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The Peninsula Times Dec 13, 1978

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 XA^Xl'  rSA  . tt       -.-j-  jLe__ ..y-A*Q" ���    tf*  ���      -       ���'  ��� -.1.           ���  -.���' ....  .':. 1  "^���. ;-^#' ~ ' ��� 1���  ���*>  ���3) .  " -> --������:  -                                   ^  -    ���>         ......  ���    ���     ���   ������ . k...  . -."T^  ��� ���' '.I '.V;  # ����  *��  Eileen Glassford dies in house fire  By ROBERT ANDREW ~~~. '" 7'  One of Gibsons most-respected pioneer  citizens, and a much-admired teacher and  athlete,"-Eileen Glassford, died early  Tuesday morning when flames engulfed  her often-visited stone and- wood water:.  front house on Marine Drive. f  She was 70 years of age and had taiight  school in the district for 40 years. ������ ������  RCMP said a sister, Norah Hill, was  also in the house.at the time the blaze  broke out but escaped serious injury.'"  v She is reported to have made an attempt to re-enter the house but was  restrained.  EILEEN GLASSFORD was one of the  most-loved pioneers of the-Gibsons  area. Local historian Les Peterson  says of his friend: "There were  always children aroundTier hqnse.  They looked upon her as a mother."  ��  It is believed the fire smouldered first  then burst into flames that woke Mrs. Hill  then quickly gutted the 67-year-old  structure.  Gibsons firemen responded immediately to the alarm and had the fire  under control in about an hour, police  reported.  An avid supporter qf local threatre and  chcombers-television-senes-in-her a few homes  later years, Mrs. Glassford is still  remembered as an expert athlete in  swimming and diving and, as Eileen-  Whitake, a long-time record holder in the  women's high jump.  She taught in Gibsons Elementary.  School beginning in 1949 and later in  Elphinstone    Secondary    until    her  retirement in 1971.  In previous years she was a teacher at  Port Mellon school.  "As a teacher she had us all green with  Tehvy. She could -take the students -with  difficulty and she was tremendous with  them," recalls Clou Day, a fellow teacher  who retired the. same time as Mrs.  Glassford. ^  Mrs. Day related how the two of them  had gotten together one weekend in the fall  of 1949 and by themselves put a shake roof  on the Glassford house.  "It's the first roof I ever put on in this  area, r drove by the house after the fire  and that was the roof they punched a hole  through. It never had a leak in it before,"  Mr. Day said.  She related other memories after the  tragedy.  "Before there was a road to Port  Mellon, someone would come along in a  fishboat and pick us up and we'd go* up  . there for a little party."  A fellow worker in the NDP Bookstore  with Mrs. Glassford and her sister Norah,  Ann Bums, remembers her as far back as  1912 when the area was ^settlement of just  "She came here for the summer as a  .girl in 1912.and camped here and met her  mother. She was an expert swimmer and  diver and-good enough to keep up to the  boys her age. She was a very good athlete  at the time. I think she swam over from  Ke.ats Island at one time," recollected  Mrs. Burns. \   /  ', ~ Her last huSbawl, was a grandson of  George Gibson after whom the village is  named. She had been married twice  previously. According to friend and local  historiari,-Les- Peterson, .the���Glassfords-  arrived in the area just a few years after  the Gibsons came, in about 1887.  John's older sister, now Grace  Chamberlain of Gibsons, was the first  white child born in the settlement, that  became the present village, he said.  Peterson, a former student of Mrs.  Glassford, remembers her as being very  fond of children./  "There .were always children around  her house. They looked upon her as a  mother.  She was also highly regarded by people  in the Sechelt Indian Band and gave her  support as a teacher-to band students ih  the late 60's when they demonstrated  against the treatment they had been  receiving in public schools.  "Everybody on the reserve called her  "Ta' a" (granny). She was one individual  who was not an Indian, who went out of her  way to help Indian people," band manager  Gilbert Joe said.   ^he^wasquite^ttochedto-some-of-oui  younger people, especially the female  students and took some of them into her  home: Her job was in jeopardy (when she  supported the demonstration);" added  Joe.  In her teaching yers, she is also  remembered as an enthusiastic physical  education instructor who encouraged folk  dancing and theatre.  A former student recalled that she was  known to dp the make-up for as many as 60  performers in a run of a school play and  supplied-aU her own_materiaL for_it ���  She was later a fprce behind the  Driftwood" Players and was largely  responsible for getting young Indian actor  Pat John into the Gibsons-based Beachcomber television series.  She was an active resource person for,  the producers of the show, said Coast  News editor John Burnside, a former  teacher who worked with her in the early  1970's. She found houses for the crew when  they arrived, and provided details of the  communities as well as taking part in the  plays, said Burnside, a former Driftwood  Players member.  "She had a great,appetite for life,"-he  added.  For the past two years, Mrs. Glassford  has had a major interest in Glassford  Publications, the company that puts out  the Coast News paper.  Another   Coast   News   employee,-  photographer Ian Corrance, kftewher for  10 years and has fond recollections,  ^She-aooked-a-djmdy-Sunday-dinner,���  And she was the only one I know with the  patience  to  teach  me   bridge," _ said  Corrance.  Mrs. Glassford was predeceased by her  husband, former owner of John's* Taxi in  the village,- who died May 29,1966. She is  survived by her sister Norah, nieces  Norma Doyle and Jill Hill, stepdaughter  Beverly Campbell, and stepsons Don,  Gerry, David and John Glassford.  Funeral services were held Saturday at  2 p.m. at Gibsons United Church.  Marina won't be  foisted on public  Gibsons Mayor Lome Blain last .week  said the proposed marina for the harbour  would not be foisted on the public and  would have to get over a few hurdles including a public' referendum before it  could be constructed.  ���Hemade-the-remarksatthe-swearing-  in ceremony for new aldermen Lorraine  Goddard and Dick Fitchett.  He said council had been criticized for  spending money on a marina feasibility  study but- ^explained _that any village  project that cost taxpayers money had to  be seriPi'^Jy studied.    7.  "Weic^tj't just spenii the money. We  have to; see first if it "is feasible," the  mayor saiiL ���  handlO itself financially."  He said the project is now at the first  step with,an engineering finn working on a  feasibility study.  He stated the federal authorities have  found it too costly to put the project in the  -area-south-from���Armor-Beach-to-the-  wharf.  *   "If done it will have to be built in the  bay because it is much cheaper," he said.  The mayor told the new council'that in  the ensuing year jhey_ would Jhave_ to  scrutinize expenditures knocking off^any  that are not necessary.  "We are asking Uie taxpayer to support  council by not asking for frivolous services," he added.  2nd Class Mail  Registration No   1142  ��� Serving the Sunshine Coast   (Howe Sound 16 Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing   Granthpms Landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek   Selma Pork   Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb    Madeira Park   Garden  Bay'  Irviges  Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  .LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No. 2  Wednesday, December 13, 1978  Gibsons chamber protests school  board office move to Sechelt  Fk&t; thbwVderal people have to be      _ The mayor announced the 1979 corn-  willing io 'parti .?��V. Tbu. it has to be\jfyttee appointments' at: H%>4kw# -time  approved hy4he ^"Kr&'fl'cnm^tyfi (two  aidermen arid two people frBfti the "community at large)."v     -  "' "  "Then it has to be cleared by council  and finally it must be taken to referendum  preceded by a.^public meeting," Blain  explained.  ���He~added-thafbefore~being~okayedr  council had to be sure the village is in a  financial position to handle it and it had to  be established that the marina "could  4<vith Goddard as deputy ma*��jr, and he*!  of finance, wages and policy, recreation  andhealthcomriiittees.      ~r N"-  Fitchett heads up fire, planning,  building and zoning committees, and is  pr6gram coordinator. Aid Jack Marshall  heads public works, water and sewer  The Gibsons Chamber of Commerce  will lodge a formal protest against a  School District No. 46 decision to move its  .ariiihistrative offifees to Sechelt, according to the organization^' president.,  ~ Jon McRae told the Junes that the  chamber is "going after them to reconsider."  The school board made the decision to  move the six-classroom portable presently  Mills said the cost to move the portable  from Perjder Harbour and do any  renovations would be approximately  $45,000 and an additional $10,700 would be  necessary for on-site work.  The board has appUed to the Ministry of ���  .Education for cost-sharing. ,__.  at Langdale  The ministry of highways has awarded  " "The new office will be approximately  5,400 square feet and will house Continuing  Education and. Special Education staff,  would probably serve as central stores-and  include an'-enlarged board room, said  Mills.  -committeefs-and-AldrtarryTrainor-takes^���arthe-pgffderHarbour Secondary School   a^confifacrfSTwingwall replacement at  over airport and' marine, library and  museum, tourism.and wharf committees  and Provincial Emergency Program.  Cards still up in air  ky   Cancellation of a December 4 meeting  '',''.''"of. B.C, Ferry Corporation's board of  directors has postponed a decision on the  "7 fate of Sunshine Coast commuter cards.  Bill Bouchard, the corporation's traffic  manager,  had  told  Gibsons,  Sechelt,  Powell  River  and   Sunshine   Coast  * representatives thaj; residents would know  before the end of the year whether their  however, that the meeting at which a  decision was to be made was cancelled and  postponed to early January,  Following, the rescheduled meeting,  Bouchard said a decision will be announced "as soon as possible," ���  Powell River Municipal Clerk John  Murray had told Bouchard at a November  meeting that the municipality could not,  cards would be [ reissued oir. revalidated.-^ possibly revalidate 14,000 cards before the  ';."; He told them reissuance or revalidation   end of the year,  was necessary "because there has been  some .ajrosp'V of the Cards, whjch entitle  holders to discounts on loca) ferry run;  Bouchard  Times 'Friday,  "I really, don't think the abuse factor  warrants reissuance;", Murray told  Sunshine Coast representatives at the  November 22 meeting with Bouchard.  site to the Chatelech school grounds to  serve as a permanent board office; at a  special meeting held December 5.  ��� The lease on the school board's.presents  office expires at the end of June 1979 and  Secretary Roy Mills said there is "considerable need to have a permanent, school  board office."  "We're a bit on the crowded side now,"  Mills said of the board's quarters in the  municipal building in Gibsons.  Mills said the board chose the Sechelt  site over a site in Gibsons and a three-acre y  site pn Highway 101 and Lockyer Rd. in  Roberts Creek because it Is ihaore central  tpthe district as a whole.  The site- in Roberts Creek would be  ."equally inconvenient fpr everyone"^hc  .:said,\ .',..,\k'yk" ,':; ., ���������. ���'.,  ,'"  He said Uie Village of Gibsons offered  the board a "yery attractive lease term"  oh a site near the one they now occupy.  No. 1 berth at the Langdale ferry terifhinal, -  Highways Minister Alex Fraser has announced. ''.���','"  The contract award went to the Fraser _  River Pile Driving Company Ltd., of New  Westminster, the firm having submitted  the lowest of three tenders at a bid price of  $203,305$.  Following preparatory work in  December, the work crew of 12 will continue the project after the Christmas  holiday, finishing the job in about six  weeks.  The contract calls for the removal and  salvage or disposal of existing H-pile apd.,  timber jwingwalls and the construction of  starboard and port structures to replace  thern. Win'gwalls are structures to hold a  Vessel safely in Its berth;  All contract measurements are in  metric,  Total cost, including engineering  supervision and materials, will be $615,000.  The board's present office is 2,800  square feet. ;  "The portable will make a very fine  board office," he said;  ;_JVIill&.said^hat-people-in-Pendet-Har^-  bour now having to use the office in Gibsons find the drive a long haul. "Locating  in Sechelt is.an acceptable plum to that  end of the community."  McRae, however, is concerned that the  move will effect business in Gibsons.  "A merchant has to be concerned every  time he loses a potential customer/' said  McRae. ''We'd like to see the employment  down here."  McRae said he feels that Uie decision is  shortsighted in view of a placed move by  L and K Logging to the Gibsons area.  ;, . That company will bring 200 jobs to the  Gibsons area, he said, arid a potential 2,100  new residents, "And a large percentage of  them will be school-age cljildren," he said.  "The object now is to, inconvenience  8,000 people in tho Gibsons area to con  venience 3,000,in Pender Harbour," said  McRae.  McRae said he feels" that the board  voted for the move toSechelt because only /  TwoTpeopfe on the~lwafd~live_ sOUtifr of-  Sechelt, trustees Joanna Rotiuff (Gibsons)  and Brian Hodgins (Bowen Island). Board,  chairman Don Douglas is also a Gibsons ,  resident. ^ ;  "We're not very pleased at all," said  McRaer^WefeelthatGibsonsTias made a:  good offer as any on their property."  McRae said the chamber will present a  letter to .trustees at tonight's (December  13) School board meeting at 7 p.m. in the  Gibsons-school hoard offtee~" " : ~ -7  Board chairman Don Douglas was  unavailable for comment.  way  ���  Area B Director Ed Nicholson, was  elected Sunshine Coast Roglonal Board  Chairman last Thursday with a 6-2 victory  ovor opponent Area C, Director Charles  Lee.     ���     ���     .s    ���  '  Nicholson, who joined the board ln  April of this year to fill in for retiring  director Peter Hoemberg da the Area B  alternate, was elected to the Area B seat In  th<4 November 18 election.       '  [Ho was nominated for tho chairmanship by outgoing chairman Harry  Almond.  jNlcho|son'a victory follqwed an un  precedented request from Lee to allow  nominees to "state (tholr) qualifications,"  Almond ,a three-time chairman of the  board* told the Times tliat nominees have  never given pre-ballotlng speeches beforo  because "It's just not necessary."  "Evqrybody knows everybody else and  haye pretty well' made Up their minds  beforehand anyway," he said.  However directors agreed to LCo's  request and permitted tho nominees five  minutes each to state their qualifications.  Nicholson told dltrqptors thnt although  ho "didn't como hero to mako an election  speech" his main fbcus Jn tho chairmanship, would bo 7 In���Improving  relationships ��� between Uio board and  SCRD staff,T botwoon W"lward''an(i'"thb"  public and among board mombors, ,  This, ho said wns"mpst important" In  Vlow of past happenings on the board and  ho made a call for a "degree of mutual  respect" among mombors,  Leo,'reading n' prepared statement,  told mombors Uiat he had 44 years as on  administrator In,all facets of business t6  his credit, Since ho is 09 nnd retired, sold  Ixio; ho yyould bo able to attend SCRD  offices every day thus offering approximately "$20,000 of tlmo pnd ox-  pfortlso" to tho position ns chairman.  UO also added, before being cut off by  chairman and SCRD SccrotaryTXroosuror  Anno Prcssloy fpr extending his flvo  minute limit, Uint Nicholson hod earlier In  Uioday !lri(Mi to mftKe.�� "deal": with him  nan  made the suggestion to Leo and was not  making any deals with him.  The now chairman, suggested as the  first motion of tho board that his position  i CHARLES liEE.,. lost his bid  bo rqviowed in tl\reo months to dctermlno  'whether ho was doing an adequate job.  Boiird mombors, howovor, snld that  such a motion would not bo necessary.  ,    I,eo,  who was nominated  for  tho  chnlrnwtishlp by Arop- A"Director Joo  Sechelt Village (council) has applied to  the province for revenue sharing in the  building of a $300,000 road project making  Teredo Street a main highway eastbound  and Cowrie Street a one-way westbound.  The project is slated for completion in  summer 1979, .   .  The plan, recently submitted"' for;  Department of Highways approval, will  involve, the four-block-lorig upgrading and  paving of Teredo from Wharf Street to  Shorn Cliff Avenue where it JOinS" the  present Highway 101.  The Teredos-Cowrie project is (an Interim measure until a proposed limited-  access through highway Is constructed by  tho provincial highways ministry.  In a letter, to regional Highways Dept.  head Tucker Forsyth, Village Clork Tom  Wood said Uiat'the population and the  number of cars in uso ln Sechelt ls growing  and now stores and expansions are  emerging.  Ho wns referring ln part to tho planned  four-store cxpunslon of tho Trail Bay  shopping centre now on the drawing  boards,  -Tho one-way designation "of the streets  ls in ordor to eliminate left turns across  oncoming trnfflc, n chief cause of traffic  congestion.   I  Wood sold Uio rond plan Is compatible  with the official community plan for tho  village. Ho said UJ UiO letter Uint Teredo  would handle somo 001 per cent "of  municipal rond traffic.  ' Municipal general rovonuo is expected  *to pick up thptab for 10 per cont of the  total, or $30,000."  Tho village Is asking for $120,000 of tho  total to como in from Municipal Finance  Act debentures ovor 10 yoars nt 11.5 por  cent with Uio remaining $150,000 to como  from n rovonuo sharing grant.  Cost.of tho debenture Interest Is $21,500.  Tho' opening of Torodo wlir sorVo not  j  '.   1  nhMaQjywaa also nciml^ted by Harrison, only tho Trail Bay Mall addition but :wlll  com-  T,p���.  ED NICHOLSON takes'tho soajt of 'won tho, sejt by twatlng Area C  overwhelmed by tho rcsponflibUitv,!'   addkui ��hot i^iohoiiion ^n��uv*nndPrrfl��/,n  !!in^i^ii.��-'i.' 'ne ��� ���ii'��fi.j>--i'pr'��r-��ir''"-,'w  ��-u^.~�������.*. i.,, ,...,,.,*,,,.,,,.,mm_f.. .,��������:*��*���**?*���., . l,r~MHyHU(i^v,,'kwiMiOMiunrffvafluy*unacrrflM'B  chairman, of th^  JBiuiwftno  Coast   DirectorChpriea Leo 6-2 in first round  no said as boiook tho Ifchatr.     /      mj'integrity."     ,,  Regional District Board. Nicholson   balloting last Thursday night. 'TnV ' , Nicholson said Inter that ho lind only  ���'���     r,; ..       ' i'        ',   '' '�� p|. p  ���������' , ���',-.������,  ������'.'���   'v'     ,    :[ 7  - .     <        ��� " '        ;,7,, ,,.,.   "   7^       ' ..     -  ^^St^QSWliB^. ������, . ,,  ,'      >*ns vjco-ohairman anil took^thQ'.''^tlo^';~.4pim'--tip'47^undevolopbdi'loUi,'-lor  Ho sold that Nicholson agreed that MTho " ^Ith%fir^iiiitfmtt6h;'';'v,,Vr'-''*W1^^'^    ^^^j^iM:pilili^WaMHdh'fi"^WhW  won tho chairmanship nnd It did not work    ,; Nicholson told board mombors thai  outjtfttr^thret months,rbe would step down- -because of his fnlMlmo job with the school  district  as  co-.ftrdlnator  of  special  education ho would bo leaning heavily on  and let Leo assume tho position,��  "Irt short,, It was a'deal/' snld Leo,  tfeslddntlnl.  Under n dovolopinont bylaw given first  natlinirflt~Se^ir,ctn^dl^(rtneBday'r  developers of theSc subdivisions on Teredo  will pay n dovolopinont cost,charge for  -Uev-He-tippolhtod^^^  Finance qnd Airport Committees, and   dwelling units'or non-residential projects  ���See l*nge A-3   worth more than $25,000,  ������"*/1tii���:v..'MV"'��V,i,!.i'.  il  ���'t,(1��f"'.'Vl.,<..*.p,p��!ii **   'T   ���nj.ii^.:���i-\,',^mC  yr*'  r'Mll&fM^iiWirttVxJWAtetetfZi^  ^aW^tt^6��W^i^jHm-!w��M��w*i  n  il  i&i!im)pm&Mmi&it!!lir0^  ���ii&fy��>tlM)i^Wl/^i.^.m*^^  wim,,^^.i.s��i^��iMtw^^��;*��wwi#wiiJ  ���sS.vf'.h  ��*^rt,/-     mm..      j   S ***,!  1 y. ..\  I   '.���'������  '.-'"'..  -"\ ' ��� \,:'"  ���;���.���'���  ...     4,  ';  .   "'���      '������ rr ���  .���;.'":; "'v/. ���  : *  ~  ^~^y~  ���'���     '.���'-(.      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This tifne, though, he wasn't  blasting overspending, the recreation  plan or the local! press. He was  campaigning for board chairman. -  .. As usual the statement was-rife-  with statistics. He's had 44 years  experience as an administrator and  -he-^gave���directors^-a���blow-by-blow-  Lee, who offers "deals" for the  chairmanship. A man who vastly  underrates Lee's integrity. A man  who reminds ,Lee oi a son.  A man who won the chairmanship,  receiving all votes except those from  Lee and his nominator.  Why? ,.  _ Outgoing chairman Harry Almond  attributes "it - partly to Lee's flamboyance. "He'd be very valuable to  the board if he can sit tight and use his  knowledge, in the  right quarter,"  account of his successful career. Now  -retired, he tells directors^ie-cairat-  tend the SCRD offices every day and  can offer $20;Q00 worth of time and  expertise.    It sounds pretty good to us, but  why didn't he get elected?  His opponent was a young man ��� a  gentleman, says Lee but one with  Almond told the Times  2 Which might mean fighting ��for  something instead of always against  something.     , -  The regional board needs strbng  directors. It needs directors with the  confidence and experience Lee obviously has.  .  .  But jt needs a chairman who  channels the ��� fighters  and  strong  limited experience and a full-time job   directors into positive action, and one  -to-boot ^vho-wonH���let���his���personality���get  And a man, if we are to believe   larger than the issues at hand.  "Reflections  Christmas alone  By Vern Giesbrecht  Year-end nostalgia  I wonder why they removed the run- , destination. 1 was l6,and lifewa& fun.  nihg boards from cars. Those of us who are       There, were other, Smaller cars at the  labouringmrder a heavjrIoad~ofyeariend���time with rumbleiseatsrMothersxifthe^ra-  nostalgia carry very fond memories of took terrible exception to rumble seats,  running boards. They were handy for seeing "them as the  sport for  awful  carrying extra oil, the strapping on of deflowering and sundry smaller sexual  luggage,   the - hanging   on   of -extra" infractions. What were those mothers-  "RUNNING BOARDS were handy for  carrying extra oil, the strapping ori of  luggage, the hanging on of extra  passengers, pals and puppies,  standing son, and gaining purchase  when  vehicle  required  pusKing  through rain and snow, carrying  batteries, groceries, bikes, golf bags,  bridge partners, .interesting rocks,  plants,  great  Aunts,  tools   and  manure.  . ��3'  In   the  latest  Daniel  issue  wood  of  Westworld  about  passengers, pal&and puppies; standing on    thinking? Where had they been? JThose  :and^gairiingTpurchas.e,..,wh^  required pushing through rain and snow;    ter; wet windy and dusty with no wind--  carrying batteries groceries, bikes,_ golf _ shield to protect eyes and hair. They were  -bags.-bridgelpairtners; .interesfing...rocks,���small - too, - not ...even-much -good ~when~  plants, great Aunts tools, maneure... oh    parked at Point Morose by the lake under  well they were nice. trees and a full moon. _,_ Tl  Those old cars ��� mine was a 1929 Nash       Sometimes mothers are  strange,  7-passenger with two snap up~jump~seats���worrying-"about-distant  improbabl  Small talk  By Ned Schwartz  Well, I reckon we can just kiss Gibsons  goodbye. Scratch her off the map. Don't  forget to turn off the lights when you leave.  ffiyhow~1totnvajrthe_Teactron-fronr  need something special to make folks sit  up and take notice. Gibsons needs pizazz,  and that sure don't mean some ho-hum  tieuprforfancy-Vancouver boatsr  magazine, Daniel  Wood  writes  people who spend Christmas on duty ��� a  fireman,^ late night disc jockey, a nurse,  a taxi driver, for example ��� whUe the rest  of us are at home with our families.  CJOR disc jockey Terry Moore  remembered a lonely Christmas Eve in  Kingston, Ontario.  "... Because I worked the night-shift  rolling records, I never got to meet anyone__.homes, Christmas trees would" still be  grilled cheese sandwiches in the station. - - .   . .    . .   _ . ��� _  don't   remember���if���we���exchanged���-facing-backwards in the rear,_airunk_and defeats_whenjnaybe_theyought_toJtake,up some-corners-last-week-after-the-school Ihey-needjsomethingJlawnrig]  Chrlstmas greetings; perhaps we did. We  were all preoccupied, but not morose, as  we waited to go on duty. Alplayed chess  with a pot-bellied old man oh, one of the  polished benches. The rest of us flipped  idly through magazines.  Finally it was time to get changed and  board the train for the teturn trip. In our  spare .tire or 2 ��� were great. Some nice  boys of the era painted it a flashy two-tone  red and yellow. That handsome vehicle  belched its way around hill and dale for  18 months. Police officers smiled and  waved and even sometimes pushed. All  Montreal chuckled and seemed determined to assist in getting  it to my  else in the station. The gnome, that was  me. I was new in town. It wasn't bad  during the shovv^ but after.  "Here were all the songs going through  li^TieMtaHdmFwalkinglliroughasnowy  Kingston to" an empty apartment feeling  like I'd just dropped in from Neptune. No  friends; no relatives. Zero. The temperature was even colder.  "I ended up in the Superior Restaurant  sparkling,  our gifts-would" await us,"  unopened. Perhaps a slice or two of turkey  would be left.  Most qf all, we hoped that the love and  joy- of Christmas, which had lasted  through the centuries, would stttl be there  when we came home.  HEADER'S RIGHT  Great response  . The only customer. And I ate a dinner  'I'll never forget either: for Christmas  dinner a toasted salami sandwich, a glass  of milk, and a bowl of rice pudding. The  fateW a late-night DJ." -  ���Tne. first and only time I spent  Christmas on duty was a rather pleasant,  experience, though my Christmas meal  was even simpler, than Moore's.  During my university days, I worked as  a porter on the CN trains running between  Vancouver and Winnipeg and when I got a  chance to make a couple of trips during the  Christmas break, I took it, even though it  meant I would spend most of the holidays  working. .'.."���.-,  Passengers and' crew were in a jolly'  mood as the Trans-Continental wound its  way across the frozen country. In the  Prairies the windows were frosted and the  vestibules between the sleeping cars often  had to be swept free of the fine snow that  , had drifted in. We flashed past countless  frozen ponds that swarmed with bundled  up skaters and marvelled at the  gargantuan "icicles than hung from the  eaves of the UtUe train stations we passed.  On Christmas Eve we were in Winnipeg. Half a dozen porters gathered at the  porters', quarters, and ancient greon  building on Notre Dame AVenuc, to watch  tho Rangers - Leafs hockey game on  television., There was a special feeling of  , closeness ' among us, because it vwnlS"  Christmas' Eve,  Wo didn't safrrmch'ttt'we wnlkod to tho  CN station <fi Main, Al^ Potor, Gordie,  Don, Waynorandl, I was remembering  'other Chrhftmoflca; singing, or reciting a  vorsbornroylrtgTshophordinn Christmas  ��� pageant St church, excitedly opening gifts,  carolllnglllstenlng to Handel's "Messiah"  on CHWraRodlo, driving up to Westminister Ahbey In Mission for tho special  'midnight mliss, sharlhg love nnd warmth  with family and friends,  I didn't glvo much thought to' roast  turkey nnd cranberry sauco until wo found  Uio restaurants closed and had to settle for ' hqnrt.  ThePeninsulaYW  thank you  Editor, The Times: ,  On behalf of the Poppy Committee of  Gibsons Branch No. 109 of the Royal  Canadian Legion I wish to thank everyone,  the public, merchants, service and  business organizations who contributed so  generously to our Poppy;Fund.  �� As our veterans get,older and their  needs greater, they appreciate your  concern with their welfare "and would.like  to extend a special Thank You to the'  conductor, members and trumpeter of  Elphinstone Secondary School Band. Lest  we Forget.  ;,-        , >.L.ShMp,  Gibsons.  small heart  Editor, The Times:  Letter in reply to November 29 article by  Ned Schwartz;    ,  Dear Ned,       ,      '  III there 11 read your prose and thought  it was hilarious but subtley sneering, You  scorn,to bo really down on middle-aged  female artists clamouring for "a llttlo attention. ��� ��� '    , "     y'''  Any of us who attended tho art critique  lhstiycar, must surely bo a little, put out nt  ���your dubious wit. ,  ..,x. Even you"must nood a llttlo recognition  from time to tlmo and $2 Isn't such n bad  price to pay.  Ned, you definitely need cheering up  to student forum  Editor, The Times:  Elphinstone Student Research  Productions would like to extend their  thanks to the community for their great"  response to our fonim. We were pleased  with the turn-out and the positive attitudes  ���of everyone attending. -  During the forum students handed out a  recycling questionnaire asking ��� would" "  you be prepared to separate recoverable  waste, i.e. paper, tins, glass, before pickup? Sevepty-four of the 78 forms returned  replied yes and four were negative. The  second question - would you support  weekly pick-up if recoverable, waste would  be recycled, received 72 affirmative answers to 6 against. __   " Thrift sales were a success. The grads  collected $150 much needed dollars for  their graduation activities., The Cedar  Grove Grade 5's supervised by their  teacher BOrry Krangle collected $50. Thp '  remaining articles were donated tMlie  Elves Club, a very worthy cause,-  Due to the great response'we have  already started our research for another  forum to be held Injtike spring and to  consider the possibility of Community  Television. We.hOpe to present this forum  as a CRTC Hearing.  y     ����� ���  Again we would like to thank the  community for their response and participation.  Bill Hume, Stove Ripper,  -Elphinstone.  Good work Elphi  Editor, Tho Times:   ,  As'one. of Uie few elected officials who  attended  Uio- fonrni .on. Solid  Waste.  % Disposqi last Sunday, I wOuld llko to tako  this opportunity to congrotulnta#|he  Technical Producer Jim Douglas, Panel  patrolling their own laurel hedge. One  mother of my acquaintance, a diligent'  gardener, was dutifully edging around her  Deodara when she came upon a neatly and  carefully contrived set of ladder steps  leading up to her daughters window. The -  Deodara was a huge tree. It was a section  of the garden which could and-had been  tidily ignored for more than two years.  -The-steps were painted and blended in  perfectly with ���the house siding. The  ground was well trampled. No weeds .grew,  there. I am so glad we still celebrate  Mothers Day. ' .     <  I certainly  wonder about the maU  services in Toronto. The post offices here  agree that Toronto is tbe worst of all their  mailing points. I lost so many parcels,  Irreplaceable photos and letters that I also  "lost-my-tempen,-which always works to .my  . disadvantage. I sent Off a registered  parcel complete with Fragile stickers and  printed on Uie side "Please do not steal" -  "contents unpalatable". Thejjarcel was so  we|| wrapped and marked that it annoyed ______  those"fiiiihs aTffie Torpnto'R  back to me in 7 days. It had to go by specjal  courier. X  Now I have a postal panacea^Mark  your Toronto parcels thuslyj/'Biolqgical  Specimen of no Commercial Value... Do  ftoFPuhcture'V That realty^scares them.  All my mail is zapping right through now...  Christmas js^he season when the  person whpyhas it all together" knows  exactly which runner to put on which foot.  ��� at 6-p.rh. apd how to light a fire with green  wood minus kindling. ��� Marcia Poultice.  board decided to move their offices to  Sechelt.  With the school board going, can the  Coast  Garibaldi  Health  Unit  be   far  _behind?  Most of theremairiing businesses in the  Lower Village are just scraping by. And  you know the Beachcombers .series won't  go on forever.  "   MeanwhUe, with the sewer going in,-  Sechelt is poised on the edge of a building  boom. B.C. Tel says Sechelt is the major  growth centre on the peninsula.  <��� The enrohnent-at Gibsons Elemental  is declining while Sechelt Elementary is  cramming em into closets.        ./  When they put in the Gibsons by-pass a  few years from nowTfOllcrwill be able to  just zip right up the coast without even a  ~ hdwdy-doTorfhe village.  It's prettyclearrthat IE'Gibsons is going  to keep the store oien they're going to  that'll make those cash registers start  jingling again.  Well, after thinking this through pretty  carefull came up wittfthis one true logical  solution. ���  Gibsons has tobecome4he.punk rock_  capital of Canada. I can't see anjTother-  way around it. ;  Now it's true that some people who  oughtjoknow say that punk has peaked,  that New Wave is what's happening now.  But I figure that leaves us with a strong  market. There must be millions of people  stiU around who haven't got properly spit  ���r ���  C-  on or whomever,got a chance to wear one  -of those gold razor blade necklaces.  So we got to convince Mayor Lome  Blain how it's in. the best interest of this  community that he should dye his hair  -green^nd-start-dressing--out_in-black-  Thanksfor������  time and effort  Thanks from   ,  Christian Science  Editor, The Times:  On behalf of the Sunshine Coast Group  of Christian Scientists, I wish to thank you  for the kind and courteous co-operation  tfyatyou have given us ovor recent years.  '���,". This has been very much appreciated  by, all our members.,  A very Merry Christmas to you all at  the Times.  ,,,'.',  Augusta Watts  ' Sechelt.  Editor, The Times:  The Arts Centre Building Fund Committee express thanks to all the talented  performers who donated time and effort,  to make our 'Variety Night' of December  1, a memorable occasion and a financial  success.   ,���        .'���'' ".''     '     ': 'y, .'���'.,;  Taking part in the program'were* The  Choral Speaking Group of Cedar Grove  School, directed by COHeen Elson, [The  Suncoast Dancers, directed by Robbie  Peters;' Peggy and Ed Burritt, Vocalists; <  Mario Reiche, Accordionist; Geoff Madoc-  Jones, with song and humour; Alan Crane  ^and John Burnside, Poetry readings;  Valerie Kettle, Dancer; Susan Elek,.  Pianist; Eric Dolittle, Cellist; Faye  Birkin, Madeline Grose,and Margaret  Jones, with musical melodrama and  Bunny^hupe, accompanist.  "Margaret Jones deserves a special  thank-you' for organizing the evening.  Hopefully there will be more such poncerts  in the future.  ��� ��� 4*%       ' ���, JoyGraham  Gibsons.  leather and leopard skins and like that.  - Then SuperValu has to pick up the cue  by cancelling this siUy smalltown Dogfish  Dertjy and take out full page ads in the Sun  and Province letting everybody knovif that  IroiSnioCOTrirs'going tcn>e~sEfictly  chicken blood and feces slinging in Gibsons'.'  That's the sort of thing that'll put some  life back'into the village,  ���.