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 ���������.;��� .7*  >: \  X.  "-,  \  A  i ,'      i'  'l-'ii^f'.^Gi"'  the face  By ROBERT ANDREW  B.C. Hydro has given residents of the  "Pender Harbour area a "kick in the face" .  by relocating the corridor of the planned,  500-ftilovolt Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmission line through the Haslam Lake  watershed, Howard White of the Pender  Harbour and District Ratepayer's  Association told the Times Saturday.  "We have just had a bitter controversy  over haying them spray our existing  power lines. Now it's going to be a problem  ten times as great," said White.  Residents had earlier launched a  protest backed by the Sunshine Coast  Regional District against  use  of the  visual pollution and greatly reduce the ,-  amount  of  recreational  land   it   was-s.  crossing."'  The other alternative route suggested  by White is across Sechelt Inlet and the  peninsula but crossing instead, in the  Sargeant's Bay area. ^  "There is one place on this alternative  route where if it was put underground  before crossing the highway it wouldn't  cross any occupied land whatever and  there would be no visual impact."  He said Hydro had given excuses for  not using either of these other routes.  "We didn't feel that excuses- -were  chemical Tordon 10K to supress growth' substantial. They say these routes would  along the^xistinrHydnmghtatway^he���CTOS^^  protest got as far as a hearing by the testing zone and the DND was not going to  province's Pesticide Appeal Board in permit "it. The DND had given seven  Vancouver, but was turned down by the   reasons for this, but as far as we are  group, in favor of Hydro. concerned five of them were right off the  Though continuing use of the chemical- wal1- enough they agreed, Hydro never,  is apparently unimpeded, Hydro is now to   used their influence to argue against the  appear in Sechelt Provincial Court   DND about crossing the testing-zone-:"  January 11 in connection with dumping of     ' He said the two other reasons given by  ENINSULA  Serving the SOnshine Coqst   (Howe Sound lo Jervis'lnlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins Landing, Granthams Landing, Gibsons   RobertsCreek  Wilson Creek   Selma Park   Sechelt   Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove. Pender Hrb . Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvines Landing   Eaijs Cove   Egmont  2nd Class Mail  Registration TJo.  1142'  Phone  885-3231  Union CMrti^sfi^v Label  22 Pages ���20c Copy  J.ARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPERON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 16 ��� No. 51  <*��na    Wednesday, November 22,1978  Nov. 18 election  win some, lose some  Incumbents won some and lost some,,  Saturday at the polls.     ��� ' f"  y7x  In a quiet election race in Gibsons,^  incumbent Alderman Lorraine Goddardl  topped the aldermanic polls to return to*  Gibsons council for another two-year^  term. Newcomer Dick Fitchett ousted Teett  Hume for a seat on council with 253 votes!  over Hume's 175. -. i  Keith Evans, a Gibsons log.inspector:]  -trailed the race with 155 votes.���'.:'..'- j-'  Tordon 10K pellets into Clowholm Lake.  They are charged with failing to display  proper signs, and failing to limit entrance  to .responsible persons, at the chemical-  storage facility. -  The. Pender Harbour district residents  have made repeated appeals to Ijlydro to  look into alternative routes for the  proposed line and other sources of power  that would make the line unnecessary-at_  present.  the DND for not allowing the line to cross  the testing zone were grievances that were  avoidable also. They had to do with the  DND allowing the U.S. government to use  the testing -area for nuclear submarine  practice'runs. The DND feared the subs  would short out the power line if thri ,un-  ���See Page A-3  "Our objection here is that the route  could be changed to cause a minimum of  disruption. Our objection is not based on  whether or- not the power- is needed. It is  that they didn't have to come through  popluation and recreation areas," White  added., -  He said,, they made very "clear  suggestions for alternative routes to  Hydro and that they never had a  satisfactory reply asto why an alternative  route "couldn't be usedr  "They just ignored it. Hydro has never  made any concession to our requests at all.  Far from listening to those suggestion,  they have now moved the corridor into our  watershed. The first route they proposed  was in our future watershed and now they  have moved it into our present watershed."  One alternative route proposed" by  White's delegation is a more northerly  crossing coming down the Vancouver  piver to Vancouver Be./ and then across  .,.Jervis,Inlet.,,        -.���.������'  "This   would   eliminate  dangerous aerial crossing, for'onfe thing.  And it would greatly reduce the amount of  Chnstmss  Voter turnout in Gibsons was 463 or 26.Q  per cent of the electorate, down^rom H  per cent last year. j  (Goddard ��� 323; Fitchett; 253; Hume  -175; Evans-155) .       ,   j  In a close Sechelt aldermanic race  incumbent Joyce Kolibas kept her seal  while Sunshine Coast Credit Union  manager Larry MacDonalcHeon a position  on council only 10 votes behind Kolibasl  Carl Chrismas lost his bid but ran a;  close third behind MacDonald with l&jj  -votes.-1-    "���   --   --��� ;_  _S��/chelt businessman Norman Watson  story contest  for the kids  Christmas isi foFciflldreiTand'this' year  the Times is turning a section of its special  holiday issue oyer to the kids.  The Times is sponsoring a Christmas  story contest open to all students in Grades  ��� 1 to 7 on the peninsula.  Stories may be about a favorite  Christmas past, a future Christmas, the  meaning of the celebration or anything  else you may dream up. Judging will be  based on originality and creativity..  A prize will be awarded to a winner in-  each grade, and winning stories will be>{  published in our Christmas, issue along'f  with photographs of the authors. j  Deadline for entryis December 13, bu��  we would encourage stents ic<get stories  ..,f. ---,.,-inassoonaspossible. Allentries-siKNsIdbe  several   marked with the name, phonfe-humbef,  grade and school of the author.  upjBB X��te��frrthe contestrTViHage:  lerk TomWooTreports that^ofeFtflmOiit'  iH Sechelt was 257 or 42.8 per cent, down  from 58 per cent last year. \  (Kolibas ��� 154; MacDonald ��� 144;  Chrismas ��� 138; Watson ��� 68)  In Area F, retired nurseryman David  Hunter took an easy victory over David  Leslie, a barrister.' >  Voter turnout in the area v.-as 240 or 18^.  percent of the electorate; '���" ~-~~ ~~ i  (Hunter ��� 161; Leslie - 66) )  Seven per cent of the Regional District,  electorate voted by a narrow margin to  turn down weekly garbage pick-up. '    ;  (Yes, weekly as opposed to once every  other week ��� 216; No ��� 240).  VILLAGE CLERK Tom Wood and  Returning Officer Yvette Kent  process Violet and Ron Slack's votes  on Saturday in the Sechelt Village  Office. Incumbent Joyce Kolibas led  the race in that community and now  will sit for another term as ajderman.  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  Manager   Larry" MacDonald, - a  political newcomer, came only 10  votes behind Kolibas ajttl will replace  resigning Aid. Frank _ Leitner on  council next year.  The winners... 1 have no political axe to grind'  SECHELT  i  GIBSONS  Commg to his first term in public offic^^^^xprraine Goddard, re-elected" to the'  by a slim six-vote margin, Seehell "Gibsons village councU for her second two-  alderman-elect Larry MacDonald said he year term, said that she had been there  wanted to see .a "more businesslike ap- , long enough to know that one person;on  proach" to the conduct of council affairs, council can't make promises.  ; "There has to be some end to the \ "Being on council is a team effort and it  -discussion-and-more-aetion-ort-matters���is-up-to-eouneil-after���the~inauguration~  before council," MacDonald said. .   meeting  December  4  to   decide" our  As an example h6 said the Trail Ave,    direptinn fnr th<> ne*t tWn ypgrs," Goddard  kse may not be great enough and in-  icated such a project may have to be  pitied bvSt' to the private sector but'lhat  then the project would not be eligible for  government grants.  Goddard is a 16-year resident of Gibsons and mother of five who served three  previous t6 the election because the query  regardiiig    the    regional    district's"  recreation package was a .dead issue  before ,he .received it.  The provincial Ministry of Municipal  Affairs told the SCRD recreation committee \November 2 that thfe referendum  approach to the arena is not being  maintained and has to be improved by  taking some action.  The 32-year-old credit union manager,  a Sfechelt resident for the past two years,  told the Times he had run; for office unsuccessfully once before as a school board  candidate in Langley in ,1976.  He said he had a lot to learn and didn't ,  know all the alternatives the village has oh  some matters before it.  "For example, the development of  Teredo St. should start after sewers are  put in. It's too swampy for septic tanks and  permits can't be issued' for development,  until this is done," said MacDonald.  Asked about his view of the community  plan,.he said he had read through.it "6)dice:'..  or twice" and hp indicated the plan was a  "good start for community development  but not the end of it;" r  "Now we have to implement the  .policies''of tho plan. Once IVa finalized  we'll go to work on the details! It's pretty  general. As a long range plan it can't get  into specifics, but we have to start work on  the, individual policies and follow the plan  through," he added.  ,  Tho now alderman Is married with two  children and a members of tho local  yoliintoer flro department.  MacDonald won his narrow; election  victory over candidate Carl Chrismas.  Incumbent Sechelt alderman Joyco  Kolibas ivos unavailable for fiomment ot^  hor ro-clcctlon at press tlmo.      ���     *  years on the hospital board prior to, her cpuld-notgo-to-th^voters-in-theTNovember-  election to council in 1976. 18 election. Another referendum could be  She is also a businesswoman who, with   held if approved by Victoria after the  regional  district  review  commission's  report is released?  The Times questions to candidates  ~WWe"Wha'ns"'yo^  Coast 'RegiohaL district's -proposed  recreation package? If the referendum  fails, what would ypu propose as an  alternate solution- to the problem of.  providing recreation services in your  area?."  '���''��� "Two days before I got this letter  (Times quesfctanaii'e) I learned that the.  recreation thing,was washed but," Fitchett said- '       '  Fitchett was born in Gibsons in 1922 and  operated Gibsons Building Supply from  shorty after'W'Wll until his retirement in  ���1971. '��������� ���  ��� -: -.������.',.  Newly-elected regional board director  for area F, David Hunter, told the Times  ��� ,      ���   . the proposed. xecrctfUpn package ls  Indication of the size of the breakwater /..(V retired building, supply owner and    "foolish" and said' that.in three years the  nefcded. She said council was also looking   long-time resident, Fitchett was backed in   regional  recreation  committee  should  his campaign by the Harmony Hall old-age  pensioners group.     ,       ���      >  "As far as the proposed marina goes, I  think it's golAg to need ti lot of thought. I  don't think Gibsons is in a position to  told {he Times  ' She said the mayor chooses committee  heads and didn't know if having one new  member on council JWiuld change the  committee personnel "greatly. She has  served On finance; recreation and public  health committees.  Goddard said she thinks a new marina  in Gibsons is ''desirable" but said that at  this point in time it was not known whether  such a facility would be financially  feasible., : "���''  ,,.;" ���'.';';���.,'''.���''��� :'  ' 'We need'more marina space. We have  overcrowding in the harbor which is used  by pleasure boaters, tow boats and  fishermen fBoatyare sometimes three and  four deep at the floats. It's an unhappy  situation," she added.  Goddard said more will be known after  studies by the Environment Ministry on  wave action in the harbor would give an  hen husband, operates fashion centres in  Gibsons and Sechelt.  "I appreciate the people who voted for  me and am prepared to put in the tims'  necessary to do the job for ttjem on the  village council for the,next two years,"  Goddard said.     .���������' ���;"'���:        ''y7'7'X7'-'"���  Gibsons village council Alderman-elect  Dick -Fitchett said he wants orderly  progress in Gibsons and will strive to keep  a, rein on; big plans by developers that  could cause the village to grow too fast and  inflate taxes as a result;  "It's a nice place and we want to keep It  that way," the alderman-elect said.  "We don't want It to remain stagnant  but we want orderly growth. I'd like to see  Gibsons keep Its Identity and not be taken  over by the region&l district. We want to  work in harmony with them but we, don't  want to get swallowed up by them."  Into the different types.of breakwater that  could be used in the event of a marina is  builtt        V  ,  "She indicated that finance ,cou}d bo tlio  stumbling block In tho way of a nqw  marina. /  "Our borrowing power Is United by  Victoria. If the>cost Is toojhlgh wo can't go  Into it. If tho marina can't sustain Itself,  council cannot subsidize }t. I'm not in  favor of subsidizing a facility for boaters  from out of town," Goddard stated.  $he udded that tho population of tho  vlllago wns only about 2,000 and tho tax  havo been able to come up with a package  that will better serve the area.  "As I understand It they have no accurate costing In tho package. If you are"  going to put a package that largo to the  sacrifice Its harbor to accommodate f.people for n vote on It, and It's not accurate  peoplo from Vancouver in order to mako a, in the cost estimates, tlien It's unac-  few bucks. But first I've got to seo which ceptablo," ytinter said; ��� i , ���',  side of the wharf thoy want to build lt on," ,\Ho mentioned botl) the ' Gibsons  H(isaldhowas Just now at local politics .swimming pool ancjUho curling rlnk which  and wapts to go to a fow meetings to learn   ''haven't co^t the regional district one  ,' what Is going on.  Fitchett said ho -didn't  anawor a  questlonalro  sent  out by  tho  Times  cent" nnd added that.lf aroa F aro using  theso facilities thoy should bo sharing In  ���Seo Pago A-3  The losers... It was an anti-progress vote  r   i  SECHELT   ' "'"'.''   asked for and that's Wlmt thoy got/' ho  Socholt buslriossmnn Norm Wataon, n   stated.    <  Chnmbor of Commerce mombor who snid       Tho Times was unabto to contact  Ws commuhity credits includo the start   Sochojt nldormnnlc candidate  Carl  and completing of tho Trail Bay! break-   Chrismas Sunday. Chrismas lost to thrry  MacDonald by^nly six Votes In his bid for  n council scat.     ' '  THE SUNSHINE ConBTArt Contfo  nlthough only partially finished, wns  the scene ota  houso   last  wlenlo roast and opon  Sotiirday  that  was  h^<ri6*famir)l(ii4a)ihrrrAmr>  1       Tl-'-: ���I  thoroughly enjoyed by nll>!Thls'llttlo  tyko on Joyed both thflhotdogii and tho  chance to play in the wooden struc  ture,  '        v' ��� ���      'X.  yn: 'tyiUm.1V.  ><Xi\\<'',i  water,, the Sechelt Marflh, the village  sowor systom nnd tho orenri, told tho  Times nftor his unsuqccafal bid, for a  vlllago council sent that whnt ho had to say  liad already boon said by bottor mon. ,  "Don't expect gratltudo and you won't  be' disappointed," Wntson quoted.  '    Ho Hold tho olocitlon clparly reflected,  1 tho attitude of Sechelt residents* " *    7;  "Thoy don't \yant anytlilng dono. AU of * <  onps who do nothing. It was an,nntb  progress vote,'VWntflonnddedr  -^Aa an example, h�� said Sechelt mayor*  ,Howard^Nol^.*vi(iifl~��.i^nl(��*8uy"*but����  Indicated that ho f olf tho mayor had dono  nothing slnco ho has boon In office.   '  "A, community  gets  tho  kind  of  'XX government lt deserves, Tlmt'swhat thoy  :.   X      ^''   ���   !. ���    .. ....:. '.���������'    " .  GIBSONS  Af tor losing to incumboht Goddard and  nowcomor Fitchett, Gibsons businessman  ,Tcd. jiiimo said ho was dlshppolnted but  not surprised,      , , j  "flvo run four tlmos slnco 107? nnd won  throb times. It's not�� bad record. But I'm  Final returns  REGIONAL DOARD  AmUAFDmE^Ort       ^VAttlVOTilSS  ,a��^���p.: ;OT^wJ��  (X)~ elected to office  *�������  ���refkreSipum ' \ '    ,  -Mrryofrin",fnv(>rttfg��rb|igoijick-np^  ]^ifeSuiwh\iioConflfonce nyeck M opp^flcd'  to onpo ovory, two wooks,','��� .   '  TO   ,.  '       '    '��� ���'.'" ' ^ \   '   ���      J510  '���nO'-;    ,7; ��� ;;  ;;,��� ,'tf ���   X    W  TS7,..7X-iXA.,AMlilim2m I"!"1' ,' WW1."1"  GIBSONS  ALDERMAN Totnl votes  Goddard (X) 323  Fitchott(x) ; '"~7'7"' '" 2M  Hi^o mk,.. my:, x,,..,, ,^.v .-vr.r v.^'. -  fitltmitt^^Xi.  ���+r  ���'���IL  'SRCHICLT  ���  ������KoMtW'i('xr~"* ~Mr'^ ; IW  MacDonald (x,y ,/���     ,   , 144  Chrlstrins        7 1 ' 138  W��Wonj  ' -"'     M'  ''������''^g''.'""'^!11"11! I WW llll"!'I '.   very disappointed In tho voter turnout.  Thoy said thoro woro no,Issues In this  election but It's still two council seats and  tho peoplo should still got out and vote. It's  not a true Indication of tho feelings of this  community," Humo added.  Closing a slx-wpok camputgn In his  unsuccessful bid for a spot on Gt|>sonn  vlllfigo Council, log inspector Keith Evans  told, tho TlmVs Sunday,ho was already  campaigning for the municipal election  ���'  next yoar. ,     i  -"As of 12 noon today my, oumpalgn.  Htu��;t�� for no��;t Novombor. If fllx iycokawifl  Thoro i$ anothor oloctlon' next yoar and I'll,  ', bo on ihd ballot," snld Rvrtna, ,  . '  ' ��� 1 ���...�� ����  (~^^Hcr,Bald'hffTiranted'tw':t^nHrthe"peoplo--  ' w|i didm#ort htm'wlth tholf votestand  Jndlqntod ho nifiy hnvo had a bettor;c/lianco  If a greater percentage of tlio,, Eligible  .vftiw hnd turnqd out nt thq polls,  - ,'.    .',/ 'I   ' ,',.'���./,   ;,i . "vf-y-:^:,r, ���   ... . ���   ..,1 ,r.,.,i,,.,  ,  it  l^,���^  ayijf  ���X^^iXXiktX**  t  A-  ������T"'���'  .-* ^tmu��in��4 M fliF%i*il Mr ��  tl  iKW-tmmttfflmvWMMWWJii-tfilalBW lit  \r"  '���<���)  rP-rJ**  ��^�� ��wi>i|t.i^ *$���.* 11 ^Wf**1 lIfl"H^VWr1*, ��  t Hf*u-M ^wAifff Wll"��>!1l"'V!W>ll��WM0)*Ai�� teun��(jifcJS\W   B*wi Mdt* t*Jto**.WiM��i  '   I  r,  \    \  fc���o��tj*  l.\  x.1.1.  {..-  m wmn"4.)pi.��J.^(iiisij4'��(��n  '   I  xx:   ,/ /  \'l*  '/  11  nn/i^flfAi r��*~B-t��,/i^sWut4"��* * ��  ,Vt"  !/'."���  /���;'  ���/ -*��� ���':  i y  Ho hum: election 78  The 1978 election may well be the,  election issues forgot.  We asked voters from all area's  just what the issues were this year  and heard a similar retort from  everyone: There are no issues this  year.  We asked the candidates what the  issues were and heard "not anything  in particular". Being hard-pressed  for issues to base a campaign on,  ,most candidates did the'logical thing  and neglected the. campaign.  Maybe the- cancellation  of the  We offered all candidates a, little  space to voice their opinions and  answer a 'couple of questions and  were surprised to find that four had  rejected what boiled dowq to free  publicity.  The voters, however, made their  minds up without the benefit of any  electioneering or issues. In fact, the  two candidates that did the most  campaigning in Sechelt and Gibsons  ran last in the polls.  v- JMaybe the old saying that if you  keep your mouth shut no one will  'CrcuiKMl rGlcreuUUlu tOuiv uie wlllu    fttroWTJOW SIUpKry'  out of a lot of people's sails, but the - bit of truth in it yet. And certainly this  fact remains that this year's election  was' the worst show of candidate  apathy we've seen.  _.   ."^    -  f ��� a  READER'S RIGHT  year's elected officials won't have to  worry about keeping campaign  promises ��� none were made.  -  Community spirit  time.  Mrs.  Peggy  Connor,  the  commentator, prepared the commentary  Editor, The Times:  Th4e Job's Daughters of Bethel No. 28,           r_  Roberts-ereek���would  like- to  thank- Which took maliy-ifours of "hard work.  ���Z^^** "HP^.z*���- -She-^^ssisfe-d^y-^rsr-Bar^ra  assisted the models in choosing fashions  amount of support we received from  businesses, organizations and the communities was overwhelming. -  Chatelech Junior Secondary School and  the Senior Citizens Branch 69 kindly  donated the use of their chairs, J and C n. ������m1J/^ .,��� ���5��.k A~n- ^^^^^a ���  t���������+.���^���~. -��,^T o~7r,j ^,^1^, -��.-* also-supphed us with door prizes -and -a  Electronics;   the  sound  system,   Ken   A,���a������^rf ��� ��������� ���������* nt JL ���,���,���;�����������  Small talk  A little sleep loss  By Ned Schwartz  ;���Tvenhardly been able to sleep this week.  Ever since I read in the paper how  Charles Lee can't sleep because he knows  something we don't.know, there hasn't  been a minute's rest for me. I just lie there  in bed awake thinking about Charles lying  there in bed awake thinking about  whatever it is he's thinking about.  What horrible secret is_ he carrying?  Flood . . . famine . . . pestilence . . .  double digit inflation? Npbody loses sleep  over that stuff any more. It must be  something really terrible.  Maybe he's worried he won't be elected  chairman of the regional board.  I don't see why he shouldn't be elected.  He gives swell parties.  Well, we all have worries. Short and tall  alike, there just seems to be no end to  problems for-any^)f us.  I heard about a fellow in Gibsons who  got a hold of one of those Christmas Cheer  chain letters that have lately been making  und  Well, before"yolTknow~that"story you  'have to know how these things work. You  get a letter with the names of four other  people-on it. Yqu buy a container of  Christmas cheer for the"first name oa the  list. Yqu add your name and phone  number to the bottom of the original and of  one copy you make arid you pass them on  to two friends. If the chain continues, you  get 16 bottles back when your name  reaches the Itop of the letters."  ^The flaw, of course,' is that eventually  the various tenacles of the original letter  - peter out when the market's used up and a  lot of people (most people) lose out.  The law sort of looks askance at these  things unless you happen to be the  government which makes it okay because  people are used to getting screwed by the  -government.- ���  . Anyway, that's the way it was explained-to me^ Jji everdi^actually par-  ticipate in one of these of. courseTTPsnoT  -that I'm so loaded up with 3cruplc3; I'm-  that were flattering and -fashionable.  Mostly Mr. and Mrs. Campbell deserve, a  big thank-you for their time and letting us  over-run their store for this project. They  ALLAN MAY, aboard the Gogamma,  a racing boat he, along with friends,  converted   into  aesthetic cruiser.  a   comfortable,  DeVries; the carpeting for the ramp,-  UncleJ Mick's Shoes and Clothing; some  shoes, Benner's Furniture; the dresser,  Dick Clayton; use of the mall and snack  .bar and Campbell's Variety for the  fashions and Mr. Morley MacKay for his  musical talent.  '  Many people donated a great amount of  donation of 10 per cent of the evening's-  sales.  We feel these people and many others  should be commended for. the amount of  work they donated towards the fashion  show and Job's Daughters?  Kim Bryson  Honored Queen, Job's Daughters.  Boatbuilder a hard  man to interview  Deserving get hampers  Editor, The Times:  ', ��� Occasionally we hear- that someone  received a food hamper from-the Elves  that did not really need it. I think it is  worthy of a note what one of our former  ministers here had to say on the matter.  He said "Who are we to judge who is needy  or not; just because a big car or boat sits in.  the past she years to see that po one goes  without at Christmastime. The Elves will  By ED LANDS  Sitting round-the circular table that  Allan May built, he, his wife Jane and I  began what was to be the interview for this  article/The shiny round table is located in  the back corner of the heavily-windowed  May kitchen which affords us a view of the ,  chicken coop and pond; a small guest  cabin and then further down to {he right is  the spacious workshop. Towards the back  ofjlis,grassed-in acre clearing is another  ' Jane's brother facilitated " *the  amalgamation of the threesome's talents.  The The Gogama,-a -Chaser 33, as a %  ton Racer cruiser which recently competed in the world's % ton championship in  Victoria this past summer. The Vancouver-based sailor (with 2 cylinder diesel  auxiliary power) placed 7th overall and  was the first Canadian boat to finish. May,  Anderson and Curwen (hereafter referred  to,as MAC) have just completed,a. con-  Lockstead  ��� MLA, Mackenzie  Yet another sign has been put Up on the  ferries. It reads: "The cost of your journey  is subsidized by the taxpayers of -British  Columbia. In 1978 the amount of the  subsidy will be $46.6 million." .  ' The message, which greets those who  wait in the line-up to the cafertia, is insult  added to injury done to toe people of the  coast and Vancouver Island in the three  : years-gSaal^reclit-has'badly managed "the;  ferry system.  It was, after all, this government that  -doubled the ferry rates in one step in July  1976, thereby substantially raising our cost  of living and crippling our tourist industry.  It was this government that reduced ferry  service. It was this government that sold  three of the ferries to eastern financial  interests after they had already been  bought and paid for by the taxpayers of  British Columbia who are now having to  lease them back again.  Now this same government tops off that  deplorable record with a little sign which    . ., T, ,      ,.. ,      .. _. .   4  in effect tells the people of the coast and " J^ht- Ittaesa* hTv.a na��� ��"!t K ]USt  Vancouver Island they are some sort of  just a little short these days.  But, moving along, this fellow in  Gibsons dutifully bought his required gift  bottle and then sat back to wait for the  phone calls to flood in..  They didn't come. In fact, no calls  <Jame at all. Seems as how even though he  had $8 for the chain letter, he'd had to cut  corners on the phone bill and the phone  folks had chosen this inopportune time to  retailiate.  Last we heard he was thinking about  hiring one of those family genealogists to  Jrace down the people who owed him.  So you can see there are worse things  . .thanil��ving-a-crumblyTnarriage~orfuF "  niiflg- outihat- your-grandmiOther fs-hooked���  on downers.  I don't have to worry about my pumpkins because they're all in for another  few months. Consequently I worry about  whatever it is Charles Lee is worrying  about. And sometimes, like most small  people, I worry about things getting big.  Now small people don't worry much  about things getting bigger. (Even small  people grow up.) Th&y just worry about  things getting big. Too big for peoplejo use  them anymore. "'  I wrote a poem about his the other  welfare bums riding on the back of "the  taxpayers".  Well, it may surprise the Socreds to  learn that the people of the coast and the  Island are taxpayers too. These taxpayers  are well aware of the fact that the ferry  system does not make _a profit ��� just as  carry on with the hampers as longastoe   J^ger pond which tea^metimeswateripg^ {mpioimt the. hard-nosed -competition    hospitals/ schools and' highways don't  need is there and the donations contmue t^ Jole for ^nend s ho^se-f "'^A113!1 ^^   Vessel .into a comfortable, ae&hetically    make profits.      '      J      '  toe yard does not assure that there is food  on the table there." He went on to say it  lloes not matter if a few get a hamper Uiat  do not need it, as long as all the deserving  ones that do need it, get a hampeY.  ��  The delivery'men know that maffylT  time, tears are shed when the ha topers  arrive. Some lonely recipients are overwhelmed to know that someone cares.  The.Elves believe it is a commendable  gesture how the residents of the community, the businessmen and the service,  clubs have so unselfishly banded together  come in.  The following are excerpts, taken from  a few of the letters written by grateful  hamper recipients:  ���^t^ertainly^nmde^uiM^  was bur only gift. Thank you and God  -Btess7��TraU;"TtT"TfraT^^  a better Christmas ... I really have faith  in humanity once again." ... "I had to  -shed-tearabf-gratituder-Thank-youHEor-the-'  hamper,and gifts." '. . . "You made our'  Christmas a bountiful one; thank you for  the hamper, turkey and gifts." . .;. '"I  cannot express'the pleasure it brought to  our family; your work, time and goodwill  are appreciated ��� much mOre than you  "���know.'" ���.     "    ��� ���������;��� "' i ������','��� ���' X.u  Elves Club  to mow the expansive lawn he is also  raising a couple of sheep. The perimeter of  the 12-3 acres upon which the May's five-  bedroom house stands is dotted withv a  variety of trees and bushes;.  We began with a brief history of how  camerto^be-a-shipwright^or-boat--  builder. After figuring out the dates of his  apprenticeship (1966-1970) and what it  involved (carpentry, shipwright ap-���  appointed Racer Cruiser without compromising any of. its competitive spirit.  This project was achieved by carefully  allocating the interior alterations (mainly  bunk space, head and galley along with  traveller/returns  Editor, The Times: '  As a former Penlnsulite, I would like to  relive an old experience. Ih 1971-72,1 sat  down several times and through my oyes  and ears recorded my interpretations of  events and lifestyles as I saw them, I then  sent them to the Peninsula Times, who  were kind enough to publish them under, I  believe,* a polumn called '"^fbtes from  Denmark."  As a 16-year-old who had lived on the  Sunshine Cpast for my entire existence, I  felt, during tho first year In Denmark, like  a transplanted buttercup among  cultivated orchids^ It'was, however, a  boautlful experience for mo to bo able to  write somo of my observations and voice  my opinions of tho foreign lifestyle that I  liad dropped so suddenly ln thqrmldqt of  and actually havo thqjm published, and  read by pcoplo I knew.  �� One observation that I hnvo made slrico  I returned a year ago Is thnt whon ono Is  brought up on tho Coast or thereabouts,  nothing' elsa'you flnd"��mrt6  good enough. Although Denmark  lovoly country with much to offer, lt was  for mo, missing a vital element; Mountains! I, I. had   never   realized   Uiat  homesickness and mountalnslcknesg were  synonymous until I began suffering with- -  drawal- symptoms 1 There was a tiipe in  my life, where I would have glvOn my soul  to foast my eyes on something larger than  a molehill. I am sure other Coast Dwellers  have felt tho samo way at some time or  another, even while enjoying, the charms  and attractions of' their favorite holiday  spot. ��� ���' ,   .  , , True to my nature, I am, in my present  domicile; nestled happily at the foot of  Grouse Mountain making up for tho years  of mountalnless existence.  I would like to mention that I was  struck by top warmth extended by  Europeans to Canadians, In" many  European countries and cities, It seems  that Canadians enjoy, u lot of popularity  pnd not only because vto are gonorpus  Jlppers, although^^thq.faclwaa.flla^men^  tlonedl  Although I llvo In Vancouver and I  prejnticing and 10 weeks of college each  year) and that he came from South Africa  four years before to Cornwall,,, England  where Westerly Boati took him on as an  apprentice, We all agreejtthat it was not  really too important. In factTitseems what  really is important to Mr. May is that he  isn't the important person in l)is workshop  which once housed horses arid hay before  he and his 90-workers Guy Curwen and  King Anderson literally raised the roof of  the old barn.:  Both Anderson and Curwen are accomplished finishing carpenters in their  own right. Cunven had been working with  - has been finishing a, gOod part of the  May on several projects In their Richmond    client's contemporary house overlooking  some fbie finishing work) in such a  mannei^so^s-not-to-eounter-balance-the-  boat's main priority, namely racing. In,  addition, to the Iftterior MAC laid teak  _dgckSs^fiL^istirig^ihreglass_surface,.  creating a great improvement and a sight  to behold. '''' ��� j__'  This type of quality work, which also  includes custom house interiors and  general house renovations, can���be seen in  a small incident at a local building supplies.   ;'     ".'.':'���'  May mentioned the softness of the  carpenter's pencils sold at this particular  store and the thick line resulting from the  soft lead and asked which part of the line  was the saw-cut to be made.  The dealer'related the Incident to a  customer who, contacted May, and MAC  Can we now expect to see signs on the  highways  to  the  Cariboo  telling  the  residents of that good Socred riding that  tiiecost of their journey is subsidized by  ^e-taxpayers-^of-British-Golumbia-  has words in, it and here they are.  The old lady's murky snapshot  carefully preserved in a ceUophane envelope  is not of much interest.  Some long-dead man with his dog  standing near a berry patch  where the bank squats now.  Thfe'Old la'dy's lather knew thejriah  the dog Was just a dog  the berry patch ,was wild.  Nobody owned it.  The bank's windows are washed every  Tuesday.  because it is, just as much as any ferry  _fg_t__ ��� ���������.������������,.'   ~   ::   r~   7~~~~  And whUe we are putting Up signs,  perhaps there should be one on the door of  -Premier-Bennettisiofficerreadingr-1!The"  cost of, this office is subsidized by the  ..taxpayers of British Columbia. In 1978 the  'amount of the subsidy will be $754,000."  But if the "new signs that have gone up  on the ferries are an insult to the people  who use them, thoy are also a sad ad-  TDown the roadrk..........::...7X..~~ .���  -whereJtoejman's house-used-to-stand-  among other berry patches i,  are apartrnferit buildings -  with parking lots around them. _^  Nobody" says'much about all this.  You can't live in a berry patch  or pick berries in a parking lot.  ...Ned Schwartz, a pumpkin farmer, is  4% inches tall and lives in Roberts Ci?efek. y  mission  that  the  Socred  government     . _    \, ���'..���;��� -_"'" X���������'���">���.���'" ��"'���  simply ddes not understand ttokUiq ferry   AlXOther  blunder  system ls an essential part of the trags- ^  portatlon network.of this province ���  many parts of which are separated from  each other by water. Consequently they  Editor, The Times:  It's hard for me to believe  village office of SOcheJt could  that-the  not find  shop for "five years previous to May's move  north to Roberts Creek two years ago.  Curwen followed suit about a year later.  Anderson is a resident of the Creek of  some eight years. Being a self-taught  finishing carpenter (King is also a fine  artist) combined with the fact that hp is  ,'' n  We need  more Neds  Editor, Tho Times;        ���  Concerning Ned .Schwartz and Marda:  as tijhlnklng resident Uv this.non-placid,  flaccid community, I am'disturbed at tho  reaction to.Nod Schwartz and his logical  ^g,r  ftki��PM^^  ^ 1  !  < tondN college and working; I llko to rend   W^tia, My own aSncornls not so much  mtt7..Jt   your Paper, as I often find names of po6plo   wlth the ,aSH��S Pcr s0 fls with tho elected  Ihet:  eninsula /dmed-  ?  hiblls|K'd Wednesdays nl Mull  011 IMVs .Sunshlno CV��si  hy  Tlio I'onliiMiln Times ���  - lorWpMpruNl'uhllciilloiiK l.ld, '  ' ������-��������� nlSceliclirH.Cr       ���;-   your paper, as I often find names of pe6plo  I know und places I romombor. Even  though thoro has been a lot of changes on  tho ponlnsula slrico I wns there last.  Ihopo tb got up ihcrosoon rind look up  old frlonds but until then, I can keep In  touch with happenings through your papor  which I rpcelvo weekly.       ,   '  Wendy Ann Nlolson  \        ' v.',' Vancouver  ". rf,.��vi ������ - >'������ .��-,'.��� *vv  ;;:��>.,V���;,,,, ljiw.3.M*~ NHM"��V' '���'���  ���swatt-'  l,hoiui885.'.12J|  >***.,!*%.'**.*,&.*  Olfk'elioiii-NjHi.lO ,,,,���'.     '  TnflpliiuTmVShl. '    "    "  Subyiipllmi Itn'tcN! (Ini(dvnnee),   ,|  f.ooul, if peryenr. Hoyond'.Wnille��, SH'  iU.S.A;,SH). Oversells SI I..--.. .  u-  windbags who create them/  There Is much truth In his satire and  our ego-tripping politicians would do well  to con/jult with somoono of higher intelligence and sook help tp understand the  message.  ��� As for Mrs. (7) Miss (?) Ms, (?) '  Poultice, my dictionary describes tho  word "poultice" as "a mollifying remedy  of a moist mealy naturo." Could It be that  yott yourself aro considering a career In  local politics? I-must say If you llvo up to  your nnmo,:you aro caual to too rest of  w' ^d'#at aUuf jis^iV respJhlibniiy?  Tho politicians pay Up sorvlco but behind  tho scenes do nothing to manthelr nlco guy        .   ,     .,   ...     .���^gflr>wlto-4lM).��!Wr<4*burwuicr^ ,(  .-,....   Jiulgcmontj and wo were pleased to  Gibsons Harbqur.  As many are aware, Joni Mitchell,  Saskatoon's gift to L.A., owns a large  waterfront lot on the peninsula. Apparently the stonemasons from Vancouver  who erected Jb^r stone beach house  neglected to compensate for tho salt spray  in thp���mortar mix and hence the exterior ,  walls are seeping, MAC has been contracted to commission someone to rectify  this condition, to re-fasten tho cherrywopd  floors, as well as other Interior finishing  work.     .,..,  As I mentioned at the outset, Allan and  Jane, nnd myself were sitting around with  my intention being a (c'omprfehenslvo interview. I should havo known bettor. In tho  two or so years that I've known Al, I've  never known him to balk at an oportunlty  to toko on a now Job, if ldlb, nor help  somoono who needs a hand, ^n addition to  his monetary work, his own homo projects  would boggle tho mind. From cutting  firewood (which Anderson and Curwen do  as well for tholr homos) for his concroto  bunkered wood furnaco to tending to tho  animals, to fixing up a cabin, May Is often  on the go tfrom fl a.m. to 11 p.nv He is  currently teaching a woodworking course  nt /Chatelech Junior .Secondary School  onco a week under* ^ho Continuing  Education guise. A member of Uio Roberta  Creok Volunteer Flfa Department and  generally a.communlty-mlnded soul, May  Is an example of an old etoic; hard work.  Curwen nnd  Anderson  fall  Into  Uils  cannot see running ferries as��an essential anyone to run for the s&ool board agaiftst  part of government service, Instead they Mr. Van Egmond,  think they are running some kind of cut-       They say they spent one> afternoon  rate cruise ships sailing between Acapjilco phoning'peoplc to run but could find no one  and Pango Pango rind that the layaWhts interested. I would like to know who, they  who   are   the   passengers   should   *}e phoned. I wonder if they phoned Henry  reminded that they are getting away witii Hall? I was on holidays at the time. I  something they don't deserve. WOndor if they tried to get ln touch with  Well, if that's, the impression'the me? I doubt it.  Socreds are trying to leave, it just isn't  working. As a fellow passenger ln the  cafeteria line-up observed: / "If that's  supposed to make me feel guilty, I doh't".  ; I guess we will just liave to write if off  as another of tho village office,  Ed Nicholson  Sechelt.  savs  Research group  thanks to candidates  *���"*!���;"  ..HJ��mim- ft���<mA'.��*i  ..���-/  - ^irttmv'i-notmhnj1,'*  AH our seniors wnnt to thank you for  adjudicating oUr photo'contest recently.  :;^!vr-  ���t. .mil*!"  mado tiirip'V'como^nd7 prbseril tlio  awards, Tl'wink yo\j> ngain,,  DnvolHaj^ard  ','   Branch 09, Sofcholt  largo wo could do woll with a fow moro  Ned Schartzs.  W  JlmMctzlor  , Gibsons  Editor, Tho Times: ���..  We wish to publlcally thank tho candidates who attended the meeting at  T21plhl'6'ftrM6ftdaj; NSV6mWbri3rTfdm  aroa F, Mr. David Fyles for Mr. David  Hunter, and Mr. David Leslie, and from  Gibsons vlllago, Mrs. Ixirralno Goddard  and Mr. Keith Evans.  Our research produdtioris group  welcomed the opportunity to practice our  technical skills. This was tho'flrst tlmo wo  havo over used, two coriMras with a  switcher. This "allowed ��� our technical  dlroctor, Jim Douglas, and Uio audio  assistant, Dave Douglas, to tape conversations botwoon candidates nnd  members of tho community without  category as well, wJhlch brings mo'back to rzXiiW^KttN comcra from;*apKpJTM,,,,^v  ym%x:4.T,ifm.VSik.;',mrir''d ������* w^.'. ;;i:*rr--vi' ��.wi.^i-{--'-vrfitlteTi.^.-'i' cyy^dmMr,-'-' ����.���  Well, Andorson arrived on tho scono, Robertson, Stovo BalBkoVoWa;Brian Wall,  about ton mjnutcs Into this "interview", tried out their recently ncqulrcd^kllls in a  wanting  to-know  something  nboi\t   public meeting. '    '  whatovw wul that'* wbw M��y j^  " '  format wJth Uie,Iwlp of a profc����lon��l  announcer, Ber^'Nelson, who has worked  ^or wer 257carB^ltHT^C7Kpl^6h"niton"  successfully applied the bpslc principles  and w��b "able to faqUItato tho discussion.  Thoso of you who turned'on Channel 10  Wednesday, November 16, nt 6:30 p.m.,  realized wo lind technical difficulties, but  ifyfiu'sthyett tuned for 20 minutes, tho  "show Was aired. Wo owo Uils success to  Mr. Carl Bobnrlt of Coast Television  Mr. David Helom fiur District Resource  Centro Director.  ; We hope bur efforts) incensed tho  voters' Information nbout their choice of  candidates and also showed tho potential  for a community channel on tho Sunshlno  Coast.  ."      ". Elphlnstono Student  ���   Research Productions  And so, I'm still chasing around after  ���ihtrMnyiclIo^-lTDptng-thatiomoUmrril  bo able to slow him down long enough to  finish Uils interview,      ,"  ll M manor of life and broath,  ���-rW ��� ���  \  ��*3*f!*!*.*'lW!WK*^��      H*. >"  1-   ri��i'U����1W"6*lt��!ivt.-  ft^lM(fl*J��l*J��*ll��*iJ"jMllf**ll'l  'ij*jii��usrf iw #i^^hB��W'toWi>v5i��**��M���-B>t>M ^lH^^Mil''���*w,^v'*w*^"*v��"'l#,  JrfiWKt,��M*'ii��iailt*l fWWHw AfS��J^>i  <M-��vMp%4*b-*��iii  ^i!ii(��^^iiitiifm^^vmmttpi  '���)���'  X  n I  . i l"  *<T: J   X  MORE ABQUT  Cheekye  ���From Page A-l ,  derwater cable ran through the testing  zone, according to White.  Asked, abOut concern by NDP-MLA'a'  Don Lockstead of Mackenzie and Bob  Skelly of Comox-Alberni that Hydro wants  the Cheekye-Dunsmuir line to transport  nuclear power, White said that Hydro has  been so dishonest .with toe people of  Pender Harbour that he suspects them of  anything.  "They said there was no nuclear power  used behind this line and now they have  said they are going to start construction on  a nuclear power planf.on northern Vancouver Island in 1993. It wasn't an official  Hydro announcement however, but a  Hydro engineer whp let it out at a lighting  convention seminar. It is certainly st  jsossibility that the line is built to such a  "size ih order, to transport nuclear power  from the" Island to the mainland; We can't  ~take Hydros word pn anything like this,"-  White added.  ��� Though Skelly has "demanded Premier  and Energy Minister Bill Bennett put a  fiveiyeapc moratorium on the Cheekye-  Dunsmuir decision' and Lockstead has  -eaHe^ioF^a^two-year moratoi  f*liricfion   Caiahaa   The Peninsula Times-        Page A-3  Vlll Oliail  ^vlt*llvt#      Wednesday, November 22,1978  "So shall the knowledge of wisdom be  unto thy soul: when thou h$��t ifound it,,then  there shall be a reward, and thy expectation shall not be cut off.". (Prov.  24:14). , , .  _ , Must we be limited in our expectations?-  Mary Baker Eddy writes, "Wholly  apart from this mortal dream, this illusion  and delusjgji. of sense, Christian Science  comes to reveal man as God's image, His  idea, coexistent with Him ���-God giving all  and man having all that" God gives."  (Misc. Pg. 5).  RECORDS  &TAPES  Save time and money ordering the records and tapes you want. Pop, country, folk, specialty - current hits.and  golden oldies. Special discounts all  labels, satisfaction land safe delivery  positively guaranteed. Send 25c mailing for rush copy Jatest catalog.  Supersound, Box 5227-SY Vancouver  B.C. V6B4B3.  :<&___&  \  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE  *  OF SECHELT  835-9816   Admiral  Ask about our  i     "Package!' deals,        Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES & TELEVISIONS  WHV BUniTI n - Hn/��lr flu cntith far  ll����A      UUVVMV     V��     UUV1��    *.mj      ww��w**    *.w*  ���  the winter when Gwen Edmonds' of  Gibsons is around? Edmonds says she  The newly-formed Pender Harbour and  District Wildlife Society welcomes new  members to the next meeting scheduled  IfielmSlls'to go into this power-generating  said he is not committee to such an action  as an answer to the problem. -  . "As far as I am concerned, Hydro has  never proven beyond a doubt that the  power to be transmitted over the line to the  Island is urgently needed," said White.  He stated' that one-half the power  needed on Vancouver Island is for use by  pulp mills and added that pulp mills in the  U.S. have now gone into the business of  generating power for themselves and  adjacent communities by burning slash  and waste wockL  - , __ -__-  "If they used pulp mill power on the  Park Elementary School library.  , The group was formed last week and  Rags to riches   -  "One man';s junk is another's gold."  The grads of Elphinstone and; students  of Cedar Grove could really use your  support. These two groups are holding a  thrift shop in connection with toe com;  munity forum on December 3.      '       >  If you have,any old toys, lamps, etc.,  which you have been meaning to rid  yourself of, contact Maureen Forsyth at  Elphinstone or Barry Krangle at Cedar  Grove.  * Come to the thrift shop and browse  around. You may find something of interest. After your shopping around you-can  tour the forum. It's all on a, Sunday af-  _ tornoojj^ojt.jdoes not interferev^tt( ygiir  weekly activities^ ��� BUI Hume.,7' X",  feed  her fine-feathered  friends  whenever she's in town. The ducks^  ttiiniltr  uuouj  comment.  nrara. iinairQilaHla   tn���  f T \ma, \* ��� uiiu tifja.a.vaimta.am,   4VI  Pender Harbour wildlife society seeks members  business, they would have to get "their  power into Hydro's grid. Hydro has consistently discouraged this."  White said many people in the Pender  Harbour community will, continue to voice  their objections to the line and will hold  another public meeting on the issue this  jvinter.  ���. "We are definitely planning some  further action and want more meetings  with Hydro to make our displeasure very  clear to them."  Hydro last October okayed the Beak  Consultants Ltd. recommended corridor  for the line. The corridor crosses from  Dunsmuir substation at Qualicum Bay on  Vancouver oyer the Strait of Georgia and a  strip of Texada Island to Cape Cockburn  on the mainland. It then bulges to include  much of the northern, third of the SecBelt  Penninsula to the proposed Malaspina  substation. Fromther^/it,oarrows agato-to  cross Sechelt Met and" run: adjacent to  Salmon Inlet, proceeding south o"P  Henrietta Lake, north of Woodfibre, and  curvipg up to the Cheekye substation north  of Squamish.  A detailed map showing the corridor  -appeared-Tirtoe-Times^Novesriberl;���  ���-Theprojeetrestiipated-to-be-worth-half���  a billion dollars, would see the first 160-  , kilometer circuit in service by fall of 1983  ;_j^JLSg��muito��oJnto^^  1986;   '���.';��� p ���������-*���     - ;,������:    ��� ���  Hydro plans to have second stage  studies begun immediately.  MORE ABOUT .".1  will maintain' the seven-acre park on  .Anderson Creek donated by Wilf Harper.:  The park has beensefaside to preserve^  "salmon spawhihgon the creek.  A long-time Pender Harbour resident,  Harper ,was named president and made an  honorary1 life member of the society at the  initial meeting.  Also elected to the executive were  secretary Pam Anderson and treasurer"  Wendy Skapski of Madeira Park and  directors Edith Daley, Ray Phillips and  Ron Malcolm.  The meeting was directed by B.C.  _Wildlif e Federation officer Don McDermid  and Tom Murray, chairman of the citizens  tasOorce^ofThe Safinohid Enhancement  Program. The film."Gone Tomorrow"  introduced the group to the purpose and  story of the federation.  The rehabilitation work at the park will  employ five people under a $15,000 Canada  Works grant. It includes channelling the  creek and extending the spawning beds for  the estimated 15,000 salmon that spawn  there annually.  POTTERY SALE  Pat Forst will be having a sale of pots  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25,  at the CRAFT STUDIO  (corner of Hwy. 101 & North Rd.).  Doors will be open at 9:30 a.m.  HITACHI  MR 755  *3 Power Settings  *1.2 cu. ft. oven capacity  *Automatic heat sensor, plus  many more features  I  I  1  We Test  and  Service  Micro-Wave  Ovens.  "X"  J&C  ELECTRONICS  Radio Shack  authorized "Sales Centre  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C.  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ���The winners.  ��� ���  ���From Page A-l      '��� .  the operating costs. ,  He said if other areas on the peninsula  want a��swimming pool and skating rlnk  they could follow Gibsons' example and  build their own.  "They could do the same thing, Each  area has the right to'provide anything they  want for. recreation," '  Hunter, a 58-year-old businessman  living in Hopkins Landing, is involved with  toe community association there and is  married with two phlldren. j  He Said that area F deserves good   .  representation on the district board and  has not had it in toe past except for former  director Bernle Mulligan; Hunter's, pr-'  descessor on the board. ,',  "I am just going to serve the area the  bestfT can. I have no political! axe to grin,  My major reason for seeking office Is that  people, In area FJ; have always been  represented by outsiders In tho past except  for Bernle Mulligan/'  .,._,��� Hunter, jtot&Lhe,, would .,,hfijftI:!ga<KLJ,,  force" tor the people of Granthams ,,  Landing, Hopkins Landing, Parkdale and' /  Port Mellon communities.  "I will try to get whatever toe people,  "want nnd actively oppose what the people  don't want," tho now director adde'd.  ���'��� ���'���"ihffi,  ��� *���*���  SYNDICATE  ���i-l'������'fj^f(..fW#p,��~��|r  m ^t**'*���1*** *i#ii*^/*k fi'ijk  A GOOD INVESTMENT  J.W. (Jim) BUDD  885-3397  ����� ^Wv**����K������*rtre"M��l^nl:>��  >���wg C a..... i�� ���������!�� tt,,,,**!,,,, i .i m ��� i fM.*,, ��>' .I, !���.��./i j 3 jLlULMJj.l*C m, mi.um.mA-t.-Imp**.  Retirement Incorrio Ptonnlng .  U**.***^*^^*^*' ** -!  1-.  -The seventh in-a series of MB reports  we'd  j,  ~**wrn  V  STS  For the past few weeks, we've  been running this series of reports telling you what MacMillan  . Bloedel is all about.  ^ If you've been reading these  reports, you khow that our company was born in B.C. and that  we plan to stay in B.C. We're  part of something unique���the  British. Columbia way of life.   .~.-_And~we-re~jproud^^^  We think you're aware that a  company like MB can only operate in this province* with your  say-so. The people of B.C. own  80% of the ft>r6st lands we map-  age". So we're not the landlords,  you are. We're the tenants.  That's why we've been telling  you how things are going; on  So "far, we've been doing all the  talking. We'd like tq open it up.  If you have any ideas 6r reactions  concerning these reports���why  don't you write to let us know?  If you'd like copies of any or all  of them���or you want further  information���we'll be glad to  send it along.  Perhaps you belong to a group  or organisation that might be  interested in more details. If;  you contact us atthe same address  we'll arrange for somebne from  MB to come and talk to your  ���.people.- ���   ������-��� "���-.*���. ������'.���  Just write and we'll be in touch.  MB REPORTS,  1075 West Georgia,  Vancouver, B.C.  mCmmt\  ; i*;-=i^*Pi��#��*#��*'i**Wt Mi  ���..,��.  ��f^f#4>M#^f tmm- ���, 11 ��� ��mrt i, �����  ������ "w <-*.*���*.-*v ��**;*: lib s'p''  )  .mmm,.  K>p''i��jn;  iif^kS^,  '���M'.Al'm'ul  m-rit-'Xi-  V  r&$\&��^i.k��lMl~<!fa'.iWl'\W ���   ���  ' ���- :'  T"'  \  V J i  ��� I  "���'iJi'  ,.,ry,~i;  p.lnmt*m^mm A��l aM?,]r  ^:v^r^  Air  m$-*Hli,  ~Y  /���  .   ,.ll.,l..   M|    l.lt.l  ���if    >������*��!>),<. tX  V> *I*H* lW^J*K) 1  ^WB��f*V"1iffiri j^urfWvni*.   $���),  ���* RBW*W11WW��W(  -te~K*-if,f,-rm    t)mwM  i  r*> t  -WaHnj-w-a ��M-  XA L  \  \   ,  \, ���J>. ?/,  4  2/  K  .->���  HaHmooh Bay happenings  Shoppers' bus  By Mary Tinkley, 885-9479  For the benefit of many newcomers to  the area,.there is a-shoppers' bus which  makes' a return trip, into Sechelt every  Thursday. It arrives at the Bayview end of  toe Redrooffs Road around 10:20 a.iri.,  proceeeds along toe Redrdoffs Road  picking up passengers and arriving at  Halfmoon Bay at about 10:40 a.m. It then  proceeds by Highway 101 to Sechelt,  -picking iip shoppers at'West Sechelt. The  return bus leaves toe bus depot at 1:45  p.m. which gives passengers a comfortable V-k hours for shopping and other  business in Sechelt. Apart from its convenience to the shopper, the bus provides a  wonderful opportunity to get to know your  neighbour. Why not give it a try? The bus  is chartered by the merchants of Sechelt  and the fare is 30 cents each way.  COMMUNITY DATES  A reminder that ^tomorrow night  (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. at the Welcome  Beach HaU, Thea Leuchte will present a  National FiErnBoard-programrohspecial-  / appeal to those interested in wUdlif e and  crafts.  The Halfmoon Bay Recreation Com-i  ,,-��� mission is planning a bowling afternoon  for children between six and 13 during the  last weekend in November. Any children  interested can telephone Mrs. Perry at  885-3742.  _���_!" J*? (AUdrens^ Christmas party is  _~ ~ planned for December 17 ahdaU children  who wish to attend must be registered. To  register, you can telephone Mrs. Wickwire  - at 885*9750, or .Mrs. Connor at 885-9347,-or  mothers can list the names and ages of  their children and leave toe list with Grace  Rutherford at the post office.   "  The Planning Committee which is  working on the preparation of a Settlement  Plan for Area "B" wUl meet on the next  two Tuesdays, November 28 and  _- -December_5- at-7$30 p.m.? at_the. Regional.  Board Office, The public is welcome to  attend.  U.K. VISIT  Home at Middle Point after a visit to  the United Kingdom are the Rev. and Mrs..  r John Godkin. In the picturesque little  town of Sidmouth in South Devno, they  spent a week with Dorothy Green's sister,  Pauline Andrews who drove them aU over  the lovely Devonshire countryside. John's  brother drove them through many parts of  England and into Wales where they were  impressed to see how much had been done  in the way of reforestation. There were  acres and acres of young trees in aU stages  of growth. They spent 12 days in southern  Ireland and report-that ^toe traffic in  i. Dublin_was terrifying   .-.  A few mUes outside, the ancient city of  Bath, they had an interesting visit to an old  .   estate which has been converted to an  7     American museum. The rooms contain  ; exhibits of American life covering the   period  from   pioneer   days   to   post-  were both born, Wellington, Salop  (fromerly known as Shropshire) \yhere  they visited Mrs. Gough's mother and  other'relatives. Travelling to. Wales, they  visited more relatives at Rhyl on the north  coast add did some climbing at LlangoUen.  They also saw an interesting demonstration of weaving done by the old  methods. While they drank tea and coffee,  they were able to watch a display of coats  and capes made from these famous Wel$h  tweeds.'  It is apparenUy quite a general custom  throughout England and Wales for  exhibits of local crafts to be on display at  cafes and eating places. From Cardiff Uiey  returned to London on one of the comfortable fast trains which cover the  dis|ance in two hours, travelling at a speed  of 125 nules per hour, ^  In Staffordshire, they took a look at  Tamworth Castte and at Lichfield ���'they  saw one of ninglanas most Deautiful  7<s��  <  US*  X  Pt  rn  pi  -. .  .     ,    S  ("������''X'x.  j  fl,  uJE  *\  kj  XI  rJt  '  ���mmmr.  ���  The Creek runoff  Goodwill dance  By Annie Dempster, 885-3326  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times Wednesday, November 22; 1978  LTD.  883-2722  H---1  m  There wiU be a goodwiU dance held for  Ron. and Sophia Phare on Friday,  November 24 at the Roberts Creek  Community HaU. Tickets are available at  Seaview Market or the' Beachcomber  Hotel. Boogie to toe versatile .^buhd of,  "Connection". The-Phares lost their home  and aU their belongings in a fire la^t week.  REMEMBERING  There are still a few copies of the book  "Remembering Roberts Creek" available  at Seaview Market or toe book store  in.  Sechelt. It's a delightful book that tells the  history of our area. It would make a lovely  Christmas gift.  We suggest you get a copy whUethere  are stiU some avaUable.  THANKS FROM LEGION LA   .  The ladies auxiliary to the Roberts  Creek Legion, Branch 219 would like to  thank ali the people that participated in  the ttemembrance/Day ceremonies.   Winner bf the second raffle "draw_wasr  Adam Hutchinson from Henderson Road.  It appears that it was a day: planners for  . Henderson. Avenue - residenisT  LIBRARY RE-ORGANIZED  The Roberts Creek. Library has  recently undergone a complete revamping. ThereJiave been a number of  "^interesting books purchased and :some ���  have, been   uncovered   with 'the   reorganization of the library. There are  _.some _ great. jnew_ _dojt-yourself__bpoks as  weU as some fiction. Why not drop by and  see if there is something for your interest.  PARENTS AUXILIARY MEETING  Don't forget %the parent's auxiliary  meeting at toe school on Wednesday,  November 22 at 7:30 p.m. Out's.ts one of  the few schools in this area to stiU have an  active auxiliary, so let's get out there and  support ourts. Our teachers give our kids a  whole lot of extra energy above and  beyond the caU of duty so the very least we  parents can do is give the school our full  support. [ s  A good deal of our kids' social life in  this area happens at school or through the  school and the kids depend a good deal on:.  .these events to:;keep life interesting and'*'  fun....       -   '  CRAFT FAIR  The craft fair that was held at the  - community haU this past weekend had a  wonderful variety of crafts done by local  artists. The response from the public  seemed much greater Saturday evening  revolutionary times and there are displays -Bverybwi^tlhersainelline-sorpteas  of weU-to-do homes with authentic fur-   Patient. It's definitely on its way. Anybody    thanks^ tyose who participated and the  nishings The room which was-of-par~ whohasnotyetappUedforcablevisiortbutO folks that donated items for the white  ticrtaTiiiteR^^  cathedrals which was built between the  12th and 15th centuries.  Ted Gough had expected he would be  able to attend the annual' dinner of the  Shropshire Yeomanry Regiment with  which he had served. However, the  postponement of the dinner for a week,  made it impossible to him to attend, But,  many of his old comrades visited him in  his hotel at Wellington. He used to foUow  the hounds and was delighted to be able tor  attend-foe-opening meetTof the North  Shropshire and South Shropshire hunts.  -HERE AND THERE       -  Word has reached Halfmoon Bay of the  death of CI. Taylor who has had a Am-  mer home at Redrooffs for many-years.  Since his retirement, Chris and'his wife  had Uved in Comox. His death occurred  suddenly on October 21, foUowing a heart  attack. He is survived by his wife Dorothy  and two sons, Kit and Steve. _���_  "The Gerald'Widstenfahruly "have sold  their home on Cooper Road and wUl be  moving to the Okanagan in December.  BEEFS AND BOUQUETS     ���  This week's threat of another hike in  postal rates comes at a time when mad  service is at- its worst. Jack Burrows  reports that a letter maUed in New Westminster took one month to arrive at the  Halfmoon Bay Postf^ffice. Other readers  report that, they ����$ still awaiting delivery  of letters maUed in Vancouver two or three  weeks ago. Ther^Tiave been stories on  . radio and TV of Vancouver maU being sent  to Victoria and even as far off as the  Yukon to be sorted. Possibly aU this is the  aftermath of the October strike, but it,  surely bad timing for talking of increasing;  the~rates. --- -"  CABLEVISION  It seems that some lucky people are  going to be getting cablevision any day  now.-Work is proceeding steadUy, cut the  cablevision crew cannot possibly connect  out the door, but the craft people's in--  tentions were most honourable as they  only wanted to be of service to the folks  that had put on the bazaar.  CREEK BOOGIE  Dofl*t forget to pick up your tickets for  the Roberts Creek Boogie that is happening tin Saturday, December 2 at the;  community haflLT and T is playing for. this  dance and tickets are at good ole Seaview  Market as usual-        '  JThanks,^Marlene-and-George-for-aU-  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  to leave The Peninsula  for Memorial Funeral Services  ��� Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day        ' ������  your community effort and support. We  don't know what we would do without you.  I would like, to take this' opportunity to  let the pubUc know that Seaview Market  does not realize a penny.f rom the sales of  the .tickets that they handle for aU the  dances, raffles, etc. for the community.  Not to mention all the inf orntagop, posters  and schedules that go through, the store  every month.  Just a reminder that we wUl be pleased  to do some fancy wrapping for you, and  _there is stiU "no charge" for,this service.  ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt;"*"": 7yAXXAxyy7y.  "SefiviewTRdrrGibsons - ���--���   ,      ���'    -...���    , .'���������'  DAN DEVLIN, Director  ~55���^35T  '"������KKWJ'Mfty'KSM  Giant Screen Television Systems fdrTl^mea^^ Business  Dynascrean hat broken ��h�� priw faiorrlor In two-ploto giant ��cr����n UlovUlon. Now If th��  tlmo to on|oy brilliant lifo-slio tolovlslon In your homo of buiiiiit&��-*:  TM    SOME  OF  THE  MANY   USES  OF  DYNASCREEN GIAlfo  ; SCREEN T.V. ARE:y.  : -SUPERB HOME VIEWING;  ���. ,'������ turns your home into a private cinema.' For  added enjoyment, connect your Pyrigscreen  to a video game oe video tape recorder.  "Video cassettes or feature motion pictures  can be purchased or rented, or you can  make your own television movies.  ��� -SALE DEMONSTRATIONS: "  gives your presentation added punch with a  picture up to 5.5'diagonal.  -EDUCATION:'  allows an instructor to increase the size of  the viewing audience when compared to  the   screen   size   limitation^   of   regular  television.  -HOT6LS, MOTELS & RESORTS:'  attracts  customers arid offers. distiijctjon  from the cohpetition.;:^;::   *".,���'.'.  -LOUNGES & RESTAURANTS:    .  caters-' tc*"the -customer 7v_rho -'wonts"'an  evening out along with a television special.  -REMOTE LOCATIONS^  V  Dynascreen combined with a video -tape  recorder' offers a total entertainment  package to liven up quiet evenings.  withSquilts, weaving and handmade rugs.  In each room there was a weU-informed  attendant able to explain ahd interpret the  displays. Eyen the grounds were laid out ���  with plant.s of those earliefdays including  toe plants used for dyes for toe home-spun  wools. The museum is open for the six,  summer months of the year.  It was while the Godkins were to Bath  as guests of John's sister, that the/ experienced, one of those remarkable  coincidences which occasionally crop up in  our lives. Following an accjdeflt, Mrs.  Godkin found herself hospitalized. As she'  lay in a ward of the Royal United Hospital,  a white-coated doctor came into the ward  In search of a patieht to whom he was to  administer an anaesthetic the following  day. Ho turned out to be none other than  Dr. Stan Lubln of the Sechelt Medical  clinic, who is spending a year's sabbatical  in England doing post graduate work in  anaesthesia ahd obstetrics. Ho and his  wife Jean both visited Mrs. Godkin  regularly for the rest of iter stay In the  hospital, After six months In Bath, Dr.  Lubln wiU will bo moving to Bristol and ho  hopes to bo back In Sechelt next September,     '���  , Tho chief Impression of England which  Mrs. Godkin has brought back with her Is  tho boauty of tho countryside. Admittedly,  toe big sprawling cities are crowded and  congested, but once away from the hustle  of tho cities, England offers rolling acres  of farmland, neat welHcnded farms,  gracious homes and tranquility.  ENGLAND IN OCTOBER  Also returned from a torcc-weelftrlp to  England nro Ted nnd Barbara Gough, who  consider October n vory good tlmo for such  n visit, Tho fall colours \ycro boautlful and  thoy wore fortunate to having mild sunny  weather for the whole of their holiday. The  summer lind been n "poor ono but tho  English gardens wero ablaze with a  wondorful dlsplny of roses. Tho (toughs  " spent sqmo Upio in tho town whoro thoy  telephone Coast Cablevision at 885-3224, or  you can get an appUcation form from  Mary Tinkley. ���������.',. ,,  The craft people would like to apologize  to the'people that put on the Eastern Star,  bazaar if they felt they were being hurried  Local Representative!;  SUNSHINE COAST INDUSTRI  P.O. Box 917, Glbtont, B.C. VON IVO  MfiRllLPnjuflSMSflAi  DYNASCREEN'" Is Ihe trade mark of SCI Induatrles'ttd.' ,  Patenta Ponding. Industrial Daslan ReolstratPon applied lor,  All DYNASCREEN^sysiema incorporate SCHUDEL quality video pro|ectloh screens,  OAttfOR*^  DEMONSTRATION  NOW!  more  /  \f1C'  BB.A. BLACKTOP"*^  iMiir HHYia xiim iw U  Ontilrti m Omv��l CHrbi        B  -f^^^ii*TrTr:w,*^,.r;."!** :t7^'7 >m"  'itnnh Court* ���Drlvtwuyi      : '  885-51S1  To mnly.' your Unemployment"  Insurance Program more responsive to the  special rieeds ordiffcrent areas or.CiUiadii,  there arc' how 48 economic regions for.  Ulf (Up to now, there Were 16 regions.),  With this change, UI benefits  will more accurately reflect your local  employment conditions.    '      ,  It's all part of a plan announced  over a yen? ago  litre's nothing new about the  systejmtscir-it's just being measured  more finely in 48 regions, rather than 16,  1   The length of time "a claimant n|yst  work to get UI remains the same. It   <  varies from 10 to 14 weeks,* depending on  the unemployment rate where the  claimant lives. And regionally-based  benefits have the same maxjmmn,   , .,  The change will only nflect those  -,)  ,-/'  ;��  .Nam: Further changes to the Unemployment Insurance Program have been  prvfxmi by the Government, 'they wi{l  come into effect only when they Inwe >���  been enacted b\> Parliament,  Canada's Unemployment  ��� Insurance Program  HliOIONC   Kamloopii, coiikImIok of lh�� Rcfilonnl DlMriclH  orSq����ml(ilvI.ltlooci, nm| TlwinpsotVNlcola,  Hl'.(^IONl)  Vancouver-Lower I'niNcr Valley, consltnlnit ol'  the jKcRlonal DlMrlcis on'raser-Clicam,  Dcwilncy-Alouclltii Central I'm'scr Valley,  Ciiealer vuncouvcr, Sunshinu'Cotrni, and '  Vowcll River.  Kl'.GIONl!  Vlciorln-Vancovtvcr IsIjiIkI, cpnulMlna.flr.tlie...,.,  ReHlonfil DiMrlciii orCupiiiil, Cowichan Valley,  ,'ir"  ^g^^tatlrlVan,  tcxxop-ri  fOltfOIMMVdOAD.IICIIIlI  'tfh.y��f)����y��.(^lMr.I#nl^MM..���,,!r,k,'...X  .I1  A i  p (p ���*i.\^,Lru,.. i������< y ' W   mtr <  y   "   <��  .h-w'kik'  fi  A ����.  empiopicntHTn^^  " will gpvefii the lengllf of l^lTcfinr��^weirr'"';>'  relereiice, if you HWtj. "  '  ' '(M��|> unit iir��c|l|>i|(.)|i Ol'rvontinile rfKlotw ll>  " niiMUilnul'iH'mplnyiiH'nl IiiMitimte HfHiiUilt  l!��vi'in.)  ;lliVil.i.V"��'p��'^b.i:.1.VJ-'-.��'  ImmljjirnlipnCmtndN   ..l|nm|{|'.j!,,J^n 9llfln(>n  nurtCtillen, MinUiot    fluil Ciillnn, MlnHtlrn  flie Cimutii Employment ami Immimtioit Cmmittion mnirtat<*( by combin/Shy '^J hmtplflymM'fifWiii^^nnmitsion and (lie Ptpartlnent if Mdftpowr ami Immigration.  A*-i��^A7^7r.X-XXA,''A''"'A       , r"' "'���"    In addition, inintitartifjim are kin^ merged io tenie ym btiitr in (kmula llmpbymtm Cintm,  MMtfllon  ��M lltllM      '  .,��..;,..,, ...t, ,  )  A  ���v it'l.t  0 A\  fe^*tfffl^l^'Wjraai=��^��#J^w��'-HK��i��:i  ��p'i��^��*^*^*<^��fli^'��tfii^*i=*w^  -y*  ,itiMt&*ti^^^*'i-^t'<i)&]a'J^^ &  ���K*"��1 ift-$^-ft^W#i^--ty?^%W'i��r&>i*^  t*����WJlJir����^��Bl*��lS^te��S^  a>S!fi^0gSfSiti^i'i^>iiti^iliiM)K^1'  ,.**l'Lm  ���y  ���lV,  v i  v ,  '��� '  y\  \.2  ; '"i  "A,  ������ V  v ���*  ���ky   (\\  '.' ��'. M-  ^  "  i  **  Sechelt ftofes  Report card week  ������', by Peggy Connor, 885-9347  Wednesday, November^ 1978 The Peninsula Times Page A-5  Does Your Club or Group Roport  m  Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  ����  SALMONID ENHANCEMENT  programs are in full swing this month  on the peninsula. Here, five commercial fishermen . assist federal  JisheriesjQfficerlRay Kraft tojdear a  x^ehder-Harbour-Nibbles..  -__LastjKeekxeporteards-were presented  to parents, or were sent home anyway.  This week it's the parents opportunity to  give their report to the teachers. Whether  your chUd is doing well or not, take .the  time to see the teacher, this is an important time in a student's life. For them  to know that teacher and parent know one  another does make a chUd open up more,  both at home and school. An open mind is  more receptive.  Parents of Elphinstone students are  concerned over toe report cards issued  and their way ot marking the papers. It  sounds vastly unfair but before we jump"  small creek that runs into Sakinaw   up and down about it, we wiU get the facts.  of coho salmon due to spawn this     ^hatelTch outdoor club took a trip  recently- up _to-Saltspring campsite  sleeping overnight. It was rather a chUly  night but the 12 taking part thoroughly  enjoyed the experience. Ian Nichols and  -Shelly_Jgetrunia���-were_the���teachers-i  month.  Open house  By Queen Rat, 883-2308  ere wdlbe an open house and garage"  at the Garden BayT Firehall  on  November 26 between 10 a^m.:, and 4 p.m.  Free refreshments and balloons will be on  ^fcme-of Mayor Harold #nd Cay Nelson  were Harold's sister Phyllis and George  Shaw of West Vancouver; plus their  daughter Nancy Shephard with 20-month-  old Gerard. The BiUingsleys' shared in  entertaining the visitors as this is AUce  Billingsley's sister, too.  GARBAGE  Sorry I didn't put where you were to  vote last Saturday, just though a reminder  was enough.'  SETTLEMENT PMNjjA^EA "B��  Thenext meeting foftoeifjrSUp that are  -^representing the area West Saphelt to  Secret Cove wiU hold their next meeting  November 28, 7:30 p.m. at the Regional  Board office. The meeting after that one  wiU be December 5, in an effort to get the  settlement plan well under way before the  year has.ended. Express your desires for"  your future neighborhood to your  representatives.'If you do 'not know who  that is, phone 885-9347.  Madeira Park Variety Store  is Having a PRE-  CHRISTMAS SALE!  Oft  im,'**-  1/  Start Your Gifts Now With Our  "HANDICRAFT ITEMS  'MATERIAL, PATTERNS &  SEWING SUPPLIES  *WOOL  883-9115  \  ���JT-  hand. " '     '^  CHURCH GROUP BAKE SALE  The Pender Harbour oejmnujjjiy  Church Ladies^Group are having a bake  sale and small arts ahd crafts table at the  Madeira Park shopping centre at 11 a.m.  November 25. Proceeds,wUl go towards  furnishing the Community Church.  Construction- bf this building has already  been started.  ANDERSON CREEK         ;___  Work on Anderson Creek Park commenced on November 15. This is being  carried out under a Canada Works Grant.  The newly-formed Pender Harbour and  District -WUdlife Society wttl be the  sponsors of this project.  poppy Campaign 1978  Mr. Bob Keen, chairman ������ of .the  Madeira Park Legion Poppy Fund wishes  to thank all those wonderful people ���  young and old ���whose generosity helped  txTmafcVthis year's campaign such a  -suijeess. Records show that there were  more returns this year than in any yeard  since the Branch Jias.fceep in operation.,  This.wpuIAnQt ha��e ~&piM��gd,withQutthe,>  support ofcthe public and the co-operation  of the local merchants aiid banks, Legion  nrantoer_s__andJhose_of_tKe auxiliary who  Auxiliary want you to attend their meeting  Wednesday, November 22 at 7:30 p.m. at  the clinic. They are having'a Bazaar,  ^December^atll-a.m^atthe-Communiiy-  esporting the group.  THANK YOUS , " *  .   The St. John's United Church Women  wish to express their thanks to the people  who donated items and those who sup-,  ported their bazaar by attending. The.  response to both was overwhelming. This-  is a smaU group of women who support the ���  small church in Davis Bay, but many  friends and neighbors-ehipped-in-to-hel]  -giveja^ood feeling_alLround  HaU.,Remember we aU benefit from our  Medical Clinic so please help support  same. ���  NO BINGO     -_     ~ :    ":  There wdl"Be~no Bingoat the Pender  Harbour Community HaU on November 23  due to decorating for the Fishermen's  Homecoming dance for which tickets are  aU sold. ^  TIDBITS  Jf anyone has a Brownie uniform, a  large, age 7, please contact Cole Shutens,  Madeira Park.  Remember if you want something to do  on Tuesday.or Thursday evenings there  are Darts and Horsecollar at the Legion.  BOTTLE DRIVE _^  The Scouts, Cubs and Adventurers  enjoyed good response from their bottle ~  - drive, despite4hg facta fewtlrivers hadtar  . drop put at the last minute. They carried  on for the ^cbndTwMk"tomidc^ufe~tfiey  caught up with everyone desiring to get rid  of their excess bottles.  ~  '  tr Q  YEARLEY MOVE  The Yearley family has moved from  - HalfmodnBay toSecheltrJackierCoUeen-  and Charlene ��� welcome to Sechelt.  ,',  VISITORS  Taking advantage of the hoUday even  though it feU on a Saturday, visitors to the  THE HERON CAFE  V NEW      Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.  k4i HOURS    Sat & Sun/10:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.  _gayj_to_eir_time_to_offe_r_pbpp_ies_to_the  pubUc. The boys at Earls'Cove did a  tremendous job. Mr. Keen wqul_d_like to  remindyouaUthat "the Poppy Fund is a  Trust Fund .and not part of the Legion's  -financial-picturer^��� :   REMEMBERANCE DA]K CEREMONY  Pender Harbour Remembrance Day '-  Ceremony-November:ll :was- field at the -  Memorial,-R6yal Canadian Legion.Br..112.  Oh Parade were Legion members,  Auxiliary, RCMP, Girl Guides, Bro  and Cubs.  "In Flanders Fields wns read  Reverend N. Godkin, Chaplain to  112, The Royal Canadian Legion;  Pejider Harbour Community Band was  under toe direction of Bill Rayment and  Florence Prescesky. Refreshments of'hot  stew, rolls and coffee "were served in the  Legion Hall after, the ceremonies.  Members and guests were entertained tin  the afternoon by Jim Morrison on guitar  and Art Bishop at. the piano, who played  requested music. Folks sang along with  Jim when he started singing the old army  favourites. Later in the evening there was  more entertainment with Garry Robertson, disc JockeJ', with his recorded daneo  music. The dance floor vm crowded with  dancers enjoying boogle/^olkas, waltzes  ;Qto. "������           ,  '��� - ��� ���'"''���'  + V 4�� 4 + A  .'X  'r<-        ;.- '     il-'.     . ���     . '      '  An Evening of Bridge  at The Heron Cafe  Gibsons Harbour  Every Wednesday, 7:30-11:30 p.m.  Cover Charge $1.00 ,  Coffee Included  Meals & Refreshments  ���������������v ".'iiow'-'1--'-..-.  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Page A-6       .   The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, November 22,1978
Gerussi stars
in Newcomers
final episode
One of this country's leading performers, Bruno Gerussi, stars in the final
episode of the Newcomers series. The film
entitled The Present is being shot in
Toronto and Italy and is the last of the
seven-part film series commissioned by
Imperial Oil Limited to mark its 100th
birthday in 1980.
