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 _-~ii AvuicajU������~rt--��� *'���  Happy time for kids  "Ay-ay-os" in new Sechelt Band program  A new program, of fun, games; and  Indian crafts starts this week for children  of the Sechelt Indian Band. The program  ��� has been designed for children from age 6  ~tb~~age   12r~and~featuT��} "organised"  recreation after school from 2:30 to 4:30.  The project is paxt-ef-the. Band's  Canada Works grant which employs seven  Indian women and gives care to approximately 40 children aged 2-12 years.  , The children are in two groups, the After-  school Program anirthe~Ay^y^s~Day~  Care Center. "���  Ay-ay-os means "happy time" and that  is just what 20 children aged 2-6 years have  been having since December every weekday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  In both programs, pride in Indian-ness  aTTd awareness onn(^cliture;ianpa^  and history are stressed. It is hoped that a  Teen Center will be added to tiiese two  programs to the near future.  The women working on this project are  receiving on-the-job and course training/  which will eventually qualify them to  ~bec~olnT37Crnay Care^Supendsots^and  the facilities are designed to meet  licensing standards for daycare.  Airlifted from Iran  Local couple "sad to go"  By HELEN PARKER  When Helga and John Connor were  flown out of Iran by the Canadian Armed  Forces at the beginning of January, it was  "sad to go," Mrs. Connor said.  With the wave .of anti-American sentiment .rising, the Canadian embassy  decided the evacuation of foreigners was  necessary.       '     i  Taking only the 50 lbs of personal  belongings allowed, the Connors were  among the first group to be airlifted from  the country by Hercules planes to Ankara,  Turkey.  "At least we wentknowing we have left  good friends behind,'' Mrs. Connor said.  "There were never any threats to my  husband."  Connor was in Iran on a two-year  contract;^pr Stadler-Hurter Ltd. of  Canada, which since 1973 has been setting  up a $500 million forestries industry  project to the.'Gilaa province near the  Caspian Sea and the Russian border.  With one year left w the '.'extract, the  Connors are pres^ify t>������i0<rg"SUialte-  Hmier's next nave and ��� IV Xrg.fcui  situation settles down, Mrs. Conn^r.^id  she and her husband wouttflike to return.  Previously Gibsons residents, the  Connors are staying with Connor's brother  and his wife Terry-flrtd Marie Connor, also  of Gibsons.  * "We're considering it a well-deserved  -^4iotiday^^sjGonnofeisald^  "Perhaps if we had stayed, the anti-  American feeling would have spilled over.  Then... there may have been the chance  things would not get as bad as they have,"  she said.  While there, Mrs. Connor's industrial  first-aid skills were evaluated by Iranian  doctors as equivalent to those of an  emergency medical technician. Her experience in first-aid and nursing enabled,  her to cope with the serious injuries her  Iranian counterparts could not.  This led to her attending on the first  long ambulance run carrying the  seriously-injured from Bandar-Pahlavi to  Tehran.  In late September Mrs. Connor played  a major part to helping those injured  during a serious earthquake.  The scene at the edge of the Tabas  desert after the earthquake reminded the  German-born Mrs. Connor "very much of  the conditions of war."  /For her work there,  MrsC Connor  Mrs. Connor considers Iran a  "fascinating country" where the people  always made them feel welcome.  "They were always so friendly and  hospitable, you might not know if they  were saty"  Because of this, Mrs. Connor said, the  dissatisfaction among the people, was not  immediately noticeable.  f .     :   :  DESPITE THE troubled situation in  Iran, Helga Connor said she and her  husband would like to return to the  country they both consider  fascinating.  .��� 2.D��L��J.gs5���Moji���  "Regis'troffcfn No"T161  ENINSULA  Serving the Sunshine Coast   (How�� Sound to Jervis Inlet)   including Port Mellon   Hopkins L-onding   Granthams landing   Gibsons   Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek   Selma Park, Sechelt   Halfmoon^Bay   Secret Cove   Pender Hrb    Madeira Park   Gafden Bay   Irvines Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  JlARGEST readership of any paper on the SUNSHINE COAST.  Volume 17 ��� No. 9  *  Union *>��M*Ssfi>o^.  Label  22Pages-20c Copy  tSNA    Wednesday, February 7,1979*  Iran^ tied Cross "Uoas and Sun* Sweety. 4  Mrs. Connor's year spent working" -  closely with the village people has convinced her that, having known nothing  else, they are content with a life Canadians  would consider poverty-stricken.  Mrs. Connor feels the massive drive to  Westernize Iran with "too much becoming  ^vailable^oo-soon^Ms4u>rtbFy-repeating���  Metric gas  doesn't mean  price rise  "Does that say 93.0 cents for  unleaded?"  "Yup."  Wishful thinking? No, but gas prices .;  that low will never be seen on the Sunshine  Coast again.  Regular gasoline starts at 96.9 cents  per gallon and with gas stations gradually  converting to* metric, consumers may be  lulled into thinking they are paying less.  Suspicious consumers may think the  conversion to metric is an excuse for gas  stations to raise the prices, but unless the  gas station has received notice from its  supplier of an increase during conversion,  the consumer is paying the same.  For the price per gallon at metric gas  stations, multiply price per litre by 4.94.  Average prices per gallon on the Sunshine  Coast are regular, 97.9 cents ard unleaded,  $1,022.  The Times could find only two gas  stations selling premium-leaded gas���the  Gulf and Shell stations in Sechelt  Though local Esso stations are stilL  advertising Esso Extra, their premium  gas is "virtually unleaded," Imperial Esso  agent Dan Wheeler said.  Because of strict federal government  standards concerning unleaded gasoline,  until the new unleaded pipeline is coro-  pleted,-Esso stations on the Sunshine Coast  cannot advertise their gas as Esso Extra'  L tJhleaded.  Coast drivers" may think "they  paying too much for gas, but they could be  driving in Prince George.  The  B.C.  Automobile Association reports  the  "C'MON LET'S get this thing moving," young visitor      ferry bridge and full day on the Peninsula, you can bet he  Jamie Thirsk could bethinking. But after a visit to the .   was fast asleep later.  Glassford Memorial Theatre  in Gibsons  if future plans come off  highest average prices per gallon are in  Prince'George with regular, premium and  unleaded selling at $1,015, $1,091 and  $1,072 respectively.  itself.  The problems with human rights are  similar to those occurring after the  depression to first-world countries. Those  demonstrating are Iranians from all walks  of life, Mrs. Connor said, not a particular  group. Though news broadcasts are  focusing mainly on Tehran, demonstrations are happening' all over the  country.  "They are not a violent people," she  said. "The Moslem religion is anti-violent.  It's not like them to be this way."  The anti-American sentiment came  later, after American officials voiced their  support of the Shah, who on the human  rights issue was coming across "with too  little, too late."  "If development were a lot slower,  there may be a way you can have  technology as well as human values, Mrs.  Connor said.  The Connors saw very little violence to  the farming district where they lived and  they were especially impressed with the  lack of crime In the country.  "You could go out at night with a bag of  gold,and no one would touch you."  Mrs. Connor thinks the situation has  reached a point where there Is a determination among the people "that no  matter what, a change has to be made."  "Some had reached the point where  they couldn't cone any more.  "To me it's tragic. After all, It's brother  against brother, not an army conquering  another. It's almost coming to where they  will settle It any way at any cost to get the  country back to stability."  ~The New. Westminster BCAA district  office reported the lowest-average prices  per gallon for regular, premium, and  unleaded at 91.4 cents, 99 cents and 95.9  cents respectively.  That gas station of the unleaded gas  patrons' dreams, where they can fill the  tank at 93.9 cents per gallon, is a Texaco  station toTAldergrove.V \  Tiext to the  become the mini-Stratford of the West  Coast and draw theatre lovers from across  the country.  -^-Tlieafa��-sttppoT$ers-^m*4JBG-^tudent-  architects will meet at Elphinstone School  the afternoon of February 11 to see a film  of how that Shakespearian Festival town  to Ontario got started and discuss future  plans for a similar, if smaller, idea here.  Acting coordinator of the project, Jon  are0-1If- plans-^go *ahead iaimpoit ^wa^t^u^^ of',  chitect-designed structure from Hor-7 Commerce last week that people had been  seshoe Bay to Gibsons and create with it , supportive of the Idea to date and were  the Eileen Glassford Memorial Theatre " asking questions about it. ���  fireball,,,tne village could        "It is planned not to be just a place for  local.drama but a multi-purpose meeting  room, class room, as well as being a  theatrical facility of real quality," he told  members?  may  get seat belts  dr. Brian MyhlU-Jones told school  trustees recently that after a near accident one-and-a-half years ago, local  medical staff is concerned with safety to  school buses.  School District No. 46 board agreed to  request its management committee to look  Into bus safety standards with the future  possibility of providing school buses with  seat belts.  Appearing before the board January 25,  Dr. MyhilWones said the need for seat-  belts to buses is there, but it "perhaps is  not as urgent as we have suggested."  The B.C. Medical Association is also  concerned because the "push for seatbelt  use has not included the most vulnerable  age ������ children under seven," Dr. Myhlll-  Jones said.  He suggested, that if seatbelts were not  provided In buses, the schools should at  least educate children in the use of seat-  belts In passenger vehicles.  He estimated the length of the project  at three to five years and the cost at  $100,000 to $150,000.  He said the theatre would draw the best  directors and actors around and that  theatre people would be "Queuetog up to  spend the summer to Gibsons".  He. described the structure as  "beautifully designed" and a "gift to the  village" and pointed out that architecture  students were holding a seminar on the  ld^?*t-UBC and were interested -in1  eiptog, relocate it to get practical experience/  He said two architects, Bruce Gorman  who worked on the Stratford, Ont. theatre  when it was being built, and Cesar  Casslish were both interested in the  project, adding that Gorman would bring  -artresttanate of its cost to the Feb. II  meeting.  , Bob Reid is the legal advisor, and well-  known lawyer David Vaughn of Gower  Point Road, a founding member of Metro  Theatre to Vancouver and a director of the  Shawiiigan Lake music and art school on  the Island, is presently drawing up the  theatre's charter as a society. , '  Burnside said the theatre could do  three plays a week in summer and help  ���See Page A-4  Possible $70.000 for new hall  W&M Committee rolling  again in Roberts Creek  THOUGH JUPITER, King of the  Gods, and Queer* Juno are in North  Shore Light Opera production, such  scenes may be staged in Gibsons  theatre if plans go ahead. "Orpheus in  the Underworld" is at Centennial  Theatre, featuring Tony Roper and  Joan Harris, March 8.  Stand back, Roberts Creek ��� the Ways  and Means Committee Is rolling again.  Roused from the post-Christmas fog. by  rumours of an early Spring, the Community Association's Ways and Means  organizers met last Wednesday to plan  activities for the months ahead.  Tentative projects include' two dances  ��� a family dance Saturday, March 3, for  oldsters and youngsters alike, and an adult  dance Saturday, April 21, benefitting the  continuing fund-raising effort for a new  community hall (now hopefully also to  include a gymnasium).'  The committee also picked the  weekend of July 14-15 for the second annual Roberts Creek Daze and  began  brainstorming got an even bigger  celebration this year.  The prospect of a $70,000 allocation  from the Regional District as seed money  for constructing a community hall-gym on  .Roberts Creek Elementary School  property has given a significant boost to  Ways and Moans efforts. The group  decided to research supplementary funding sources and to provide that Information to the special hall committee  recently struck by Area D Director Harry  Almond.  Ways and Means next meeting will bo  nt ? ;30 p.m., Thursday, February 15, at. tho  Women's Center behind the Post Office.  AU interested community members are  invited to attend.   ,  On probation for obstructing police  "I'll sit in car and keep my mouth shut next time"  Ian Gordon Brown of Madeira Park  was found guilty last week in Sechelt  Provincial Court of obstructing RCMP  Constable Robert Dolhan in the course of  his duties.  Despite the Crown's reservations,  Judge C.I. Walker Raid he was satisfied It  was "an Isolated net ofdevlancy" and  granted Browne a 22-year-old boom contractor, a conditional discharge with six  months unsupervised probation.  Brown was charged last November  after he allegedly interfered with Dolhan's  investigation et a MvatDolhrt beltovd  .was. Unpaired..,,,,.,,.,.,,,,...,.,, ,������.,, .���..,���.*   Brown was a passenger in the car  which Dolhan and Constable Tom Hanson  pulled over near tho Pender Harbour Hotel  Novembers.  Dolhan testified he was putting the  driver, Robert Warne Vaughn, through  sobriety tests when Brown left the car and  advised Vaughn "not to do It."  "I asked Mr. Brown to get back Into the  car as he was obstructing me," Dolhan  said.  ��� Brown refused each time Dolhan  asked, so Dolhan sat htol to the back of the  police car, he said. Before Brown entered  the police car, he was asked to butt hla  cigarette.  At U����t ttoie, hetohaled the dfarette  until the end was rod and "moved U In a  motion to burn the back ol my left hand,"  Dolhan said.  Brown was later asked to get out of the  police car bo Vaughn could enter it for a  breathalyser test, but Brown placed  himself In a position where Dolhan had to  push him out of tho way.  While Dolhan administered the  breathalyser tost in the police car, Brown  ���shouted obscenities and "motioned with  hMJlnger,',' DoihM said, Dolhan testified  that when he tried himself to get out of tho  police car, Brown stood to the way.  Judge Walker asked Dolhan if Brown  was ever advised he was to be charged  ..vrfttjuabjtrup^^ ,  ,,Dolhan safe! Brown was Mvlsad on a  number of occasions he could be charged,  but Judge Walker determined Brown was  never told he would be charged.  t Hanson corroborated much of Dolhan's  testimony, he indicated he could not recall  tho cigarette episode nor exactly what  Brown's obscenities were.  