland:  ft. of comfortable. living space on  each floor. A few of the features are  wall to wall throughout, wet bar, 2  1/2 baths, plus 2 fireplaces. All  appliances, some furnishings &  drapes are included. Truly a bargain.  Call Terri Hanson for appointment to  SELMA PARK $51,500  Immaculate 4 bdrm home, with coom  jfor a growing family. 1 and 1/2  bathrooms, fireplace, mud room,  finished rec room, workshop, sundeck, landscaped lot, fenced, carport  and to top all this off a beautifully  relaxing view of Trail Islands. Call  - Suzanne Dunkerton -for a tour and  information.  SAKINAW LAKE only $7,000  Your hideaway ��� water access only.  Call Ann Ibbitson.  ���TSANDYHdOK1^^-^1 r~ $27;500.:  Well located view lot approximately  \ 70 x 200' on Coracle Rd. Sign on. Call  Corry Ross.  HOME BY THE SEA $79,500  West Coast look ��� hardwood'dining  - room floors, 3 bdrms, 2 bthrms. Full  value"hereTCairAnn Ibbitson.  PEACEFUL SURROUNDINGS  high 20s  Make these two side by side  waterfront lots a buy. Deep  moorage. For info call Ann Ibbitson.  SECRET COVE $68,900  Approx 370' of waterfront with SW  exposure. Older 2 bdrm cottage,  private dock with good sheltered  moorage. Call Corry Ross.  COMMERCIAL  RETIREMENT SPECIAL $225,000  20"ffad"trailer���co"ufi~plus"a 3 bdrm"  home, deep swimming  pool, good  income,   little  work.   Call   Ann   Ibbitson.  LOTS  WEST PORPOISE BAY $25,500  Extra large lot ready to give you  privacy, view & use a marina at the  bottom of your garden. Semi-  waterfront. Call Ann Ibbitson.  'Look at this chunk of good earth In  West Sechelt. Call Ann Ibbitson for  directions.  _ SELMA PARK- _-_l~ -_- -_-_ $ 12,300 =--  Large building lot in developed area.  Some lovely trees. Build at the-back &  retain  your  privacy.  Coll   Suzanne  Dunkerton.  "CHERYL-ANN PARK RD. $ 15,500.  A view-a creek -centrally located in  _fioberts_Cr.eekJ-��4 feet of creekside -  164 feet deep - prime residential lot.  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 Inlet on this large building  Jot. Suzanne Dunkerton.  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a, view.  Hydro & water available. 8x12 shed  ���to-rematn-rCall Terri Hanson.  DAVIS BAY $15,000  Close to store and just a short walk  to the beach. You could build your  _t new. home i_n_this popular area. Call  Don Sutherland.  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.  DON SUTHERLAND  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver  3343 Kingsway  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  Surrey  10474 137th Street  Lang ley  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION. SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL, SYSTEM  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  We Are As Close As Your Phone  $85-2235 p) Ejo-E-  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  Sechelt  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  A GIFT THAT CANNOT BE DESTROYED        #4032  Give a gift to your son or daughter for as low as $4950. This  lot is on a corner, has hydro and piped water. Only at  Tuwanok will you find such a price. Coll TINY BOB, 885-2235  (24 hr��,) ,  ESPECIALLY FOR THE BOATER  #4019  Want aplace to keep that boat the year round? Inner Pender  Harbour's the place, and we have the easy access waterfront  lot. Just $34,500 FP, TINY BOB, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  3 BEDROOM- BEAT f HE RENT #4024  About 4 yaars old, like new condition, this Is a fine family  home. Master bedroom, ensuite, the kitchen has eating area,  also separate dining room. Water view living room has  corner fireplace to supplement electric heating. All hydro  Feb. to Aug. 1978 averaged |ust $35,50 per month. Unfinished basement for your completion. Has 10-3/4%  mortgage. Asking $56,500. View with PETER SMITH, 885-  2233 (24 hrs.;  VIEW THIS LOT I #4030  From lit strategic location, this 90 x 135' lot offers a spectacular view plus the convenience of schools, shopping and  the ferry, Be sure to see this one at $) 5,300 then make your  offer to BERT WALKER, 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  A CABIN, AN ACRE & YOU #4047  3 year old country beauty with 1 bedroom, warmed by rustic  surroundings, Quaint greenhouse A other outbuildings,  driveway,,pjcjilcbenches ��tc, Setting assur" a moa��uxo,of  privacy, let's see It together. FP $29,930. Call TINY BOB, 885-  2233 24 hrs,)  BIG LEVEL DAVIS BAY LOT #3848  It Is big���- V1 x 193', ��atv to build on, wonderful view. A few  maplei to remove and blackberries, and start building, FP  $14,500. PETER SMITH, 083-2235 (24 hrs.)  DAVIS BAY HOME #4013  Newly ntw? weir built home with garage under and double  width driveway feature,* ample living area. Two finished  floors with 3 bedrooms up and completely self-contained In*  law suite on the lower level, So conveniently located too with  shopping and beach' |ust two blocks away, Try your offer on  the $66,500 ashing price, DERT WALKER, 803-2233 (24 hrs)  IMMINENTLY PRACTICAL #3976  4 bedroom home, 1 full bath, 2 half, plus single shower,  sauna A iwlrlpool, Large master bedroom with ensuite,  acorn||rep|a9f and picture window (poking oyer harbour,  and 'mountain*,' $49,06.  mortgage of  123,000 can be  assured, JACK WARN, 083-2233 (24 hrs,)  Ruth Moore      Don Lock      Peter Smith  *W_Me(lfcll^^^'***^**P,fteWI^^  DID YOU  THE BEST WAY TO BUY REAL ESTATE  IS THROUGH THE YELLOW PAGES  OF OUR FREE CATALOGUE.  CALL US AND ONE OF OUR  KNOWLEDGABLE REPRESENTATIVES  WILL DELIVER ONE TO YOU ANYWHERE  THE LOWER SUNSHINE COAST-  ' JOHN R. GOODWIN  NEW YEAR TREAT #4037  Very desirable, nearly level, lightly treed lot io convenient to  ,golflng, fishing or shopping, At $11,900 this Is a bettor buy.  Make your offer to BERT WALKER, 883-2238 (2'4 hrs.)  SELMA PARK, LARGE HOUSE WITH A VIEW #3942  This I* a large 4 bedroom home with 1 full bath and 2-1/2  baths. Free-standing fireplace In huge living room, large  recreation room In basement, large carport, well kept  garden* with fish pond, Lot sine 97 x 133', Asking $60,000,  JIM WOOD, 003-2233 (24 hr��.)  WEST SECHELT #3683  large 1/3 acre lot hanouthilope with potential, Oulf view  a* area develop*, Hydro, water, phone and cable TV on  paved road, FP $11,000, DON HADDEN, 883-2233 (24 hrs,)  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE   \ #3992  Possible subdivision, excellent location, quiet, secluded, well  treed, clot* to good beach with easy access for fishing or  swimming. This 8 acres of level land has 301' road frontage.  Give me a call and try your offer asking $49,000, JIM WOOD,  803-2233 (24 hrs.)  3 VIEW LOTS #4044/45/46  In a row, close to beach, modrage and walking trail*, Great  view of mountains q,nd Sechelt Inlet. All service* along paved  rond, Buy the throe with your friends for only $9,000 each.  Call DON HADDEN, 003-2233 (24 hr*.)  SECHELT LOT #3866  Level lot, Nlcelnlit view, all local service*. All new horn���� In  area. Lot slue 70 x 128', FP $12,000. DON HADDEN, 088-2233  (24hr��.) ,..���    Don Hadden  885-9504  ,i������f*W!^5^W%��i*.te*K*W*a'j  rf".*U.*f^-i',>www*M*j*W^^^  Jim Wood  8852571  Bert Walker  <**< i> vft***W4 we.**- t*iiwi  Jack Warn       Bob Kent  MAKE A DOLLAR #3912  Two thousand feet of living space and carport. 2-1/2 baths,  two brick fireplaces, Four bedrooms and two workshops. Not  finished but a rare buy for someone, with 5 new appliances  Included. JACK WARN, 883-2235 (24 hrs.)  VIEW LOT , #4021  Large lot suitable for home or double wide. Enhanced by  grand view of Sechelt Inlet on paved road. Water, hydrant,  power & phone at road. Zoned R2. Try your offer to $9,000.  DON HADDEN, 883-2233 (24 hrs.)  LEVEL WEST SECHELT LOT #3968  Area of fine homes, build your dream on this large 80 x 140'  lot, with trees to save for beauty. All service at roadside, FP  |ust $12,800. PETER SMITH, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  LARGE WOODED LOT #3961  Only $8,000 for this serviced lot. Zoned for trailers, Partial  sea view and close to Tllllcum Marina. JACK WARN, 885-  2233 (24 hrs.)  QUIET 3 BEDROOM #4012  Ravine next door, guarantees privacy on this dead end street,  Water view, and beach access |ust acron the road. Home 3  years old, In Immaculate copdltlon, heated by electric forced  qlr, plus acorn type fireplace. Separate dining room, living &  kitchen all with view. Basement and metal garden shed, All  this for $46,900. PETER SMITH, 085-2238 (24 hr*.;  TWENTY M|LE VIEW  : #3986  Two side by side lots, 73 x 120', only brush to clear. Water,  power & phone, Only $8,500 each, JACK WARN, 888-2233  (24 hrs.)  REDROOFFS ACREAGE #3939  Oentle sloped 1-1/2 acres of park-like property. Fully serviced, on blacktop road, size 100 x 662', Ideal for that  country *tyle privacy. Asking $19,900. JIM WOOD, 083-2235  (24 hr*,) ,  A WHOLE DARNED LOTI #3969  Indeed I You will have nearly 13 acres and over 660 ft  seafrontoge. Just as close a* spit to Pender Harbour, Faint  hearts,don t apply, you need 80 down on FP $173,000. If  you're game give me a call 088-2238, BOD KENT (Tiny) (24  A WOODEN SPRING? #3990  Put an "Aldersprlng" In your address for only $11,499 FP.  (Xiria* priced to clear), Well cleared, mo��tly fenced, ready to  hook to sewer & other local services, 300 metres to the sea  harbour, R.B. (Tiny) BOB KENT, 888-2238.  John R. Goodwin  H i*ri-����*te'.Bn*��*iii'��  885-2456  rfwWfW*!*^-  rfy*�� Ml i* (fcjtfW*!^!*,..  Brian Coyle  8852235 <  L-A.  ���%=-  e'JB-6 The Peninsula TJmes^  Wednesday, January 10,1979  LET YOURSELF GO DOWNHILL  ; pstmapacum  Fitness. In your heart ypu know ��P�� right  Celebration replaces Concern on Sundays  '#  AM RADIO  ...Celebration Sunday 9:05 p.m. This  Series replacing Concern is produced, by  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  8854271  1ANGDALE  $34,000  .Large, spacious, 2-bedroom home on 85' x 165' lot. Large kit  chen, dining room, sundeck, cdcport, 2 fireplaces, 2 bathrooms  finished basement. Price includes fridge, stove, washer and  -dryerrCall-Larry-Reardon-885-9320T-:- ��� -t--^S.  SARGENT ROAD GIBSONS $13,900  'Magnificent ocean view lot. Fully serviced, on sewer. 65 x 110'.  i  Close to all amenities. Builder's terms available. Larry Reardon,  885-9320.  r ROBERTS CREEK jETou"  , 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. - - .    *--   i _  UP ft DOWN DUPLEX $49,500    .  Large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  ���acre nearTRoberts-Creek-on-Highway-l 01 .-Vendor-will-consider���  offers., EdI Bakej;, 885-264K  _________  , DAVIS BAY DAVIS BAX $42(ooo  Attractive and well-kept 2 bdrm rancher. LR with fireplace. Both  bedrooms large, kitceen has plenty of cupboards, utility wired  for washer & dryer. Stove, fridge, all drapes Included, landscaped grounds and workshop. Close to beach, A home you  should see. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  EASY TERMS SANDY HOOK $.,000 DOWN  $175 per month buys you a terrific large view'lot. Ideal rock  r "outcrop'to'build on. storage shed on property. FP $13,500. C.  Dowman,, 885-9374.  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT $15,500 ft $8,500  '  At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ waterfront lot, close to road  ancl-a^iolmng-wHh^n^xc"ellent"view-lot'thot~Jies_HSxt_to"B.T.  Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  TUWANEK  1/3RDACRE Offers $15,000  ~' Only half block to marina. Level, treed lot with water S hydro.  .   Lots of privacy. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374  SECHELT  rSECHELT VILLAGE: 3 bdrm sparkler,  Charming & immaculatew-dining-rm-  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.  WEST SECHELT  1/2 ACRE LOT $13,500  Cleared  and  ready tor build  on.   Serviced,   including  cable.  Nickerson Road. Ed Baker 885-2461.  $18,500  VALUE VALUE VALUE      [".    '   ���  Everywhere you look there Is value in this truly beautiful home. Cathedral entrance, 3  bedrooms; 2 fireplaces, lge rec room, workroom plus one bdrm suite downstaJrs.Nlcely    -  landscaped and the price has been REDUCED to $57,000.' Call Larry .Reardon to see 886-  9320=���' ;-,-��� ���    ���   " '      '  REDROOFFS /HALFMOON BAY AREA   -  WELCOME WOODS $9,500 ft $9,760  Two extra large lots, 125 x 200'. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  _____ $13,500  ���*eoutlfuL-1/2^cre-loHoade"d"w1trTlreeTon blacKfc^FroadrwItrr  hydro and water. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  HALF ACRE LOT $15,000  ' Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road and the road to  Sargent Bay. Serviced with hydro and water. Larry Reardon, 885-  9320.  ~"~ ~ $127500  150 x 70, zoned R2, trailers  John Reeves with hosts Warren Davis and  Bronwyn Drainey but appears, to be  separate from the FM series of the same  name heard Sundays at 10:05 p.m. This  Ireek'AM'listeners canhear a radio version of The Power and the Glory by  _Graham_Greene with. Jon Granik as the  Police lieutenant and.David Hughes the  priest.  FM RADIO  Wednesday Ideas 8:04 p.m. Goodbye  War first of a six part series���everything  you want to know about war and why there  -won?^be-anomet-rBigj:W_iiLjB^Dead  historian A.J.P. Taylor, concludes the  technology of killing has become too  destructive to use. . _   . _  One to One 9:04 p.m. Art is a Many  Splendoured Thing, Ephraim. Kishon's  artistTwhb have. donaW&WtaTeW to  celebrate the U.N.'s'International Year of  the Child. Host David Frost-stars, Abba,  Bee Gees, Kris Kristofferson, Elton John,  'OUviaNewton-John,-John Denver. =-  Sunday Snperspecial 8 p.m. Anne  -Murrayin Jamaica. . .    _      _   _  The Albertians 9 p.m. part 1 of a 3 part  drama���Leslie Neilson plays Don  Macintosh, an aggressive ihdustrialistf  Gary Reineke is Peter Wallen a dynamic  yolmg~biisWess" n%an"an^" Veteral^acBf"  George Waight is Carl Hardin, a rugged  independent rancher struggling to hold his  land. Other actors include George Clutesi,  Albert Angus, Frances Hyiand:   Monday. Man Alive 10:30 p.m. The  Loyal Orange _Qrder-=has it run _outJof  time?     "'"~  Hint to waste-watchers: You can use lower  light levels.in rooms decorated in light  colors. .. l  REDROOFS  Nor West Bay Rd. wooded lot.  ollowed. Sign on. 885-2641 v  FABULOUS HALF ACRE $15,000  Southern view 'over Sargent Bay,  gently  sloped  and_ treed,  J a_xJ ijtQfflfji. _shed._CJ^^  886-7223-  -  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  MONEYMAKER, $35,000  2 yr old 3 bedroom full bsmt home on one acre. Live in while you  do the finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  GARDEN BaYROAD $22,500  Rock bluff building site on this 3.5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrific view over pasture land. All-year stream. Easy -  terms available. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374 or Ken Wells 886-  7223.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT $22,500  Semi-waterfront property, just across the Narrows Bridge and  facing Bargain Harbour. Treed and good for building on, with  just the road between you and the wgter. Larry Reardon, 885-  9320.  MADEIRA PARK RANCH $125,000  22-acre working ranch, all fenced and cross-fenced. Good large  barn, good pasture and some fruit trees. All year-round water  supply. And for the lady of the house it has a modern 2 bedroom  home. Has facilities for horse shows and rodeos. Larry Reardon,  885-9320.  GAMBIER ISLAND  ��� $65,000  It's going to be easy to fall in love with this charming log home  that is completely remodelled inside. Nestled on 8 acres of  beauty that includes lge trees, fruit trees, flower & garden. This  2 bdrm home is 5 min. from New Brighton wharf. Larry Reardon,  885-9320. '���  HIGHWAY 101 COMMERCIAL C2  Corner of Airport Road  SHOPPING CENTRE SITE  Lot 4, Corner lot 1.883 acres, price $125,000  Lot 3, Inside lot 1.778 acres, price $75,000  1.17 acres, nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will have a good  view when some trees come down. Ed Baker, 885-2641. i     ___,  ,.MUft<MJgES,       ,W^A_,.^,,^. Asklng.$6,2,1000>r  Only 5 minutes west-of Sechelt. High and dry, mostly treed.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  < $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm 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.  -AA5L  tea  Lot-3  Lit*  m  to  17* I  233  Were the Neighborhood Professionals.  -HTSfcvi  -10T  J-  l|__jhWM_)  Revenue Lot 4 $4,000 P.A.  Revenue Lot 3 $1,500 P.A.  Britain's 1926 general strike recalled by  Harry Young; Letters written by Chopin,  and the poetry of Emily Dickenson.  ���Thursday^mdFridays-Ideas^:04H��.m.  Beginning of two 12-week series at 8:04  p.m. France Keynotes to the Kingdom and  at 8:30 p.m. The Vietnam War���Many  Reasons why. Tonight Part 1���Myth and  Reality. Claude Levi-Strauss talks about  traditional mythology,, history versus  myth. Part 11���The Untold Story of the  Vietnam War.       .  ..  Sunday Celebration 10:05 p.m. Till  Death us do Part unusual marriage  -ceremonies^^nd-paxtJl_a_mor_LseriQUS_  look at burial customs with costs and _  etiquette.  TELEVISION  Wednesday 90-minute special A Gift of  Song 8 p.m. concert given by popular  Weather report  December 30 - January 5   _    _��� _  Lo. Hi. Prec.  December30 -9.5-4.0    nil  December31 -10.5-4.0     nil  January 1 **.0 -2.0    .nil  January 2 -3.0+3.0    nil  January 3 -3.0 +4.0     nil  January4 4.0+5.0     nil  January 5 ....... r. t:~. : .4.0 +4.0     nil  Week's rainfall - nil. January 79 to date  - nil. 1979 to date nil.  Dec. 30,77 - Jan. 5,78 - 4.78 cms. most of  - itsnow.Januaryl--5,1978-4.78cms.   DECEMBER 1978  Rainfall -10.88 cms  Snowfall -1.52 cms  Total Precipitation -12.40 cms  Driest December since 1963 with 7.13 cms.  Third consecutive December with less  than average December rainfall making  the 18 yr. average 21.03 cms.  Temperature:  Overnight low -10.5 cf -3.0C in 1977.  Coldest temperatures^'shjcepeceniber  29,1968 when it was -16.0 C and thereiwas  snow on the ground from December 271968  to February 10 1969, and below freezing  ���>��� temperatures from January 7, 1969-to  February 3 dropping to -12.0 on January  29.  Rainfall in 1978 was 120.32 cms an inch  ���more-than-19774s-117-.91-cmsrTherl7-year  average is 133.86 cms. Third consecutive  year with below average rainfall.  mfitlnq uervice  Creative design, and layouts for  newsletters, booklets and  advertisements. Fast and  efficient service for all your  printing needs...  * Letterheads  * Envelopes  * Business Cards  * Invoices  at the  The PeNINSULA^f**^        * Business Forms  * Posters  E* Tickets  9fe* Notices :  r Bulletins  ^���Invitations  ,!-���-> fc '  ��� Announcements  ��� Menus  ��� Photocopying  ���Jtochures  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  * Rotor Lather Service lor Disc Brakes '  and Drum Brakes  ' * Valve and Seat Grinding ���      . �� .  �� All Makes Serviced       Datsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobjle, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  885-5181  BLASTINQ  Ted's Blasting & C htractlng Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLV INSURED  ' Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lines  Call lor a Iroo ostlmato anytime ,  BB3-2734       "Air Track Available"      863-2365  TED DONLEY       ' PENDER HARBOUR  ��  Pitch-In 70  Hctp  Brit l/ft Columbia  Beautiful  A.C. RENTALS* BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs  Madeira Park Phone 883-2586  CHIMNEY SWEEPS   BE SAFE I  Have Your Chimney Cleaned Now  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS & OIL STOVES  Call Lee Christian  883-9171  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Lotterhegda, Envelopes,  Raffle Tickets.     v  PENINSULA TIMES  Phono 885-3231  M.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLDOZING SERVICES  CLEARING - EXCAVATION - TRUCKING  ComplotSsite Preparation  Murray Warman Halfmoon Bay  885-5648  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck - Backhoe ��� Cat  Water, Sewer, Drainage Installation  Land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  CONTRACTORS  -M  BUILDING SUPPLIES  (cont'd)  ' L & H SW ANSON LTD.  READY-MIX CONCRETE  with Red| Mix plants  In Socholt ft Ponder Harbour  * ' Backhoei.Dumptrucks��� Sand*Oravel  > .  ���'   Porpoise Bay Rd., Box 172, Sechelt    '<���  Ph. 885-5333 or 885-9666  CM. CONTRACTING  Painting & Insulation  ' Fre,f Eslmafe'lii "''���"���  You Name It��� We'll Do It  Box 1563, Sechelt, B.C.  ELECTRICIANS^  HOWE SOUND DISTRIBUTORS LTD.  P.O. Box 694, Gibsons, B.C.  Bralr Kennet, sale�� manager  Phone 886-2765  KENDeVRIES&SONLTD.  FLOORCOVERINGS  CARPETS - TILES - LINOLEUMS - DRAPES  GIBSONS A SECHELT  885-3424  HEATING  SECHELT HEATI' ��  & INSTALLAT    M  Gat, Oil ft Eloctrl'      ,iacos  Fireplaces, Sr      .rietal  Wayne.Brackett  Ph. 885-2466  LANDSCA  Box 726  Secholt, B.C.  ING  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  886-5260  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Residential ft Commercial Wiring  ��� Pole line Installations  ��� Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062 Rick Sim  FLOORING-CABINETS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets  Specialist* In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  EVER' IEEN LANDSCAPING  GA DEN MAINTENANCE  For ai ever-blooming garden  rlilt tree pruning  WILLIAM I ORAGNO     Free Esflmqtes  (Dango) 885-5033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashl  Call alter six Q85-9B90  ForQoIck Results Use'TlmeS AdBrlefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy, Swap etc.  ANDY'S PAINTING  Professional Interior & Exterior Painting  Free Estimate  Commercial A Residential  885-5407  PEST CONTROL   PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 GllUy Ave, Burnaby  PRINTING SERVICE  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  Roofing Supply Centre  886-2489  TIRES  REFRIGERATION  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  P'X CONDITIONING  over 25 Years Experience  Government Licensed  883-9461 or 8B 3-2648  serving the entire sunshine coast  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2700  SALES* SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday to Saturday, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm  Friday ovonlng by appointment only  TREE TOPPING  PEERLESS TREE SERVICE  Comploto Iroa Sorvlco  Prompt, Guaranteed, Insured Work  Prices You Can Trust.  Phone J. Rlsbey,  885-2109  KISrpI I #%eM*p  u  (A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drlllt, Power Tools,  Automotive tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2509  at French Peninsula Road  Let's run  around  together.  WO/IA^  panmipacwn  Itin t:*njii|>ffn rtiovemeni Int petmnul Mntm  Htncttis. In ymir In-art you know ll> HrIii.  /, v&  f  Christmas seal   *��-���**-**'��&  campaign still on  TtiePeninsula Times  PageB-7  Christmas may be over for most of us,  but the Christmas Seal Campaign-r-source  of funding for education aM research ihtrF  lung diseases���continues during January.  -' -Campaign goal for the Sunshine Coast-  area is $4,800 of which $4,561 has been  raised at the December 31st count. Any  enquiries about the Campaign in this area  may be directed to the Campaign  Chairman Patricia Murphy who can be  reached at 885-9487 in Halfmoon Bay.  .*-*������.  Reporting"from Vancouver,"Ian  Maxwell-Smith, Honorary Treasurer of'  the British Columbia Lung Association,  said ' that, campaign donations to  December 31st had reached the $640,000  mark. However with a target of $700,000"  for-ttu^Campaignrwe^atillBave someway  to go, he said. v  Christmas Seals were mailed to every.  -home���in���British���Columbia- during  November and December, but if with all  the festivities you perhaps overlooked  sending in your donation for this year,  please do so now, he said. The Christmas  Seal office is continuing to process  donations���throughout the-month -of  January. . ...  Campaign targets are set for communities throughout the province based on  previous donations and the overall fun-  ding goals of the Association, said Max-  __JThree_par��rba_cks.you^cin_p���iclLjip_6a--  your local sales rack are CHANGING BY  Liv Ullmann: Bantam, THORNBIRDS by  Colleen McCullough:'Avon, and SECOND  DEADLY SIN by Lawrence Sanders. I  found them good reading, though hardly  memorable.   Tte-ffcst-timeJ-saw.liv'TJ]^^  film, I knew that she was among trie  greats. It was not her beauty, that of a  pure, simple country girl, but it was her  talent^ to be the character she. portrayed  rather than Liv Ullmann, the actress. To  be sure, Ingmar Bergman, the great  SwedisrT^directorv- did~see~in~ her"  Everywoman, and that is why she is at her,'  best in his films.   LiVfthe womanr ismuch like anjjrother-  mother who works and makes a home. She  knows.the meaning of exhaustion, and the  joy of success in a personal goal. She.feels  the guilt that our society is onlynow  growing out of, regardirig the working  ~motherrShe knows toe beauty qflovihga-  man with whom she is a soul-mate and the  deep love of mother for child.  Ullmann's description of her life is  touching in that she shares her secret self  without embarrassment. In a series of  well-Smith. As in previous years, research  into the prevention and cure of lung  diseases which afflict at least 25 percent of  the population wilrtake high priority, and  health education programmes will continue actively.  v^.  Street people are feet  people.  They're neat people  who meet people.  Why not join up? Take a  walk. ___   _q  pamapacnonm* c    Walk a block/Today.  flashbacksftTher.childrioodahd a former-  marriage, she tells about the Liv who tries  - to please because she feels indebtedness to  her public for a career that she loves. In  ' the course of her forty-odd years, she has  learned to draw strength from hurts and  independence of need.  THORNBIRDS misses nobility by a  hair. The tale of three women: grandmother, mother and daughter is set on the  dry plains of Australia, where only sheep  can eke out enough food to grow the heavy  coats of wool so much in demand.  Meggie, the central character, finally  learns why her mother is so genteel but  has married so out-pf-class. She learns  why her beloved brother Frank is always  at odds with herfather and why-he looks so  unlike him. Meggie's own life as she  matures'is involved, with an older man, a  priest, with whom she" has a pTatbnic  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE M OF SECHELT  885-9816    /Admiral  AslTabout; our  "Package" deals.  _^>"Mark of Quality. > *��&  ^ V^ptl AN�� rfELEVISIONS ^* ~'M  relationship that finally smoulders into���  consummation when her marriage fails.  Meggie's daughter by her money-  hungry husband and her second love-child  by the priest constitute the final part of the.  tale. Daughter Justin and son Dane end  their lives happily.. and tragically,  -respectively. ��� ���'   The book begins and develops well until  the middle when it seems to dissolve into  romantic mush, If the story ended with the  priest riding off into the sunset, never to  return, there might have been nobility.  The collapse occurs_when the characters  'aW~aTJowed ~4b6~Tnucir and "Tliey"~lose  credibility as heros and. heroines.  However, it is a.lot of good reading for a  littlelpace.  THIS FIRST DEADLY SIN was a cliff-  hanger. THE SECOND DEADLY SIN  must take second place, I fear. Greed gets  the best of the arty ones who try to collect  the money after painter, Victor Maitland,  is found stabbed in~hls studio. Victor's"  family, his agent and his lawyer are all  suspect. Edward X. Delaney, hard cop and  master crime solver brings in his "man"  after a rather long, drawn-out series of  escapades interviewing suspects and  trying to keep fellow detective, Boone, out  of the sauce.  Again, Lawrence Sanders proves that  instinct, good foDe?anfrknowing the enemy  wins every case. With this mystery also on  the Best Seller List of the New York  Times, I suspect we will soon be reading  about THE THIRD DEADLY SIN.  New adventure  series for BC  A 26-episode family adventure series  Bitter's Cove will begin production this  -summer. jConceived__and_developecL_by_  former Vancouverite Lyal D. Brown and  wife Barbara, the series focuses on Karl  Ritter, 64, stubborn, independent coastal  pilot and Kate Ashcroft, 28, determined  young pilot looking to prove herself in a  man's world.  This continuing jrtory of a unique breed  of people living along the British Columbia  coast will also feature Karl's grandsons,  Robert 13 and Arnie 9. This will be a co-  production between,the CBC and Taurus  Films of Munich, Germany. ,  Hint to waste-watchers: Set thermostat on  your water heater at 50-65 degrees C (130-  ���T5l^i degrees F). Dishwasers usually"  require;"6ti degrees t (140 degrees F).  