-JProbably in just about one week the  place will be so overrun with CBC  reporters and Toronto trendies that they'll  be taking reservations to get Into the  laundromat. And you gotta remember, aU  those people are gonna be buying ham-  biirgers and toilet paper; Oh, It'll be a  swell scfine< (  Naturally, some locals won't like it  much,' But that's just fine, too, because  they'll all be selling their houses lickety  split and, boy, won't that put a smile back  \  on Jon McRae's face when they're lined up  a block long outside his office? You know it  will. i    ���  ���__ Yesslr, Gibsons sure will be booming  after* we get rid of this worn out Bruno  Gerussi image and get on with what's  really happening. It won't exactly be what  your typical up-tight family style person  would describe as "nice",'but it sure will  give Sechelt a run for their money In tho"  old building permits department. And Isn't  Uiat what's Important? /'  Nod Schwartz, a pumpkin farmer, Is  4Mi Inches tall ahd lives In Roberts Creek.  "      ��    i  All thoso negative thoughts nro supposed \ Co-ordinator Karl Johnston and the entire  to bo harmful,  Maybo tho whole problem stems from  being 4'A Inches toll and'having n tiny  RitaWiHouflhby,  RobertsCreek.  group of tho Elphlnstono Student Research  Productions for tho professional way Uioy  produced and filmed this fprum..  Keep up tho good workl  David Hunter,  : ,       Area F Director,  !>/"���  ?  l��ubHs(K'<l Wi'dnosilays nl Sochelt  on H.C.'s, Suiishlnu Coast     ,  ..,.     i'y .  Tlu- 1'unlnsiilii liiiioN  JuLWcM|)i'��ii�� I'ubllcntlonii |.ul  ' ���filficclirfhVWtC--,,,,,.,  \}m 310 ��� Sechelt. H'.C,   ,  .���;...���:������; '    VON^AnV^^:;/1!  l��hoiiuh85..W.H  ,^'V  (��llfcrhmtnr��i.W>miTir' -���-��������  , (oi|>,in. Jucs.-.Swl, /  -   'Siihs��Hp(h/��i KtmM^I'n"i'i(iv��iiA;)  l.oc��il,' ,H7 per year. Hcyoiid ,15 miles, %W  ���U.S.A.. S10. Ovci-nuun $11.  \  :^*^?^^^'*.!Mi|iwr:  I  1AJ11U Ull  Empliyscmo Aslhmu Tubojculosls Chronic Bronchitis Alr'.Pollutioik  K?,TWMi*i'��*  ���I*.'"  mmffmti  ,* i'  ....-. ��� ,' . i ���.      y ,r',    -%$  IT WAS A HEAVVlfoot on the brake  . tyst  week   to  mm  these  wooly  creatures  chalantly  as thoy sauntered  down Highway 101  non-  near  Roborts Creek  coming cars.  unperturbed by  Vv���  ;  ^..  or  4  i  n-VNn\h5*i,*3,',�� ���>.t*'rkt  ,1 liita^Si^^Simi^Sr^lftaia^^  \  Bt-   (u*,\Jy>  f-��W��b����*'  \  i*��  I  .P  v.. )  I '  ..:������/  ,    ' J   V  .1  *!'  '  ./' 7x fx  ������*������* ���. .1  j&*  >  MORE ABOUT . . .  ���T  Ed Nicholson SCRD chairman  ���From Page A-l  retained   his   own  position���sp 'the  Management committee.  He also appointed Almond and Area E  Director George Gibb to the Building  committee, Gibsons Director Jack  Marshall to the Coast-Garibaldi Union  Board of Health, Gibb to continue with the  Garbage committee 'and Harrison to  Hospital Board. <  > He said he was deferring other committee appointments until he had an opportunity to discuss with directors their  interests and experiences in variants  areas. - j  Outgoing chairman Almond said  Sunday that it is "a good thing" that  Nicholson has "almost unanimous support  of the board."  Last year Almond and Hoemberg tied  4-4 for the seat and it took a 25-minute  caucus and three-rounds "of baUoting  before Almond was finaUy elected.  "I've had a fair amount of co-operation  considering It was a very diversly made up  board," said Almond. "If you don't get cth  operation, you can't do a damn thing."  Almond chose not to bid for the seat this  year "mainly because it's time to give  someone else a chance," he said.  ���Hie oath of office was administered by  Judge Charles Mittelsteadt to returning  directors Nicholson and AlmomLand_to_  new Directors Harold Nelson and David  Hunter. Peggy Connor, David Fyles and  Dennis Davison were also sworn in as  alternate directors.  Attend  the Church  of  your  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.���^Gibsons  ;*��..  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  ^        All in St. John's United Churchy  ������ '���   ������:��� '' --������-JiavisJ&iy"' :"'."'���'-   Phone 885-3157;'886-7882;  ...... Sechelt P.O. Box 1514>  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  ,Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor  7      TIMES ORSUNDAY MASS,  ��� >  ��� .��'"'������������.  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  8:30 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on the  Sechelt Indian Reserve .  -10:00.a-nuitt The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt.  12 noon at St. Mary's Church* in Gibsons  Wednesday, December 13,1978  The Peninsula Times  A-3  J. CHOQUER & SONS  CERTIFIED WELDER FABRICATOR���INDUSTRIAL & MARINE  Box 1235  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0.  EAST PQRPOISE BAY ROAD  Bus: 885-9244  Res: 885-2686  It Can Cut Mobile Home Heat Bills By 50% Or Mom  KATHIE TUPPERT, a former taxi her passengers regard a trip more  driver on the peninsula is not the than just a bus service. The trip  regular mini-bus driver. She hopes   should be an adventure, she says.  New bus driver loves  peninsula scenery  By HOWARD BUSHNELL  The Mini-Bus service was faced with a  serious problem recently. The driver of  the bus.left the area^and the bus dispatcher Betty Crosby took another job within  the Sunshine Coast Community Resouce  on the coast. That experience helps her to  find many of the isolated homes, but it has  also given her an appreciation of the needs  of some of her passengers.,If people have  trouble getting in the bus she doesn't feel  that they should have to ask for help. To  ioar-A~di��-/��fsrto-SBifr^ofl+rBt  Society.  r The society has been fortunate and has  been able to find two qualified.people to  continue the Mini-Bus service. The new  ^ateheiv-N��raia-Gl8rtik-rj  her job soon, arid the newdriver, Kathie.  ��?*+HiHWI������tM-iW*.-fc��.  -i^Igrt^^^d^OTncttEJoto^BPEg^  save an elderly or handicapped person's  pride.she will try to help them, when they  need it.  At the end of each day she asks herself  Since she started fliisjobJhe Answer has  ^fagys^en^y^r-Btt^r^^^i^^n-'  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  hadN previously worked as the Mini-Bus  relief driver and she is pleased that she  can now perform the duties oh a regular  basis. Already sOme of her passengers  have expressed their pleasure with the  society's choice.       ���       -  HFor-M^nerial-ftmeFal-SeFviees-  The Mini-Bus service is funded by the  especially niOe day if someone haslSReh  the trouble to say, "thank you,"  If you require the use of the Mini-Bus  Jor a necessary appointment please* call  885-5012 at least one day before the trip is  required. A reminder��� there is a limited  "number of seats on the bus andlhe seats  In an age of  expensive en-  ergv/saving .  money .on heat  maj; sound like  alairy tale.; j  BWthis.Goldi'.  wilts'is for/-  re^}.     ���/���  It^giyes you  ���",B^ y there's no need ftjr fans or ducts. The Goldilocks  allthea>a1w__fi^by  tagesof the  famous "Bear'  series of._,.���  Fisher Stoves.  It meets all  HUD construe  tion and instal-  The Goldildlks is made from heavy Jury  *U" and5/i��"'steel. It measures 36"high  x 24" wide x 26" deep, weighs 420 ibs..  has a 6" flue size and accepts logs to 16".  lation requirements for radiant heaters in  mbbile homes. It also has been tested and  "listefrBy Underwriters 'laboratory (U. L.)  and has-passed all safety.standards for  radiant heaters and fireplace stoves. Listed  For conventional and     ;     .,  "energy efficient* homes, too. x v  r   The .Goldilocks is designed to heat an ar^a up to 1250  square feet (10,000-cubic feet). Nprmjjly, it*s installed.  in homes that require a supply of outside air to feed the  flames, like mobile homes or super-insulated "energy  efficient" houses. But it can easily be adapted for q_  variety ofiother installations as well  \W>th its doors open, the Goldilocks is a fireplace that  adds\harm to any decor Closed" it's a highly efficient  radianfheater with exceptional temperature control.  Unlike,many stoves, the Goldilocks doesn't waste  the volatile gases that contain most of wood's energy.  Instead, it produces almost complete combustion, and  directs the) flames to the stove's sides for.maximum  radiation jof heat.  Easy tO/fnstall.  natural convection, a method proven over   .  hundreds bf years.  & And installation is simple. With proper clearance,  expensive wall  protection is  not needed because there's a^  special Shield  built into the  stpve.  So if you're  fed up with  high heat-bills,  here's the perfect solution.,  A little ' ���  beauty called  Goldilocks.  .$  ,   \  Part of the beuul\ afeien Fisher Sto\ e is us  looks This model has nickel-plated doors.  I  i  ^sl  ^7:A.X 7,r7mk]  7$^mwik  rr-KS  Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  ���1S��  ���   S&l<ti*t$r tfe ScCH^AcHC @04dt  ���'j^ ix.. *  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  t-=  -OL  886-9551  *$.  DAN DEVLIN, Director  Department Of Human Resources and was  established to provide transportation to  the residents of the area who have no other  means of transportation; The service is  extended to individuals whq have medical*  or related appointments, people involved  with the homemakers program, certain  volunteers, and various other necessary  services.  The bus service is administereoTBy a  comnutterheaded bjt^rtMcPhOe. Part of  the committee's job is tomauitain alistrof ,  priorities for the use of the bus service.  These'priorities have been approved by  -the^Wstry^frHaffi^  approval. McPliee is happy with the  operation of. the Service but he wouidjlke  to see the service expanded.  Currently the  Mini-Bus  service  is  funded only for the uses shown on the list  ^areriffled^iranxiedic^^iorityHaasiSr���-  If you are in quest oi a Jewel\Box for  someone special this Ghristmas/come in  and see our fine selection. We will be  pleased to display them for you. ��� Miss  Bee's, Sechelt.  J&C ELECTROIiiCS  885-2568  Radio Shack  authorized Sales Contra  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.  Participatein Canada's EinploymeiitTaxCredit Prognun.  "^^heE-mplGymGnt^kx-GFedit-  Program was introduced by the  Government of Canada to'stimulate  employment in the priyate sector/  ���    In essence^We're encouraging  you to expand your work force  by providing.a tax break for your   .  business.  ^"^iTejKJteTitiaiannual-tax-ciH^it  s for each hevv employee is over  $.3,000. And there is no limit to the-  number ('if new employeesyou  ,employee.ThaUnean^up^tu_3S^��/o_:  more tax credit.  more tax credit.  Greater eligibilin: ��  We have expanded the number  and types of businesses eligible 7A"'  to benefit. Now almost every busi-  ness that's been operating in  SEAMLESS GUTTER:  MOBILE UNIT  GUTTERS INSTALLED  ANYWHERE ON THE PENINSULA  MOBILE UNIT  BLOWN IN NEW HOMES OR EXISTING HOMES  ���Walls ���Ceilings  We install all our products  .'.j  ,UNSHINE !  5DUCTS-,  Richard   ooai/ii i  Sasaratt .QWr'Hl  Box 543  Gibsons  Free Estimates     No Obligation  of priorities, and for operation Turing-  regular working hours. This means that  the people in this area, who do not have  transportation, and who cannot afford the  cost of a taxi, have no way of participating  ���in activitiesr day or night���For-exampler-  many people now residing in the long term  care unit at St. Mary's Hospital are  limited if they would like to join in any  civic or social activities.  This problem might be solved if additional funding could be obtained to  provide for a part-time driver and perhaps  another vehicle. Money to supplement the  existing service wOuld have to be obtained  from another government department and ;  locally subscribed funds. IVJcPhee is,;  hopefull that a solution can be found so  that our house bound, institution bound,  ��� citizens can >lead a more norrtial life.  .������ For Tuppert's part, she recognizes the  need for a transportation service. She goes  one step farther and adds'a little extra to  this service. She feels that the people who  use the bus should enjoy the trip. , ,  Tuppert loVes the'f^Wrisula and can't  think of anything nicer than being able to  see tho scenery every day. She hopes that  her passengers regard their trip as more  than just a bus servicfi. The trip should be  "' an adventure, especially for someone who  doesn't leave home often, and sho does all  she can to make the ride something  special.      - ���  ^ At ono tlmo Tuppert droyo a taxi hero  can hire.  Now, by using the experience  we've gained so far, we've  changed the program to mtike it _  won movo attractive.    "'A ' <���  Up lo 3S'/t% more tax credit ���  The maximum term for the tax  ��� credit has been increased from  nine to 12 months for each new " ,.,���  Canada for a year or more can join iii.  Wider choice of new eniploy(?es.  Now, almost anyone who's  unemployed and registered at a  :Ganada-Employmerit-Gentre for a  minimum of two weeks is eligible.  A minimum of red tape.,  We've simplified the procedure,  so you can do the whole thing,  from beginning to end, with just two  single-page*forms. ;,     ���'���������"  For full detailS'On the program,  contact any ,Canada Employment  Contre/pShiula Manpower (-eht.re.  ," i  x ��� ��� ��� . 'iXXx  *$:x.  '"i^^.-v";'-"*^-;  t  WINKING NUMBERS FOR NOVEMBER 1978  NOV. 1 DRAW  NOV.8DRAW"  $100,000  WINNING NUMPERS  las) 5 dlQlls win $1,000'     NOV.  last 4 digits win    $100  taM3dloll9vylr)      $26  Am  4  1  6  0  2  0  5  1  .7  3  6  8  0  6  3  1  0  2  2  1  9  1  9  9  1  7  4  3  8  9  6  2  1  i DR  AW  !  0  3  1  0  0  1  0  6  0  9  6  2  ,7.  4  6  7  8  4  6  7  8  5  3  0  5  4  7  8  3  3  3  7  4  2  0  41I  I  0  6  0  1  5  2  1  .1  6  3  i- PlOVillCial NOVEMBER 26 DRAW  $1  MILLION WINNING NUMBERS  7  8  0  5  0  5  8  4  5  0  6  4  7  8  5  2  2  4  0  3'  3  *  4  9  1  NOV, 22 DRftW  1  1  0  1  3  1  0  3  1  1  5  3  8  9  6  3  7  3  8  8  8  7  5  9  7  2  7  5  4  7  6  2  8  6  Li  8  l^m-  6  9  5  6 e:  4   3  0   7  4  U-^mC'.'  o  6  0  0  JPL  last 6 digits win  ....Josrs,dloitfyrtn��  last.'4 digits win  last 3 digits win  a 7 ;���'" fc-T���TCBBP-vouR-";-. 1'  ~     L-m.m I'NOVEMBER/DECIMBER  ~~  i-5v-p^'; ^���*":'*,vPftC^,'w''AL'iEKeT.",'"i hi  T','!M'*''��lW','^%pWk��'af3lWti-p1-''' ^  ��>     J fORTHE   i  7    3    9    DECEMBER 31 DRAW.  IlD^OOO  $1,000  ��100  $25  8  *  rjvn  4  4  i  6  4  d  3  4  9  1  0  3  9  9  0  9  ���py��r  4  '""Mtf  ���tfT**"**  7  1  7  '���?  r  - .WostQfnQanada LQtiory foundation  i       In 1Mb tavtml ol rino����|.>iinr:.py halw^un l/imlul       '��� .  nh'l Uii�� nllicinl wiririirifl/iiirriljou ln|. Iho'latlof Minil pipvuil.  pr~7-:yi-  *lttl\.-#\i\,m,    mm  ,  t*,\.r\   "I  ��   ��  H" ���"���    .  I*;y.r\   'I.   .  ^  \        '"'���' '  *r.��.  V,..^   !.,,.,..  :��������� '.  .���<J^/Eni|)loymt��hlnfid Empldiol  '" T ^Immlarftllon,cnnndn    Immlgrnllon Canntln  Burt Cullftri, Mlrtltier,"r> Bud Cullen, MlnUlro  ��y-d^,,7-y^rAX7^).  a.ma^ti.l,.,ni\.l!,.^U, ���,' ,,'������,���, ,.' .'yi,^.  (ff i   V,immiZ'"n ���'<  r,. .M..fl''|..'T*,V|p'p  '���'.fie*  ���..U...,gf*s-.  1 rv  \  �� ii  \  yntt$m*ti  ���.���t '���������  t>^'irir!rlnii&W*m*Wmfm^^  I  iW>r--��*swM��H*tii,>���4,.fi?ii  ��<Hfi**J��'        *--Wl   1*     i  ^.b^jfj^^M^tWI^V^WPW^b1  .,v^.���r.  \   1  ���\  p T.  '>  \   ' ��� \ ,\.  X^r~  "^  . -&        -m-ft> .  ;, ������/  ���          ���)������    \     _^.,  kr..^:,X.. ....-  vT   '   '         -   ���    -     -   ���  *  s.  ��  ���.  /  /  i ���  ���"V  ���h '  y  0  ,  *  -  _  -   \.  ���  ���  ���  "  ���A  Page A-4  The Peninsula Times Wednesday, December 13,1978  -��� s-z���-���-���������.���mmmmm  Halfmoon Bay-happenings  Fire Dept. Survey  By Mafy Tinkley, 885-9479  Sechelt notes  Singing week  by Peggy Connor, 885-9347'  Trail Bay Mall will be the place to hear EIGHT P.M.  the, Sechelt Elementary  School  Choir       The  right, time   for   the   Sunshine  singing Christmas carols. The day is Choristers is 8 p.m. Sunday, December 17    . ,   vnTT  December 14 at 1:15 p.m. / at the Bethel Baptist Church, at which        ��,,���,���  The grades will be from four to seven time there will be a Christmas carolling  The Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire the Bill Dolmage nome. The ladies had  Department is planning a survey of all surpassed themselves in the preparation  home's in the district and will be sending of many lucious dishes, so that even the  out questionnaires early in the new, year to most enthusiastic weight-watchers threw  obtain the necessary information. From caution to the wind and took no account of  this survey, the firemen plan to build up a calories:  card index which will be kept permanently <���     President Geri Smith welcomed the  in the fire truck and which will enable following   new  members  and   their  them to give the utmost help in the event of husbands: Dorothy Stacey with husband  a fire. Particularly in homes where there Jim and Nita Haugland. She read a lejter  are children, it may make all the dif- of thanks from the administrator of St.  ference in the world if the firemen know Mary's Hospital for the gift of a television  the layout of the house and where the set which the auxiliary had presented to  bedrooms are. It is hoped that all residents the Extended Care Unit. She expressed  will co-operate in helping the firemen to special thanks to Mary and Bill Dolmage  ) for the use of their home and for all the  In July, a training officer of the Van-   help they had given. She paid tribute to the  couver  Fire  Marshall's  office  visited convenors,  Jean  Mercer and Mary  SECHELT DENTAL CENTRE  The addition of a second telephone line has required us  to change outxphone number.  OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER IS  885-3244  Public Works    Travaux publics-  Canada Canada  will be enj oyed by you if you are there  -SCHOOL-CONCERT  not just because they bring light into one's   ?g^iTLr, **��� T  ��f  ^ J?"  assisted them.  Bat even on such a happy occasion-  life but because thev comefrom mnny tmguishers and lifesaving equipment. The          ��"*- ~"-~-��" _L of thp 3iin��hinp rnnat firemeirwho took the course nave now there-was one sad note-when members  Thursday evening is the Sechelt p*i�� w ub duimto was. received .certificates from the Fire said_goodbye to Alice Young who had been  Elementary School concert to be held in   SETTLEMEIJJT PLAN AREA_i'B"  Marshall's office which will soon adorn the~~alaitbf id and hard-working member for  the gymnasium starting aU p.m. The next meeting of Area "B's" Set- walls of the firehall. Further training is many years and who was moving to  Last year it was an excellent produc- tlement Plan will be held December 19 at being planned for some of the firemen. The Toronto.  On  behalf of the members,  tion and this season promises tp be equally ^e Re-Ponal Board Office. Defining the department has'been invited to send two of Queenie Burrows presented her with a  FOR SALE  SEALED OFFERS for thepurchase, removal and site  restoration of the Crown owned structure listed  -below/addressed to the Headf Twdei,sv& Contrartsr  as entertaining. Everyone is welcome.  goals and preparing for the first draft its members to Vancouver for a few days' silver souvenir spoon,  should be finalized by this meeting. practical training in fire-fighting. During RAFFLE WINNERS  HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO the daytime they will take a course of Joan   Mackereth   supervised   the  CLARA NYGREN! instruction and they will spend their drawing of the winners in thelchr-istmas  (Clara was lucky enough to be born on evenings on call in the firehall, attending raffle ^d the following were the lucky  the same day as your faithful columnist any fires to which their hosts ^re called. ���* names the afghan made by Mary Murray  Peggy Connor. Ed's note.)             ,              The annual firemerfs ball for  all %as won by W. Mattis of Pender Harbour  ^m^Hhe^unshmf^ast-^^  GIANT FLEA MARKET  SUNDAY, DEC. 17  FROM 10 A.M.-THE END  "BRING YOUR WHATEVER"  Rain or Shine  ��� Live Music  ��� Santa Claus  ��� Ch/istmas Baking  886-7888  S$U6_       GIBSONS  ^EM*L. HARBOUR  w   J*~ BUSINESS  ASSOCIATION  last Saturday at Roberts Creek HaU,   ^^^ of tte painting .by Mae Parson*,  hosted by the Roberts Creek Volunteer   Evelyn Shellshear won the Christmas  -Fire;Departaentrto  Ipft tn f-ftMag-aM-ttistrirltr  TteDecember^usiaessmeeting of the   handsomfrsouptiireen was won by Bernie  department^ to held m^  Pec<Lm^.r 2��AwheZiSiH^i^0rP^?^:^^nner of the minr-raffle, a centrepiece  for the Fire Department raffle. So, if you made by Carmen Grassie.  haven't, yet bought a chance, on the The next meeting of the auxilary wiU be  beautiful chrome lamps, smoke alarm and at ^ WeiCome Beach Hall on Monday,  fire extinguisher   tickets are available january 8 at 8 p.m., and not the usual first  from any of the firemen or at the post Monday of the month.  office or the B & J.Store^������----^-^- ^  Pdcific Region/Public Works Canada, 1110 West  Georgia^ Street,  Vancouver, B.C���V6E-3W5���and-  endorsed with the Project Name will be received  until 11:00 A.M. (P.S.T.), 20 DECEMBER, 1978.  PR 11302 - Fir Timber Approach - approximately 10'  wide by..57' long at Donley's Landing, Pender.  Hjarbour, B.C.  Subject to prior sale or withdrawal in whole or in  part. The Minister of Public Works will receive  offers for the purchase of the abovso. ��  The   Department's   forms   shall   be   used   when  ^ubmitting~OffersTeTPufchasaTOffeF~Forms and  ^4��ra��i--mfofmetiof*--^^  tqcting:    O.C.    Kirkby,    Public    Works    Canada,  Property   Services   Branch.   1110   West   Georgia  COMMUNITY NEWS  CHRISTMAS SPIRIT  With-the-apprqaeh-of-Ohristmas, let-us-  At an. executive meeting of the ; spare a thoughtfor the lonely and the sick,  Welcome Beach Community Association for whom Christmas Ts not necessarily  last week it was reported that membership going to ^ a ^py one 0ne o�� those stQl  had now reached a figure of 141 members, in hospital at St. Mary's is Ross Conquest  Two sessions of the Christmas dinner will who g^ to be enjoying visits by his old  be held on. Friday, December 15 and ,friends and neighbors.  Saturday, December 16, both at 6:30 p.m. For the next few weeks while your  Members should check their tickets to see corresiiondent takes a break, please  which night a place had been reserved for tdephone your news items to Peggy  them. Both dinners will be catered by Connor at 885-9347.  Helen Robertson and there is no need to  bring dish^  Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6E3W5, Phone: (604) 666-  6468..  Offer'Forms may be obtained from the following  Post Offices: Pender Harbour, B.C. and Sechelt, B.C.  Jtke_DeparlmenlJ^erA��sjf^^  all offers.  ������*��<<..  cuu-*-*  ,j���f ������������*��  '���feel,  A party is also being planned for  :mpnheEajmJSewJS[eaE!��-Ev��jitJ_.pjn._at _  the hall. Please bring your own refreshments, including mixes, glasses,  something for the snack table and $1 for  admission.  High score winners at the. whist drive  t)n~December-2r-iyere���BiH-Praser~and  Eileen Greaves, with consolation prizes  going to Fred Greaves and Ella ifilder,  house guest of the Al Lawson's. Next Whist  drive will be oh January 6 at 8 p.m.  _On Tuesday,-JanuaiyXat-iO-a.m. the-  Ladies Auxiliary to the Welcome Beach  Hall will meet at���th�� hall to plan the social  evenings for the rest of the season. All  ladies interested in hall activities" are  welcome to attend. ,  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  The Christmas smorgasbord of the  Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary had  never been happier or more sparkling than  it was this year in the gracious setting of  Uso'Tlmos'Adbriefs  H.D. Ladoucier  -  Head, Tenders & Contracts  Department of Public Works '  TPlOW. Georgia St.,    '  Vancouver, B.C. <  V6E 3W5    -f  ��:.-;  XXyyM7::.  o  ,'.iittiii[t|i!iti;itif!iiim|i|iti!i).l  i;:!il:!''^t'ili'iiiii'ilili I     'fi"  ��Xmm. tlLM  , u i^ri.i.ji^.^^pi^ii^.f'pi  r^'^^^.^M  '     . ' ! /ll'1 -i ���'' !' i '.,  ���' i.:! -V':';:' i'; 'i'i! k k ^  7m7i:,,... ���< ':> X. ';<���. wX7 ���-. kX77 i '.u "i \77iiXX7XX,i i!i'l!'iil!;!iiiii'.!'ii 7i.X'i\  'XX  yAiiyr'fiiyiymn'iiyyii  n^MXiXmkm7m  ^BukXM7{7XX72A  ��� ���    ##.  ��� ��� ���  p:'.;��;p||.pp.'p,!|p| Ill'tar  ��" 777^72m  rJil|l<;ll:JwUi.i��ll|'.|il��lL.>,<i.i.i'ilil  ,,������.4i*/(JlrJst.|p��ii.l:!l!i'>,l|!p'|:i:tpiil|.||'  i.'fii'.'M'ri'rJp'ip',:':!;'!*''!''';  ,:fftl|i!!'!!��l'lTt'  it,h>ii\i.i,yi,,nii  i|:.W^.*tiH.��i  WW I  .-.A- ]'7i!727''XykXkXkXXXX, ���.,<���<��� ��������?  ^iiiityiSViiili.ii[iiS!ii4ij!|i!ii|!*ijfiiiiji^  ���fkX " '"'���'������"���'���"������"���''"���:,J/- "���������  nljp.  ;r.||i.t,M\��l:i,'^iiJf.H��-��,YJ-W;*.��;*;';fMn:t;Ht-':'it1^��^ |:���1*l^^J^^j������'M|i<Jj^l^^l^^^^^s;;'  jliiii^iiliii'iifiiililJiiSiiliflltlil^S  pi,',,.,iii....u..i.,:ikiil"'.IK"' i M" i _ l'...;|j,.i.i.i..^(.ai^^:ni_r'!",'i.'p.'l.'!:''.' ���''ii, m,yy,,.\it,,.  *���'  ���i"*fc"j < ���V**H-**t";i\,tsi5*^^ ".V - * "i**.1'!"*!*? ��t V"1?^??^***^ "* .tp* j?^ ��*��� ?! ?7  ii.!!l!jiJ!i!|i|.|ii|f!!|J!WI;!iiilii!J v  ,''i!i'|p|:|ljj!i"l:.l|  il iiiiii.,i|l*iii!ii|iiiilil!i|i)ili|i|l|Hi.i.��...  i';!::il!!i'i;:.|.;"   iti^Pii^ii^Cillhisii;  1'j��.|'l!��'l"l,|li^!'i'>'-|,:p|;Jnl*Vw.'  .,f),,:,f|!l.^p^'#iri\),,f1ii. .%vi wj .*  l.ii^^[>Hi4rftfi!iH|^.i*}i9ilitH|ii4lM|iik^jfe^^  ^i^^fj^,,..,.,.,,,,,,',,,,,,:,.,,,,,,,,!..,,.,,,  .   .., , ,|!ifi:|||!i:lli!:y|;lJiii.ii,i>i!i'!!H:!il  *ii,||!(!Hi^|iPIM  -Hiiil   '  :.(I. I,i|!;it'  t  J,^.l;::.|.i;iliW.:||.!|i|i:.||i|li:i|i!,|i;,i.i].l|,.i|.!,...;i(.'!;i...iV:':.'i.::.'ii  *'.'  itp^^AiUU.�����y( i2y*mJ*liJm^ii*>i'-viiA_    ���  **��*������ i'     i  Bj^%*��aosQ(s^*.-.^  Wi^'^^,��!iqpWrSn��N����iH'*������W^^  l>..j(HW��W#^1-iil4.����   S^ww'WMVitlfl^Htl *��������<  -vifBBUB,   -v* tn     <r  H *-*. ��m r     f{��   * ty   i  \") " __..-���-���t^ .-  fc-  Wednesday, December 13,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page A-5  Pender Harbour Nibbles...  Health clinic bazaar  *   By Queen Rat, 883-2308  CLOCK REPAIRS  ALL KINDS  Houto calls for larg��r clock*  DAVID BURGGRAFF  885-3163  The Pender Harbour Health Clinic 26 and 28. Fines will not be charged for  Bazaar was held December 2. Arts and books which become due during that  crafts folks supplied most of the mer-~ period.,  chandise and it was really beautiful. LEGION 112  Violet Evans, publicity chairman, said       The winners of 20-pound turkeys are  the auxihary gives its heartfelt thanks to, Doris   Edw9rdson)  Seima   le,Selleur,  Uie people* for bringing their wares to the Qordie Kobus, Ted Debrindtand Ed  ta���- McAllister.  Therel   was     knitting,     sewing,  homebaking, painting by the dabblers,  ceramics,    Christmas    decorations,  macrame, jewelry, corsages,  cushions  andj^hristmas^tockings.^-  ;There will be another turkey dart shoot  onv Saturday, December 16. at 1 j).m.  Everybody welcome.  PRAWNS  FOR SALE  883-9604  883-2638  *L75>lb.  A  SECHELT   BOY   SCOUTS   braved  the winter chill last weekend to  save celebrants a tramp into the  woods for a Christmas tree. The  scouts set up shop in front of the Trail  Bay Mall.  MTHEJlEROlWAFEq  i 9-  Gibsons Harbour  ���-���-"HOURS: MON,~FRI^8 AM.. 8 P.M. --^-  IIOll^OPtN^OfHWifc  Try Our Homemade  Shepherd's Pie, Welsh Rarebit,  ���������or Roasl  FULL" FACILITIES  DROP OFF YOUR PENINSULA TIMES  CLASSIFIEDS HERE  Remember'1 Bridge Wednesday Evenings  Date Pad  Doc, 13 - Annual Mooting of Sun��hlno Coast Scholarship, Bursary R Loan  ,.,.,_,,��...Socloty(..Elplilnstono-Socondory-Schoolr'4-pm,-p' -   ���������"���'������"-"���" ' - ���*���"���  ���"-;"  Doc, 13 - Drama Club Mooting, Robts Ck Elofn, 0 pm, ���  Doc, 13.- Preschool Library & Slorytlmo, Wilson CH Comm Hall, 11130 am.  Doc,.13   - Carpot Bowling, Harmony H.all, l pm,  Doc, Ifl ��� DaHfclng ��� Sr. Cltlzons Hall, Socholt, 1 ;30 pm.  Doct M ��� Alatoon Mooting, Gibsons United Church, 7 pm.  Doc,   \A -.-  Wostorri  Wolght  ControlTiirs  MunilriU, -l-U���qm.  Evoryono  wolcomo, 0(15.9536 to roglstar,  Doc, 14 - i Alcoholics Anonymous Mooting, Wilson Ck Comm Hall, 0i30 pm,  003-3394 or 083-2096 for Info,  Doc, 14 ��� Bingo, Harmony Holt, 8 pm,  Doc, 1*4       Tolrohodron Ski Club Genorol Monthly Mooting, 0 pm, Vic  Bonaguros .homo, Govyor PI Rd, Gibsons,,  Doc, 10     Carpot Bowling, Sr, Cltlions Hall, Socholt, 1:30 pm,  Doc, 10       NaVv Horizons Club, Robts Ck Comm Hall,  1:30, pm, Carpot  Bowling, Whlst'iitc,  Doc, 19     Al Anon Mooting, St, Aldan's Mali, Robts Ck, Opm,  -���*��.,.  i"^'>^v--.��y>WC'.:  i ���>Jpt^lCi����**  USf THir 5PA�� TO PROMOTI YOUR ORGANIZATION'S |VfNTJ. .'  Squaringly yours  By MAURICE HEMSTREET    .  teUuwisqaar^dancefsTpun up a  chair and bend an ear as I try to put all the  following words in the right place,_to bring  you up to date On the local square  The refreshment counter featured  sandwiches made to order, scones with  cheese, Christmas cake, buttertarts and  shortbread.  The children's Fea Market was a  beehive of activity.' It featured bookmarks, Jmking>4)lanls^d-novelties.-  MSnteen Griffiths won the gingerbread  house raffle. The big dog donated by  Carolyn .Jefferies was won by Pauline  y., ���3abcock.-Ted Jemple!sxockingJiorsewas  won by''Gail Ralston. Mrs. Simmer's afghan was won by ^Evans Hermon." The  Christmas caKfe decorated as a doll  donated by Pauline Babcock was won by  Marg Ranking The smocked apron donated  by Vi Berritzen was won by Bunny Smith.  Luncheon for two donated by tlje Pender  Harbour Hotel was won by Pat Garrison.  -TheHsig^rottieH^drbieaihlOTKrted  Tyr\er was won by Pauline Babcock. The  .WASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHERS-MICRO-OVENS  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor    -'  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-year guarantee on washer transmission  _Lifeiinae_guacantee__Qn_stainless_steel _  _w9?.h��!I", tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPLIANCES  883-2648  -Bert"1 and-^iaini  3yd ;.and-XoEaine.!.Con  and Gladys Parish arid Louise Mason  accompanied caller Harry Robertson and  his good wife Deanna up to Campbell  RiVer. Harry took the spotlite on stage and  according to those who went with him, did  a real bang upf job of square dance calling  for The Campbell River Ripple Rocketts  square^nceiclub^With-fout-setSrOn-the���  floor, Harry said it was truly the greatest  experience in his square-dance life and  that they were a great group of square  dancers. It was just like being at home and  although they had quit.e a time getting on  the ferry for'Comox all went'"well with the  help of Ron and Jean Turner and a good  time was had by all.  Unfortunately, no one in our club would  like to write this column aind unless I can.  go along on these square dance trips, no  one ever brings back very much information, sol have to do a lot of guessing.  However, mf'(tien$]$&��  lells the truth, so next time! see;her I shall  find out just what kind of a Saturday night  square dance this one %as like.  On December 8 it was carry on caller  -Harry as ThelSunshine Coast Country  |���Stars^fiUedtheJloor-withfour-setSfiiot-bad-  at all. The Roberts. Creek School Gyrri was  just a jumping.     ; ���  This coming Friday evening will be The  Country Stars Christmas square dance  party with the usual exchange of gifts at  coffee time, and it will also be the last  square dance of the 1977-7J}. square dance  season, easy level with the odd hot square  thrown in. All siquare dancers Welcome;  Plans for our New Years'Eve square  dance are under way, so more on this ne^t  week, so be sure to go out arid buy your  Peninsula Times and keep in stride with  the local news of our area. So with that in  mind have a good day, see you at the  square dance, keep a smile on your face,  Christmas is just around the corner/ buy,,,  buy now.  Weather report  Snoopy made and donated by Lou Farrell  was won by Louisa Penson. The raffle of  the floral arrangement for workers and  exhibitors was won by Dot Farrell.  sTfce-labor and donations that go into  fgamzihg a successful bazaafsBow low  te*dtee^U3Qliaryrappneeiates^he*eall  clinic.  ...: If you missed the opportunity to help  s support your clinic then please J��e sure to  give a hand nextjthhe you are palled on.  Merry Christmas anj$ a Happy New  Year from the Pender Harbour Health  Clinic.  ^PENDEHTTHRiroTJRTaBRART      ~~  The library will be closed December 23,  the illness you'll neyer see  coming. Get in shape-r-and  -don't give the enemy  a big target.  Fitness is fun.  Try some.  CHRISTMAS HOURS  ml^^ecrlTt^i^rOff  MONDAY, DEC. 18, 9 A.M. ��� 9 P.M  TUESDAY, DEC. JI, .9 A.M. ��� 9 P.M.  9 A.M.-9 PM.  THURSDAY, DEC. 21,  9 A.M. - 9 P;M.  FRIDAY, DEC^ 22,  9 A.M.-9 P.M.  SAIURDAYJJE(L_23^  9 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.  Hundreds of  Christmas Gift Ideas!  ''.��� yX" " ���',:'���'       .   ���   ��� \!        ..     ��� '.���>''   i ���  TYDEWATER CRAFT & HOBBIES LTD.  Gower Pt., Gibsons ,'"   886-2811  ;"\  Lo  Hi Prec.  cms  Decembor2... 2.0  5.0,  1.28  December!),.,.,,,.,.;...,3.0  0.5  0.44"  December4 ,. 2.0  7.5  nil  December5 ..,, -0.5  6.5  nil.  Decembers v -2.0  0.0  nil  Decembcr7.., -1.0  3.5  ....,_  December 8...; 0.0  .1.0  0.40  Snow December 7 ��� 0. cmflj December  8 -, 12.8 cms.  Week's rainfall 2.12 cms, week's  snowfall 11.68 cms. ��� 3.46 cms. total.  December to date ��� 3.46 cms. 1978 to date  -111.43-cms. "  December 2-fl, 1077 rainfall ��� 0.53 cms.,  snowfall - 1.8 cms. totals 0.71 cms.  December IS, 1077 ��� 2.26 cmsrJnnT-  Ucccni^rJrW78~ 105.87, cms.      ������-...  Give Her What She  Really Wants  for Christmas  [; A MICRO WAVE OVEN  |Lowo��t Piicos In Town]  from  HARBOUR  SUPPLIES  I  DID YOU KNOW?  ��� That your ICBC Autoplan insurance renewal  is going to be due soon...  ��� That the Motor Vehicle Branch in Gibsons is ah agency  of the Village of Gibsons...  '' < *��� '       ���  mt ' i     ' i ���''' ' L't 'JI  ���'   *    ', X ���'       '/' '  ��� That the Motor Vehicle Branch is an Autoplan agency...  ���'      " ��� '.'''. ���       ��� )p  ��� That a percentage of the money you spend on your insurance  stays right in the village of Gibsons.  SO...!  Purchasing your Autoplan at the  Gibsons Motor Vehicle Office is like  ���*     * ,.'''.  investing in your community  ��� DM  lliwfir  Wi  ��^-  FOR MORE INFORMATION  CALL 886-7913  'i       , ,,      *��  Monday & Tuesday-8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.   ,  Wednesday���8:30 a.m.-12:00 & 12:30 p.m.-4:30 pj  Thursday���8:30 a.m.-5:45 p.m.  Friday���8:30 a.m.-5:45 p.m.  Saturday���9:00 a.m.-l:00 p.m.  Kkm  m.  ������-,-��� f  ��� I ... ,V I  GIBSONS MOTOR wtnioLt/ICbU OFFICE  Winn Road, Gibsons���across from Post Office     L.     1  ���m^W',  883-2513  k^<��mmMX*r _ mTm_  __   t.          \-  ������"��"*;:  ��)��'u  Mr. ,.y  **!^*^***+*^W(r��W>!*l*l'i*  iK'����*=i# ir<��*iSiHi*����aK^''**t*��*^  !*��S^fSi��^����^^��VPSii��W��jlW(  S*i**^^ira^#*V,��^'!iK1>*>il^5*iics-#Sii'*v-pp^r  >.::..��iv,r..^.fc..-h  SMtKSh��p^P!H^��^^l)^'ifl^^^��;ftV1"wtl''BlH*;a  ''�����'(       if '     V    \".■-■:'■'   7"-
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Page A-6
The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, December'13,1978
- TP-CE? kJ—..^35,
'Now You're logging' is a book for all
NOW YOU'RE LOGGING by Bus Griffiths. Published bjMHarbour Publishing.'