Brown, representing himself, testified  ho "got out of tho car to Inform Mr'.  Vaughn of his rights.'1  "At the time, their (the police) attitude  to met was, 'Get out of the way, buddy',  Brown said. "Both our bad tempera  seemed to come out."  Brown said tho constables' version was  <"MoM*^*4��^i��conteV��iK^  recollection, it was not obstruction."  .  To the judge's questions about the  cigarette episode, Brown answered that  when he tried to give Dolhan the cigarette,  Dolhan thought Brown was trying to burn  him.  Brown said ho couldn't recall tho obscenities or the finger motion, but "I was a  bit upset."  Brown admitted he was "tipsy, but it  was not' really noticeable." Dolhan  testified earlier that If Brown wore  drlvtog, Dolhan would have considered  him Impaired.  Crown prosecutor Dave McLeod asked  Brown whether he liked Dolhan.  "To toll you tho truth, no," Brown said,  ~ttrhmamm7^ftmrm& ho was  trying to help a friend "and it seemed to  have got turned around to where I was  obstructing a police offer."  Judge Warner said there were "six  parts to this narrative which could be  construed as obstruction."  Ho said there was nothing offensive In  Brown advising Ills friend tho sobriety  tests were voluntary*  However, preventing Dolhnn from  putting Vaughn Into tlio police car and  from getting out of the car himself Is  "clearly obstruction.'' the Judge added. A  police office should not have to "stumble  around people" to perform his duty.  Judge Walker said In spite of "bad  feollngs" botwoen Dolhnn and Brown,  doing otherwise, Brown was in "perhaps  more trouble" than hla friend.  Next time, Brown said, ho would "sit in  the car and keep my mouth shut."  1 ���V    i  ---"��  ;eA^ The Peninsula Times  ��i*p*i*����*������������j��*jii****��"*����***��***��"��********i  Wednesday, February 7,1979  ���^*J*^*Jllllllllllllll^illllllllllllllll*lll**il***il��lM**^l*****am**Xa  Robert (Bob) Andrew  rJ��J  every cater *&$ *$**  Bald enough without   ���  . : 'JEL 1 L-   the big bo at bo ys  It's bad enough that freedom of the   not oh the bridge at the time of a  press is, getting kicked around by  ���politicians like Bill Vander Zalm who  doesn't understand that the art of  satire is necessary to a healthy  society. If our publicly elected  representatives can't take a good jab  in the ribs -with a cartoonists pen  (figuratively speaking) and counter  with some wit and humor, we are on  $500,000 collision at the Saltery Bay  tenninal.  B.C. Ferries fired the master after  an internal inquiry. The editor was'  summonsed to an appeal hearing  launched by the B.C. Ferry and  Marine Workers' Union and she  refused to name her sources there.  Conceivably, the union launched the  the way to being in a sad state of   hearing to have the master re-hired.  affairs.  It's bad enough to shackle the  creative mind with hours of legal  hassle like the recent court case he  put the cartoonist through and the  ugly precedent that was set when the  judge ruled the cartoon damaging to  Vander Zaun's image. But then his  fellow Socred Rafe Mair gets into the  act with a threatened court action  over a quotation from a judge he read  in the papers.  It's bad enough we've got the  politicians trying to stifle our freedom  of expression. They should know  better. They should know how to use  But it was B.C. Ferry, Corp. lawyer  Irwin Nathanson who applied to the  courts for an order that the source's be  named. Didn't. they know enough  from the internal hearing to fire the  master? Can't they handle their own  defence against a union without  diverting attention to a newspaper  editor?  A journalist needs confidentiality  with sources of information. Wendy  Fitzgibbons would never have had the  information they now so fervently  seek without that confidentiality.  The Ferry Corp. has even gone to  the extent of threatening a Court of  Cutting off  clinic head  Editor, The Times:-  In the referendum for the Pender  Harbour Health Clinic, nine per cent of the  people voted against It. It seems some of   these_people_jare__now._directing_JtebL  malice at the board of directors of the  clinic.  We have^ll heard that if you cut the  head off of an animal that the animal will  .die, . '. -   ���ftppfiT^"  Unparalleled, prize-winning,  tragic ability to whine  February should be a happy month, a  harbinger of spring and as short a time to  the year as you will find between pay  the press to" show themselves as hon-   Appeal order to send the editor to jail    cheques. If you want to feel really springy,  est, hard-working servants of their- or have her fined for contempt of the    Pick * few branches of any flowering  electorate. It's, after all, the best way  to get elected. If they are doing a good  job, they don't have tc worry about  the press making them look bad.  It's bad enough they are inadvertently using the courts for their  own oblique publicity and making a  mockery out of the fifth estate in  doing it. It's bad enough when the  politicians are at it.  But then the big boat beaurocracy,  our own B.C. Ferries, have to get in  on, the act and have their lawyer put  an editor on the stand asking her to  arbitration .board. Is the Lower1  Mainland Regional Correctional  Center going to help them settle their  case,too?  It's about time these politicians  and beaurocrats got off the backs of.  the press and got oh with the job of  government and administration.  When it gets to the point that a big,  government-run outfit like B.C.  Ferries has to threaten a small-town  editor with jail to help them work out  internal problems of keeping their  ships from smashing the dock to bits,  reveal her sources for a published   then we ought to look a bit closer at  statement that a ferry's master was   who is running what around here.  Shakespeare Jay the sea  Here on the Sunshine Coast we  have our share of natural attractions  to bring in visitors such as lakes,  streams and ocean for fishing, and  a good one. From all reports, that city  bustles during the event and the  shrub, set them to water and wait for the  warmth of your house to bring out the  fresh blooms.  Having started out on this cheery  positive note, I must immediately reestablish my unparalleled, prize-winning,  tragic ability to whine about almost  anything. Please consider my current  dyspeptic complaints. Forgive the  euphemisms and try to understand that  natural delicacy and the chilling eye of my  editor forbid the use of some of the more  homely words to a family newspaper...  BUT, with spring on the wing, the dogs are  loose again on Beach Avenue to Roberts  Creek and probably elsewhere.  In the morning, as 1 high-step gingerly  across the lawns to order to meet daily  defeat at the woodpile, I cannot but  : wonder; whose. .irregular^ dinosaur Mwas  loose the previous night; The seasonal  sport of "Big Garbage Hunting" has  opened, again, licenses have been issued  and the local vet might just as well open  his offices on a 24-hour basis .  .  .  balsa wood for chicken,  ���people who shout trying to make an  obscure point more clear by shouting,  ��� relentless political redundancy and'  further studies at great expense,  ��� jolly junkets to anywhere at the  taxpayers' expense,  ��� green firewood, axes, chopping  blocks and small pot-belly stoves,  ��� car tires that go flat ahd all mufflers and carburetors.        /  I guess I could keep going but it's a  lovely day and I'm as tired of grumbling  as you are of reading.  POST SCRIP ��� You keep hearing that  So and So is a pillar of the community..  Does anyone else wonder if we have too  many pillars and not enough community?  In spirit it would be nice if Gibsons and  Sechelt would stop bickering and start cooperating on a few projects.  ���Marda Poultice  The president of the board, Jim Tyner,  is a competent business manager as well  as a member of the Registered Industrial  Accounting Society, who is known for the  excellence of his work across Canada. He  has been recognized for his work by being  made one of the few life members of the  Society. He had an accounting business to  Madeira Park for twenty years. He was  manager of the Pender Harbour Credit  Union for many years and brought it from  a small credit union to a large one.  He was regional Director for Area A  four terms to a row until sickness forced  him to resign. During that time our interests were always upheld and no one had  to worry about an unfair decision.  Ten years ago Jim Tyner started to  work toward gettigg a medical clinic for  Pender HarbWand, after many years of  struggle, he has succeeded. The other  members of the board of directors of the  clinic are also dedicated and hard working  people who put the interests of the clinic^  first. Most of us have been very happy  about the clinic.  Recently a petition asking for a special  meeting and indicating discontent with the  board of director's' was taken around by a  woman who did not have the courage to  sign it herself. This woman has a grudge  against some of the directors and her  petition was aimed at achieving her own  small satisfaction.  She has not taken into consideration the  fact that cutting off the head at this period  of initial growth may be the end for a  lovely, young clinic which was built for the  purpose of helping people.       _....��� -l  B. Nicholson.  Mind reeling from fighting fat  Editor, The Times:  I'm sitting here trying to create a poem  for my Fat Club to give us incentive to  fighting the battle of the bulge!. My mind is  reeling with thoughts, words and rhymes.  I've suddenly realized how very fortunate I am. So I'm fat! Is that any reason  to set here and feel sorry for myself. No, it  quiet living away from the din of the  cities. :.��� ,;"7,7'.'''  We have our organized attractions,  too ��� Timber Days, Sea Cavalcade,  Peninsula Bicycle Race, Beachcomber series that bring in a few  tourist dollars.  But the Chamber of Commerce  meeting last week brought up an  interesting point. If there is a way of  getting visitors to stay on the  Peninsula just one more day than  they usually do, the results in  boosting our tourism revenue would  be very worthwhile.  The Eileen Glassford Memorial  Theatre summer productions that  would be made possible by the  relocation of that architect designed  theatre from across Howe Sound to  Gibsons could be just the ticket.  The comparison made to Stratford,   Ont.   where   the   annual  !Z��.iB������ ��rit to tM hv^Wni:'spe^callyfor.thosedogswho can survive  stimulation of it is felt by the local 7^espSrsandf(K)dpoIsohtog.Thevet,  economy all yeararound^ theJSKSA^and^^ remain.  A fine line  .. *,-  Ducktails to disco doldrums  ���by Bruce Robinson  With Gibsons as home of the  Beachcomber television series, the  die has already been cast that the  village and environs are as picturesque and unique as any to be  found. The whole country, as well as  other countries where the series is or  will be seen, knows about It.  Bringing in the theatre throng is as  colorful and interesting a way to boost  our tourist economy as any. There is  no hardship on the landscape involved  and it would make a popular theme  for village growth.  We have our sports fishermen, our  tourists and we could add to that our  annual influx of actors, directors,  stage and set people, organizers and  theatre-goers from across the land.  A mini-Stratford-ln'-the-West is not  a far-fetched Idea with a quality  facility  and a lot of community  Shakespearian Festival draws talent support. Throw in yours and we'll all  and theatre buffs from everywhere is    reap the benefits.  A Vancouver guide  By Robert Kirsch  ��� One night last weeKl ^K a slep back  In time, had dinner at VIE's and went right  Into tho days of prohibition with whiskey  bottles hidden under the old kitchen tables  ���the same tables that such greats as Ella  Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington could have  been seen ot, eating pan fried chicken, or  Porterhouse steaks with baskets of fried  potatoes, hot scones and spicy salads,  ciffip^nsatefbr the Increased satoriesrih  lieu of tips, prices would be prohibitive and  elegant dining would be a thing of the past.  The amount of gratuity has to be entirely  up to the individual. If the service has been  outstanding, one should bo inclined to  extra generosity ��� but If tho service has  been slip-shod and Inattentive, then this  should work to reverse* After aU ��� it's  Tho dusty jukebox still plays jazz and/ your money and your generosity. The  V  blues from the 1040's and 50's and only the  color of tho now paint In the dining rooms  distinguish them from the first days of  VIE's ��� 38 years ago. No frills bore, Just  generous service and good flat top  cooking. Time Is passing VIE's by ��� so  take a trip down to Union Street ��� off  Main and Indulge to a llttlo nostalgia.  The two questions I'm asked, mord  than any others, about eating out are ���  How much should I tip and which wine  should I drink? There has been much    *i��.n���� ���������.��.k���� �����.�����'*k�� ��.i��--*��..-* *.-  .Somosa^U swwwirwanfne-iiesert,  amount 1b up to you and should reflect the  service.  Thoro are a few simple rules con-  corning tho wine you drink. If more than  one wlno Is served with youY meal, never  serve red before white and never serve  sweet before dry, and to truly enjoy a good  dinner, go light on the cocktails before  dinner. Red wines go best with meat <"*,  game, white (dry) wines with white meat  or fish and sweet wines with deserts.  ^ ���jp, --^j tj^j |(houifl boiaispensed  with forthwith, and to many others It's a  Joy of giving for services rendered. If  restaurants charged accordingly to  Thesefaro simple rules, but is also in  good taste to drink what ever you wish.  Dining out has to bo fun ��� so do what you  enjoy and It will stay that way.  UNFOND of careless dog owners and of  the dullards who are equally careless to  putting their garbage out.  Madame, that beautiful brown and  white pointer has a tummy that is to very  rough shape. Does he throw up to your  drawing room as well as in my garden?  The magnificent red setter is a delicate,  fragile dog ahd I am sure he would be most  amenable to a walk on his leash Thursday  mornings.  How long do you think it takes a  reasonably sophisticated crow to figure  out that shiny plastic means goodies  within? What intelligent dog does not know  by now that the smell of plastic means a  feast? Man from Glad, to the contrary,  plastic bags do not work unless you run out  just before the truck arrives.  Best bet ls to buy a good, sturdy metal  garbage can and make sure that you run  oyer the lid with your car. This manoeuver  tightens the lid to a point where it takes  three fingernails to get It off and the dogs  move on to easier prey, preferably several  blocks away, to be viewed only to passing.  If you are financially recalcitrant I am  sure your neighbours will happily take up  a collection on your behalf.  