Anything above that wastes energy.  -, North Road, Gibsons 886-2765  Stort? Hours: IITa^  JANUARY IN-STOCK  CARPET CLEARANCE  IN STOCK LINES AT s4.00 OFF  SUGGESTED RETAIL  [Installation extra]  ALSO CURRENT UNES INSTALLED  FOR SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE    [Underlay_Included].,        _ _��� _ _  UNO-CUSHION  FLOOR  5400 Series   2 colors  Installed  for  Suggested  Retail /-  APPLIANCES  NNAI  iW-  ���i-$>,  ALL  Suggested Retail  OTHER APPLIANCES  Retail  \n  &*>  M. E. 30" RANGE  I I  BY  CALORIC  CABINETS  ALL LINES-  20% OFF  SUGGESTED RETAIL |  [Including countertops]  OR  INSTALLED  INCLUDING  COUNTERTOPS  [For Suggested Retail]  SALE ENDS JANUARY 31st  Happy New Year!  Don't forget to send us your drawings and stories! Our address is  Box 310, Sechelt.  See you next week!  Guiness Records  Fish Records  These are records according to Guiness of  some of the largest fish ever caught.  Bass (sea) - 563 pounds .8,oz.  Cod - 98 pounds 12 ounces  Pike - 46 pounds 2 ounces  Salmon (chinook) -92 pounds  Trout - 65 pounds  longest cast - 574 feet 2 inches  SKATE SAFETY by Phillip Nelson & Billy Troudale   TrojitJ-_a!<��ls.!he-most_commorLM .  go skating on a lake find out how thick the ice is. One way to find out is by phoning  the RCMP. To prepare fpr ice skating:  (I) you have to know the thlckness^of the Ice, (2) you should bring a rope or ladder  or anything long and strong. (3) If someone falls in, get the rope or ladder. Don't go  any nearer the person than necessary since you too could fall through the Ice. When  you get him or her out you should obtain some warm clothing and get him or her to a  warm place.  Ice skating has been popular for hundreds of years. Some skates were made  from animal bones. Old skates of walrus tusks have been found In Siberia. Chinese  skaters even made skates from cornstalks to help them glide.  The first official skating club was formed in 1642 in  Edinburgh, Scotland. In America it was in  Philadelphia in 1849.  Ping Pong Tournament  Photo by Hannah Anthonysx  V  /'   plaemi  W J>y   Carl   &�����'*���_  A.     .  'V  rw*mcs.  Jhfjeri  a   3-V^He.r mrn<_, o^d mahe. a    oe��.o  ujcrd.  c\ae ���, h\\ ihe  rrwj\nc^  Mil i How do you make a statue of a dinosaur?  Bill: I don't know,  Mil: It's easy, Just got a block of mar bio and chip away everything that doesn't look  like a dinosaur,  Big Boy: How do" they treat you horo?  Little Boy: Not vary of ton.  Swimmer: Hoy,you| Aro there any sharks around horo where I'm swimming?  Homotown Boy: No, They are afraid of the crocodiles.  Roller skate upon the stair;  Danny didn't ��������� It there,  Sailing through the air wont ho;  Visiting hours: one to throe,  Generosity Is when somebody gives everybody else In the dais measles,  Outdoor Life  One day when my sister and I were out horseback riding In the wild country, a  mothor cougar and cubs camt along and walked with us, When we got to the gate of.  The property, the mother cougar and cubs lumped over (he fence and Hill followed us  until my dad saw the cougar and cubs. My dad went In the house and came out with  his gun. My sister gnd I said, "Stop, Dadl" and he said, ".Why?" "Tho cougar could  have killed you," Then my sister said, "No, Dad, this cougar'comes back ovory year at  tho same time and we feed her and hor cubs because'she cannot loave nor cubs  when ihogott hunting In lhewlnt��r.'After that winter the nrother and her ��ub�� died-"��^  of.itqrvatlon. My sister and I later burled them In our back yard with 'some raw cow  moat fontierrii *' ;"-':. ������"���;��� ���-���'���"���'������-     -r -"<   D, Oage  A   /  flU Finn  >,e>   -,N/\  a, ft.:   - E.VV  3.C   <t, CU5 _ _  - eft  r_i_ i.^^ |     __,._ iiiuj  _\~  b, 5 ,   -_\s/  r PH   _-/  *ax i ' a A3 "   afty i   ^of  Vt   ��� \T3e    v/\\v/| 'SM  Hnppy  GIRTH*  Did/  JCRst'GCAu>c��ukS   �� - -^Fim.^o-f^a'fcja  IVlf!il%G>  lie  Here's something testy you can make lor your brunch next Sunday.  Wake-Up Sandwiches  % sausage patties  apple slices  % slices of white bread  .,.,���_������.,��� :'" '"* *'"   1/4 cup milk  Pry 'ft drain the 'sausage. Slice (he  apples. Beat tho eggs with .milk, To  make French toast, dip the broad In  the egg and milk and fry it until It Is  browned. Sprinkle crumbled sausage  orj ojio piece of fronch toast, top It  ' with* apple slices, then add tho other  piece of fronch toast, Serve with  syrup, If desired,    ,  f.f1  1 ���<������ :.r>i.  '"���     ;. r  / f  PageB-8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, January 10,1979  '    By MAURICE HEMSTREET  "~ Hello fellow square dancers, a happy,  healthy and prosperous NEW YEAR to  you all, that goes doublesjor all square  dance callers who work so hard at learning  what to call for an evenings square dance.  Without pictures to, follow this gives some  of our callers quite a time, then on the  other hand if we didn't have square dance  couples we wouldn't need callers. You all  have a good year. La_1979-onthe square^  dance floor.  The Sunshine Coast Country Stars  squared their sets New Year's eve at The  United Church Hall in Gibsons with callers  Harry Robertson and Maurice Hemstreet  sharing the stage and over three sets of  jiancers^ toe floor. Tome, tills is the only  way to bring in a new year with lots of fun  and friendships new and old. What really  t-Htnade^this such^agreat^evening was that  a  ,-J tf*��~. ��"  :>.,!���'  t2>  LIZ TOPHAM of Gibsons is finding it  difficult to decide what she will buy  with the $500 she won in the Dec. 23  Shopping Spree draw sponsored by  the merchants in the Sunnycrest  Mall. The deadline for her purchases  is Jan. 15 and so far Mrs. Topham has  bought a coat and a pair of shoes.  Ruby Lake U,  RESTAURANT '-*MaJ  CLOSED FOR THE WINTER  Open 7 days a week ONLY TO:  Charlie and Beryl Blackstock were back  on the floor'and this is just wonderful  because they are a great couple. Then  upon turning around who should I see but  Ron and Jean Turner from Comoz,  Vancouver Island and a New Year's Eve  wouldn't be the same without them. I hope  this has become a tradition.  Our convenors headed by Gladys  Parish sure put the food on the table in a  hurry and as usual it was just fantastic  ipmmmmmminnim-rgoodr  ���WORK GANGS   .PRIVATE PARTIES  ���MEETINGS ETC.  Get a group together and have some Great Food &  Great Sound for dancing in privacy.  "IT'S CHEAPER THAN YOU THINK"  for information phone 883-9453  Our guests were Karen Bowes and Glen  Lobb from Burnaby, Karen by the way is ,.  the daughter of our president couple  Merrill and Louise Bowes and speaking of  the president, he almost behaved himself  this past year so we hope to have him well  trained by this time next year.  I forgot to mention a very important  item in my last column. We have in our  square dance club a very nice, thoughtful  lady who last summer made Harry and me  a vest each for The Edmonton Square  Dance Convention in the colours of The  B.C. square dancers, a very nice blue and  yellow and then for our Christmas square  dance she made us each another vest of  P^_x��i,^yjsexejustgMfflt^ndLwe_thank_yQU-  Ethel Scrimshaw..  Well, last Friday with me, myself and I  on stageand a neat two sets on the floor,  The Country Stars started out another new.,  year of square dancing and we hope that:_  this year will prove to be better than last if  this is possible so come on out.  Pres. Merrill had to stay home with a .  bad case of old age or something like that  and caller Harry had to fill in for him, well  Harry did just as much talking and didn't  say too much either, well, thats the way it  goes.  Preparations are under way for the  Ljiinjh annual B.C. Square Dance Ball to be.  held at The Vancouver Hotel February 17.  see you next Friday evening.  ....when Ralph does the impossible.  Call 885-3231  ThetP  **  ENINSULA  fimeh  or Drop Your Ad Off At  The Heron Cafe  Gibsons Harbor  INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE...  (up to)  IT'S THE "WRITE" TIME TO STOCK UP  2io  . . .SPEC. 668  ...spec. 388  * 5130 - 30 COL. ACCOUNTANT PADS  32x1,1,  Reg. $8.10..  SPEC. 405  * 5314 ��� 14 COL. 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From stretching exercises to   little ones and jom imMoms'-and'Tots  trampolines/rope climbs,and weights, it's   exercise and activity sessions designed, to  been able to spark your interest or en-'  thusiasm enough to get you to attend,  Evans Hermon is offering a "Getting Fit  for Those Who Hate Exercising" class  which may prove' to be just the thing  you've been waiting for. Aside from just  not liking to make your muscles and joints  struggle with stretching and moving,  keep up the variety.  For those whohave seen aerobic dance  demonstrations and think it might be too  fastfor them, remember thai the idea is to  start out slow, dancing with'only as much  energy and for as long as is comfortable  for you, and gradually building up so" that  you-oan do all the dances without stopping.  _   .���  ���-_ ���  _..���.���, ��� _    be bow enjoyable and beneficial for both  casionally, music and films will be added', _ of you.  toCTeatean^tmosphereenablingoneto: - ITieFi^essandTlecrMticfliServiceis  realize feelings So often remembered as a offering classes in Gibsons on Thursdays  child, but so often forgotten as we grow,  from 1 - 2:30 p.m. in the United Church  older.  