$15:  ■
When I was introduced to this book it
excited ftie very much.
The colorful ..dust-cover with the
brilliant paintings was most attractive and
was full of promise. The whole work is true
to that promise.
Bus Griffiths spent five years of his life
conjuring up the experiences he had in the
forest. He added an intriguing romance to
a great salty tale about the adventures of
rough and ready men making their living
in hard and dangerous circumstances;-
_AUthe"lingo-6f-the woods is carefully-
explained so that when one has read the
book he has become so immersed in the
life that he feels that he has been there.
This is accomplished not merely by the
written word set up by a printer and
presented as such. All of the text has been
carefully and clearly hand-lettered and
every paragraph of it is illustrated with
splendid drawings in greath depth and
That the memory of it all and the
imagination of the story should be
executed and illustrated by one man
makes this a prodigious work.
For us, living on the Coast, there is
some reflected glory in the fact that Bus
Griffiths lives just across the straits from
us, at Fanny Bay, where he did the job,
is published by Harbour
just up the road at Madeira
and that it
Publishing -
"Now You're Logging" is a book for all.
Children can glean much from the clear
and interesting illustrations; loggers can
glory, in their own memories; highly
educated people can enjoy the thoroughly
good work and the humblest of folk can
spend a long time wading through its
Jt is going to be a much-talked-of book.
THE SECHELT INDIAN" Band ac-   reserve's domestic water line and for turned over to the school board to use
-ceptedldeUYery-QLtM^^oao^^ the Native Environmental Studies
casoe{front end loader packhoe last   is the second such unit purchased by program at Deserted Bay.
week. The band plans to use the   the band. The first was purchased six •
machine for the upgrading of the   years ago .for similiar uses, but was- „
Clinic auxiliary thanked by official ~,.;J
Stone facing.- Fireplace
& Chimney Repairs
Swedish boy:^ My grandfather
is tougher than your latlieiv
Canadian boy: Yeah, I know.
The, Canadian movement for personal litness
Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.
On December (Tat 7:30 p.m.  Joe
Harrison; vice-president of the Medical
Ruth Kobus, president of the Women's-
Auxiliary  presented  Harrison   with  a
-~-OiniclJSocietyL_4hankeiL_thei -Women's*
Auxiliary in Pender Harbour for their
stalwart efforts to raise money for the
Medical Clinic and its equipment.
_sJ" He mentioned it-was 10 years since the
cheque for the new electrocardiogram
machine that was on display.
Dr. -Judi Hayward explained the
tracings, of the electrical impulses
recorded byj^ma^neandjhen,aJilm_
element in their support to make a dream       Forty-five   people   attended   the
become a reality. reception given by the board members, of
.At this reception, held in the clinic, the Clinic.
Coalition to take action
NARAMATA —More than 70 delegates session^ discussed the following topics:
from 45 public interest groups from across communication between groups and
the province met here December 1-3 and regions,   legislative   action,   public
outlined the structure of the B.C. Energy -. education, research and funding.
OoaUtionC^CEC); The province's lack of a        For further information about these or
comprehensive"energy policy fprnfed the'" other energy issues contact either your
/basis of unity among the delegates.    ; local environmental group or the co-
J"   A Hot Spots Map of B.C. brought ordinating office of the BCEC at 2882 West
delegates up to date on over|80, energy- 8th Ave.,. Vancouver,  B.C.  V6K  2B9.,
rplai^rnjfytsinT^ing^^ -^--    £_
perfect gifts fortfie
enthusiast in your
"'CHam near FortSt. John on the Peace
River; Uranium exploration, and mining
throughout RC.; the vast Hat Creek and
other coal reserves and port expansions at
Roberts Bank and at Prince Rupert; the
twin 500.000 yolt Cheekve-Dunsmuir
transmission cables to Vancouver Island
and the planned nuclear power generators
for Vancouver Island.
Most important, the BCEC delegates
decided to meet on a regular basis in the
future, and to co-ordinate action on these
and other energy issues upcoming in
British Columbia.
Workshops of small groups ahd plenary
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Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Doc. 14— Planning and public Utilities
Mfg., 7:30>.m,
Doc. 21 —Finance Mtg, Board Room, 4 p.m.
Management Mtg., Board Room,
7:30 p.m.
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Doc. 13 — Regular School Board Mfg.,
.Board Offlco, 7:00 p.m.   ,
a ' i ' '
1st & 3rd Rogular Council Mooting,
Tuoiday Municipal Hall, Gibsons,
Each Month — 7:00" p.rh.
Doc. 18 —       Planning Mtg., Municipal ,
Hall. Gibsons.
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'���*������<"      ��� '���  .   1  ��� *< ���  i  '���������"���' 2:$^J$72227  :7727^!^i^s0  7'yA'r- '������������"���, y.'-^k'^''''^''^''^''"'  \_W$MBfi-mmm\\  \wS��B6}_\^_m      ��� '  ____^_\-'m^^_*_J^^^KSSSSS^���^^^^^^^Km :  1  7  Wednesday, December 13, 1978  ������*- --y- \'-  O -I  SHOPS & SERVICES  TOYS FOR ALL AGES-  cars, games, dolls, trains etc. etc. otc.���-���-  FAWKE'S BOOKS & GIFTS-  unique gifts & bbok�� for young & old   TJ's SOUND-  music for all tastes  EXQUISITE BOUQUET-  for all your floral needs       "*  GODDARD'S-  t  for that special person  .YOU-DEL'S-  ���WESTERN DRUGS  for full value on -your dollar  ���THE PARTY STOP-  ���for-all-youF-par-ty-needs���:���  ���BANK OF COMMERCE  ���LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD STORE  ��� HENRY'S BAKERY-  wide choke of quality baking goods  STORE HOURS  WEDNESDAY, DEC. 20TH: 9:30 A.M.-9 P.M.  THURSDAY, DEC. 21ST: 9:30 A.M.-9 P.M.  FRIDAY, DEC. 22ND: 9:30 A.M.-9 P.M.  .*��  FROM SANTA  ���YOSHI'S-  ���treat-yourselfJoLflne-Canadian&Chinese cuisine  ���LINK HARDWARE-   ;  from fine crystal to nuts &~ bolts  ��� ROYAL BANK  "Dear Kids, -  j am having lots of fun meeting  at the Sunnycrest Centre.-  I will be there on  FRIDAY, DEC^l5th, 4 p.m .^p.mi;  SATURDAY, DEC. 16th, 11 a.m.-l p.m.; &  a~~-   '���������'���������; ~~^~~    '~2^p.TnT-^~p7fnT  ���..../  WEDNESDAY, PECi 20th, 11 d.m.-l p.m. &  ���     ���-~~^~:      2 p.m.-4 pirn.;  ���FAB SHOP-  sew something special for Christmas  ���SUPER-VALU-  where the value is super  ���GIBSONS REALTY-  take the worry out of buying and-or selling  ���JEANNIE'S GIFTS & GEMS-  jewel lory sure to please  ���DOUGLAS'-  for frlendly,-C0urteous service  ���SAAN'S-  for the whole family  ���TRAIL BAY SPORTS-  everything for the sports-minded  ��� RICHARD'S MEN'S WEAR-  i    for the men In your life  ���TODD'S CHILDREN'S WEAR-  for quality clothing  ���DON'S SHOES-  step in to fine footwear  ���GIBSONS TRAVEL-  ,;���,,,.:tiime_for.��...aa,.v(qMCf)itl.<3��ii.-... ,���...-..;...,.,. ���.,,,.,, ..,���,.���,������,,., ,.,..������,.  ���J's UNISEX-  for the finest In mon'i & ladles' hairstyles  ���DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  everything that's fit to kn|lt & more  ,'. ��� ���V'|-l-.3.i���.^MklwllL|nk^%2l''������   >��� y im.  everything for the shutterbug  ���CACTUS FLOWER-  for all that's new In fashion  ~TFreFR5DAY~DEC"21st( 11 a.m.- lp.mJTir  .... '���:    2 p.m.-4 p.m.;  71       7*    - .... '    , ,;'   ' ,     . ' ��� i ���  FRIDAY, DEC. 22nd, ^p;m>-7 p.mv  ���v "-ft       , ��� '' ��� ';���'���.'.'���' 77  Come and visit me and have a  picture taken vyith me. And  remember* be good!  Santa  TO BE GIVEN AWAY TO ONE LUCKY  SUNNYCREST CUSTOMER!  No purchase necessary  Pick lip entry forms at any participating merchant.  WINNER WILL BE PICKED AT 9:00 P.M., DEC. 22nd  ,   SO YOU'LL HAVE LOTS OF TIME TO SPEND IT  FOR CHRISTMAS. ^  WINNER MUST ANSWER A SKILL TESTING QUESTION.  Emp|oy����i of Sunnycr����t M*rchonti or*'nol ���liglbl*.  ���k Spree excludes catalogue & liquor stiles.  MM).Dl,;.p),P|M.<       ���  GOOD REASONS  TO SHOP AT HOME:  .   '.,; ���'. ���"'���������) - ;: ���..������������ ���'    ������������;.���;.: ���:.  1. Sunnycrest Centre is p great place to shop, with 29  shops and services at your disposgl.  2^ You save money, time & aggravation.  3. You save lots pf energy shopping, to be spent over  the holidays.  v..  ppi.Mf  ���'VVJ  ,,���((!,(.  '���.. -,|p.    \\   :���, ,  ... I .......   ,     f :      , , ,    ,      .       . .'... I �� ' ��� ' ��� I     ' . ��� ���  4. It keeps the locql economy ���our economy���healthy.  .^.r/'i.-V"' ��� 4Ci..".J.  ,iNm^tVf^llM00t^mrm4,  <iAoyb at  r\,  ��� hw^.4i i'i ���'.. i^p" p' ' p. ^.. I  <��'������*,  u**^S!*ss��Biii��!ai��*jfwii��i(��  ^A'i^taWM^^IIKWWf'W'^iM^  i(��9SH��B^'l,i*��il��W'-**^l*^��^i��   t  !(B,^*iiwi|S*K,,ti*ini.* teat ti- W-jiWclE i4f**W'*iti��^*^i<,rf^ffli*ft^EHI��!M*V'^rt^^  'I   " '  .St^..tna^F*.ra*i!^f..^^��.^B*i^(K����^��WW��^W.����.^.M  **���*$,..*,**. .-,   ��.^ .  I    .��  I  \',  "f  ���  1   '.t, ) ���  i .  ���ir  -rm  'u  \.  ���:. .'AAA' /mi-a."*. ~yy 7.X<  Take a step in the right  direction. Take a few.  -��� parmapaznon  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.  Juvenile apprehended  following 3 break-ins  ���M-i^V^Rrfel  GAMES  ���NOVELTIES  :t��PLUSH  ^DOLLS ;  TONKA TRUCKS  T  i1  t  ��� 1 *  i '  7't  NYLINT TRUCKS   r  ELECTRIC       ~^  TRAINS X,  AFX ROAD  RACING  KIDS FURNITURE  GIBSONS  Gibsons RCMP have apprehended a  juvenile in connection with three recent  break-ins in the area. ^  The youth will appear in court at a later  date and face two counts of break, entry  and theft and one charge of break and  'entry.. ������������������...���'.���'' ' -  Police report a residence on Shoal  ^Lookout, Gower Point was robbed of $300,  tools, radios and a watch Deceiriber 3; and  that ttejCedar Grove ElSnentary. School  was broken into the nexMay and $100 was  taken;       ;���' ^ '..      f :  All  money' and  goods have  been  returned. '���' -Xk"-7 x   "^"Tlir^ibteB^e^  motorists to pay more attention to the  seriousness of hit and run charges after a  rash of unreported small accidents in the,  area.  '7 They report five accidents with $100 to  $300 damages in only three days last week  in which the driver took 6ff Viithout^  reporting,   ; "  |JThe mishaps .occurred at Roberts  Creeky the government wharf, SuperValu  parking lot and Cedars Inn.; [���'���''.  Police gre warning that serious trouble  AT A SOLEMN CEREMONY at the  SCRD board meeting last week,  Harold Nelson, Peggy Cpnnor, Dennis  rDayison, DavicLEyles, David Hunter,  Harry Almond, and Ed Nicholson,  were sworn in as regional board  directors and alternates. Judge -  CharlesJMittelsteadUiid-the-honorSv  False alarm sends man  to jail for 2  A 19-year-old former peninsula resident  spent two hours in jail Wednesday and was  put on probation for, six months after  pleading guilty to setting off a false fire  He said the false alarm was an act of  v bravado that he had been prompted by the  youth hearing about a similar false alarm  ?set off^ajeeek-before.  x:,-__���  can result for motorists convicted of hit  and run offences.  SECHELT  -SecheltrReMP,report-thatabreakHand-  alarm in Gibsons ^October 26,  Keith Joseph Como was also told by the  ProvincialCourt Judge C.I. Walker to do  25 hours community work and to write a  -entry occured at Sechelt BuUding^pplieg:  ���r  'X  ���MODELS-large  & small  .HOCKEY GAMES  .RADIO-CONTROL  LED VANS  ���DOODLE ART  "JL  sometime between December 2 and 4.  Three hundred dollars in cash was stolen"  from a cash box after the thieves gained  entry through a rear window.   Police say a glass-cutter was used.  A 1970 Maverick two^dOdr tan color  automobile -was -stolen   f rom^the,  -Homestead  Restaurant parking���lot  December 1.-The car has not yet been  -Asked4Sy-Walkei4��h^  Conio willperform his community  1 service in Quesnel where he now lives.  In other court news, first-offender  Richard Gordon Clements pleaded guilty  to a-charge of theft under $200 and was  ii\  "ROMPER  ROOM/'  NERF"  JT  feeling after his brief visit to jail arid if he  had profited bjHt; the youth said he had.  Crown counsel E3ric Chesterly said he'  thought^the act is soto^ffiigrdeservuig  some kind of punishment te^us^ riot  ncS^pec^liJ^P 246 if ^ire a^rehendid.  Probation officer Neil MacKenzie'  IH      ^. "��-������-��*��� t      -1        who had worked m the pulpjrull and was  On December ; 2 police found a car. " active attflete-i  overturned in  a  ditch the  Wakefield on Highway 101. There were no-  occupants in the car, but the driver was  later determined to be Ed Jefferies.  s' There was a break-in at the Sew Easy  on Cowrie St. in Sechelt December 5.  Entry was gained by forcing the back door  and culprits pried the cash drawer open  and stole a small amount of cash.  Police say the f ishboat Christie Lee was  -fepoffed-overdue-on^Decflnbef CrSwi^a  searchVby the local police boat the' boat  was spotted being towed by another craft.  The 30 foot boat had apparently had  mechanical trouble and had lost,radio  contact.  A vacant house in Madeira Park was  ^vea,.,g_,jabc'"'mcgiflrT8q3g^l!aecl Sentence:  ^^BierijoodsTri^  and a g^ease^gun worth $182.50.     .  Drinking driving charges brought fines  ���for three motorists in court las^week. AU  three entered guilty pleas. John Douglas  A/Ma^  Bodnarek paid a .$200 fine anc^ after an  appeal forAeniency from defence counsel  -RK^Td^sra^lsrri^irgir  McKenzie paid a minimum $50 fine. She  was given a one year probation.  ."MECCANO"  "LEGO"  ���"BILLING  BOATS"  ���SH0GUN  WARRIORS  ETC. ETC. AND ETC.  broken into by vandals December 5. Police  say the'vandals damagedIhe interior of  the house and then turned the thermostat  up to 80 degrees.  ���LAlso_on-December-5,-aCB radio was  stolen from an unlocked cM on. Mermaid  r.  Across from SuporValu >  Sunnycrest Contro, Gibsons  St. in Sechelt.  There was a break-i^|pji$anadian  Propane in Sechelt December 6. The  hinges were removed from the rear door  but nothing else was stolen.  A cassette' player, hbodscoop,  distributor cap and Ignition wires from a  1976 Mustang were stolen from the vehicle  December 7.,The car was parked in the  Pender Harbour Chevron station awaiting  repairs.  : Sgt. Bob Evans reminds motorists that  roadblocks arid vehicle checks will be  stepped up oVer the festive season.  |  A New Rug for Christinas?  ���t'Sllij  - i.M.  ������li.tti.t  \   ?  v,   I  ,��> jut xxv  ���7  LW  TW  1  1  RIGHT DOWN THE LINE....,.;,..  3  .2  WHENEVER 1 CALL YOU FRIEND,;'.  4  3  HOW MUCH 1 FEEL ,,,,   6  4  JOSIE ..,..'   2  5  KISS YOU (AHOvbr).   7  6  DON'T WANT TO LIVE WITHOUT IT  .8.  7  STRAIGHT ON '..,.,,:...  9  8  1 JUST WANNA STPP,,,,,,;.,'.,  11  '9  JIME PASSAGES. i,.,  13  10  DOUBLE VISION   12  11  STRANGE WAY   5  12  BEAST OF BURDEN   19  13  MY LIFE ��� ���  10  14  ROUND ROUND WE GO,,   16'  15  1 WILL PLAY A RHAPSODY ., ���, ,\ ,  27  16  YOU DON'T BRING ME FLOWERS ,  18  17  ALIVE AGAIN   20  .18  MacARTHUR PARK ,, ',,,���,,,  15  19  SHE'S ALWAYS A WOMAN,,,,',,.  21  20  NEVER BE THE SAME   22  21'  HERE COMES THE NIGHT ,,,,,,.,  23  22  READY TO-TAKE A CHANCE   24  23  PROMISES '   25  24  WE'VE GOT TONIQHT ,,,  14  25  TOOK THE LAST TRAIN.,,   17  26  BACK IN THE USA ,  30  27  TOO MUCH HEAVEN   _  28  SHARING THE'NIGHT'TOGETHER.  ~r  29  1 LOVE THE NIGHTLIFE ,,   26  30  FOOL (II You Think H�� Over) ,,,,   Gerry Rafferty  .... ...Kenny Loggins  '.,..��� .Ambrosia ,  ., ,, ,'Steely Dan  ;...'. ,v,';,.;.���.,���, Exile   Pablo Cruise   ,'.,,Heart  , .GfnoVannelll   AlSt&wart   ,. .Foreigner   ..Flrefall   Rolling Stonos'   ., , .'V>ftJlIv Joel   ,,,, .Trpbpor  ,,, .Burton C^nimlngs  ., .Diamond/Streisand   Chicago   Donna Summor   ,.... Billy Joel   ',.,,7, Chilliwack   '.NIckGlldor   Barry Manllow  ,,,.,,",,,,, Eric Clapton  ,',,,,,,,,,, Bob Soger  i,,' .David Gato;   , Linda Ronstadt   BooGoos  i,,, Dr. Hook  . .. .Alicia Bridget  ,..:,'; Chris Rea  fy  NEW GIBSONS alderman Dick  Fitchett signs in his triplicate at  swearing ceremony last week, as  , Justice of tho Peace Dan Devlin  provides the written oaths.  GREAT CHRISTMAS SAVINGS  AI  Cherries in Chocolate, Mmo Gums,  Llcorlco AUsorts, Mints of varipUs kinds,  Chocolate Bells, nnd Murshmallow Santas, just to wnno a few vnrlotios of I^aurn  Socord Candles available horo. ��� Mlsa  ��Beo's, vScchelt.' '       i  ii  THE PRICE CUTTERS  o%-  ��oU  rwi^^Mp:���''  SYNDICATE  Specializing In Annulflos and  Rs!,lr9,m��nt lnfipjTi)9,Rlflnning ,  lV(i roll oul tl\o retl carpot,  SECHELT CARPET CORNER  , , |oppo��lto tho R.C.M.P.]  885-2253^ ASK FOR  RMOSPs-R^SPs  "5  y��rtr  gu^rajilood  Invodmont  Cor-  tlflciato earning 10%  *liwostor�� ino't0lo0o l^'Mid onnilnu* 10-'  "1/2% '"*"        "  J.W. (Jim) BUDD  8S5-3397  jit.i^Ji.pi'.W'i"'i'>   ''**��'"*,*|  mmmmmmm  ���..��1l*..1|B|'H^l(V-t��.',t��tf^  -FURNITURE  -STEREOS-TVs  ' ^niPiETsr:;"~  -APPLIANCES  -RECORDS  -WALLCOVERINGS  -DRAPES-QUILTS  -LAMPS  Whether you're  Christmas Shopping  or fixing up the  "old homestead"  for the holidays,  ,   you only have  'V\ta'stdp;d^f��^*;J':,  1*  U&Bmwmml4l������\^���^������^40t^to*^^B^UL^^^m^m^t^^^~^^^b^^^^BlAm^^^miA _____t______tL__m_________^^  ^-",,-n-^,\-m~,\%^i^wm'^mm1!^i^m^,mmi\lm^i(^lmm^ml^^w  i v" "> '"'���'���"������'  ��� ! . 2\       - '���  CASA CARPETS#QUALITY FURNITURE#KERN ELECTRONICS  Seaview Place, Gibsons  ,\.���.,ri  Ir-> * ���>' ,i -  1        i  ; i  ' I I  **tt*mm,��'i f^-�� ^".,  V  |>��l U^fl V*     ^*,'i<��V��^!WBW��*W���Wtl,5"r:*** f "f  it,   t  \  f  ir.y  ,   ori* ( - W��(p^-nv.iS��,at^:l^^'4--^il��^*Ai<*��3i^��'#s  lH'WirSt!*i��f����*  n  al*e:*irhilm  W]hii^SiifflH'��-��''.l  .    J  ������"x,  ���wrWUKit '  '      /  '/.  ,  / ...   I
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'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make
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mail strike Greenpeace 'Go
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in this area is; 898-5851 or
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0321. . 4921-tfn
Owner operators. Experienced local & line haul.
Steady work. Apply with unit
to Triangle Transport, 505L
Still Creek Ave- Burnahy, or
contact Frank Chan, 291-8026.
Work Wanted
Announcements Obituary
INTERIOR   designer
•portunity. ..Must be fully
experienced. Resumes" to
Gameo Industries Ltd, Box
741, Sechelt. 3519-5
EXCELLENT opportunity for.
accountant or- fully experienced bookkeeper to start
business-with- built-in
Send resume to
Available after dec. 22.1 yr.
experience & 6 mos. of "school.
Very reliable & have good
1 BDRM waterfront fully furn.
.   cottage, $225 per mo. 883-
, 9098. '       4379-3
(DELUXE  WF unfurn.  cot-
V toge', 2 bdrm, 2 bath,"fridge;-
stove^ w-w carpet, drapes;
$250 "per mo. Madeira Park
area. 883-9098, '4410-3
 home._ AlLappliances incl-
washer, dryer & dishwasher.
This home will be available all
year & the summer will be
"-yours. Good workshop & boat
house. Reference required. S.
Anderson, 885-3211. -     4453-4
' .   GUARANTEE,      -
Own   your   own   business
wholesale in Skaklee Personal.
Care   Products,   cleaning
agents & food supplements,
For the good & not so good
aspects. .
Ph. 886-7039    •
major client
Box 310 H, Sechelt
.   West Sechelt Waterfront
2 bedroom unfurnished, kitchen stove supplied to reliable
tenant, only $24Q-per mo.
ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous
Meeting, every Thyrs.* 8:30
pm, Wilson Creek Community
Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 481fe
tf  ;   -.    ,7 -      '
ARTS & CRAFTS- Christmas
Bazaar & bake sale, Dec. 16.
- Reserve Hall, SecheltrVp.m. -
JJpojiSored _by_SechelU-and
Renegades SC.
POLLOCK: Passed away
December 9, 19_78,^George
Arnold Pollock, Jate ' of
Sechelt, aged 74 years. "Survived by - four daughters
Isabel, Audrey,- Doreen and
Beverly; 2 sons, Gordon and
-Roy; 21 grandchildren; 1
brother Scott; 2 sisters Jessie'
" Jqsephine.-Mr-PoUock—Ffff^fe?
The British Columbia
Assessment Authority has a.
challenging appraisal position
for a career oriented person at
its • Sunshine ^Coast
Assessment Area Office. The
incumbent will display a: high
degree of initiative and will
Placihg and Finishing.  AIT
types  of  ConcreftrjWorkr—Tygvis BayWatertfont Home
tn-.-j-i 3 jjfi(jroom- home with , all
appliances included, family
Patios,-Floors, Foundations.
Driveways, -Custom Work.
Concrete leakage problems.
Seepage or^ high pressure
Phone Wayne Clapp
for free estimates-
885-2125      %
''■';.'        after 7 p.m.        ^
Box 1341 Sechelt  '
XX-   '' -■    4437-tfn
room and large living room
with    fireplace.    Carport
workshop and boathouse on
the beach. Tenant can have
year-round occupancy.
. Anderson Realty
>• 3502-3
Birth Announcements
arrival of.Ashley-Heathec-on-
Dec. 5th 1978, at St. Mary%
Hospital, Sechelt. Weighing 7
lbs. 3 ozs. Thanking Dr.
Rodgers and nurses. Proud
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. J. Brogari and Mr. R.
Firinegan—of Dundee,
Scotland,    .* 4463-3
was a resident of this area
since 1939. Service was held
Monday, December If" at
Devlin Funeral Home, Gib-
-sons.. -Pastor. C.   McMullin
TFlowers gratefully declined
independence of action in the
performance bf- duties which
will include, but are not
limited^ to: performs
moder a tejy complex
residential, commercial; light
WILL BABYSIT weekdays in
my home. Davis Bay. 885-
3862. 4328-2
7,886-2546     ;1
Card of Thanks
y .     .    \ .
THANK YOU, Sechelt".  We'
found   our   dog.   Happy
Holidays. Grames 4492-8
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The Times office.       1473-tfn _
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variety of material related to
the assessment function;
other . related duties as
required. The successful
applicant will "_. possess
secondary school graduation
plus successful completion of   „■ ■ -    . --   „       *    . ■■-,
leading   to   accreditation   job, call Allan May, 88^-5765.
seeks work. Exp. in all
aspects boatbuilding; house
carpentry & cabinet work.
Reliable worker,' reas. rates,
-est, ~
3 bedroom family home in
Gibsons. Fireplace and
(arpeted.$300 permonth.
Newly decorated two bedroom
jdiances ;included; bright~ahd
the harbor. $225 per .mo.   ~
Phone Mr. DewmanoiHMr.
L_-XX   -885-327^—-■"-■■
12x48 2 bdrm Moduline,
$7,800 no dp; 12 x 68 3 bdrm
Gendall, $10,400, no dp. 926-
1024 aft. 5:30 p.m.       4786-tfn
L&M' Radiators, 1449
Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 986*
5334, Automotive & Industrial
cooling specialists. Pick up &-
delivery can be arranged. Call
ntfw—for- fast-,—economical-
service. 4024-tfn
12' x 64LBendix Mobile Home.
3 bdrm, galley kitchen, oil
heat. Occupied~2 mos. Immaculate cond. Asking $16,500
furnished; Unfurnished price,
negotiable. Call after 6 p.m.
CLINKER BOAT. Hull 5 x 16,
.good cond., % cabin, 9 hp
B&S, good running cond.,
oars, anchors, $500 firm. 883-
2620. 44234'
CERTIFIED Farrier,  Hans
Berger is coming lo Coast.
Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-
~375t 99£tfn
is  available for. veterinary
work every Monday, Practice
limited to horses only.
For appointment
please call:
 112330-5344 (Langley)    .
or Diana Starbuck
REGISTERED    female
chocolate Lab puppy. Only
1 left in litter. Ready to "go
Dec. 18. $175.885-5307,' 44864
.j ■•  ■   ■■». .''•■■ •-'•     	
' 3    PUPPIES    ready   for
Christmas. 886-9253 or 885-
~9595.   ".•■ ','..',.   '.•"
AIRCO oil furnace. $200; table
saw, $150; fridge, $30; 15"
% T GMC split rims, offers,
883-9665. 4JJ57-3
Vacatiop theunhassled w&y.
Campers fully   equipped  &
heated & insured.
„ ,$70 per week
We have added >to our fleet 21'
Winnebago   Motor   Home.
Superbly equipped.
$200 per week •
'plus 10c a mile
•   anytime
885-3155,^5k for Doug. 4409-
3    • 3v
3 USED 10,(#o\btu propane
wall furnaces, good cond.,
$45 ea. 435-3536. 4405-3
LEATHER hockey gloves,
size 9, $50; shin pads, DG 9,
$6; elbow; pads, EK 3, $3; and
helmet'SK 10 jr., $10, exc.
cond.886-9326., % 4413-3
CB Marine Package
rr     \
Gars-and Trucks
'66 Ml^T^GJ89JV8_auto^
RadiOj 2-e§xtra rims witii
GOLD CHARM bracelet - 16
~^charms7~mayber Tost" on
ferry. $500 Reward. 883-9169.
Includes d§ radio, 7' whip, PA.
loud speaker. $134.95 (also
sold separately).
Prentis Enterprises
BOUGHT Pihto wagon. Now
. selling '78 Pinto hatchback,
21,000 mi., new-tires, etc.
Modified. Ownet 886-7657 or
J8fe961&_^_: 4372-31
DROP JADE earring at golf
jclub or in Gibsons Mall.
Reward. 886-7286. 4483-3
LOST PUPPY, Gold Sheltie
_(small _ Collie),     male
""Raja".   Selma   Park  Rd.;
■■■a.passed away suddenly on
December 2, 1978, James C.
Catterall, aged 41 years*.
^Beloved husband of Karen and
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Urban Land Economics
leading to the UBC Diploma.
(Appraisal option or Real
Estate Tax Assessment option), plus other related
course training 'desired; a
minimum of Vh. years appraisal experienc.6; clear and
" vaTid'drivef'sTicence
Professional work. 886-9324
or 886-7069. .        44424
—Experienced, insured work?
—Prompt, guaranteed
 service?i ,	
—Fair estimates?
Mrs. Joan Turner, North
^Vancouver and his brother
Ken Nelson, Powell - River*
Memorial services Sutton's
Funeral Chapel, Campbell
River, Friday, December 8 at
Then give us a call:
MRS. JACEA. Spiritual, tarot
qarri, palm reader.  Past;
!>resent,  future,  business,
ove, marriage; If bad luck
..    —.— ..     - £d   .         V        .      ...
bv request. Donations to a
*-charity of your choice insjtead
would be appreciated. 8025-3
GLASSFORD:   Eileen  Ruby
  Glassford, late- 6f- Gibsons...
born March 31, 1908, died
December 5, 1978.
Predeceased by her husband
John Glassford May 29, 1966.
Survived by her .sister Norab
Hill, nieces Norma Doyle and
Jill Hill, stepdaughter Beverly
(Kane) Campbell, ,stepsons
Don , Gerry, David and John
Glassford. Memorial .service
"was held Saturday, December
9 at Gibsons United IChurch,
Rev. E.J. Ditlsley officiated.
Devlin Funeral Home,
directors.  . . .4490-3
r;or Quick Roiult*
Uio Tltnoi Adbrlof«I
full date of birth and send with
$10: 2633 East Hastings St.,
Vancouver, B.C. V5lT 1Z5.
Phorte 255-3246. .3511-3
Help Wanted
 ; » S'
LOOKING   FOR   someone
- qualified ahd interested' in
giving singing lessons. Call
Bonnie, 885-9358.,      ,4460-3
PRE-SCHOOL Supervisor for
Wilson Creek Day Care. Call
885-5422 or or 885-2721  for
further info.   , H67-3'
available Jan. 1979 required
to manage laundromat &
amusement arcade ln Sechelt.
6 hr. day. Contact Mr. KiUam,
885-2283,8^-. 4373-3
is required. A lesser qualified
applicant may be appointed at
an entry level appraisal
position with corresponding
salary level-Monthly salary:
$1509.73-$1786.90 Competition-
No; 78-127. Closing Date:
December '22, 1978. Application forms may be ob- .„~ . .„ .
assessment offices located       Sechelt.    1
, 24 x 40 singes. 885-2079,
2 BDRM HOME with stove &
fridge,  carport &  half-
basement. $230 per mo. Doug.
885-3211. 44974
1  BDRML FULLY  panelled
furor" apt. Sechelt. Avail.
Jan. 1, $140.885-2861     4500-3
SELMA PARK waterfront 3
^ bdrm home* with FP,
-•washerydryer, f ridge-& stoves-
tape  deck,   good  rubber,
$1,095,885-9588. -4361-3
'67 DODGE Dart GT, $250; 4
BF Goodrich 13" tires, $50.
885-2774, after 7. 4368-3
'68 VW, good running cond.,
$700,883-9286, 4371<
'77 SCOUT. SS2r Ultimate
4 x 4; V8,4 spd, all weather
For Rent
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throughout  the   province.
. Please forward completed
application forms to:
Director of Personnel
,    B.C. Assessment Authority
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■'.'■     4478-3
.EMPLOYMENT " opportunities for Mechanics,
Automotive Countermen.
Reinforcing Steel Benders and
Industrial Parts Salesmen.
These jobs are available in
Edmonton, Grande Prairie,
Dawson Creek, Fort St. John,.
Fort Nelson, Watson Lake and
Whitehorse. Apply to Northern Metalic' Sales, Box 876r
Grande Prairie, Alta. T8V
3R5. « \, 3505-4
BENCHMAN and Sawfitter.
Plateau Mills requires a
Sawfitter and a Bencnman for
our mill complex near Vanl-
dcrhoof, B.C. We arc opening
a new sawmill and require
additional staff for the new
file shop. Applicants! should
have experience on Band
saws. Vanderhoof l&a thriving
community 6Q mllps west ot
Prince Gcorge.B.C.\Tho area
has excellent Indoor and
outdoor rocroatlonal
facilities. Please apply in
writing giving, details of
previous ; experience <t'o:-
Personnel Suncrvlflor.i
Plateau Mills, Box 2001,
Vanderhoof, B.C. VOJ 3A0.
ADVERTISING • salesperson
wanted by established
community newspaper. Tho
successful applicant will
have had nt least throo yeflrs
of sales experience; bo willing
to work for an aggressive, up
nnd coming paper, and be
prepared to live In the lower
mainland, Good salary nnd
benefits go Wth the lob.
Forward Job application
Including references and
employment history to: Box
130,,BCYCNA, 808, 207 West
Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.
WB1H7. ■'
$300 per mo. 1 yr. lease avail.
Refs. req..885-3670,   -    35043
-SELMA-PARK- WFrlrbdrmr
_ FP,  elec. heat,  stove  &
fridge. Avail. Jan. 1. $225 per
mo. 936-9082. . 4488-6
GIBSONS LG.^Iloor, 4 bdrm
apt.,-$265; 1 lg. 2 bdrm apt.,
doublewldes^205' aval1 Dec. 207Move in
wmf   iooP rent free till Jan. 1. Phone
Jerry 885-9834. 4468-6
7,000 miles,' like new, $7,200.
886-9154. 4491-3
Wanted to Buy.
WANT TO buy wineh with
motor. 885-9883.:;        4362-3
GOOD USED Varityper Model
800 headliner. -r^George
Whitely, The Pioneer, Box 610,
Caches Creek, :B.C. V0K 1H0.
457-6626. u___3507-3-
GOLD     ENAMEL     free-
. standing fireplace, $200.885-
3605. 44464
MUST SELL. Leaving
.   country. 1971 VW camper &
new tent, $2,000. Also box
Trailer witlTiZ propane tanks,
$250,885-3605.      r.       44474
OLD FAWCETT cook stove.
Best offer. 883-26401    44264
TRY >\ND  buy The  Great
Pacific Hot Tub. To view
phone HelenPhillips, 885-3183^.
1 TON GMC 4 x 4 Pickup. 283,
4 spd., 61,000 miles,. winchr
new rubber. If you Want a
mean, tough truck in lx 4 for
heavy work, don't miSs this.
Superb cond. $3,200.886-
„9154^ '■•■••■■ 4493A.
.fir,   hemlock   or  cedar.
-Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.
885:9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf
DINING ■■-,... RM   .    table
(preferably    round)    &
chairs. 883-S2686 before 10 am.
rkX-   4462-3
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FOR RENT:   Wi son Creek      house, fuUy carpeted", FP,
■ Community Hall.  Contact-^oo^rnnrtT^lr-Janr^r
Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403          Jerry%5-9834.              446,9:6 •■
3691-tf '        ■■   •'	
2 BDRM house, 1434'Wharf
Rd., Sechelt. Avail.immed.
$250 per mo. (112) 467-3995 aft.
6p.m. 4473-3
'74 VEGA Hatchback, auto,
" new paint, $950. 885-2030.
4444^4   ,
For Sale
FISHER woodburning stove
 _ l_—■„','•,   , ■-.        with the ,10 year guarantee
'72 FORD Vz ton pickup sports    can be seen at Radio Shack, J
canopy7$T,300.885-2636.     "    & CEle"ctrwps7        4B5FtfnT
COTTAGES,     weekly    or
monthly.    Housekeeping
units,   furnished,   TV.   Ritz
Motel. 886-2401. 4249-tfn
JEEP J10 Pickup.  74, V8,
auto, ps, ob, quadratrack,
4x4, 41,000 mil. $2,800. 886-
9154. 4494-3
Set  up   in
Trailer Park.
Ph. 885-2600.
mobile home.
West, Sechelt
Ref. required.,,
DUPLEX Davis Bay. 1 blk.
I from. school, % bdrm, no
-appliances. Avail Immed.
$175.885-9719.    , 4951-tfn
3 bdrm family home in Gibsons. Fireplace and carpeted.
$300 per month.
Newly decortited two bdrm
suite,In lower Gibsons. Appliances included, bright, and
cheery with beautiful view of
the harbor. $230 per month.
Ranch at Pender Harbour - 2
bdrm homo, near ne\v barn,
pasture all fenced and ready
to use. $300 per month.
Phone Mr. Dowman ■
or Mr. Wells
(1978) LTD.
: BDRMj .apartments. „ln
Secholt. Frldgo & stovo
included. $175 -, $245. Call
Hnydcri,'085-2283."   '    4100-tf
for 4 working persons, $135
permo. each. Incl: cleaning,-
heat, light, kitchen facll.,
furn., earpotod, priv. en*
trance. Top floor of log houae,
Roberts Ck. 880-2542 aft. 0.
' '   .   43604
3 BDRM home West Sechelt.
Rent or purchase, 2 yrs. old.
Full basement, carport, W-W
throughout, ensuite plumbing
etc. Avail. Jan, 1. $350per mo.
Contact owner. 885-2761 4479t3
Real Estate,
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WANTED LOT on or near
ocean front, small house
OK. under $50,000. 9864657 or
write 3359 Redfern PI., North
Vancouver. r    44194
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3 B$RM custom home, Selma,
Park. 75 xl30.view.lot, well
treed. 1375 sq- ft. double
carport, shake roof, basement
roughqg In for future ex-
nanslftn, fan>lly room,
llrepHace, covered, sundecks:'
Buy .direct, from builder, &
chooso colors. 461-6104.  44574
WATERFRONT: 5 acres,
. rose-covered cottage, orchard, grapes, Umber, excellent Spring, gravity
system, power, phono, 3 ml.
from Ganges. Only $85,000.
Peto Burtt, RR 2 Rourko Rd,
Ganges, B,<?. V0S1E0, 537-
120'"" "■
LADIES,.Mens. Childrens,
Maternity Clothing, 'New &
Nearly New'. Encore
Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.
Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,
10-5, :    4457-tf
_3_JWrms upstairs, full
basement w/rec rrtiand extra
bdrm downstairs, Gobd view
|n Selma Pk. Nicely landscaped and fenced.    -."
"Reauciaio $49,900
'77 FORD F150 super cab,
XPL, 8, auto, ps, pb, radials,
22,000 mi. Silver & blue vel
A  $25   MEMBERSHIP   in
BCAA makes a wonderful
inferior. $5,500.886-915^. 4496-3    Christmas gift. Join before the
' f price  Increase.  Pis.  phone
Bernle Ackerman, 885-3614.
•76 METEOR, 42,000 mil, ps,
pb.  showroom  cond. ,886-
9960..     -' 4499-6
CHRISTMAS' present • for
Mom. 1977 SilvcV Grand
Prix. Ps, pb, pw, tapedeck,
bckt seats, low mileage. 883-
9261.        ^ 44614
'66 CHRYSLER New Yorker,.
$500    firm.    Gd*    transportation. 885-5054.      4476-3
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HONDA motorcycle SL70,
.1974, good, cond., $200 obo.
886-2497, Jerry. 44554
HONDA   Z-50A   M>nl   Bike.
1     HYDRAULIC     winch,
suitable for 4 x 4, complete,
$250.883-9341. 4386-3
TRAILER 10 x 50. fully furn,,
$3,500 ln Madeira Park
Trailer Ct. 521-5016 ot 883-9492.
, 4456^3
FRIDGE, 8-9 cu.  ft.,  good
colnd., $50.885-JM55 (eves.) ' '
V 437Q-3
TWO 14" SNOW tires mounted
"on Ford chrom reverse
rims, $75 obo; two 15" Chev.
mag whls, $75 obo. 885-2906
lift. 5. ' 4359-3
$2200 DN , $29,000
Boach access, 2
bedrobms, family-
sizo kltchon, 85 x 115
level lot, newly
decorated & wall to
•    OWNER
Asking $200. Ph. Alon. 880- , MAN'S LEATHER coat, size
2378.- .. 4472-3      44, zip-out lining. Ph.- 885-
,~—-—y-—-^ —    2402. ,       44174
Boats and Engines
m^'nlfl. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.
Reas.   ropt.   Incl. , heat,
, W.V-.    cablevision, stdvq. frldgo. 880-
3515-3   .7830 or apply Apt. No, 103-A. / I
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EXPERIENCEP     rcptfrtor-
photographt;^ orgrnduate
of   rooognl7XMl- lqi^rrinl|3m
.BSdge ofCdarkflota ,work,M P»$ r^tel. Ref. Will also «e|l
and bo willing to work in the <&$&' *atSMJ!'mhS'i
lower mainland. Knowledge of    885-W1 or 88W310.     > 44384
.would bcgln.carly. In tha. now J,
year. Forward Job appllchtlon
including samples of wrltlnfl
and rcfo rentes 4o i Bok 120J
BCYCNA, 808, 207 West
Hastings St.. Vancouver, B.C.)
VfiBlin. '    3516-3
FURNI4 bdrm mobile homo,
Nlco 'private slto In Selma
Vista Pjark, $200^51^ mo, incl.
veffl«7   '
5-3471 (
2 BDRM HOBJlE, very .largo
rooms, carpet, warpi wood
panelling tliroughout, modern
bathrpom, fireplace, oil hc,at,\
located on Mason Rd.. 5 mlns.
from Secholt. 065-2074 or 201-
1 YR  OLD,   127?   Pebble
Crescent. Secholt. 2 bdrms,
2 baths, fireplace, doublo
glass, olec. Ijcat, stucco. •
Avail. Jan. 10. $40,000, terms.
Ai Simpklas, Mason, 885-2088.
. .u,   4463-3
Rd, JndeAtructlblc,
fireproof, no'stairs, JOOO sq ft,
slate floor, 2 fl^placcs, & oil
furnace, 3 bdrms, 3 batlis, 1
acre cleared vle\y property,
off Field IW, Wilson Ck, A.
Simpkins, Mason, 885-2088.
Business Opportunities
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EARN arsecond' Income,
IM?A Incomti"■"* Tax
rifiopflratlon With tho""!Vfl-'
Cana<Han company U&R
training. requlred. Send., for
free brochure today. U&R
Tax Services, 220 St. Mary's
Road. Winnipeg, Man.^R?!!
lJ3.Frarfchlses avail. . S509-3
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r* 15» 6" Sldowlng Ilourston
Glasscraft (new)-i m, r;$3,000
c I, $4,000
~ 17' K & G Thbrmoglps. 115
hpEvlnrudo,., .$2,000
-r,42' Sailboat "Sea F»\lcon"
1 (unrigged Mrro comon-
t) , ., $35,000
Winterizing & Boat Moving
Immediate Repair Sorvlco
7 days a week
Sinclair Bay Rd.
flai-2722or ,',    ,
803-2002 (oves.)
 ■ """"-"7"" ' ■••;;  w-tfir
1.25 por foot-
*■■•-*"•— Down Narrown'Rdr vTy,7
Madeira Park    . •
'  883-2406 24 hrs.
  ...■■'■■">•     •■   4900-tfn"
12' HOURSlX)N Olnsacraft,
fSOp.Bltt^Olpv^.     4410-3
Woodburn Stovos
U Fuol Ltd	
Wood' stovos •by Tlshor,
LaKowbod, Sodoro Valloy,
Comlori and, Flndlny,
DUIrlbutort" In 'Wosiorn
Canada ot rho Korr Scotsman
and Korr Tlian woodNlrsd
bailor;' Doalorn Inqulrloi Invited, Norlhorn lloatllnor and
Shaw Zoro Clooranco,
Woad/'oll lurnaco*, Iniulalod
plpo. .actHHorloi and llttlag*
110   F»lh Av«„
,     North   Vancouvar
.'."• '.»*-' -: p	
after 5:00 p.m,
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For fiirfhorr"
.,   ED LANDS,
Box 310,
5»ch»lti B.C.
1" ,Now avQllabln •
on tho Pcnlnmln
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„   i '/  ,  \gj: .tp  ���*������  .1-  X:  Wflnesdaj^TtecemteeTlS, 1978~~~^^e Peninsula ^iim^   T^~PageB-3  BOX100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2233  REALTY LTD,  V-  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  6^9-7623  Member of Multiple lasting Service  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1596 sq ft 5 Bk  home   with   3   bathrooms,   partially  finished recroom, hot water heating, 5-  appliances. Built 1976. $84,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built  1976. Ensuite   fireplace,  double,  carport, landscd|5eeWot. $56*000.  ��� GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious, 3'  BR cedar home, built 1975. View and  many extras. $105,000.  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3  new  appliances .Jjreplace.   $95,000.-  '"A"  'MADEIRA PAJJK ��� interesting 4 BR  view* home, architect designed. 5  mO|or appliances. $77,000.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� furnished 2 BR  mobile Home, 12 x 60', o/i large, level  landscaped lot  $28,500.  Li.- ' '    -    ~* >*�� ->  NEAR MADEIRA PARK -��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck,.3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101   $'37 500.  GARDEN BAY ��� 1176 sq ft 2 BR view"  home   full  basement   sundeck.  Built  1975. $56,000.  BLACK METAL fireplace,  some pipe & dampety$75,  885-5404. 4489-3  REFRIGERATOR, $20; Skil  saw, $20; 1 yr. old man's 10-  spd, $805J5ealy_queen size bed,  $466j--8l���= ���'���-" "  .'   SELKIRK CHIMNEY  Best Prices on Coast at:  MACLEODS, SECHELT  supplies, eg. chickens,  feeders, fencings also'1 cedar  planters, wood cookstdve &  neaterplus many misc. itenjs.  North Rd. &Reed Rd��� Sat. &  Sun., Dec. 16 & 17.886-7370. *  ��� ..: ��� 4498-3  SNOWLANDER   *., LUING  -^table-&^amp-reeeiverr^alue-  $400, sell $175; 22' fiberglas  hull, invested $1,500, sell  $1,{K)0.885^31.        \   4471-3  NEW SPICER locking hubs,  fits Ford, asking $150. 883-  _9677r? :   4474-3  4480-3  ORCANA elec. chord organ,'  72   base,   $150;   electric.  metronome,- $25;   McLary.  stove, white, combination  elec. &.wood, $75.885-9693.  4475-6  registered polled cattle  Snowlanders have what it  takes to make you a profit.  For particulars and price  write: C. Flick or D.Biliriski,  Diamond Ranch, Edgewood,  B.C. VOG UO: 3506-3  MORBARK post peeler with  portable cut off mill as one  unit, hydraulic, will handle up  to 12 inch studs. Les Anderson,  ^oxe^Yanflerhoof^Jl^OJ.  pamiapmian^  The Canadian movement tor personal fitness.  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right  3A0. Phone 567-9365.       3508-3  QUALITY WOOD heaters:  Ulefos*  of  Norway.   Petit  ^Godinof .France,  Kresno  ^ombinationheater-fireplacer  Dealers   throughout   B.C.  Write: Miles Industries, 1293  Marine  Drive,  North  Vancouver, B.C. V7PIT3.    3512-3  FOR SALE > Taxi Service in  smaller  town.  Room  for  improvement. Ask for Joyce.  Phone 265-3233. . 3514-3  ,'S���SECONDHAND-  Store, located at Whitaker  House, Sechelt. Buy & sell  furniture   &   misc.   885-3835  eves. 4487-3  m HP CHAINSAW, runs well,  $75; paint compressor, $25;  nearly new air ..compressor,  $50; tent$10.886-98,79.    4458-3  '8 FT. VANGUARD camper.  Icebox, prdpaiie stove,  heater &,light, plus 110 & 12 V  light. Jacks incl. Immac.  cond. $1,500.886-9491..    4459-6  MODEL 1895 Winchester Cal..'  .30-03 U.S. 24" bbl $300: 2  Ross MK IH cal, .303 br full  military. $150 each: .58 cal.  muzzle loader, replica, $100;  Eddystone P-14 cal. .303 br.  full military, $85:885-9710.  4470-6  Use Times Adbriefs I  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  BUSINESS   ���   Ponderosa   Grocery   &   Drive-In   at  Garden Bay. Owner \vflirtakeh'66se in trbide.' PRo'rie for/par-.-  ~ticulars on this going concern to Mike Rosse at 883-9378.      '*-----  .  .  . i��, ',',������ .  ���  McNaughton point --1.9-acres" of view  waterfront overlooking Malaspina Strait, Attractive 3 bedroom,  1200 square feet home. A fine property golngJor $70,000.  WATERFRONT. HOME ��� Near new home with 4  bedrooms, deep safe moorage, .southern exposure! Full price  ���$60,000. ; _���'���'���  '��� \   '���    '"'���   :       ' ��� . -- ���'���: 7"-'%   ���  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT ��� And a real bargain, it IS  with, clean beach, free" moorage, clams and oysters just steps  ���away,-Price-just-$12,000,   ���;_ ;.... ..���.,......._.���_  SECRET COyE AREA ��� 10.6 acres with 400' beach,  water and power available, road In. FP $125,000.  ONE ACRE LOTS���On, Francis Peninsula/Privacy  plus value In this most desirable area, Just 2 left so don't delay  $15,000 "each. . : .  EXCELLENT ��� building lot. Front' Road, Madeira  Park., Fully serviced, $10,500.  WATERFRONT LOT ��� Deep and protected moorage  In Egmont, Has .trailer pad, soptlcs and water and power.  $35,000. ���,.,,��� ���     ���  ,7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly cloarod and on a westerly slope. Asking $35,000,  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Extra largo (650') building  lot with 72'frontago ori McKllntock Road, $9,500 or qffors.  JOHNBREEN MIKE ROSSE     '  JOCK HERMON  883-9978 883^9378 8832745  FRANGIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft-  addition. On 2/3+ acre lot. $28,500.  TjrATJEIKTTVA'R'K ��� 4 BTTHome wltfv  view   on    landscaped    lot.   Large  "workshop & equipment storage area in  back.. Ideal location for biiilder/-  contractor; $69,500.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� o  BR view home, full basement, built  1975. Close to marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2  levels. Electric heat. Landscaped. Close  to stores & marinas. $'50,000.  mlk   lP|f7 s. m *m~  ~-  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on  5�� ,acres. Fruit trees, garden. View  over lake. $77,500.  ; IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $76,000. 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 8 marinas-. $67,500.,J  GARDEN BAY��� 3 BR split level home,  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,  carport. Excellent view. Landscaped  semi-waterfront   lease   lot.   $35,000.  RONDEVIEW ROAD r- 3 BR split level  home, built 1975. Ensuite, fireplace,  W/W, sundeck, carport* $60,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS AND ACREAGE  LOTS  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/F in Petider Harbour, 1.8  acros-, deep maqrage; $50,000.  _2���83_f.t. W/Fvadioiolng^i30Me-X2^t:-.  acres. $36,500. ,  ���3.70' bluff waterfront, view ' over  Bargain. Harbour. Asking: $21,500 but  open to offers.  4.  220 ��   ft   low   bank   sheltered  waterfront. 1.24 treed acres.'$48,000.  . 1 Le-ACRrrSTAND,.��� 3 -BR furnished,  -pdnaboder-MfiQl-;���Water���8���hydror  .$165,000. ���  ���-���'.  BROOKS COVE ��� 194' waterfront,  access by trail (1000' from parking),  septic-In, hydro & water. $25,000.   '  l-OTS  I.MADEIRA  PARK' ���  $7,000-$22.000.  serviced   lots.  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� Seven lots,  serviced witii, hydro & water, on  Cochrane    Road,    Francis    Peninsula,  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA - serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000. , .  tl.'GARDEN BAY AREA,��� view  lots.  ���$11,000-$12,750.  I. BARGAIN HARBOUR"��� 1.5 acres,  freed, serviced; $25,000.      ..-���������'  WESTMERE BAY ��� 1,400�� ft  waterfront on 4,8. treed acres,, Nice  beach and rocky point. Water access  only. $47,500,  ACREAGE p   '      '     ��� ���;   '    .  ST.'VINCENT BAY ��� 365�� ft water-  $12,90ff-$21,250.  front, 6.71 acres, water access,  $29,500. ���   .  EARLS. COVE ~- 5.57 acres, 450�� fl  sheltered watorfront adjoining ferry  tormlnal. $125,000.  4."SANDY HOOK ��� view, lot on  Porpoise Drive, $10,500.  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES^ ~  Sinclair Bay Rdad. Serviced lots, most  with view, three with lakefront. Priced  from $10,000.to $37";500,  8, FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ���   8   nice  ~EuT(Hfng"lo"ts at cornefoTCocbrane arid"  Cqmej-qn Roads. $1 i;000-$ 13,000.  10,^FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ROAD  serviced lot, low price. $7,000.'  "**'., .^f*';  ,., r:  .(.���Ttw-pniir*^  The Opportunity of a Lifetime  Everyone Is looking for a decent opportunity, qnd Tempo Products & Construction Is ,  ollorlngyou |us�� that, a chance to havo tho homo of your Aiolco bulll to your ��poclllcqllon��  but at an dflordablo prlco, Whon you contract Tompo Products & Construction to build your'  liomo.lt will bo ono of quality matorlals, quality workmanship and quality sorvlco (o you, tho  customor. ' ? ,       ��� ���   '   ,  '  v ,   ������ '  ,   Of courso Ihoro aro reasons for everything, |us| ps Ihoro tlrp reasons lor Tompo's low  ppprlcej-rso'-lBt's-examlno'q^ouple,'���1- -*-'-- v ---������������������"- --������>~.-X-i-~ ��������� - - .-..������<-��� --,.�� :���..  First, wo build op. tho volumo basis, no tho prpftt figures por homo aro substantially  lowered, rolloctod by tho low price?, , ' ��� ���    '  Second, a homo'can bo built In I  1/2 months with (ho propor orna'nliallon'qnd co.,  ordination combined with accurate & quality workmanship adding up to savlnfls which \i\  turn aro passed on to" you. ,, , '  Now, th��n, whc|�� doos this |ow prlco Includo? ,  *A comploto.dotallod and porsonalli;od homo planning sorvlco,  ��Handllad of bluoprlnfs, permits and liupocllons, ,  ���Thormal pono'wlndows, comploto wllh wood window rolurns & all wood trim throughout'  homo, ' , " ���"*"  * 0" colling 8, Insulation, A Insulatud wall pockots,  * 3/fl" Jongu'o 8, groovo iubrfloor plywood, (jluod to lloor |ol��ts 8, 5/0" rool plywood,  * brjck clirmnoy A (IrOplaco ,.,,.,.,. i  * all oxtorlor sundocks llbroolassod, "s '  * concroto sldowalks and driveways,   . ' ���- ,   '  '  A��-M��n bo suon, nothing In llio homo Ii loll unfinished, bacauto wo don't know how to  cut cprnorr, Yof wo malnfnln a low prlco oml o qualMy prdclucl,' ���* '  '���      "* *";r-~v  '���:  1     Sp, wholhbr you'ro Intorosthd In a now homo, summor homo, retirement, bomo, RRAP  ,^^��^��HH";.rf.��'(ivvislw��>^h,^iriA cpllGREO lEMKy- rtMbW06,  ^..Wvm-.-w. *��������������� ' "������������'���'-.,*A^T'.,.:*mi,,,-,^1,,^.,,���,,,���.,,   ;fv- '*'":;":r-  .   ���., ���!(%.]  ' R��rni��mb��H, don't lot this opportunity ol a Jlfatlmo pass YOU by,  JUNCTION.ISLAND ~ ST. VINCENT BAY  ��� Beautiful 18.75�� ocro Island Ih Jorvls Inlot with numerous good building  ���^Itos, oxcollont sheltered moorage and several coves. Woll trood wllh fir,  cedar, arbutus ���- some merchantable timber, Oysfor bed. Only 15 mlnutos  ride by fast boat from Earls Cqvo or Egmont, $120,000,  ACREAGE  ^  0OH*  1. Silver Sands ��� 1,'Bdb acres. Gulf,  view, 10 x 50' furnished mobllo 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, Klolndalo ��� 5�� acros on Hwy J01,.  $21,000,  4, Near Ruby Lak'e ��� 8.39 acros on  Hwy<)01, $25,000.   ���  5. Noar Madolra Park ��� 15 acros,  2150�� ft on* Hwy 101, $44,000,  6, Klolndalo ��� 23,7 acros, some  morchantablo tlmtor, Lots of troos for  building o log houso. $50,000,  ���7. Francis Peninsula ��� l.B�� acres,  cornor pf of Warnock and Francis  Peninsula Roads, $17,500, ,  ;8. KLEINDALE,.'