Other recurring irritations include: 7  ��� large fancy boxes that open to  reveal tiny items,  ��� stores who advertise meat at a  special price but have it to the case at  another higher price. Check the price per  pound and if you check with the butcher he  glares at you and says "That was for bone-  to",  1   ���any garden that requires mammoth  overhauling,  ��� all stale eggs provided by tho Egg  Marketing Board. ,You can'tfry or poach  them and they haven't even the decency  to boil well. In fact all the marketing  boards . . In fact all boards except the  ones you can saw,  ���all detergent ads. There is absolutely nothing tho matter with natural  soap,  ��� people who take themselves  sqmlously, Specifically that dreary cabinet.  ��� minister who makes up painful  ditties and recently sued a great cartoonist. T^iore is an old saw to cover that ���  "If you can't stand the heat ��� get out of  me Wtchon." ��� Harry Truman,   .���...,.;.  ���sunshine... when you can't stretch  out and snore to it,  ~ the phone when out of order. The  phone when to order. The phone company  you've paid on time ... Our penalty for  " living offuW pltolnsula,         "'"'"'"*"  ��� hamburgers made out of sliced  presto logs,  ��� Instant soup with small squares of  JtyJRUCEJlQBJNSOrtV-���~^���r~  Now that almost a full decade has  passed since the end of the Sixties, it may  be possible to reflect a little on just how  significant that era was. Just as the Fifties  were,notable to the sense that people,  exhausted  from  world-wide  dilemmas  such as depressions and wars, decided to  spend a few apolitical years refining their  duck-tails and spurning the Un-cola, the  Sixties signaled the first time that people  en masse confronted institutions never  before so rudely assaulted.  Many of those who dedicated themselves to the proposition of change in the  Sixties shake their, heads and moan at  what they view as a regression to apathy  to the Seventies. There Is no controversial  crisis such as the Viet Nam War, they  contend, to act as a catalyst, enabling  progressive thinkers to express their  disenchantment for establishment  positions on war, politics, religion, consumer affairs, et al. ;  To' a point I agree with those  disillusioned by the disco doldrums. But,  to put It In perspective, some  modifications, In the lifestyles of the  Sixties people were bound to Occur. There  was, after all, an Immense amount of  energy expended^ by a generation who  sacrificed many luxuries and even  necessities as a gesture of their sincerity  and their own willingness to change.  History has demonstrated that marked  change does not take place without these  kind of sacrifices. Revolution is not  generally a consequence of moderation or  compromise: Tho tyrannical administration of Ian Smith of Rhodesia  would never have received tho International1 scrutiny, criticism and  pressure it has, had thp Rhodeslan Blacks  not finally responded to his reactionary  policies with a violent rebellion. It is still  isn't. Take a look around you, kiddo, I tell  myself. Look at the afflictions others have  to accept and learn to live with. See how  they have accepted and overcome.  I can smell the fragrance of an  exquisite flower, see the blue sky above  with its patches of fluff, hear the music of  the Universe.      , ,  I.can touch .the softness of a newborn  babyrteryyiaugh.run, jump, roll and carry  on like a crazy fool if I choose. Hallelujah!  I've got the world by the tail.  So why theTiepressioiranUItt  to self pity? Why do I cringe at the thought  of dieting? I'm so negative and pessimistic  that I fail before I begin. I tell myself it  ^otag-on^nd-will-soon-unseat Smith and���cai  his people. But it doesn't mean all  revolution need be bloody. But with such  as this occurring, it was only natural that  people would take at least a brief hiatus, if.  just to retain their sanity.  After the withdrawal of American  troops from Viet Nam ��� a feat accomplished largely through the relentless  though peaceful opposition of millions of  dedicated dissenters ~ the counterculture gradually became less vocal and  less visible. Now, to the Seventies, there  exist really just a few isolated pockets of  hippies or freaks or beatniks or whatever  title you choose to give to them. Many  were absorbed into establishment jobs  and, in conjunction with this transitlon,also  . returned to a more traditional lifestyle,  though not necessarily compromising  their philosophy.  Tom Hayden, for Instance, one of the  defendants to the Chicago conspiracy  trials and husband of activist-actress Jane  Fonda, was recently a senatorial candidate though unsuccessful to his bid for a  seat.- He ls currently Involved to a project  called the Campaign for Economic  Democracy, an organization which ls  working to expose some of the abuses of  Multi-nationals and other monopollstice  enterprises to an attempt to promote  smaller businesses. For some it has  become more expedient to work from the  inside.  There were, of course, some who did  not forget or Ignore the ideals they had  once espoused. Eldridge Clever, once the  most articulate and certainly one of the  mostmilitant of the Black Panthers  gravitated from one axis to another. Tho  man who gave you Soul on Ice, thl man  who lived to Algeria to escape possible  confinement in the United States for a  ���See Page B-5  uncle George, twiced removed, is fat. Who  are they trying to kid, I ask myself. While  I'm sure the hereditary factory is a consideration, I know that I Can adjust my  eating habits accordingly.  Is my life ruined because I have to eat  carrot sticks Instead of cake for the rest Of  my years? Don't be ridiculous! See how  silly it all is now that you've written It  down to black and white.  So I am going to get off my fat fanny  and grab the bull by the horns. I'm intelligent, healthy, beautiful and I know I  can do it. I can be thin!  I'm lucky. I have a choice!  signed,  A fat person  who will be thin  MY POEM:  Let's face it girls, we're fat  And we've put us where we're at  We could blame Mom and Dad  For our enzymes that are bad.  But if we're truly honest  About this plague upon us  We'll admit we overeat  And the problem can be beat.  Just think want others  Just think what others must accept  What crosses they must bear  A physical or mental defect  No sight, no speech, no hair.  So you see  We don't have to be overweight  Because wo havo tho choice  To put the blame on our fate  Or listen to the voice ���  The voice that's crying from tho heart  Oh howl want to be thin.  So come on girls lets1)e smart  And we will truly win.  Does Mr. Belanger skate?  Editor, Tho Times:  Mr. Belanger must either havo no  knowledgo of tho mill rate's Impact on his  taxes or he must be oven smaller than Ned  Schwartz.  Let us suppose ho has a $50,000 homo.  Hla taxable assessment ls 15 per cent of  that - $7,600.  Tho word "mill" means per thousand,  so one mill would Indicate a tax of $7.50 by  that much would bo worthwhile If only to  keep tho kids out of mischief.  One thing the arena doesn't need Is that  kind of negative thinking. There are a  thousand people who use the area. If that  number were 2,000, "lhcre wouldn't be any  deficit.  Closing Its doors isn't the answer.  There would still be bills to pay. The ideal  answer is utilisation.  Does Mr. Belanger skate?  ���>"*<��"�����*��"*��**����!�������� H M. why not go up there nd .ee how  6dl^rl                                           ' But wait-that would cost him $1.50 a  How small can you get? time.  Personally, I'd think a hundred times Tom Wood  Hint to waste-watchers: A clean oven ls an  efficient oven. Clean It often to avoid heat-  robbing buildup that requires heavy  cleaning.  ThePEninsula7W  Published Wednesdays al Seeliell  on H.C's Sunshine Coasl  by  The I'ciilnsula Times  tor Westpres Publications I.Id.  alSoohell, B.C.  Hox.llO ��� Sechelt, B,(\  VON 3A0  PhoiiuHRA-.12.1l  Orflec hours: R:.10a.m.  ��� ~ ��� ������ " toSpm, Tnw'Sfft.   Subscription Rales; (in advance)  I     Local, $7 per year, licyond .15 miles, M  U.S.A., $10. OycrscnsSII,  ���  I n    ■•.«/
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faced a higher cost for their home heat,   costs, gobbles up a very significant part of   solution to the problem of high cost of
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4Li/^S>7--;'*   management with the Department of
'xV^',V'. Geography,   at' Capilano    College.
"However, with effective house design and
the use of a combination of alternate
sources of heat energy, a very substantial
saving may be effected."   " '
Wilson, who for the last year has'been
constructing a large solar-heated log home
fe^iddle^intrwill^be-teaehtog-a^ourse^-l
7 on "alternative energy toT^deTraTPark;
—Elementary School, Room 7, beginnings
February 8 at 7:30 to 9;30 p.m. This will be
the second time this' course has been offered on the Coast. The first time 22
students were Involved to the course,
which includes an overview of the national
and provincial energy situation and also a •,
detailed discussion of solar, wind and bio-'
mass energy production for residential
use.
"This course will be similar to the.
course that was offered before. However, I
am continually updating my material as
my research progresses. The course is
supplemented with films and slides and
includes a workshop on the construction of
a solar panel," he says. .    ..
SOLAR   ENERGY  students   erect model solar panel on roof of Wilson's
log house at end of course.
"I think everyone enjoyed and
benefited from the course taught to the
fall," said Wilson. "I know that I learned
from people who shared with the group
exciting tilings that theywere doing^with-
their own homes."   . ,     '■<
On the final session the group met at
Wilson's house and built a model of a solar
panel. The panel was placed on the south
face of the roof where the permanent solar
panels are being located.
"We didn't have much time to test the
panel that day," Wilson adds.     '
"However; I tested the panel for two
weeks and was very pleased with the
results. Even though it was a model only a
quarter the size of the permanent panels,
it heated the water to 56 degrees C with a
November sun, a temperature adequate
for both hot water and space heat."
Those who are interested to this course~1
should   register  at  the   first  session
February 8.
Further information may be obtained
through the Division of Continuing
Education at 885-3512.
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The B.C. Ministry of Education,
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energy technical program developed by
Navarro College and to make recom-*
mendations aimed at launching a similar
program to B.C. next September.
: Jim Slater', chairman of Malasptoa's
mathematics and science studies, has
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Malasplna's report to the ministry is
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Slater will be working closely with Ken
Naylbr, who has just completed a 14-
" month assignment for the ministry
defining performance objectives for the
province's heavy duty mechanics pre-
apprentlce program.
Naylor has already started assembling
data for the final report which will list all
buildings In the province using or planning
to use solar heating units, and the names
of all the firms In the solar heating
equipment field.
he is also researching funding and
taxation benefits available for solar
construction as well as comparing the
costs of solar heating In relation to electricity.
The ministry has also asked Malaspina
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and in tho future In the field of solar
energy to British Columbia, and to comment on the relative merits of a program
for solar mechanics as opposed to one for
solar technicians.
Slater said that an extremely high level
of training la required for people planning
to work In solar energy. "It's a pretty
tricky business and the units just won't
function if they ore not erected and ad-
Justed exactly according to
specifications."
He added that any new program at the
college would bo dependent on the
necessary funds being made available by
the ministry, but that Malaspina Is hopeful
that It would bo possible to launch a new
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^ -.iwd PageA-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 7,1^9  Sechelt notes  ayers to rneet  by Peggy Coirtnor, 88M347    _tW jt^.  Free metric training seminar  Many of us still pretend that if we don't   learning of the Metric System, and only  TB&ric~system_wiUT7people^h<rta^  think about  irthT  pJyTaXlt arrived."  dfeappear as suddf      __  ButlBne metric way of "measurenand  weight is here to stay���and as we cannot  fight it we might as well join it, says  Continuing Education's Kaita Hoemberg.  Will Dunlop, from the-Metric-Conversion Committee to Victoria, will give a  three hour lecture on the. metric system  and its implications February 16 from 1-4  p.m. to Elphinstone Secondary lunch  room. '  The instructor will supply a free kit to  all participants to order to speed up  admitted to the class. Please call 885-3512,  "Continuing Educations      '~ - J;'"  English entry  Is fitness Important?  Ask any body.  parmapacnam  I Tnt CinMnn mo��n)��nl for ptraoul lilnua  exam goes for  college, tech.  There will be a sitting of the English  PlacementTest on March 6 at Elphinstone  Secondary School. Persons planning to  enter most academic or career of  technical schools in B.C. are now required  LtbLwrite this test-before-registration occurs..  7 Elphinstone students who enter a post-  , secondary institution after graduation will  -write-during the school day of March 6.  Members of the community who wish to  write the test and are unable to do so  during the evening Community College  session, are invited to arrange to write at  Elphinstone during the school day.  For information, telephone886-2204 and  ask for a counsellor.  PUBLIC NOTICE  ' v ' MEET '  DONLOCKSTEAD  YOURM.LA.  FOR ITEMS CONCERNING PROVINCIAL AFFAIRS-  at tho.following locations:  ���PENDER HARBOUR-  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY  FEB. 13 1-5 PM.  ���SECHELT-  SECHELT MUNICIPAL OFFICES  FEB 14.1-5 P.M.  The newly-formed Ratepayers group"  for the Sechelt area will hold its first  meeting Thursday, February 8 at 7:30  p.m. in the Sentor'Citlzens Hall on Mermaid Street. Everybody in the area is  invited to come and bring another  member-to^be.  -���Membership isiourdollarsior one^noV  five dollars for a family membership  whichallows two votes. Get behind your  new executive; President Chuck Dowman}  Vice-President Ian Hunter, Secretary  Rene McCall, Treasurer,Wilf Nestman  and directors, Jack Apsourls, Neil Jaeger,  Henry Hall, Ted Osborne, Edie McArnn.  They have a few resolutions to be voted  on and are ready to listen to your ideas for  the betterment of the place where you live.  