Adult Gymnastics classes will be  offered;by the Fitness and Recreation  Service,in Chatelech Gymnasium every  Wednesday, from  6:30  until  8, p.m  Hall, in Sechelt on Mondays and Thursdays from 9 -10 a.m. in St Hilda's Church  Hall, and in Halfmoon Bay on Tuesday  from 12 T 1 p.ra. hopefully in Welcome  Beach Community Hall (call 885-5440 for  Prime Retail or Office Space !<> Ih>  constructed in Loner i'/disans.  Prospective tenants contact CEORCl]  C.IASsSAkOS after 3:00 p.m., IM()-22(>U.  .    Does Your Club or Group Report  Its Activities.Regularly to The Times?  -- ���---���,__���   , ,���     -���            ���    ____- ������-,     ��#vwvu "^'iiiinmiiuj  t,xcm i\_^m uuw'^nrtv tl/r    ..s- -    - ..   _    beginning January 24, and in Cedar Grove   confirmation), aU beginning the week of  ynn're a great candtaate for tWs_classJf TheJirstclass_ejffiEheld herejwi me^ast -EleiArGym^veiy-Monday-and-Thursday���-January IS.  any of the following are reasons why you  tell yourself that you haven't taken part in  a fitness class before:  1) You feel.you are too old for other  classes. t s  2) You feel you are too fat for other  jctasses^ _   3)- You mink you have  a  minor  disability which you feel may hinder  -exercising.  4) You would like to be pampered with  deep relaxation and massage at the end of  an exercising session.  All reluctant exercisers are invited to  try out a session of this class to see if they  might like to join it. Classes wilkbe held on  Mondays, from 10 a.m. until 12 noon, in the ~  Wilson Creek Community Hall, beginning  January 15. The course is $8 for 10  sessions, or $1 per class. For further information, or to pre-register, please call  B8534KK .���:' "     "      7  RELAXATION CLASS  "Just lay back and relax". What a  pleasant thought ��� and yet often so difficult to. do. If more people could spontaneously relax more often, probably half  of their problems would magically,  disappear!  Perhaps you are one who doesn't sleep  well at night, or eats too much through  nervousness. Maybe you just generally  feel uptight and full of tension, of have  high blood pressure. Perhaps you'd like to  cut out or cut down oh one of your nervous  habits ��� or perhaps you just plain enjoy  that refreshing and invigorating feeling  that comes with relaxing both mind and  had not one member who wasn't a grandmother - and they loved it!  * Aerobic Dance classes will.begin the*  week of January 15, cost $8 for 10 sessions  or $1 per class, and will be held as follows:  Gibsons: Tuesday, 9:45-10:30 a.m.y Cedar  _G_roye_El_em._Gymj_Thursday, 8:15 - 9j15_  p.m., Gibsons Elem. Gym.  Roberts Creek: Beginners - Monday, 7 - 8  p.m.rand Advanced-Tuesday, 7-8 p.m.,,  both in Roberts Creek Elem. Gym.  Wilson Creek: Thursday, 9:30 ��� 10:30 a.mi,  Wilson Creek Community Hall.  .  Sechelt;   Monday,  6:45   - .7:45   p.m.  (Beginners); Thursday, 6:45 - 7:45 p.m.,  (Advanced); both in the ChatelectfMusic  Room.'  Pender Harbour: Thursday, 7:30 - 9 p.m.,  Madeira Park Elem. Gym.; Friday, 10 ��� 11  . a.m., Pender Harbour Community Hall.  For more info please call theJFitness  ^ahcTRecreation Service, at 885-5440.  INDOOR TENNIS  So often learning tennis is a frustrating  and difficult experience, for possibly  many reasons ��� unsound teaching  techniques, self-imposed physical and  mental limitations, social pressures and  demands, the feeling of lacking coordination, etc. But perhaps all this can be  eliminated by first relating to certain body  movements based on simple and continual  hand and foot patterns. Hopefully, in this  Indoor Tennis class, with a little luck and  perserverance on both our parts, we will  produce that feeling of ease and grace so  often seen among good tennis players.  No longer worry about hitting the ball  from 6:30 until 8 p.m., beginning January t  22. For further information about this  class, or to pre-register, please call 885-'  5440.  MOMS AND TOTS EXERCISES  All mothers are invited to bring their  For. Moms at the Gibsons class, there  will be a warm-up, limbering and stretching exercises, aerobic dance, yoga and  relaxation exercises; everything it takes  for a good general fitness program. For  ���See Page G#  enjoy and benefit from Evans Hermon's  Relaxation Class, held every Tuesday  from 7 until 8 p.m. in the Chatelech Mobile  Unit, beginning January 18. Commented  one lady who took the class in the fall, "I  slept all night, every night, after the third  class, for the first time in years!"  This program will involve one or two  exercises to loosen up with; some deep  breathing, and guided deep relaxation.  Just bring your sleeping bag and a pillow  so you'll be warm and comfy. The course  fee is $8 for 10 sessions, or $1 per evening,  and pre-registration is requested at 885-  5440. -     - _���- -   AEROBIC BANGING " "-;���  For people who like to dance, enjoy  learning choreographed routines, and  want to get a good workout, aerobic dance  should just about take care of you. This,  easy, pleasant and interesting combination of exercise and dance patterns set  to lively and happy music that really  makes you want to .move is not only fun  and easily enjoyed by women of all ages,  but it is also a particularly beneficial  workout for the heart and lungs as well as  a good general exercise for aU other parts  of the body, limbering joints and stretching, toning and finning muscles of the  legs, arms and torso.  For women who have taken a class  be no boundaries, only indoor gym walls.  (That's sure to add to moral support!) The  class will attend to the needs of beginners  as well as advanced players, and the  addition of an occasional film or sound  track might prove fruitful for the learning  experience, and at least entertaining.  Bring your racquet���can come even if  you don't have one ��� to any of the weekly  classes, held Wednesdays from 8:30 until  10 p.m. in Sechelt Elem. Gym, and  Thursdays from 8:30until 10 p.m. in Cedar  Grove Elem. Gym., beginning January 24  and 25, respectively. The course fee is $8  for 10 sessions, or $1 per evening. For  further infonnationand-'or to pre-register,  please call the Fitness and Recreation  Service at 8853440.  ADULT GYMNASTICS  If the thought has crossed your mind  that it might be fun to try out some of the  moves that you've seen gymnasts perform, but you're no longer a kid and you've  had no or very little training at it, the  opportunity is now here to allow you to  indulge you whims.  A Gymnastics class for adults, oriented  towards fun and relaxation; Is being offered that will let you limber up and tone  muscles at your own rate, then try out the  various pieces of gym equipment to your  heart's content. (Pun not intended, but  Weld wood Clippers  tromp N. Shore for  2nd tournament win  For the second year in a row, Weldwood  Clippers of the Sechelt Minor Hockey  Association have iced their competition to  win the Burnaby Winter club International  Hockey Tournament.'  Clippers played sixf games, winning  five to put them on top. The bantam team  took on North Shore winter Club in the  final game and Clippers' goalie Wilf Leth-  bridge allowed North Short to score only  once while Clippers went on to pick up five  goals to claim the tournament trophy.  Scoring in the final game were Murray  Gant and Dave Kobetitch with two and  Greg Dixon with one.  Lethbridge came home with a 1.5 goals  against average.  Coach Charles Brown told the Times,  the team played at their best level with the  stlffest competition coming from the  Burnaby Winter Club and the North Shore  Winter Club.  Brown said both teams are playing  their second year together while this  particular group of boys are playing  together for Clippers for the first year.  The  By The Sea  Modern, ft Morey. Arrt class motor hotel. Good location - 1 Moth horn  beach, Ka��h*h Bay and Stanley Farti, mm downtown, shopping within >  Mocks, 129 atlrartlvfty appointed -Ir-condiiloned rooms, studio*, efficiency  units and suite* - each with private bath, color TV and phone, Dining  Room and Coffee Shop, Lounge wtlh entertalnmeni. Sample and Meeting  1754 Davie Street. Vancouver VoO IWS, Phone: 604 ����2-)MI collect  Tel��.;04Sllal  CHIMNEYSWEEP  Any time is a good time  to clean your chimney.  *W�� build them" new" and repair them.  We know how to sweep and clean them  PIPEAND_STOYE_CLEANjN_G   S.C. PENINSULA ���  Leave message with DEAN at. 885-2159  Burnaby-7370GilleyAvenue : .433-3137  Whistler Mountain .'.            .'. .932-5732  body���If-so,~ youwill undoubtedly-both���outrof~botindS7for in this'course there will;  "Our boys played a dose checking and  fore-checking game," he said. "We made  them (opposition) make mistakes and we  capitalized on them."  The other teams' experience in playing  together "put their passing game ahead,"  he said.  Though the tournament was well-  organized, Brown said, "the officiating  was not as good a quality as what we are  used to."  Clippers played their opening game  against port Coquitlam defeating them 4-  2. They shut out Burnaby Winter Club 0-0,  then played Richmond Mustangs crushing  them 7-2. Meeting Burnaby again In the  semi-final, Clippers were edged 3-2 In tholr  only loss.  One and a half hours latelCthby were'up"  against Burnaby again and defeated tbem  4-2.  The tournament Is said to be the  world's largest of its kind with 84 teams  coming from as far away as Los Angeles  and Quebec. Last year 08 teams participated.  