��� 16�� acres, with  cre'ok, across Hwy 1^1 from Ponder  ,  Harbour   Secondary   School!   $80,000  9: WARNOCK ROAD ,��� level lot,  almost on.o acro, Good soil, soloctlvoly"  cloa>od, $24,000,    , .  10, MIDDLE l?OINT��� 2,9 trood acl^s  on Hwy 101 with 949+sqft2 BR homo  with carport, Drlllod, woll,'$39,500.  11. GIBSONS:��� 0,75 acres Ion>,o| farm  land on Pratt Roqd with oldop homo,  barn bnd storago ihod, $55,500.  | WATERFRONT HOMES |  �� !"" ��� i,i,'   " .1 |i 'i i  mm.  LAKEFRONT PROPERTIES!  SAKINAW LAKE - - 130tfdb ft lakofront,  24�� acros, 4 OR furnlshod panabodo,  , float, $105,000,  * ��� '��� [  k"RUBYl-AKE"'"3*J,lrood-bcforcloaB^pm"  public lako occoss, $19,000,     ���  '   ''  ' ' ',.  CAPERS LANDING - Sakinaw Lako.  24,0* ac,ro��, 1350:1: fl lakofront, road  accoss, houso, crook, $135,000, "    p''  D,L, Q250 - botwoon Sakinaw fi, Ruby,  Lakes, 1500,-h1'' It on Sakinaw Lako;  ���crook, Hallowoll Rd ondtf'al proporty,  $115,000.,  RUBY LAKE ����������� 40Q:h fl lakofrontago,  ��� 5^ trood acres, road-accoss, $49,500,  HOSPITAL BAY -.- 2 BR homo on 50�� ft  boach lot. $37,OOP,"   "  |. ,-  j COMMERCIAL PROPERTY^  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 5 OR homo,  full basomttnt, 1997 sq It on main floor.  Built ia76, Sopcirata 700 sq ft  worliillif. On 122:1: cholco watorlront  lot with romp ft Moot, $100,000.  GARDEN BAY i- ��pncloor3'BR homo  ..?JUjJ^J59J2S���9hlC|SYiPJDLRSS��li^  95+ ll vtatnrfrnnl wllh float and  boaihpusn,- $130,0b0, ,  ilASS/^IS'STORE?-:  GERRANS DAY,,--  r      acros,, 2 DR hom��j  u  TEMPO PRODUCTS & CONSTRUCTION  v>T  a=  tre  '*!' I ���'"���  1'   ���'  ��� ,����� ^^^:P^^m2M^a:., mm^PMi^-^^ ,10^^^, ,^^^^8.  "Goneral 1)1^:3 BR r��ffiWcVtfbntQ|, .'��� bd|o��riInd ^iVhitf qabrWrn.'. Oiw /acre *  houso, Orv; 1,18+ acros with 160:1; fl wllh 1041 Ironlogo on Madolra Pork Rd,  x������ahe,torotfvH*��i4jp WoWrfr6nl. $ 10fS,000 Tartod���RSTIW.'OOO, "  ..,.���...,.plus,��qih'for-��tock*-*i-���;->�����*��� *������ '- -!���*..-��..,. ,.,,..:,; |  -:ijrj=*��r*i   ..���..��*��.. a. -      r r.'���   i ��-    ic��-t rn.ru .-,  ,-~ 200-1; ft V^f/F,' 2,4'  ��� ,  ��� ' '. ������-.  no, wllh flr��plao4���2 BR ������..,,.,,..,..,,.,.,,..,:.,,., ,i,, ���,,,���.;���ir,v,:., ' ....'. ,,\  fe,t^?VF/i?F**^"?^'0'B'v.'V ���Y.-"?i",-'jai*��-,,i��,"i,''i-5.~ ������.���^.^��������������-v".;*'��v,i.' ir^V'. ��wui"��".-'���A-;���/I.T?���,,���^,���' r.'.-j.-i'.'i..T-,.*.vii:  ��   *~ ���'  "���'"'-" ������--'�����'���-.  .,naraiK5P3E^TS-��r^Mi^^iKr.wrmrw,��3B^����j^^ ....  I,      ��,,- .,...1 ",,;   .;.���:'%!**       r>   '     ,,,���j.�� ,  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEV, 883-2233  '������ v"'- *���'���'������ ^'"���^������'y- - ���'��� j- - n in      'n     ;.   '.      .'..",.;....  ;:i  H'.  '....  -"> '4  ���    '>'    '  X  ,. ii ��ji*����  ���;��.p  V,'   ��� -TV  1  l|lii��m^��Mi##fe��^!.'<^^  *..,*--  iHww  ;wfl mvm<-l^<t&&mi^W&ii^m^ ��*^vH����i(|p t**. ^^wM^mHj*.  r  lll-~��)*.*���*   -i-HW^f*  *"W1  *eitn  U   flwj.  ^mi-1  1    f-  ^���.M *t��^��i����(BB��l  -te*     H  \        '  ^ ,'  rn;,.  I      , M  S��   '  '"  V  ', j  f"  "I       -i  1 '  r ,**  I*      t  ' /  ."'ip'  't  > '  ���(       Ih  ,.!'.' -I  ���'     I ��� V  ��� J   k  ���3777  New Family First Home Programme  PageB-4 The Peninsula Times        Wednesday, December 13,1978  Applications are now being  accepted under the provincial  government's new Family  First',Home .'Programme,  Municipal Afiairs and  Housing Minister Hugh Curtis  announced.  "More than 7,000 inquiries  have been received- by the  Ministry . since the  programme was first an-'  nounced in the legislature last  "spring" said Curtis.  It is important to note that  benefits will be retroactive on  all new or used "homes including mobile homes and  condominiums purchased on ���  and after April 11,1978.  "Those eligible for" the.  programme will be families  with a dependent child .under  19 who are purchasing their  first ever home. This includes  single -parent and adoptive  families" said Curtis.  Eligibility   is   subject   to  -residentcy requirements_and:_  the price of the home must fall  within price limits established  by the" Ministry.   ���  There are two options  under the .programme _ ���  either a maximum grant of  $2,500 to be applied to reduce  the mortgage, or $52.50 per  month for five years to assist  in meeting mortgage  payments.- The choice of  option will be up to the ap-  ���pHcant���T-he-max-imum-value-  of a grant cannot exceed 20  elderly renters, Municipal  Affairs and Housing Minister  Hugh Curtis annbunced.   .  "The amendments should'  see increased benefits for the  majority of SAFER recipients  and   may   permit   others,  previously ineligible to "join  the programme," said Curtis. .  SAFER, within certain  maximums, pays 75 per cent  of the amount by which a  senior's rent exceeds 30" per  may qualify, I urge that they  contact our SAFER office to  obtain an application form."  Application     forms     are'  available by writing to:  SAFER,  Ministry   of ��� Municipal  Affairs and Housing,  Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, BtG.  V8W 3E1.   .  and   from  Ministry   offices  throughout-the- Province - or  cent of his or her income, /from the B.C. Housing  Previously, only the first $175��j\Jahagement Commission in  of a senior's monthly reYiP'vancouver.  could be used in calculating  the amount of SAFER entitlement. "Thisiias now been  increased to $2Q$, as SAFER  statistics-   and   other   information  available  to  the .  Ministry indicates that 90 per  cent of a}l single senior 'citizen.  renters pay rents below _that  figure," said Curtis. The increased rent maximum for  -couples.is $225 per_month-~._  The SAFER  programme  was introduced in July, 1977,_  arid requires thaTinSAFER-  recipient annually re-confirm  his or her eligibility. "Many  seniors  saw  their  monthly  SAFER  benefits   recently  decrease      because,,.. the.  programme took into account  their-increased income over  the year but could not allow  for .rent increases over the old  -maximumsr^-Curtis-added-  that  "These revised rent  Curtis  SAFER  pointed   out   that  is     specifically  designed to assist senior  citizens _ with their rent  payments and takes into  account both income and rent  in determining benefits  payable. If a person's income  increases over the year to a  much greater extent than  their rerit, then he or she must  recognize that SAFER  benefits in future years may  decrease slightly. For this  reason, this "increase in- rent-  maximums will only increase  the benefits of thoie seniors  who are p'aying a rent greater  than $175 per month for single  persons and $200 for couples.  ^  ALL TYPES OHNSURANCE-  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  Doos Your Club or Group Roport  Its Activities Regularly to The 'Times'  per cent of the purchase1 price , maximums    will    see    a  of a home.                       "       significant increase'in most  Curtis said, "Among those    SAFER recipients' benefits."  who have written-fpr-details' As.an example^-a-senior;  oFttie new programme, more    citizen renter whose~ mcbme  interest has been shown in |he  $52.50 per month option than  the outright $2,500 grant."  He added, "This is a form  of assistance  which should  form a permanent part of  -direet~financiaflislp to first-  time family home buyers. I  was just under $3001, per  month, as assured under the  Province's Guaranteed  Available Income for Need  programme (GAIN), and  whose rent was $200 per  month, can now receive over  $80   in   monthly   'SAFER  FOR SALE  COMMERCIAL C-2 ������ "*.  Hwy 101, Gibsons,  -2-fots 90 x 180'. $32,500 each-  hope it is something which can  be enriched  over the next  several years,".,^.,    ,... ,���__,'.  Application   forms   are  available at all government}.  agents,  and  the  MinistrjW  regional offices in Vancouver,  Victoria, Cranbrook, Kelowna  and Prince George.      -,  '     THe"pf5vincialgoyernment-  has    increased   the   rent  ^maximums allowable under  ^the SAFER programme to aid  benefits. This is an incrase of  $20' per month over the  benefits that could be made  available to such a recipient  under the. old rent maximums.  The increase, effective  September 1,1978, will appear  on. the September SAFER  month-^nd cheques.. *  -���--Curtis__said,   "For  those  renters aged 65~OTTBetT#lvho"'  did not previously apply for  SAFER benefits but who now  1 - Acreage Lot, combined C-2 & R-2  3.5 ocres, $52,500.  Phone 986-2663 or 886-9075  A   . FOR SALE  3 becfroom, completely remodelled 'home. Full basement on  lal-ge'^LNopth Road, Gibson?, Fireplace, electric heat, fridge &  ^toveTr^sRIngr$44,500.  y7;l'    .,..���'.*/'       lot ,  Fircrest Place, Gibsons -$9,500 ;  LOTH-  -���.'-������,: -  Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Sewer, water, year-round creek. Asking  $14,500." ''���"���'   \ '  ,   :'     ���������. XX ' .-. ������.���.'���.  ���     PHONE 886-2663  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf^adrSecte^  >\j     $85-3271  VALUEJVALUE-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'downstairs. Nicely  landscaped and the price has been REDUCED to $57,000. Call Larry Reardon to -see 885-  OIBSONS  .\  "W  SARGENT ROAD ,..-,',   "   $13,900  Magnlfkent ocean view lot, Fully servlcod, on sewer. 65 x 110'.  , Close to all amonltles. Builder's terms available. Larry Reardon,'  885-9320. .���      ..��� , ."[,���'        ���'' 2' '���   '���"  ROBERTS CREEK  y> '   ",     -   '  UPEDOWN DUPLEX ,"���.,''���'-. $49,500  Largo 3 bodroorn with excollont rovonuo potontlal, located on 1  acre near Roborts Crook on Highway \Q\. Vondor will c6nsldor  offers. Ed Bakor, 885-2641;    , ��N  DAVIS BAY  DAVISBAY, ;., $42,000  Attraetlvo and'wo,l|-kopt 2 bdrm ranclior. LR with flroplaco. Both  ' bodrooms largo, kltcoon has plenty of cupboards, utility wired  for washor 8, dryer, Stove, frldgo, .all drapos Includod, Landscapod grounds and workshop,. C^lqao to boach. A homo you  'should soo, Ed Bakor, 885-2641.  SANDY HOOK  EASY TERMS        , $1,000 DOWN  $175 per month buys-,you��a torrlflc largevlow lot, Idoal ro(;k  outcrop to build on, storago shoe} ort proporty. FP $13,500,��C,  Dowman, 005-9374, ,  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT $18,800* $8,500  At Sandy Hook wo havo this 'lOQ'-t- watorfront lot, closo to road  and ac||o|nlng with an oxcollont vlow lot that lifts next to B.T,  Larry Rpprclpn, 005-9320,'    ���'    ,  1/3RDACRE TUWANfiK ' offors f 15,000  Only hall block to marina, Lovol, Irood lot wllh wator \hydro,  Lots of privacy, Chuck ppwmon, 806-9374,  SljrJW,  SECHELT VILLAOEt 3 bdrm iparklor,  iharmlng * Immrjculato w-dlnlng rm  j* and kltchon oatlng spaco, ?o*y  i\j( flroplaco ft corpetod throughout,  Only I yr old and already has a  bountiful gqrda'h with fruit troos,  Prlcod to toll fa��t,<lt $46,900, Kpn  Wo||��, 806-7223,        , '  V'  ���.iM-''" *_.-,  WEST SECHELT',      ',  $ur,soo  1,17 ncros, nlcoly trood, gontlo slopo to SW, will havo a good  ,..   vlow whomor^o trop*comodoWn.EdBaker, 003-2641.,.��� ,,,..r,>.���,  RARE 28 ACRES , Asking 1*2,809  Only 5 ml'nut����,wa^,of.s<i(;holt,')iloh>n<1 dry,���mo��tlyvtro��d,  ;:.,;t-9#^��v;xxSwmXr...:r.*i,���x.........,, ,���.lfK,,,.,. .:���.:.;...,,  '     "   '     '     *       : ,' ' $86,300  ^^^UraclJva;��pbnlifulypfl^.bdrm...bun9alowt.��f>proM��A.yr��J��ulUfW  Largo LR 20x20 wllh llruplaco, opon boam col|lngi,/DR, fonjily  "   kl fc h ^ ii. A U bdrm ��i I o r b��. nVo at orb n�� i��11 o / w/w t hr 6 up ��ou O pro o  iworkshop nl roar. Floor area 1004 ��q, ft', Ed Bakor, QQB-26<y,  W^re the Neighborhood Professionals  REDROOFFS / HALFMOON BAY AREA  WELCOME WOODS    ' $15,500* $9,750  Two extra large lots, 125 x 200', Larry Reardon, 885-9320.   I   ',',   T.  '" "     $13,800 '  ' Beautiful 1/2 acre lot loaded with trees on blacktop road, with  ' hydro and water. Larry Reardon, 885-9320.  HALF ACRE LOT $45,000  Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road'and the road to  "Slbrgent Bay. Serviced with hydro and wator. Larry Reardon, 885-  9320,  REDROOFS ' $24)000  Waterfront ,1,67 acres. 100'frontage, Ed Baker, 885-2641.  $13,500  Nor Wost Bay Rd. wooded lot, 150 x 70, zoned R2, trailers  allowod. Sign on. Ed Baker, 885-2641.     ,.,������,  FABULOUS HALF ACRE $15,000  Southorn vlow ovor Sargent Bay,  gontly ,slopod and  treed,  18x12' storago shod, Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  ���     ,     /           ' ,' ��� ' '  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  MONEY MAKER s $38,000  2 yr old 3 bodroom full bsmt home oil one acro, Llvo In whllo you  do Ihe finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374,  GARDEN BAY ROAD . X "'423,800  Rock bluff building silo on this 3,5 acro wopdod proporty, would  ,- provido torrlflc vlow ovor pasture land. All-yoar stroam, Easy  torms avallahlo, ChuckJJ^wman, 805-9374,  ' '   ��� ������ ] '  BAROAlM HARBOUR LOT $22,800  Soml-watorfront property, |ust across tho farrow* Brldgo and  facing Bargain Harbpur, Trood and good for building on, with  |ust Iho road botwoon you and the wator, Larry Roardon, 005-  9320, ���    ������ ,"    MADEIRA- PAR:K- RANCH 7,..���,���i..,,������,,i 1  11 ^8)000 -  ,, 22-ocro working ranch, allifoncod and cross-foncod; Good largo  barn, good pasture and solmo fruit ,trooi. All year-round wator  supply, And for tho lady of tho houso It has n modorn 2 bodroom  homo, Has facllltlos for horso shows and rodoos, Larry Roardon,  ,005-9320. .', V     ���  I , iii i. '    ' ' ' ' '   9amwb^jsi^nd::;.::.h/ |6Si00o  It's going to bo oasy to fall In lovo with this charming log homo  that Is completely romodollod Insldo, Nostlod on 0 acrm of  , boauty that Includos Igo tro6s, fruit troos, flowor & gardop.Jhls  1   2 bdrm homo Is 3 mln, from Now Brighton wharf, Lorry Roardon,  005-9320.   ,  HIGHWAY 101 COMMERCIAL C2  Cornor of Airport Road'  I    iHOf'pINO CENTRE SI|E  Lot 4, Cornor lot i 1003 acros, prk4 $12B,PpO  Lot3, Insldolpl 1,770 acros, prlco $75,000   V  ���fit.*i '��p"n  'o  ,fp.  ��nm  <�� . . Hl��t\wfM   fb\  Itovonuo for f $4,000 P.A,  Rovonuo LotJ $1 ���ilOO'ff'Aw  in  ll  lira  Offices at:  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  Gibsons  Toll Free: 682-1513  Phone  886-2234  CONVEYANCING   ���  AND LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C., VON 1V0  Offices at:  DENTAL BLOCK  Gibsons- -   ���  Toll Free 682-1513  Phone'  886-2277  REAL   ESTATE    CONSULTING  APPRAISALS  MORTGAGES - NOTARY PUBLIC  DAVIS & SHAW ROAD: A .Gold Medallion  four bedroom family home. Three levels of  luxurious' living. Four bedrooms, two  bathrooms, two hot water tanks. Family  room, rec room and utility. Double glazed  windows and separate entrance to  basement. $57,p00.  t  FORBES   &   THOMPSON   ROAD:   Excellent-  home. Very  attractive  brick front.   Extra  sulation. Three bedroom, full basement,  lining room. Two fireplaces. $65,000.  iF^N'  HOMES  ROAD  de  sac  storey  ���view-  PARK & REID ROAD: Spacious home  featuring three bedrooms. Living room and  'dining rbo~rif?*iafge" kitchen."Bdsenrie"nf~has"  separate suite and targe 36 x 13 garqge. 20  x 14 rec room. $56,000.  JOHNSON ROAD: New home under construction. The ideal time to purchaste-is right  now, so you can choose your colors. Three  bedrooms, dining room, family room and  utility room, Garage. $48,500.  1760 SCHOOL ROAD: Cozy, comfortable 4  bdrm older ���borne "on large lot. Conveniently  located between Upper, and Lower Gibsdhsr  Several   fruit   trees.   Zoned   for   multiple  dulling. E)Kellenrttafferhome and a good"  investment and holding property. $32,000.  CRUCIL ROAD: Big Family? Then this four  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  home you're looking for. Full basement with ,  f^e-Fg<5CTVr-^t4ity-<md..^o<^g^o4-4fv-pJ<i^Rbia^  l-^er��nrrinsride^nd-ot��trhii^e^tirrdeck  carport. This home is located on a quiet  secluded view lot, yet convenient .to the  Village'of Gibsons. Special price $56,000.  FRONTAGEs RD: Langdale. Something  special! Spacious, deluxe family home in  quiet area orva fabulous view lot v^ith attractive landscaping and rock  walls. For  1402   ALDERSPRING  home--on - quiet   cul-  overlooking \Gibsons' Harbour. \ Three  bedrobms on main floor. Fully furnished  suite on ground floor., CompletelyMenced  and in lawn. Close to park, tennis courts and  shopping. $���47,500\ -y/  CRUCIL ROAD: Bright and spacfous three  bedroom family view home in excellent  condition located within easy walking  distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  with built-in dishwasher and indirect  'lighting;. Two fireplaces. Huge recreation  room. Lots of extra" space in daylight  ��� basement for den or extra bedroom and-  -workshop. $58,900. -"_   .CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Roberts Creek.  "Ex"eellent~twp���bedroarrrrstaTter- or~  retirement home' in quiet subdivision only 4  miles  to Gibsons.  Home  is  on   a  nicely  landscaped lot and only one block, to level  'beach. Some view. Can be purchased for'  under '$2000   down   and   with   such   low  payments   there   is   no   reason" to   rent,  $37,000   \  'LANGDALE; This nph-bo��ement Longdate  three bedroom view home features ex-  tensjve usg of granite on exterior and ���huge  PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home on "5 |  - acres in Gibsons. Property on both sides are _j  also for sale making'a total of   15 acres  available for future development. A good  holding property. $79,500. ~ r  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 ond privacy of this hobby farm,  with three outbuildings. But that's not all!  The property ,is 5 acres with  spectacular  view from o'vefhalf the property. Fronts on  Shaw Road with Stewartjtaad dedicated on  _the_yi_ejyjgce. _Zoned. RJjrt the Village of _  Gibsons. $7?,90a                              7 ~   ��� i  PRATT ROAD: 2.87 acres out of the ALR with  road allowance at back of property. House  is completely remodelled inside. Attractive  fireplace, knotty pine kitchen, three large  beclrooms and den. $55,000.  :_.    ^j_     "'    ,    ,;  ;������.,��� -���-  JOE ROAD: Roberts Creek: This is a well-  kept turtle bedroqm family home in a treed  setting of 1.55 acres. Home features large  rec room in the basement plus a spare room  whi��h could be o 4th bedroom and lots of  walk around fireplocei Modern-kitchen has >-stoSrbge   space.    Separate    dining , room,  solid  walnut  cabinets   and1 built-in   dish-^_^$p3,900.  washer. A garage and workshop round out     '    , r"  thj^icture. $49,S00.       ,    ������-   -        ^ CHAAABERLIN  ROAD':  Executive  home, on  " acredge oyer 2100  square feet of floor  Oniyl! basement with unfinished rec room,  hot water heat. Two sundecks. All_hard-;  wood floors. On 67 x 172 lot only two blocks  from'the ocean. This htfuse requires some  finishing and can be yours for $55,000. "  am ond eotinc  area. Double attached garage all on 4.38  acres. Unreplaceable dt $97,500. j  ROBERTS CREEK: A short drive through parklike area then over your own creek and  behold a two bedroom home nestled on the  edge of approximately two acre clearing in  pasture" and   gardens   with   sunny   south  GOWER _POINT   &   HEAD   ROAD:   Lovely  .spacious (approximately 1300 square feet)  j-extra-comfort^nd-Tonvenience-there-iare���two^edro'om^ome^features���heat^toji-���^^^  j therpno windows throughout, efficient hot    fireplace, 1-1/2 bathrooms, huge famiiy-rec       ,ota| 0f 5 acres. One of a kind offered al   H  water heating, air conditioning, intercom,     room, dfl hardwood floors except for kit-  ^ chehand rec room.SHuqted dn large corner  spectacular view lot 100 x 130 xT09 x 112.  Very reasonably priced at $49,500.  A  JerihtAir range, built-in ��� oven and"'dish-  washer, expensive light fixtures, 200 amp  service, and many more fine features.  Located close to school and within easy  walking distance to ferry terminal. All. this  for the price of $84,900^  '   ~       '  �� .  -.  HILLCREST RD: Cozy two bedroom home on  50 x 268 lot. Cleared with large evergreens  in the back. Close to schools and shopping.  $28,500.  $80,000.  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: Hobby Farm. 2 bedroom  "home with all appliances, ready for you to  move.in. Although the horses do not go, the  3-stall barn witii tack room, grooming area  .& loft does. Hen house & laying'hens in:  eluded. Large corral at the rear of th  property. Fully landscaped with trees"^&  shrubs. All this on 1.1.6 acres with subdivision potential. $44,900.-  LOIS  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES: \   \ -k.-'X.".',:   .  InJow Gibsons Village has lots for single wides, double wides and conventional homes, all on sewer, water, hydro and all within 3 bldcfcs~of~The  shopping centre, schools and medical clinic. Come in pnd discuss a unit and  a lot as a package deal wifh approvecTbdnk financing. Lots priced between  $10,900 and $13,900 depending on view and size. ��� ...   . .  FAIRVIEW RD: Nearly 1/4 acro of flat easy  to build on land". Mobile homes are allowed.  Large   cedar, frees   provide  'privacy   and  ���enhance-this-settingrClose^to-Gedar Grove-i  school. $11,900.    , ':������������-'���*':'A"'  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of an acrejwlth a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge1, This lot.  has a small creek on the very back of the  property. All new hpmes In this area.  $14,900, , -yX  TUWANEK:' 80 x 140 lot only pne block to  beach. Full view of the Inlet. Piped community water available. $9,900.  CHASTER ROAD: Nicely trej  area of new horties,  Cicely treed t  js, SW&7 x  building lot In  123. $9,900.  ESfATES:-  I^EDROOFFS^EStATES:-100x250 lot on the  south sldp'df Southwood Road. Create your  own^state on ' *" ""  this half acre. $10,500.  /  ELPHIWSTONE-AVEr-$l70^0,000 view.  Located on Elphlnstotfe Avenue at Granthams, Has lano at back. Sujrtwo storey  home with' level ontry at frorrtr$9T5D  -IS RD: Good building lot 65 x 130, on  land in Gibsons Village; Fpur. blptk?  "TroffrPSsTOffleaT^terer^nd-lranWpoi^^  Lightly treed. Three blocks frorn pcean, All  services available. $11,000. .  SKYL|NE DR: This 70 x 59 x 131 x 122 ftjot  With expansive view of tl^e Bay Area,and  Gibsons Village is very well priced.  $11,500.^  ���    ��� 1  SECHELT INLET ESTATES: Four building lots  on Sandy Hopk Road. Water, hydro and  telephone ta'eech 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 three ot $10,000,  POPLAR LANE: Boautlful flat building lot  with   view   of   North   Shore   Mountains.  GOWER PT RD at 15th: 1/2 acre waterfront  view lot, Building site has been excavated  and septic lQQJk_and field In and approved.  StoeR'to beach but has .walkablo path In.  Hydra and water In. $29,500, ,  PRA,TT RD: Near Codar Grovo School. This  lot Is cloarod and ready to build on, Maturo  fruit troos dot this 76 x 125 lot. $13,500.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130.  Closo to shopping and, tho pcean. Sowor  easement df 10' on s,o, sldo of tho lot.  .$12,500,  PORPOISE DRIVE,SANDY HOOKi Largo lot  ���approxlmatoly 122 x 111 with-34 x 140  panhandlo ontranco. Nlcq lovol b,ulldlng  ,slto. Excollont ylow, ONLY 40 FEET FROM  THE WATER, You mbst soo this lol to fully*  approclato tho valuo, $12,000,  1 SOAMES POINT: Vlow lot on Marino Drlvo  south of Soames Road, Landscapod In front,  llko Stanley, Park In back, $10,500,  SMITH ROAD: Good view lot 125 x IM��� with      Locgted on   hq ^ f  a good building1 site and an unobstructed     Qn|y , ^ ^ ^        ^ Mq|| shopp|  ocean view, $H,500, Cenf^ QQd ,ch^|s, AN j0rv(co8 m^dlng  ,       " ' sewor,   Ad|acont  to   grass   playing   field,  $14,900.  POPLAR LANE: Good building lot oh qulot  street. Closo to shopping and schools, All  sorvlcos Including sewor. $13,500,  ROSAMUND RD; THroo lots to chooso from.  Closo to Coddr Grove School. $11,900.  .  _ _^^       k  POPLAR LANE: Vlllago lot handy to all  amonltlos, 65 x 135,1 Vory reasonably prlcod  at $8,900; ' * ,    '  ��� , i' * -    ���  -"T"  <  " - ' ~^^      '  GLASSFORD RD| This must bo tho bost buy  on Iho marko). 63 x 160' cloarod, Sowor ancji  wator conheefpd, Culvort and fill. Roady to  bu||d. $10,006.  ABBS ROAD: Vlow of Bay Aroa and Georgia  Strait Is yours from this beautiful lot In aroa  of olaborato homos, T&o blocks to schools'  and shopping, $18,900.       " :    '  , \     ^ __ .   BEACH AVE: 87.5 X 208 lot, mostly cloarod  w|th docoratlvo troqs Ipft, Culvprt and  drlvoway. Closo to park and bodch accoss;  $15,000. '���  SIMPKINS RDi Half acro vlow lot In Davis  Bayi 100k ,220' appro^lmato slzo.1 A fow  hundrod foot to sandy boach, school ft storo,  Lovol land with a fow ovorgroons, $16,500,  -'   /.,  4-  CREEKSIDE PA^K ESTATES:  North Road In Gibsons. Now soiling building lots, single wldo mobile honlo lots,  doublo wldo mobllo homo lots, all sorvlcod Wllh sowor otc, 2 blocks from schools,  "shoppingconlro,"transportation to VoncduvofTGdodflaf land, nicely trood, and oil  lor $10,900, with a $500 bulldlngbonus If you build wllhjii ofio year. Como In and  discuss a plan for.onodf those units for as llttlo a��fl% down',      !    ;,  3  ���  ���  1  INDUSTRIAL  REVENUE  WINN ROAD: Four-plox. Po��l|ly��f cash flow  with olovon thousand dollars rovonuo por  yoar! Top units cqntalno'ffvobodi'o'oms with  ono and a hall bathrooms. Lowor sultos ore  qvplloblo, This luturo 'dpv��Topmonl toTritory"    |arn�� 1*o bodroom units, Low mplnUnan^  ���   ,     ��� and good roturn mako this an oxcollont ,  Invostmont valuo, Closd to oil tho  amonlllos,   Financing  avallablo,   $09,900.  HIGHWAY 101:. 5.3 acres oi Industrial with  highway frontago. Coma In and discuss your  requirements,'Wo can cut off an acro with  177  loot  on  tho  highway,  All  sorvlcoi  for tho coro of GlbVon*  ox-  COMMERCIAL  FAIRVIEW RDi Rovonuo, Duplox on a 1/2  aero lot-roprosonti tho Idoal Invostmont  proporty, Thoro aro 1232 squaro foot In  ACREAGES  mmmmmmmwmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi  MAPLE  RD,!,. ,97 aqo with  southorn  posuro and wator vlow'. $19,000, S  PARK ROADi Olbsons, Excellent pr.ospocts.H  for  Iho' ono< yv^o  hp|,ds,1hl,�� .potqp'flally �����  commorildlly zonod 5 dci'os, Lightly, (loarod, ���  cloto  to   shopping  contro   and   schools. H  *59,006. M  ROBERTS CREEKi 4,9 acros on Conrad Rd,  Highway, $30,000,  \     i  '   1  v<  apXbtmpimt rinnt, Nm�� ..nii. nB��r.m��n�� uboih.ol.thn* ildft.by j|d��,iuliei, FtQiuroi    OIBSONSj 4,6���.��(o��..of;,.tw��lknl. holding:  fi32iiu     ,RS   E! arp. port   and   boom   cohMructlon   wllh     pAptrty cld�� to ��loamos Point, Partially  'rsklTft'To^aima^rr:,0^:. * ^^ *����*������ ���*�� ^^���� w* <#�� --��*��� *��� ��^ -  -pretocti* $1*0,00^,-  LORRIE GIRARD  ,886.7760    /  .*osy..iMid-i>..r��adyJocom��.,fli:ovtr..J7.jOQQ...,:.m!DP!^  mnkos Ihls proporly hard lo boat. >lrt,000.     boundary ol this property. $39,500,       >  JON McRAE  885-3670  ANNEGURNEY  886-2164  CHiJISKANKAINEN  M5-3545  ARNE PETTIRSEN  ,886-9793  ������ -Tii.^.*, ���,���,,., y.  >   V. '.���' ��� ���������'-  , 'V  JW VISSER    ��DAIJE ROBERTS  1885-3300 \i86-8040  ^mi_m_m__\__\j_i__\_f___mm__m____i__\\\  ������������������������������NV3  *  r-Ti'l.^k  ���i\  I ">.  1    7M|I *  ,^#*IHlM^  ���i��*!WIK^'flMrwi^iS^iaVW��1��^^^*|Wvi*  ' I <  ^sBtahfljwiK's'Bai'^^  f,  1 I      v.. ,  "���I  \     7  I      ' :��� "'���������.'   y  ���:(��� '������I...X .. 1 .7    ' I  ' Ik  #-���!*���*   nm  ���i-   ������  I ���' '  ���w*4*i��us  W  ^Wfa^^Wj'^?.-#��W��'iW��(>tfHW=.;''''  'J      ,  /   , 1 fV  <#���  0 :  ^fy  \  Landscaping for energy conservation  If you're landscaping a  new home, prepare for energy  ' * conservation. Landscaping _  with trees, shrubs and fehces  can help, reduce heat gains  and losses through the shell- of *  a house, can reduce direct  radiation, from the sun in  summer, so coaling systems  will use less energy. Dense  shrubs planted next to a  foundation block wind and  create an insulating dead air  space next to the building. The  higher thes* shrubs grow, the  more insulation they provide.  Trees strategically placed  provide protection from the  wind and modify outside  temperatures by evaporative  cooling. Use deciduous trees\  because in summer they  provide shade from sun, and  in winter the bare branches  allow the sun's rays to provide  additional waVmth andj light.  Air conditioners in a fully-  shaded house work ctoly half  as much as air conditioners in  an unshaded house, according  to tests and dense, shrubbery  around a house saved up to 23  per cent in fuel. So "plan and  plant for energy conservation,  a public service from the Real  Estate Board of Vancouver.  Wednesday, December 13,1978  The Peninsula Times  PageB-5  Metric  - 98% of the^world knows it  so it nf ust be easy  v-  &>  /,*  Mitten Realty Ltd.885-3295  ���    - %W Box 979 Sech��  0-  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure  HOMES  BEST BUY $29,500  Looking for a bargain? Don't miss  seeing this^3 bdrm 12 x 68 1974  Mobile Home. There is a bay-  windowed living-room; large dining  area plus four major appliances. This  dandy^fiome is located on a park-like  landscaped haft acre "just minutes  from Sechelt. Call Corry Ross, to view.  