SECHELT GARDEN CLUB  , At the meeting of the Sechelt Garden  Club at 7:30 p.m. this Wednesday, there  will be a talk on Hybridizing Roses and  Gladiolus by Tarn Johnson.and Bill Cor-  mack. ���  ,  Guests' as well  as members  are  _welcome_to -comelto-tiiese_meettogs_of_.  interest to all who like to garden.  SUNSHINE COAST LIONS SWIMMING  Whether or not they will sponsor the  swim classes again will depend on public  response, say. the Sunshine Coast lions.  Halfmoon Bay to Wilson Creek  potential swimmers or those swimmers  wishing to improve should phone days 885-  3241 or evenings 885-3675 or write to the  Sunshine Coast Lions, Box 275, Sechelt.  The cost to the individual for swimming  lessons is minimal as a large portion of the  fee is paid by the Lions Club.  It Is important that they know of your  interest soon.  PIONEER STAR  - The interview with Mrs. Ada Daws on  cable TV last week was warm and friendly  as well as educational The gentleman who  interviewed her, Mr. Bert Nelson, drew  outihe inf ormatiorrgracefully. ;������  The set was very attractively laid out  with pleasant greenery and furniture.,  Very enjoyable. Will look forward to the  rest of the series with interest.  BY THE SEA  A very reliable couple are looking for a  house to rent starting to June for year-  round accommodation in the Halfmoon  Bay-Sechelt area. Phone the number at  the top of this column for reference and  further information.  SKETCH CLUB MEETING  The meeting of the Sechelt Sketch Club  for January 30 was held at the home of  Helen MacConachie in Davis Bay. There  were about 20 there and they must have  been very busy with several paintings  -brought by-just about each-one.-  J��ASHERS-DRYERS-DISHWASHEIlS-MICR(M)VEItS  <too_^  2-year guarantee on all parts & labor    .  5-year warranty on the dryer drum  10-year guarantee on washer transmission  Lifetime guarantee on stainless steel  washer tub  WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  MADEIRA APPUANCES   ^���883-2648-      The rule is each member is to bring one  new painting each month. To bring more  means they have been most industrious.  PLANT SALE 7  Busy making plans for the Arts Centre  Building Fund plant sale to be held April 7.  Fran Ovens was elected president, a  position left vacant by the death of valued  member and former president Molly  Almond/  A workshop on block printing by  Charles Murray is planned for the near,  future for the members.  Qechelt  (i)ffice  Service  885-3258  COWRIE ST, SECHELT.   I  Gibsons glimpses  Chamber gets business  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  GIBSONS-  M.L.A.'S PRIVATE OFFICE  LOCATED IN THE N.D.  BOOKSTORE CORNER OF SCHOOL & 60WER PT.  P.  RD.  it  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce held  their first meeting of 1979 Wednesday,  with guest speaker Mards Esmits of the  .Ministry of Economic Development for  B.C. Mr. Esmits spoke about low-interest  or forgiveable loans available to new and  -existing, manufacturing businesses and  about the advisory group of semi-retired  and retired business people who offer their  services at nominal charge, for business  procedure evaluation. He also said that  "hopefully" an economic commissioner  would be appointed to our area to help  process such applications.  John  Burnside  spoke  about  the.  0        *i  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8  SPECIALS TOO NUMEROUS  * FREE METRIC TAPE TO FIRST HUNDRED CUSTOMERS  * FREE PATTERN - FOR FABRIC PURCHASES $10.00  ANDOVER.  * FREE CUP N SNIPS - FOR FABRIC PURCHASES  $40.00 AND OVER.  THE FAB SHOP  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons.,  (Opposite SuperValu)  886,2231  relocation of the proposed Glassford  Memorial Theatre Building. He said it  could be utilized for study- shops,  meetings,  community projects  and  -primarily for drama fuuctlons.-  Ian Morrow said plans for the proposed  marina are progressing on more positive  notes. A Federal economist has been  appointed to do an economic feasibility  study on the marina and hopefully all the  information will be available to the public  to the near future.  A motion was passed to support of a  proposed Walking Trail through the  property immediately behind Dougal  Park, thereby connecting the lower and  upper village. A student summer works  program would be available for the  manpower to this project. Commodore  Morrow offered the services of the Navy  League cadets for ongoing maintenance of  the trail.  ; Commodore Morrow was made the  Gibsons nominee, for the position of  director on the Board of the B.C. Ferry  Corporation.  BENEFIT DANCE  The Penn Kings, Brian and Graham,  will be playing for a Legion Benefit Dance  to be held on Saturday, February 17 to the  Royal Canadian Legion Br. 109. Admission  will be |5 per couple and tickets are  ' available at the Legion Club room or by  phoning 886-2411. Come and support them  and enjoy dancing to the Penn Kings  , agatol  SUNTANS BACK  Liz and Ron Lacey returned from their  three week vacation to Hawaii. Liz tells us  that to spite of the poor weather at the.  beginning of their holiday, they did enjoy  the visit. On rainy days they did lots of  sightseeing and when the sun finally  decided to come out and stay, they did  manage to come back with good suntans.  VICTORIA TRIP  Mayor and Mrs. Blato spent last weekend in Victoria visiting friends and  relatives.  Oops ��� Don Elson said, "they had five  -days oi sunshine" to the two weeks they  holidayed in Hawaii and he still feels wet.  SHAKE, ROCK, BUZZ  A game of Curling is when two teams  shake hands, throw rocks and then shake  ,,,U ...y,,.. w,j&.. !�����������.,! iW^^e^Wrtv  MicfeM<^i!!ly  GIVES YOU A CHOICE OF WARRANTIES!  20' Admiral COLOUR T.V.  "(.Hti^     ��f'  *>4>H^���� tf v*#^>*(t-.a��iBI%(t^#?��S(f#te^^W!f 1 ^fi> Jifl)lT-> .flVI *WJ=^cW<p.'* R *-.Wffli**-1"-  885-9816      'After the Sale- it's the service that counts."  St.,  Sechelt.  mttwctaw^pwrtfii v��>\ir  r-  t  hands again.., and a Gibsons Bonspiel is  when MANY teams follow up those  maneuvers with a prize for a Bumblebee.  Organized by Morris Pearson and  patronized by curling fans, the Winter  Club Men's Bonspiel was won by the John  Harrison rink, alias the Bumblebees. Mike  Clement's rink was second In the A event.  Larry Boyd's rink was first to the B event  and Harry Turner's rink was second to the  B event. It was a fun week-end for all involved.  GOLF OFFICERS  The Sunshine Coast Golf and Country  Club held their annual general meeting  Wednesday night, and foremost on the  agenda was the election of officers for  1979. The new slate of officers is; Laurie  Todd, President; Vice-President,, Alex  Warner; Treasurer, Jim Budd and the six  Directors are, Larry Farr, Helen MUburn,  Roy Taylor, Chris Kankainen, Ted Hen-  niker and Joe Kampman. Congratulations  to the new slate and a hearty thank you to  Past President Andy Gray and his  executive. This is one of the few places to  Canada that people can golf almost the  whole year round.  MMLS  Does anybody know what MMLS means  - posted on several boats moored at the  Government Wharf? Ask wharfinger Gary  White,        '  HEART FUND  Your Heart Fund Canvassers will be  calling February 14 - 24. 72 cents of your  heart fund dollar goes for research, 18  cents for education, 6 pents for campaign  ahd 4 cents for admlhistratioh;  MORE ABOUT ...  ���Uttle Stratford  ���From Page A-l  keep tourists to the area for perhaps  longer than they would normally stay.  He described Stratford, Ont.. now home  of one of the world's major Shakespearian  festivals each year, as a "sleepy, backwater town" before the theatre was built  there.  The location next to the fireball was  proposed after a ple#e in Dougal park  near the marina met with opposition from  the village council.  Burnside Said the new location, according to Gibsons planner Rod Buchan,  dovetails with the community,plan for the  lower vliage.  The 2,100 square foot theatre could seat  * 150 to M0 people and reared In the  ' project would be a 1,600 square foot addition linked to tho main theatre for  washrooms and "green room".   >  *Mj*-  Create a  job-well  -,,,-*. -.    .. ���--��.*.-arv.  cost.  EMPLOYERS - Here's a chance to add the  summer staff you'll need to get those extra jobs  jone. You provldeTrwoilhwhUg-work-expeflence  for a young man or woman this summer and the  Province of British Columbia will share the cost of  wages with you.  You'll be working with the Ministry of Labour to  create summer |Obs that provide opportunities tor  B.C students and unemployed youth to learn work  skills It's a simple system thai requires a minimum of  paperwork yet lets you help yourself and the  economy in a positive way. British Columbia  businesses of all kinds and sizes can benefit, But act  today. The prpgram is available for a limited time  only, Should your situation change in the meantime,  you are under no obligation. Here's how it works:  BUSINESSES AND FARMS - If your business  or farm has been, in operation for, at least a year, the  Ministry of Labour will help you pay the wages of up  to five'young people this summer, We will pay  between $1,30 and $2,50 an hour as our share of tho  cost,  SOCIETIES ~ You are invited to apply for funding  , for any worthwhile project that provides an  opportunity for young people to learn valuable job  skills this summer,  Tourism Information Centres that meet tho standards *  established by the Ministry of Tourism and Small  Business Development are also Invited to apply for  lunds under this program. '  HOW TO APPLY - Applications lor funding aro  availablo Irom any Provincial Government Agent,  Ministry of Labour Office or one ol tho B.C. Youth  Employment Offlcos listed polow,  LOCATION  VANCOUVER ISLAND REGION  Courtortay: 676 England Avenue VON BM7  Nanaimo; 00 Front Street V9R6W  Victoria: BOB Doufllai Slrool V8W2B8  INTERIOR REGION  Cranbrook: 12A ��� tain Avenue south vie 2V3  KamlOOp*! 34(> - 3n1 Avenue V2C 3M5 ,  Kelowna: 1449 St Paul Street V1YBE4  Neliontfioi rronl Slroot VIL 400  Penllcton: ntli M��m suooi V2A boo  Vernon: 330fl ��� 32nn Ave^uii viT2Mfl  LOWER MAINLAND REGION  Abboltford: 201 ��� 2630 Uourquln, Wont V28 6N7  All Other Lowar Mainland Area*:  ��������4(14eC��nW��W��y V6Q4J6   NORTH REGION  Dawton Creek: 2M ��� 10401 ��� loth sirom via 2110  Prince George: 1003 victmi* fii V2i. ?L4  (Uonl 224/226)  Smlthen: sons ��� ?mi Avnmm vo.i ?no  Terrace: 4648 ukeiiB Avenue vbqipb  William* Lake: Sin 1-123 norland Slioai v?Cl mi  PHONE  334-4403  7530003  387-1431  426-2203  374-0076  783.0241  352-6370  402-7247  M2-I307  653-7497  2U1-2001  70?-l>29(>  662-6131  647-4221)  034-4997  39802ft(l  From all olhor aroas, call Operator lor Zenith 2210 (loll  froo) and an application lorm will Oo mailed to you.  APPLICATION DEADLINES:  BUSINESS/FARMS        SOCIETIES  MARCH 12,1979      MARCH 2,1979  NOTI"; All uppllq'ntlorm rncnlvod by dortdllno ditto will bo  carefully conaldorod lor lundlnrj.  Province o(  British Columbia  -Mlftlstry^-l^bow-^-*"---*--*'  . Employmoni Opportunity I'rograros j  Ministry ol Tourlnm  and $mn!l Business Development  t ~Jr  Wednesday, February 771979  summer program  ; The Department of the Secretary of  State has announced that'it will, again  administer  a  summer  employment  Pender Harbour 'Nibbles...  Senior Citizens meet  By Queen Rat 883-2308  The Pender Harbour Senior Citizens' Alex Buchanan and John Webb. John-      Branch 80regular monthly meeting will be piped in the haggis, whichi was, carried  programiirl979rTli^uden^Conutt^  Service Program is designed to assist   at 7:30 p.m. After all business lias, been Buchanan. There was Highland dancing  voluntary organizations in projects which    attended to, there will be cards and carpet by Mrs. Burns. It had been previously  encourage more effective citizen's par-   bowling. If you are"a senior citizen and arrange for more than two pipers.to  ticipation in.the communities. would, like; to meet congenial and in* perform, but things did not work out that  ���-Priority^wffl-be^ven-to-projects^ ���anymore  which: ��� 1_'7_ the Senior Citizens' Branch 80. Phone Jacg~~T>erformance that they said these fellows       Today Martha lies resting in the  or shine. She had the firsj book in the  Pender Harbour Credit Union and participated hi1 many community,affairs:  Later as the'years went by she started  to lose some of her family. In the 1950s, son  Fred and later sister Janie passed away,  then daughter Agnes, husband Martin,  sister Flora and recently brother Jack  Bouse. Her sons and daughters kept in  touch with her as mucti as possible, but  toiecltoges things andthe^beautifulJand__  on the peninsula was losing its trees to  subdivisions and more roads being built.  Many times she had mentioned that it was  a shame- people did not care to walk   ���provide support forwomen's, native,,  francophone and ethnic groups;   , ���  ��� promote human rights}  ��� increase co-operation' and understand between Canadians of all races  and ethnic groups;  ���support national unity or citizenship.  Interested organizations should contact  the nearest office of the Secretary of State,,  Room 105, 816 Government Street, Victoria, British Columbia. Deadline for  receipt of applications will be February 23.  Heidema, 8834973,  ~ Perhaps you have a hobby they would'  be ihter��sted in, or have travelled to  .various countries and have pictures to  . show; whatever, they would love to meet  you. This group have talented and artistic  members, some paint, develop films,  make burl tables, clocks, lamps, rocking'  horses, ceramics etc., and are all active  members. They meet every third Monday  of each month except July and August.  They are the Senior Happy Gang,,  remember the phone number, 883-9973.  They, want to meet you.  CONCERT        ,            _ _  _ A concert will be held on Monday,  February 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Pender  Harbour Secondary School gym. Guests  will be the Elphinstone Concert Band.  - Admission.is adults $1 and students 50  cents.  ,  v PENDER HARBOUR HEALTH CLINIC  Dr. Ronald Estey is now practising at  .the Pender Harbour Health Clinic.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  February 3rd was the fifth annual  7 Burns' Night at the Royal Canadian  Legion Br. 112, where many celebrated the  220th anniversary of Robert Burns. Entertainment was by two Br. 140 pipers,  GIBSONS CUBS  REGISTRATION  SUNDAY, FEB. 11TH  1-3P.M.  at GIBSONS CUB HALL  APPLICANTS MUST BE 8 YRS. OF AGE BY END OF FEBRUARY  TO BE ELIGIBLE.  W  CHIMNEY SWEEP  ���,  Any time is a good time  to clean your chimney.  *We build them new and repair them.  *We know how to sweep and clean them "with the  best equipment money can buy".   PlPE^ND-STQytLCLEANyiO  ���SERVING THE PENINSULA FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS  S.C. PENINSULA���  Loqvo m*maa> with DEAN at 885-2159  Burnaby-7370 GllloyAvonuo '433-3137  Whistler Mountain .... :.. .932-5732  ' ��� \  '���   '7 . 7  DIVISION OF H.BANKA MASONRY LTD.  *t#**!J^��iiA4kiANtajl  Share a smile...  