FOR BUDGETS WITH THOSE  JANUARY BLUES  NO DOWN PAYMENT  6 MONTHS TO PAY  Absolutely no interest charges  This offer available to good credit customers only.  Every customer who comes in and makes  a purchase a during January, 1979,  will receive at no extra charge  BONUS OFFER!  NormsnRockwell  P-Alonftai* containin912 prints  VdlvllUCll    ready for framing  This offer good only for month of January, 1979.  Remember  v. ..-   .  as always, there's an Extra  10% Off for Senior Citizens!  Home of red carpet service...  *T____^ ���_________[_��� ___C____J     ^__________!^__P^_____^____ _______________} _______S^_S  ���    ��� ��������� ^^^E ���   ' ^^^B    ���     ^_________jB ,___PI*__| ______JJ_____1 ^____J_!__P  Phone 885-3155 for an ippoditmtnt  Wharf Ii Dolphin St.  \  iKk  ��������  II  (�����,  ' i  ���� ^   L  MORE ABOUT  .#  Fitness Services gears up for 1979  -FYom Pale C-i SS   'V      s \ TUMBLING FOR PRESCHOOLERS   ;.  tots;ther��',wm*be a^chahce to.do some >\H^n���op^rtunity-fbr pre-schoolers to  aerobic dance, too, plus there are toys,, learn basic mat work and. tumbling is  books, ptay doughroti^erkids to,|��larwjthr being[offered in a free program being held  and a park nearby, with all activities every Thursday from 1:15 until 2:15 p.m.,  supervised.    ~       ;   1 beginning January.lt hi_the Wilson Creek  The_classes hirsechelt and'rialfmoon^ Day^Care^^CentrevOjten^to all_ pre-  Bay are divided into foursegments, and, schoolers, this program has proved not  tots are encouraged .to take; part in the  exercises along with mom. First three is 15  minutes of limbering and' warm-up  movements, ^oUowed by 15 minutes of  ^ga.eser^g.^erl^TSnce_coroprises,  the third part of the class, and finally there;  is a tumbling session where Moms help:  ���their youngsters leajrn the co-ordination  and*muscle cohtrolneoessary to master  tumbling movements.  ____lJrhese_classes_arfi_Qpen-J�� all_womeh,i  with or without children, and the fee is $8  for 10 sessions, or $1 per class. Please call  885-5440 for more information, or to pre-  ^^^f^g^steTTi--^^"-'--^"- ,^-��--��������-.���-�����--������������  DRAMA MEETING  All people interested in any aspect of  live theatre are invited to join'Horizon  .Theatre Company at its first meeting of  the New Year, to be held on January 10, at  '8 p.m.-in the library of Roberts_Creek  Elementary School.  ��: Actors, actresses; directors, stage  managers, set and costume designers and  fabricators, lighting and make-up artists  only most enjoyable for the youngsters,  but also teaches co-ordination, balance,  and body control���in addition to stressing  those important lessons about taking turns  Wdyractisto~gto~p~erfect skillsrAsslatance  from mothers would be greatly, appreciated, mostly to keep the noise level  down. For further information, please call  theFitness and Recreation Service at 885-  5440.  MOMS���AND--DAUGHTERS-GYM-:  NASTICS    ,.,  An opportunity . for Moms . and  daughters to spend an evening out  -togetherwhUeonjoyhigleaminglOTnaster"  various gymnastic movements is being  offered in a class on Thursday, evenings  from 6:45 until 7:45 p.m. in Chatelech  Gym., beginning Jan. 18th. V        f?  lit addition to being a time to spend  together, this most interesting and  creative form of exercise will improve  limberness, co-ordination, posture,  muscle tone, and general health through:  teaching the use and enjoyment of the  Rhythmic Gymnastics. _������,..   ,'���  .  This European approach, to feminine  exercise is based oh natural movements,  such as walking and running, axuFls  shaped to enhance feminine grace, rhyth-  m, and self-expression to the fullest extent.  Using music to induce rhythm, and  concentrating on dynamic movements  alternated with relaxation, softness, and  flow, basic calisthenics are done in a  feminine and graceful manner, and simple  Coast Strokers  Gray's 79  st  By^ Dennis Gray  Wv  wffl^Trije~Tie^eirto���assists  -exercises-progress^ to-become-a-syn^  chronized series of difficult but graceful  manoeuvres.  The ^program is designed to. suit individual needs, capabilities, and age, and  enhances strength, co-ordination, endurance, and flexibility in all parts of the  body as well as developing rhythm,  balance, and harmony in movement.  A Women's  Rhythmic  Gymnastics  -prograiiris^Ln^  and Recreation Service on Thursdays,  from 7:30 until 9 p.m., in the privacy of  Langdale Elementary School Gymnasium, beginning January 18.  Instructed by Haha Hejzlar, there will  be warm-^ip of running, then floor exercises, basic ballet steps, arm, leg and head  ��� movements, and routines using balls. The  course fee is $12 for 14 weeks, and pre-  registration is requested at 885-5440.  Everyone; seems to be making  predictions', many of them could best be  described as a mindless grasping for  spectacular but unlikely events, wishful  thinking or an exclamation of the obvious.  The CBC just completed their  -predictions-forxl978;=they_wareJwrong.-  So few of thesepredictions are based <on  any logic or knowledge that a few more of  the same will surely go unnoticed. Being a  confirmed illogical dreamer, whose  decisions have never been influenced by  intelligence before, I feel I am qualified to  Ipke^afewTiredictionsof my own.  First I predict that all politicians will  have a sudden attack of conscience and  accept the blame for high unemployment  and high inflation. Labour unions will  naturally take exception to that and claim  the credit themselves. Big business will  demand their rightful place in history and  claim the honour, is theirs. The resulting  - brawl will grind them all down to a jrain  of salt (whichis approaching their true  value and can be taken with this column).  Margaret Trudeau will marry Rene  Levesque but they will soon separate so  she can refind herself after disappearing  No prediction would be complete  without an earthquake���I predict a great  green island will rise out of the sea off the  lower'coast of B;C. It will have great  forests and high mountains, we will log it"  andmine it and we will all become very  rich-duMie^end we will plant a beautiful-  garden and to keep-all our-money-in-we  will build a big stone building we will call a  parliament, the other end we will tie to  shore with hugh undersea cables so the  Japanese fishermen don't tow it home and  melt it.into small cars. What! there is  -already an island out there behind all that  smoke and haze? In that case, I predict it  will sink and reappear near the Hawaiian  Islands where the gardeners and keepers  y-v  production of several one-act plays, and  are invited also to take part in upcoming;  workshops. Merest is important, experience is not. For further information,  please contact Mary Livingston at 885-  9248.  Clean UpVouf Act  PHch-liV78  and.balance beam. Women may attend  without their daughters, and the course fee  is $8 for 10 sessions or $1 per evening for  adults, and there is no charge forjtudents.  For further information, and to pre-  register, please call 885-5440, or 885-5279.  WOMEN'S RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS  Anyone who has ever seen on television  rhythmic and graceful women displaying  marvellously skilled and fluid movements  while tossing and bouncing balls, swirling  ribbons, and skipping ropes has witnessed  Children and adults of the Sunshine  Coast interested in the art of corporal  movement and creative body expression  may now begin an exciting course in  Mime. Classes in Sechelt are to be held in  Chatelech Music room starting January 17  (Children from 7 until 8:15 p.m., Adults  from 8:30 until 10 p.m.) Classes for adults  in Gibsons will begin on January 23, with  the time and place to be announced. All  classes will be conducted by the Mexican  born performing artist Gerardo Avila.  ina haze ofhis cf��arette smoke and then  she will run off with'the musical? group  KISS! Pierre will go back to bed with the  N.D.P. and Joe Cluck will go back to sleep  with McTeer.  Gas will go to five bucks a gallon and  will be packaged in quart containers and  so people will begin using B.C. Ferry  coffee to run their cars.  Hash will be legalized and the RCMP  sky patrol helicopters will be fitted with  water tanks to do double duty watering the  crops.  ItffilfvOke nativesTwith our money.  In 1979 a UFO will be captured when  they land to refuel with swamp gas. The  two dozen occupants will be mistakenly  crated and sold by the egg marketing  board. When the mistake is discovered  there will be a mad scramble to find them  as people get cracking to learn the secrets  of the universe. In homes throughout  North America, voices are again heard in  the mornings as people talk to their breakfasts, but aside from a few fragile friendships and an occasional burp,, no great  secrets are learned and people will go into  1980 still not knowing what camefirst, the  chicken or the egg.  Meanwhile in the real world, Kenny  Roberts will so dominate European road  -racing- for-tiie-second-year���they-Jirill-  -present him with .the crown jewels-(this is-  also approaching his worth). While Kenny  is racing around Europe on a red carpet  his moto-cross compatriot, Bob Hannah  will be tearing up the dirt tracks. They will  love him, in fact theywill dig up Belgium^  and give it to him_Torlu7T21st birthday.  While Hannah is riding in Europe team  Yamaha will be so desperate to keep the  American jiharnpioriship they will plead  ^thTfle^g^oWantliiae^^  will probably accept; but if I don't go,  you'll know I changed my mind.  