ROBERTS CREEK VIEW $45,000   "  Located, ah child-safe .semi-  waterfront cul de sac near school and -  store. This 3 bdrm fwo-stareyhome  features fireplaces in both living ond'  rec rooms, plus a family sized dining,  ropm. A good home at a realistic  price. Call Corry Ross., ; ��� * ''  GAMBIER ISLAND $65,000  1/2.acre of sunny privacy. Enjoy the ��  ocean view from the sundeck of. thisW  quality constructed home - 1,372 sq  ft. of comfortable living space on  each floor. A few of the features are  IwpiLtQ: ..wall. thrp^hput.wetlMJYT?.:.  HOMES  FAIRVIEW RD, GIBSONS $87,950  130x 220' residential lot in excellent  drea. This large lot has room for a  tennis court and swimming popl. The  modern tudor house is a jay tp  behpld with features such as formal  -dlning^S living room, a family room  With    fireplace,,  working    kitchen,  -master bedroom "with-ensuito","fully^  developed suite in lower level and a  loft 30 x-15'. This 3 bdrm home qffec?  ~~qualities_of liwrig^HafdlcTfrrvd^irrour-"  m- S  area.  -  DAVIS BAY' $69,950  - 1536 sq ft family home located an  view lot. Home features large master  bedroom with ensuite, large kitchen  with first line cabinets, dining room,  .living room with spectacular  fireplace and many other ^comforts.  1536 sq ft of downstairs area also  available to give ypu .rpprn tp  breathe. A quality  home for your  ACREAGE  RURAL RANCHER .    $110,000  EasdL Porpoise _Bay.__Jhree acres of  cafiner���property���located���closer���to-;  Swhelt. This excellent acreage^ is  nicely developed with. a quality-. 4  bdrm home, workshop.^guest cabin,  private revenue.' suite,- fpur-car  garage, vegetable garden, corral and  outbuildings. To see" this special  property, call Don Sutherland.  comfort pnd"  Sutherland..  enjoyment.  Call   Don  EAST PORPOISE BAY $21,000  1.3xxjcr,es   pf   rural,   solitude   with  private     driveway     ���     treed.  H^S^-x-^tOS^^-ideal-for-quieHivingr-  Call Terri Hdnsan.  GIBSONS-  $4975007  ���thsT-rpltis^-S���ftreplacesr  appliances, same furnishings 8  drapes pre included. Trulya bargain.  Call Terri Hanson for appointment tp  view.-   ���. ^s-.  GRANDVIEW ROAD, GIBSONS  $62,500  Here is a 3 bdrm heme" built with  quality & care. Heatilator fireplace in  '..'cedar wall. Full ensuite off a large  .master bedroom. Finished rec room  with a Schroeder airtight. Workshop  & utility.area has an entrance from  carport. Pledse call Suzanne  Dunkerton. for' viewing. - -   ;-*���-  =���-;-������  Looking for a quality family home in  a quiet neighborhood close to .all  amehities? Three large bedrooms, a.  ksiociaiisiiaimaiODm with a fireplaci.'  ^Ot|^^upl5o^f^S^Ptffiter~  space, a 3/4 finished basepient with  a   bar   waiting   for   ypur   finishing  touch. Call Suzanne for a viewing of  this priced-right home.  LANGDALP $89,500  Semi-waterfront. Hidden paradise  with easy access to beach and good  .moorage... Ideal-3 bdrm and family  homo. Well-planned���kitchen���Wit  separate dining room. Sliding doors  open on to a secluded patio. Two.  (fireplaces -plus, quality: construction  are a few of the many features. A  spacious & elegant home. Coll Terri  p.iocJon apppintmentJp view.  COMMERCIAL  SO YOU'RE GOING TO RETIRE  TSj^^^k.^^^^p*6^'^^^'''^^^  .acres w(jftr2'u' trailers giving ypfif  : income whilst you enjoy the secluded  .house with., inground pppl. Lpw  maintenance makes this a natural for  the couple who don't want to  stagnate. Call me ��� you're not  obligated in any way. but maybe it's '  what you're -looking' fori - Ann lb,-,  bitson. .-'..'  SECHELT  WATERFRONT  BUILD YOUR OWN $   $27,500  Well located lat approx 70 x 200', pn  Corocle Road. Sign on. Call Corry  Rossr  TIRED OF CUFF HANGERS      $75,000  Get Ann to'introduce you tp a 3 bdrm  home on this attractive 1-3/4 acres of  flat land bordered by a rushing creek  - that opens to the ocean right behind  Van. Direct  681-7931  Sechelt, B.d VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Statidh  FOR RENT  CREEKFR.ONT HOME ��� on\y  $250/month tp reliable persens. Has  pcean access, three bedrooms,  carpet on pnej, f lepr.  LOTS  SELMA PARK $14,900  See this levely view let with Ann  Ibbitson. Call me for an appointment.  the property. Call Ann Ibbitson.  WATERFRONT LOTS  2 side by side beauties. 110 feet of  frontage, on one,.95 on the other. 7  miles' from Sechelt with gppd  mooroge. Priced at $28,500 and'  $28,000. Call Ann Ibbitsan.  WATERFRONT HOME STXtS^HRr  And acreage,. 87.25 feet of your own  waterfront l-Close.to-villagerhouse-is-  2,0-93 sq f* with full basement. Come  ��� to see .this home with Ann Ibbitson.  SEMhWATERFJlONT  In  Village  opposite  Marina.  Large  level Rl, Asking $25,000.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS $10,000  Build your country retreat and enjoy  the Inlet view of mountain*, and  water. Let is serviced with telephone  and underground1 wiring. Call  - Suzanne Dunkerton.  SANDYROOK "  .��� $10^500  {Beautifully, unimpeded   view   pf  Sechelt Inlet on^this. large building  .Jot. Suzanne Dunkerton.  KEATS ISLAND  Nicely treed corner let with a view.  Hydra & water available. 8x12 shed  to remain, Excellent buy at $7,500.  Call Terri Hansen.  ,'1^**  ERFR0NT  J��8=900���  Approx^ 370'-of waterfropt "with SVV  exposure. Older 2 bdrm cottage,  private dock with good sheltered  moorage. Call Corry Ross.    _;  GIBSONS BLUFF $110,000  -Executive WF home on the Georgia  Bluff. This is a large 4 bdrm home;  MINUTES FROM SECHELT       $55,000  Waterfront with spectecular view of  Trail Islands. 1 acre of sputhweste'rly  exposure,���Cell-TeirriHaason."  quality & space are only two of the  rhany features ,of this home. Three  large sundecks to enjoy 180 degree  view of Howe Sound, Islands &  mountains. Separate 2 bdrm guest  cottage, ifully- insulated-op lav^er  level pf this double lot. Call Suzanne.  DAVISBAY       ? $15,000  Close.to store and just a short walk  to the beach. You could build your  new home in this popular area. Call  Don Sutherland.  TUWANEK .  View lot  overlooking  Lamb's  Bay.��  Close to easy beach access ��� vendor  -^H1-caFr^K3t-GJ7RT-IMced-af-$+Oj0007-  the Palm yfrinQs  Riviera  HOTEL  A -  PALM SPRINGS HILTON RIVIERA HOTEL  Phone Terri for more information.  NORWEST BAY ROAD $23,500  Twa fpts. side .by  side;  ideal.for.  mobile  home  sites.  .Buy'-'both   for  privacy:   and. investment���er���buy-i  separately. Call Dan Sutherland.   ���,-  DON SUTHERLAND  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRYROSS  885-9250  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  terri Hanson  885-5046  .  Narth Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver OTHER OFFICES  3343 Kingsway TO SERVE YOU  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Surrey  10474 137th Street  Langley  205,85 Fraser Hwy'  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  ANN IBBITSON*��� SUZANNE DUNKERTON  & TERRI HANSON AND FAMILIES arrived  baek in Sechelt Thursday after spending  five sunny days at the beautiful Riviera  for. meeting the production quotas of  AAitten Realty. Mitten Realty rewardsTus  for our production���call on us  to produce for you M  ���**3"S  ���.      m.  V  WESTSECHEIT:.9.5 acres af gppd farm land.  Has new 4 bdrm ranch stymie hame, 2 ppnds  supplied by spring water with appfax 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All  services',pn paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt  centre.; This property has many potential  'uses,-  il  ROBERTS CREEK; 3 bedroom home  orvl.67 acros. Spaclaus open plan  of 1320 sq ft. Has ensuite off of  mastor bdrm, Home has family  room &' utility. Reduced  drastically In price for Immodiato  , ,salo. FP $48,000,,  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with  modern 3 bdrm basement-home.  OH fired hot water heating, two  fireplaces, rec rm and many other  ' features. Approx 11/2 acres  cleared and In lawn with fruit  trees and shrubs, excellent soil.  FP $68,000.  *��_! l    lTl,l  6 + ACRES ON REID RdAD:  Mostly cleared, some fruit trees &  yr round criek. Property'mostly'  fenced, front yard landscaped &  Ip 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 $05,000.  '&**- ���  *>:isw  SECHELT VILLAGE: Comfortable  single bedroom ^���homerrlc(eal 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  rates, Asking $33,900.  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  finished basement in area of  new  rhomes,���Features���inc-ljjde���large-kit 1  ' chen &" nook, fireplace, basement,  ilue for stove, finished rec room in  basement,,carport, sundeck and a  level easy to landscape yard. Priced  rtght at $54,900.  WEST SECHELT; 900 sq ft 2 bdrm  home onf lot thatls 62x205'. Needs  some mirror repalrs'and landscaping,  Priced- to sell 'Immediately at  $33,900.  ym&t- u��*/f. *   u  11  k  -ai  ��� r&fj*  WEST 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 hew homes. Basement'  has laundry, workshop and rec  room. Level, treed Jot on sewer.  Asking $59,000!     \  REALTY LTD  885-3211  ROBERTS CREEKi Brand new 3  bdrm homo. Immediate  possession ��� pick your own  carpots, Try your offer to $46,000,  SECHELT VILLAGE -  REAL VALUE ��� SECHELT VILLAGE ��� 3  bdrm, 1150 sq .-ft, flroplaco, deluxe  carpot 8, fixtures, sliding dr to patio 8,  workshop, Large laundry rm.  Property Is nicely treed, Handy  location. Closo to boaj launch.  Asking $43,500, terms.  Geflrge Townsend, 885-3345  Doug Joyce, 885-2761 '  Bob Bull, 885-2503  Jack Anderson, 885-2053  Stan Anderson, 885-2385  '8 ACRE VIEW CQUNTRY ESTATE; ,3  bedroom, 1400 sqft,full basement  home   with   spacious   llvlng^lning  ', \        ���������������������������.��� "   ..���,..;      rpptn, Fireplaces up and.down plus  ....    sjl'���' ���. ���    extra   floe   In   basement.   Opon  _ ^ staircase   to   rec   room,   extensive  HOMES cedar work, Inside and good kitchen  '     , cupboards,   Large   carpprt   with  REDROOFFS AREA: Wlldwood Rd., 125 x 200' level Igt, very  storage and 22 x 45' swimming pool.  easy to build on, Beautiful evergrWns. Priced for Immediate  Approx  3 acros  landscapod  lawn,  Vancouver Toll Freo 6844016  P.O. Box 1219 Sechelt  . TO*l"  sale af $11,000,  UPPER ROBERTSCREEK: 10 acres of land, 4000 sq ft buildingv  with 3 bdrm near-new home of 2376 sq ft aluminum clad,  fully Insulatod building. Building Is all wlrod for 220 power  and could have many uses. Concrete fleor, clear span. FP  $89,900.    ,'      . '   .    .    , .  AW-  S    y '  ROBERTSrCREEK: 1,300 sq ft of 3 bdrm homo sltuatod  In a qulot roslUpntlal area, full basomont, 12 x 30  sundock, comont drlvoway & sunkon living room,  Prlcod to (toll at, $65,QQ0,  '^w^��..'  REDROOFFS; Now watorfront 3 bdrm homo wllh  expansive vlow of Georgia Stall and Vancouver  ilsland, Features shake roof, stalnloss,stool "Shaw"  flroplaiq & skylight, Trood lot, Prlcod at only $67,500,  .'.-njtttf  ttsk  ���klrh  CLOSE TO BEACH HALFAAOON toftf; 4  bdrm (pno In bsmt) homo on largo lat  cIpso to boach, boat launching,  schools & stpro. l/50lh Interest In  watorfront lot. Carport, sundeck,  landscaping done.Owner mutt sioll,.  bring oflor to $<��5,500.  ,  DAVID 6AY MOTEL; 10 s.c, units plus owner's home. 4 lots  'fronting on Highway 101 & beach. 351,47' frontago,' Large,  workshop & storage, Soiling under assessed Valuo, $225,000,  Torms.  Orchard, fjshpond; year round croek,.  organic i garden, greenhouse and  complete'prlvacy,,FP $91,000, '  LOTS  SECHELT WATERFRONT: TWo lots'on Boulevard St, 70' x 129';  Each, trood & Soworod, Asking $40,000 per, lot,    '"X.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large trood, serviced lot close to boach &  gplf iourse. Quiet aroa, mobllo homo permitted, FP $11,900,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 060 sq ft 2 bdrm home with appliances. All wall to wall carpot, Coxy & Inexpensive tp hoat.  Concrete driveway and parking sjab. Fir Road location, FP  $43,500, torrns, ,  REDROOFFS: 4,sldp by sldo v'ldw Ipts, oach 1,1 fl acres with  100 feet road frontage, Excollont buys at full prlco $15,000  each,  mi  "mn*  .�� un ft,       *b  Rl IS f.  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME; a coxy, near new 792 iq ft 2  bedroom home close to. the bedch at Chapman Croek, No  stairs, eloctrlc heat, double glazing. Government prepaid  19 years to run.'FP $32,000. "  loaso hai  wt�� ��� f.%  $$\  U-M  . ill        ___.  ACREAGE  yVATERFRONT WEST SECHELTi Pebblo.., SECHELT VILLAGE; Wall^ to shopping,  boach with your own road rlghl fb    largo kitchen wllh lots of cupboards,  Iwaier, 3 bdrmi, 3 iomplotd  bathropm��, rocroatlon room, wine  collar and lot* of extras, View from  all llvlnd arofu, One of the better  watorfront homos on tho coast,  utility room,'Atwo bedroomi.carporl,  oVol loi. $46,000,  ^mmammmmmf  CREEKSIDE HO/��lEi on 6/10 acre with  parMlke setting, towering tree* A  spacious,   easy   to .'maintain   level  , lawns.   One.' year   new   expansive  home   nai   two ' large' bedrooms,  . Sepofpttrtnlrance ^aiy^d^^/jg  I-   lorjje living ropm with ftreploce that  Invites grdcloui entertaining. A 23' x  28', attached garage .could be con-  |��JIMled.ta an extra bedroom 4, family  room,  An  added, plut   I*, a   440'  '^w6rK^^6ywHK3'ip�����'pluifnb1ng^'Clo^���,'  tci the best ���andy'beach In area, FP|  ���60,300,  -  VILLAGE:   Surl. Circle,   5  llroploco*, heatilator In bsmt bdrm, 2  baths, rec rm, Igo laundry 8>  workshop. Home has shako roof,  cqncreto dllveway, c'port 8, lg��  sundeck. Landscaping mostly done,  Many more oxtrpi, Close to schools &  shopping, FP $54,900,        ���,  sfc  WEST SECHELT: Spanish spill level  homo, near new with all the extra1  features, Doublo carport, workshop,  3 baths, f (idrms, 2 flroplacos, bay  window 8. a lormal dining area; Gpod  Jevol lot affords a vlow irom the 2nd  floor, file roof. 2200 sq f| at only  $72,500,  MIDDLEPOlNTi   17-1/3   acres   of. beautifully   treed   vle.w  property, with 300 feet highway frontage. Zoning permits  1/2 acre lots ��� excellent holding property. FP $45,000.  NTerms. 7 r,    .  SECHELT VILLAGE:  8 pcres measuring 330 x 660'. Will  ovoniually hav* a view. Cl6���� to fhe arena, Try your ,pffor to  '$35 000. '      .      ,',  APPROXIMATELY S ACRES: Treed, aentle,Southerly slrtpe,  260'hlghway frontage. Some merchantable timber. Handy  location, close to Joe Read, Ff $31,000, ,  ROBERTS CREEKi A flno building lot 72 ti 105', close to UOach  accoss, Proporty Is sloping to the south, Pavod road, Asking  :*i3:looo, ...v.._f , ��� , ,   . ,,, i ,.,,���,.,;���;���,.:,:i,t..,  ^ ,.   _  REDROOFFS AREA: Approx one trood acro. 99' orf Rodrooffs  Rd, (Jloso ta.boach and ooqt launch, Fully serviced, Fu|| prlco  only $11,500.    .. .��� iJ(,���N '  DAVIS DAY VIEW\OT: Eaiy forms - 20% down & the,  balanco ovor easy payments on this sauthorn oxposuro vlow  lot, Excavation and clearing hqvo been done, FP $ 12,900,  SOUTHWOOD ROAD; Clpio to \/2< acre, Le*el building lot,  Hydro and roglonal wator nt road. ChocK R compare, At-  trattlvely priced at $9,430, .  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Socholt Village -'o2,*3 x 120'j Roady for  building, Owner will trado ai part down payment on homo,  Value $11,300, ��� ��� ������������;.������  Jlf" W.BMp*p'i.^Ji.llW^W;-Mf:'pi"*p'.  basement home.  MQmTXIMML  bdrm custom-built  'SunnyftrwirtmtiiOHrriri?nKn^iop  In the cell|ng, twin seal window* and  heatilator flriploce. FP $56,300,  BrlHfl all offers, .        ���v"  SEMIRETIRE^ENT BUSINESS OOINO  ..    XONCWN IT4.800 fUV��. PW��JE TWO  M^?thl^IllM afJ'idMl'for ve^r-      20 ^C"W $39,300 fULL P^ipE: Local-d on Hlgh'wW^it,M\rri>:  dryer. |n op. location, 7 drytsr. and aro '"' R"a' Investment,  .     14 washers   In   2pd  location.  All , ^ ��� '       ^  ^r..#qMlpmeot,,M1Jop���,canditiQfU..^  ' ore^clean, and   newly   decoraled. ^ PUJlllEJj PI��IIVl| .,x���,',.,..,..,  ���"~"HG^^ return a*  (     month. For further Information call J, good solid 10% on Invested capital,, 3 suites, a reitaurant  Ondfrson' or   Bob   Bull   083-3211, and 'o dry cleapen as tenants, Lovy���niqlnt��nance, Have at-  anc, 684-8016,       ,                   '���), ^f��������i������,room''for;lexpan��l<>rt1  WEST SECHELT; Large ,68 acres (100 x 293) view lot on  Norwest Bay Rd, Level and oasy to build on, Regional wafer,  cablovlslon, Offers to $18,000, t      i  SELMAPARk VIEWl3ri Extra Inrpo 90 "k, 179' lot, corner  ���.���v^.Bin^^T'^ !l!frtlf^ ,\'v.,t "r':'i^ ft^iSU^iMC^'HfWj'liV^f :r. t-r all ���'- lll1<^r����^.C^^'V,������''','l  $15,50,0, \',"; ���". �� M  V  WILSON CREEK; On Browning Rd, a 73 n 138' view lot only ;  ���3.QQLIcoinbAaclujrjQfldii(Kflii.J|]liil^tit.p(Ullfllly>jtJ��qr��d.an(L  lonced, ready to bu|ld on, A quiet stroot close lo all facilities,  *'Ort�� of o'"kln'fl oi $16,900, "7"^ ',""*  SELMA PARK: Klme building lotI Ovor 130' rda^l frontago,  Largis ���nougl'i to ioiiur* privacy, FP $ia,soo,   ',  "��� i  ' "^^n^u^j,^^  ��� \   ).  \l  ,       *  Mi     t  w*fi*^'�����w��afci^^iii>a*����<a^  *����!*��i*i!WldMiw*^  M rm.', ��!��*�� *���**����  jfimiimnU  '-i     '���   X..       .  .     ��*-.,���  ftt"**t*-���j   ��*#t*fc. t  e fi    (,        i i-t.v-r  "*Pi��w ���H.tfiMiitfcW'***, w  1- i  \  t- ',, ,.'...  1      VI  I' >  I    1  I.    -'r  f     n.  .���     .       >l V  :t  -,-   I'-  ��������� ���"!���  :L_:..  XX.  New SPCA formed dn Sunshine Coast  The Sunshine Coast" Society for the  Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has  reorganized and is starting its 1979  membership drive this month.  A public meeting will be held early in  January, but in the meantime, booths will  be set up in the Sunnycrest and Trail Bay  Malls, and in the Madeira Park shopping  centre on December 16 and 23, for the  purpose of selling memberships and  receiving any donation^that anyone might  wish to make.   '  If it will be difficult for members of the  public to be at the shopping centres at  these dates, SPCA memberships can be  bought by forwarding the application  below to Box.1686, Sechelt and the .endorsed membership card will be mailed  back. The fee is $5 for a membership valid  until December 31,1979.  The $5 membership includes $500,000  insurance coverage in the event a member's animal were to Cause bodily injury or  property damage to a third party.  To expedite the processing of matters  requiring the attention of the SPCA, the  peninsula has been divided into smaller  areas. The Pender Harbour area runs  from Egmont to Middle Point, the Halfmoon Bay area from:Middle Point to_the_-  southern part of Redrooffs Rd., the Sechelt  from the south of Redrooffs Rd.�� to Wilson  Creek,, the Roberts Creek area from the  girl guide camp to the cemetery, the  Gibsons from the cemetery to Langdale,  and~the~Langdale-P6ft Mellon 7from the  ferry terminal to Port Mellon.  . In the event of a complaint, the public is  asked to contact the assistant inspector of  the area, not Len Wray. It will be the job of  the assistant Inspector to assess the  situation on hand and advise the inspector,  Len Wray, should a seizure of the animal  or some similar action be necessary.  The principle behind this approach is to  expedite  complaints   through  a  local  persoirwh^isTctoseir^  avgare of local conditions and problems^  members of the SPCA only* The cost of the  operation involved will be approximately  $20 for male dogs, $30 for female dogs,  $17.50 for male cats and $25 for female  cats.  While at the shopping centres, the  public is asked to discuss any preferences  and other points with the SPCA  representative. It is the intention" of the  SPCA^to service the areas thoroughly and  suggestions are'welcome.  ���*���  <$>.  ���rm to ***-s^  L  to ^ntntnls  ���*%  %  .BRANCH  ANNUAL SUSTAINING MEMBER  M.  ���*t3-r-  MEMBERSHIP EXPIRES.  -���tea  SEC.  MAN.  Should the local assistant inspector not be  available at the time of complaint, then  one of the directorsshould be, called who  wJU-^piake^every effort to ensure an  assistant inspector is available as sdbn as  possible.  The organisation of the new SPCA has.  been set up to speed up the solving of  complaints JEoinsuK^jiontinuilyjtfJhis^  the  public  iare asked  to follow the  procedures as described. By-passing, such  as calling Len Wray from Pender Harbour  or Halfmoon Bay, will only frustrate the  system and result in delay.  The officers of the nevrsociety ant:'  SPCA PRESIDENT Bill Walkey and  Brutus gear up for the society's 1979  membership drive. The 120 pound bull  mastiff is  growing.  Vice-Pres. x Doug Elson, 886-2534;  Treasurer Laura ^cAuley, 886-7105;  Secretary Catherine Long, 886-8045.  Directors:-Pearl Trethewey; 886-7852;  Wendy Beaudoin, 883-9279; Ken McAifley,  886-7105; Sid Miles, 885-9295; Marian  JHaase,J83^69;J^nmel��^  Inspector: Len Wray._ (Langdale-Port  Mellon) 886-2664. ;~  Asst. Inspectors: Wendy Beaudoin  (P^nder^arbow)^83^^9^ Casey  Brennan (Halfmoon Bay), 885-3903;  Beverley1 Northway (Roberts Creek), 886-  9652; Laura McAuley (Gibsons), 886-7105.  Volunteer required for the Sechelt area  (Redrooffs-Wiison Creek).      '���' ," ~ ...  Any queries as to adoption of pets,  euthanasia, spaying etc.  should be  = directed to your local director.  There will be .a spay clinic available to  EVERYBODY'S DOING Rl  And they sure are happy about it!  .What are they doing? Why, they're  reading TheTIMES... looking for a new  home or car or job of washer or  bicycl^And each person will probably find just the right item at just the  l>rice1'Hdw~''(JO''We''kn^?l^eilr  Ibods^ofrddV^ire'rs-^veryT  offering scores of new pro-  We welcome ads of all sizes..: we'll,  __J^en'help you develop an ad if you  wish, for the same cost as th$ ad  alone! What other media_can offer  that kind of bargain.. .ona one-to-one  , personal basis? Check around, and*  week  ducts and services  "weTFTihk you'Trwdnt  "friends Who read  to  joip your  advertise in  ^^.  The TIMES... it's the best buy  around!  The PENiNsuLAT����e4  ...k:"; a weekly part ot your life I  TT  \  rX),  X,  /  /""  \..\,  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  885-2235 M **>E  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Bok 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  ^ren^Close^As^foiir^hone  '   ' X        ' '  ' ���'���",' '  ���   , ' '  ' '      ' I "��  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  r  FORECLOSURE SALE #4038  Their loss, your gain. Seven separate properties  in this uncompleted subdivision. Includes .two  wate^ont homes. Most ' lots" located on  waterfront. All en|oy privileges of private deep  water, dock and launching facilities. In protected  bay. 2rid mortgagee !sqy$ "Sell at a lossl".  Asking $240,000. Some financing available. Bert  Walker, 885-2235 24, hrs.  ���\  BOATERS #3888  Admire your boal and tho westerly view through Pqnder  Harbdur frorn this doublo lot, ovor 3/4 acre, r\oarly level; on  pavbd road, with hydro, phono and water along road. Good  value at $21,000, Now MLS. DON HADDEfS, 885-2233 (24  SPACIOUS QUALITY HOME v #4024  Throobbdroom��rmaster"orisulto, nook" In "kltcliih plus  separate dining room.,,Vlow living room warmed by corner  flroplaco, supplementing all eloctrlc heqtlng! Flhe .water  vlow, Close to arena, Unfinished basement ��� grade ontranco,  allows full scope for yoijr design, Has mortgage 3/4% below  curront rate, Asking $96,900. See with PETER SMITH, 883-  2235 (24 hrs). , ,",.���'  COUNTRY ACREAGE #3980  'Well built and recently remodelled 3 bdrm home located on  2,33 ocros wllh tho addod bonus of a year-round crook. The  proporfy has othor secluded building sites, so call PON LOCK  and discuss the possibilities of this property.1 085-2235 (24  hrs),. The price Is oply $49,800,  CHOICE LOTS /(3034  Several leyel Ipts available op-ttulet road.in WjpirSechelr  just 1,7 miles to Bochell,'.Hydro,-phone, vyqlipr and cablo at  .. w&--^Mw-w\mf\:&\.%\Q.^^��K#'^ '/���  'HADDEN,'d8'S39ty& (24'hrs). ' '  LEVEL LOT PROTECTED AREA #3958  Tfeed lot, elite,. 80 x 140, on blacktoppod road, upper Wost  Sechelt. New home area, protected by building scheme,  Asking |ust $12,800. Donlt pass It up. PETER SMITH, 885-2235  (24 hrs),  ���1WVTERFRONT #3988  This lot has 50 ft of wajorfrontajfb on Lamb's Bay ��� with over1  150 ft of gentle sloping land to the wator from Socholt Inlet  , Road. This proporty offers the low prlqed watorfront lot'now  avallablo. Call DON LOCK, 885-2235 (24 hrs) to soo, or drive  by and Investigate yourself. .Asking $22,000.  NINE-TENTHS ACRE ��� #3764  Largo lot with stroam through fllvos you plonty of scope to  devolop your own os)ato, Sorvlcos on pavod road, Vondor  says sell for $ 10,500. Now MLS, DO|v| HADDEN, 805-2235 (24  hrs). ' '','���''.'  FINE QUIET HOME-BEACH ACCESS >4012"  Exco|(ont throe bodroom, Living, kl'tch,6n and dining rooms all  with vlow, Near full bdsament, all concreted. Easy stairway  from cathedral entrance. Ravine next lot over, very prlvato.  Access to secluded beach across road. Main floor 1056 sq ft.  Full prlco only $46,900, vondor considers offors, BERT  WALKER, 805-2235 (24 hrs), '.���  MUST SELL ���4 BDRM FAMILY HOME #3999  T|i* pbseptee owners want to sell so call DON LOCK and  view this very 4u|)stanllal house on 3/4 acro of land, Some of  tho features are largo living room, ^Itchari with arbprlte  cupboards and largo.nooktD0lhr99m,,Vy!,'Jl.a!lwplls treated In  aruorlte, recreation room and enclosed garage, Asking price  Is $49,506 but let me submit your offer. '  '77ir-  SEE THE ISLAND CHRISTMAS LIGHTS #4025  From thfl large sundeck of this beautiful new,home. 1346'sq  ft with 3 Idrge bedrooms, onsulto, separate dining room and  large livlrig room with heatilator'fireplace. Full basement  and doublo carport. Offors to $72,500. To see* this beauty call  RUTH MOORE, 885-2235 (24 hrs).  LARGE LOT, COACH ROAD.'.'', #4001  Large building 14<J x 130' In quletarea, 2 mll���� from Gibsons, gontlo slope, sunny area, some trees but could bo  easily cleared for that droam homo you hove In mind, Asking  $11,900, JIM WOOD, 805-2235 (24 hrs).  SMALL HOUSE I SMAU PRICE I ,  ...     tf 403,4  Beautiful ocean vlow frorp this two bedroom cottage with  carport, have ahomo and money In the bank. Op lease |arld,  the low asking price Is $15,900. JIM WOOD, 885-2235 (24  hrs). '' '       '    V'  VIEWLOT #3985  Two look* lona, all.tho way to tho.SkaokMmcligck. JS.*. 120',.  lot at Sandy Hook for only $8500. Only brush to cloar, JACK  WARN, 883-2233 (24 hrs), ,,       k. _,  S^MA PARK HOUSE WITH A VIEW \   #4033  Attractive 3 bedroom with spacious kitchen and dining area,  bright living room with stone flreplaco, full basomont, with  recreation room and fauna. ThU home Is In excellent condition. The landscaping I* beautiful. Asking $60,000 JIM  WOOD, QP3-2235 (24 hrs), ���. ��� . ....      .  GETTING HARD TO FIND #3819,  Qulot forest setting wllh year-round, st,fyqm, 3 yr o|d cottage  8, guost cabin on 12-1/2 acres, A mile off highway but on  paved road al Roberts Cfeekl ..Good, term!,', $59,000. JACK     *'  WARN, 803-223-5 (24 hrs). 7      " A  2$-  GREER ROAD-VIEW LOT #3848  Lovely water v|e"Vv, easy to cloar bushes and fine foi�� that  vlow home of your a^slre. Big 71 x 193',. lots of scope for  planning. Asking $14,500, PETER SMITH; 885-2235 (24 .hrs).  1   '' ' ,    "V,, '  RECREATIONAL LAKEFRONT #4028  Just picture yourselves relaxing and ttie natural beauty of a  secluded recreational lot on the shore of be,aut|fu| Gardon  Bay Lake, A small panabode cabin Is Includod In the low price  of $29,500, DON LOCK, 883-2235 (24 hrs) has all the details  on this very attractive property.  CENTRAL LOCATION #4037  Conveniently locatod, nicely treed, lamost level and with  hydro, wator and phono to lo| sldo. At the now low prlco of  $11,900 this one should be seen. BERT WALKER, 885-2235  (24 hrs),  LARGE BUILDING SITE #3847  Look po further for that largor than average building site as  this 83 x 240' level parcel with all local services at roadtlde  could.bo your ( Seo It then mako your offor on lh,o  $11.50Q asking price to BERT WALTER, 888-2235 (24 firs).  A LOT OF POTENTIAL #4030  Offering a spectacular vleW ofthls fine home*|��| .qfop aflors  tbe convenience of shopping, schools and the ferry tormina!  Bo sure to stop by and see this  ^WALKER, 885-2235 (24, hrs),  ono. Asking $15,500, BERT  START THE NEW YEAR RIQHT #392^  .���With your.own business, This growing convenience store  shows great expansion possibilities, Good Sechelt main  .street location,' For more Information call RUTH MOORE, 009-  2233 (24 hrs).        ,    ,  QUIET COUNTRY UVING  #4027  FAMILY CONVENIENCE  #3975  w#  ,i^2  RETIREMENT iOT        ��� ���.�����������.���������< .�� ---;-#3Q54v��� '-''Wi h,ali;tjii>n'A��i  :'; '"^WmXUS & iwo eniuite Hat^ms, Full b.mt;��oun<i;   "?  I  ^Wimj.4HjrdrW^��W^tW--filSni^    right at $10,700, New MLS DON HADDEN, 805-2235 (24 hrs).       ,      area, ,$4,2,500, RUT,H A/tOORE, 003-2233 (24'hrs).    '���.      ������ (24 hr��^),  '*L.t,l,,1���,  ftuth Moore      . Don lock     ' Peter Smith  889-9213        883-2526     , 885-9483  Don Hadden  885-9504  Jim Wood i  885-2571  V,rv'-;   *-  Bert Walker  885-3746  ' ii*w*t ��� \-fwmm- im ��M��*!  Jack Wain  886-2681  Bob Kent  885-946}  ,\  JoHn R. Goodwrft  885-2456 ��� *  V - ��   ���    *,* ,\,.m. r^,.,-y  .    |,���,i.-,W t^t^i.X     -im',''       ' "   I.,,  Brian Coyle  885-2235  ��� ���<&*;';������.  "     X  '"   *,���  *���<  M$^!W!9SIWie)^^jS<^^^ sfito'&i^^w-riri&wvti^^  tf  ,i4 ���#->-"' <*���*��������  A    ,V  '\ 2  \  i'.  i   \,y  , I'.M i    /���  '*  )     i  ���X ��� X"iX:.-.,.:_���'������ ���'7'7x: ���( .   r'U  "A'li  1      ',\   ' .  t    ,  ���y -+��� V-T-  !77.f.  7  XX  \ ���  lit.  -A  :-���(  N,     -  - /  i:  X   .  v  o  Gibsons auxiliary  enjoys lunch  Fifty-five members and visitors of the  Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary enjoyed their  Christmas luncheon meeting at the Gibsons Arena. The ladies of the Curling Rink  catered so well, auxiliary husbands may  have suffered at dinnertime.  Ida Leslie became Mrs. Santa Claus  and distributed gifts to each lady. It was  fitting that the first two door prizes,were  ���-won by-Edna Husby and HelenAVeinhan'dlr  as these two ladies are not only hardworking members of the auxiliary, but  alsoJha^d-working caterers at the Arena.-  Amy Blain and Margaret'Inglis won the  other two door prizes.  Because it was a social meeting, the  business was condensed. The combined  ^^ontribution-through.the Gift and Thrift  Shops,, the ^Extended Care Unit arid  Physiotherapy saw 27 volunteers work 126  .hours in and for the hospital during the  month of November.  Novelties and .hand knit garments were  displayed before going onio.the GiftShop  for sale. Phoebe Blomgren's crafts were  greatly admired. "*   Wednesday, December 13,1978        The Peninsula Times  .<".<��� X XXX-X7,ikX7,i7,iXik A7,i7,i2X7XkXk XrXkXXVXikA'kX-X' X X7i,7r-X'X7X  Page B-7  x xxx-xxx  OWNERS!  THE SMILE OF NEW Gibsons she swore the Oath of Office and the  alderman Lorraine Goddard may not Oath of Allegiance last week" before  .last through allthevillage business of. Justice _of the Peace Dan Devlin,  the coming year but it was there*as  HIE HAVE A  SPECIAL  PRE-CHRISTMAS  TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE  f ON ANY ZENITO B&W  OR COLOR TELEVISION.  DROP IN AND  ASK ABOUT IT.  r"  SUPER SPECIAL  The auxiliary has erijoyed catering to^  TfieTJibsons^Qons7Club~and were happy to^  serve their Ladies Night^October 28, at.-  Harmony Hall. They served^a turkey  dinner for the CNIB December 8 at the  same hall *Cs  The quilt is how ready to tie and have  the border sewn on. Watch for it. It is  lovely and well worth the $1 raffle ticket  price. .' ..  _ Vi Harris, cteinnan of the nominating  committee, ���read^ ^e1::sUitezof^officers,  which was adoptedr,as.;.presenl^rrTP!tes:  Joan B. Rigby, 1st Vice-Pres: Ida Leslie,  2nd Vice-Pres: Stella Morrow, Secretary:  vPea^Doye, Trea&^Marge.^^igdale,  UBCM seminar held recently  ~v  Gibsons Alderman Dick Fitchett,  Sechelt Alderman Larry Mstpdonald and  Regional Board Director David Hunter  attended the two-day seminar sponsored  by the UBCM for newly-elected municipal  and regional members.,  Several knowledgeable mayors, senior  civil servants fromMunicipalAff airs and-  professional, civic officials presented  excellent papers and talks oh diverse  municipal subjects.  These included government  framewOELkZ_cesponsibilities-of mayors,  ajdermenimd-regionalTlirectorsaTid^ig  public works and utilities, solid waste  disposal,, municipal finances, financial  assistance and revenue sharing and  housing and'transit.  These two days of talks, seminars and  workshops gave an excellent overview of  how municipal and regional officers ^ee  bestserve^theirxonstituentsr^^Submitted-  by Area F Director David Hunter.  SsfMAS COLOR  SPECIAL  attft^praa^^ a^^d ^  IK. TX31 '"'""**; ���*jTT"."!|J v*'  ���.���������  tr  I   >  Calvary Baptist Church, Park Rd., these  officers will be installed by Mrs, Vera  Temoin, the area representative for the  Lower Mainland of the BCAHA.  The auxiliary welcomed "Evelyn  Cooper, Etoile Muhdell, Nancy Stewart  and Mary Butter as visitors and hopefully  members.        ^>    '.-       --_^_-__  Remember, you have an opportunity to  contribute to the hospital as well-as send  Christmas greetings to local friends,, by  depositing to the Gibsons Hospital  Auxiliary Christmas Card account at any  ofthe'-three local banks. The deadline for  contribattbns^^oonrDecember-15^ You'--  may also contact Amy Blain,  *��� If you are out thererii^ie community  and looking for a place t<|��ive your time,  talent arid at times your treasure, join the  auxiliary at/ its next meeting. Tlie  auxiliary will welcom&ypu and put you tb  Are you j>art of the human race  or just:;__ aspectator?  pannnpacmnt  15.  ���~Tai��h.��ilrt'��ff,WifrfWt,nn��nrVnet  liS^Pry,  ���.mmijijx&#  *���%  <*&>  $569  00  ^Peacfi eT/tee  885-3813.  TOCKING  TUFFERS  for  ���-���OMteeivE���-  FECI AL  <-U/ei;��ta.c"'Qijt .Ccfttijicaies  Sechelt ' ....-���        a--   -     1 (Not Over $30 JOO)  ���-        "^ceor^S-iTW  Distinctive decorator <*3gJ. ,,-v ,inished    in  Zenith   ,_^   Iwedge stereos  Wedge Stereos     ^ tt   "*  CHECK OUR PRICES ON OTHER  IN-STOCK ZENITH       ki  *     STEREOS,  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  "After the SALE-it's the  SERVICE that counts"  885-9816  K  7.x-x -,< -x x. x-x-x-x^x^x-x-x-XA^i x .r-x x-x7v-j7X7:XJ'xx x-x-x' x-Xj-  *��3fcl  CHRISTMAS  SEEK-A-WORD  s  r  F  i  Ce  c  t  a  P  C  ^  A,  r  A  J5  ���H  K  ��  0  ��  a  $  A  (i  G.  ��  L  $  u  N  0  ��  L  f  S  <r  S  L  p  I  [r  (*  o\  ��  f  /I  A  ��  L  P  H  O  M  P  7L  ��  0  0  o  P  0  r  o  V  $  A  s  P  D  fi  o  9  H  R  *  fit  3  V*  tt  L  1  0  A  y  p  V  ft  t<  m  ��  t\h  i  Vt\M  P  Coloring  Contest  Winners  We have a very difficult job choosing the wi'nners  pf"The Santa ColoTing~Contest. "So many ef you  entered and did such good jobs of your pictures.  In the pre-school group'the winner was Siew^  yang Sim, aged ��>,; of..David Road, Gibsons.  h|oriofable mentions go to Adriane;Rogers, aged  ~4X\7TyPratrRbddrG1bTo(Ts~and ShliWiT"Grahtr  ���P  m��L  aged 4-1/2, Box 1157, Gibsons:  ���; In the primbry; group; first prize' goes to Jason  Ball,  aged fc,  of  R.R.   1," Gibsons.   Honorable  mentions go to Dale Campbell, aged 7, of Box  160,   Gibsons;   Olga  Smith,   aged   8,   R.R.   1,,  Sechelt. "  Winner of the Senior Division is Louisa Penson,  aged 10, of R.R, 1, Madeira Park. Honorable  Mention to Bernadlne Lee aged 10, Box 822,  Gibsons,    " i' ���   .  We want to thank you Shane, Brian, AllsSrT,  Rachael, Dale, Adam, Kim, Cory, Debbie, Dianne,  Leigh, Leonard, Mire, Clint, JartJs/<jn^everyone-  else who took the time to do sucl  us.  Winners should call the Pen Times  office for their prizei     ',      '   i  iCe^work for  >p drop by the  CHRISTMAS WITH  >ANTA^LAU$--  Christmas for Santa was very bus  because he had to load the sleigh with  all. sorts of toys, jumping jacks*, teddy  bedrs, toy airplanevpogo sticks^trucks,  Tdbil S7Stof f^��d a ffi i^s?Bifeesa^dll^ofts  of toys. His wife, Mrs. Clqu'si^as making  J. all homemade gingerbread and candles  and little present? to put in the  Children's Stockings. Then .Santa put oh  his cap and coat and his black boots and  yvent to, Viitch the , reindeer, Dasher,  Dancer, Prdncer, Comet, Cupid, Donner  pnd Blitzen, Then the elfs put all the toys  in the sleigh and away Santa went and  went   to   all   the   houses,   down; the  f chimneys and filled the. stockings and  when he had finished he told his wife he  l'; had finished and the next Inornlng all  the children would be happy because  Santa was there.      "     ���   . ���  THE END  '    > by Leah Maynarc!  kmmmmmm^m^mmmm  . ^t^^u_^_^J_t_^_^_i_^_^i_J,^_m_^_^_^^^m_i_^j_^_^^m_^_^r^_mi_t_._i  IPIPH PI W ��� W ��� W *! lM ^! W ^1W ^ W ^ W "**'  STUCK  Find 'those hlddon wprds  abovo.  angols;  |oy    ,  happiness  ho  holidays  gifts  morry  Noel   ,  prosont  rod,  In the puzzle  Rudolph,  Santa   t  sled '  snow  toys  Dear Santa,  I want ^an Easy. Bake oven.  Santa I'd like' to see a deer,  Christmas Santa. ,    |,. ,  Love, April Joe  Please  Merr^T"  iVlaK6 ll!  BROWN SUGAR  SHORTBREADS  INGREDIENTJS;  2 cupt butter |l|b, |  A cupi flour     - '.  1 cup;brown IVB^f   ,  1  Mfl...  "'��� ''Ski ��� .  ���>��''^l'*i"'"> .������::,'���  Mix lnqr��cll��nti nnd th��n cul dough Into |our  t��ctloni, Roll oach #��c(lon [on* al a ��im��( until  thay torn.,)% IikIkm Uny. R��4I them mp M mt** ]pmfmr ���  "IK! ^"L^yUte C"Ul�� rplU Jntff, M* Jn��h  illcat, Put on ungrvotadlbaklnB ��h����t and haVm for  IS mlnult�� In an ow��n ���( 32fl, Cool, Th��n, IAT'  THEMI     \  by Cindy Janiewick  On Christmas Eve Sbnta said "Hurry, Hurry, the little boys and  girls are waiting". ,  I Tho Elfs filled up the big bag and called Santa. Ho camo with  his bright rod stilt, He loadod his bag filled with toys on his ��lod.  Thon ho shouted to hlq reindeer and flew out of sight. Ho sto^pod at  a house and anothor and another and so oh, but finally he got to a  house that hqdjeftsp^  ho couldint control himself, There wero cakes, cooklos, pop, fruit,  candy cjnd lots of other goodies. Then ho thought he bottor got  , going. Santa was OK until hp reached the tap of tho chimney, hb got  his arms and head out but he couldn't get his body outTSanta was  ' stuck I So, Jig callod to his rolndeor but thoy were tied to the slod.  He callod his olfs, but thoy woro too small. (Thoy wero only a foot  high and too woak.) Thon Santa realized ho Was too fat from o|l the  goodies he ato. So Santa called fpr help, Tho llttlo boy Irr.tho house  heard Sahfd's cry. He camo; out, got a laddpr and cllmbod up on the  robf. And you know what? Ho pulled Santa outl So Santa said  thank-you and 0av�� the boy another spoclql presont for pulling him  put. And thon ho flow off In his slod. ,  THfENq  GUINESS'CHRISTMAS  "i '   . .*._. i   ,       '       .    ��� i,  ���,t- The heaviest Christmas turkey recorded Is 75 lbs. ��   �����  }:Ihl__ t,,* jjf^lfBit ��r^^rtiii lotted cr wholrytfair; ot'f aradlso on Mt.  Rainier,.'.Washington.���.,...-.    .    ��� --���- '-;   --   TheflreptVtnumbe^^^^^^^  'v 824 In 1975. ,      '  porson was  l-7h~ *'~  Mtfl%  (fs (arc  gest Christmas'tree was 106 feet tall, It was 0  Douglas fir raised In 1976. It held 13,000 colored lights and 6,900  other rd0cpr0mt.  5SSSSBE3  T  ���iMe  I     <\  One day  SANTA'S IN TROUBLE  by Kelly Cousins  Orio day I was walking In tho woods, It was al  cold wlntiary night and thoro was a snow storm. As I  got closor to tho North Pole I hoard nolsoa. I was  going to soo Santa, of courso. WajH, as I walked  closor1 and closer, to Spnta's workshop tho noises  grow louder and loudoij. I was finally thoro. I was at  Santa's workshop. All Santa's Elvos weren't  working and it wan Christmas Evo, Thon I wont to  talk to Sqnta In hi? houso, but ho wasn't thoro  eltlior.  ' SoJ wentIn jho pjaco whoroSqnta kopj,��Q|l his  toys whon thoy a^p mado." thoro I qgw* a big  machino and moan looking Boar And he had Santa'  and ah tho Elvos 6nd alltho toys In glasp b'iibblos.  Could this bo the ond of Christmas, I thought, to  imyjio|f��� Lhad to advpjCbrlitjnQfuvUJtcy.��dJo ineak  In, I got In and brokojho^tpol], Tho bad Boar Just  cllsappoarod Into thin air. Then Santa said to mo  "That's a |ob woll dond, hpw about you coming ona  rldo to deliver tho toys \Mth m��?" So I spld "Suro".  THE END  *\  ..*.  V  \  14 ^et-m   J^H��wisMiiflW^��f��B*a��^^  ,W��kwJ..  ABfSB^SU^^*S!^!Wt*^!IWS^  "TT  ���)'"'���  x ;  *"-- ���*-���-'->���;�����-���.'���  i  t                          1  '1           k        i  'p.'   \     1  ���i,  , , x '  *"Y  'A'.   \ .,,,/_  ^>  -?  /..  "m&i.  4^-m^.  Page B-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 13,1978  The Grub Baa  Christmas punch  By Ann  A call for resident salmon  Thfe following is a brief presented to the    on a good salmon  sport fishery, we  . salmonid, enhancement Program public   therefore ask that a Resident Salmon  meeting of December 6 by local developer   Program be started in 1979 to compliment  Hank Hall: the   Parks   Branch  Marine   Campsite  RESIDENT OR WELD ONE System.  The heading'of this submission Mr.        When sports fishermen, use the term  Colorful bowis ot punch ana taste-   ICED MINT MIST '" '   ' '     Chairman, may seem strange to you*   ^ident salmon on a daily basis Mr,  tantalizing appetizers add a touch of~2 (6 oz.) can? frozen concentrated'^  glamour to Christmastime celebrating. If   limade    _T " '   - success g^g? of your Salmon Enhanl   JJ^^Si        & *  you expect a large crowd, why not offer   5 cups water cemera rrogram.  your friends a chqfce of two punches ���   2 cups light rum ' Sportsmen in the sport of hunting use  ' Pink Perfection, itiade with wine, and Icedx 1 cup creme de menthe , this term often, for it is quite-common to  -MtatllfflstrSiBrvfcrthj^ residentrorwild game or fowl, yet  of- appetizers,     j.     ~ Chill well and serve over crushed ice. For > this term is actually unknown when We  PINK PERFECTION PUNCH a larger party double the rgcipe and use   relflte it to the salmon sports fishery.  SJS2cS'r��i hots")   the punch bowl. (The smaller recipe will        Residency in the salmon fishery is  l cud suear ' make 10 to 12 servings). becoming a new word and it is hoped that  y4 cup sugar rt���4XT������ mnm      *��� further research and concentrated effort  y4 cup warm water ORANGE WINE CUP , -by leaders of the Salmon Enhancement  1 can  (4648 oz.)  pineapple^grapefruit   4%jcups orange juice - �� wiU create a ^        resideni  f?k���  ��� i    "fc-n^T uKeS g ��r Wme'   s^00 Population, for the B.C. salmon  1 tjuart ginger ale, chilled ���  ..chilled - ^ {��h��      ���   \   ���  (StgewtaeTCaW"^USCOtWtae'Chmed   %��cSp oraig^queur     " ' fo this regard Mr. Chairman, I take this "  Cook the "red hots"Randies, sugar and   sugar -  orange  slices -  maraschino ^^tfflirSSl  water for a few minutes until th<* candy   cherries or strawberries r^tent *a\mm anA i* ��rh&* th* h��*t \  dissolves. Cool. Combine with other.     Put the orange juice into a punch bowl  ��  -c��  Pttch-lnTB  Hwp Britl/h Columbia Beautiful  I  KEEP  B.C.    WATERS  CLE A  Order your Christmas items now  from our special designs.  LEADED       __  ,���nn  TEARDROP ^JL/4500  GLASS  LAMPS,  >xl038,  , Secholt  "Specially~Designed for You"  Your choice, of colors  resident salmon and is perhaps the best  area in B.C. to explore, achieve and  ingredients and serve over crushed ice.   Add the wiher rum-and- orange liqueur.    moriitor a ' 'ident JL.J s^.^ iiahefv  mu;��� ���.m ~.n\m~ ~u~..i ��,..���� ��.,�����+o haa ��.,rt���� *-. *���=�����, ilaa ��iant.r ��* ina- on~rf    monitor a resident saimon spons nsnery  This will make about three quarts.  Add sugar to taste. Add plenty of ice ahd -  program.  EVERYONE  NEEDS TWEES  mtrweltGanilshaiepuiiclnrith roundsnf���^!k_7i____nd .��� ia =,, mSe. .. ^mAed  floating orange mm - *wmtj2^7^^^-^%SS^\  maraschino cherry half. Will  four quarts, enough to serve 12 to 14  people.  EMERALD CAKE (for St. Pat's Dav tool  1 pkg white cake mix  1 pkg (3 oz.) lime flavored gelatin^   % cup water  Vz cup corn oil  4 eggs, unbeaten  shoreline that has deep cold calm channels  open to the main Jervis Inlet through the  Skookumchuck, a natural control gate  provided by Mother Nature.  '  The many creeks and rivers of the area  _could provide excellent resident" salmon"'  spawning channels'-Waccessible to vehicle  traffic and accessible by the sea only,  giving added securitytospawning salmon  and hatchery fingerlings. , ,  .  Following are some of the benefits  _offered-by~our  proposed  inland  sea~  ���resident salmon fishery:  Emptycakemix info a large bowl7 Add  remaining   ingredients.   Beat   three  mumtesTiffitil"sniobth~arrdT;reamyr~Pour~  batter into two square cake pans which  have been lightly oiled and toed on the ^ THE -SALMON ENHANCEMENT  bottoms with waxed papec^&ake-for-^���yfytQetdSSi-^y^  Mnrtf^fmdegree:E^^  pans for 10 mmutes. Remove the cakes for a pUot resident salmon program within  from pans and fimsh coohng on wire cake 30 me3 of Vancouver, yet protected from  racks. Swirl Fluffy Frosting thickly over ^ sometime destructive habits of man.  cold cake. 2. Controlled access to assist in monitoring  FLUFFY LIME FROSTING  me wiceM ��&m^ fyoa cow d&<  SUnCQHST CHRM5LER LTD  one cal! does it all  OOvVAil JL  next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  a  T><mt foiypet oxt% MtOMXf Sfaeci<zt&  TCmVEl  1 egg white  two-thirds cup granulated sugar  l-pkgrtSTJzrriimeiflavoredngelatur  1 teasp. vanilla  Vz cup boiling water  the effectiveness of the program.  3. The single entrance at the Skookumchuck creates excellent, sport and corii-  jrriereialrftshing control.        '������"''.  dm&^^  A7~  FOR THE PUBUC? AT LARGE     ^  _    .. ... .   . 1. A tidal sport salmon fishery within a 2  TPPES   A CROWING CONCERN      C��mbine egg white, sugar, gelatin and   gaUon gas distance from Vancouver, or a  TKEE5 ...AGKUWINU CONCERN ^anmamamixmgbowl.MixweU. Addthe " pieas^2 hour scenic biis and ferry ride,  boiling water and beat on high speed with".  Q^jgjniiiutes by air        ���'"'''"'" -'"''':'   ~-  -eleetric mixenintilpeakrfornr(fivert(rsix-^ * Ari aii' season, 'all weather,  wind  ;v?  mmutes.) Makes about iour cups, or   p^cted sport salmon fishing area at a  enough to lavishly cover tops and sides of    cost ^tfiebhe plus n^on lower inCome  ,HnvnllB���!���!��nr!!n!   ^b"*   ��� u   c        ���  ��  ���*    ���  /'^    residents of the Lower Mainland can af-  and your provincial forestry association       Best wishes from all of us to all of you   ��ord   -  for a happy holiday season. .   3. A tidal sport fishery where 98 per cent of  the waterfront is owned and controlled -tiy  the Government,;thereby providing a low  cost fishing and nature experience for, the  - boating-public; ���X���1  h,,,,,^,,  DL 2180  S^S^^^S^^^^^S^^S^^^^^^^^^^^S^^^^:  FOR THE SUNSHINE COAST  ECONOMIC BASE    I  1. A $1 million a^lditioii to the areas annual  tourist-industry;.-, - ���'' ��� .��� "���;  2. Increased provincial parks branch  promotion and expansion of their Sechelt  Inlet overnite marine-park campsites.  3. Qrient Committee"Vyith^ Park Program  (copy ofProgram enclosecl)T  In conclusion \ve strongly recommend  that the Salmon Enhancement Program  engage in a pilot salmon residency  program for Sechelt Inlets.  Tourism in the inland sea is dependent  CLOSED CHRISTMAS 8 POXING DAY & NEW YEAR'S DAY  join us on  NEWYEAR'lEVE  ��� Complete Dinner Plate  ��� Dance to "Horizon"  TICKETS AVAIL. $20/PERSON  H!^MlL.^MiLMMU.^ihiL^MlL.^MCL^MtL^MtfLjlMiLjlMil.^MtfL^MU.  televised  Residents of the Sunshine Coast who  were unable to attend the panel discussion  , on waste disposal at the recent community  forurrt will be able to see the program pn  Channel 10 if you are a subscriber in the  Sechelt area, tonight (December 13).  The panel discussion was taped by a  professional creyv from Delta Community  Television in colour arid we wlshl to express our thanks to them, and, to' Coast  Oabl$ylston f6r showing it on Cat^KThe  ifilmwlll also bo seen ln Delta.  mitted by Karl Johnston.  b-  885-9769  WHETHER YOUR CHOICE IS $  fr  M  I  LACY LINGERIE,  A DAZZLING DRESS,  A BEAUTIFUL BLOUSE  ���'''���' '...'.,'   ':   "' I      "''        '  OR ANYTHING ELSE FROM OUR LARGE-  SELECTION, WE'LL BE HAPPY TO HELP  Ypy CHOOSE GIHSuIHAtARM  for The special people on your list./  \  and what you con do about if  (o  The Canadian Code of Advertising Standards exists for your protection. It's accepted by the adyertis|n|ig community as the minimum standard for advertising  ethics. pp;:  .,,.,..',��� V  U you see or hear an advertisement which you feel breaks the Code, you can do  something about it. Just complete this Complaint Notice and send il tp the Advert  Using Standards Council. Your complaint will be investigated, and you'll be helping to get rid of deceptive advertising, i  *'������';������'���.',' �� ������'     .'' '."      ���'. "���.->"  '   "* "��� ���.. :': ; ,'.;���       ,  These are the 11 areas covered by the Code?  False or misleading advertising  Bait and switch advertising I  Inaccurate price claims   ?                 j j  ���.   False 6r misleading testimonials.     I       "7 i.,. 'ii -  Misleading guarantee or warranty offers  Exploiting superstitions or fears  Misleading professional or scientific claims  ���r    Disparaging claims against competition  Exploiting human misery  Deliberate imitation of competition  Advertising directed to children, which is  physically, mentally or morally damaging  For a complete copy of the Code, write: The Advertising  "1 ,"v,  (V  SUNtfVCREST CENTRE,  GIBSONS, 886-95/13 .  ')'.,rii.,,��"f     ' ,     ���'' ' i   '  r"  x.l.  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'7 <���r ���: -- 7~ -��,.:... \;;  Section C'  Wednesday, December 13,1978  Pages 1-4  Riding club banquet a success  i.  Coast Sirokers  Ouehl  By Den n isr G ray-  Timber Trails Riding Club annual  awards night banquet was held December  2 at the Sechelt Rod and Gun Club Hall.  There was'a smorgasbord dinner followed  by a social hour.Jl raffle was held during  the evening and was won by Mark Winston.      ,._ -- --���  ' Awards given were for points ac-  cumulated while participating in shows  held during 1978. Winners were:  English' Junior, Carol Hayward;  Reserve English Junior, Valerie Tait;  English Intermediate, Caroline  Newsham; Reserve English Intermediate,"  ftfe^fee_J^^;^Westeni_J^ior,=��rendaL  Gibson; Reserve Western Junior, Sheri  Jorgensen;    Western   Intermediate,  Moraine- Miles;-Reserve-Westerri^Iny  termediate._Caroline_JNewsham;TGames  -rt*T . mm-r^t^m. ���    ., a.   Junior, Brenda Gibsons Reserve^Games  ���ON-A-MUDD Y- Sunday: after^QrtTj^iwTKSiT^i^^fj^Intefffieaiate-  ,th^  Eriduro-cross, Hugh  Duffy  of  Gariies, Debbie Miles;  Reseryg In-  Gibsons and his partner finished "terniediate Games, Cindy Miles;'. #igh  Point Year Junior, Brenda Gibson;  Reserve High Point Year Junior*, Kelly  Reeves; High Point. Year Intermediate,  Cindy McLean.  High Point overall for year for Juniors'  and Intermediate in all categories was  Brenda Gibson.  -   A special thanks was given to all those  . who worked so. hard to make the years  activities asuccess.  ���  FIGHT  LUNG  CRJPPLERS  ry:  y*r  Use Christmas Seals  It'sa'matterof life.and breath  i-  fourth in the 300 cc class.  Magic and variety show will go on  entheJong race wasftoaUy^veivf-^en~strangely-enough-I-began--to-feel-  stumbled away from my bike looking for "what could only be described as an insane  the-train thattrari over me and wondering- pleasure in being encased in this worn  how gtavity got; turned^pm high that I   protesting body, a saj^actionjtoateyery _  the Sechelt Minor Hockey Association  has pulled out of sponsorship of the Magic  I scarcely have thfcstrength to put one  foot in front of the other^iniy arms hang  like pulverized logs, long,past^feeling any  pain, my back aches froiti the Effects of  my head and my tail bone trying to meet  halfway, my hands tremble as I raise  them to remove my helmet and they are  -*X  coveretf with  steamihglSe a fresh gutted chickem.  The mud is everywhere, it sucks atfmy  boots, it sticks my leathers to my butt juke  a mustard plaster, it's down my neck, in  my ears, my teeth grit with it and my eyes  ar$ red and sore from sharing their  sockets with the gritty muck.  My well of energy, a drought at the best  of tuiKB is now devastated, I have none  left, even my lungs which > had been  working like a blacksmiths bellows pulling  in the raw mud chunky-air, seem to  require more energy than I can find to give  them.-1 collapse in the back of the van like  a ham strung -houndl1 to lick my wounds  and | ttiink on the last four hours jthat  caused-my- pitiable-condition [   t|he event was, called an ENDURO-  CROSSand was thebest (or worst) of both  spoits^t-w^s-.rurtLiij-^the^pouring^  been tested and made to earn it's keep. A  pleasure in knowing that although we were  far from the best there, we were the" best  we could be, we did the best we could. do,_  we had utterly and completely used our  resources arid itsfeltj?ood. l  During the long day .^everybody,  and Variety Show scheduled for Elphin  stone School December 22.  - The show, however, will go on under the  sponsorship-rQf-jther^prodacersr-Tyefr  Proauciions-ot-twinenay  the total take would have gone to the  _ass_oc^ltion_and_about_80_peiLcentJ;oJ;he^_  cost of putting on the.show.  =Modemr5-storeyrBrst-class-Tnotorhotel;-Good-locatk>ii-^=^  -beach^lEnglish Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown, shopping within 2",  . blocks. 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms; studios, efficiency  units and suites ��� each with private bath, color TV and phone. Dining  Room and Coffee Shop. Lounge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting  Rooms. Drive-in lobby and free parking.     '.�� ' *~~~  1755 Davie Street. Vancouver V6G 1W5. Phone: 604-682.1831 coUect  Tele* 04-51161.  He said the association had contacted  -aieir-eheqttesr-where necessary, were  THE FIREPLACE THAT ACTUALLY  rowd^andlblood-^ncLareL--whether-first-or-last,- passed-^someone,-  somewhere and this added a small coin of  pleasure ttfsthe day's wealth also.  There was noLfame��_noglory, no trophy  arid all that racing took us nowhere, but it  was a whole lot less devastating thbn a  hangover, and though it may sound stupid,  to me it is part of the challenge, the  resistance so essential to life, and anyone  \yho is truly alive has met and Welcomed  the challenge in their own way, whether it  is in sports, business or just butting heads.  Keep stroking.  Association president Jim Gray said  ���Saturday that some peninsula merchants  who had sent in money for tickets may  - have had the wrong impression and may  have thought all the money made was to go  to minor hockey. ���  He explained that about V* per cent of  being-returned. The tickets. reading  "proceeds to the Minor Hockey  Association" were to be invalidated, Gray  said.  ��  He added that the association was still  in support of the show dnd would be contributing to it without direct sponsorship.  Xf_<  Sports briefs  Redskins nip Chiefs  By Sharon Schroeder, 883-2573  _    ,    .     _    __ ���    .. !    "      ^yiaFmafrVSt  irom front  '   hiaillner 300*  * Constructed of extra heavy duty 3/16"  boiler plate, the firebox and other steel  parts will last indefinitely due to the    .   -  fresh    air-    continually    circulating  throughout.;  * The warm air produced by the NOR-  -XTjHER^RREW^eE^ills7the^ooni>fanaVif  . you open the door, it fills tWadjoinlng  room, and the next. With ONE NOTHERN  FIREPLACE and entke house could be  :;��� heated. .      ���       GOVERNMENT TESTED & PASSED  BILL & HEIDI GOODMAN 885-2615  Rod and gun  newsF  December 3 hear Abbotsford'airport, The  enduro was mostly a single mud rut  winding;through the tunnel like gloom of,  thick willow, over slippery roots and logs;  through deep-banked creeks and knuckle,  busting pylon-like trees. /"  The moto-cross section, once; we had  passed the last creek, was almost relaxing  by comparison. The foiir-hour competition  was a team event With two riders riding  the two and one half mile course in relays.  The Jap times started! out at about five  minutes but soon doubled that as conditions, got worse and fatigue set in.  Y^w6re doing fine, riding 15 minutes  and resting 15, until my partner ran out of  gas in the bowels of the bush. This left us a  lap behlndvzith^ufit^one^bUce and one rider,  an pld^narTwho was fa|t running out of  fuel, too. My body began sending jjne  reminders of something I already knew, ���  I was out of shape and the last 45 minutes  of th&face began to feel like my last also.  It was not until I had changed to dry  clothes and settled my sore buns gently in  the sent for our ride home that apy  Turri out next-Thursdayand supportthe-  and Gun Club. There is a nominating  committee composed of Archie Scott and  Tom Bitting. Let them know if you are  willing to serve on the 1979 executive.  You can not expect the same ones to do  the work all the time. There are many  important issues which come up during  the year arid h6ed your support. N  Do you have your ticket for Saturday  night? This is the club's big event of the  year and merits your support. There will  be a (good band; for the dance, ��  , Sirice the Citizens' HaU was being used  Fridayj night i4 was agreed to do the  decorating on Saturday morning atip a;ro."���'  It will not be a big job but any one who is  free at that time is.asked to turn out anfl  help.   : ���"���'..,'  '  A.letter from the,RCMP reminds all ���:  pistol shooters that the current 'Permits to  Carry'expire on Dec. 31st.  All revalidations are to b<? submitted  through the club secretary and permits  must be (accompanied by( a notation  confirming that the applicant is a club  member In good standing. Permits will not  In soccer this week the Redskins played   slow down a bit before afternoon.  J��e Chiefs at Sechelt Indian Reserve field., -men's SOCCER LEAGUE  2S��Er��i r25/r ��*? iT T       Thesearethemen'ssoccerresultsasof  Redskms 2, Chiefs 1. The^goalsi for the -December  10:   The  Sechelt   Redskins  -2SJ5U!8 ���- - ^--^^^"-deleatedJh^Golde^C^^^ .Vr  and Timmy Joe. x Wakefield Stompers ^Wakefield United  FISHING REPORT. " ^C^   4 to 4. "       "  ���^_espiteJhe_nasty_w_eatheiLweI^been.^. League-standing-at-mid-season  having, the fishing hasn't slowed ^pwn at v .  