A professional 8 x 10 colour portrait fpr_  Choose from our selection of 8  scenic and colour backgrounds.  You may select additional  portraits offered at reasonable  prices, with no obligation.. See  our large Decorator Portrait. Satisfaction nlwnym, or  your, money cheerfully refunded.  ftftt  *:��  THURS..FEB. 810A.M.-5P.M.  FRI., FEB.9 10A.M.-8P.M.  SAT., FEB. 10 10 A.M.-4t30 P.M.  WW EmeM I El%|Wl :  DRUG MART  One sitting per subject���$1 per subject for additional  " subjicisl groupsor individuals fn ihe��ame familyi.  Persons under 18 must be accompanied by parent or  guardian.  were better than if 20 had come. Dancs^  music was by Peter's Rainbow of Vancouver. Chairman of the evening was Mr.  Dave Pritchard, president of Br. 112.  MARTHA WARNOCK, GONE,  BUT NOT FORGOTTEN   '  Pender Harbour to Martha Warnock  was home. Having spent most of her life  here, she appreciated the things around  her like the trees, sea and flowers, loved  nature and most of all, her family. She  used to enjoy the fishing life with her  husband Martin and she used to travel by  rowboat with her children to the store, rain  pe^cefuly Uttiejiemetery tiiat she and her  husband donated to the community, where  the grass is lovely and green and there are  many evergreen trees.  LIONS CLUB  The Sixth Annual Pender Harbour  Lions Club Auction is under way. Date set  is April 28. If anyone has articles to  donate, please phone either 883-9239, 883-  9196, 8834041, or 883-9313. The PH Lions  have donated another $200 to CNIB to be  used on the Peninsula. Charter Night this  year is on Saturday, February 10 in the  Legion Hall.  m  Hie Peninsula Times  PageA*(H  ��  THE FIREPLACE THAT ACTUALLY  HEATS YOUR HOME  ���"..,.��� ,   >        ' -     '   ' Warmolrflowt  from front  ,...,:',   i*atlln*r30O*  <*7Consfruct*ed of extra-heavy duty 3/16" - -  boiler plate, the firebox and other steel  opart* will last indefinitely due to the -  fresh air continually circulating  'throughout. -    --- :  -J^fie^warm-tilr-produced-by-the-WeR^  THERN FIREPLACE fills the room and, if  you open the door. It fills the adjoining  room, and the next. With ONE NOTHERN   -  Ed" ^ en,'re h��0,e C��Uld ^ OOVERNMENT TESTED t PASSED  Frwh outride/  air ���nt*r�� "  boekot/  hMfllrWr'  BILL & HEIDI GOODMAN 885-2615  &&$&&&!!&���?.  B3&  Halfmoon Bay happenings  Mary comes home  By Peggy Connor, 885-9347  7<*,c  \��%  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 da/  Mary Tinkley recently returned from  Denver, Colorado, where she has been  visiting grandson John Tinkley and his  family. The weather, she reports, "was  quite cold, though bright and sunny, with  very little snow. Though Denver is known  as the "mile high city", one of its most  serious problems is air pollution and some  days it was impossible to see the Rockies  for haze and smog. In this respect, Denver  seems to be running a close second to Los  Angeles.  John Tinkley will be paying a return  visit to the Sunshine Coast later this  month. He plans to attend the wedding of  his grandmother to Vince Shannon, which  will take place in a private family  ceremony in the Registrar's office in  Sechelt on Friday, February 23 at 4 p.m.  The following day, February 24, there  will be open house at the Welcome Beach  Hall from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. when the couple  will look forward to seeing all their  friends.  Mary has been, and will continue to be,  a hard worker for the community. Besides  the hours spent at meetings and functions,  a tremendous lot of her tune has been  spent at,hei- typewriter, writing letters and*  minutes as secretary for this group and  that. She has reported the activities and  publicised their taking place faithfully.  Vince Shannon, while he hasn't been  here as long as Mary, has devoted a lot of  his time to community work-, at the  Welcome Beach Hall.  We are indeed fortunate to have two  such workers in our neighborhood.  Congratulations Vince and Mary!!!  DANCE A SUCCESS  The planned idea of the Halfmoon Bay  Recreaton Commission's dance  get .  together turned out to be just that ��� a get  acquainted evening. The people new to the  area came and made new friends.  The music was by tapes done by Greg.  Hill with a variety of tunes from the Fifties  up,.  Bonnie Semotiuk was in charge of the  lunch of Chili, buns, rye bread, salad and,  except for a few salads and buns Bonnie  made it all. Catering Is what she does, and  this display proved she excels at her Job.  RECREATION MEETING  The regular and annual meeting of the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  will be held at the Welcome Beach Hall on  Monday, February 12 at 7:30 p.m.  Five new Directors are to be elected.  Phone your nominations to nominating  chairman Barbara Laakso, 8854617, or  Chairman of the Commission Peggy  Connor, 886-9347.  Anyone, any age, who is interested in  recreation for the Halfmoon Bay area IS  urged to attend.  CRIB PLAYERS  Winners of the last Crlbbage afternoon,  January 28 were Nancy and Al Lawson.  The next Sunday afternoon of crib will  be February 11, starting at 2 p.m. BUI  Fraser is in charge for the Welcome Beach  Community Association.  WELCOME BEACH COMMUNITY  The Welcome Beach Community  Association is still looking for participants  for their Talent night to be held Saturday,  February 17 ��t the Welcome Beach Hall,  Thea Leuchte at 8854841 will be happy to  register your act for that date.  PLAYTIME FOR KIDS  The playtime program at the Welcome  Beach Hall for pre-schoolers starts today  with 28 participating. The time is 10 a.m.  every Wednesday, when Mums and kids  get together. Bonnie Semotiuk says there  Is room for more. Phone her at 885-3817.  HALFMOON BAY FIRE DEPARTMENT  Election night at the fireball was  January 31. Fire chief is Dave Reid,  Advertisings  helps you find  ^.exactly  ������'.-   ^-''J^"i...^.,-..M-^\-4^tt^jM*I!*^'fl^^1l"MP'^*^W^IIBf,*fl!*��^_J*T i^l-'.^V^V'^'K-vl,'..'^"-:.������.��� .J"������ :.4"Mp ���'  what you need.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING AOVISORV BOARD  Assistant Chief Jim Nygard, Captain  Casey Brennan, Lieutenant Bob Brodgesel  and secretary treasurer Rick Semotiujk.  Training officers are Gerry Berthelet  and Roy Hill.  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  DAN DEVLIN, Director  /  ...  >  X'  ���?tt  886-9551   %  v  Saving your specially colored  IGA Cash Register Tapes.  They can add up to Big Savings..  so shop and save the IGA way.  -��+*-* ^        Look for the Special Display in  YOUR^g^        your IGA store  TABLERITE MEATS  FRESH ROASTING CHICKEN- B,C^GrownGr^AovorS!b* ���... lb.-1 ���09 -I  LEG OF PORK ROAST Gov't Inspected, Whole or Shank Portion - lb.    1.39  PORK SIDE SPARERIBS M*. ��,*1.49  SMOKED PORK SHOULDER BUnM0pi.L.rfRTEvocpoek      ��$2.09  ���PORK SAUSAGE T���b,.���...7,. .     . ,'...7 ��l.29  GROCERY  GREEN BEANS I.G.A. cut i4o��. tin  ... 2/69  WAX BEANS I.O.A. cu,u. ,In 2/69��  ASSORTED PEAS I.G.A. ,4��.*-...'...'��� 3/*1.00  CREAM STYLE CORN I.G.A. u���,���, 3/$1.00  APPLE JUICE' I.G.A- Reconstituted,48ox.    .89  GRAPEFRUIT JUICE I.G.A.u���.w..,.���^.eol 89c  ORANGE JUICE I.G.A. Un*w.��Un^, 48 or. .....       95  COFFEE MJ.B.R.9. or Drip, lib. tin...      $3��19  COFFEE WHITENERLG.A. i6 o> $1.29  PEANUT BUTTER Skippy cr^orchunky, i60l. $1.09  CHEEZE PIZZA Kraft obubksix*,soc*.  1.49  EGG NOODLE & CHEESE DINNER Kraft m.it.,m....... 39��  CHEESE SLICES Kraft   Canadian        Z lb*.    3*69  ORANGE JUICE  York Un(WMt*n*d *fA<  12-1/2 oi.. A9  PIZZAiKollogg'* ��<o��  Individual Dolux* 4�� ....  1    .  GRAPEFRUIT  Florida Indian RJvar  POTATOES  A2 Oams   APPLES  Rod Dollcloui   \7  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park��883-9100  Prtcil ���Hectlvo Pebruory % * and 10.  SALES IN RETAIL QUANTITIES ONLY.  ',      ��� r  > \ ���  -- i  PageA-6  The Peninsula Times  '    * ' f 1       I A '  Wednesday, February 7,1979  Volunteer helpline  Responding to needs of others  AVE  ENA  LEASE  WATCH FOR EXCITING EVENTS  COMING SOON!  MOBILE UNIT  GUTTERS INSTALLED  ANYWHERE ON THE PENINSULA  INSULATION  MOBILE UNIT  BLOWN IN NEW HOMES OR EXISTING HOMES  Walls  ���Ceilings  *��� SIDING-VINYL OR ALUMINUM  P^�� ^       SUNDECK COVERS - ALUMINUM  *** AWNINGS - ROLL UP. ADJUSTABLE  We install all our products  .UNSHINE '  Richard     **���'  Sasaratt    886-8023  Box 543  Free Estimates      No Obligation  Volunteers are seen throughout the  entire coast actively responding to the.  needs expressed by others in the community. It is so exciting to observe the  changes which take place when people use  some of their time and energy to help  others. ; J ,   The act of volunteering can be such a'  growing experience. New skills are  developed and old ones are reinforced.  This enriching process gives greater  fulfillment to your life. '__   Ea��h���TjppBrtiifilty""your "cffeoTiHteT"  English clearly are needed to help three  women master English more quickly, This  would require spending time in a person's  home talking, listening and perhaps  dictating English. One woman lives in  Gibsons, one in Roberts Creek and one in  _Sechelk_=-Can-you-help? :���  ~provides~a~stepping stone-T��-other HEP'  challenges. If the experience is not a  positive one, then perhaps it is time to reevaluate what you are doing and look for a  change in your involvement. Here are a  few volunteer opportunities to consider:  SAVE THE CHILDREN PROGRAM  Volunteers are needed to crochet and  knit blankets. One person is needed to help  with the separating'and distributing of.  wool���you do not need to be able to knit or  crochet to do this job. Any donations of old  handknitted garments would be appreciated.  MINIBUS ASSIOTANtI 7__  INTERV1EW1NG  More volunteers are needed to help  -with a survey-for-Capllaho-Colleger-Could-  you spare part of four days at the end of  rFebniai^4;aheJpjieter^  jwiOeLofltaed-hldLoL^  help look after young children so that other  volunteers may offer their skills in other  areas.  Many other volunteer opportunities,  exist. Have you, as an Individual or as a  group, a need which someone in the  -community���could���fill?���Contact���the-  Resource Society's Volunteer Bureau at  885-3821.  mSm%me_msmm0eweMmieTSMmmtemTem  NOW!  Is the  time  to  Upgrade your  Insulation.  For a FREE evaluation of your  insulation  requirements and a  no-obligation estimate, call us  at:. 885-3311  SUNCOAST WEATHER PRODUCTS  Specialists in Thermal Windows  & Insulation.  Several volunteers from the Gibsons  area are needed to assist the Minibus  driver on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You  are needed for only an hour in the morning  or afternoon to give special assistance to  some elderly passengers. Hopefully,  several people could Share this responsibility. - ���-  LIBRARY ASSISTANT  Volunteers are needed to help in the  library' in Gibsons. One woman has  volunteered her services but would like to  find another person with whom to.share  this commitment.  ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE  Three female volunteers who speak"  Capilano College's Mini Campus?  TUTORING  Volunteers are still needed in the  schools throughout the Coast to work on a  one-to-one basis with children. This Is such'  a rewarding experience for a patient  person.  DRAMA  Have you had any experience in  dramatics? Some talented and keen  children would love to have some guidance  in developing their skills. Volunteers are  needed in Pender Harbour and in Davis  Bay.  SPECIAL MALE FRIEND "."  A six-year-old boy needs a male  companion. 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Why not check the  number of risk factor categories .into  -which^you-fall?-  Heredity, age and sex are the factors  The millions of tickets sold on lotteries, N   ...   _   ,  theTpMon&oto,oUars:bet:on7horse-racing���we^annot^ontroHieart disease tendsto���pily>^lying^up,ttia.weedj^n'briii^  vivirig. Smokers are a disproportionate  percentage of those suffering sudden  death after a heart attack7 Your risk increases with the number of cigarettes you  smoke. The pack a day man has twice the  risk and the four packs a day smoker has  ten times the risk of a non-smoker. Hap*  Continuing -, Education offers a  reminder that B.C. Hydro will, hold a  session on public safety February 15, at  7:30 in Chatelech Junior Secondary  School, Room 114.  Al Polok will talk about the hazards  connected with outside wiring and show  rational ways to act when trimming trees,  mounting TV antennas, etc. The session  Elect council  -wiLVaisp include what to do if the damage  isalready done,  "The instructor is prepared to answer all  questions about,electrical hazards inside  as well .as outside the house.  CLOCK REPAIRS  ALL KINDS  House call* for larger clock*  DAVID BURGGRAF  885-3163  andthe^ultitudetflHootbaUand^���risk^lTaclr^own-to^ormal-so--=--give-up-^  pools all testify to the fact that a flirtation    importance of healthful living if you fall   smoking  with Lady Luck is becoming the rule,    into this category. Hardening of the art-  rather than the exception, iri Canada. In   eries startrfin childhood and advances with  addition, there is a numbers game for   age to the point where a fifty-year-old man  _high_stakesi-in-which_every_Canadian ha^ourJtaeaJhej&kjQfJbe^  participates. The odds vary,' but all of us  are involved in the game of chance that  determines whether or not we will suffer a  premature heart attack or stroke.  Consider the facts. One out of every  four adults in Canada has some form of  heart disease. Heart disease will kill one  out of every two Canadians. The overwhelming majority of these deaths will be  due to heart attack. The^ge at which these  events take place determines yourstake in  this game.  The family of a thirty-year-old father  who dies of a heart attack will suffer much  greater mental and financial hardship  than the family of an older man dying in  his late sixties. Consider that price paid by  a forty-year-old man suffering asevere,  but non-fatal, heart attack which prevents  his return to work. The loss, of another  twenty-five years' earnings >at peak r^te,  the lack of financial security which .cc  have been built up before retirement,  drastic reduction in Living standards and  the prospect of many years takinf  drugs all add up to a substantial stake in  this game of life.  * Where do the numbers come in?(  Research scientists have'identified  many of the factors which governNour  chances of having a heart attack or stroke.  Some of these we cannot control, but  others are.subject to modification and  have given us the opportunity to reduce  the odds in favour of a premature disaster.  thirty-year-old. Your sex is also important, as women tend to develop  coronary artery disease later in life; than  men and to a less dangerous degree. Up to  middle age, heart attacks are five times  more frequent in men than in women.  