Gerussi, TV star, classic actor and
popular radio and TV host, plays Guido
Vitelji, a 60-year-old Italian immigrant
.who came_to_ Canada in the-early 1950s
from the Italian village of Opi in the.
Abruzzi. It's a world Gerussi knows a lot
about, as he grew up in an Italian
Canadian -family- in New Westminster,
B.C. After attending the Banff School of
Fine Arts, he went on to perforin in
Vancouver and Toronto before joining the
Stratford Shakespearean Festival Com-
Joke box
by George Campbell
Cljarlie Boole drbpped over for a visit
the other evening. He was all fired up
about something Woman's Lib had come
up with. ' -    '
"We started downhill the day we gave
'em the vote," said B^ey vehemently,
settling down in my favorite chair with a
x glass full of my best Scotch in his big right
hand. "And I mean DOWNhill. Just like
hitting your 50th birthday ... from there
on, it's not only downhill, but you begin
picking up speed."
Booley took a big gulp of Scotch, then
he glared at me. "Have you heard what
them nutty women are trying to do?"
~ When I told him that I hadn't, Booley
enlightened me. "Some crazy dame ih
Alberta claims that the Lord's Prayer is
prejudiced'against women. The Lord's
Prayer, for God's sake!" Booley
glowered. "The; woman is crazier than a
tree full of cross-eyed figs. She wants to
change it to say, 'Our PARENT thatjs.in
—heaven~-Can-you-believe-thatH~ :—
The post office has set deadlines for
overseas Christmas mail deliveries.
Parcels for Great, Britain, Northern
Ireland and the Republic of Ireland must
be sent air mail My Dec. 8 if they are to
arrive in time for Christmas. Christmas
cards can be sent by surface mail until
Nov. 24, and by air mail until Dec. 13, and
all over leters must be sent by Dec. 13:
Parcels for Europe can be sent by air
mail until Dec. 1, cards can be sent by
surface mail until Nov. 10, and cards and
letters can be sent air maihintil Dec. 8.  .
Deadlines for South and Central
America are Dec. 1 for air mail parcels,
and Dec. 8 for air mail letters and cards.
Parcels can be sent by air mail to
Africa until Nov. 24, and letters and cards
by air mail until Dec. 8. The same
deadlines are in effect for Asia, Australia
ahd New Zealand.
booley took another gulp of Scotch,
then grumbled on. "I guess if she gets
HER way, we'll have to change the end
from 'Ah-men' to 'Ah person'..
' I pointed out to Booley that in all the
years I had known him he had never
struck me as a religious man; and he
pointed right back that he wasn't particularly religious, but "there were some
things, "by all that's holy", that you just
don't mess with. Don't. askjAe_why,_ but
welcomes a gambler and a cab driver like
that, just wait until he gets to me and
hears my record of preaching in the local
kirk." But alas, when Mac told the saint
that he'd been a Presbyterian preacher in
a small town in Scotland for75 years, St.
Peter was not only .totally unimpressed, he
told the Scotchman the door was closed to
"What's goin' on," roared McTavish in
his full rolling Scottish burr ... "You let
in a common gambler and a cab driver, no
questions asked, and me what's preached
the gospel for 75, years ... you close the
door in my face."
, "You can holler all you want, McTavish," answered St. Peter. "But if you
think we are making porridge up here for
one, you are sadly mistaken."
-   Having got two Scotch stories off his
chest and two Scotch ounces into it, Booley
began to feel a, little better. "I learned a
Ihew word the. other day," he said.
-^^UUage'T^sa^b^'tifuI^oTdr^#ff6m ~—— ^M—
now on 1 aia going to known as an      jjT   m Z~v    f~~-   ~]f*w
ifssswtrammi *"* Advertising.-^
I poured Booley-another good Scotch
and asked him what ullage meant."
. "You'll finuT)xitisoon~enough," he said.
"Say, when are you going to start putting
on a little weight? You are so thin that if
you had two more navels you'd look like a
_ _ —ThenBooley-wasoff again. During the
—next-two-hours-he-kept-up- a-runnin]
commentary on women in general, women
~urpafficular, and women in the bedroom
"(where-Booley felt-they-belonged when-
they weren't in the kitchen). He  interspersed his commentary with little
~remarks~j5uch  as,   ''Women  are   like
taxicabs, there'll always be another one
along in a few minutes." Or, ''Raquel
Welch   is   a   stuffed   shirt".   Or   his
description of a pretty girl he had seen in a
bikini: "She didn't have enough material
—on-her topad-acrutch;4'~And~(about_the_
same girl): "She was showing more meat
than a butcher shop window".
At the end of two hours he had drunk all
my Scotch, beat me seven games out of ten
at pool for 50 cents a game, and still hadn't
told me what a ullage was.
-   After he left,-I looked-it up. It said,
"Ullage... the quantity of Scotch by
which a bottle or cask falls short of full.,**
As an ullage maker that Booley is a
downright^ natural-born winner.
Modern, 5 storey, first class motor hotel. Good location— 1 block from
beach, English Bay and Stanley Park, near downtown,' shopping within 2
blocks. 125 attractively appointed air-conditioned rooms, studios, efficiency
units and suites — each with private bath, color TV ahd phone. Dining
Room and Coffee Shop. Lounge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting
Rooms. Drive-in lobby and free parking. '
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Tele*: 04-51161 \
Wooden Toys
& Things
Brass Ware
Tropical Plants
Flowering Plants
Clay & Plastic Pots
Between 1965 and 1971, Gerussi helped
reshape CBC morning radio with his
prpgram Gerussi! During a special visit to,
the Soviety Union, he filmed a
documentary special called From Russia.
. . with Bruno Gerussi, alsq^ a Nielsen-
Ferns Int. production. Best known for his
role" as, Nick Adonidas in The Beachcombers, Gerussi is also host of Celebrity
Cooks. '
lets you know
what's what.
Bonniere,  who  also  directed   1927, ~a   Scotchmen, me being one, and him loving
" be-telecast-on—tokid-me-about-itr— —=    ;
Sunday, November 19 on,-CBGte-English
?»'*!     "  V/,1'
•#"   tw
network at 7 p.m. and on the French^
Network at, 8:30 p.m. The screenplay for
Tbe Present was written by Doug Bowie.
This episode will be telecast in March 1979.
B.C. Ferries
cancels sailings
B.C. Ferries cancelled two sailings on
the Langdale — Horseshoe Bay run this
weekend when a loose rudder downed the
Queen of New Westminster.
A spokesman for B.C. Ferries said the
loose rudder was "caught just in time" by
a diver while berthed at the Langdale
terminal Saturday.
■ He said the rudder was secured and it
was determined that the ferry could safely
proceed tcr Horseshoe Bay. with 70
passengers and .then continue to Burrard
Drydock for complete.repairs.
. The smaller Queen of Tssawwasseh
was put on the run for the weekend and as
of Sunday no problems were experienced.
The 12.35 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. sailings to
Vancouver were, cancelled on the
weekend, however.  	
Ferry officials- say the Queen of New
-Westminsterrwas-to be back-on-the-ru'nby-
Monday, ., '
_*- "You -know-why-Scotchmen make the-
world's best ballet dancers?""lie asked.
Before I could tell him "no", he continued.
church on their tip toes when the collection'
plate coihes around."
. This ■ reminded Booley of another
Scotch joke that, even though I'd heard it
before, he insisted on telling again.lt was
line going through the pearly gates. "And
what did you do do on earth?" says St.
Peter to the first guy. "I was a gambler for
50 years," came the answer, anjfSt. Peter
swung the gatewide and welcomed him in.
"What about you?" the venerable saint
asks the next guy. "I was a cab driver for
60 years," said the fellow humbly. "Well
come on right in, then,", says Pete grandly, swinging portals wide.
"Oh boy," tnought McTavish. "If he
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Use'Tlmos' Adbrlofs to Sell, Ront- Buy, Swap otc.
Stompers tie Bananas 3-3
Wakefield Stompers were three goals
down at half time but came back to tie the
Pender Harbour Bananas 3-3 in a hard-
fought match on a frozen pitch in Pender
Harbour Sunday afternoon.
Gordie Kammerle spearheaded the
Banana onslaught in the first half with two
goals and Peter Kenny added one, to make
the 3-0 half-time offensive.
Goals by Gary Radymski and Tom Pick
and a goal on the third attempt pf a penalty
shot in the second half put theJJtompers
back in ttie game for the tie. •    •
Mike West played outstanding defence
for the Bananas.
The weekly schedule of games irt the
league continues next Sunday.
The Redskins downed Gibsons 5-0 in
soccer action this week.  .
Robert Joe scored two goals for the
Redskins and Ricky'August, Gerald Louie
and Darren Dixon took one apiece.
Sporfs briefs
Fishing report
By Sharon Schroeder, 883-2573
It has occurred to me th^t .there,are
probably many people who have never
been on a hunting trip — the veryj>ld, the
very young, and the crippled. It has also
occurred to me that they might be inr
terested in thie Joy?., of man's second
earliest sport, to go out and shoot the'tail
off spmethihg.Qs>   . ' ■ \   .
' Well, starting at the beginning/unless
he can talk his way out of it, he must take a
hunter training course. Here he is taughty.
to look down the barrel of his gun while
cleaning it so he doesn't till his hunting
companion or blow his foot away. He is
also taught not to snarl or twitch his tail.
when he sees a buck, how to read sighs (No
Parking, Keep Off Grass) and the dif-.
ference between a horse an a Bugs Bunny.
His next step is to obtain a weapon, this
he can purchase for $38.75 from a surplus;;
store. It will be an old seasoned veteran at.;
when fitted with a bayoqet. He will also
I am afraid to say that the fishing is
slowing down. They are still catching a
few spring salmon but not as many as last
week, so you should go on out therg and do
some fishing while there is still some left
to catch.
_s._Jty.ou belong to_a:group_or_Qrganization_
and would likey^our &roup.to be publicized,
send your information to the Peninsula
Times or phone Sharon Schroeder, 883-
2573.. This will enable us to do a more,
complete coverage of the peninsula sports, j
,. Sechelt Building Supplies, 4 — Sechelt
Legion, 0.
. Trail Bay Sports, 2 — A.C. Rentals and
Building Supplies t.
Roberts Creek Legion, 8—Sechelt Shop'
Easy, 1.
Cosy Court vs Gibsons to be played
League Standings P W L T Pts,
SeeheltBldgrSupplies -tr.-.■-. 8 -8-0  Or i6
TraitBaySports"..; .7  5  1, 1'   11
Roberts Creek Legion;.... 6  4  1. J    10
AC Rentals and Bldg. Sup-  .
need isome'shells to fire off when he gets
lost. He should try to find some that don't
fall out of the end of the barrel. Most of
these guns are more dangerous to the
operator, so six shells will probably outlast
both him and the gun. In fact, if he can't
stab it or beat it, he should forget it.
Next, he will need clothing, it should be
warm and bright - (flame orange or
something that flashes on and off). It does
not have to be waterproof, because he will
burn holes in it anyway.      —
Next, he will need a vehicle big jehpugh
to carry three tons of basis survival gear,
light plantrpower~saw,-swamp-buggyi
television set, a well-stocked bar, a Side of
beef arid a toilet seat. If he plans to camp
in the woods, of course he will need more
equipment. This vehicle must have at least
a 40-galloh gas tank to get him to the most
remote area of the province. Once there he
will have to stand in line to get into the
forest where the animals live.    '„-_
The animals cari be found on any ridge
or high place-where they can see the
hunter's television. Now it is well know
moose cannot read lips, so they sneak
close enough to hear the sound, where
there is always someone shooting
something—the heck off a ..whiskey bottle,
holes in'a gas tank or B.C. Hydro insulators. Considering this, it is not unusual
for a moose to get dispatched while sitting
eating his popcorn.
. Now our hunter who was watching all
this through his binoculars, picks.up his
$38.75 (both pieces) and trudges into camp
to claim the moose who is lying there with
blood shot eyes gasping a final cheer for
Howard Cosset Our hunter now puts in a
request to BUlywac for an extension to
B.C. Rail to get his moose home".
Once there, he yrill bore all his ex-
skill — how he made a hip-shot from two
•Walls •Ceilings
We install all our products
miles and. bagged it square between the
eyes. Above his fireplace (built especially
for the occasion) hang this huge rack of
horns. Upon closer inspection you may see
they are made of plastic and are stamped
''Made in Japan." Keep on stroMn'.
^Sasaratt 886-7411
Box 543
Free Estimates      No Obligation
't,;^The w^
begdiis on -Di^mbei^
3^ dinner j also there wiU bp'snadra^^i^ll
drinks throughout the ^evening. Ge£y<>ur V. |§||
irivfc entered early :'-^tl#-pria^is^^r^llll
rinlc.;Now I ask you, where ^uld yo% j^o i llll
with a cocktail hour between 7 and 8 p.m.
Snacks will be served at 2 a.m. Music by
the Music Maji from PoweU River. Tickets
will be available from the members of the
executive at the rink: There will be only
: 120 tickets on sale. Curlers, have-first. :|§11I1I§
choice, but don't delay.
bargain in the offing, a Min-Curling series.  Illl||||
Have fun, take' off .pounds and just relax at - |111|]||||1
November 28 at the Arena. The time is 9:15
to 11:15 a.m. and baby sitting is available.
The price is only $2.50 per week. Bring a
pair of Hush Puppy-type shoes, brooms
are available for rent. Some very experienced lady curlers will be on hand to
coach you until you get the hang 6? it. Join
now and you will lite eligible for the
Christmas Bonspiel I Phone Cay.at 885-2577
or Marg at 885-3146. See you onlthe ice! —
Anne Rennie »
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Sinclair Bay Road
Just up & over the Mil
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PageB-2    The Peninsula Times     November 22, 1978
' \    Phone 885-3231
For Rent
For Rent
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* at Sechelt, B.C
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DIVORCE! $100 Plus Filing
Fees — Obtain your uncontested divorce - fast - over
the telephone. Our forms and
typing services are  lawyer
approved.  Call Self-Counsel
^Services toll free (112) 800-663-
. 3035. Chargex and Master-
charge accepted.       4325-tfn
TO, FIND that special
somebody able to share
your feelings and to enjoy
your life stylfc, ask our
Computer to search for the
likes of you. No personal interview. Write or phone toJthe
International ComjJuYer
Dating Service, Vancouver
Date-World Corp., Suite 300B,
885 .Dunsmuir, Vancouver,
B.C; V6C lN7:Phone 688-5444.
- --   4332-52_
FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek-
Community Hall.  Contact
Bonnie Wigard at 885-9403.
large kitchen, modern
house. Stove & fridge, oil
furnace, split bathroom. No
dogs, please. 885-3614., 4211-52
bdrm home, semi-wf,
Heatilator fp, w-w, storage &
laundry, carport, fridge,
stove, drapes. Resp. people
only. Refs. $300 per mo. 886-
2427. , 4216-52
WATERFRONT house for
rent. Ph. evenings 886-9079.
l,30Qsq. ft. home, 1 yr. old, 3
bdrm, full bsmt, carport, 2
FPs, 2 bath, 2 sundecks, $350
per mo., excluding util. 2
reliable refs. 886-7995,885-3995
or 886-2207. - 4339-2
SUNNY 3 bdrm house, near
new, full bsmt, view. $300
per mo. 886-7881. 434(W2
18'   K&C,   140   Merc   I-O,
complete with trailer. 885-
3127.       " 4215-52
Good winter moorage
1.25 per foot:.
20 ton marine ways   )
Down Narrows Rd./
Madeira Park--'
883-2406 24 hrs.
INCORPORATE yourself -    Modern 9. tarirnnin hptwp with
In a 3-hour session Patsy
Baker will show., how to
arrange dried orfresh flowers,
and other materials from
nature.  •    ,
November 25, 9 a.m. to Noon..
Chatelech Junior Secondary-
School, Art Room
Fee: $5 excluding materials,
Judy Maynard will teach-the
building   of   gingerbread^
rrhouses in two 2-hour:sessions.
.Bring   pen  and  paper  for
ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous
Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30
pm, Wilson Creek Community-
HaU. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-
tf    '-■ ..   .  .   ...
fast - over the telephone
toasso0ur forms ahd typing services
are 'lawyer approved. Call
Self-Counsel Services toll free
(112) 800-663-3035. Chargex
and Mastercharge approved."?
November 25 and December 2,
9 a.m. -11 a.m.
Chatelech Junior Secondary
School,  Home  Economics
Fee: $6 excluding "materials..
own  Christmas
Corlyn Cierman
JMake your
cards with
December 2,10 a.m. - 4 p.m
Elphinstone Art Room
Fee $8 excluding materials.
A demonstration on how to
- sew inexpensive" Christmas
gifts like velour slippers, oven
mitts, scarves, attractive
organizers to hang on the
walls, etc.
November    25-Noon,
Elphinstone    Secondary
School, Textile Rm.
November 25, 1 p.m.-4 p.m.,
Chatelech Junior Secondary
"School,  Home  Economics
Room.    <&*       	
Fee: $5.
Shelley       Heddon      will
demonstrate how make-up
GARAGE SALE Sun., Nov. 26,
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Antiques &
collectibles. Household items,
rugs. Corner of Mason &
Hwy,, West Sechelt/    4331-52
HAVE FUN with ladies' 3 wk.
curling session. Starting
_Tues.-, Nov- 28-at-SC-Arena.-
9.-15 a.m.--U:15 a.m. $2.50 wk.
Baby sitting provided. Phone
-ay8852577rMarg 885-3146.
AM' LOOKING for local
). writers, photographers,
artists et al with keen environmental perspective to
j help,provide_B ,C._ content _for_
quarterly journal. Call Paul
Handshy. 886-7979.        4291-1
GARAGE   SALE   &   open
house. Garden Bay Firehall,
Nov. '26, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free
coffee, cake &; balloons.
.     4252-52
EWART: Passed-away sud:
denly at Roberts Greek on
November 13, 1978, Kenneth
Austin Ewart, late of Roberts
Creels and West Vancouver.
Survived by bis loving wife
THE DATE of your life is in
our computer's memory
banks. Our space-age process
will "unearth the right match to
your aspirations, motivations
and tastes. No personal interview. Write: Date-World,
Suite 300B, 885 Dunsmuir St.,
Vancouver, B.C. V6C 1N7.
"Phone 688-5444.        " ~4267-52
Help Wanted
Help!! Sellers urgently
needed for the Greenpeace
'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make
money!   Save  life!   !!Im:
-portant-Notice! I-During-the-
mail strike Greenpeace 'Go
" Anywhere' lottery tickets will
be distributed'by Greenpeace
volunteers. The number to call
in this area is:„, 898-5851 or
Greenpeace Vancouver 736-
032.1. 4921-tfn
DRIVER for Community
Resource Society mini-bus.
Class 2 lie. Applicant should
be familiar with coast area.
Apply, in writing to Box 1069,
^echeit. VON 3A0. ';-     4346-52
CLERK-TYPIST whose duties
will include dispatching of
Resource Society mini-bus.
Apply in writing to Box 1069,.
Sechelt VON 3A0. 4348-52
dining room, laundry room,
carpeted throughout, ensuite,
fireplace, appliances, heat-
and light Heehnled. Gower
Pojnt area $325 per month.
^o^eAr-v~Medrooin'family home ta
4324-tfir^g|bsonSi    Fireplace . and
carpeted $325 per month., ,
Newly decorated two bedroom
suite in lower Gibsons. Appliances included, bright and"'
cheery with beautiful view of
the harbour. $230 per month.
Ranch at Pender Harbour - 2
bedroom home, near new
barn, pasture~~all fenced and
ready ~to~user$300 permonth.
Bachelor suite 'in lower
Gibsons. Modern kitchen, w-w
throughout, partly furnished,
heat and light included. Only
$165 per month.
furn. on Naylor R&, close to
Tillicum Marina. Ph. 885-9471
or 885-9557 after 6 p.m. 4329-52 21' FIBREFORM 165 hp IB^
  OB,  head,   sounder,   CB,
Wanted to Rent cassette tape, spare prop.,
  many extras, moorage" paid
wamtTn-w«„,.„,«,+„«,+  Smitty'sMarina 'til May 79.
WANT TO rerrt garage to store $7500.886-9491.              4354-2
. car for winter months. 88&- _^_y
j747'       -   . .   ;  ,   4m52' - 15' 6" Sidewirig Hourston
_    .- _■ *   :    :        : Glass^raftr(new) .7.. iv^OOO-
^Real Estate : -.18?Sal»maiaIIIMMfer»	
___!        '   -  Qt                                  $4 goo
CHILLIWACK, treed, fenced - 17' K&C Therniogias/llS
property.- 160x65', 4 bdrms, hp Evinrude $2,800
-1%i baths, 2 fps, greenhouse. WJpterizing& Boat Moving
fish pond, own well, billiard Immediate Repair Service <
room. Many extras. Offers to 7davsaweek
$81,900.112-792^688.     4317-52 ,          ginclairBayRd. ■'
BY OWNER: smaller 3 bdrm 883-2722 or ,
older home, 1 blk. to beach. 883-2602 (eves.)
Only $29,500.885-3742.  .4342-52 , 4355-tfn
WASHER & DRYER Sale still
on at Macleods in Sechelt.
885-2171. We deliver all over
the Peninsula. 4344-52,
PHILIPS chord organ, rich
tone, looks new. Teaching
books incl. Hear it! $395. 885-
2324. 4347-52
KEY CUTTING machine plus
asst of keys ("approx. 300).
886-2615 or 885-5664.      4349-52
GIRLS 20" bike $40'; girls ice
skates, size 13 $5; queen size
spread $20; stereo $20. 885-
3742. 4351-52
30" OLDER GE range, excel,
cond'n. $75.885-9876.    43C1-
%y4 •"•    •
-Store.- Experienced, fur-
LENNOX electric furnace, 25
"kw with cable, $350 obo. 886-
9275 Sat. & Sun. 4240-52
16^ FT. Fiberglass boat with
80 hp Merc'.; 1 canoe; tent
trailer;  500 fuel tank with
stand; 19" color TV. 883-2417.
1 NEW horizontal oil furnace,
109,000 btu; nr. new propane
stove; used bathtub, sink &«
doors. 885-2100. ' 4233-52
GARAGE   SALE   &   Oper
House, Garden Bay Fire
Hall, Nov.-26. 10 a.m,4 p.m.
Free coffee, cake & bklloons.
■ 4251-52
CB Marine Package
niture. Halfmoon Bay, 885/
2639. FrL-Sun. 9:30-6.     4304-2
9939. A
$150/ 883-
LADIES clubster combination
golf bag & cart/$35. 885-3549
aft. 5 pm.      / 4307-52
Work Wanted
wife Patricia, Michael and his
"wive1, Denise;" 1' 'daughter
Jenifer and her husband Bill
Wells; 1 daughter-in-law
Jeanne; 8 grandchildren; his
mother Mrs. Lillian Ewart;  :	
sister Noreen Hayr. Service        CLAPP CONCRETE
«„t  ,,„,,,.  KODf    was held Friday, November 17 Placing and Finishing.  All
,_fllu .your   best—in-We<rt^Vancoiroer-Reverend—ftmev^f-^nTTT*lTs~Tfotrif-
nmt. timp will ho      n "Coiryain.vuvei, ryeveieiiu lypeb   ui   uontreie    worn.
ome time will be    w    Valentine   officiated.- Patios, Floors, Foundations.
Cremation.   Devlin  Funeral Driveways,- Custom Work.
Home, directors. 4316-52 Concrete leakage problems;
Phone Mr. Dowman or Mr.
(1978) LTD.
TRAILER  spaces   in  West
Sechelt.    1    doublewide
24x40 singes. 885-2079.    4224-
~tfn ^	
2 BDRM house on 2 acre lot in
Wilson Creek. References
. require4J35-3536 or 884-5341. -
^ 4226-52
DELUXE  WF  unfurn.  cottage, 2 bdrm, 2 bath, fridge,
stove,  w-w carpet, drapes,
, $2§Pj).er,jnonthAMad^ira Rark,
area. 883-9098. 4286-r
GIBSONS   2    bdrm    apt..
Spacious,   w-w,   fridge/
stove, elec. heat, view. Days
985-8761, eves. 926-6609. 4258-1
features. I
allowed for discussion about
and questions.
November-25, Saturday, 1-3:30
.p.m....;.-:- ■■   ■
Chatelech Junior-Secondary^
School, Room 112
Fee: $5.
Please  pre-register for  all
Continuing Education
'....,  9 a.m.-4p.m.
j       7    4326-52
& Ron Phare, Roberts Ck.
Community Hall, Npv. 24, 9
£.m. Tickets. $3 at Seaview
Ikt. &JBeachcomber Hotel.