MUMOON  & SERVICES  IS OPEN  (SMORGASBORD EVERY FRIDAY, SATURDAY &  SUNDAY - CLOSED MONDAYS)  WE AIS0 HAVE GAS  /fKfr. ���       ���5*500  DIIUDC �� TAW           AyWy The Clarksons - 8 miles  rumrd a lUn         >-��gS^\ _��_._.    North of Sechelt on  TRUCK SERVICE   ���1 vQBjy.&J        Hwy ioi  WHERE TO GET IT!  MARINE  ELECTRONICS  next to Dogwood /  Cola, Lower    /^a  Gibsons  SPECIALISTS IN  RADAR, VHF, CB  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES, GIBSONS  CREDIT UNION   m  * Loans  * Mortgages  -!LBest_SaYing_Rates_  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT  886-8121  *���.���  HIRE AN  EXPERT IN  TILE SETTING  886-9505  FREE ESTIMATES  NO OBLIGATION  Don't be sorry  year* later.  EXQUISITE BOUQUET  886-9222  Spring  Flowers  Available  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  if ill  UPHOLSTERY a  BOAT TOPS  MAKING CUSHIONS  FOR CHRISTMAS?  TOSS" CUSHION  FORMS  886-7310  Windsor  Sunshlna Cst^Hwy.  Gibsons.  WIMDftOft ���v  wiMDepn  WW  886-  9221  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  866-2525  WE HAVE A COMPLETE  SELECTION  OF  WOOL  &  CRAFT   SUPPLIES  -  McCALL'S  patterns;  SEWING  NOTIONS &  JEWELRY  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  x  GIBSON  A COMPLETE DUII.DINQ BfirtVlOB"  886-8141  Sunshlna Coast  Highway, Gibsons  BUILDING  'SUPPLY  Un ���  f.  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP        886-7621 *   SPECIAL  ROMAN BATH ANTIQUB RED  Includes Delta faucet nJ   [   [  Rag, $470 In  now $360      y#  ***"}***22i^2l}!22illi^&S����Z  * ua���L..Xr��:j  MOREL'S FRAMING &  CONSTT1UCT10N LTD.  "SEE OUR  SPEC HOUSES"  ���ptchHtbif Iri  -"custom mm Mima. *  FRAMING  886-2440  S wye/test  Shopping  - Ceat/ie  <pxu'U c#c* need.  THE PEACH TREE  For all your Cosmetic and  Fashion Jewelry Needs,  Hand, Nail ft Footcare Available,  Make-up Application ft Facial Cleansing  For Appointment  885-3813  Orders  Taker*  *  Specializing in Ladies & Mens  Cats & Styling,  Coloring,  Bjow Drying.  -J  >ong, soft, wash _ ,  ���---J        wearperffisr    ���(���.  , Hair Care for tne entird family.  ty.Redken, Jhlrmach &,Vldal Saasoon Products  SeddC beauty Sola*  Open Tuesday to Saturday  |*89-281B Cowrie St.  ���^H-tWN FLO^  Gerber Daisies  Gardenias  Available  CARPET CABINET  CERAMIC CENTER  North Rd��� Gibson's  BB6-2766  *Carpets ,    ,,_,,,���.,.  *kltchen Cabinets  *Jenn��Alr  niletg Tubs  A many more, great  products at everyday  prices  UNICORN  PETS  N PLANTS  885-5526, Sechelt  JAN. SPECIALS  YOUNG GERBI15  . $4,99 SALE $1.99  Round Hamster/Oerbll Cages  Reg. $17.99   SAIE,$ 12.99  GIBSONS  TRAVEL  886-9255  Remember: "Ope  Call Doe��_,  It Alll"  n i         Sunnycrest Centre,  Qlbsons  ��  |  AFTER CHRISTMAS SAl��  appHanc��s &  plumbing fixtures  ; cfasfiijOHg  Ladles, Men's A  ChllaYiWlWeSp  '"���"������"BBSiaavs'"1"*"  MADEIRA PARK  '������\i ' I-  1 /"
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Our Lives
Marcus
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Tic Tac Dough
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World
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Merv Griffin
Movie:
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Alan Hamel
Over Easy
Popeye
Match Game —
Petti/ Junction-
3:30 .
Celebrity Cooks
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Barbary Coast
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Weekend     . -
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'Funorama
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4:30
Magic Lie
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Woman    -
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Leave to Beaver
Gilllgan's Island
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5:00
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Saniord & Son
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Hollywood
Mr. Rogers
J Love Lucy   .
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My 3 Sons -
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5:30
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Wins day
Electric Co.
I Love Lucy
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Blue Marble
Brady Bunch
My 3 Sons  .
Andy Griffith
Carol Burnett
6:30
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Mary T. Moore
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' Dick Cavett
Gong Show
Bob Newhart
7:00
Mary T/.'.Moore
P.M. Northwest
Seattle
Star Trek
Newlywed Game
Dlf. Strokes
News
Hogan's Heroes
Joker's  Wild
Vancouver
7:30
Muppe'ts'
Hollywood ■
Grades Teacher?
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8 ls Enough
Reginald i Perrin
Bob Newhart
Wives of Pat.
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Musical
8 is Enough
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Sha Na Na
Angels' Against
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-La-FUle	
The • Jef fersons
Monte Carlo
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Charlie's
Angels:
-Entertainer— ^Entertainment
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~~Horizon
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Watsqn  Report
National News
Night Final
VegaS   '
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Police Woman
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Ngws
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Mai Gardee   '
Watson Report
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Awards
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News
Late Movie
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Year
Make Music
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Jacques..    .
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Dating Game
„ Odtl Couple
Gong Show
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Love Experts Sports Page
Honeymooners Cont'd.	
Wednesday, January 10,1979      The Peninsula Times
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No. 1 IN COLOR TV
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12:30^_ Search for Tom-
THjO   'Bob~McLean
1:30     Cont'd.
All My Children
"n£ife To Live
Cont'd.
Hollywood Sqs.
_Days-of——»
Our Lives
The Doctors
News
"Ida—Clarkson—
Marcus Welby
Cont'd.
News
-Aa-the- —
World Turns
Guiding Light
News
HMOviei '■"■'
Rolling Man
Cont'd.
Feeling Free
TJalnfoows~End-
M for Music
Word Shop
News
-Adam=12	
Movie:
Point of Terror
Brady Bunch, _„
"NoontlnTe^Funo
AU in FamUy
M.A.S.H.     .
^nVrdren
Vancouver
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Edge of Night
Beyond Reason'
Take 30
Celebrity Cooks
General
Hospital
Merv Griffin
Cont'd.
Another
" World
Movie:
Blue Angel
Camera 12
Beyond Reason
Take 30
Celebrity Cooks
Cont'd.
M.A.S.H.,
Dinah**
Cont'd.
Another  World
Cont'd.
Alan Hamel
Cont'd.
Art Cart    -
Studio See
Over Easy
Vegetable Soup
.Cont'd.
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Popeye
Banana Splits
Love Experts
Tic Tac Dough
Match Game
Jeannie
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Petti. Junction
, Spiderman
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
Charlie Chaplin
What's New    -
Part. Family
All in Family
$6,000,000 Man
Cont'd.
NewS
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Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Carol Burnett
News
Bionlc   Woman
Cont'd.
Sanford & Son
News
Everyday
Cont'd.
News
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Price is Right
Cont'd.
$6,000,000 Man
Cont'd.
Sesame Street
Cont'd.
-Mr.- Rogers
Electric Co.
Super Stars
Leave, to Beaver
I Love Lucy
Part. Family
Funorama
Gilllgan's' Island
I Love Lucy
Andy Griffith
Bewitched
Hollywood Sqs.
News
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6:00
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Mary T. Moore
Trivia Quiz
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P,M. Northwest
Exploration NW
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Seattle
Match Game
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Youth for
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News
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Stars on Ice
Patsy Gallant
Blue  Marble
Dick Cavett
News
Stepping Out
Brady Bunch
My 3 Sons
Hogan's Heroes
.Bob Newhart
Gong Show
Dating Game
Joker's Wild
Newlywed Game
Carol  Burnett
Bob Newhart
Vancouver
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Barney Miller
King Kens.
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Live it Up
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National News
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Family.
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Child Abuse-
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Odd Couple
Gong Show
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On tSe Buses
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Little Sheba
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Bob McLean
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All My
Children
1 Life
to Live
Hollywood Sqs.
Days of
Our Lives
The Doctors
.News
Ida Clarkson
Marcus Welby
Cont'd.
News
As World
Turns
Guiding Light
News
Movie: r.
N<k Place "
to Run
Teenagers —
-Art" Start
Write On
Science
News
Adam
Movie:
Taggart
I
-Brady Bunch-
Noontime  Funo
All in Family
M.A.S.H.
All My
Children
Vancouver
Cont'd.
2:00
2:30
3:00
3:30
Edge of Night
Beyond Reason
Take 30.
Celebrity Cooks
General
Hospital
Merv Griffin
Cont'd.
Another
World
Movie:
Take Her,
Camera  12
Beyond Reason
Take 30
Celebrity Cooks
Cont'd.
M.A.S.H.
Dinah
Cont'd.
'Another World
Cont'd.
Alan Hamel
Cont'd.
Book Look
Incorporated
Over Easy
Speakout
Cont'd.
Cont'd.