Pts PI W LT  all. Out at Keats Isjarid everyone has been   Golden City Chiefs ........15  iff 7  11  out first thing In the morninig mid fishing   Wakefield Stompers.......13  10  5  off the docks down by the cable sign; They   Sechelt Redskins....... .-r$�� p .6  have been catching 16 to 22 pound spring   Pender Harbour Bananas . .9    9  4  salmon and they've been catching them   Wakefield United 5  10  1  , early in the morning. The fishing seems to   Gibsons Raiders 4"' 9 i  pleasurable thoughts entered my body,   be revalidated otherwise. Bring the permit  to the December meeting.  There will be a Turkey Shoot December  17 at the clubhouse at Wilson Creek, There  \ylU'6o prizes fbr best score for, hunting  rifle, .22and shot-gun. Tho shoot starts at 1  p.rti. Everyone ls welcom6.'"'  CIconllpVoufAcI  PUch-la*78  There's more  in the middle of a  store  - , i  than a Richard  in tbe middle of a store  u -  -    f  RICHARD'S MEN'S  ForJh��F|noit'AA<ijri'i:.W��ar..ili'GlftB on  For tho Hno��t M*��n'�� Woar & Glfti on tb��> Coaif.  Sunnycrost Contro, Qlbionp 886-2116  BUSH POE}MS���by Peter TrMrtiyJttlus. by. only Trecommend that youi read Trower* I  Bus Griffiths, Harbour PiAlishing cl978. predldt that he will stand along side others  PS by Pam Benner and Shaffljon McMlllen,   like Robert Sei^rice and Mark Twain as a  Peter Trower is recognized nationally   people's poet par excellence,  now as an indigenous B.C. poet. His       Pam Benner and Sharron McMlllen are  trailing was taken at the life level. He was   to be thanked for offering their intimate  a logger, and Is a member of the common   moments in P��, a collection of little poems  people, Common poet he Is not, however,   that allow us to share in human corn-  He turns out images, metaphors and   munion, a jgamut of emotions about love  superb word combinations that would   sadness and, worship,  make even |the bc^st educated aspiring poet'    ^^^^^^^^^m  envious. ,,  , BUSH POEMS is ono of the finest  collections I haye read lna long while. It  presents Joy ln work, In follow workmen,  In the forest, It tells of violent accidents  that occur to man'and beast in the tough  work of the logger. It reminiscences about  the days when logging was mostly, hand"  labour.  Trower's language is forth-right and  honest, It cusses when suitable and  whlspor^gently..wheh.needed,,IUs loud  with word sounds of a mechanized Industry and soft ln tho stillness of a  deserted ghost camp. It Is perfection In  description. , v   ,  When writing to "Tho last SpnrJTr^ ftp _  Elphlnstono Mountain": '���" -  Dream on In peace old tree,  perhaps you're a truer monument to man  than any rocktop crucifix in Rio Do  Janeiro.'.. ��� y   . ,  And in '^Tho Mountnlns-Tlio Vnlloy"!  ground us now   , ?     i  Uio( houso hugo boulders ^   ��� j  of nn nriclont rofckslldo   '.    ',/       ���  Uiat built its town of ruin beforo men cami  boyond|, a glory hole of stumps  pitching to tho glacial river,  When writing alwuttlto summer^ "Early  Shlfth   .,: ,    . ...     �����  At jfpurtblrly a.ni. "\ ���  by tho i^hostlxghfl'Stfllilftn'  JI, .72, .  a"-pl��ce' !ot-j})hi/poipbr ;':"" "' '���""  i It, .I..*.*." TflUc*f M, * .9%WrML *! (jM A(fc~nfl" ^f.m. i"wm Mm .*M>T"���*|W"Jp * mmm\��%, <k��>. ��mm*ij��ip'Wi��!i*,>  Is n noisy Insect for Uio rioryes,       ,     ���  ~*Bur QrUflthfl'  ilmwfnj^Tn^glro^pr',  companionship with Trower's words. Ho  \ma captured tlio heavy inountaln rpin, tho  sllonco of, Uio snows Uioro^nd tho fltrongUI-  of Uio mon who work on Uio tooods. I.not ,  '�����������':        X  '���     -A'      '.. '    'u   :��� .  GARDEN BAY  ���%  Sinclair Bay Road  Just up & over the hill  VOLVO/TCNTA-CHRYSLER  HOURSfONGUlCRAFT  EZLOAD-MERCRUISER  " Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  883-2722 or 883-2602  Phonefor Our Rates on  Winterizing and Storago  BOAT MOVING  N m^m, ^^a^V��^a4 ����*  7    i 'I *  ���rrV  ,  ��� / '  T  '��>*���.  X:..,'  - ������-������>  pfs^j!'''.**  t.tK:f.K0im  �����NS*��^t-WWlfe*T(*il^(^t��^ '  If"'  V  /��� X  ���.pi'  /��� pj.  :*   >i  ���p.  'V; rr*.  :J.  ��'���-:  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, December 13,1978  B.C. ghost town subject of show  ^ -  i AM RADIO last winter at the third bfcftnial Canadian ^���Rich Little's Christmas Carol 9 Little's   repeat of last year's special, 8 p.m.  Saturday Between Ourselves 6:15 p.m. Festival of Youth Orchestras at Banff.      uiimitable version of the Dicken's classic.       Superspeclal 8 p.m. Once upon an  Bennett, A dot on the map. In the winter of        Sunday The Nature of Things 7:30 p.m.     ' Quarterly Report 9:30 p.ih. Energy the * -evening with Shan Lewis and Lambchop.  dB^BFiOflOO^woulfrbe^teseej^b ��_ * MimnMteedOdlM?iffldBspe|pdytte^  a tent city ��� at Bennett between Whitehorse   Canadian palaeontologist-^  and Skagway.  Today Bennett has a *  ' population of less than 20. J.J. McColl went  there and brings a story of the town's  lively, rip-snorting past and its peaceful ,  present.  The Hornby Collection 11:05 p.m. a  _ dramatization of Jack Hodgins, "After the  "-^ason" starring'WinstoirR^cke^Doris^T  Chucott and David Stein.  SUNDAY  _^CBC Stage 1:05 p.m. The Last, Last  ' War by Robert Tessier, the story of an old  man, Bill Mellen, who barracades ,his'  __ farmhouse rather .than give in-to-the  developers.  The Entertainers 4:35 p.m. presents a  reply of last"season's critically-acclaimed  satirical musical fantasy Star/fiegotten by  Mark Rodden.  FM RADIO       "      /  f  Wednesday One to One 9:04 p.m. a  story by Frederick Forsyth, author of Day  _of_the Jackal and The Dogs of War, a -  strange tale "It's the Shepherd" read by  Chris Wiggins.  Saturday Audience^:05p.m. Rartl The_  _Courtship_of_xaara_and R<$ertSchumaniv~I  drawing extensively on7 the music "of ~  -Robert Schumann. -Part-II- Recital ���  Marjorie Biggar, mezzo-sopfano, Elaine '  Korman, piano Fraudenliebe und Leben,  Schumann. ���  Monday Ideas 8:04 p.m. a Jive-part  series until ^Friday ��� Thomas Merton;  4 Extraordinary Man. Marking the tenth  -anniversary of-tfie death-of-this unusual -  monk, poet, spiritual writer and social  _critic,jwho_was-electrocuted inja_frealL_  accident while attending a conference in  " Bangkok;"a?eviewof the presentstate "of  Merton scholarship.    '     .  Monday Charlie Brown's Christmas   Pope.  CHRISTMAS  Shoes  Sale Starts November 29th      886-262'  $100 GIFT CERTIFICATE DRAW  ��� Purchase Necessary ��� '  Q<$&  ^U��*  Afc  CHRISTMAS SPECIAL  *    Bf*ck  *-SH,  H9*8  Ladies Dress Leather Boots  Men's Slippers  Broken Lines    .���,  & 'Brixton' Leather Purses  "Reg. $lDTWr~  ���:.m~*V*-m  in TV series  , While the Delta 10" television crew was  here last Sunday to film the Community  Forum it also taped four interviews with  pioneers of the Sunshine Coast which will  become a part of a series "Window on the  West" presently running on Community  Chapnel 10 in the Lower Mainland.  Bert Nelson, a former CBC staff announcer and now a resident of Wilson  Creek talked with Ada Dawe of Sechelt,  Richard Reeves of Robert's Creek and Ida  Higgs and Ted Winegarden *of Gibsons  about their memories of earlier days in  this area. The tapes will be edited to a  MlNDOR EIDET really has a steak in  the Elves Club. The Burnaby man  bought a raffle ticket from the group  and was the lucky winner of a hind-  -quarter-o��-beek-BaFrie-Thomas-��E-  Gibsons won the second prize of a  turkey and Irene Sheppard of Pender  Harbour came away with third prize  of a ham.  Wednesday Musicamera $ p:m. filmed  Got the blues?  Want toget away from  -itaU?^���*=   Take a walk!  Ladies Leather Mocassins  Reg. 10.95 and 13.95 %  Men's Natural  On Sale  Dress Boot  Reg. 46.95 (2 888  v     "Now    JO  PDimcipacrianLr c  Walk a block/Today.  Ladies Black Patent  Dress Slides  GARDEN BAY  On Sale  f from  *  1795-*2395  Men's English  Walkey  broken    t2A95  "sizes  NOW AVAILABLE  After-ski Slippers  Men's, Ladles' & Children's  *  g99.*'999  series of half hour interviews and will in-'  elude still photographs from the collection  JrLElphinstonaJBioneersJVIuseum _  It will be shown by Coast cablevision'  over our Channel 10, sometime in January  ��� the date ivill be- announced.  LIU.  CHARGEX  883-2722  ���v  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Parts * Sales * Service  ��� Rotor lather Sorvlco for Disc Brakos  ar��d Drum Brakes  ��� Valve and Seqt Grinding ' 'j  All Makes Sorvlcod  Datsun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  apd Body Shop Supplies  Socholt  805-5181  BLASTING  Tod's Blasting ft Contracting Ltd.  AU WORK FULLY INSURED I  �� Basementi * Driveways * Septic Tonki I  Stumps * Ditch Unei  1 Call (or a Iron estimate anytime  083-2734      "AirTrack AvallabU"      883-2305  TEDDONLEY"'     "     -     -PENDER HARBOUR  Pitch-In 76  Ht��p  British Columbia  Btoutlfifl  BUILDING SUPPLIES (cont'd)  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS & BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Nee^ds  Madeira Park Phone 883-2^85  CHIMNEY SWEEPS        !  ^���������������.������ai���iw ���   Mi'lii  ���    i���i��� 11���.������.,���������.��� .i, ���!  BESAFEI  '' Have Your Chimney Cleaned Now  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS & OIL STOVES  Call Lee Christian  ' ' 883-9*71  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  F  Buslnoss Cards, Wodding Invitations','.  Lottorhoads, Envelopes,  ,    Raffle Tlckots.  ,,     PENINSULAIIMES   ,._..;.,.,,  Phono 803-3231  CONTRACTORS  L ft H SWANSON LTD.  READY-^lIX CONCRETE  with Rodl Mlx>lUt�� |  In Soclioll'R Ponder |lnrboMfx  BatMhoet ��� Oumplruch* ��� lond ���> Gravel  ���    Porpol��e6��yRd.. Box 173. Sechelt  Phi 883*5333 Or 805-96*4 x  CM. CONTRACTING  Painting & Insulation  .- ....,��� "r-e^j'ggf^-^i ���'���"-���;-  YouNp(n��lt-^W��'IIDol��  885-9272  Box 1883, S��ch��U, B.C.  '     RAYS TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  805-5260  l\A.W. TRANSPORT  & BULLD6ZING SERVICES      ,  CLEARING - EXCAVATION/ TRUCKING  ,        Comploto'SHo Preparation  Murray Warmpn Half moon Bay  885-5648  J.B, EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  .; \ .i'i.'.   ..  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FIOORCOVERINOS  CARPETS ��� TILES - LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  GIBSONS, ft SECHELT  885-3424  HEATING  SECHELT HEATING  & INSTALLATION  Gas, Oil fli Eloctrlc Furnaco*  Flroplacos, fehootMolal  Wayne Brackett  .'/VV  Bok 726  Ph. 885-?466  Socholt, B.C.  LANDSCAPING '  ' EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  '   qnd   ���  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ovor-bloornlng gardon  fruit troo pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO,   Free Estimates  (Bango) 888-5033  ANDY'S PAINTING  Profo����lonol Intorior & Exterior Painting  ;     Free Estimate  Commercial & Reildentlal  885-5407   ��� _  PEST CONTRdL  ,lll.   I I    .    I  . '���       ' I - ' ' '' I L  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES -  ���   : ' ;' ,    ,';  '���'���'���       ' ���, ,tt.  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  7061 Gllloy Ave, ,   Burnaby  POINTING SERVICE  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  PENINSULA TIMES      Phono 805-3231      ,  mwmm  RENTALS  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping ^Pruning * Shading  .     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Rlibey,  885-2109  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  i i   Your"On^-Stoji""1' : ' ���"*���  hoofing Supply Certtro^  ~~JU  Christmas  *     *     i  uG3IS ai6,  a matter  of lifa &  breath.  ,' i.  ,.\ i,  U80J  Christmas  Seals ���  I,  \  >  -y  *     ^ ./. .     -  '/   '     : '      >•
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Wednesday, December 13,1978
The Peninsula Times
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Wind Across
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Monoy Talks
Ilorat Koohlor
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Billy Graham
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Carol Burnett
Bob Newhart
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Rich  Little's
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tho Ivy
Sporta Page
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Alan Ilamol
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Charlie, Chaplin
Catch Upi
All In Family
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Shnrl Lewis
News Mag.
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National Nowi
Night Final
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Hollywood Sn«.
Little Houso on
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Little House
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Dr,  In House
All In Fomlly
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Sesame Street
Mr, IloHors    ,
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Banana Sj>llta
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Man Alive
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1 Day at a Tlma
Lou fTrnnTP
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Dick Cavolty
Fall of Kuglua
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My 3 Sons
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The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, December 13,1978
kuinuwinj&u PIANIST Kum Sing
Lee listens thoughfully as Jennifer
Dowman-demonstrates  her  piano    .  _   ...
ia   pianists   Saturday   at       "So^e of the options
rate  of jgrowth  are
B.C. Hydro's vicfe president for corporate affairs, Charles W. Nash, today
branded* as "nonsense" some critics'
suggestions that Hydro is planning a new
~ 500,000-volt fSbwerline to Vancouver Island
for the purpose of transmitting nuclear
power to the mainland.
.   In an address to the Rotary Club of
Chemainus, Nash said: "If a nuclear plant
_ had been acceptable it could have been
built years ago with a capacity of two
million kilowatts — to assume the,bulk of,
the Vancouver Island load — and to use
' existing submarine cables to transmit the
balance of the capacity back to the-
mainland. . ^
"While there are merits to nuclear
< generation, there is no need for a new
500,000-volt circuit to justify a nuclear
plant," he said. ^
The" coming 500,000-volt cables, to be
. built from .Cheekye. substation on the
mainland to Dunsmuir on the Island at a
cost of $350 million, will not be ih service
until fall, 1983.
"For this reason Hydro has had to say
Ijto some large-industries th%t_have_onlyl:
recently asked for more power for expansion —'sorry, please wait until the new
submarine circuit is in service.'
"Whatartfthe alternatives?" he asked.
"Is there not a quicker and less costly
~TE2re are alternatives, he-suggested,
"but considering the timing, cost, and
environmental impacts, none of them is
~ practlcafe1^ X7
X IJsting^the-alternatiyes^ Nash said the
Island's undeveloped hydroelectric
potential is small and has environmental
drawbacks;,a nuclear plant could hot be
ready in time; oil-fired turbines are too
oil "in the forest industry, and the contributions from alternate forms of energy
over the next 20 years is likely tobe small..
"Perhaps there could be some subtraction frtan the load which would help
bring supply and demand most closely into.
effect before 1983, Nash said.
"Probably the most effective means of
controlling the rate of load growth is for
everyone to get serious about practicing
conservation," Naslradvised. "'
' 'Hydro encourages people in a number
of ways to adopt this attitude."     ',
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peninsula   pianists  Saturday
Elphinstone Secondary School. -
Prime Retail or Office Space to be
constructed in Loner (,ibsons.
Prospective tenants contact (A;A)R(,E
GL4.W4KOS after 3:00 p.m., 886-2268.
for reducing the
industrial co-
generation, gas supply for the Island, peak
load control, alternate forms of energy,
and the positive efforts toward conservation and more efficient juse of
/ The possibility of natural gas being
suppiy to the Island by pipeline is being
studied by ~ Hyfro-amhthe B-.C. Energy
Commission. If this plan, proves to be
workable, it could reduce further growth
in electric space heating and water
heating loads, but even so it could have no
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The Garden Corner
The earth restefF
6y Guy SymoYids
got a chance on this lonely gingerbread house, last Saturday at the
"Brownies Cfinstmas bazaar, but also
got a chance to taste delicious home-
baked cookies.-A mouse doll and a
hamper were* also raffled off in the
-cookierstakesr—- ■	
.„ A chap named George Herbert who
lived in, the 17th century wrote some
beautiful poetry..Beautiful, thatte^jjtdged
by standards that until^r^Sit years
allowed such decisions. Tjoday if a writing
rhymes and scans it cqnnot qualify as
poetry, which as some.would have it has
abandoned all form and, execution in
favour of the one over-riding principle —■
that it is thought needing expression, the
reader must 4-o.the rest. ' •
Anyway, when Herbert said "tl|e earth
resteth" at this time of the year he
described it as a "cupboard of food" or a
"cabinet of. pleasure." '       i
But while the poetic thought may stir
the imagination, the farmer and gardener are concerned with the hard facts.
The hafdestofthese is the cohdition-pjjthe
earth or soil as it is called in the trade,
which constitutes the cupboard or cabinet.
In a series offered by the provincial^
government one pamphlet deals with the
soil in relation to the organic matter it
—Thefffst&iBglo realize about this life-
giving and.life-saving layer of a few inches
which we take so much for granted, is that
this is all that stands between man and
annihilation:- '        '""
Worth, one would say,.a little thought.
■"■ The second thing is that this is not an
inert substance, if it were it would not
support life. On the contrary it is living
matter^ composed of untold millions of
micro organising and the substances that
are manufactured by them. Moreover,
nutrients and prevents soil erosion with
consequent loss of nutrients.
From that very inadequate sketch o£"
what the soil has to do, it is possible to
appreciate its tremendous importance and
the vital necessity of preserving and encouraging it to f unctiorflis it was intended.
Humus is not asupasy to cqgre as it
was in the days when a large pap of the^
population was engaged in agriculture. It
was held in^such high esteem* in the
England of ajjoygone. day that an
agreement between landlord and a tenant
farmer might contain & proviso that a
stated amount of "old process" linseed
cake, that is with a good proportion of the
oil left in it, should be fed actually out in
. the pastures, so as to be sure that values
should be maintained! As for sellings
spoonfull of manure off the farm, that waL
just about equivalent to high treason and
brought severe penalties.
can take the place of the, humus if it is
allowed to disappear by neglect.
^dDrainageipdfertility go^hand-ih-handr
While organic matter will accumulate
, more rapidly in poorly-drained land, the
lack of oxygen due tothe presence of water
prevents its decomposition by the micro
organisms that cannot exist without it.
Man, in his impatience to get more and
get it quickly, tries all kinds of short cut^V
The science of "hyponics" for example ^ '
has developed the technique of growing
things using nothing but chemical
nutrients in"water solution.. Interesting,
but at the moment not. practical. Then
because we want tomatoes in* a season
when Nature doesn't want to grow them,
we have to resort to soilless agriculture,
growing these frutts in sawdust to avoid
apparently unavoidable soil fungi. But
overall it is this "cupboard* offood and
cabinet of pleasure", the earth under our,
fpetthat we muSt rely upon toieed our
people—and its care is oifr responsibility.
The Peninsula Times Page C-5
Wednesday, December 13,1978
This soil maintenance is^f^ourselifie-
reason for the compost heap and the
measure of its importance to Uie garden.
The  nutrients  can  be  supplied  in
chemical or inorganic Jprm-bulrhotfing
makes things
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Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons
Just Arrived in Time for
Gift Giving
Use 7Tlmes'Adbriefs
to Sell, Rent, Buy,
Swap of e.
"A word to the wise is sufficient". So "these micro organisms are in a continual
goes an old saying. How often we yearn to   state of development and disappearance
say yvhat is meaningful and helpful to one   °r rather conversion  as the  organic
who needs helpful guidance "or who has* matter; the billions of insect carcasses arid
-suffered-loss.-^ _ _ vegetable_matteiiJn-varying-stages-,of—j
— ''WisesayingsMdgarrlfl6iwtMmay= dejcompositiony break^down-iritb^the■—;
fall to the ground; rather than on the ear or
Heart ot tne neareirlrateetende&sentimeDt
felt, or a kind word spoken, at the right
moment, is never wasted;" (Misc.
Writings by Mary Baker Eddy Pg. 127.)
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inorganic elements which make up plant
food. When fresh organic matterjis added
many different micro organisms
"bloom" andthe effect is seeft on the
Once the easily decomposible portion is
—usedjup, 'the micro-organism-population-
dies back, slowly liberating inorganic
ynutrients for plant use. The rest of the
decomposing material is now "humus"
. and slowly breaks down over a long period
of time. Meanwhile it is doing a terrific
job. Even its dark color is valuable since
this absorbs the light and raises the soil
It binds together fine particles but
breaks down the heavy clays thus vastly
improving the physical condition of the
soil, aerating it and allowing the water to
penetrate. It acts as a reservoir of plant
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xl 7 :J^-r.i.  /  _i..;-_j_.M'..  ^  A   ���  AL-  :/.  *,  TheJ,978 Christinas Seal campaign has emphysema ��� the most rapidly growing-  reached the half-way mark in its goal to group of diseases in Canada today. It is  raise $700,000. . perhaps not generally known that an  Target for the Sunshine Coast area is   estimated 5.8 million Canadians suffer  $4,800, $1,900 having been raised as of . from some form of lung disease.  December 4. The .Christjmas Seal Com-"     Christmas Seal dollars are used not only  mittee Chairman is-Patricia. Murphy of . to support medical personnel but to assist  Halfmoon Bay. with capital expenditures. The recent  The'actual dollars received are a little purchase of an electron microscope for the  less than at tbe same time last year, but Pulmonary Research Laboratory of St.  may be due in part to postal disruptions in Paul's-Hospital allows magnification  early November when the Campaign was almost one million times, allowing  launched.reports Bill King, President of researchers hitherto unavailable data. In  ���the B.C.' Lung Association.    - *��. co-operation with another agency, the  With all homes in British Columbia .purchase of a mobile lung function testing  having now received Christmas Seals" in unit will take a fully equipped laboratory  their mail box; donations are beginning to to the workplaces of British Columbia in  pick up he says, and he is optimistic that   the investigation 'of occupational health  hazards. i  the campaign goal will be reached.  King also said that the recent change of  .name to  the  British  Columbia- Lung  " Association ��� it was formerly the British  , Columbia   Tuberculosis-Christmas   Seal  VOLUNTEERS At MADEIRA Park Elementary School help children with    Sopiety ��� now indicates more accurately \  learning skills on a one-to-one basis. to the public the modern wider scope of the  Y~7     . ���_   ���   ������    ���     ^T^~       1 Association's workr��� '���j   Volunteer helpline       "'.    . -    _ ��� Wi#i tuberculosis now a controllable  disease, the present thrust of research  Volunteers help others  learn a variety of skills  funded  by  Christmas Seal  dollars  is  ��� centred on asthma, chronic bronchitis and t  Walk, jog5 run, skate, ski,  swim, paddle, pedal_.-don't   let lifetatch you with S*^l  your head down. k_yC^.  JMtnessJs fun.     -^-wl-  Try some. pa/prcfpacr/o/70  The     educational     opportunities  . available here on the Sunshine Coast have  been improved through the 'efforts of  volunteersfThese volunteers must be very  patient people who care about helping  festivities and don't usually think about  getting involved with, new projects.  However, it might be a good time to think  about what you may be able to do in the  new. year. Here area few volunteer np-  ^ther^4eani^-ltorough4heir_efforts_with portunities-to-consider^  others they -gain added insight, and the       Through continuing education, adults*  pleasure of .helping someone else. are.  learning   English   as   a   second  Some volunteers are working as language. Sortie of these students need  TTteachmg assistants::Tiresi^^  possible for the regular teacher to provide . classroom setting. Perhaps you would like  a better program and give those who need to listen -to a person read in English, or  "it a speciaTTielpingTMmdrThese-Tolun- help-by-dictating-some- material, or just���|  teers have a variety of life skills. Some spending time talking casually with the  are former teachers, some have been student. The more precise English that a  secretaries, some have spent most of their person "hears, the quicker a person can  life, being homemakers, but all have one master the newlanguage. Volunteers are  common characteristic^^hey^likerand���needed -in-Gibsons,���Roberts-Greek -and-  care for, children. If they have expertise   Sechelt.  they assist in planning "and developing Volunteers are' needed to assist in  programs. Otherwise they are trained by regular classrooms, and.in the learning  the teachers.        - ^ " assistance area^A persgii must be willing  In Sechelt, Hilda Mackinnon has' set up   to c��m���t Wmself oh a" cbntinuing-and  a remedial math program and Nancy   rag1"81" basis.  Steward is implementing a language . K you have some skills in a craft area  development program for ChUdren with that you would like to. share with some  speech problems. Helen Hall works on a students, you%help is needed on a short  one-to-one basis with children, r -..���������-term-'basis. . ���  ���In-Gibsons, Val Mams ahd^orfe^,   A voluf*r ^J*^*? work ���*ua  Wikon help children to improve their   ^nager,helpinghimfmthhissp^ch.The  readingskffls.Tteymightsitfelist^htd ^^^^^.Pf^' re?d'������"&��  a child read aloud, or s^end time helping hear wf?:and ** w^e? sPOTd and hour  the chUd to recognize single words. severaUim^ a weet   ^ ;:,:;        t  Madeira Park has volunteers helping^       Assist^  as teaching assistants. Volunteers like, K��f?5l^' .��*��>*��� ag^ c:hUdren. in  Pam AndersonahdBarbLeweswork on an Madeirapsrk. .Have you had ^.&m..  _mdividua!-basis_withJ3tudentsJCheyJielp ^"W 0r Previous mvolyement Vith  students to increase their attention span Sp~^mnastics?^long^syou-areTnterested-  that they can work better on their own. m ^^tics, and are willing to learn,  They might work with a student at the' you wm be ^ained^ to- be ah: effective  Craig Controlled reader; or help a student *eachi?8 assistant. This is one area where  improve his spelling it i$ absolutely necessary to have many  Without exception, the teachers, the trauied assents helping ttip students on  students, and the volunteers find this co- f1 todivuhial basis. Can you free yourself  operative effort to be very rewarding. The for .*��* hours In'the evening, or at .8:15.  schools are pleased to be able to increase a,mA\ ,, oT!e    ,'     . 7 .. u ;      U1J v  the child's opportunities through the use of     ��� J Volunteer fc needed to help a blind  volunteers; and are especiaUy happy with, student with a typing course, This would ^|  the volunteers who have given their time, hivolve^ taptog the  lessons  and  then.  Students reach new goals in learning when supenrlsing the individual s progress,  they are given this individual attention       ,K ?m 1are Rested in becoming,a  and their self esteem grows. The volun- ^lunteer in any of th<*e programs after  teers feel good when they can ,N part of Christmas, or ywiwouldlike-to investigate  this growing experience my other Possibilities, please caU the  HelpinglntheiWationalfieldextends *****j***. -��T^JSS^  far beyond the scope of tho school, People ^^ a Volunteer Bureau at 885-3821. If  like Ted Dlnsley help at the Achievement y0,u fre aware of any  areas where  Workshop, This is a special facility set up ���lun  T 8rf ^t' ��leaSe *T ^  to give the retarded a practical learning formation along to the bufeau There s  place of their own. Art McPhee and Verta *j��"j J0���0!!?: n the community who is  Hobson tutor a blind adult. They have willing to fill that need,  opened a whole new wprld ol learning for  him as they have assisted him with his  high school studies, and by also being a  special friend.Bplle Dube visits, and reads  to an almost1 blind1 wonftni Thus, the  wom^n is atilo to keep abreast of the  subjects which she so enjoys.  At! this time of year people are putting  all of their energies in the Christmas  g.TT  lets you know  what's What.  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