*   4341-52
"W~&IBSONS Dec/ 1st.  4
bdm, furn, $250/per mon.
-731-8834r- r-f- 426W-
. waterfront, $25,500.
Oceanfront estate, oyster
beach. Southwest facing..
-Modern—home—and cottage,
$79,000. Hornby -Island:
modern 2 bdrm home,
opeanview, $25,000. Ocean-
view % acre, $6,200. Galiano
Island: new" cedar bi-level
home, 9 acres, maples, tall
timber, drilled well, stream,,
barn, $89,500. Phone collect:
Temple Sinclair, 335-2475; Pat
Branch, Nanaimo Realty Co.
Ltd., Hornby Island. B.C. VOR
1Z0. 4318-52
3 bdrms upstairs, full
basement with rec. room &
extrajidrm downstairs. Good
yiew. TMcely'nandscaped' &
fenced. Reduced to $4^,900.
885-3855    /
Business Opportunities
Sales/    House,     Shop,
^Warehouse, Equipment. High
turnover. Will accept property.
pr what, as part payment.
/Williams Lake Realty, 392-
4117. 4272-52
FOR,     SALE:      Massey-
truck dealership in central
Alberta. Owner will ^accept
-home-in-Kelowna '	
CERTIFIED Farrier, Hans
Berger is coming to Coast.
Contact Sunshine Farm. 89%
375i:r- - -99%ifh
is available for veterinary
work every 'Mondaj/Practice
limited to horses only.
°For appointment
please call:
112-530-5344 (Langley)
/ox Diana Starbuck
*     7      886-9739
9 YR. OLD mare Palomino-
_Arjab_._cross, _15_.1_'_ hands,_
experienced rider, $350. Ph.
483-9664. - 7645-52
APPROX/120  8x8x16" jgew
Duralite bldg blocks. 70c ea.
You picfc up. 8854445.   4314-52
/- Now. People's Photoworld
/ltd. offers great Christmas
Specials        for        color
-enlargements,.35mm or 120
negatives. 8x10, $4.95; dry
mounting $1.00; 11x14, $6.95;
mounting $2.00; 16x20, $10.95;
mounting $3.50. Cropped,
dodged etc to specifications.
Add 5 pet. tax, $1.50 mailing.
Send" prepaid' to People's
Princeton, B.C.  3 day lab
time. " . 4320-52
loud' speaker.  $134.95~ (also ~
sold separately).
Prentis Enterprises ..
884-5240 ,
■   5000-46
12" ZENITH black & white
TV, $119,-brand new,-full
warranty. S.C. TV, Cowrie St.,
Sechelt. 885-9816. 4284-1
PHIL'S second hand store.
Buy & sell used furniture &
misc, Cowrie St., Sfechelt. 885-*
3835 eves. 4248-52 -
Legal Notices
this date,. November 22, 1978,
am not responsible for any
debts incurred by anyone
other than myself.       4302-52
DOORS! — B.C's. Lowest
Prices! Prehung Interior,
$15.90; Prehung "Exterior,
$37.00; Fancy Doors, $49.00.
Huge stock. Walker's. 266-
_7211,_1366_S.W. Marine Dr.,-
Vancouver,V6P5Z9.    4323-52
nr.-new Raven folk guitar,
$25.886-9396 aft. 4.        4330-52'
REGISTERED    chocolate
Labrador pups. Males &
females. Excellent hunting^
ANTIQUE PINE jelly cup-
w board & matching cabinet,
fieid \riar:Swk!.*;Ready'Jto ".^pair; Axminster' ^$50;^
5307: '        /     ,/  '    4259-1
5#0,!aft.6wK§nds:, • r'4332-52'
WANTED young female fox or
scotch   ' terrier.      Not
necessarily purebred. 88B-
7090. 4309-52
fridge, $100.
Card of Thanks
iTHE JFAMlL^f' Elearawr
Jennie Richardson wish to
extend their heartfelt
gratitude to the staff of our
extended care ward of St.
Mary's Hospital for their,
tender loving care of our
mother & grandmother. 4338-
52 , -
PHOTOGRAPHS publishiBd in
The Peninsula Times can be
ordered for your own use at
The Times office.       1473-tfn
Seepage   or   high   pressure
■4 ; phoneiVVayne Clapp^
for free estimates
after 7 p.m. '
/^ Box 134i Sechelt
3 BDRii hon
i. Quiet, Sechelt
area, nr, beach.
WILL BABYSIT weekday's 4n
rny, home. Davis Bay. 885-
J'f'AGES,' weekly or
>nthly, Housekeeping
i, furnished, TV. Ritz
il.886-24Q1.    ...   4249-tfn
M .
Hie Peninsula Times Classifieds
3 lines for $2.15
Run your ad 3 times for the price
Print your od In Iho iqunroi. Bo'iure lo loave a blank
Thras linos it tl ,15, Sort, uddltlonol lino Is 60c,
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/ seeks work. Exp. in all
' aspects boatbuilding;  house
carpentry &. cabinet work.,
Reliable worker, reas. rates.
For free est; & professional
Job, call Allan May, 885-5765.
—Experienced, Insured work?
—Prompt, guaranteed
service?       „,,      „ ,
—Fair estimates?
Then give us a call:
WORK WANTED by 23 yr.
.», man. Phono Tod, 8854453,  »
Top prices paid. Egmont
Contracting Ltd.. 883-9006 or
880-0000.' 4336-2
'Avri'Hhble after TiackUkt yr,
experience 6c 6 mos, of school.
Very reliable & have good
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WlfcL DO your perflonalhc
. counting Jn my home.
Qualified nccountantr B85-'
3.409. ,  t,    jafia.1,
FOUR BDRM mobile home.
Set  up.in  West  Sechelt
Trailer Park. Ref. required..
Ph. 885-2600. . V   7 tfn
DUPLEX Davis Bay. 1 blk.
fro«i school, 2 bdrm, no
appliances. Avail, immed.
$175,885-9719.' ■,'....   4951-tfn
EXECUTIVE House Apart*
ments:•'( now renting.
Ovenooking Gibsons Harbour, 37 deluxe 1 & 2 • bdrm
suits. Featuring controlled
front entrance, colored appliances, cablevision,
panoramic view, extra -
soundproof suites, drapes, w-
w carpets. Rents from $230.
Inquire at 886-9593 aft. 5 p.m.
•■   »■  4072-tfn
mente. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.
Reas.   rent.   Incl.   heat,
cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-
, 7830 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.
, 4121-tfn
1   BDRM   apartments   In
-   Socholt,   Fridge *&  stove
Included.  $175'- $245,  Call
Hayden, 885-2283.
WHY RENT? No down
' payment, 197112 x 48, nice
cond,, 2 bdrm, $90,60 per mo.
plus pad fee. 1074 12x68 3
bdrm, $122 per mo. 920-1024, '
— -4936-tfn
BDRM HOUSE, l^i bath,
Garden Bay .Estates, $400
Incl, utility. 77(W0Q aft. 0 p.m.
collect. 4231-52
2 BDRM sulto lower Gibsons.
Suitable for Voung couple
with baby. 080-7223,     4350-52
HOUSE IN Sechelt. 0 bdrms.
8894211. 4298-2
trade. Excellent opportunity
for the right person? Contact
Arnold-Emsley, Co-op Trust,
CamrdSerAlta. 872-1131or672^
1875;        fV.-::      ,4319-52
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Income Tax preparation
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Tax Services, 220 St. Mary's
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chises available.•'■■        4321-52
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Mobile Homes
12x48 2 bdr^m 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 Rdl, N.Van. 986-
5334, Automotive & Industrial
cooling specialists. Pick up &
delivery can be arranged. Call
now for fast, economical
service.        .   ■     ' 4024-tfn
•73 VOLVO std., good cond.,
all options, $2,000' obp. 085-.
2017 or 805-5607, 4206-52
'73 25 FT. Kustom Koach.
Excel, cond'n. Set up ln
Capllano Trlr,  Pk.  Asking
$7200.883-9000 or 880-9060.
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Cars and Trucks
'76 AUSTIN Marina,   Good
tiros & snow. Well maintained. 40,000* ml, $1,800. 885-
9017,    '   ■ ■■ 4205-1
'07 GRAND PRIX, orig. miles
57.000,400 cu, ln, engine, ps,
pb, tilt steering. Immaculate,
$2,000 firm. B85J6070,    ,4250-1
'07 TRIUMPH for sale. $400.
,886-7888. 4311-62
white   handknit   Indian,
sweater at the Arena, Sat.,    ,
...Nov. lLReward. 885-9208..: yr
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Overhaul, Tuneups,
Chemical Wash, Parts for
Notice of Creditor -
and Others
(Cy Johnston)
-^ Deceased
NOTICE is hereby given, that^
creditors ^having . claims
against the Estate- of Cyril
Kenneth Johnston, o.k.a. CY
Johnston,. deceased, late of
Granthams Landing, B.C., are
hereby required to send them
to the undersigned Executrix
at 2404 Williams Avenue,
North Vancouver, B.C. V7K
1Z3, onorbefore_29th,Lday-of-
mBerja978iTafter which
date ,=the ;, Executrix will
distribute the said Estate
among the parties entitled
thereto,havingregardonly to
the claims of which she then
has notice.
Wanted toABuy
waterfront .property,
preferably developed on Coast
- Sechelt to Pender Harbour.
$20,000-$40,000. Immed.
possession. No^agentspls.980-
3188 or write 1184 Kilmer, N.
Van.   •■ i. "   • ■      "'-^;4353-2
WANTEP: 2 HP OB motor,
built-in tank, good'running
cond'n. 883-9298. 4343-52
WANTED  to  buy,
piano. 8864204. ,
LANDROVER for parts. Must
have 10" whecls-885-3587.
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ELEC.  RANGE  24" max.;
double- spring   bed   on
rollers; bed chesterfield. 883-
9927.      > 4356-52,
For Sale
•02   COMET   4
dr,   sedan,
2 now tires,
FISHER woodbijrning stove
with the 10 year guarantee
can be seen at Radio Shack, J
&C Electronics.        4055-tfn
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LADIES, Mens, Childrens,
Maternity Clothing, 'New &
Noarly     Now'.     Encore
► Boutique, 2446 Marino Dr.rW.--
Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat.
104.          4457-tf,
Hx 22x22 wide coal or
wood heater "Jubilee Circulator',' with water pan.
Heavy cast, brick lined. Good
cond., $200.885-9347.     4245-52 -
PRAWNS; 8854005 or-M.V.
"Marnnatha",   Madolra
Park gov't wharf.        4204-1
For Quick KmuII*
All Work Guaranteed
21 Years Experience
 Phone Steye at ...^.^,—.
,■4.''■■.,;, : .• ,^  '    4150-tfn
14" TOSHIBA color TV on
■rw swivel base ."color gold, used
only 3 months, $325 (reg.
$569); Kenmore zig-zag
sewing maching in handsome
cabinet;,$175; 36" roll-away
bed, never, useq, $75; old
sewing machine in oak
cabinet, $60; black rocking
chair w-yellow cushions, $40,,
886-7485,:        ,; 4,273-1
QUALITY  wood  heaters  -
Ulefos   of  Norway.   Petit.
r,Godin of France, Kfesno
combination heater-fireplace'.
Save energy, burn wood.
Write MllesYnd., 1293 Marine
Drive, North Vancouver, B.C.
Vacation tho uhhassled way.
Campers fully equipped &
heated & insured.
$70 per week
Wo Imve added to our fleet 21'
Winnebago   Motor yHomo.
Superbly caulppcd.   f
plus 10c a mile
SPT Nov.
15, 22, 29,
3^ bdrms upstoirs; .v^yll
basement w/rec rm arid extra
bdrm downstairs; Good view
in Selma Pk: Nicely1,, landscaped and fenced,      ';
, Reduced to $49,900    ,
'09 DODGE 0 cyl,
pickup. $525.008-r
Va ton
,   4298-
poi* Rent
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Sochelt, $190 per mon. Ph;   97O8,
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The Peninsula limes Classifieds
2 BDRM  mobllo home *W,w ? "BDRM HOUSBr~0echeltrr
private lot, $179 per mo, o2fl-
1024 aft. 0.       „'       4131-tfn
Available Dec. 1, $250. Ph;
IMi5-3409. ^ 431042
Boats and,Engines
18' BOAT, IM HP OB, 8854921
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Woodburn Stovei
IK Fuol Ltd.
Wood    ttovoi    by    FUhor,
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•science of mind
•new Bought
Dr,   Lorn*    McLaan,
Minister of Science of
AAlnd Center, of
Vancouver, will be
vising In Roberts
Croek, ^Friday
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24\\i,-^t:'foij  would
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1x8 Utl Channel
Cedar Siding,        $329,00 M
1x3'Strapping ,,,.,.,.10ft
1x4 Strapping 12 ft
2x3x6'Shorts .......08 ft,
2x4x6'  12 ft
,2x,4Util. precut, ,.18 ft
2x4 Econo Studs , 79 oa.
2x4 Econo FlrR,.,,.12 ft
2x6 Shorts,, -, ,19 ft
2k6 Util. Precut 29 ft
2X6U1H.R-L ,,,, 22ft
2x8x6' ,,  .27 ft.
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210Sq. Butt 8.19 hell.
4" Perfo Sewer ,
4" Solid Sewer,,
100 ft Big 0 Pipe
.75 ft
, .89 ft
$35 roll
40 lb. Coal,,,.,' 3.49
Prosto Lofe bu Ik:       . 25 oa'.
Flro togs ...,,,: 3 for $2,99
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(/ r. \  \.... . \...  A  '1   i  1  ���..���:������'<.:  rA:~rr  ���~\' -.���  �����s>p':  Architect move with times  . The architectural  profession is currently being  forced to reassess and renew  itself to meet dramatically  changing -demands of society  and the economy, according to.  W. Donald Baldwin of Winnipeg, President of ttie Royal  Architectural Institute of  Canada.  -He - says  conditions   are  radically different now than  anything encountered before.  In thq, 1950's and 1960's architects-and engineers were.  v faced .jvith only one main  l��� to efficiently plan  the enourmous ��� growth that  took place in Canada in those  decades.   But'today-the  profession is "faced Mth sUCh  diverse   developments   as  consumerism and increasing  government involvement in  construction, as well as a  much   lower   volume   of  -building thaniirprevious-erasr  The 3J00 member national  -organizaTion-of-architects-is-  vices, energy, conservation,  research, land use, housing,  'construction statistics, in-  ternatlonal development  programs, and Heritage  Architecture.  ' RAIC also intends ;>Jo  scrutinize current educational  programs being offered by  schools of architecture, at  various Canadian universities  to establish where the schools  really are comparative.  Presently most Canadian.  architectural firms have a  "modest work load", ae-,  cording to Mr, Baldwin, but  _his_prediction.for.the future is_  optimistic.  He  feels   many ,  ��� projects of the future will be of  a "smaller .scale" but will  increase in number. There  will be less need for downtown  shyscrapers ih the xoming  years, he said,-but an acceleration of the trend to  renovate and refurbish older  buildings.  Wednesday, November 22,1978  The Peninsula Times  Page R-3  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.   883-2233-  Olli Sladey  REALTY  LTD.  TOLL FREE FROM  VANCOUVER:  689-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  HOMES  3  GARDEN     BAY     ESTATES,  ��� $56,000.  Price reduced on this 3 BR rancher,  built 1975. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport & storage. Landscaped lot.  Excellent home for retirement ��� no,  stairs. $56,000.  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home - 3  new   appliances,   fireplace.   $'95,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3'  BR cedar home, built 1975. View and  many extras. $105,000.  'MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4  view home) -architect designed,  major appliances. $77,0Q0.  WARNOCK ROAD ��� furnished 2 BR  -mobile home, 12 x 60', on large, level  landscaped lot. $28,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4  lOl. $37,500.  ��� 2 BR home,  acre lot on Hwy  GARDEN BAY ��� 1176 sq ft 2 BR vfc^/  home, full basement, sundeck. Built  1975. $56,000.  "FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3+ acre lot. $28,500.  .: -v- b*^.-y/y^*"r^5w Xze$x W. t��-v*ai  vT��*TJ*'a&j���� TSp^sfca*��>-s3u_   MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with^  view   on   landscaped   lot.   Large  workshop^, equipment storage area in  back.    Ideal   location   for'   builder/-  contractor. $69,500.  CLAYDON ROAD, GAR~DEN 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.  Pender Harbour Realty Ltd.  HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.   -  BUSINESS Ponderosa; Grocery  &  Drive-In, at  Garden Bay. Owner will'take house in' trade." Phone for par<  ticulars on this going concern to Mike Rosse at 883-9378.  McNaughton point ��� 1.9 acres of view  waterfront overlooking Malaspina Strait. Attractive 3 bedroom,  1200 square feet home. A fine property going for $70,000.  WATERFRONT HOME ��� Near neW home with 4.  presently lauching a number  of programs designed to bring  architectural practices . into  .line with trends iii modem  society. In tfie political realm,  for    instance,'   RAIC    is'  establishing aV"parlunen|ary*  ������ liaison" program in hopes of ���  opening    lines    of    communication   between   ar-  chitetcs and federal MPs. One  architect - living   in   each  federal constituency has been  selected to call on the local  ���MP to,'initiate 'one to one'  ' discussions   in   all   constituencies,  which   will   in-'  troduce architects tb the  political  process   and   con-  aversely, parlimentarians to-  the practice of architecture.  Arcfiitect-MP discussions wW  also centro on such topics as,  architectural fees and sor-  bedrooms, deep safe moorage, southern exposure. Full price  $60,000.  ���   "^ARGTflNTW^Om^TOT--And a real bargain, it Is  with clean beach, free moorage, clams and oysters just step:  '.away* Price;jyst $12,000, ['__.  k..X..A. ..._;���        ��� ;  jiECRET C6VE AREA ��� 10.6 acres with 400' beach,  [water and power available, road In. FP $125,000.  ONE ACRE,l,.OTS ��� On Francis Peninsula. Privacy  plus value In this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't delay.  $15,000,.each]  EXCELLENT;��� building lot. F��>nt. Road, Madeira  Park, Fully serviced, $10,500.  -r��� imixi.v. ; ���' ���   ',i'-,> ; ' ��� ,   ;  ���*���  WATERFRONT LOT X~ Deep and protected moorage  In Egrnont, Has trailer pad, septlcs and water and power.  $3,5,000.  ,        , ��� , >  7 ACRES ��� on'Highway 101 close to Madeira Park.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope. Asking $35,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Extra large (650) building  lot with 72' frontago on McKlintock Road, $9,500 or offarsr  PHONE 883-2794  JOHN BREEN MIKE ROSSE        JOCK HERMON  883-9978 -���B83-9378 883-2745  The Opportunity of a Lifetime  ' ' *      ' ' - ' ' ' ��� i ���  . ���    ���' ' i  Evoryono la looklnQ for a decent opportunity, and Tempo Products 8, Con��truc��lon Is  offering you |u��t that, a chance to havo tho.homo of your cholco bulll to your specification^  but at an alfordablo prlco, When you ctontract Tempo Products & Construction to Mid your  homo It will bo ono of quality materials, quall}^ workmanship ant( qudllty sorvlco lb you, the  customer. '   . -, ,      ,  Of courso thorp aro reason* for ovorythlng, |u��t as thoro ara reasons tot Tempo's low  prlco, so lot's examine a couplo, .,_    ,   j     *       ,      " '      '  first, wo build an tho vo|um?ba��l��, sp tho jiroflt figures por homo aro substantially  I6wqrj��d, rpfloctad by tho low, prlco, I, '  y. " . ,'"*,''  Second, a homo'can bo built In 1 )/2 month* with tho proper organisation and co-  ordination comblnod with accurate ft quality workmanship adding up to savings which In  turn aro passed on to you.  Now, then, what doos this low prlco Includo?       j  ��� A complo^dotallod and porsopallKpd homo planning sorvlco,  * Handling of blueprint*, permit* anfl Inspection*. ,  /,  * Thermal pano window*, comploto wllh wood y<|riVlow return* A a|| wood, trim throughout  homo, �� , ��� ,       . .  i ��� I. i  * Q" calling A Insulation, & Intulatod wall pockets,  * 5/0!' tonauo A groove sub-floor plywood, olnod to floor |ol��t�� A 5/0" roof plywood,  * brick chimney A flroplaco ,.���....,.       * i  " all oxtorlor lundock* flbroglassod,  * concroto ��|dowalk�� anc) drlvoway*, ,���   '      ,    .  A��-��aivbo soon,nothing Iii tho homo I* lalt, unfinished, bocauto wo donll know how lo  cut corner*, Vol wo maintain a low prlco and a cjuallty product,  I So, whothor you'ro lntoro��tad In a now homo, ��ummor homo, rot'lromoni homo, RRAP  ���    lob or ��mqll r/mowyjpjxj-Jm** dgw^ *�����,���^^.,..  '"'" " ' '*   ���"*���*" U      ,,;   Romombor, don'l lot till* opportunity of a llfotimo pass YOU by>, ' Xj ',  LIUIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home pn  5�� acres. Fruit trees, garden.. View  over lake. $77,500.  _JRVINES-LANDING���3 BR view hom*~  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to marina. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for  additional $10,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane       windows,  fireplace, w/w~3 Bathrooms. Easy walk  to stores. PO & marinas. $67,500.  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 1596 sq ft 5 Bfc  home with 3 bathrooms, partially,  finished rec room, hot wpter heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. $84,000.  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE^  LOTS AND ACREAGE  LOTS  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/Fiin Pender Harbour, 1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above 1.22*  acres. $36,500.  S7T&   Bluff   waterfront,   view ,over  Bargain Harbour. Asking $21,500 but  4. 220* ft low bank sheltered  waterfront. 1.24 treed acres. $48,000.  11.6 ACRE ISLAND,��� 3' BR furnished  panabode, float. ' Water & hydro  $165,000.  LOTS  I.MADEIRA  PARK  ���  serviced   lot's  $7.000-$22,000.  -open-t ��-offers  BROOKS   COVE  ���   194'.  waterfront,  access by trail (1000' frdm parking),  $9,000-$24,000.  ilNSULA-Jserviced-lots,-  6. MOBILE HOME LpTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis . Peninsula.  $11,000-Sl 2,750.  7. BARGAIN HARB0UR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced! $25.000, '   ���  Tt'-seirtlinflTltydroS water. $25^007  ACREAGE  8; SELMA PARK'"��� lot With beautiful'  WESTMERE    BAY   '��� y'T^OOar^r  wbterfront on  4.8 treed acres.  Nice'  ,beach and rocky point. Water access  only. $47,500. *  :ST^INCE^:ffAY .^365��:f t Iwqter,-  front, ,6.71 acres, wat��r access.  $29,500.  EARLS COVE ��� 5,57 acres, 450��. ft  sheltered waterfront adjoining ferry  terminal. $125,000.  ^3.GTARDEN BAY~AREA ��� _view lots.        -view, close to beach. $22,000.  $12,900-$21,250.    '       yX.y    ..-..,'     :7-<Xy '  9. FRANCIS. PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  - 4r^SANbY"HOOK"^:':vrewT Tot pn '/ faylIHir^lCTyol''^qrner'bf Cochrane;and  nPorpbise Drive. $ 1 (T&OO. ^   ,      ."    "<--���"��������� o^Za*- *iVj>nn t'to'nnS  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ���  Sinclair Bay Road. Serviced lots, most  with view, three with lakefront. Priced,  , from $10,000 to- $37,500,  CdmeFon~Rba^ds; WtrO00-$ 13,000?  \2  ,N[CIS   PENINSULA   ROAD  servicetl lot, low price. $7,000.  JUNaiON IStAND ���ST. VINCENT BAY  Beautiful 1B,75�� acro Island In Jervl* Inlot with humorous good building  ���lto��, oxcollont sheltered moorage, and sovpral coves,, Well trood with fir,  codar, arbutu* ��� somo morchantablo tlhnbor. Oyster bod; Only 15 minutes  rldo by fast boat from Earls Covo or Egmoht. $120,000.  ACREAGE  1. Silver Sands ��� 1.8�� acres. Gulf  view, 10 x 50';furnlshed mobile home,  small cabin, $45,000.  2. Silver Sand* -^ 1.6��- acres. Gulf  view, furnished 12 x 60 mobile home,  Ad|olns above property. $45,000.  3. Kleindale���5�� acros on Hwy 101,  $21,000.  4,Klear Ruby Lake ��� 0.39 acres on  Hwy 101, $25,000; ��� ,n   '  5, Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acros,  21503; ft on Hwy 101. $44,000,  6. Kleindale ��� 23.7 acres, sorrie  merchantable 'timber; Lots of trees for  building a log house, $50,000,  7," Francis Peninsula ��� 1.8�� acres,  .corner, of of Warnock and Francis  Peninsula Roads. $17,500,  8. KLEINDALE   ���   16��   acres,   with  creek, across Hwy, 101 from^Potider /  Harbour  Secondary  School.  $35,000.'���i ^  9. WARNOCK   ROAD '���   level  lot,  almost one acre. Good soil, selectively  ' cleared, $24,000. ' �� y  WATERFRONT HOMES  m*'* ' "'���  '" ' '1 ''' "' " "1 1 ...'ii 1   j,.-.  |UK^FR0HTPR0PERTiES|  SAKINAW LAKE ��� 1300* ft lakofront!  241: acro*, 4 OR furrwhod panabodo,,.,  float. $105,600, V  u��.llWY..tMx**j��Hmq��,..9lpwjq���,  public Tako acco*s, $19,000,  , f  CARTERS LANDING��� Sakinaw Lahe,  24,0.4: acro*, 1350* fl lakofront, road  accoss, houso, crook, $135,000,     ���  SAKINAW LAKE - 375* ft cholco  low bank lakofront, 6.65 acros,  road accei't, $54,000.  D.L, 3250 "-- botwoon Sakinaw A Ruby  ,llJLako��.~.l500��.lt..on. Sakinaw-'|ako,  crook, Hallowoll Rd ond* at proporty.  $115,000. .'...���  RUBY LAKE ��� 400 �� ft lakofrontago,  3�� trood acres, road accoss. $49,600.  ���    1  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ~ 5BR homo,  full basomont, 1997 ��q ft on main floor,  Dull! 1976, Soparato 700 iq ft  workshop. On 122�� cholco watorfront  lot with ramp A float, $100,000.  ��� i  ^V  ,���.... 1  -IIP"  ,mWm%^m*mm*Sm^  TEMPO PRODUCTS & CONSTRUCTION  f,,.���,���,  iiliillliii  ��� YOUR KEY^TO   SUCCESSFUL BUILDINO.  ssssEys  i  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  I  r _________%       '  VHmlmmmTaiJi, p^f<Vi7>.4l3ffiTliiKlOliMM mmmmmmrmrmmmmmmmwmmmmMUmmH \ "���  WIKKItkwm TT"!,��� 1,   1 "^^^*^^WSm\\\''' "ncnoAKin ���nTv*''''"''��>nri'a. n \m-a7 77'        FRANCIS l��ENiNSUiA ~- Iqrno 13  Bk  ��V- �����-����. **-���,Kim 'wi^~ *��eum Vt"oroEl9ir ��� mo_m, ��otkUr;ffaat;;,,$ ifaoft'^^r'* ^X.^J}\<S.^mm.';?:,,. 7^m^22��� ^. *iV  knn��       *..%*��.I ��->fllAlnlnn       lliJ��M       m...^a  f\  . "       ,        Wi   '   I ' 1  ,_,'.;������,. 1 '-.Am ��n*"c-i. ���*i~'*?��te' i,"i*r> .���  mm^frnmitit *t*i< d'i����*����n��i'UtM rmi-f ���, ii�� ^ttpwkJ .#*? f^A.wmmmmfatm (        ,         . ... ....             , .._���.,,,    ���,^., ���   ���  Gonoral ��jorop3 BR retidonco, rental ad|olnlng living quarter*, Ono acro  hou to, On',1,10* acro* with 160*'ft with 104* Irontago on Madolra Park Rd,  ���holtorod, doop watorlront. $103,000 ���Zonod R3< i|2.000,                ���.   .  plu* ca��h for ����ock, ~'  .y,,.k,..  ���f$r$m^vizcm.iw!0  V  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  ��-|r piw'i^|i^f������n'y**ttt"''*''"'*il*"<"*  ���.  HUM  OLLI or JEAN SLADEiY, 883-2233  IMMMIW��MMIM  ,��r^p.  <:'������.  ���i ��������� i ,   ��� ,.,  'i, ���.��.���*,.,���,.. _,,,..���  .. ft  ��� V  ll ^TK(J,5VWfl���1frf*'i^',*,~ *l  sw* V tm -o^inKfi o*.  >',   I  1     ���       M I, ��� ,.,*  ' ll ' it   , 1  I  I  \  ���    /  h;-  I'l  .  XJ  i i  ' v i    ii     '     " ���"  M      I  ���\l.  I f  1      i  ���MMH*   .SW^W^b^T^^J^iWWW^^  \' I  * i      n, i��i (t w^rtwr . J  Lr  \ .  PageB-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 22,1978  ISLANDVIEW PARK  (Sunny West Sechelt) ,^,w,  ^  A Large Selection of Island View Lots, All Services Available."  mr.~>��~!!^W?  y  o_  ��������������  Z~jFS"(tA"~"  ^eo^e^fownsendr885^345 JacMirdersoii,-88&305  Doug Joyce, 885-2761  Bob Bull, 885-2503  Stan Anderson, 885-238!  Vancouver Toll Free 684-8016  P.O. Box 1219 Sechelt  CREEKSIDE HOME: on 6/10 acre with  parklike setting, towering tree* &  spacious, easy to maintain level  lawns. One year new expansive  home has two large bedrooms.  Separate entrance hall leads to a  large living room with fireplace that  invites gracious entertaining. A 23' x  28' attached garage could be converted to an extra-bedroom & family  _��aojTL_An__added_plus i��_a_44QL  workshop with 3 pee plumbing. Close  to the best sandy beach in area. FP  $68,500.  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedroom with  finished basement in area of new  homest Features include large kitchen & nook, fireplace, basement  flue for stove, finished rec room, in  basement, carport, sundeck and a  level easy tp landscape yard. Priced  right at $53,900.,  i A    J  -IN THE VILLAGE:,.3 bedroom exec home,  1650 sq ft all on-one level. Features large  kitchen with eating area. Formal dining  room, living room, den _ with' bathroom  adjoining on a 5' crawlspdce. Lot is completely landscaped & ready to enjoy.' This is  a medallion home with built-in vacuum  cleaning system. Reduced $3,000 for immediate sale at $53,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3  bdrm home. ��� Immediate  possession ��� pick your- own  carpets. Try your offer to $46,000.  - WEST- SECHELT:.' 900 _sq _ft 2 bdrm  homeohqlorthatis"62x205'. Needs  some minor repairs and landscaping.  Priced to sell immed4ately at  $33,900.  ROBEWo CRIrEK ACREAGE: -2 bdrm  attractive home on almost 2 acres  lev<*J Hiway frontage, easy access,  liood large shop with HD wiring for  bench tools. Home completely  remodelled. ' Shake roof, rancher  alum siding. Several outbldgs.  Secluded landscaped property. FP  $69,500. .  SECHELT   VILLAGE   -   Brand   new   2  bdrm custom-built basement home..  Sunny bright kitchen. Extra insulation  in the-ceilingr twin seal windows and  heatilator fireplace.'FP-$56,500. -   -  _8LACRE_YI�� W_COUNIRY_ ESTATE: _3   . i$^6xl%  bedroom, 1400 sq ft full basement  home wjth spacious living-diningy,  room. Fireplaces'upland down-plus"'  extra flue in basement. Open  staircase to rec, room, extensive  cedar work insT3jfWfd"goo"d kitchen  cupboards. Large carport with  storage and 22 x 45' swimming"-poolr  Approx 3 acres landscaped lawn.  Orchard, fishpond, year round creek,  organic garden, greenhouse and  Complete privacy. FP $91,000.  ������ ..F-   (j7~-  SECHELT ' VILLAGE:    Ideal    location  close to boat launch. 1096 sq ft with  . fireplace,   plus   patio   &   workshop.  - SECHELT- VILLAGE: Surf Circle. 5  bdrms (2 in bsmt). Home has 2  > fireplaces, heatilator jn basement  ;--, bedroom, 2 baths), rec room, large  laundry & workshop. Home has  shake roof, concrete driveway,  carport & large sundeck. Landscaping mostly done, Many more  extras. Close to schools &  shopping. FP $54,900'  WEST SECHELT: 4 bedroom home  with' 2 baths, family, room, w/w  cargets make this- 2000 sfl ft,  residence ideal for .an up/down  - duplex which is only steps away from  ���a publlc'bdcrch'wlth access'for boat  launching & swimming. Situated on  1/3/ocre lot. Real investment I FP  $41,500. Try your terms.  GIBSONS: "Attractive two bedroom ���  home with part basement on large  seWered lot 98x148'. Magnificent  view property. Cozy living room with  brick fireplace and w/w. Modern  kitchen with w/w, new cabinets &  ^view windows in eating area. Smart  vanity bathroom. Auto oil heating.  Excellent buy at FP $36,500.  Large treed lot. FP $43,500. Terms!  WEST SECHELT: 9.5 acres of good farm land.  Has nqw 4 bdrm ranch style home,'2 ponds  supplied by spring water with approx 4  acres cleared, balance has some timber. All  services on paved rd. 2 miles from Sechelt  centre. .This property has many potential  uses. ...    <f  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with  modern 3 bdrm.basement home.  OH fited hot water heating, two  fireplaces', reef rm and many other,  features. Approx 1 1/2 acres  cleared and In lawn with fruit  trees and snrubs, excellent soil,  tP $68,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: 3 BfedYoom'home  on 1.67 acres, Spacious open.plan  ��� of ,1320 sq ft, Has ensuite off of  master bdrm. Home has family  room     &     utility.     Reduced  ,drastlcally In price for immediate  P9alo..FP $48,000.  Tf.  PRI<?E SLASHED ��� $45,000 for a large 2  bedroom, full basement, 1288 sq ft home.  All wall to wall carpets, flat level lot,,  sundeck and brick fireplace. With an extra  'flue for a heater in basement. Handy  location. FP $45,000.     -  Home. "Walking distance to swimming'�� ���  fishing. Approx 1800 sq ft finished floor  area. Large living room with huge cut stone  fireplace. Sliding elbore to largo, sundeck,  Privacy foroutdoor living. Two bedrooms on  , main floor, torn Ily TV room. Bedroom <wl��h  private bath on ground level. Expansive  slate entrance, Carport, fenced and landscaped. Some nice shade trees. REAL VALUE  HERE I FP $63,500.'  