Now for the risk factors you can control. Remember, the odds stated are those  compared with "normal" ��� that is, the  chances of the individual who does not fit  into a particular risk category.  Consistent high blood pressure increases your risk to four times normal.  And" what goes up can come down. A  veritable arsenal of new drugs and- diet  iMonnaGon enables physicians to give  more effective treatment and maintain the  pressure at an acceptable level with the  patient's co-operation.  A high level of the bloodfats,  cholesterol, increases your risk of heart  attack to three times normal. Dietary  control may be a key factor and your  doctor's advice should be sought in  lowering your intake of foods high in  saturated fat and cholesterol.  Moderate obesity ��� up to twenty  percent above normal weight ��� can  double your risk. Look better, feel better  and be more active by maintaining your  weight at normal for your age and bone  structure.  Smoking not only increases your risk of  having a premature heart attack but is an  important factor in your chances of sur-  Physical fitness and its relation to  heart attack is a controversial subject.  Nevertheless, the increase in physical and  mental well-being and the improvement in  appearance resulting from fitness usually  justify, the effort required. Also, there is  evidence to suggest the chances of making  a good recovery are improved, should  heart attack strike. Finally, keeping fit  will automatically assist you to control the  other risk factors, so forget the odds on  this one and just consider the results.  Well, how did you measure up? If you  fall into all the risk categories mentioned  and change your habits as suggested, the  numbers' will work in your favour.  Multiply all the odds together and you'll be  pleasantly surprised at the large increase  in the odds in favour of avoiding that  premature heart attack.  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The Gpldilocks  heats by natural convection, a method proven over  .hundreds of years,  And installation is simple, With proper clearance,  expensive wail  protection is  not needed because there's a  ' special shield  built into the  back of the  stove.  So If you're  fed up with'  high heat bills  here's the perfect solution.  A little  beauty called  Goldilocks,  WITH EVIRY "GOLDILOCKS" ^649^��  STOVE YOU GET A FREE VTV  Mcculloch chainsaw  MAC 110  /MlVlcCULLOCH  ELECTRONICS  885-2568  Radio Shack  authortted Saler Centre  St.7S��ch*)lt, R.C,  Dfv 7 Sechelt Elementary  Stories by kids  TENDERNESS PAYS OFF  By DEBBIE CHRISTIANSON  On June 15th it was Tommy's birthday.  He got a puppy called Toby. Toby was  black and white. It was Tommy's best  present. ��� 7  A few day later Toby got into trouble.  He wet on the floor and knocked over  moms flower pot with her best flowers in  it. Toby had to get a spanking. Poor Toby!  .Then one day he couldn't find Toby.  Finally he found him. He was hurt. He got  beat up by another dog. He took him to his  mom. His mom took Toby to the vet. He  said that Toby would come home soon.  A couple of days later Toby came  home. Everyone was nice to him. But you  could not pick him up though. He was very  tender!  When Toby was better he had changed.  _ He was not bad anytonRer. He asked to go  ��� outside to wet, "and he never knocke&Vbelieve me so she said go to bed  ^-���anything over again. % ��� . ������-*  TheEnd . .    .  TENDERNESS PAYS OFF  By JIMMY FLUMERFELT  1 One day I was walking in the woods  with my dog. We came to a big steep hill so  . we kept going. My dog got far ahead of me.  When I got to the top of the hill I couldn't  see my dog anywhere. So I went on  walking farther and I saw something in the  bush. When I got there it was a little bear  stuck in the mud. So I went over and pulled  him out.  11 Later in the day I saw the bear again.  So I followed him and he went down a trail  on a rocky hill. When we got to the bottom  of the hill there was a big river and a big  rock. I looked over the big rock and I saw  the bear again ...  lUWe went down to the river and I  splashed my face with water and then my  bear and I went all over the mountain  When it got dark I said to the bear "I will  go home now and I will come back  tomorrow.  IV When I got back home my mom said  "Where have you been" I said I was out  hiking and I met a bear. But she didn't  At Twilight  Zany Nixonina  frat rat caper  The. National Lampoon, bedtime  reading for millions of college students,  presents a film which truly deserves to be  called "zany." Set on the campus of a  small private college, the picture takes us  into two fraternity houses: one an  organization of well-groomed future Nixon  aides, the other a hell-hole which the dean  labels the "animal house."  John BeUishl plays a puckish, unshaven  prophet of mayhem. Though he has only a  half-dozen speaking lines, he lets his  glazed eyes speak for him. The rest of the  cast supports him well.  Donald Sutherland, as Jennings,  captures the freak-out, tweed-Jacketed  college instructors to a T. Even the over-35  crowd will enjoy the climactic riot in the  streets In which everything from marching bands to the New Frontier is laid to  waste by the misdirected energies of the  madcap frat crowd taking revenge on  dean John Vernon. The hilarious script by  Harold Ramis, Douglas Kenney and Chris  Miller was directed by John Landls of  "Schlock" and "Kentucky Fried Movie"  fame, In Technicolor.  Christian Science  "...Work out your own salvation with  fear and trembling, For it Is God that  worketh in you both to will and to do of his  good pleasure." (Phil 2:12,13).  What Is God's will for man? Mary  Baker Eddy writes, "God has endowed  man with inalienable rights, among which  aro self-government, reason, and conscience.  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The world still reels with the shocking,  news of over .900 suicides demanded of the.  members of The People's Temple in  Guyana. How could their "Father", The  Jggverend Jim Jones, convince them that  "There is great dignity in dying. It is a  great demonstration for everyone to die.'"  And yet he did persuade hundreds of his  followers to kill their children and  themselves to make one of the most  horrific scenes since the mass murders of  the Jews by the Nazis.  Because this book is an "instant" one.,,  and.reports the* Jonestown situation only  shortly after its happening, reasons why it  happened are left to those who specialize  in reflection and analysis. Kilduff and  Javers are young men, "neither over 357  Both are award-winning- reporters.  Perhaps   their   youth  can   more  adequately assess and collect the story  1 thattejlls about only one_of Jhinewcults  that is rapidly arising. Cultism was born in  ���-CaMfogriar-and^tHa^es^n-^dfe^^r  like DrTMoon. Thanks to politicians such  as Representative Ryan who was killed   during his escape fgom JonestownHhere-  is now proof that such cults go beyond the  freedoms outlined in the Bill of Rights.  These allow cult leaders to brainwash the  young and innocent, even to proving their  loyalty by taking their own lives.  The book begins with the history of Jim :  Jones who was an unusual child in his  earlier years. He grew up a loner. He had  always been affiliated with either bible-  thumping fundamentalists or sects like the  Klu Klux Klan. When he became  thoroughly proficient at the game of extracting amounts of money after his  "sermons", he began building his People's  Temple. Although he professed an  abhorrence of money, people he influenced  seemed more than willing to part with  their dollars.     ���  As the thousands piled up, he opened  bank accounts in various places and  prepared to "extend" his horizons abroad.  Investigation proved that Guyana would  be a cheap, isolated haven in a pleasant  climate where he could practise his  bizarre religion without interference.  In the meantime, he had convinced  hundreds through fake "healings" and  "miracle cures". His own mental and  physical health had deteriorated.The  abuses he demanded of his followers and  the coercion he used are almost incredible  to read.  How could parents allow him to  "punish" their infants with cattle prods or  paddle them until they screamed? How  could be enjoy a fine diet while his cult  members live,d exclusively on diets of rice  andgravy? How could he keep hundreds of  people virtually lmprisonedTnafpoor, hut-  town in South America? How could his  madness have not been seen by the 900 who  THE SIGNS SAYS it all. Last Friday, the Gibsons Heart  Foundation set up its display in the Sunnycrest Mall. It is  first year door-to-door  following up its February Heart Month campaign with  films and demonstrations each weekend of the month.  Ambulance, film in Heart Fund displays  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY  Hiway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-2794  Your Autoplan Agent from  Halfmoon Bay to Egmont  The month of February has been  proclaimed as HEART MONTH for the  Village of Gibsons by Mayor Lome Blain  at Council Meeting, 23 January, 1979.  ment.  A film is also planned to be shown by  Nelson Moore, illustrating the work being  done in the fight against heart disease.  It is also of interest to note that, at the  in the end lay silent as the lielicopter  rattled overhead and the crew that saw  them sickened inside?  We like to ignore violence in our society  but this time it is too close to disregard. It  is a report that is fascinating and unforgettable. - THE SUICIDE CULT.  Use'Times'Adbrlefs  to Sell, Rent, Buy,  Swap etc.  Fund Drive for February, Mrs. Jean    ^u^T��i^B:Cv^^F^da^f' a  Longley, chairman of the Gibsons Heart    Heart Unit- to betag formed to the Vljage  Fund Campaign dlsptoyafurttarGibiw^^  - man. The purpose of this Unit is to further  the education of Heart Disease in the  schools and other public places. Donations  to the Memorial Fund can be made  through the Bank of Montreal or by  phoning 886-7794. Envelopes will be sent to  you on request.  In the past, canvassing for the Heart  Fund has been done by mail and this is the  first year that a DOQR-TO-DOOR CANVASS in the Village of Gibsons is being  organized. It is probable that some people  may be approached individually by.  canvassers and also receive a request  through the mail. Either way, your  donations will be appreciated.  It is hoped that this worthy undertaking  will be given wholehearted support by the  pubUc. SO PUT YOUR HEART INTO IT  and give generously.  Mall Friday, a selection of literature  pertaining to the Heart Fund and for  distribution to the public. Mrs. Longley  was assisted by Mrs. Dorothy Morrow,  Mrs. Joan Rigby and Mrs. Marie Trainor.  This dispjay will be repeated each  Friday and Saturday for the next three  weekends up to and including February 24.  If possible, it is hoped to have one of the  local ambulances on hand during one of  the displays to demonstrate their equip-  Modern, 5 Morcy, flrtt da** motor hotel. Good location ��� I block horn  bench, English Boy and Stanley Park, near downtown, thopping within 2  block*. 125 attractively appointed air conditioned room*, studio*, efficiency  unit* and suite* - each with private bath, color TV and phone. Dining  Room1 and Coffee Shop. Lounge with entertainment. Sample and Meeting  Room*. Prrvc-in lobby and free parking.  1755 Da.le Street. Vancouvet V6G IW5. PImmm; 604-6*2-1831 collect  T.lem 04-51161  WE DO GIVE  CHECK  THE BEST  & COMPARE  ^swt��  \\.  VISA  *** ��*r  *  '.;9Mm you fla/ic enough  to giiic fiio i/fi/iij beat."  LARGE SELECTION OF GIFT IDEAS  -. m   Booutiful handmad. SILK FLOWERS  '���^m ��  in Spring Colours $2.95 & $3.95  JUST ARR.IVEDI  FLOWER COMBS $3.50  NATURE BABY CUDDLY ANIMALS  From $4.99  -     Good Selection of B.C.  & Local Gifts  NEWI  FANTASTIC LINE OF MATCHING i  FABRIC COASTERS, NAPKINS 8,  .NAPKIN RINGS & BOXED SET  $.7.98 & $14.98  BbbkVOIFTS/sf AT iONIRY  IUNNYCKIST CINTM OIMONJ  886-8013  Gray has  Socred nod  for Mackenzie  Powell River alderman Gerry Gray has,'  been nominated Social Credit party  candidate for the Mackenzie riding. The  move was by acclamation at a recent  meeting attended by Premier BUI Bennett,  Highways Minister Alex Fraser, and about  150 party members.  Gray, his wife and four children, have  lived in Powell River for fifteen years.7  Born and educated In Vancouver, Gerry  started with the Vancouver Sun as a copy  boy. After spending five years with the  Royal Canadian Navy he returned to  newspaper work in Vernon, Troll, Now  Westminster and Powell River; He has  spent the last fifteen years with MacMUlan  Bloedel Ltd. working as a technician in the  Powell River plant.  He ta a member of the Canadian  Paperworker's Union, has been a Powell  River Alderman for ten years, a chairman '>  and director of the Regional Board,  president of the Powell River Chamber of  Commerce ahd for Seven years, president  of the Association for the Mentally  Retarded there as well, as serving for six  years as a director on the board of the B.C.  Association for the Mentally Handicapped.  THE HORSES TOO?  Problems of drinking and driving are  ,not net. it seems, The Romans had  coTMomt��twwm druntam chartoteers:  No doubt, with their penchant for keeping'  a bunch of hungry lions around, few people  argued.  1979 DODGE DIPLOMAT  FULL SIZE COMFORT  SMALL CAR PRICE  I  DIPLOMAT OPTIONS:  RADIAL/6 AUTO/POWER STEERIN6/4 DR SEDAN  PLUS MANY OTHER OPTIONS  SUG. RETAIL $7852    j-* AQ'  SUNCOAST LOW *10DO.  1979 PLYMOUTH VOLARE  -WAGON  VOLARE OPTIONS:  6 AUTO/POWER STEER1NG/PB/RADIO/ROOF  RACK/RADIAl TIRES  SUG. RETAIL $7398.  SUNCOAST LOW  $  6949  ���PHOTO   OF   SEDAN    SHOWN.    PHOTO    OF    WAGON  UNAVAILABLE.   ,  DL 2180  886-9962 Sunnvcr*"f  885-5111     next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  'GIVE US A TRY! BEFORE YOU BUY!'  Ei*o, Olbion*  i*��H.  *s  win a trip to hawaii  (for two)  * Draw will run from February I ��� April 30,1979  * Entrant* mull purchom or l��a*�� any naw or u����d vohlcla witty a rotall valu*  ovar $1,000.  * Draw lb ba mad* during Tlmbar Day*.  * Economy alrlara and accommodation paid by Suncoant Chry*l��r,  ~*TrIp',wTJl^iT40"dayrd��|��in61iig-wi��n ctiortnr flloM avoitawtity nt 'wtmrnrv  ���        dapartur*. ^4 r  ��� ' 6-  \ '���,:  i     -  -��r?  -vp:  -W- ''  <iipl  ��i>.. ri   , *  /���  -'���'bt' r*'1 5*;'  '   ,-1^f^  ���** ^<*��M������AM*1M!*:  . ^ ��� -JJUjj j\-f _^  4  n  ' r  ii���^ "::1tV^  The PENiNSULA^tofe^  v Section B  Wednesday, February 7,1979  Pages 1-8  X2-J  wants some town $  ^J'/     <Vi'    V. M    N^\      ^7W:  ^ 1  iv  :^:U^ y - *  3" ju '-  The Village ��� of Gibsons should investigate each financial institution to  deterriurie which gives the best return for  the village's money, former alderman  Kurt Hoehne suggested to Gibsons council  last Tuesday.  "We have one financial institution  which is owned, run and operated by  taxpayers of this village/' Hoehne said.  In going to the Bank of Montreal, the  Royal Bank or Bank of Commerce, the  village is supporting the shareholders^  those banks, he said.  