Popeye
Banana   Splits
Love Experts
Tic Tac Dough
Match Game
Jeannie
Groucho
Lively Special
Petti. Junction
Spiderman
4:00
4:30
5:00
5:30
Charlie  Chaplin
After School
Part. Family
All in Family
$6,000,000
Man
News
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She's Mine
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News
Bionic Woman
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Sanford & Son
News
Everyday
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Price is Right
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Mr. Rogers
Electric Co.
Super Stars
Leave to Beaver
I Love Lucy
Part.-' Family
6:00
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7:30
Funorama
Gilllgan's Island
I Love Lucy
Andy Griffith	
Bewitched
Hollywood Sqs.
News
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2 Ronnles
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Muppet Show
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Seattle
Hollywood Sqs.
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Different
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Newlywed Game
Joker's  Wild
News
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Downright Disco
Circus
Rene -Dobos
Dick. Cavett
News
Gardening
Brady Bunch
My 3 Sons
Hogan's  Heroes
Bob Newhart
Gong Show
Dating Game
Joker's  Wild
Newlywed Game
Carol Burnett
Bob Newhart
Vancouver
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All In Family
Challenge
Tommy
Hunter
Donny &
-Marie
"American
Music, Awards
Diffrent Strokes
Joe & Valerie
Rockford
Files
King Kens.
Challenge
Tommy
Hunter
Wonder
Woman
Incredible
Hulk
Donny &
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American
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Wn. Review
Wall Street
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Man
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Pacific
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Night Final
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Eddie Capra
Mysteries
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Dating Game
Odd Couple
Gong Show
Upstairs/
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Avengers
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Mr. Chips
Am. Bandstand
Bonkers
Action
Harold Lloyd
Soup
Vegetable
Treasure
Bob Hope
Desert Classic
Basketball
Curling
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News
Senior Bowl
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Ark Q
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Discover
Feel  Like
Dancln'-
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Footsteps
JTennyson	
Cabinet  of Dr.
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Jlovie:
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Space Academy
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Outlook   "
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J PageC-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday; January, 10,1979  I     r  v    -  '   V  The Gartien Corner  The pH factor  By Guy Symonds  Seniors No. 69  Hew Year's  a big success  The condition of the soil as the first Hydrated lime is quick; acting while  requirement of the garden has been the ground limestone livery slow. The latter,  subject of the last couple of "Corners" and taking some weeks to be effective is also  mention has been made of the pH factor required, in an amount 30���50 percent  and the value of soil testing. So it would greater than hydrated and must be applied  _seem. to_be Jogical io pureueJh���LSubj?ct^^efterM2^^  ._ First-the���pH._TJbis_is the_symhol_Jui-._ On_thej)lheiLhanjiiLwiUj��^  dicating the degree of acidity and-or the  alkalinity of the soil expressed in units,  with the reading indicating the upper limit  . of a condition of neutrality. The higher the  reading the greater the alkalinity and of -  course the lower thereading the:greater  .the acidity.  This scale can be very confusing unless  one remembers that the relationship  the ground very much longer and in?  cidentally is very "much cheaper. But  whichever is used the jmethod of using it is  the .same. It should be spread on the  surface-ani raked in, since the feeding  roots of most plants are pretty-well in thef  upper soil levels, where, the acidity  correction takes place.  Just a glance at the other side of the  -between^me-figur^-is^eometric-rather-- coin^K-itis^de8iredtoincrease4heacidity-  By ROBERT FOXALL  __ -Lam very sorry that.I was unable to  attend the New Year's Eve party and so  give you any details but understand from  those who were able to attend that it was  an outstanding success.  _ There will be no dancing in January,  but the bowlers will be able to hold  "sessions January^J3_and 20,jeauming-  thinonnal^onoliy^fternoon games on  January 29. '  Please nete4ta��_athe regular monthly,  meeting will be postponed one week until  January 25 at 1:30 p.m. when the business  _sessi_on will beheldto thejiunimumj3oJiat_  we, may have some of our Fourth Thursday fun.  Don't forget Dave Hayward's Bus Tour  to Vancouver with lunch to be served at  WINNING NUMBERS FOR DECEMBER 1978  DEC, 6  $100,000  WINNING NUMBERS ,  last 5 digits Win $1,000  last 4 digits win $100  last 3 digits win      $25  DRAW���  , ��� ~  ���  UfcU  5  1  a  1  0  -  0  6  5  3  7  2  2  0  7  7  1  2  5  8  0  8  5  2  8  $  1  0  3  2  6  7  5  8  0  4  8  9  6  6  8  8  9  8  DEC. 20 DRAW  DEC. 27 DRAW  -^Sfc.4  &   Jhe fW.  1  ~  5  7  8  9  3  6  8  3  2  6  6  1  2  5  0  1  2  4  9  7  i"  $-  ^  i?  &  0  1  0  7  0  4  0  8  t  8  -f  6  8  than arithmetric For instance acidity at  pH 5 is ten times as much as a pH 6 and at  pH 6 100 times greater. So it is not.surprising to learn that it is rare to find a soil  with a greater acidity than pH 3.5 or with a  greater alkalinity than pH 8 on the scale.  " The chemist can explain that there are  two kinds of soil acidity, the active and the  potential. He could also go on to talk about  this may be done with the use of sulphur at  the rate of two pounds per 100 square feet  of ground for each %' ptf required.  Information on the needs of plants in  both vegetable and flower garden in the  matter of the acid-alkaline balance is  readily available. At the top of the lime  loving plants list is the asparagus, and in  this gardener's experience on this  Seton Villa.  _ _ Happy New Year to all.  the relationship between the hydrogen ions   peninsula, the lettuce. At the other end of  Advertisings  helps you  know why.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  PfOVinCiQl   DECEMBER 31 DRAW  $1   MILLION WINNING NUMBERS  --6-2-1 6- 1   5-5  2   3  6 4   2  9   3  4   2   2 9   18   5   3 .3   8 3   0   9   3   KEERYOUR   DECEMBER/JANUARY  PROVINCIAL TICKET.  IT'S ALSO ELIGIBLE  FOR THE  JANUARY 28 DRAW.  For a list of Bonus Numbers on the  December 6th Western Express Draw,  write to  Western Canada Lottery Foundation.  " One "Take view- Square, "Winnipeg.  Man R3C 3H8  5   6   7   5  last 6 digits win  last 5 digits win  last 4 digits win  last 3 digits win  2   13  $10,000  $1,000  ~  $100  $25  Western Canada Lottery Foundation  In the event of discrepancy between this list  and the official winning numbers list, the latter shall prevail  and the hydroxyl ions that determinate it.  Few gardeners have an interest in these  rather esoteric matters but are concerned  with the state of their garden soil and what  it needs to put it into the best possible  shape to grow what they want.  Most soils under cultivation become  more, acid and the trick is to keep them in  balance between the acid and the alkaline  or to lead them along the' path that any  -partilular-growing thing likes best.-This  as has been mentioned several times in the  "Corner", means the addition of lime���the  question is how much and when.  The "how much" query depends for an  answer on two things, the readiness with  which the lime disperses in the soil, and  the kind of lime used. The lighter and  coarser the testure of the soil the more  quickly the lime works. So less lime is  needed in sandy soil, which is the general  condition hereabouts, than is required in a  clay soil to reduce any given, amount of  -acidity:  scale, that is strongly acid at about pH 5,  are strawberries, arid potatoes and  cranberries and blueberries needing more  aeidity yet. In the flower garden, deutzia,  mock orange and beech are quoted as lime"  loving with nothing in this category among  the perennials though a large number  favour a neutral condition. At the other  end of the scale are the plants that cannot  thrive in an alkaline environment but  flourish-under-acid conditions.���These���|  include the heathers, camellias,  rhododendrons, azaleas and ferns.  Complete lists are available in the  literature on the subject.  If one does not want to go to that trouble  the general guide is that all vegetables can  handle a pH factor between 7 and 5 with  the balance leaning.to the 6 to 7 or slightly  alkaline to slightly acid.  . If one has to deal with a very acid soil,  say where the ground is badly drained and  is inclined to be swampy, it is notlffd-  sf'  *��-,  &        -' ��� >        If.'  r--. V'  . t,)*'  >*_;__, ;>j��__  '��*  l|fc^P.. Ifsv _   ^Sw  ?*�����.* *  i v*  #������#���*����**��*��  Wf-V  v-'<-J*W��.V'   *.,#  Alrme^-same-time^ft^nust���be���visable^��atfemptto��orreeHtln-oneyear  remembered that the same sandy soil  Use a moderate dressing in the first year  leaches out more quickly. with repeated lighter dressings until the  Figures are available indicating the  condition is satisfactory,  vast differences in needs of soils.  For instance, let us assume that one  wants a pH factor of 6.5 which is a  generally satisfactory condition for most  garden produce. If one started with a  factor of 4.5 in a light sandy soil it would  require some 14 pounds of hydrated lime  per 30 square yards of ground to bring it up  -tothe jequiredreading^pn the other hand  if one was dealing with heavy clay under  the same conditions one would need 30  pounds. Other soil types between these  extremes, the sandy loams and the silt  soils would need the application of  hydrated lime modified accordingly.  3&OZ.   :4b  Buster's  DOG FOOD  25%  Old Fourlegs���  a living fossil I J***.  ���  iivms ��� jjreaM COOKIES  Whistler Rental  by Day or Week  REASONABLE RATES  Telephone  (112)  932-5732  or  433-3137   The famous Coelacanth, a fish found  living off theeast coast of Africa W  December 1938, is the topic of an upcoming  exhibit at the Elphihstone' Pioneer  Museum.  Fishes of this kind were thought to have  been extinct for 70 million years, and to be  nearly 150 miHionyearsolder-thanihe  first dinosaurs. 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