hem-  ' i*\k  6+ ACRES ON REID ROAD:  Mostly cleared, some fruit trees'&  yr round creek. Property mostly  foncod, front yard laqjjstaped &  In lawn. House Is very large 2300  sq ft, 2 fps, several sets of  plumbing. Kitchen & LR have been  completely remodelled. South  slopo, all usable land! FP $85,000,  ��� ��� "*������;��� -.i        �� ��� .  PENDEft .HARBOUR: Madolra  Castle ��� unique homo for value &  location. 2800 sq ft" with  breathtaking view. Decor Includes original murals, sunken  gold bathtub, & extensive cedar  work. Double windows  throughout and easy to heat. FP  $72,000,  CREEKSIDE PLACE  (West Sechelt)  MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION  Thl* development ^exclusively designed for the en|oyment of rtioblle home  owners, single and double, featuring sewer system, paved road., large lott  Ideal for gardening and clot�� to b tchool. All this and ownership at lest than  normal pad rentajll  ���' nrtft/fm..      <**Xtf4K,y,  * w,f u -  ��* '*      s i ���  to  **t     at'   **'    I  "   m.m~t  !>'       I  \  NOTE      Distances    aro  shown In metres,  1 matron3,28 foot   '  PRIC1 ICHRDUL1  Lot2 .    % 12,900  "tof*""' fV,900  Lot 4 12,900  iii  *��� .-t'  r  \  \  X  N.  *     ...        ��  IT       G  'ZmiTniXxtny, <*  l**a~~~  16  .t    #�����     aa'     fa  q , Ifi i^artrmffjpmem-rl  ���        15 a     I     't  H���r"  ftQAO  * iO   */<  l��S   ^ ��� J 1,800    Lot n ���,*��,-;���" WOO-"''; >'['l^ ^^������fktt^^-:'-'^A  y~~~7X >^..j*.mfo*?&)&^  ,tr 10,000  uti4, ^ ��,9oo\, >^K17*7";r*"'  Lot  ���Utto  ��ut-o>.  Lot 10  Lotil  10,000���tot 19  .p<i...|0,fOOp-.��Lot-1*p'-  7.iM99.,..Sm7^  114,900    Lot 10 ���  JlAQfL.m.  *,30O  I"  ^*m***-)  vs   v  WJEST SECHELT: Almost now 1136  sq ft 3 bodroom homo. Excellent  construction featuring wood  ceilings, skylights In bath room ��  entry & largo private sundeck Ih  area of now homes, Basemenf.  has laundry, workshop and rec  room. Lovol, trood lot on sowor.  Asking $59,000,  t ^''llSgWSBffl^i''  VILLAGE OF SECHELT: 3bodroom,  12BB sq ft near now ranch stylo  , homo, tDo|uxo carpets In largo  bodrooms, Flroplaco & foaturo  wall In living room. Largo dining  aroa, Bpr kltchon "with fan, now  itovo & Irldgo Includod. 4 pie  vanity  bath,   Largo   lovol   land'  ���scoped jotr All-**foneodj" Good*  workshop   plus   motal   storago  bldg,   Closo  to  gov't   wharf   In  Socholt, $43,000 full prlco.\  HOMES  HALFMOON BAY; Family homo, an good lot noar wator.  ; Basement and many other features, Bring all olfors to  $44,500.  REDROOFFS AREA: Wlldwood Rd., 125 x 200' level lot, very  easy to build on, Boautlful evergreens, Pricod for Immediate  , sale at $11,000. '  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acres of land, 4000 sq ft building  with 3 bdrm nqar-now homo of 2376 sq ft aluminum clad,  fully insulatod building, Building Is all wired for 220 power  and could havo many utos. Concrete floor, clear span. FP  $89,900. ���>'.���'..,.;  DAVID BAY MOTEL: "l0 i.e. Dnlts plus owner's home. 4 lots  fronting on Highway 101 & boach; 35),4?' frontage, Lprgo  workshop & storago, Soiling under assessed valuo, $225,000,  Torms, I  FRANCIS AVENUE: Rodi'ooff. ��� 2 bedroom cottago on 1.54  acros of land wllh fruit troos and a good gardon. Almost 1/2  cloarod. Cottago Is Very cozy with hoatllator flroplaco and a  carport, FP $47,500,  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 iq ft,2 bdrm homo wllh ap-  pllancos, All wall lo wall carpot, Cozy & |noxport��|vo to hoat,  ConcrotodHvowaf andparkr  $43,500, torms.  .,NUMDER.���l5LJSAW.CO'ME;���ja���xoiy,���noaL,n��w���192~sqJt-Ji���  bodroom homo closo to tho boach at Chapman Crook. No  stairs, oloctrlc hoat, doublo glaring, Goysxnmont prepaid  loaso has 19 yoars to run, FP $32,000, "    ��   ACREAGE"   MIDDLEPOINT:* 17-1/2 acros ol beautifully trood vlow  proporty, with 300 foot hlQhway Ironlogo, Zoning permits  1/2 acru, lotf -~ exco||ont hqldlng property, FP $45,000.  Torms, *  SECHELT VILLAGE: 3 qcros measuring 33b x 660', Will  eventually havo a vlow, Close to tho arona. Try your olfor to  $?5,000.  jontlo, Souths  .I,*���'  u.���,���,  SECHELT   VILLAGE i   Comfortable  tingle b*d'room homo, kUol Jor  ,p:.;�����4* wflh PranhYiri; 7x1*'  groonhousa pnd larg^sleel shod.  ^mrdfi'-y*mm\4yimn^4m^'*miff*m9'.  rates, Asking $33,900,  APPROXIMATELY 8 ACRES: Trood, gontlo,"ioutherly ilop.,  260' hlflhWay ffonfdg*, Sbtni morthahjabl* tlmbor, Handy  location, closo lo Joo Road. FP $31,000.  % t..J��� ���; i,,...��.w,  -taff %i  ~,..l^-��tT '*^"'i  BUSINESS BLOCK  G6Tnfl conjoin wTfh a ooSaTgross, ^ITfcfoclk wilf roturn a  flood oolld 14% on Invottod ��opltal, 3 s��lt����r��*ro*Ta��ranT  ,.5ll9^fej.WOflJL0l.lfn!Mt��ul��wjnolnl4nantt-JHQy��,.o^^  cost. Somo room lor expansion,  LOTS  ROBERTS'CREEK: Large treod, sorvlcod lot close to boach &  golf course. Quiet area, mobllo home pormlttod. FP $11,900.  REDROOFFS: 4 sldo by side view lots, each 1.18 acros with  100 feet road frontage, Excellent buys at full price $15,000  ebch. ���      ���  ���      ���   i  ��/"  ROBERTS CREEK: A flno building lot 72 x 105', closo to boach  access. Proporty It sloping to the south. Paved road, Asking  $15,000,  REDROOFFS AREA: Approx ono troed acro, 99' on Rodrooffs  Rd. Cloto to boach and boat launch. Fully torvicod. Full prlco  only $11,500.  "*������������������"������r ������'������.-I.---'-���* -I-- ����� ��������....���.~���*,.-��.  DAVIS BAV VIEW LOTi Easy torms ��� 20% down 8, tho  balance ovar easy payments on this southorn oxposuro vlow  lot, Excavation and clearing havo boon done, FP $12,900,   *__���, :���i_j_:���L.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Cloto to 1/2 acro, Lovol building lot.  Hydro and regional wator at road, Chock 8, comparo," At.  tractlvoly prlcod at $9,450.   ,  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Socholt Vlllago .62,5 x 120'. Roady for  building, Ownor will trado at part dowjyipymont on homo,  WEST SECHELT: Largo ,68 ocros (100 x 295) vlow lot an  Norwost Bay Rd, Lovol and oaty to build on. Regional wator,  cablovlslon. Offofi to $10,000.  WATERFRONT^ HOPKINS LANDING I 2 ad|olnlng boach front  lots, oach 30 x 200', Oldof 1ypo 3 bdrm bungalow on ono lot,  Could bo rottorod, Lati lovol with safe moorago In front,  Excollont buy at FP $75,000,  WEST SECHELTi 1/2 acro trood vlow lot In a qulot rosldontlal  tubdlvltlon off Mason Rd, This will bo tho finest rosldontlal  aroq,on tho coast, Tho lot hat all facilities Including sow*r.  Lots of topsail, FP $13,500,  SEl,A/y\ PARK VIEW LQTi Extra lorgo 90 x 179' lot, corner  location, toiy occtii. Excollont vlow of Troll Ulond,  FP A  .l1,!?,j50Q,���r���^;.:.V;*. <���.',,:��� ... ���..��� ��� ,u : , '-v ..-������;���; r-^  ^.. ........rmmm. ���( ma.r~ ��� '    ���������� r. ��� ������mmm . ,m.m mM m^kmmuimj^' tlya* .'Jj^.U.m -     :,'-m*.  WILSON CREEK: On Browning Rd, a 75 x 130' vlow lot only  300 from boach, road occoii, This lot Ii parllnlly cloarod and  fonco^f roady to bafltlohr Atfutet ftrwt closo to all facllltlos,** j  ^.O.tttJiLaJvliid.aLiLei.JOO^  �����IW ����(*H^ HMt MMlfflttitf |W* t  lrrilj->-r��  .'..������.-*:,  *% ttivt!��m-*onif.Kf��'-^afu��n\ ra  '"'"*'>*-*f    "   *(!.-.���**W**l*l  T  ,,^A#m"m+0tlkf.^..fX ,  h  .    . .'   ......     j      *  , I  /  1    ,  I H**, WflWWS*      Wil��'4HW��WOtf��l��W!   r>.  **C^MS!*m)^tfm>^l!iW-<^#,1te!^  I     |  ;    >  )   .       '  '      \  '       )     '     >  ���%,   >        I  V���  ���, x' x.  "r.  :~T*H  Marsh World  Ducks Unlimited (Canada)  TREE SWALLOW   -  Common all across Canada,   ,_  up  the  Mackenzie   River  Valley- and   into  the  Yukon, this graceful little-bird likes to be near  water, where It gathers almost alLbf its,, insect  food on the wing.  They are tree nesters, utilizing.L  . natural cavities or the abandoned holes of woodpeckers.   They  will  take  readily to" man-made  nesting boxes, though in areas~where the house ,  sparrow is common, they are seldom able to com-  pete.with this bird.   Adults are alike '��� glossy,  dark blue-green above, and white below. ���  184-76 ( �� IC^*  A word to home buyers  Jf^S-m^iliSSS-iS^is^mSi'mmm^ ^2E&^2&nla,rJS��s PageB-5  This could be the exciting  year'when you've finally  reached your goal of home  ���ownership.-Unless you are  trained in construction,  plumbing, design and  financing ..". you >ill  probably need some help in  making a decision oh the right  property for you and your  family. You can have a friend  or relative help you look ...  or, you can choose a  professionally trained and  licensed real estate agent who  give you the advice and  assistance to make your  purchase as exciting as the  /idea of ownership. Remember  - home purchase or home sale  does NOT require a real estate  agent... but over 90 per cent  of peoplewho are buying Jor~  selling find that the services of  a real estate agency are  desirable and - downright  necessary. Let your local real  estate agent give you the  benefit of his market  knowledge, his residential  expertise,-and his contacts in  the financial commufttiy to  find the right home in the right  neighborhood, and at the right  price... so .your home  ownership starts on the right  foot. This is a.public service,  features of the .Real Estate  Board of Greater^ancouver.  ^-crisis  The real estate profession  The real estate \uided by the professional  professional is a service man,_Jevaluation offered by the real  and the service he provides estate licensee, or' are  for you is complex, exacting- allowing emotion get, in the  and very important, so if you way of your objectivity?  are not satisfied with your There could be many  service man, it is yourrighUo���reasons-why-youF^Fo^i  -eomplainr  Your enefgy^Bflls increased last year ... and they  are bound to increase again.  The energy crisis'has hit home  owners... but there is a way  to beat the meter, if you use  the upcoming summer months  to prepare for savings.. Insulation is the key ... ahd  B.C. Hydro has announced a  special energy savings and  finance plan that can help'you  borrow up to $500 at an in-  -terest-rate-of���lO^-per- cent,-  repayable over 24 months with  your regular utility bills, if  you use it to insulate your  existing home. You can use  other energy saving measures  too ... turn down your  thermostat below 70 degrees  and save up to three per cent  on heating. Make sure all  appliances are in top working  condition and don't use appliances you don't need. A  dripping faucet can waste six  ' hundred fifty, gallons of water  each year, and plenty of  energy and money~T5o,Jif it's a  hot water tap. This summer ���\  take this tip from the Real  Estate Board ... meet the  energy crisis and save money  by taking the time tq prepare  -for winter. -"___  Ask for a full explanation  of how he is working to sell  your property because many  "of the things he does may not  be obvious.  You, as the client, deserve  the .best possible, service, but  remember that your also have"  a responsibility in the sale of  your property.  Are you setting your price  too  high?  Have you  been  =not^elling=as=qtrickly=as=;  think it should and you shorild  investigate before /you  ���criticize.  Ian  consultants Ifd.  Box 1105, Socholt, B.C. VON 3AO  |_ Ourprofessipoal.planiiing can reduce zoning problems To?  ..your development.-         .  Summer security  683-8903 [Vancouver]  885-3189 [Socholt]  -You-  -may���not���be��� enthusiastic about home  ownership in the summer  when it means mowing lawns  and pulling weeds, but there is  one who is���this is the "green  thumb" burglar. While you  are staking the tomatoes, he is  doing His "own stake-out.'  Patrolling the lane to spot  people working outside, then  knocking at doors to make  sure no one is left inside,  before attempting entry  through unlatched doors and  windows. They usually work  -in pairsroneacfcraslooteout  while, the other searches for  money, jewellery, liquor, tape  recorders etc. Be a sensible, if  reluctant, gardener. Lock  doors and windows if outside,  don't leave sums _of_money  and valuables in sight, and  contact police if anyone  knocks at your door with a  suspicious-sounding excuse.  For further protection, mark  all appliances and valuables  ��� including jewellery, with a  special   ''Operation  Iden-  , tificatiori!''rfehgraver.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  A  n  Seaside Plaza   -  _  .886-2000  .,   ..-.,).,,    y  . Gibsons  886-2607  rf*'  *'    fi  I  l-ltl'l.  ^JlWlir^jntyUi  <w<  ��*.*+,���  *1���*)�����  OntuiK  J=B=  21  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  fox 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0    ���8854271 '���   We're the Neighborhood Professionals.-  VALUE VALUE VALUE  , Everywhere you look there Is value In this truly boautlful home. Cathedral entrance, 3  bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, lge roc room, wopfuoAm plus one bdrm suite downstairs. Nicely  landscaped aiid tho prlco has boon REDUCED 1'6l,$57;X)00. "Call Larry Reardon to see 8J85-  .   9320,       . .-,..���' ���. -'   ������' :������.��� ������������������'��� ������.    '���'.''���-���   ���'������'��� ."'���������'..  HOPKINS LANDING  PRICE REDUCED $29,900  Dandy 2 bodroom home with half bosomont, Largo kitchen,  loaded with cupboards. Stovo A frldgo Includod. Chuck' Dowman,  885-9374,   ~~  GIBSONS  SARGENT ROAD $13,900  Magnlflcont ocean vlow |ot, Fully serviced; on, sewer; 65 xl10'.  Closo to all amenities. Builder's forms available! Larry Roardon,  885-9320,.  si  ROBERTS CREEK  UP* DOWN DUPLEX'- 149,800  Largo 3 bodltoom with oxcollont rovonuo potontlal, locafod on 1  acro noarf Roborts Crook on Highway 101. Vondor will consider  oflorj>; Ed Dakor, BIJ5.-2641,, ,        ... ,. ,,���..,.���.  WILSON CREEK  .COMMERCIAL HWY 101 RIPE FOR DBVilOPMENT  3,66 acros, 40tf ft of highway frontago by 396 ft doop on Airport  Road, Present rovonuo of $5700 per annum, Ownor will consldor  torms, Kon H, Wells, 8Q6-7223, ��� ���,��� ,   WEST SECHELT  '  $18,500  1.17 acres; nlcoly trood!'gentle slope to SW, Will have a good,  vipwwhon some trees come down. Ed Baker, 885-2641,  $2,500 PER ACRE  Complete privacy, yet only 10 minutes from Sochelt, 25 acres  mostly lovel with gentle slope, Road and hydro to proporty.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374, '.,'������  $56,500  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrrp bungalow, approk 3 yrs built,  Largo LR 20x20 with flroplaco, open beam celllrfgs, DR, family  kltchori, All bdrms largo, mastor ensuite, w/w throughout, Larfle  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq. ft, Ed Bakor, 885-2641,  REDROOFFS /HALFMOON BAY AREA  1/2 ACRE AND VIEVV $15,500'  Fabulous soml-cloarod lot with gontlo slope to south. Good  12x20 storage building Included. Easy walk to .boautlful  Sargent's Bay, Chuck Dowman, 805-93,74,   .  WELCOME WOODS   ,, ��� $ 15,500��$9,750  VhQ oxtra larjje lots, 125 x 200', Larry Roardon, 885-9320.  $13,500  h Beautiful 1/2 acro lot loadod wllh troes on blacktop road, with  ,.',)[ hydro and water, Larry Roardon, 885-93^0, /[,  W> ACRE LOT  ��� '     " ���  '��� _ *$18,0?0  Largo trood lot at the corper of Redrooffs Road and tho road to  Sargent Bay. Serviced with hydro and wqtor. Larry Roardon, 085-  9320.'    -    ' ,"      ,���_ a,v...-,-,J.p,..p��....u..,,....,��-.vpw,'.,....��..  "'"* * "'"'"-���*"���"���.-"*'* "   ' ( $12,500  Nor West Bay Rd. wooded lot,'ISO x 70,, loned ,R2, trailers .  allowed, Sign on, Ed Bakor, 885-2641,  SANDY HOOK  MONEYMAKER  "PENDER ^^iQjjjjj"-^^^''  $35,000  $1,500 dn  1/3RDOFANACRB <    Wfator Is on this beautifully tre,ed lot fronting on two roads.  Excellent view potential, Full price $13,900. Chuck Dawman,  805-9374.  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT II fl.flOO* $8,500  At Sandy Hook we have this 100'+ watorlront lot, close to road  and ad|olnlng wllh an oxcollont view lot that lies next to H.T.  Larry Reardon, 009-9320,  TUWANEK ,'.  PhlVACYOALORI , "$15,000  Third of pn acre, with sforaoeihfdi and or��at building fife,  Already cleared, Chuck Dowman, 083;9374.  SECHELT  2 yr old 3 bodroom full bsmt homo dn ono acro,'Llvo In while you  da the finishing, Chuck Dowman, 805-9374.  GARDEN BAY ROAD > $22,500*  f Rock bluff building alter on thU 3,5 <jcr^ wpoded property, would  provide terrific view over pasture land, All-year stream, Epsy  torni* available; Chuck Dowman, 805-9374,'        v ,s  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT    ,,     " $22,000  Soml-watorfront property, just acrosi the Narrows Brldgo and  facing Bargain Harbour. Trood and good for building on, wllh  just the road between you and tho wotor. Larry Reardon, 005-  932p.  MADEIRA PARK RANCH $125,000  22-ocro working ranch, all fenced and cross-fenced. Oood largo  barn, good pasture and jiomejjriflf, f rosi,: All year, round water -  fcbpplyVArid fortlte lady of tliehouie'lt has a modttrn 2 bedroom  tome. Has facllltM for horse shows and rodeos. Larry Reardon,  85-9320,  ,,.,,'..,..'.'.  "   *>59>0tt  ';,��eCHKLT'VILLA..r    ' -f *^ -    -   - ^<y-  _.   New delude.3.bedroom*, full.basement home ol  complete approx 30 days, Large LR, DR area with ff,,Hlkbeftji 0.  , housewive'i dreft'm with bwlll-ln baf-b-q, full .(Jquble plbg, All  , ,.loaliires.must.4)e��e��n-to-be-epprec|ated,'i;dBal<llrrB03l2641,  '^���tj^m^  Y+mftti*��'i*Yf *> \r*^*^'t^r  u'~-*?ifcs;too";  3C  Offices at: .  SUNNYCREST CENTRE  -Gibsons--���"���  --  Toll Free: 682-1513  Phone  886-2234  LAND DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. 2, Gibsons, B.C., VON 1V0  Offices at:  DENTAL BLOCK  Gibsons   Toll Free 6&2-1513  Phone       \  886-2277  CONVtYANCINO   ���   REAL   ESTATE   CONSULTING,-   APPRAISALS    -   MORTGAGES - NOTARY PUBLIC  POPLAR LANE: Three bedroom home with  two fireplaces. Ensuite in master bedroom.  Full unfinished basement, double windows.  This home is in a very ..convenient location  close to all amenities. $48,500.  MARTIN ROAD: -You couldn't wish for a  better centered location in Gibsons, being  with int. easy walking distance to shops,  schools and harbour. Spacious and comfortable one level, home in excellent condition' featuring large living room, three  bedrooms, one full bathroom plus powder  room off living area, huge sundeck. Landscaped lot and a beautiful view. $47,500.  POPLAR LANEf'Brand new three bedroom  HOMES  DAVIS & StH/WV ROAD: A'Gold Medallion  four bedroom family home. Three levels of  luxurious living. Four bedrooms, two  bathrooms, two ho,t. water tanks. ^Family  room, rec room and utility. Double glazed  wi<id,'ows" "a~nd separate entrance to  basefaent. $57,000. i  FORBES & THOMPSON ROAD: Excellent  home. Very attractive brick front. Extra  insulation. Three bedroom, full basement,  dining room. Two fireplaces. $65,000.  PARK   &    REID    ROAD:    Spacious Hiome  / featuring three bedrooms. Living room and  dining room. Large kitchen. Basement has  I29_  home,   ensuite,   tuH   basement) Walking      separate suite and large 36 x 13 garage. 20  -*tfl5trm<re fcT'schooIsi shopping and  recreation. Fantastic price for a new home  of this size. $45,900.  x 14 rec room. $56,000.  YMCA ROAD} Ranch-style_home with four  bedrooms and family room, ^Through hall,  "dining space, large kitchen and living room  with fireplace. Nicely landcaped lot with  child's play house., $49,500.  POPLAR LANE: Three bedrooms, master has  ensuite. Nice bright kitchen. No need for a  second   car   in   this   convenient   location.  -$47-500; T^-   JOHNSON ROAD: New home under construction. The ideal'time to purchase 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 plder home on large lot. Conveniently  located between Upper and Lower Gibsons.  Several fruit trees. Zoned for multiple  dwelling. Excellent starter home and a good  _investment-and-holdlng-pfopertyr-$327000r  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.  PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home .9'n: 5  acres injGibsons. Property on both sides are  also for., s'ale making a total of 15 acres  available for future development. A good  holding property. $79,500.  SHAW ROAD: Incredible potential.' Ranch  style two bedroom, hbme, "completely  remodelled. 16 x 12' master bedroom,  -fireplace, -boautifully Iofld^eoped���OTHJ-jr-  _ienced-grounds^Evecgteen-hedges-add-to-|  the seclusion and privacy of this hobby farm  with three outbuildings. But that's not all)  The property is 5 acres with spectacular  view f^sin over half the property. Fronts on  Shaw Road with Stewart Road dedicated on  the view face. Zoned Rl in the Village of  Gibsons. $79,900.  "  1  ~~iy. ~j  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  bedrooms and den. $55,000.  JOE ROAD; Roberts Creek: Thi�� is a.,w61l-"  NORVAN ROAD; At the top. ,of the hill- in  WesLSechelt.-This brand-new 3 bedroom  homein'an extremely quiet^area offers  incredible features. Large 95x129' lot size.  Feature lights above'the fireplace. Extra  large bathroom with twin seal skylights. All  Ahij.__an_oc_ean_yiew_andjnor_e, LoW-down-  payment S assume existing 10% mortgage.  $49,000.  WILSON CREEK: Over one-half acre of incredible land, level with super growing soil. -  Landscaping only requires tidy up,- one  bedroom home presently rented for $175  per month, shows great potential as  revenue or starter home. $27,900  YMCA ROAD:" Langdale. Excellent quality  .built_2r.l/2_yr_old spacious two jbedroarrr  home with' fiplstTecT"-"basement, two  bathrooms, two fireplaces. Large 21 x 13  living room, large kitchen with lots of  cupboards. Separate dining area, drapes  and many extras. $54,900. -1  FRONTAGE RD: Langdale. Something  special! Spacious, deluxe family home in  quiet area on a fabulous view lot with at-'  tractive .landscaping and rock walls. 'For  extra comfort and convenience there,are-  thermo Windows "throughout, ;efficient-not  water heating, air conditioning, intercom,  'Jenn-Air range, built-in oven and dishwasher, expensive light,fixtures, 200 amp  service, and many more fine features.  Located close to school and within-easy  walking distance to ferry terminal. All this  for the price of $84,900.  CRUCIL ROAD: Big Family? .Then this four  bedroom, two bathroom home could be the  home you're looking for. Full basement with  rec room, utility and roughed-in plumbing.  "Intercom inside'and out. Large sundeck ovef-  carport. This home is located on a quiet  secluded, view lot, yet convenient to the  Village of Gibsons. Special price $56,000.  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  slope. Wooded area fo west rounds out the-  total of 5 acres. One of a kind offered at  $80,000"., #  kept three bedroom family home In a treed  setting of 1.55 acres. Home features large  rec room in the basement plus a spare room  which could be a 4th bedroom and lots of  ���storage jjjace^vSeparate"dining-room.  $5"3^00."  CHAMBERLIN ROAD: Executive home on  acreage over 2100 square feet of floor  _ area���Two-fireplaces-formal���living -room -  and dining room.. Family room and eating  area. Double attached garage all on 4.38  acres. .Unreplaceable at $97,500.  CHEKWELP: Prime waterfront on Chekwelp  Indian Reserve. Three bedrooms, stone  fireplace. A truly beautiful spot. $36,750.  FIRCREST PL.: Three bedroom home in quiet  rural subdivision surrounded by ALR  "properties on all sides. One mile from  schools and shopping. Large open living  room with fireplace. The full basement has '  a finished fireplace for-your rec room ideas.  $49,900  NORTH ROAD: Immaculate 1974 Neonex  mobile home set up on landscaped 50 x 139  pad in Comeau Trailer Court. $12,900  PRATT.'ROAD: Hobby Farm. 2 bedroom  home with all appliances, ready for you to  move in, Although the horses do not go, the  3-stafl barn with tack room, grooming area  & loft does. Hen house & laying hens included. Large corral at' the rear of the  property. Fully landscaped with trees &  shrubs. All this on 1.16 acres' with subdivision potential. $44,900.  LOTS  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES:  Now Gibsons Village has lots for single,, wides, double wides and conventional homes, all dn sewer, wafer, hydro and all within 3 blocks of ttfe  shopping centre, schools and medical clinic. Come in and discuss a unit and  a lot as a package deal with approved bank financing. Lots priced between  $10,900 and $13,900 depending ori view and size.  UPLANDS RD: Tuwanek, Ideal recreation lof  In beautifully wooded and park-like setting.  Zoned for trailers, This lot bverlooksSechelt  Inlet and the Lamb Island. $8,900,  WAKEFIELD RDi Goad building lot or]  and power overlooking Georgia St^  the Trail Islands, This is a come/  newly built-up aroa, $12,:  ���i  McCULLOUGH RD: Wilson Creek. Close to  one'acroof treed property with subdivision  possibilities. $22,500, '      '  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Gibsons, With  waterfront as scarce as it Is this double use  lof represents real value, $^3,000,  GOWER PT RD at 14thi Nearly V2 acro of  view property. Approximately 80 x 250', R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property.  'Partially cleared;' Closo to Gibsons dnd  closo to Iho beach, $16,900,  FAIRVIEW RD ~ Beautifully trood lol,  cleared for building," Trailers qllowod.  $1,200 down', $100 a month at curront  Interest ratos, $11,9Q0,  ���f  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lots  40 x 150 each. One lot has a cottage which  could be rented. Those lots are mostly  cleared and ready for building. A spectacular view of the entire Bay area qnd  Keats Island, $27,500,  ' SOAMES POINT: View lot on Marina Drive  south of Soamos Road. Landscaped In front,  llko Stanley Park In back, $10,500.  1 '.���'   !' ..,   *''   .',  '      ' ���. ' ���    : '���     '  ' ' ' ' '        ,* ��� '  CHASTER ROAD; Nlcoly Ireed building lol In  area of new homes. Size 67 x l'23. $9,900.  SCHOOL RD: Throe view lots 73 x 110. On  sowo/;. Three flocks from, schools and  shopping 'centre, Cloarod fbr' building.  $K>,000 each, "  SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot close to forry  terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000,  CHERYL ANNE PARK RD;   Roberts Creek.  Large lot with beautiful trees and some,  view on quiet cul de sdc���lh area of fine  homes, Before you decide see this attraclve'  low priced property. OWner will consider  terms. $12,500,  r.' ���., : -i ��� ���   LAUREL RD, Sechelt: On the high side of the  road, this Davis Bay vlow lot will be all your  dream home ever Imagined, Priced to sell  and waiting far you to build on, $14,900.  LAUREL RD, Socholt: Approximately 72 x  297' nlcoly treed. Some clearing on the lot  will create a boautlful Davis Bay view.  "Almost 1 /2 acro of view property Is hard to  find, $17,900.   ',  LANGDALE RIDGE: Nice water view from  this bargain priced lot. $8,950.  MAPLE ROAD; .97 of an acre on Maple Road  (drive down Pine Road), Southern oxposuro  with viator and Island view, $19,000,  ^  SCHOOL & WYNGART ;ROADS:  Onlyvlofthese Duplox lots left.1 Beautiful view properties ove'rlooklng'the Bay, Close  to schoo s and shopping, All lot. perfectly lulled to ��lde-by-s|de or up-down duplex  construction. Prlcod al $15,500 and $16,500. P  ACREAGES  CREEKSIDE PARK ESTATES:  /  North Road In Glbsoni, Now selling b,u|ldlng lots, single wldo mobllo homw lots,  {Joublo wide mobile home lots, all serviced with sewer etc, 2 blocks from schools,  ihopplng contro, trqn��porlat|on to Vancouver, Good fiat land, nicely treed, and all  for $10,900, with a $500 gliding b��riu�� If V��" build within ono year, Come In and  discuss a plan for one of these unlll for ai llttlo as 5*/�� down,  -GIBSONS VILLAGE; 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrm��,  large Ivg room & kitchen wllh flroplaco, on  full basement wlth'unflnlshed rec roorp, hot  water heat. 2 sundecks, all hardwood  floor*. On 67x1721 lot, 2 blocks from tht  ocean <?n Cochrane Rd, ThU house requires  some finishing and can be yours lor $55,000  Full P,rl��|fi. ��� ,��;.     ,,, ,       , v 'v    '  a  a  ���  I  ���  MARTIN RDi 3.4 par.M^ acros, Access  from slcie toad will secure privacy, Nicely  treed, Close to the village, $29,900,  HOUGH �� MALAVIEWl 4,75 acres ql, l(Jve|  pafk-llke Jqnd adjacent fo Cedar, Grave  School  '���f^-  (KWS.W**!*"  ��� - - ��� ��� ' ���        that Is completely remodelled Inside. Nestled orj 0 acroi of  '���-beaiiTyihanmilltoriflCI'reiiri^  . 2 bdrrtvfiome ti^lri'ilromNew'Brtghfa^W^^^  8859320,  ������f^-kmtX'-i  LANOPALE; 3 view lots loft 0/1 Smith Road,  All extra large  and have ocean  views,  ''���!*L-!i^__ .....      ���     INDUSTRIAL   LEEK ROAD; Nlcoly troad 2 plus acres op- '      '     ,  prpxlmatoly���M0x.625, Hydro lo'lhe lot line ..INDUSTRIALS ,3.3 acres ol InduMrlal with  wlthroQlonal water by sprlpo 1979. Nlcoly highway Ifontaa*, Come In and discuss your  secluded, yet close toieaiy access beach,'   requirements, We can cut oil an acre with  Ideal    for .your   permanent    home.  ,,)P^Jlr,����>���Aty-d^&M^-'ttf'PW  !JU ;:��1I.LM ���. ;Y "'*.',. ��� Vi-A'oW, -"���������J--..iw|.mr*w "  territory far the core1 of Olbion*.   '    .  LORRIE<JIMRD  '-j4jhncR��~    ANNE GURIO,     CHRIS KANKAINEr ~���flRNETETTEtlStK"' MY VISSER "7 DAVE ROBERTS  8867760      ...    885-3670 8862164   . 885-3545 886-9793 885-3300 886-8040  ���   ' ,  ,',"'.. "'���'.���������'���''���'' '���.",''" ; ' ;,i,      '''' '," .: ' '77   '     ''.���": .xr2 7        :.*    . . .i' ';>  .1 .(���,,.  T-*if*    ���**'���*''*  .-.J.  I   1 I ������������  12-224  1       t>  IZ$    By Bunny-buck  %   Why. di.djhe.man  wear so many clothes  when he painted?  It said on the call..-.  "Besufeto put on 3 coats"  i  \mlUmme.-.-.-- -       ;'*���"  ���'*- vW/f  The twentieth century plague  Never since, /the fifth  century, when the Vandals ���  an   East  Germanic   tribe  DRESS  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  CaH  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  sacked Rome, has vandalism  been as rampant as it is today.  