Hoehne said he was not suggesting the  village relinquish all their accounts and  deposit in the ��� Port Mellon Industries  Credit Union, but give the banks a chance  to bid on the village's accounts.  Village Clerk Jack Copland said that  following the lead of Victoria, the village  Copland said the village did hold a short  term deposit in 1976 in the Credit Union  because it offered the best return, but in  1977 and 1978 the village's cash flow  decreased and there was not enough for  short term deposits.  "Hopefully in 1980, we will be back in  the market," Copland said.  GENERAL CHARACTER OF BOATEL UNITS  ��� SECHELT MARINA RESORT, SECHELT, B.C.  T  daniadown  ?  Continental Quilts-Duvet  advertised two years ago for Dlds on its  accounts and a three-year contract was  signed.  -Aid. Lorraine Goddard said the village  received two bids for accounts and the  Bank of Montreal offered the best overall  return for its money "at that time."  Keep cozily warm this Winter under a traditional European  down quilt made for todays modem living by Daniadown  Filled with your choice of luxurious eiderdown, natural down  or dacron and covered with 100% cotton cambric ticking  slust turn and shake to make Covers and accessories avails-'  ble in easy care cotton from a wide range of Oamadown  designs The Ideal gift Ask about our drape and quilt recover service Drop in and see for yourself or send for our  colour brochure.  _ t _            *  Mini convention resort for Porpoise Bay?  Are you part of the human race _(Z-J~  oriust a spectator? %?���   g~ms~  pamapaanm-  Vnt.\. Ih y��ur h����n .��i Um k . ruh  CI cbnioclown quilts Kd.  W ' Vancouver. B C  mr       -10 years ot Quality and Service  SUNSHINE INTERIORS  886-7411 or 886-8023  . Child* Sauratt  A tourist development for the head of  Porpoise Bay could make Sechelt a convention centre for smaller companies  which cannot afford resorts like Harrison  Hot Springs, architect Simon Chang told  Sechelt Village council last Wednesday.  On behalf of Intercommerce  Development, Ltd., .Chang explained a  two-phase development proposed for  property adjacent to the Tyee Air Office  and across Porpoise'Bay Road bordering  on the duck marsh.  Chang said the development which will  include hotel and apartment accommodation, commercial offices, plaza,  swimming pool and tennis courts falls  within the guidelines of the community  plan for tourist accommodation and  development.    ,  The development will benefit both  tourists and townspeople who will be able  to wander through -the plaza and shop  while waiting for their flights, Chang said.  It will not detract from,Sechelt's main  commercial growth, he said.  "We  could   have   an  exciting   en  vironment there and create a positive  image at the approach to Sechelt."  To encourage year-round occupancy,  the condominiums will be rented as hotel  rooms when the owners are away. This is a  concept similar to a provincial government at Whistler, he said.  The. buildings will be two storeys with  the apartments above the commercial  space. Boats can be moored in front of the  units.  Chang said the development should be  completed in two or three years, with the  first phase possibly beginning this summer.  Aid., Larry MacDonald said the  development "had my interest until you  talked of strata-title."  ^ Aid. Frode Jorgenson said it was "a  heck of a good start" in encouraging  tourists, and Mayor Harold Nelson added  his "approval in principle."  The proposal was referred to committee for study. -  \  Court briefs  Too young to have alcohol gets $100 fine  "You might have been charged with  contributing to juvenile delinquency,"  Judge J.S.P. Johnson told David John  Kelly, 18, before fining him $100 for being a  minor in possession of alcohol.  Kelly was charged last December after  HCMP checked his vehicle at the Gibsons  Recreation Centre and found the youth  ~>   ,*����>-efr^,v*H.n^.*��  mmmmA%0m*wM*  r f  Hctp British Columbia Beautiful  __  THE NORTHERN HEATLINER  885-2615  "Is a double walled firebox to be used as a  built-in structural part of a masonry fireplace.  'The only fireplace thai replaces the oxygen  used by the flrfl, on a continual basis.  ���Positive air c^jirol ��� greater fuel efficiency.  * Smoke-not- heat goes up the chimney, two  dampers.  ���No drafts '���'- gentle air pressure created  throughout home.  'Old fashioned conventional fireplaces function only because of the imperfections ih our  homes. Strictly speaking, they should not work.  There is no physical principle behind their  design.  Frnh outild*  air ���nlsrt '  bock of/  haotllnor  Worm olr flow*  from front o(;  h*ailln��r300*r-<f  ALSO AVAILABLE NORTHERN FIREPLACE INSERTS.  Adjustable, just slide it into your existing fireplace. Use our unit, save hundreds of  dollars, and still enjoy an open fire. Our fan can be installed to further increase  .efficiency, on BOTH units, If required. '  and four females aged 14 to 17 with open  bottles of beer.  Driving without a licence on Oyster,  Bay.Rd. cost Brenda King a $35 JineJnT,  Secnelt Provincial Court last week\   T^  Raymond Edwin Beadle, 23, of Pender  Harbour was fined $500 and given six  months probation to attend an impaired  drivers' course after he pleaded guilty to  refusing to provide a breathalyser sample  last December. -���.-  gq  lets good  little products  compete with  the biggies!  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.^-St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.���Gibsons  *    CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ^  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  All in St. John's United Church.  Davis Bay  Phone 885-3157, 886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T. Nicholson, Pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  9:00 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on  the Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. at The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt.  12 noon at St Mary's Church in Gibsons  *����"����"*��*i*i*>*��**��****��***>*"  mieEJLdttle4vas^fined450 forJeaving��� _  the scene of an accident in Hopkins  Landing last August,  Judge C.I. Walker dismissed a charge  of driving while over .08 against Richard  Harold Price last Thursday.  Judge Walker ruled that Zenon Samila,  who has had a number of years experience  in alcohol analysis with the RCMP, is an  expert ih the operation of Borkenstein  Breathalyser apparatus and in the absorption of alcohol in an elimination of  alcohol from the human body.  Judge Walker later said Samila had  raised sufficient doubt in the accuracy of  Price's readings.  Fresh spring flowers. All your plant  needs. ���Pentangle, Sechelt, 885-3818.  Your Gulf Dealer presents  MID-WINTER  SERVICE SPECIAL  Gulf  dealers  know how to  keep you  smiling all  winter long.  Our name.  tour guarantee  ol quality products.  ���|i'l||P!|i|  Quit Windshield Washer AnUrfreezo  tWy������P��cl��lc����hA,c��rry  v*ju��onitwon*o*��on  coriUli  rt*ln*f, Only;  *1  .60*  Winter WkitfthMd Wiper Blades  Bulli louatw lor longar  ���orvlca and bolter vlilon In  lay winter wealhor,  Gulf Out Una AnU-Freexe  170ml, go ��long way to tnka  itm worry put of wm��r OrMng  Now only: / ,  59  c*  OuH Quamntoad bsttortos  V\>urQul|d**l*rh**n  baltory lor ovary volilolo  ���nd ovary budgal. And ovary  on*l*ou*r*nU*d, ,  ���lr>,l��ll��K��! Mini  Make your appointment today.  THE MID-WINTER  SERVICE SPECIAL  Includes:  Supply and Install  y/ New Motor Oil (up to 5 litres  Gulf 10W30 Motor Oil)  ,/Gulf Oil Filter  y Chassis lubrication  i/ Lock and door hinge lubrication  \/ 35ml, bottle of lock de-icer  Inspect/Test  >/ Pressure teat cooling system  ,/ Checking and recording coolant  freeze point  y/ Battery test -  \/ All belts and hoses  ,/ All fluid levels  |/, All lights and signals  ��/ Exhaust system  y/ Shock absorbers  y/ Adjusting air pressure In all  tires (Including spare).  f  5  ONLY  For motrt pawongor cor*. Oiler oxplro* March 2,1078  Including parts & labour  Sales  Mushroom  when you  BILaUHiai   tUririVaL.ELIi i-1 LB.  885-5111       NIXT TO ST, MARY'S SECHELT DL 2160  PVI /  OR  PROP YOUR ADS  OFF AT  THE HERON CAFE,  mHARBOUR  *   ��������� (���.  Livestock  For Sale  PageB*"���TIfeTeiiiiiSulaTime8^-FebriiaTy-14ri979-  Work Wanted  For Rent  Real Estate  Cars and Trucks  BUY YOUR polled Hereford  bull while selection is best.  30 bulls, 20 females to sell at  6th Annual SRCL7 Production  Sale- February 26, 1979. Free  Delivery 2000 miles. Bulls  kept free of charge until April  1. For information phone 335-  -4235_Jir_Htrite_Summerset_  BLACK HOODED  fireplace  '   w-screen, $100.885-2788.  .-.  ,.-. V   '  x        3399-13  McCLARY frost-free fridge,  good cond'n; wood turning  lathe,. complete w-motor,  chisels, steel stand, new cond'.  885-3127. .   -     ' 3402-13  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Published Wednesdays by .Deaths,    Card    of    Thanks,   .In  , The Peninsula Times Memoriam,      Marriage      and  for Westpres Publications ltd.        Engagement   Notices  are   $7.00   breBiirretrrB.e.'  (*jp-to-U4ines)-and-60c-per-lme-  "' "afTerThat! Four "wordV'perliheT1  , CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. AIT  types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.  Concrete leakage problems  $300 PER MO. 2 bdrm, 2 bath,  house  in  Village.   Kids  welcome. 885-2688.       3454-14  HOUSE   FOR   RENT,   W.  Sechelt, 3 bdrm, bsmt, 2 yrs  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified' Advertising Rate*:  -3:|ihirAd-Briefs. (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions'*. $4.30  Extra Lines (4 words)  60c  Display Ad-Briefs  .$3.60 per column inch   -  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate line.  per-  Birth Notices, Coming Events  take regular classified rates,  Ad-Briefs must be paid for In  , advance J��y Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates':  By Mail:  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area .... $8.00 yr.  U.S.A $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area $6.00  Single Copies 15c ea.  sp-g^rsr���taglrz^res^^  Announcements  Help Wanted  leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  . 885-2125  after 7 p.m.   ,.  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your tree  needs:  -Topping  -Falling  -Limbing  - Insured work  "Out reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  3456-14  WHISTLER, B.C. Acreage for  sale. Many parcels from 20  to 200 acres. $100,000 to  $600,000. Mr. Van Norman,  Capilano Highlands Ltd., 682-  3764.120-1575 W. Georgia St.,  =^aneou.ve&V6G4V3===344(kl2=  Ranching Co.  Ltd.,  RR  1,  -Didsbury^Alta. T0M0W0.  '74 CHEV truck, 350 c.i., ps,  pb, auto, mags, courtesy  box, 49,000 mi. $2900. 886-7755  -aft. 5.. 3490-12.  '67 VOLVO, good cond'n. 886-  ,^=2106 eves :l���348742-=  3426-12  MAJESTIC.      38"  "clearance  __    zero  heatilator  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous  '   Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-.  tf   -  - ATTENTION PARENTS  Are you aware your children  can join the Scouting program  at any time? Meetings are  - held at St. Hilda's Anglican -  Church Hall. New reg'n and  further info phone 885-2682.  Boys   5-7, Beavers, Mon. 3:15-4:15  8-10,'Cubs, Mon. 6:30-8:00  11-13, Scouts, Thurs, 7:00-9:00  14-16, Ventures, Thurs, 7:00-  9:00  Also any girls, 14-16 interested  in the Venture program are  welcome to joinT 3537-12  SKINCARE       "  A12 hour course on proper use  of cosmetics and on problems  related to skincare starts in  Chatelech Jr. Secondary  School, Rm. 104 on February  15, Thurs., 7:30-9:30 pm. Instructor Shelley Heddon.  Registration 885-3512, Continuing Education.       3547-12  Coming Events  HAZELTON AREA  Homecoming for former  Hazelton residents. July 27, 28.  and 29, 1979. Registration  deadlines April 30th. Contact  .Anne Reid, Box 108, Hazelton,  ���B.C. V0J1Y0.-.       3468-12*  Card of Thanks  WE WOULD like to thank all  our relatives and friends  who remembered us with  words of comfort, cards,  flowers, and donations to the  Heart Fund in the loss of our  dear husband, fathTer~gntr  grandfather, Stanley Tyson  Sr. (Curly). A very special  thanks to the Brothers of  IOOF Sunshine Coast Lodge  No. 76 for their beautiful  service, and a special thank  you to Father Nicholson for  the Memorial Mass February  3rd. Words cannot express our  gratitude.  Pearl Tyson and family  3497-12  Pv.  -ftHEfcP  Help!!  needed  -GREENPEACE-  _3283=tL  1 BDRM bsmt suite ,in Gibsons. Living rm, dining rm,  kitchen,   bathrm  w-shower,  spacious, carpeted thro'. $225  S>r mo. incl. utilities. Chuck  owman, Century West Real  Estate (1978) Ltd., 88*3271.  3535-12  SUITES for rent. Central  Sechelt. Lang Blk. 1 bdrm,  stove, fridge, carport, laundry. "Avail. Mar. 1, $231, 3  bdrms avail immed. $272.885-  9366. 3549-12  1 BR APT in Sechelt. Stove &  fridge & heat incl. $185. 885-  9344: - 3244-tf  Sellers urgently  for the Greenpeace.  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make,  money! Save life! !!Im:  portant Notice!! During the  mail strike Greenpeace 'Go  Anywhere' lottery tickets will  be distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to call  -in- this area isr 898-5851 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 736-  0321. ^4921-tfn  REFRIGERATION mechanic  to work on Vancouver Isl.  Year-round work. Small  expanding shop. Must be  versatile, top quality commercial service man. Marine  experience an asset. Top  wage. TQ or 3rd year apprentice. Box 186, Erringtqn,  B.C.V0R1V0. 3465-12  MOBILE HOME Serviceman,  Williams Lake. Capable of  working with minimum  supervision. Good salary,  allowances, incentives. Fulltime position. Send resume to  Box 248, The Tribune, 188 N.  1st Ave., Williams Lake, B.C.  V2G1Y8. 3466-12  MECHANIC-DRIVER, school  bus, req'd for 12-unit school  bus fleet and other district-  owned vehicles and  machinery. Requirements:  Class 2 driver's licence w-air  certificate and journeyman  mechanic's licence. Con-  " sldeYation will be- giVen*for a  driver w-mechanical experience to engage in an  apprenticeship program.  Submit applications to School  Dist. No. 14 (Southern  Okanagan), P.O; Box 850,  Oliverf B.C. V0H 1T0. Attn:  Supervisor of Operations.  3469-12  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract  free estimates  885-5735 days  3527-tf.  ELECTRIC Cnntractor, unbeatable,     reasonably  priced. Phone now, 687-6306,'  688-9285,886-7618. 3529-14  liXPERIENCED Dutch iady  will do gen'1 cleaning by the  hour. 885-5292. 3540-14  ^1  Wanted to Rent  2 OR 3 BDRM house, near  Sechelt for Mar. 1.885-3864.  3450-13  WOULD LIKE to rent garage  or, shed in Sechelt for  storage up to 5 mo. Must have  road access. 886-7973 10 am-5  jim. 3459-12  2 BDRM home for Mar. 1,  .   prefer Pender Harbour,  Monty Rolston, 883-2248. 