Insurance experts estimate  the total national loss in the  billions of dollars, -with  schools one of the biggest  victims . . . communications  and . transit systems next,  national parks and forests,  museums and libraries all,  coming up in quick suc-  _cwsion._ Youngsters, say the  experts, aire the primary  culprits and they destroy for  -three-  major���  material gain,  stealing ���from-  y>  The role of the real estate profession  PageB-6  Wednesday, Noveinber 22,1978  Much has been said about  excessive- fees in the real  estate.business, but few  people consider-the work and  expense-in the role oMhe real  estate sales' person. \  - When you list ,your home  with an agent jt is/for a  specific period, and^you pay  none of the extensive costs of  advertising, arranging for  prospect viewings, or the car  and office expenses incurred  while this is going on.   -  If the house does not sell,  you pay nothing for the service at all, the agent and  salesman must absorb this  expense. Only.when, your  h?nifs _sells do you pay^ a  commission agreed! "upon  before hand.   "-  The  job  of  selling   real  . estate  is  a   difficult and .  demanding one,  having  incurred a high study price, long  hours,     requiring     much  initiative and determination  So that your property can  change hands."        ."  The irony of the real estate  fee argument is that most  , people who complain about  them earn considerably more  per  hour  and  work  con-  ^siclerably less  LET YOURSELF  GO DOWNHILL  PBRTicipaaion  Fitness. In your heart you know it's right.  Mitten Real  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure ,  885-3295  .V*  \  ���rea&on&t-  such   as  -telephone-  boxes, vindictiveness, as an  expression., of antagonism  against groups or individuals,  or wanton vandalism, which  has excitement c-r boredom as  a motive. Psychologists say to  combat this vandalism, we  must attack the causes . . .  _    TRUST AND INTEGRITY ( ���  J MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE_|  II  Inform any Real Estate Agent of your choice to ���  ��� represent you as the PURCHASER when FH- ��  specting any of the shown listings .. . he will |  I  I  I  I  have your interest at hecfrt!  MULTIPLELISTINGS344 FAIRMONT ROAD, GIBSONS  Constructed 1977 ��� 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2300+ sq ft. fully  finished area on two floors. Sauna, rec room, oil-fired FHA,'  double windows throughout, large decks, two brick  fireplaces, double garage with automated doors. Large  concrete parking area with driveway situated on a 1.6 acre  ravine lot with southeasterly exposure..Underground services and sewer. Complete privacy and unobstructed view  over Shoal Channel and KeatS Island within walking distance  of all services. Now offered at $68,000 which Is well below  assessed values: '"  ,     '    '  AELBERS REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL LTD.  H120.1575-W. Georgia, Vancouver, B.C.  >:  HOMES  LANGDALE $89,500  . Semi-waterfront. Hidden paradise  with easy access to beach and good  moorage. Ideal 3 bdrm ond family  home.. Well-planned   kitchen   with  HOMES  ROBERTS CREEK .w      $45,000  This 3 bdrm family home, is well  located on a quiet cul de sac near  school, store and beach. Both living  room and rec F6om~have open  fireplaces. There is a pretty creek,  along one border as well as a lovely  ocean view. Move in for Christmas I  Call Corry Ross.     " '.  REDROOFFS $29,500  WATERFRONT  REDROOFFS $89,500  If quality & beauty combined with a  relaxed atmosphere is your lifestyle,  this is the home for you. The kitchen  has been designed with convenience  & elegance. Jenn-aire range, built:in  wall oven & dishwasher. Lots of  cupboards and plenty .of counter  space. Kitchen, dining & living room  are open plan for that relaxed family  SECHELT  WATERFRONT  jeparaterdimng-foom^SMdlng-dooK :"" 7.  ua|iBuln���l   Thic 72L uim Vu k T     . k  -o^n-on^to-a^wtodBd-pat^-Two'      Se?infl ls t>elievlnfl.1   '.��"�� J  ��drm      llHlng^aflltofflmJm_gJumkeii-lubt  WEST SECHELT WATERFRONT $79,500  We offer for your inspection this fine  three bedroom home���-with��� unimpeded view and path to pebbly  >beach. Cedar and glass abound in  this thoughtfully planned house. A  cozy fireplace, hardwood floors and  quality rugs grace this charmer. Call  Ann Ibbitson for an appointment to  \f m  view. i .  Van. Direct  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  LOTS  SANDY HOOK $10,500  "Beautifully   unimpeded   view   of  Sechelt Inlet on this large building  lot���Suzanna Dunkerton.  CHERYL-ANN PARK $ 15,500  A view- a creek - centrally located in  Robert^ Creek with 94 f^et of  creeksiae ��� 164 feet deep ��� prime  residential lot. Call Don Sutherland.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS _��� $10,000  teulld your country .retreat and enjoy  fireplaces plus quality construction  ���are-cffilw-of-the-many-features,r-A���  spacious, & elegant home. Call Terri  for an appointment to view.  DAVIS BAY $69,9*0  1536 sq ft family home located on  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.  1J536 sq ft of downstairs area also  " available to Tgive you room to  breathe. A quality home for your  comfort and enjoyment. Call Don  Sutherland. ' ,  ROBERTS CREEK $46,500 .  This is not a drive-by. Lots of  potential in this well-built 3 bdrm  ,  ���family-home.- Large-living hroom-and   J  ���kitchen. Covered-sundeck of 208 sq  . ft. Garden soil Is-excellent for your  winter supply of vegetables. Close to  schools and the beach. Call Suzanne  ��� Dunkerton for further information.  GIBSONS $49,500���  Looking for a quality family home in  a quiet neighborhood close to all  amenities? Three 4arge bedrooms, a  spacious living room with a fireplace.  Kitchen full of cupboards and counter  space, a 3/4 finished basement with  a bar ^waiting for your finishing ,  "touch-! Call Suzanne for a viewing of  this pricedcright home.  12x68' 1974 mobile, horpe is in  spotless condition. There is a sunny  bay;wlncloi?/ed-tfvrtTg-TOXjmrcPrgood~  sized dining area. Avocado stove and  fridge and heavy duty washer &  dryer. Located in approx 1/2 acre  park-like setting. Nicely landscaped  ��� this one won't last I By appointment only ��� Corry Ross.  GIBSONS $35,500  Four^bdrm older home with large  separate dining room & .basement.  Needs work, but is a solid family  home. A'ssumable mtg of $29,500.  Vendor will carry 2nd ��� try your  down payment of $2100. Call Ann  Ibbitson.   ��� i  PRATT ROAD' $53,000  Handsome fireplace,for those cozy  ^Winter, nights. Carport "arid 15U20-  workshopr separate dining room,  .wood panelling, large kitchen are a  few features that enhance this  spacious home. Situated on one acre  of excellent soil. Call Terri Hanson  for viewing.  double sinks & sauna. The view Is  beautiful and landscaping Is  1aSteffflly~dwisr_ThBre���is���a���little-  cottage for your weekend guests.  Give Suzanne a call for further information, on this quality home.  WATERFRONT LOTS  Two side by side ~ 110 feet of  frontage and 95 feet of frontage. Just  7 miles from Sechelt with good  moorage. $28,500 and $26,000. Call  Ann IbbitStOnT  -SANDYHOOK- $27:300-  Well located view lot approx 70 x  200' on Coracle Road. Sign on. Call  ACREAGE  COMMERCIAL  RETIREMENT ENTERPRISE  Clye in this attractive ,1500 sq ft  house with 20x40 swimming pool.  You also have a twenty pad"trailer  park with roo'rryfer expansion on this  .sucacre.view prpperty. Good income  with low overhead.- Call. Ann .Ibbitson.  ACREAGE a TRAILER $38,000  Largely cleared  into  bright,  sunny  homesite. Good well, driveway "in,  trailer set upon pad, quiet location.  Call Ann -ibbitson-to-viepwr-"  HOME & ACREAGE $115,000  STOP, if you're looking for a Hobby  .Farm, you've found it. Five acres of  cleared and  fenced  land.  Large  3 '  bdrm   quality   family    home   with,  feature   fireplace,   several   tout-  bulldlngsr ~Very���large~^warkshop~~6Y~  second   residence" for   that   extra  revenue. Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  further information.  EAST PORPOISE BAY $21,000  1.3 acres of rural solitude. Private  driveway ��� treed ��� 145 x 405 Jdeal  for quiet living. Call Terri Hanson for  more info:.  Corn/ Ross.  SECRET COVE $68,900  Approx 370' of waterfront with SW  exposure. Older 2 bdrm cottage,  private dock with good sheltered  moorage. Call Corry Ross. *   '  CHAPMAN CREEK  1-3/4 acres of flat land located at the  mouth of Chapman Creek. Lovely 2  ' bedroom, cedar home with separate  guest bedroom. 'Offered at a most  reasonable $75,000. Call Ann Ibbitson. _-  MINUTES FROM SECHELT $55,000  Waterfront with spectacular view of  Trail Islands. 1 acreof southwesterly- .  -exposure;- Call Terri Hanson.   ..  EXTRA FINE HOME $105,000  With 1.5 acres and 87.25 feet of  waterfront. Sitting high on a bluff,  you. may see tomorrow. Call Ann  Ibbitson.      f  -GIBSONS BLUFF $110,000-  Executive WF home-on the Georgia  Bluff. This Is a large 4 bdrm home;  quality & space are only two of the  many features of this home. Three'  large sundecks to enjoy 180 degree  view of Howe Sound, Islands &  mountains. Separate 2 bdrm guest  cottage, fully insulated on lower  level of this double lot. Call Suzanne.  Jnlftt=vtaw-=iof���mountairis���arid 1  water. Lot is serviced with' telephone  and    underground    wiring.    Call  "Suzanne Dunkerton;  SELMA PARK _ $12300  .Large building lot in developed area.  Some lovely trees. Build at the back  and retain your privacy in the front.  Call Suzanne Dunkertpn.  READY TO BUILD $14,900  View lot in Davis Bay. high on a hill,  yet lot is flat. Cleared, services at lot  line, blacktop road, lot size 70 x 125'.  Call Ann Ibbitson.        >  NORWEST BAY ROAD $23,500  Two   lots   side   by   side,   ideal   for  mobile  home   sites-Buy- both - for  privacy   and    investment    or    buy  separately. Call Don Sutherland.  DAVIS BAY -   ��� $16,000  ' A double ended lot with- beautiful  view. Realistically priced. Call Ann  Ibbitson.  RECREATIONAL  TUWANEK  -Here-is-the-country-retreat-for���you,--  Cozy cottage on treed lot, not far  from    beach    Skylight    and   freestanding fireplace,  great   value  at  $19,500. Call Terri Hanson.  KEATS ISLAND  l^p&al for that summer retreat or  weekend hideaway. Good building  lot priced at a mere $7,500. Call Terri  for more details.  DON SUTHERLAND  865-9362    '-'  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRY ROSS  885-9250 *\  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver  .3343 Kingsway  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  Surrey'  10474 137th Street  Langley -  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  A  y��^  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES  CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  THE NUMBER  I REMEMBER  . n  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  A  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  We Are As Close As  Phone  Coast to  Real  i- | , . , '     ��� ��� * '' '' A '  Call now for our FREE Real Estate  t������iM��i*Tt*'��H"m4 '��� n  itmtm  r, ($]$$!  Ihiii  Ii mt,'  Hi',  A {'"  I     (   /   'iS^  ,i* 4  <-r"T  A HOME FOR THE FUTURE AT A PRICE FROM THE PAST    03981  For the man who wants to tailor his own homo or create a  'onco-tri'-a-JIfStlirno Investment for tha future,, this 20QO sq ft  (ioubo is roady to bo mado Into tho homo-you thought you  couldn't afford for another 20 years. Complete wltl\ carport on  an amplo lot, it already has doublo plumbing, two fireplaces,  four''spacious bodrooms and two extra rooms for' den,  workshop, sowing room, entertainment room, or anything  olso to mako y<jur llfo a llttlo moro ploasant. '  And, four sparkling brand now appllancos mako tho prlco  Sflrriqthlhg you'll havo to road twlco to boliove. Jack Warn,  805-2235, 24 hour numbor. ' ��� '",  '38,500  --i ,*!��.,������  �����_,.,�����1F��.j*l,;,^.Jl^t,.4  "'   ���'   '���.-"���;  7 y :\7\^:v7MH,&  SWEEPING    VIEW    FROM    BOTH  FLOORS #3918  Imagine yoursolf In tho big, gracious  living ropm with a flro burning and  tha sgn setting on the watot, Thraa  [ bodrooms and bathrobe on tha  upper lloor glvos your family room to  grow and the hot water heating  keeps you Warm at, night, Main floor  with kitchen, utility room. 1-1/2  bathrooms, workshop .& carport.  Paved concrete driveway, and pathways mokp It a nice placa to comf  homo to. Asking |ust $69,500, Potor  Smith, 00*5-2233,24 hour numbor,  JttH��=ipc��..���.���  ���m��x  m ��� 4K ">   .Ur, ���  ^vmWWi"h!'...p* V'.''?'�����?' ������' I  t|j^^p|i.^!^^S��t?  .     .������. ' . yr>,  NEW ON MARKET , M03 3  For tha discerning buyar who  raqulras a spotless troma and  meticulously landscapod yard, 3  bedrooms, flroplaco, sauna,  beautiful vlow, Built-in .vmruum,  waihar, dryor, ��tove & Irldga,  160,000, Jim Wood, 0^9.2205, 24 hr,  nu'mb.ar, , :-:=-���   ���m  'l "2 ,^^S?Mffe^^��" *$'*$(  SUNDECK ON THE WATER #4016  Live tho llfo of tho landed gentry In  this mansion on tho beach -��� foui;  bdrms, den, large kltchon and a huge  entortalnmenVroom for when friends  drop up to wonder at why your life  soenqs so much batter than theirs,  Especially whan you stop out onto  the ^undack and treat thorn to the  swooping ocoanfront panorama. Or  look down across tho fruit traas on  your nlcoly landscaped 300xl00''tot.  Arid o,nly $87,000, Call Jim Wood,  885-2235 24 hour numbor.  ���A  QUIET YOU CAN HEAR J3819  Lots of birds and wlldllfo on this 12-  1/2 acros with year-round stream.  Small sound cottage built three years  ago and a guest cabin, Lots of gardan  area & acro* pi woods, TN�� "nc  tuary fqrJS^OQO. JACK WARN, B85  h239i'l24 hrs a day.  (fly*** ���> ���>���'<', ���*" .'^r..'�������-; �� f', t.r,r^m,r.r*^*mri, :yyf r.'-s"*!.^,..- , y.kftrt-r'yi ,-��?;*��� ; Vy:y< -,.., f'-V]?^!  (-.til-/ '"*','���',��� t'Q *  Ruth Moore       Don Lock      Peter Smith       Don Hadden    ,���.Jiin  885-9213 883*2526     ��� B&5-8463 :       88M504���.   885-2571 885-374G^  k��lv  v^SUPERIS VALUE* VIEW #4013  II you need a sell-contained suite,  Klus a near new quality 3 bedroom  oma, this Is II, $66,800 F.P, Why buy  In this price range without obtaining  added value ol, a ������ll-contolned  suit*? Bert Walker, 085-2235, 24 hr,  ^''Nii'lWW  for all your  Real Estate needs���  we are currently advertising in:  ��� Western Producer  ��� Calgary Herald  ��� The Citizen y  |  ��� North Shore News  ��� Peninsula Times  ��� ThePress  We thank our many satisfied  customers   for   their   ad-"  vertlslng.  Take Advantage���  Have Yoii'r property listed In  our catalogue^to obtain this      J   ''''���"���'"'���^j^p|-^^^(^^--'--'"-'*'"''  WATERFRONT YARD #3972  And you can ��wlm, ��al| or llsh from  your own prlvato plgce on tha water,  tho kind you saa Irom tha forry and  |usf plain anvy, A completely furnished one bdrm cottage on this  firivata sacluded lot makes It perfect  or retlramant or rocroatlon, And lor  |us1 $29,000, It's first coma, first  serve. Ruth Moora, 003-2233, 24  hour number,  '^*^,   Wm  ������.��������-,����*.*��*,  iiq-i^m^ war-mi*im**t^*mpx.    -j^m^ g^,,M4 Mf+^VMffjIiiW:  Jack Wain  886^881-  X.J  IHUOIWATBRrRONTLOT #400��  Horo Is a laval, accessible watorlront "  prb(>erty of 1,8 acres, with 12? feat  Irontago on the road, Asking prlco  $42,600, cash oilers, or vendor wilt.      --    ��  carry a  large  balance  at  currant  ,  JntyKfM ���*?>,������. Don Hgdcfan, BBS- ^   . .. _^_  ��� ��� v Yj-.v > -t^f, n0m6er;,'rr'7 '*;').*r"*Vu"N*,p.-*S' - 7 '''"'"'  %   '  , Hon Kent  885-9461  John B. Goodwin  885-2458���  885-2235  1 i,rtH(to��i" int5*tii"vrtw*'^  7,;  "<t""  i    i '   r  (' *  CBC  r  Vednesday, November 22, 1978  The life and death of Benjamin Chee Chee  AM RADIO  Between Ourselves Saturday 6:15 p.m.  A few days*bef Qre his death in March 1977,  Indian artist, 32-year-old Benjamin Chee  Chee recorded an interview in which, he  ,told his own story to Barry Penhale. His  .tragic death ended a career which had  only just begun ��� art critics were raving  about his work and a Vancouver exhibition  of his paintings had sold out the first day.  This program presents the life and death  of Benjamin Chee Chee.?   *  The Hornby Collection Saturday 8:05  p.m. Part II of Down There, a?play set in  British coal mining country,, by Tom  Grainger starring Eric Schneider and.  Shirley Broderick.,  Grey C.up Sunday 10:05 a.m.  Royal Canadian Air Farce advance  orders are being accepted for the" Air  Farce coihedy album due to be released  soon. Send $6.98 (includes - postage) to  CBC, c-o Learbing Systems, Box 500,  Station "A", Toronto M5.W 1E6.  prose.  Festival Theatre Monday 9:04 p.m. The  Masterbuilder by. Henrik Ibsen, to mark  the 150th anniversary of his birth, the son  of a merchant in the little Norwegian  seaport of Skien. The Masterbuilder is a  tensely emotional drama about the con-,  flicts of age and. youth, ambition and  retribution, romance and reality. A  Vancouver production starring Henry  Ramer as Halvard Solness, Barbara  Poggemilter from Victoria's Children's  Theatre as Hilde. The .cast also includes  Rae Brown, Walter Marsh, Barney  O'Sullivan, lad Deakin and Susan Chappie.     '  TELEVISION  1978 Grey Cup Coverage ,  Saturday,; 10.a.m. Grey Cup Parade.  12 p.m, Grey Cup replay the 70s  highlights from earlier games.  Sunday  Pre-Game Show 8:30 a.m.  followed by Grey Cup 1978 atlO a.m.  Wednesday Musicamera 9 p.m. A  Party ��� a contemporary ballet featuring  James Kudelka, Mary Jago, Nadia Potts'-  and Frank Augustyn of the National Ballet;  of Canada. Part II. Enfilony ��� an environmental film symphony featuring  figure sldting champions David PorteK  and Barbara Berezowski.'  Sunday Wild Canada, the. Nahanni 9  p.m. John and Janet Foster explore this  legendary   river   in   the   Northwest  The Peninsula Times  Page B-7  J. CHOQUER & SONS  OR-rl  BA^Rp/  CERTIFIED WELDER^^FABRICATOR--rlMDUSTRIAL& MARINE  . S^C.VONSAO ^STPORPOISEB^RPAO  Bus: 885-9244  Res: 885-2686  Halloween party a bang up event  FM RADIO *  Celebration Sunday 10:05 p.m. presents  -RoUe-de-Hampoler  Richard Rolle-  was a Yorkshireman  -Uving in the middle^of^he-14tlheentury-who-  became a hermit as a young man and  spent his life near the tiny village of  Hampole near Doncaster. He shared his  spiritual life by writing treatises in Latin  and English and poetry. He wielded  enormous literary and religious influence,  .considered by some the father of English,  The Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission's Halloween fireworks party was  well attended and many new people in the  area were there. AJrig thank you to the  Bob Trousdell family for hosting everyone  and for ttie beautiful cake. And a thank you  r.- u j to the firemen who1 took care of the  ion by Richaidi^tfeweriBs^-^peeiaHy-Rtck-Semott  There was a parade of the ghoulslirst and  the Christmas list for Santa with names  and ages by calling Peggy Connor 885-9347  or Jerrie Lou Wickwire 885-9750 or leave  the information at^the post office.  . December 28 isftheHate"for the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission's party  for the teens. ^     .  Phenext meeting will be Decembertt  Territories, which includes Canada's  highest waterfall Virginia Falls and the  notorious Hell's Gate rapids, a dangerous  stretch of white water. Nahanni won an  e award from the Canadian Film and  Television Association.  Monday - Superspecial The Don Harron  - Roast 9 p.m.  High Steaks 10 p.m. Disruptive cyclical  change in supply and demand have always  ^beeri a factor in the beef industry, but in  spite of this it is the one major sector of  agriculture in Canada which has consistently .resisted any government intervention in the form  of marketing  . boards. The revolution in fast food chains  has created demands that Canadian  cattlemen have been hard pressed to  meet and as a result more and more lean  --beef has been imported, especially from  ^Australia and K��sfc-Zealand.-JIhe_.beef  industry in Cana&E is big business as the  consumer Jtnows ��� this ^documentary  gssassfos  follows the beef story from the dirt bills of:  the event ended with hot dogs and mar-  shmallows;���:���: :���: ;   :  Future events will be: November 27,  bowling at 1 p.m. Those interested, call  Donna Perry, at 885-3742.  December 17. at 2 p.m.Santa will arrive  at the Welcome Beach Hall with gifts for  . each child in the Halfmoon Bay area from;  ages 1 day to 12 years old. Help us make up  at 7:30 p.m. and anyone wishing to help   Saskatchewan to the final product on your  with the Christmasparty please attend.    ynnr_siipp.rmackpfc-sMv<>S7���: r  A special thanks is extended to the .  Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department  for their part on Halloween night. This was  their usual exercise night sq. they took  their firetruck to the party, (only a short  distance .from the firehall). It was a good  demonstration for those attending. ���  Jerrie Lou Wickwire.   .  Pitch-ln78  Keep  Dfili/h Columbia  Beautiful  STERN DRIVE HEADQUARTERS  7 N  On the Sunshine Coast:  EVinntM  ��� Authorized, factory-trained  technicians.  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What is a Co-operative?  ive.7  oopof  6. Who runs the project?  A Housing Co-operative is a group of people incorporated  under the Co-operative Act for/the purpose of owning and  controlling the property and/the building of the housing  development-which they-occupy^ ���  ^  2. What do you own?  You own shares in the whole complex  you from the Co-operative.  not the unit leased to  A.board of directors ejected democratically from amongst  the members, often assisted by an outside management'  company. In this way problems connected with your home  -and general eiiviroTTmenrreceiver attention frompeople^ with  first-hand knowledge of the circumstances.  7. Who can vote af meetings?  AN members receive only one vote, irrespective bf shares   owned or monthly payments��� -������*��� ^���������~t=---  3. What is the cost?  " Q *+ m '    a  A small down payment and monthly payments projected on  the following basis:   ;  1 BEDROOM SUITE-S130 PER MO.   2 BEDROOM SUITE-S165 PER IWO.  9  8. Can you sell your interest  in the Co-operative?   3 BEDROOM SUITE-$185 PER MO.   These pay ments cou Idjbejowerjo qua] ifyjngmem bers .Once.  *fFxetlrthr^s^ayme"ff^  electricity consumption. There are no changes.  4. What are the benefits?  A. High quality housing at reasonable cost.  B. You control your own living environment co-operatively  with other invested members, ,;"....  G.Controryour own monthly payments b/taking advantage  5f a va i I a b I e govern ment prog ra ms a nd cons ider ing the we 11 -  being and financial health of your co-operative.  D. Each mernber is considered to be a homeowner.  E. You become pafrof a large increasing organization  throughout Canada interested in lobbying for and improving,  ttie housing standards of individuals.*  Yes. Sale of your shares in the Co-operative is usually quick  -and-siirrpte^ involved. Shares ap-  preciate modestly in accordance vyith thccost of living in  crease.  9. Are Co-operatives a new  \  5. Who can join?  Co-operatives are intended principally for families of modest  and moderate income, pensioners and handicapped, there is  no discrimination due to sex, creeds, religion or marital  stMus. . .' /."   ',  No. There haye been.co-operatives on-going for almost 20  years. The oldest one in B.C. is in Vancouver and has been  operating for close to 7 years, and presently there are over 30  co-operatives in the province.,   ~  10. What do the authorities say?  They find that this is one of the best ways to provide good  housing for people and to avoid Jqw cost, run-down projects.  This project has agreement in principle from the Village Qf  Gibsons and Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation.  11. What will be done about renovations?  Discussions have gone on to completely renovate the  building, provide extra parking, a large playground area, re-  carpet entrancesand allsoltes, re-palnt Inside ahd out where  necessary and update appliances, cabinets etc.  >n  J ��������,'��(��. *I|.���,.,:..;|.,-������M|......��.'��.��  <u  Contact immediately for best choice of suites and further information  .\  GIBSONS CO-OPERATIVE HOUSING ASSOCIATION  N �� -i  '��:r����"f������|ii��iiY��ifri i. -ntf'm-mmitl.jt  ;" * , i(  fd  *M *V )f  ll   i i I   i,lti t llul \       It it  V  ^^^.      g^_^ ^.    ���1 ^.    |��� _l    jmm^ iMft  _t_\      m_m       _____   ||MM|   mm J_t___  or phone DENNISitTACEYv^o-oi  i i *  y~'.i  :iT.>��*|>f...-'(i!j..Wi^*>  'fjjMil^'V.wSHHf !**i^'*"< f-p'^p'p ������  ^���WPirt  ��'!'  ���.jru'.>:'w<.",ry.,K-,'^.\V7x ^���k.  ������--���*]|��v..p.."  >'WI*'.  mmmm  ���i *w��r��IMlA��iM,***.<���**iw^.w,,���.*..  mm  ���.-���^y^y'V^y-^  1x  U  ��� m%\  l4JtWAj*4~CF*ti-i^H".>.    *wt     ft**J   i-tifi^n.**  I  ^'.J     ���    if ^ ^  '.,-frj;  *  /  <...'! ;)  ,.....,......:...w,      ��� ' > '.''.     ���        ��� i        :        ��� '  ,    '"./ '   ' I . .   , ' , ,, ."   .'(,   ,     A   \     i\  X'XA "'���' 'T' ���'   l:  " :      , ���    " ���"  -  ���   "        '       1 "  I1   p " , ���       I        ,   \ , , ��� I       ���       I  '     '   ������      'V'    *"     " ��� "��� '. '   ���!<     '  ��iHat*��)iiJ �����( ntftwvwmfR-jWiPtrf*!*- ��**um* *i  ' ' ' i \  \/  'l       ' ' J,  '  t '���  \\  .    'll'1,' .:��� ,      ���  "*>'  ���yy  ;,'>  ���' ��� V;-' "��� '���; V/?-V/>  <\  . f '   '      '      fl I  I  il    ���",'  "���      \l  \k  I X :\ , ..���;>���  N.  * V\  ';.....  277x77.  ���WS^^^^^^g'. xx  bx^yv^STTTl  i     '  'V  ���:���  The Peninsulaziimek  i Section C  Wednesday, November 22,1978  Pages 1-4  Roberts Creek auxiliary  holds fruitful:meeting  Fewer members than usual turned oijt  for the monthly meeting of the Rebels  Creek Hospital Auxiliary, but those  present dealt with an exceptional amount  of business.  A letter of thanks was read from Mrs.  Hughes, president of the Canadian  National Hospital Auxiliaries, expressing  appreciation of the donation we had made  towards her expenses as national  president. Mrs. Hughes has worked long  and energetically to further interests of  hospital auxiliaries and we are pleased to  have a member Jrom this province occupying this position.  Jean Carey's report on the recent  coffee party and bazaar was listened to  with interest arid we are all delighted with  Take a step in the right  direction. Take a few.  MIME-ARTIST Gerardo Avila will be  presenting, along "with Patrici^T  -Smith,-two-performances-of '-The-  Mime Show". There will be a matinee  -on-SunidayrNovember^e-at-^ p.mv in-  the Music Room at Chatelech Schopl,  and  an  evening  performance  on  Saturday, December 2 at 8 p.m. in the  gym of Cedar Grove - Elementary  Schooirjnckets7afeI$irforIchildren;  students and seniors, and $2.50 for  -adults.-Presented-by-the-Sunshine���;  Coast Fitness and Recreation Service  (885-5440).  ^ts_rsa(KeBS7^Jeaii3tenked-hef=willing"  helpers and asked especially that those  " "silent helpers" who do not come ,to  meetings should be thanked for their  valuable help. In conclusion, Jean made  some suggestions which may help the  convenor next time.  The door prize was won by Jaftis Wallis,  the hamper by N. Kinney and the  tablecloth by Josie Classen. . 4  Raffle winners are: Mrs. Baigent,  dishes; Marlene Longman, the blanket  and Marion- McConnell the clock radio.  The Thrift Shop had a bumper day and  - this was -explained, ih -part,- because _we_  staffed it the day before Halloween. So  many local elves and goblins indirectly  helped the hospital that night! Sorry we  couldn't supply the black'cape! ^S���^  There was a fairly lively discussion re-  -the Memorial Fund,- which -all- desire  " should "be" put to some  special" user  Eventually a small committee was formed  tolooTt"intoTluS_aHd"we_shall-hear~fror  Elves seek your support  It's that time of the year when the  Elves seek your support in their annual bid  to fill the Christmas Hampers for the  needy families on (he peninsula. For information write Elves Club, PO Box 1107,  Gibsons or phone 886-2149.  Use 'Tlmos' Adbriefs to Soil,  Ront. Buy, Swap otc.  Elves Club Members, please deposit  donations at the following depots:  December 1, Holy Family Church Hall,  Cowrie St., Sechelt (rear). December 2,  W.W., Upholstery and Boat Tops, 1779  Wyngart St, Gibsons; (behind Deveries).  10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ^  Would the gentleman from Sechelt who  offered to help repair toys phone 886-2149,  as we have misplaced your phone number..  them at the next meeting.  Will all committee heads note that their  annual reports should be given at the  December meeting. A motion was passed  that all annual reports shall date from  December 1-November 30.  January 8, 1979 will be our luncheon  and installation of the new executive and it  is hoped to have this'at the Golf Club.  Next meeting is Monday, December 11  at. 11 a.m., St. Aidan's Hall as usual. Lap  robes at the CARS clinic in Vancouver are  apparently in very short supply. If anyone,  would either like t9 make or knit sor  squares to be made up, get in touch wit  Wilma Rodgers. ��� Madeline,Grose  "Ruby Lake  RESTAURANT   m^m~L  -���XXfvX  Dine & Dance in Our New Spacious  Dining Room. Great Food and Great  ��� Sound from put* New Stereo System.  "COME FOR DINNER & STAY THE EVENING"  TOoid flfe Zhive- TU Watte* 7t/6e>K fy*. Abel  FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON  ��� Book your party or special occqsion NOW.  * Spoclal prices & morius for partios of 8 or mors.  * Dining room avallablo 7 days a wook for spoclal occasions.  RESIDENTS OF  MADEIRA PARK  Duo to extensive clearing operations at McNeil  Lake, sediment will be noticed in your water for  the next three months.  _Jl ,  \  I:  NEW YEAR'S EVE PARTY  ... i  Only 25 Couples-only $25 per couple  includes  \  DINNER���All you can eat.  * Whole jumbo prawns.  * Oysters on half shell (brought In fresh from our own fishboaj)  * Prime Rib Roast���vegetables, potatoes, hot bread, apple pie.  i  MORNING SNACK  * Spaghetti with mushroom, tomato sauce & garlic bread.  * All the customary favors. .  y.  ^���AfvUV~*Hm-w-lfy*l^v  TICKETS SOLO IN ADVANCE-SO HURRY  Winter Hours:      ��� Friday 5:30 pnt-10 pm  "*/*" <* Suiida(y3'"5*3W"fHn^  RESERVATIONS APPRECIATED  883-9433  "i*p *��*;,*'"*.  ,.*..,,  r   lot Hlway  Ruby lake  per annum  ��*.  ..,-,.:..!,  fihine Coastfedit Union;  Wy~ '.   .-Tl���l*ill�� IIM II   lllll <    II I ,i   .���JMM^JM^ijAMnn^llrtiriirill I^M^M^P��W��������.^Wi>P����<����*��������W��IM��������M  BOX^J7$AdOWftETflg��T, SECMEtt. 8.C.V0N 3A0  TELEPHONE 085-3266  ^TiwMfay^bMriday^jd.Om^JiQflLjiinL  Friday, 9��30 am-6iOQ>rn' v  Saturday, 9:30 am ��� 2t00 pm  .,<**-���  ���'   /  r-j^f v.    "ft; Vv*.' "  ���^������M^WWWirt^S*^^  '���//  li.-Y' X:X  \.  :i : ���:���  ���'���/  V*.  A  Page <>2 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 22,1978   -���  honour roll  CHATELECH JUNIOR  SECONDARY SCHOOL  Honour Roll���November, 1978.  GRADE 8  Jennifer Dowman  Nadine Hall  Lisa Matthaus  Celine Nicholas  Heidi Rohr  Ellen Thomas  , Darcie Young  GRADE 9  Peter Austin  Tony Brooks  Ray Clayton  Andrew Frizzell  Sherry Jorgensen  Stephenie Murphy  -Petrina Nicholson  Sandra Poole -  Carrie Trousdell  Vvnnnp Wnng ' -  Book Look  By MURRIE REDMAN ���  \  A SALMON. FOR SIMON by_ Betty  Waterton, Illustrated by Ann Blades, J.J.  Douglas cl978, $7.95.  This lovely little children's book contains all the elements that youngsters  delight in: colour, warmth, information  and a solid story line.      ���=-==-  Told in vocabulary that reaches out to  children, their language, is the story about  Simon, who longs to catch his first salmon.  He has received his first own fishing line  but as so many little ones, he is disappointed that he cannot also get that  salmon. When luckily an eagle drops a  large fish into a pool he has dug in tidal  water, Simon has his first opportunity to  take a big one home. When he sees the  beauty pf the live fish Struggling to return  to sea, but locked in Simon's pool, he  decides to find a way to release it.  . How lie does this^and how he feels after  mommy who brought the book to show me.  The story is based on Simbn's, grandmother, Betty Waterton's experiences  both as a grandparent and as a West-  coaster. Waterton is an artist and a writer  currently -working on another children's  book. She lives in Sidney and at age 57 is  enjoying her first success in published  work. If her next book is as good as this  one, it is bound to be a hot seller.  Mention should be made about Ann  Blades' illustrations, for they provide a  "compliment to the gentle story "of Simon  and his first salmon. The colours are deep,  yet velvety soft. The perspective is as  imperfect ag,that of a young child, one of  the (*ap^of Blades' work. Blades, being  a VaHrouverite herself,, appreciates the  nature of the West Coast and its ethereal  beauty. -.  Even without the illustrations of the  famous Ami Blades, however, the story  itself is the winner in this picture book that  Port Mellon auxiliary report  The regular meeting of the Port Mellon   President Margaret Gill. Reports were  Hospital Auxiliary was held November 8   heard from the various committees. Plans^  mmas. **&mm.T^___t_*^��*��^^��  members present. meeting will begin at ll^.m. and will be  .   The meeting was presided over bjf   followed by luncheon.  r KEEP  .C.    WATERS  C L EA M^  he has let the salmon go makes for a take  that I am sure all "Simons" will like, "niat  moment of doubt that assails us all, young_ is special. It tells and teaches atthe same  . or- -old when���confronted���with���the^���time^-and-if-I-know'-little- readersTafrallr  GRAD&10  Cinday Akins  Stephanie Esslemont  Karen Evans  Lori Jovick  David Maedel  Kari Nielsen  'Steven Ono ^. - .   ._  Niels Payne  Sharon Robins- ���_ _.__  KimSchachte  Anne Simpkins  Winnie Wong  0 Tammy Enns  HONOURABLE MENTION  ~GRADED   Lana Arnett  Elizabeth Corbin   .Tammy McPhail    ---  Tina Willoughby  GRADE 9    Caroline Gill  AUtumn-Glessing   judgement of-owJirst--killL'Jtoriaod,_is_  one that Simon must deal with even in his  tender years.    . *  There is a real Simon and it was his  they will love A SALMON FOR SIMUNT  I     Shop Canadian    |  r  1  1  a  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  1  _���  APPLIANCE TROUBLES?  We Have A Hot Number for You!  885-9578  MAJOR APPLIANCE SERVICING  Ed Kohuch���Service Manager  FAST, EFFICIENT SERVICE  TO ALL MAKES AND MODELS.  (We Also Install Hot Water Tanks)  1  I  I  B  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ������TS*  Greg Jovijck.  Andra MacLean  Jennie Pajor  Jim Scott  Kelly Soleim  Melissa Walker  Anne Watt  Alison Nicholas  GRADE 10  John Choquer  -Gordon Clayton-  Lois Frewin ,  Kathleen HaU  Brad Ingham  r  .��.��..-* '  Tso-nye -=  Last; week,, we mentioned that ;the  "FisKeries Department" gave "us~an"in7  cubation bo* for salmon eggs. This week,  'we w%ht and got.about' -.5,000 Salmon eggs  from Deserted River and fertilized them,  In about 56 days, the eggs will hatch. We  also put out 5 prawn traps, but our luck  was not good. We caught about half a  ' ''pound; '������'      ''- ,,.'.!,.".������'"  We asked some of the people up vat;  Deserted Bay what they thought of the  Native Environmental Studies program  , and how it differed from being at the usual  .   schools. These are their replies.:  Joan Marshall (Cook and instructor of  '   spinning and weaving).  "I'm so much on the inside looking out!  It's kind of like a family unit to me, partly  because I didn't know anybody beforo,  We're right out in the bush: most schools  aren't."  Mike Virtanen (Student from Chatelech  Junior High ^ehool).  "Eating and Sleeping here ���- that  makes the difference. You get to know  everyone better. It helps you to Hvc>on  your own. It's also easier to study ydu'r  courses up here," *"   '  Laura Lee, Hawken (Student from  Elphlnstono Junior-Senior Secondary  School). ,  "You get more freedom. Ypu get to  study about nature and about the Indian  culture." ���.,-,/.  During tho week of Monday tho 6th of  November, the Native* Environmental  * "Studies' studontsi^ctf^irtlTOottAN*''':  down at Chatolcch. Wo visited tho  resource peoplo on the reserve ancl did n  canoe dump and practice session In tho  Gibsons swimming pool. We also did a fair  amount of ncudomlq work to keep our  grades up, -- Mlko tfrhnklnnd, I^avonno  I Rudolph nnd Stephanie Rend.;  4, ��'  , 1  ,'tt���.  Xky'j^XX  Pitch-In?  .!:���   y  PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL  DECEMBER 4th, 1978  'J)m  T  ^r  FOR THE  SEASON  SNO-  By Doubl-Glo  10 fl.oz  CHRISTMAS VALUE  New from Noma  25 ECONO-LIGHT  OUTDOOR SET  ���  Energy saver  Sparkle or Glow���  CHRISTMAS VALUE  EACH   .'  *V   J.ijj..itt--V  "LUV and KISSES"  She's 16" high and gives  you a kiss. No battpriea  required  CHRISTMAS VALUE  8\l:'m9:m9.  mil  CHRISTMAS  GIFT WRAP  5 rolls Paper 26'x20' (240") or  EolUone-26^dJJ5l.(.15il)L  CHRISTMAS VALUE  1.49  EACH  ADORN  HAIR  SPRAY  13 fl.oz.  CHRISTMAS  VALUE      ;  1,97  MAGICUBES  Sylvania  3 Cubes - 12 Flashes  CHRISTMAS VALUE  1.97  CHRISTMAS  on AGNcRS  The Traditional Item  with surprises inside  10's  12's  PLAY DESK  Flaher-Prlce. An  educational gift  lor the little one  at your house. For  ages 3 to 8 year?.  CHRISTMAS VALUE  ':_��*M��k  aammmamtmmammaaamr  PAPER MATE  GIFT BOXED PENS  A Christmas  thought  0/. OFF  /U suggested  list price  Fresh Roasted  '_*___&&  FLASH  Sylvania  CHRISTMAS VALUE  W\ m%3 i  SOAP-ON-A-  ROPE  170'g.,"���,   '���".,'.     /  CHRISTMAS VALUE  CASHEWSl  DELUXE  MIXED  SOAP  3'a Chooso from assorted  fragrances. 'A gift of Love'  CHRISTMAS VALUE  mmmmmmm  SEASON S GREETINGS and  BEST WISHES for your -  HAPPINESS in the NEW  YEAR_:i/  7  FROM WESTERN DRUG MARTS - YOUR  FAMILY STORES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  |Wo Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities  GIBSONS  $unnyc##it-$hoppfli1i0-C^  886-7213  Wostern Drug Mart - We Treat You Rightll  ;, ���' .������/:������     '' "������*'���< '.'.������:: :   "  # p' ���    '  ,.i:,l,,l.i',,.��l..:.Jli!l;  ,   f  ;iSEGHEi#,i';-'  Tral);Bay*Mcill--"-^  ~ilfttim*U7.KC*r^  885-9833  ..lU* '������<  <.*��.'ii ' 'ii  "*"��'hV*  ���.A,.,.,wy\;  ���   ���' XM7..  p' X  ����� :��� ^*i***.^^|"if�� ')jjau^'(f",'*'''*,'f t.'v*i't* in-nr- *j^j>f***-rj^,J'*^1'^r^irt��lt,5i'i **?*���*��i*^��*,^**^i��'>-p*t-*p*^n,^^**����w��%*i*'f��!����*t'��.,*tpi'a��-i!t��*Ai4-s*,m*��*:-^h(,t*--��j  A.  !^Jtf*W*lMiI^J.j*w'i5tt ��S*��Sw*^ ��>ffliiS��MW.H>��MiBr'i3  W��*W^rt��WlStW^����*#^^  \  '    ���"������(���.���    \;  rrgiiiitii!iii)m}fKm&^^  \7  I,    \  , ' '      - ' -L '������> |      f t | , ���       - , . ..���,.....,,,.  ,     i ,      ' *       : ' \ ������>,'��� ���  ,   *  ���  XX   ..i '. V   ;    v,: "���:, .    '������        '   ���        A,      ,    , .. I...        p*  ^^.���BSsja^ft^wi^Wita^  ���1 '  I  \  ,!  ') A  .h ,.  i    I  it  ,../,  . r  .,,*,,,���lt���w  '-+---'1--*1;  ���7 I  ,,\k,,,,., ,   '/  \   . ���  Wednesday, November 22,1978 The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  IN GIBSONS  HIRE AN>  EXPERT IN  TILE SETTING  886-9505  ' FREE ESTIMATES  NO OBLIGATION  Don't be sorry  years, later.  WW.  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  886-2525  WE HAVE A COMPLETE .  SELECTION OF WOOL &  CRAFT  SUPPLIES   -  McCALL'S  PATTERNS'   .-SEWING���---.  NOTIONS & .  4EWELRY  UPHOLSTERY ft  BOAT TOPS LTD  MAKING CUSHIONS  FOR CHRISTMAS?  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Hwy.  _Gibsans..  fBiisoNr-BUILD,NG  SUPPLIES  A COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE"  y  mw3&  Com* &  See Us  886-8141  Sunshine Coast  Highway, Gibsons  "MORE  THAN  JUST  PLYWOOD"  'Lp  r-WINDSOR  mnracftsHent  886-  9221  MILLER  MARINE  ELECTRONICS'  . next fp Dogwood  \���Cafe'rtowwr  Gibsons-  .^Mfc^f  SPECIALISTS IN  RADAR, VHF, CB  THE PEACH TREE  For all your Cosmetic and  Fashion Jewelry Needs.  ���   Manicures, Pedicures, Facial  _Clea]risingsJLMake=up_AppllcatJon_  master charge  k^_Order*-Ttiken.i  885^3813^  a*r"r��      xrir  JSS^-"  Put'Your Feet Into Our Fantastic  "> WlnterBdotVat   CAMPBELLS FAMILY SHOES &  LEATHER GOODS  In tha heart of Sechelt'   885-9345  'Specializing in Ladies & Mens|  .Cuts & Styling,  Coloring,  . .j        Blow Drying.  rt   Long, soft, wash & U     j  ,^���>        wear perms.        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S) 885-3258  ^���hYZ*L��**��Si  WHITE CHRISTMAS CACTUS  6 in1, pots  $5.50.  885-9455  SECHELT  *  ��� iV  )  PET'S 'N PLANTS  885-5526, Sechelt  '$H\ *SATURDAY-SPECIAL  /-*-        "ANGEL FISH"  Buy 2 -  Get 1 FREE  SUNWORTHY WALLPAPER  nSave Up Ton600/^  Sechelt Building Supplies Ltd.  4*CiiE2i  ,*^'  l^  MOREL'S FRAMING &  CONSTRUCTION LTD,  "SEE OUR  SPEC HOUSES"  specializing h  CUSTOM HOME BUILDING ft  FRAMING  886-2440  EXQUISITE BOUQUET  ,   886-9222  ."    UNDER NEW  ._ MANAGEMENT. - _  Come in Sfcrowse. We now  have our Christmas arrivals.  Sunnycrest Centre,. Gibsons  IN PENDER HARBOUR  Q" HARBOUR SUPPLIES  883-2513  INGLIS WASHER  & DRYER  Beg. $749  NOW  $699  (poj^only)  ���>  r^Fesf  &  Restaurant  TAKE OUT Fish or Chicken ft Chips  Home. Cooked NIGHTLY SPECIALS  Breakfast & Lunch 8:30-2 pm  LocatST 6* PP\       Cl5-d *���*>r  Pender Harbour HoteL 883-2617  iJfiF     iM ���**���* -.  ions  Ladies, Men's &  Children's Wear  883-2315  MADEIRA PARK  p"��. -. ���+>   #*-u i   ��*   ^  Here's lots of stuff for you to do. You can enter the  colocing-contestr-join-theBirthday_CLib.-OR_you���  could also send us things that you make. Our  address-is-Box-^JlOrSeeheltrSo, get-busy hAnd"  thanks to all of ypu who sent us stuff last week.  ALSO: The Peninsula times is having a Christmas Story Contest (there's a story  abqut it. on the front page of the paper). So write a story about Christmas and  send it to us. The winning stories will be printed in this paper the week before*  Christmas.  Remembrance  Day  make it  They fighted for our country^  sofne died,'some'"still living  from,��vy6r|d war two. I feel  sorry for the people! that  flghted for us. If I ever see a  war grave I will be very sad.  '   by Slow Yong Sim  Calypso Shake  4 cups milk '   .,     t    _ , ii_,.,.:... ,.���,���  _-,8 heaping tsp Nettle's Qulk  V- 2 scoops vanilla ice cream     ,,  1 ripe banana (mashed)  Put It all in a blender. Mix it at  high speed until It's smooth. ^��^  How to Make  A Penny Shiney  1) Put salt & vinegar In a cup of water.  2) Stir It.  3) Put ai dark colored penny, In It.  4) Stir It for a minute.  TV, l   ;>������!,������  *?v,��  N'.  Introducing the  HEY KIDS  BIRTHDAY  CLUB  Hey kids I Send u. your name aiid '$��$/  blrthdate and we'll priake you o  ''"&M member ol the Hey  ffi ,      Kldt Birthday Club.  &i    Name ,,,   ^M< ���   ��� tt  mft   Blrthdate month ���>. .v...,........  'x) * doy ..f  V��c"'' ���'   r\Q\*\fm\%*��m   j i f i ) i i i i (i i i i i i i i i t i  WHEN  IS  NAME ���  " , i "  ��� i   ' ' ''  /MJL/i\l^4>d   i i i t i * i t i �� �� ��� t i i i i ��� i i i t i i ��� i ��� # * i �� i i i i �� �� i i ���,�� * �� ��� ��� * ��� *   rAVJUS titi i  >ANTO COWRIlie CONTEST  Enter the "Hey Klda" colbrlng contest. Co^r Santa with wax or wooden crayons.  ��Flllinih9'~��ntryl���formrSond"1^1o^, ?* :������*��-*���-���- r- *- ""7;"" ���"*-"' '  * - ''',:���'������ , ��� <  ��� * 1 < 11  BIRTH  DAY  ,,.���r  Send In Iho form to us "Hey Kldt Birthday  Club", c/o Pen.Jjmei, Bok 310, Secholt, B.C,  RIDDLES  :<:  i-y.)  ' I*. .'*v"  ^flMl*��t     fl.��.��M-i.(l^^  Santa Coloring Contest        ,������ ^y.' .^n.ymv"^-" 7;^ ���' -  " ���^;7^;UN*ulm7*;ww,,w,,-'-,-,',',,'^r'J>i'' i���::v;���"*", ""' :''  '!��� Box 310, j  .mm. w s.    M* ��   �� ��� ^       �� * *-   -ft*. a.   .   m      *   <��� ���,      ���> * 1 *     ��"T * ^ ^     > ^'-"^^i * '���-" '<'  **    4    U*   <*��� 1  ��      i,   f^   -m t* ������     **.    i  -"ft        <���  ���} in    " t i r  1. What l^orie has wlngiT  3, Whjr shovld you never tell lecrefi In a stable?  3, Why should a fish be well-educafedT  4. When, Is <oft*e like the toll!      ,'   ���,   , ���',  ���-*���; ;-5: yvhnt'lnitfct Is found" In ichoelt" ,,    w, When Is rppe like a piece of WoodT  ,#.,.,  M"  }  PrUei will be awarded according to age. ,  Winners will b�� announced ^���W..NtJ.3i.l.--,....alw x~*���-  ��� 'e|ou>| soif ii ueijAA -9 ����q r>ii|||��de y "fi punojO ��|  ��l ����MM > ��|��otpi u| e/\|| /et|�� esnoDeg x io|o( Ajjdd iesioH etnoMQ -j /|(eijoH v 'i  ...... ;:.,.7.., >J,     ',���;-.'    ;'.y.    '   ';":���.;':���'.:..'"���":'  ���'.  ...JS^SNV-  SPAWNING SALMON  On  Monday.  Novpnpjofr   13,  tha. arade, 6|Uvfmtp. ^^e" ^-  Elementary wenfddwn to Angu�� Cr����*K W watch th����itenYioWipawnr "mi-  ",|n Angun Creek It's a Coho run and there Wore abbuj 60 salmon  there. There wero also two pink salmon mlnallnd with the Coho. _,j_  ll~~ZmZ2mZLm!mm!m^Ztl��ZmZ*t~��^  ialmon Ago* Will dry out.  REMEMBER; kids 6r anybody rtfiould,not throw rocks Tat th*>  8aJni9flllJi��an kill the#lI ',"..       ,';....,;....'  .1'.,.-    .   .,   :  -��.'  Amjimmmmmmmmmmmtmii^^  ���liil'fi'ii ^mwiffBilM  ". V  iMMtMfflfttl*;  ^<mwmmw>*i**#^*^**^  1       ^K'ia.    *      '"'  , t   '' I '  ^�����r**��*i?*i  r .      .    .  mwrnmrn/mimm  i      .1.   ,    . rr >r  mem  ^:,pv^,a��^  5.  \fr  , ,t^m^ttm^^Mtt^^^mt^fH^m^^mti��t^'m^^  ,,  , -h   i , .    ���   ...     a.   '  .1  .    ,'   *,H"^'P...S     TP��,.*H*.>  1W��J?l^~B4Uft5(����a����Mi��RH��M*-WM����  .,^M*rimwH.y*���*mr,* ^m.  w^  ��ola I ms.^r ''  L  ' ���,/  I. *  /."/  /   i i;  p .1  :.t  A:  ,::./: ':".���  ��� i .���!,..  f 'k1 '���'���J  V  . "**  Page 0-4  The Peninsula Times.  Wednesday, Novem!)er 22,1978  Advertising Feature  CHRISTMAS ISSUE  noon on  ������4'.  *  &  SANTA'S  GHispHSV  7::'XXimiX^^y7--XA7a��^^^7  ;;; f ^IKt%|Sf8tsS�� :W^ -7:7:  ���.kX:yi-X: X:'..*k*S3&Xyr-.  7*7$l0k0k7777%7^  ���*S3%X7x:7' :r '"���''"  . ^.��.��(,V.T^^ ���������jjr>{r%L-.    ,_���.  ���^A^���-v7r������-^\���'^���  *>.'.  )Kb  d&,  '��'.  SANTAS HOURS  AT SUNNYCREST CENTRE  SAT, DEC. 2nd-12 PM-3 PM  FRI, DEC. 8th-4 PM���7 PM ���,...'���'  s ; ' .        SAT;DEC.9th-lIAM-tPM&2PM4PM  FRI, DEC. 15th-4 PM-7 PM  SAT, DEC. 16th-11 AM 1 PM & 2 PM-4 PM  WED, DEC. 20th-11 AM-1 PM & 2 PM-4 PM  ; tmib,!^ .:   FRI. DEC* 22nd-4 PM-7 PM  SATURDAY-SANTA'S GONE BACK TO NORTH POLE TO FILL ORDERS!  HAVE YOUR PICTURE '��$*$  j'  I flllEJw "WW I ill  9#IIwI#1h  #3  ���.'K,i.  p.-* ,..  '^q^  *W>^HmTij  i ..ttf.A'  .**.- :v,y  ��/    Vi  *_r'A_J_f" :  THE SUNNYCREST CENTRE-29 SHOPS TO SERVE YOU  ���'V,'"Y     .'    V��,fl  , V1**'.'������������������  ��� ���..,>...t,,pi.i....i-,i-.,A.p��-��.i  * " ' '���!, ���'. ''  ).  :���" 1   ^'S^^pKat^^wSSW^  ^y?'c.,' ������.;  fl*i*MVfli    .ri^.l***.^^'  ,.. m.. ..p,��',i*'<.*.:..^f ,r.Ts',.*pj9f, ,"lr��n**��f����".���i**'^��,*r,f"-;*  '.���"���.���"WC"...*"-'"',"  ��vit��tafcfe-^��:=M*^$*'<��* **  M^MB^^'aWt^*!*^^  ���.���.A.^��.pi  ��u  ���mMt^^tt^MtsefisKtai^^  J,  '<    . '���, J"*  .��:.. ., v..   ,. ...   <  ri ��� *jx\.i, '/ ���"  ;/./  I '  U:<  ' I  l��. I,  I    I .v.  r  "T"  yy-  :x:2Jx  j ���  The Peninsula luneb  SectionD  Pages 14  Roads an icy hazard  on northern peninsula  SECHELT  .Black ice on the northern peninsula  roads caused hazardous conditions and  several accidents last week.  Sechelt  RCMP  report  that Robert  Cocking slide off Highway 101 near Ruby.  Lake November 11 while travellingx northbound. Damage to his car is estimated at  $500.  Richard Conkuvwent onto the shoulder  "b��-(Wden Bay Road to avoid a deer and  dropped into a ditch. Vehicle damage is  estimated at $250.        < ���  ' The driver of a 1978 Honda has been  charged with making' an unsafe left turn  after a two-car collision November 13 in  Davis Bay.   The Honda hit a 67 Mercury pick-up  j^uausing=$2^00^amaged;orbQthzJjehiclesc  entered sometime last week and thieves  absconded with a framing hammer; an  axe, a hatchet, a set of rain gear, a red  metal tackle box, a fishing knife and  assorted pots and pans/  Police, say the only access to the.  property is by four-wheel drive vehicle.  Four rings are missing from a Sechelt  residence. -The rings, described as a gold  wedding band with three diamonds, a gold  ring with three red stones, a gold ring with  aquamarine stones and an engagement  ring with garnet and pearls, went missing  November 17.  Three pairs of ladies white nylon underpants were stolen from a clothesline oh  Mermaid St. November 15.. Anyone finding  underwear that matches this description  -ean-eontaefc-the-Seehelt-ReMP-detack  MOREL'S FRAMING &  _     CONSTRUCTION LTD.  "SEE OUR  SPEC HOUSES"  specializing in  CUSTOM HOME BUILDING &  FRAMING  886-2440  A BlSlW driven by Julie Southurst slid  on black ice November 17 in Garden Bay.  The front window of the car popped and  the rear window was smashed.  Two hunters went missing in the Secret  Cove area November 12 but were found  safe and sound.  LUUAL Kftbiuttma viewed tne opened its doors (and"windows) tathe  partially finished Sunshine Coast Arts   public. Entertainment, hot, dogs a^nd  Centre -Saturday when -the- centre- refreshments-were-provided.  Police say hunters Dale Berg and Bill  Smith, both of Richmond were separated  while hunting on logging roads in the area.  Berg radioed in by CB and the SOS was  heard by Mrs. Hain of Coopers Road, who  contacted the police.  Berg was found on a logging road that  night and the search for Smith was called  off until early the next morning.  _ . Smith ws found by. police, on .ttie highway near Middlepoint the next day. He had  stayed_in_pne *place all night, billlt~a, fire  and then followed the Hydro right-of-way  to the highway in the mprnsjng.  ���- A house -in-the -Selma Park area -was  Hnenfc t  GIBSONS    ' _"  The Gibsons detachment of the RCMP  report a number of break-ins and two  thefts in the area last week.  About $300 worth of fishing equipment  was taken from'a boat moored near~  Eastborne on Keats Island November 13  and November 16 a break-in and entry on  North Fletcher Road netted thieves a  small amount of money and some loose  coins.  Another break-in was reported at a  residence on Beach Avenue in Roberts  Creek but apparently nothing was taken  by the intruders.  The* detachment is also investigating  the-wilful damage of several^pf-4h^-in-:  sidators used to carry the wires on hydro  poles in the Wharf Road area of Langdale.'  Police say the insulators are being shot  at and destroyed by youths with firearms.  No estimate of-damage has-been-made^���  V /  THE HEAT IS ON!  And so it will be for months to come.  Insulate NOW and Start Saving on Fuel Bills  It not only makes good economic sense, it's a matter of  comfort os well. We can Insulate uninsulated walls and  upgrade your ceiiing insulation toot  CALL US FOR A FREE NO-OBLIGAT!ON ESTIMATE  MODERN INSULATION CO. LTD.  885-3311  Ron McGuinness  Residents satisfied with mall landscaping plan  Though they raised the ire of many  nearby residents in past months, Trail Bay  Enterprises has at last come up with a  landscaping plan for the area bordering  their shopping center and a planned addition.  ~   Company-head Dick Clayton displayed -  the plan before village aldermen lastrweek  and it appears to have gained/their acceptance as well as that of Bob Lemieux,  spokesman for the group^of 80 residents  who protested against the removal of trees  from the area.  The new plan comprises some 50 trees  planted to border the 550 foot length of the  property on earth'mounds that will bring  the trees up to an eight-foot height. Cedar,  Douglas fir, sequoia, dogwood and cherry.  are included along with other types of  trees and several varieties of shrub.  The company had earlier removed all  but a few dogwood trees1 along the strip  Whitaker House  still without a home  and the neighbourhood erupted in protest  , over it.  Lemieux said the residents believed the  strip would he left in its natural state but  the company took down too many trees.  ��� The residents had been assured earlier  by Clayton that the situation would be put  right, he said.-    -  "They have, done a good job with "the  plan and' they should be commended"  Lemieux added. ..,, ���     ��� ^s.  "But what we have really accomplished here is that now developers  will have to permit before development. It  used to be done on a verbal commitment  alone," he said. *  The landscaping project is expected to  be completed by autumn of 1979.  Clean Up Vow Act  Pitch~ln*78  ATTENTION SHOPPERS!  xx. >\s   We give friendly,  courteous service  to our customers���YOU!  DOUGLAS'S  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  886-2615  Shopping with Satisfaction  or your money refunded.  A brief appearance at the village  council.meeting lastweek .byLions Club ~  TnTembeFOlaf Wallander has left the fate of~  Whitaker house, one of Secheltte few ,  Hall  property   at  Wilsbn   Creek  Wallander's own lot on Porpoise.  and.  Bay_  remaining landmarks of the early 1900s,  still hanging in the balance.  "I am disappointed in council. I have  looked for every possible way to ^ave this  building. We are giving you this house on  certain conditions and that is that it be "demolish the structure.  Road, have been discussed but met with  resistance by both club and council*  members who want to keep the landmark  in the village.  The house, located on the corner of  Inlet and Cowrie, was donated to the Lions  by Hayd?n Killan who had planned to^  Let's run  around  together.  pannc/P3cnom  The Canadian movement for personal lilnow.  Htriess, In your* heart you know ll's right. ���  ';<>'���';  ''1  :f*��.',:islir.-p..,.;*:iV(*;,;'.1i',���;'i!!5(c,iif?*';Ti  w,~  made into a museum," Wallander told the  meeting.  He said his opinion was that council  was concerned about the cost of keeping  . the building and that he had said before  that the Lions Club would take complete  responsibility for restoration costs including those to meet fire regulations and  conform to local bylaws.  "We havo accepted this responsibility  and we will do It," said Wallander.  But Aid. Morgan Thompson said the  village had never said anything about the  cost.  Mayor Harold Nelson added tl/at the  Council's concern was that/tho club had  asked the village^ for a pl^ceto put the  house.    '.���'���'  ^  Original plans k^pd^cato, Whitpker  House In Hackett Parkfell through when _  council learned a covenant on tho deed to  tho park allowing only buildings used for  recreation in the park. ���   ���   i   Aid. | Erode Jorgenson, a- Lions Club  member, who originally brought -the;  proposal beforo council October 10, said/  the village couldn't afford to take over tho(  restoration of the house!      '/��� i  "It would bo far ,t<io expensive for us t6  take over as a comthMnity. Wo can't afford  the money. We can't como up with tho  $20,000,f�� ho added;  "   ( '  Ho said it would bo bettor for tho Lions  ^tb have It because thoy hnvo .10 members,  to work oh lt|J)ut ho said the councjl  doesn't have the voiuntdor people.  ' Jorgensen told Uio meeting that ho liad  discussions with the club president and  learned pio Lions nro having second  thoughts nbout tho expense of moving nn<J  restoring tho houso;  'Tho Times asked Wallnndor If ho would  comment on tho club's return bf tho houso  to tho vlllago council. ��� <  ���  ��� no*declined further comment,   ""'"'  ��� tx   "It's tholr house now/' ho sald<;, H '  vkmjmr '��� ,&N;iltij��S'����:Jt<p;; toctttlon��rthe -Hank  Prime Retail or Office Space to be  constructed in Loivrr (,ibsons.  Prospective tenants contact (lEORCE  (,l i\\AkOS after :\iOO p.m.. MU>-22(>n.  ���STONEWORK  * Stono facing *flr#plw��^  & Chimney Ropalr* ���  "ill ANDY 886-2821  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Date Pad  Nov. 22 ��� Preschool Library 8, Storytlmo, Wllscjn Crook Community Hall,  11:30 am, , , , '  '  Nov. 22 ���Dancing Sr, Citizen* Hall, Socholt, 1:30 pm.  Nov, 22 ��� Carpot Bowling, Harmony Hall, 1 pm,  ,Nov. 22 ��� Film Night 'Tho Bost of NFB', free lllmi to oritortaln, on lolsuro,  hoalth, rocroatlon, daneo, (ports, gymnastic*. Spons. by: Rocroatlon  Sorvlco, Chatelech Music Room, 8:30 pm.  Nov. 23 ��� Film Show, Wolcomo B*ach Hall, 7:30 pm, NFD Wlldllfo Crafts,  -��� ��^ -��������� -���>������ ���...-....��...���..  Nov, 23 ��� Western Weight Controllers Meeting,  10 am, 005-9366 to  register, " '  Nov, 23���-Alateon MooflngrUnltdd Church Hall; Gibsons, 7 pm,         ...  Nov, 23 ��� Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting. Wilson Crook Comm, Hall," 8:30  pm. 883-3394 or 885-2896 for Info,  ' Nov, 24 ��� Fltnoss Testing & Blood Pressure Clinic & Recreation Sorvlco  Offlco (Sochelt, noxt to Manpower Offlco) 12-1 pm,  ' Nov, 24 ��� Blood Pressure Clinic, Trail Bay Mall, 1 -4 pm. 083-5440 for Info,  Nov1, 24 ���Cafl?o Party * Fashion Show, Wilson Ck. Comm, Hall, 10:30 am,  'Everyone welcome," ��� -,���������--,������������ ������������������,,������  Nov, 24 ��� Benefit Dance for Sdphle & Ron Phare, Robts Ck Comm Hall, 9  '   pm. Tickets at Soavlow Market & Boachcombar Hotol,  Nov, 25 ��� Kids Basketbdll Clinic, Chatelech Oym, 10:30 am-12:30, 80S-  3440 for Into,For students all ages.  Nov. 25 ��� Coast Art Soclety-Sechelt Sketch Club 2nd Exhibition of Coast  Artists, St. Hilda's Hall, 2-6 pm,      '  ,Nov,'26 ��� Oarage Solo/Open House, Oorden Bay Fire Hall, 10 am-4 pm  Nov, 26-~TheMl/ne Show>wlth Oerardo Avlla & Patricia Smith, Chatelech  MUlc Rm, 2 pm, -  .���. N9y.!,?6���.Fnm|)y.Acily|!l,��iJYP!1tyNIL.I?q!lmlnl9nr..,lMniWJnB,..plna:Pfiino���  ��� fpr the whole lamlly), Chatelech Oym, 2-4 pm. 805-3440 for Info,  Nov, 27 -* Carpot-BoiW|ln0r:A Cltlrent Hall', SechdtfllJJflw^.ArC";    -  �����N<M4"^Now Horizons Club, Roberts Creek Comml^alC 1i36pmrCtirpet.,:  Bowling, Whist, Bridge etc.   ���        ,  Nbv.28 ��� Al Anon NlMtlng, 8��, Aldan'i Hall, 8^,886-9041 or 883-3394  USE THIS SPACE TO PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S IVlNtt.  TAKE ADVANTAGE  OF OUR CLASSIFIED  AD DISCOUNTS.  NOW��� Place your  PENINSULA TIMES CLASSIFIEDS  at The  HERON CAFE in lower Gibsons,  or  t.*m*.*-'jH\m.;m4*.^m-t>'a��,  ;    :  If yow prefer tq be billed,-  call  885-3231  Tuesday through Saturday  ^ ���'#�����**��,* *mi- ���***��>^,> \��  ifmy.lli--,:yfr'r.-'-^\''  ���,V'r*im'i^,\'nyiiii,,.'Mi'rh'ltlf>'',^'-lJtitf'l"~ .'.'������  ,. ...  J    '  I.  X~~A, ],  X  ).���:��� ���   -\ I  I '  i  Y" .    -I  \     ���  \  Wednesday, Nov. 22   CHANNEL .2-   CHANNEL. 4.^  -p    CHANNELS -  . -CHANNEL 6 -  -i?   CHANNEL 7���-  >-.   CHANNEL 6 -  >CHANNBL 9  CHANNEL 11 ���  -CHANNEL 12 ~  - CHANNEL 13~'  12:00  Switzer ,  -Ail My, Children  Hollywood Sqs.  News  News  News  Specials   ,  News  Dr, In House  All My Children  Cont'd.  12:30  , Search for Tom.  Cont'd.  Days of  'Ida- Clarkson  As the'  Movie:  Cont'd.  Adam-12  All In Family  1:00  Bob  McLean  1 Life To Live  , Our Lives  Marcus  Welby  World Turns  Banacek  .  Art Start    -  Movie:  Crosswits  Vancouver  1:30  C6nt'd. -  Cont'd.  The Doctors  Cont'd.  Guiding Light  Cont'd.  Spinning Stories���No-Highway  M.A.S.H.  Cont'd.  2:00  Edge of Night  General'  Another  Adam-12  Cont'd.  Another  Stories  ln.the Sky  Dating Game  Tic Tac Dough  Cont'd.  2:30  Cdn. Authors   '  Take 30      .  Hospital  World  Cdn. Authors  M.A.S.H.  World  BqoK, Look, Lis.  Cont'd.  Lively Special.  Going Places  3:00  ' Edge of Night  Movie: T.B.A."-  Take 30  Dinah  Alan Hamel   '  Over Easy  Popeye  Match" Game  3:30  ��� Celebrity Cooks  Boomerang  Xont'd.      .  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Book Beat  Banana Splits  Jeannie  Scooby Doo-  4:00  Charlie Chaplin  -56.oou.ooo Man  Cont'd.  Bionic  Everyday  T.B.A.  Price ls Right  .  Sesame Street  Super Stars  Funorama  Little Rascals  4:30  For Kids  Cont'd.  Cont'd."  Woman  Hockey:  Toronto vb   ���  Cont'd.  Leave to Beaver  Gilligan's  Island  ��� Part: Family-  5:00  Goodies  News  Carol Burnett  Sanford & Son  News.  Mr. Rogers  I Love Lucy.  My 3 Sons  I Love Lucy  Petti. Junction  5:30  ���All-in Family  Cont'd.  News  News  Cont'd.  New York  Electric  Co.  Part.  Family  Hollywood  Sqs.  6:00  News  Cont'd;  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  Brady Bunch  Andy Griffith  Carol Burnett  ' 6:30  Cont'd.  "Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  My 3 Sons  Gong Show  Bob Newhart  7:00  Mary^T. Moore  P.M.   Northwest  Seattle  Star" Trek  Tell the Truth  T.B.A.  Hogan'a Heroes  Joker's .Wild  Vancouver  7:30  Muppets.  Animals  Evergreen Ex.  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  Winsday  ��� Reginald Perrin  Bob Newhart  Wives of Pat.  Cont'd.  8:00  Gift to Last  -8 Is Enough  Dick Clark  Gift to Last  T.B.A.  8 Is Enough  Wild Horses,  Gulness Book  Newlywed Game  Cont'd.  8:30  Cont'd.  Conl'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Broken Wings  of Records  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  9:00  'Musicamera ���- ,  Charlie's Arigels  Movie: T.B.A.  -  Musicamera  T.B.A.  Charlie's Angels  T.B.A.  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Movie:  9:30  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  T.B.A.f  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  -  Pirate Pt. 2.  10:00  Rhoda,  Vega$  Cont'd.  Sha Na Na  T.B.A.  Steve Martin  New Klan  News  Justice  Cont'd.       .     \  Cont'd.              \  Sports Page'    j  10:30,  Watson Report  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Watson   Report  T.B.A.     i  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Love Experts  Cont'd.  11:00  News  News         '  News               v  News '  News'   y  News  T.B.A.  Gong  Show  Love Experts  11:30  Cont'd.  Police Woman'  Tonight Show  . ContM.  Late Movie  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  Outer Limits- -���  Late Movie  Cont'd.            ' /  Pagel>2  The Peninsula Times     ' , Wednesday, November 22,1978  885-9816  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  Stereo & Appliances  IN THE M OF SECHELT �����**  AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS      .-  Thursday, Nov. 23  *y  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00 " Switzer  12:30 Search for Tom.  1:00 Bob McLean  1:30 Cont'd.  All My Children Hollywood- Sqs. News   ��� News               , News                      Opera:                   News Dr. In House  Cont'd. Macy's Ida  Clarkson As the , Movie:                    Bartered  Bride     Adam-12 Dating Game-  1 Life To Live Thanksgiving Marcus Welby World Turns Unfinished             Cont'd.                    Movie: - ' Crosswits  Cont'd.       '��� Parade       - ��� Cont'd.           Guiding Light Journey Cont'd. Sensations '        Donahue  All  My  Children  Vancouver  Cont'd.  2:00 Edge of Night  2:30 Odn. Authors  3:00 Take 30  3:30 Celebrity ��� Cooks  General-  Hospital,  Edge of Night  Treehouse  -Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.'  Movie:  4:00  4:30  Charlie  Chaplin  What's New  jaHCnGBoaieS-  -5:3,0-���Alf-tn-Faiaily-  $6,000,000 Man  Cont'd.   .Can. Schools Cont'd.  Cdn. Authors M.A.S.H.  Take 30 ' Dinah  Celebrity Cooks Cont'd.  Another  World  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel'  Cont'd.      ���.  ^News-  Plppi  Cont'd.  -conpar  -Contf.4-  Blonlc   Woman  -ConftL-  Everyday  -Confd,   6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  News-   '  C6nt'd.  Mary T. Moore  Trivia  Quiz.  '���  dfcnt'd.   r~;  Cont'd."  '  P.M.  Northwest  Exploration   Carol" Burnett      News  Sanford-&-Son=Newa^  Cont'd.  Price Is Right  =$6,000,000^811-  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Over Easy  ���Julia Child  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana Splits  Cont'd/ v  Tic Tac' Dough  ' Hongymooners  Jeannie  Cont'd.  Going Places  Scooby Doo  Cartoons  Sesame Street  Sont'd:   -Mrr-Rogers^-=  Electric Co.  Super  Stars  -���fceave-to-Beaver-  "fEDvp-Eucy^^  Part. Family   Funorama  ^Gilligan's���Island-  -Mjr3~Stfns    "���  ILoVe Lucy  Battle Planets  ���Partr-FamlljL  =Petttr~Jiinctio:  Hollywood Sqs.  News  Cont'd.  Mr. Magoo's  Christmas Carol  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30.'  Barney Miller  King Kenslng.  Canadian  Express   Mork &, Mindy  Happening   ���  Barney Miller  Soap          ...  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Movie:  Cold Turkey  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Joker's Wild  News  Cont'd.  Stars on Ice  Patsy Gallant  Blue  Marble  Dick Cavett  News  Stepping Out  Brady Bunch  My 3 Sons.  Hogan's Heroes  Bob Newhart  Andy Griffiths  Gong Show  Joker's WUd  On the Buses  Carol   Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Movie:  Thief oft  ' Bagdad  .Cont'd   10:00  10:30  11:00  11:30  Return of  the Saint  National News  Night  Final  Family  Cont'd.  "  News  Starsky.   Hutch  David Cassidy ���  Undercover  News  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Hawaii 5-0  eSnTq.���  -The  Waltons  Cont'd.  Cinderella at  - the--Palace- ~~  Wonder  Woman  Live it Up  ��� Soap   Nova  Cont'd.  Rush  Cont'd."  Mar]  ���nna Easgi  irtj&dtSbb)  'Ins  Dol|P  Pop Country'  Newlywed Game  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  "Cont'd."  Confd.  Cont'd.  Showdown  People  Barnaby   -.  Jones ^w-  News  Cont'd.  Cont'd  Cont'd.  News ,  Late  Movie  Family  Cont'd.'  News  Newt'  Visions  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sign Off  Nev^s  Love Experts  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Upstairs/  Downstairs  Love Experts  M.A.S.H.  Man  Undercover  Sports Page  Cont'd.  Friday,  24  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  -CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00 ,   Switzer                   football:   i ��� - - Hollywood Sqs.  12:30     Search _forJ,omr"Plttsburgh Days of  l:00~~~Bob~~McLean         vs Penn State Our Lives  1:30     Cont'd.      _'        T.B.A.*- The Doctors  Newt  Ida Clarkson  Marcus  Welby  Cont'd.    _-   - -  rX:00~  2:30  3:00  3:30  News*;  As World . "~  Turns  Guiding Light  News  Movlef  Hello to a  Dead Man  WUd Horses,  Broken Wings  Androcles of  the Lion _ .  News  Adam-12  ���>Movie:  , Burning Hills  Dr. In House  All In Family  Crosswits  M.A.S.H. "  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd.  ~Edge- of -Night -  Cdn.  Stars  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks-  T.B.A;  - -  T.B.A.  , T.B.A.  Treehouse,'  Another  World  - Movie:. ___  - Death Be  Can.  Schools  Cdn. Stars  _Take .30  Celebrity Cooks  Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd"  Another. World  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  Cont'd.   ContM.  Cont'd.  Over Easy  Speakout ���  tont'd.-  ContU  - Popeye  "Banana" Spllts"  Dating Game  Tic Tac Dough  Match  Game  -Jeannie   Party Game  Going Places"  News  -Scooby Doo "  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Charlie  Chaplin  Klds-Only  Goodies  All in FamUy  $6,000,000   Man  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd.  Not Proud  Cont'd.  Carol' Burnett  News  _6;00 News Cont'd.  6:30.    Cont'd.  7:00     Mary T. Moore  7:30     2 Ronnies  Cont'd.  P.M.  Northwest  Muppet Show.  -Cont'd,--  Cont'd,  Seattle  Hollywood Sqs.  Bionic Woman  Cont'd.  Sanford & Son  _News   -Cont'd. ���  Cont'd.,  Incredible  Hulk  Everyday  ContM.  News'  Cont'd.  Price  ls  Right  Cont'd.  t6,000,000  Ian   J  Sesame Street  Cont'd.  Mr. Rogers  Electric Co.  Super Stars  Leave to Beaver  I- Love Lucy  Part. FamUy  Funorama  GUligan's   Island  My 3 Sons  I Love Lucy  Battle Planets  Part.  Farfiily  Petti.   Junction  HoUywood  Sqs.  -Cont'd^   Mary T. Moore -  Newlywed Game  Joker's WUd  -News   Co"nt'd.  D'nright Disco  Circus  -Growlng-Yesfs~  Dick Cavett .  News  Gardening  "Btady "Bunch  My 3 Sons  Hogan's Heroes  Bob Newhart  -AHay-Gflftith  Gong Show    .  Joker's WUd   '  Dr. on the Go  Carol Burnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  8:00  All in Family  Donny & Marie  Diff' Strokes  King Kenslng.  Wonder  Donny & Marie  Wn. Review  Dating Game  Newlywed Game-  Cont'd.  8:30  �� Challenge  Cont'd.  Watching Kids?  Rockford FUes  Challenge  Woman  Cont'd.  Wall Street  Comedy Shop  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  9:00  Tommy/  Mpvie:  T.B.A.'  Tommy      '  Incredible  Rockford  Theatre  Hot   City/Disco  Cont'd.  Movie:  . 9:30.  Hunters  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Hunter  Hulk  Files  Cont'd..  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Fun with  10:00  Pacific  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  National  Flying High  Cont'd.  Turnabout  News  Raffles  Dick & Jane  10:30  Report  National 'News  Cont'd.  Cont'd:  Geographic  Cont'd.-  Cont'd.  Cinema   .  Love Experts  Cont'd.  Cont'd.     '  11:00  News  News  News  News  News  Soundstage  Odd Couple  Love Experts  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  B&retta  Tonight-Show  Cont'd.  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Gong  Show  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Saturday, Nov. 25  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5'  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  -CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00 Rodeo Finals        Football: Vegetable  Soup    Grey Cup Space  Academy McGowan Feeling Free Movie: - Space  Academy  12:30 Grey Cup Teams T.B.A. '    This Generation    Replay Fat Albert Discover Cinematic Eye      How to Stuff Fat -Albert  1:00 Replays ~       FootbaU: Movie: Cont'd. Ark II Feel Like Cont'd. a WUd Bikini Outlook  1:30 Mr. Chips     -. ,'Teams  T.B.A.       Paint Your .Golden Years 30  Minutes Dancln'  Cont'd. Cont'd.  Perspective-  100 Huntley St.  Sports  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  2:00  2:30-  3:00  3:30  Movie: Kettles '  on. McDonalds  Farm -  Wild Kingdom  -Confd."-  Cont'd.  Cont'd."-  Cont'd.  Wagon  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  T.B.A. -  Travel  News  Sports Review  Count.  Garden  Emergency  One  Horseracing  Sports  "  Journal  FUm Flam  -Wrestling  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  , Oil Painting  * Egypt  Movie:  Tarzan's  New York  Adventure  700 Club '  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Wacky Races  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Wrestling  4:00     Reach For Top Scooby's  4:30 - News All-Stars  5:00     Hockey: Cont'd.     - ���"  5:30     New York Weekend Spec.  Great Game Red Fisher- < Spectacular  Deck the-Halls Cap.   Comment Contd."  Adventure Hockey: Good Times  News New York at-* News  6:00  6:30  7:00  7:30  at Vancouver  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Game of Week  News  Lawrence   Welk  Confd.    Cont'd.  Animal World  Wild Kingdom  Gong Show  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  World of  Sports  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Firing Line  Cont'd.  Symphony  Cont'd.  Voyage to  Bottom Sea  Twilight Zone  ^Cont'd.  Funorama  Our Gang  Honeymooners  30 Minutes  Cont'd.  Bugs Bunny  Cont'd.  Inside Track  Cont'd.  In. Beginning  $1.98 Show  Family Feud  News  Cont'd.  Amazing  Spiderman  Once Upon  Julia Childs  Nova  Cont'd.  Star Trek  Cont'd.  Hee Haw -  Cont'd.  Weekend  Cont'd.  Gong* Show  Movie:  Sounds Good  2nd City  T.V.  Western  Front  Cont'd,  _8:00 Mork_&_Mlndy~Welcome-Kotter-  8:30     Bonkers Carter  Country  9:00     Paper Chase Cove Boat  -9:30 eonfdr  -Cont'dr  Chips    Chips --  Cont'd. Confd.  Dick Clark's Movie:.  GoD'd~oid~Daya���HeBSn~  -Rhoda-      Mary T. Moore  The Am.   ~GIFIs~  Movier   Time Machine  jCont'di.  "~C6nird7  Wilderness ~ ~  Reginald Perrin  _Sing_Slng_  Thanksgiving  -Hee Haw Honey  Nashville  .Music  Country N.W.  Jungle" Book  Cont'd..  .ConttL  Movie:  Welcome  Kotter  1 Day at a Time  -Love Boat   Cont'd.  10:00 Nice Show Fantasy  10:30 Like This Cont'd.  11:00 - National News New*  11:30- Night Final Cont'd.  Island  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Newa  Sat. Night  Feelings  ContU-  News  Late Mov|e  Dallas  Cont'd. '  Movte:  Sugarland Ex.  Fantasy Island ���  Cdnt'd.,  News   ���.  Cont'd.  Cont'd. ���  Preview  Ripplrig   Yarns  Sign Off   Movie:  Red River  Cont'd.  Confd.  Night They  Raided  Mlnsky's  LatTMovie  At the Forum  Confd.  Sports  Cont'd.   i;��V'.  ,-,,.,,<  Sunday, Nov. 26\^ (.  CHANNBL 2  CHANNEL 4  ���'    CHANNEL 5  CHANNBL 6  CHANNSL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNBL 11  CHANNBL. 12  CHANNEL 13 .  12:00  Grey Cup  ,(Starts  10:00 a.m.)  Issues & Ana.  College Football  FootbaU:  ��� Grey Cup  - Gam��r(StartS)    ���'  Football; L.A._atr  Grey Cup  Long' Search  Cont'd.  .  Movie: .  Gospel Hour  Cohl'd.  Sports  , Cont'd.  12:30  - Teams*)T.B;A7~"  Cleveland  Ganjo  The  Thing  1:00  Directions     -> vi  (Football:  'Seattle at  10:00 a.m.)  A Christmas  Starts 10 a.m.)  Wash. Review  Cont'd.    ,  Rev, Solbrekken  P.T.L. Club  Cont'd.  1:30  Cont'd.  Action     l  Confd.  Carol              , .  Movie:  Wall  Street  Movie:  Cont'd.  2:00  Lassie  Harold Lloy<)  Oakland  Movie;               ,  Movie:  You Lie  News,  Widow of  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  2:30  Dbl,   Decker  Stand  By  Cont'd.     ,  Banacek  3 on a Couch  So .Deep  Performance  Wagon Gop  Cont'd.  Confd.  3:00  Movie:  Mr. Roberts  , Cont'd;  Cont'd.  Confd.  ' Movlo:  Cont'd.  Movie:  Cont'd. ,  News  3:30  Jason & thp  ���Lucnn ���.:��� ���;"  'Cont'd. ��  , Movie:  Cont'd.  No Hearts.  Musical Clinic  Holiday Inn  Ruff House  Cont'd.  4:00  Argonauts  Cont'd.  WSU Football  Say Hello to a  National  No Floweft  Wild Horses,  Confd.  Funorama   ���  Money Talks  4:30,  Cont'd,  Alias Smith  Cont'd.:,,  Deadman  Geographic  In Search of  question  Period  Untamed World  Broken Wings  ConVd,  Our Gang  Horst Koehler  5:00  News  St Jones .   ) .  Meet' tfi�� Press  Student Forum  Wilderness  Tarzan  Movie: ,.  Lively  Country  5:30  Parliament  New*  'Nowft Ai  News  David Horowitz  Cap,  Comment  " Soccer .|  Confd.             *  Tarzan '&  Sports Probe  6:00  World of  , Husky Football  Confd, ���  Jack Patera  Confd.  News  News  Confd, 1  Star Trek  Jungle Boy  Cont'd.      ���  Magic  at  6:30  Disney  How Come,  World'of. ��!  Prov. Lottery  Around Here,  Prov. Lottery   ,  Long Search  ContM.  Confd,  thq Boxy ,,,.  , 7:00  Beachcombers ���  Hardy Boy��  Confd.  Beachcombers   '  60 Minutes  Hnrdy Boys  Cont'd.  Outer Limits  60 Minutes  Memories of  7:30  Nature Things  Disney  Naturo Thinga'  Confd,     . " ...  Egypt  Confd.  Cont'd.  Elvis  8:00  . T.B.A.  Battlestar'  Movlo:    -  Fire In tho Sky  Lawrence  Welk  All In Family  Battlestar  James  Fast Lane  Blessings  Name Tuno  Cont'd.  8:30  XB.A.  Wild Canada  Galactlca  Alice  Galactlca  Michener  Native  Visions  ContU   i  9:00  9:30  Movie:  Question  cont'd.  Wild Canada  Knz  Kaz  Theatre  Probe ������  Movlo:  Cont'd. ,  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Cont'd./         H-  Confd., /  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Confd.  Contact  Otley  10:00  Marketplace  ; Ombudsman  Of fcdve j| ' -;  Cont'd,,  Marketplace  Dallas  ilW-5  Rush'  Kroozo Bros.  Cont'd.  London Life ,  ,  10:30  Cpnf fl,W  Confd.  Ombudsman  Confd.     i  Conf a.  Cont'd,  SlgrftOff  700 Club  Confd,  Confd,  11:00  National Now*  Night Final  Newi'Wi*^,,' '  : News  News  News  New*  , Cont'd.       - . ,������  Moylq;.,,  Sporta Pago   ;  11:30  Confd, 4.,  ���    '  Late Movie  ��� .I"    Confd.  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Sign Off  'Cont'd.  "  Expendable <  Confd.            ;,  SUNWORTHY  x  SAVE UP TO  ./<���������"  -fM'  Monday, Nov. 27  CHANNEL 2  CHANNBL 4  T3I5T  12:30  1:00  1:30  Switzer .   '  Search  for To,  Bob  iSoLmjU.  Confa.  AIl'Wv Children  Cont'd.  One Llfo  to Live  CHANNBL 8  ilollywood Sqi,  Days of  Our Lives  Tho Doctors  CHANNBL w  News  Ida Clarkaon  Marcus Welby  Confd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  4:00  4:30  5:00  5:30  Edge  of  Night  Cdn,  Author?  Take 30  Celebrity   Cooka  Gonoral  Hospital  Edge of Night  Boomerang  '���' t"  TToo  6:30  7100  TWO'  Charlie Chapliit  Catch  Up  Goodie*  All In Family  ��6,O0Q.00Q HaiT  ConfA.  Nawa      '  Confd.  . Another  World  Movlei  Girl  Named  CHANNBL 7  News  Aa World  Turna  Guiding Light  CHANNBL���  U  Co.  School  Cdn, Authors  Tako 30  Celebi  ,��i00  8:10  9:00  9:10  Newa  Cont'd.  Mary T. Moore  ���ReachFor Top  T65ob-  10:30  11:00  11:30  "WTK.R.P.  M.A.S.II,  Super Special  Confd.  ^oiiFd.  Confd.  Football;._ , . ,  PlttubiiirgtTvir  Sooner  Confd.  Carol Burnott  Nawa  rlty   Cooka  Confd.  M.A.fl.II.  Dinah  -Cont'd.  ���wa  ovle:  Man with  X Ray Kycs N  CHANNBL 9  Explorers  Mualo Place  Book, Look, LU,  Measure Up  CHANNBL 11  Newa  Adam-12  Movie;  Arena  CHANNBl, 12  Dr.   In  Houso  All In Family  Crosswits  M.A.S.II.  CHANNBL 13  ���'Alt My'^lldrca  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Cont'd.  Cont'd."  Confd.  Blonlo Woman  Confd.,  Sanford A Son  Newt  High JlelEjT  ��� Cont'd. '���. ,.,\  National Nnwi  ^Ijtht Final  "  ftnn Franciaco  Confd,  Cont'd,  Cont'd,  ��'��  Cont'd,  Cont'd:  Everyday  Cont'd.  News  Cont'd,  Another  World  Cont'd.  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Price |�� Right  Confd.  ���0,000,000  Man  Covar to Cover  Freestyle      ,  Over Eaay  Survival Kit  Sesame Street  Confd,  Mr, Rogera  Electric Co.  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana Splits'  lywood gqi  Little  House  on tho Prairlo  Movlei  I Alone  vChOD��QC,���Sau4<L  Cont'd,  Mary T, Moore  ��ry.WWRm��  Nowa  Cont'd,  lartor Country  fhe.  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Wednesday, November 22,1978
The Peninsula Times
Page D-3
Seniors No. 69 elect officers
ALTHOUGH ALREADY skilled in   cohtinue the learning process at a
communicating and in helping others,   recent workshop.
Mary   Creighton- and  Val Marus ' '   " '     ■>
Volunteer Helpline ^— r  .    .r   .
Volunteers help others
Thursday,.November,16.was election
day for Branch No. 69 and we tended ttf
elect our tried and trusted office holders.
Governing-our affairs in 1979 will be
President William Scott, 1st Vice-
President Henry Draper; 2nd Vice-
President Hugh Duff; Secretary Kay
McKenzie; Treasurer Ivan Corbett.
Directors: Ellen Burg, Ruby Breadner
and Jack Eldred. Committee chairman
are ex officio members of the executive.
The election was carried out by Jack
Busheij'who had been chairman of the
nominating committee.
Before the electiOhwe had heard as
letter from former members (active ones)
Emery-and Gracie Scott who recently
moved to Clearbrook. They find a goodly
number of seniors groups there and having
settled down now enjoying lots of dancing
and Emery has joined up with an orchestra and making his contribution to the
fun. ^,„
- Jack Eldred reported on the great day
the carpet bowlers had enjoyed at Gib-
arranged by Dave Hayward. We hope
there will be a good turnout to honor our
. founders. The executive will meet on the
morning of December 5. Christmas Dinner
will be held on December 14 at noon. The
monthly meeting, a which time the new
executive will be installed, is on December
21. In the meantime, bowling on Mondays
and' dancing on, Wednesdays will keep
many of the members occupied. I think I'll
go back to work and take things easy.
It was decided that novelties and'
games left over from the fall sale should
be donated to the Elves Club to aid in their
Christmas work.
Before the meeting, which had more
than 80 members in attendance, adjourned, Edie%oover conducted the draw
for the Shop-Easy vouchers. Lucky winners this month were: present, Ellen Berg,
Grace Bo wen. and Jim Hamilton; absentees were Emil Henschke, W. Donley
and Marilyn Wygard.
Accompaniest for the opening- and
closing anthems-was Connie Wilson.
the Church
your choice
Service and Sunday School each Sunday
at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.
All in St. John's United Church, ——-
Davis Bay
7 Phone 885-3157, 886-7882,
' ' SecheltP.O. Box 1514 _ . _     _
9:30 a.m.-r-St. Iohn's. Wilson Creek
11:15 a.m.—Gibsons
Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor
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.m. at The Holy Family Church in
12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons
Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Every human being needs to feel useful
a^ to haver a sense of_ independence.-
However, as a person grows older or
perhaps becomes handicapped, these
positive attitudes become harder to
maintain. The-physical limitations are a
reality and this loss often triggers ah
_ unhealthy ^-mental^approach rrto -livings
Where once a person could almost totally
direct his private life, he or she must now
rely on others to fill some of these basic
needs? This too often can lower a person's
self esteem. _
The helper or volunteer can definitely
assist in helping to make sure that these
needs are met and also help to enrich
.another person's life in otherways.
But, too frequently the helping person
New drama
unintentionally increases a person's
ieelings-of-inadequacy and makes-them-
even more dependent than is necessary.
This process, does not just apply to
relationships with the elderly or infirm —
it can apply to any helping relationship.
The intent of these thoughts is not to
indeed the very quality of life in any
community is directly related to the
. willingness of people to reach out and help
others. But you do need to increase your
awareness of when you can help and when
you can actually be hindering a person's
ability to have a growing sense of self
worth. It could be that you are using all the
right sHUs, but it is important to
periodi^ty check that out, to make sure
that tirefocus continues to be healthy and
• helping. ______ '■__<_ •_	
mixed the two groups so thatjhere was a
We will expect a return trip from Gibsons
_injhe_npt too. distant future. _. -	
Dave Hayward announced that he had
arranged for a bus trip into Vancouver for
December 7. The bus will leave the depot
at 8 a.m. It is likely that they will go as far
as Richmond for lunch. Dave would like
.members to book ahead as far-as pdssible,.
Weather, November 11-17
 L.November 11  -1.5 7.5
November 12 , .-1.5 8.0
November 13 -0.5 8.0
Novembers -1.0 7.0
November 15 0.0 8.0
November 16...-. . .-.-.. .4.0-7.5-
■Phone"hinrat886-9755 and make sure ota—November 17 ::~2.5~7.0~
NOV.J2.— Finance  Meet|ng/_Boqrd_Room,   Sechelt.
-        7:30 pm.
Nov. 23 — Public Utilities Mtg., 7:30 pm,
S.C. Regional Bd. Rrrf.
group forming
"All the world's a stage-, and all the
men and women merely players," quoth"
the Bard. The truth it is, and if you would
like to take advantage of ihe situation and
indulge in a little extra on-stage or behind-
the-scenes activity, you'rfe in luck.
Whether you would like to act, direct,
stage manage, build sets* create costumes
' or maybe start out by taking part in a few
drama workshops, you are invited to join a
. drama- group presently being formed by
the Recreation Service.
The Recreation Service jsfl}Qping to put
' on a production in the spring, and would
lute to get the group organized before
Christmas and then start things up when
the holidayjs oyer. If you are interested in,
joining or would like more information
and there is still time tp mail them for
Christmas. — Miss Bee's, Sechelt.
Learning is a continuous and voluntary
process. We-cannot force'you to learn —
we can only encourage. ,
To .assist this continual "growth in
relating arid helping those around us, the
Volunteer Bureau and Continuing
Education have planried a half day
workshop to be lead by Elizabeth Brown
on November 30. It is stilLpossible to
register, but the number is being
restricted to 25 participants. The
registration fee will be $2. More information can be gained by reading last
week's column or by calling Jo-Anne
Bushnell at 885-3821 or Karin Hoemberg at'
885-3512. Why don't you continue your own
personal growth by developing a greater
sense of awareness of both'yourself ,and
others? Take advantage of this learning
The Volunteer Bureaii\has many
volunteer opportunities open and is con-
tinually interested in being made aware of
other needs that could be met by voluntary
someone else's life, call and make some
seat. .
. Dave then introduced Terri Brand-
mueller-who had judged the recent Photo
Contest based on the title "Happiness Is"
, and then^fesehted^awatdFtFthe prize- *:
winners who were: 1st Marlene Williams,
2nd Irene Croll, 3rd Ena Harold. The
winning photos were on view for all to see.
It was announced that there would be a
■ New Year's Eve dinner and party which
would be catered to by Jean Sherlock.
— Jim-Derby reported that carpet
bowling was bringing out more and more 7
members every Monday.,
Elizabeth Derby reported for the Ways
and! Means Committee and extended her
thanks to all who had co-operated at the
fall tea and bazaar. Net returns had been
$1,025. Now we can sure fix the furnace.
Here then is the program for the next-
weeks* November 23 is fourth Thursday
and the day we will honor our Charter
■ Members of whom some 23 are expected to
be present. There will be a program
• Week's rainfall, 0.96 cms. November to
date, 7.13 cms. 1978 to date, 104.51 cms.
November  11-17;  1977—<—335  cms.
November 1-17, 1977, 9.52 cms. Jan. -
November 17,1977, 91.82 cms.
Mac & Sunni's Hair Boutique
formerly known as Sechelt Barber Shop * 88,5-3409
Nov. 23 — School Board'Meeting, School Board Office,
Gibsons, 7:30 pm.
1st & 3rd Regular Council Meeting,
Tuesday       -'    Municipal Hall, Gibsons,
Each Month — 7:00 p.m.
Nov. 27 — Planning Meeting, Municipal HaU, Gibsons.
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1st & 3rd
Each Month
Municipal Hall, Sechelt,
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l V /'�����������  *���'-.-  ~V '.a'  'V  V  N  "...  PagcD-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, November 22,1978  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet  Hello, fellow square dancers; short  column on the square dance picture today,  as I am in a hurry.'so be prepared to read  fast; . '        -  Caller Harry was on stage alone with a  bad case of the sniffles (but df course no  one would go too close and we hdd a guard  with a chair and whip standing at the  bottom of the stage steps just in case) ��� it  takes a lot to keep "a great caller from  performing his duties, and dang it, we  were shor^aTnan-again-tocomplete;four;  sets. However Deanna Robertson, being  the great trouper she is, filled in with no  problems and The Country Stars thank  her. We don't know what we would do  without her, but then on the other hand", we  sometimes don't know what in tarnation to  do with her.  The election of officers always keeps  some square dancers at home for a time,  but you all can eome out now as the new,  conveynors Elaine Croston and Gladys  Parish, and I don't need to do any research  as to whether they will be able to handle  this special job, because both are great  cooks. The only thing that bothers me is  that they said.that Bert and Tom _wUl have  to do the extra cooking. You can't win  them all. ,  A motion on the f|opr by-caller Harry  Robertson that the vice president wiU\  automatically bedome president next year v  -was-passedbyalOC^per centrvoteand-a-  round of applause shook the hall as Harry  thanked the executive of last season of  square dancing for fun and friendship.   -  Remember, Harry Robertson will be in  Campbell River on a- one night calling  stand on December.2, if you can go call  Harry at 886-9540 for information. -  This coming Friday be prepared to buy  your' ticket^ for the next B.C. Square  Dance BaUTto be held at the Vancouver  Sketch club's  2nd annual show  The second annual exhibition of the  Sechelt Sketch Club, under"the auspices of  the Coast Art Society, will be held on  Saturday, November 25 from 2 p.m. to 6  p.m, at St. Hilda's Church Hall, Sechelt.  Admission is 50 cents.  - New and exciting works will be offered  for sale. Some of the contributing artists  are,* Charles and, Alice Murray, "Jean  Pylot, Irene Crowell, Fran Ovens, Kay  Wells, Viv Chamberlain, Trudy Small,  Rita Sober and Molly Almond.  Admission proceeds will be, donated to  the new 'Sunshine Coast. Arts "Centre  building fund/There will be a^door prize  "and a raffle, and refreshments' will' be  ^available."  THE  -president-is-stffl-the^ld-one^==_Merrill���Hotel-balJrobm-this^coming-February  Bowes with his first lady Louise: Vice-       Well, I have a lotof resting to do, so I  The public are -cordially invited to  attehd, to buy or to view the exhibition.  Advertising-  helps you judge -  x   good from bad.  president is Lome BowdeiT'with lady  Edna, next is our sec-treasurer Mary  Wardrop (will Jinrbe a great help?>Why  yes, he says: How else am I going on that  next holiday?). Last on the list are our new  must get on with it. See you next week,  haye_a_ good day and think 'square dancing  and oli, by the way Christmas is apoming  and I willaccept gifts for me from anyone.  Fa, la la la la now.  Sechelt auxiliary monthly report  - The regular meeting of the Sechelt  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital was held  on November 9 at 2 p.m.' in St. Hilda's  Church Hall.  Twenty-live members joined Chris  Ward in the auxiliary prayer.  Ruth Steel-reported that 184 hours had  been spent in service in the hospital during  October. Doreen Jenkins reported that she  will be receiving donations apd names for  the Christmas Greeting list for the papers  until December. Phone her'at 885-9043..   MargaretHjimm-reported-that-allihe-  bridge tournaments are in full swing and  that all players are .having fun.  Betty Laidlaw reported thaKthe  Christmas Raffle Hamper is goingwell.  Have you, as a member./tebdght yoiir  tickets on this extremely l^r^e and festive  hamper? Phone I$et|y/at 885-9045 for  tickets or an offer^tonelp to sell tickets in  the Mall. Remember that all proceeds go  to buying;equipment for our hospital.'  The^Annual Luncheon of the Sechelt  Auxiliary will be held this year on.  ^yifecember 6 at 11. a.m. in the Golf Club.  y^' Peggy Connor at 885-9347 needs to hear by  November 21 that you planto attend. Dohit_.  delay making sure that you have a  reservation. Mark the date on your  calendar now.' 1_r .  ~ Is-there anyone out there who will help  us make an old-time quilt? We have the  pieces, the willing workers, the enthusiasm, but lack the know-how. If you  can help or have a quilting frame, please  phone Billie Steele at 885-2023 and we will  be thrilled. 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