3532-  14  YOUNG RESP. working  couple looking for small  cottage on or near WF, year-  round rental. No children, no  pets?886-7979. 3538-14  For Rent  TRAILER   spaces   in   West  Sechelt.    1    doublewide  24 x 40 singes. 885-2079.    4224-  tfn  3 BDRM house, lower^Gib-  ' sons, beautiful view. Extra  room'in basement. 886-9957.  3421-13  Personal  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  NATURAL high potency  vitamins, also reducing  plan. Lowest prices in  Canada. Prompt service. Free  catalogue. Write i Vitamin  Discounts by Mail, Box 69337-  A. Stn. 'K\ Vancouver, B.C.  V5K4W5. 3368-113    - ���   ��� .      '    i i .  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  Tlie Peninsula Times can be  ordered for your own use at  The Times office,      , 1473-tfn  INCORPORATE yourself -  fast - over the telephone.  Our forms and typing services  arc lawyer approved. Call  Sell-Counsel Services toll free  (112) 800-063-3035. Chargex  and Masterchargo approved.  4324-tfn  BRAID Nutrl-date offers  specialty Natural Vitamins;  sugar-free cookbook for  Hypogleccmlcs; comprehensive nutritional health  profile; Irldiology  photography. Free brochure  on request. Box 97, Pt.  Coquitlam, B,C, V3C 3V6.401-  1752. 3470-13  _ , ^,.,1. 1,11 ...ii.....I Ml,,- mi ������ I���. i., .1 .iil-i    m,. I.���.ii���. I���,..' ������,.,���.,., M  Help Wanted  START RIGHT away to earn  money In your own area, at  1ST CLASS R.V. Mechanic  required by dealer hear  Nanaimo, B.C. Excellent  working cond'ns. Reply  Service Mgr., 390-4033 or Box  238, Lantzville, B.C.     3471-12  ALIGNMENT & Brake  Specialist wanted immediately: Good Year retail  tire store, Camrose, Alta.  Unequaled salary plus bonus  incentive, Best shop and  working conditions. Contact  Northland Tire, 672-3357. 3474-  12  CIRCULAR SAW Filer req'd  by our Ladysmith Sawmill  Div. on Vancouver Island. TQ  preferred but not essential.  Reply to: A. Brubaker,  Doman Forest Products Ltd.,  Box 1000, Ladysmith, B.C.  V0R2E0. 3475-12  CHALLENGING sales  position available in advertising department of  Cariboo community  newspaper. Managerial advancement possible for right  person. Retail sales ' experience and marketing  background an asset Send  resume in confidence to  Paulette Ernst,. Mgr. Dlr.,  Cariboo Observer, Box 4460,  Quesnel, B.C. V2J3J3.  3477-tf  -3-BBRM-full bsmt house. 4th  down, carport & sundeck.  $275.  Halfmoon Bay. Ref's.��  885-3583. 3428-13  OLIVER STREET, Williams  Lake, approx. 3500 sq. ft.,  street level, a-cond., ideal for  retail or office, completely  decorated, avail. Mar. 1979.  Interested parties only write  for additional info, stating  requirements, Box 247, c-o  The Tribune, 188 N. 1st Ave.,  Williams Lake, B.C. V2G1Y8.  3443-12  FOR   RENT:   Wilson  Crock  Community    Hall.    Call  Mabel Dooley at 885-9804.  3691-tf  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,'  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfn  2 BJbRMsuite, w-w carpet,-;  fridge & stove, elec. heat.  North Rd., Gibsons, $250. 886r ���  9953. 3336-12  1 BDRMJrailerT;Jno pets. $195  permoT885-2079.    "333��tf~  2 BDRM cottage,  close  to  Sechelt Village centre, boat  launching . & ..public transit.  $200 per mo. 885-2808.   3341-12  MADEIRA PARK 3 bdrm, 2  baths,  carpet throughout,  bsmt. $400, ref's. 987-9736.   ���'     3383-12  2 BDRM renovated older  home,  close  to  Sechelt  Village centre, garden area.  $250.885-2808. 3342-12  Real Estate  WANTED:. waterfront prop.  Pender Harbour area. P.  Moore, 479 Saville Cr., N. Van.  V7N3A9.988-5498.        3380-12  LOVELY NEW homes for $33  sq. ft. in the sunny  Okanagan Valley, considered  the California of Canada.  Lebert Const'n. Ltd., Box 1056,  Oliver, B.C. V0H1T0. Ph. 498-  4196. 3374-12  2 VIEW lots in W. Sechelt  across from beach access.  Call owner, 885-2762.     3397-13  W: "SECHELT. 3 bdrms,  ���master enstej contemp:  design home. Lge family  kitchen, floor to ceiling fp,  _thermoj^Jviridows, ^cedar^  planked, ceiling, panelled  feature 'wall, heated garage  under bsmt roughed in. FP  $58,900,885-2762. 3404-tf  MADEIRA PARK: 4 yr old  1000 sq ft 3 bdrm vacation  , home. Fireplace, patios, %  block to beach. $38,500 firm.  Write: H. Bicker, 10834-141A  ; St., Surrey, B.C. V3R3J8.  -i 3531-14  PENDER HARBOUR -  Duncan Bay. Charming,  quiet seclusion, view lot, near  sea and lake. Paved road, city  amenities. FP $10,000. $1000  down, $100 mo. at 9 pet. 885-  2998, Mrs. Ruth Walker. 3533-  17  Business Opportunities  AUTO BODY Paint Shop,  leased _bldg approx 2500j��i  ft. Located downtown  Kamloops. Asking $20,000.  Will newer 4x4 as part pay't.  374-4922,3764)309. 3480-12  '74 FORD truck. 885-3710.3499-  12  '72 CORTINA, .good shape,  excel, mech. shape, 4  studded snows and 4 summers, $1000 or trade for  pickup. 885-9906. '3500-12  '70 MAVERICK 6 cyl, 3 spd.  std, radio, new clutch,  brakes, rubber (studded  winters) no tan oil burner.  Has 65,000 Manitoba miles.  Economical for the whole  family $950. 886-9519 or 886-  9416. 3526-12  '69 CHEV Vz ton, V8, 4 spd,  posi-track, 56,000 mi.,  no  rust.^l200.886-7930.:    3541-12  '56 GMC ^ ton, good shape,  383 c.i., 4 spd, posi rear.  $2000.885-3938 between 5-7 pm.  3550-12  FISH- -M ARKETv-~Gibsons  area. 886-7888 or Box 796,  Gibsons. 3388-12  Mobile Homes  L & M Radiators, 1449  .. Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 986-  5334, Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can be arranged. Call  now for fast, economical  service. 4024-tfn  '72   MODULINE   12x48,' 2  bdrm, good cond., $8,400 or  offer. 926-1024. 3296-tfn  AMERICAN 10x40, porclT8x8.  Big Maple Crt. Furn'd, w-w,  good cond'n. 885-2538.   3455-14  12x66' 4  quick  anytime.  BDRM.  sale.  Priced for  885-2600  3489-tf  Boats and Engines  HEADWATER MARINA LTD  Good winter moorage  1.25 per foot-  20 ton marine ways  DRYLAND STORAGE  Down Narrows Rd.  Madeira Park  883-2406 24 hrs.  4900-tfn  _ 22' SANGSTER, twin Volvo  mtrs.,  trim tabs,  anchor  -winch,���:350'��� line- & -chain,  phone, sounder, large live bait  tank, other access. 883-2410.  $12,000. 3349-12  COTTAGES,    weekly    or  monthly.    Housekeeping  units,   furnished,   TV.. Ritz* ���acres  Motel. 886-2401. .'       4249-tfn  WANTED! Large lot or small  acreage. View pref. Roberts  Ck. to W. Sechelt. 885-5256.  3420-13  HALFMOON BAY: 3 bdrms,  full bsmt house, 4th bdrm  down. Sundeck & carport. All  on te acre, owner transferred,  must sell. All reas. offers  considered. 885-3583.    3429-13  *  BLOCK BROS.  REALTY LTD.  WEST SECHELT - $39,700.  You must see INSIDE! It's  Beautiful! An excellent job of  remodelling the interior.  Located on 2 acres of level  fenced land in West Sechelt  with a new 32' x 18' garage  that could be easily converted  into part of your new home.  HOUSE & ACREAGE -1500 sq  ft 2 bdrm rancher, only 6  years old with a new 24x15'  family room, plus a separate  432 sq ft heated workshop.  Located in W. Sechelt on 8.4  with Wakefield Creek  -iSiaOAT^nboardfheadj^qa-  F,   CB,   record   w-depth  sounder. Many extras. Van.  324-9544 or 883-2322.       3354-12  NOW   OPEN   IN   OUR  NEW SHOWROOM  QUALITY CARS-TRUCKS  1978 COUGAR XR7 MET.  BLUE. WHITE VINYL ROOF*,  RADIAL TIRES. PREMIUM  COND.  1977 COUGAR XR7 MET.  GREEN. MICHELIN RAOIALS,  ONLY 22,000 MILES.  1976 OLDSMOBILE DELTA'  ROYALE, MET. SILVER WITH  BURGANDY CRUSH VELOUR  INT. STEREO, AIR CONDITIONING, ONLY 20,000  _MILES 1   1977 FORD LTD II 4 DR AIR  CONDITIONING. LOW MILES  1975 FORD GRAN TORINO,  4 DR., MET. BROWN A-l  CONDITION  1975 BUICK LESABRE 4 DR  HTP, LOADED WITH OPTIONS INCL. AIR COND.  AFFORDABLE LUXURY  1978 FORD F-250 4x4 c/w  ELECTRIC WINCH ONLY  12,000 MILES.  1976 FORD F-150 SUPERCAB,  390V8  REAR  BENCH   SEAT,  ,X$V FORD^CANOPY, ,,      ...  '.hiht FQRD��^rlDOJtfVANr:  LINED AND INSULATED. SEMI  CAMPERIZED, CAPTAIN CHAIRS. NEW TIRES,  ONLY 28,000 MILES.  ���15' 6" Sidewing Hourston  Glasscraft (new).:. .$3,000  ���18' Sabrecraf t, 140 Merc.   , ...$4,900  -17' K&C Thermoglas, 115  hpEvinrude  $2,800  -471 GM. used; 353 GM,  used; 371' Nissan, used;  Volvo AQD 40-280 leg new;  50 hp Merc outboard, used.  Winterizing & Boat Moving  Immediate Repair Service  7daysaweelc  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES  LTD.  Sinclair Bay Rd.  883-2722  4355-tfn  1973 FORD F-250 CREWCAJL  GOOD WORK TRUCK  COPPING'S  CAR TOWN SALES LTD.  885-3281  WHARF RD., SECHELT.  across from Sechelt Legion  MD.LX00623A    '  CERTIFIED Farrier,  Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  Contact Sunshine, Farm. 898- -  375L 994-tfn  ^^"DlCNTCKTaEIDETrT"  is available  for  veterinary  work every Monday, Practice  limited to horses only.  For appointment  please call:  EQUINE VET  *     CENTRE  112-530-5344 (Langley)  or Diana Starbuck  886-9739  4213-tfn  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn    CHICKS - brown egg layers,  white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early-ship  anywhere. Napier Chick  Sales, 6743-216th St., Box 59,  -Milnerr-B:C���VOX-lTO-534^  7222. 3462-tf  BAGGED Alalfa pellets', $131  per metric ton (2200 lbs.) or  ���_$3JSLBer 25 kilo bag. Alalfa  fireplace   c-w   glass  doors.  Price reasonable, 886-9957.  3406-13  400 SQ' FT used carpet, good  cond, $140; 1 sheet glass, 4'  ^"T-x^^^r^hrie^sixteenths"  thick. 885-3670. 3407-11  CAMPER for back of %T pu,  $500 firm; white Titan bass  woman's^, accordian . w-3  switches, $100; autoharp,  $100; zither, $35. All as new,  885-9882.    ��� 3409-13  Copytron  Copier  Take over lease.  Excellent condition,'  886-2277  -Mix w-Barley pellets, $144.40  per metric ton or $4.20 per 25  kilo bag. Ph. 574-5980  (Cloverdale). 3472-12  Lost   LADIES glasses, pink frame  in blue case. Lost vicinity of  Sechelt Legion. Reward. 886-  7409. 3546-12  Wanted to Buy  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock   or   cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  WILL PAY $2000-$2500 for 16'  fibreglass boat & trailer,  pref. w-inboard mtr. 885-5047.  3365-12  WANT USED rototiller, good  cond'n. 883-9163. ���      3411-13  For Sale  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics. 4855-tfn  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  -  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  ^ Nearly*-v; New? r? **wEncore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5. 4457-tf  DOORS! B;C.'s lowest prices.  _-_Ere^hung-interior-$15.90;  pre-hung exterior $37.00;  fancy doors $49.00. Huge  stock! Walker's, ph. 266-7211,  4366-&WT-Marine Dr., Van-  R.V. RENTALS  CAMPING THE  FUN WAY  Camper Rentals  Ji!ullyJEipip^d^Insured. $70  ���per week  (winter rates" ih"  effect till June 1).  Book early  885-2600  3408-tfn  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328. 3460-tf  EARLY-  SPECIAL   potted  manure from Mainland.  Also topsoil. 536-3732.    3482-14  1 SMALL electric organ, fair  shape. $10.886-7167.   3495-12  WINNEBAGO-type    motor  home, 4 wheel drive, new  motor, $3700.886-7167.  3493-12  PHILIPS TV, 'black & white  20",   good   order,   $60;  chesterfield chair,-green,$25.-  885-2963. 3488-12  BATHROOM wall-hung sink  w-chrome legs & towel rack.  Crane, desert sand color, new  cond'n, $15. Bathroom space-  saver to match, $15.885-2844.'  3498-12  HAMMOND   Dolphin   chord  organ, new $1800, 1 yr old.  Asking $1000,883-2461 eves.  3528-14  FREEZER: 23 cu ft Admiral,  like new, 1 yr old. $325. 883-  j��W.. ,.������...���. ,3536:12  '2:B��)YS-i-sprd. bikes.: 886-2159  ' on the weekend.        3542-12  DOORS! B.C.'s lowest prices!  Pre-hung interior $15.90;  _solid_ exterior doors $19.00���  metal insulated front doors  $59.00; keyed locks $9.90; 3 ft.  closet bi-fold sale $11.90;  couverV6P5Z9.  3362-tf  Machinery  FOUR BDRM  Set   up   In  Trailer Purk,  Ph. 885-2600.  mobile home.  West  Sechelt  Ref. required.  tfn  EXPER'D General Reporter  wanted for Interior weekly.  Must have own car. Salary  Quesnel, B.C. V2.J3J4. 3478-13  W. SECHELT waterfront.  Fully furn'd 4 bdrm home on  exccl't beach. Fridge, stove,  washer, dryer, freezer, dishwasher, auto oil heat. Until  .      34WM.  AVAILABIJ2 for full or part-  time work. Income potential  $200 part-time, $400 full time.  Car needed, call 886-9144, 9  nm-9 pm. 3486-14  PIPELINE and Northern Jobs  - earn up to $3,000 per mo.  Loam how to secure these and  other hlgh-paylnR Jobs. Send  for further details regarding  informative Labour Market  Guide: Labour Market  Employment Sorvice-1, Box  7810, Stn. A, Edmonton. Alta.  T6J3G6. 3481-12  BDRM HOUSE,  view. Garden, 1  beautiful  blk from  govt wharf, close to schools  fridge, stove, fireplace.  per mo.  3765.  Available  $294  now. 986-  340U14  witting thru the property.  Absent vendor offers immed.  poss. and has reduced price  $10,000 from previous listing  which now makes this lovely  home and property very  saleable, At ONLY $79,000.  WATERFRONT LOT -  $35,000. located near Halfmoon Bay with easy access to  65' WF. This is a fully serviced  lot Including $2,000 for the  paid for sewer connection;  TAKE YOUR PICK - Two side  by side scml-watcrf ront lots at  Sandy Hook only $8,500. Try  $1000 down and have the  owner carry tho mortgage.  23' NEW fibreglass boat. Can  be used for camp or log  salvage. 487-9285. 3457-14  24;,ZETA hardtop, 225 Chev on  Volvo leg.  Full  galley,  loaded with extras.  Excef't  cond'n. 886-7004. 3491-tf  Motorcycles  '77  MONTESA 348 Cota  in  good cond'n. $1,000. Ph. 4��5-  4090. .    8021-13  Campers and Trailers  *7�� 9' CAMPER, used 3 times,  'fully equipped; HD utility    K^Xffifr  trailer, new tires, $375. BOS-    834IG. Cariboo Tractor Parts,  *70 MACK tandem dump  truck, 13 yd Reliance box, 6  cyl. new 5 & 4 trans, new rear  end, new turbo, new hoist (25T  Heil). 485-2217, Powell River,  after 5 pm. 8725-14  '64 TUCKER Sno Cat, 3 man  cab, cargo deck, 6 cyl, 4 spd.  Excel't cond'n. $3850. Ph. 338-  7277. Astra Machining, 823-A  McPhee Ave., Courtenay,  B.C. 3467-12  ���72 HOUGH H60 bucket  machine, excel't cond'n,  $24,000; '68 Cat 955K, ROPS,  GP bucket, excel't, but needs  some running gear, $16,500;  '72 Cat DOC w-anglo blade,  brush blade, ROPS, 3 spool  winch, excel't cond'n, $60,000.  Ph. 271-0343 or 687-2872. 3473-  12  NOW WRECKING IH-DF400  tandem; FordF850 tandem;  Mack R600 tandem; IH-  TD14A crawler: AC HD11  crawler; Fordson Major  dicsel tractor. Cariboo  Tractor Parts, Box 4268,  Quesnel, B.C. 992-5354. 3476-12  TRUCKERS: one new Fuller  RT12509. $1750;, one  now  Fuller RTOlli 10 spd, $1750;  one used RT9515, $1000; Splccr  CB Marine Package  Includes CB radio, 7' whip, P/.  loud speaker.  $134.95   (also  sold separately).  Prentis Enterprises  .884-5240  5000-16  ���78 YAMAHA 650 SE, lots of  extras. $2300.886-7342. 3393-  12  2 WINTER Coats, $40 ea., size  38.885-9768. 3394-12  FISHER woodburning stoves,  for sale at A.C. Rentals,  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd. 883-2585. 3217-tf  SELKIRK INSULATED  CHIMNEYS  Best prices on Coast  MACLEODS-SECHELT  4527-tfn  {PLEASE NOTE!   j  I We are the only BATH I  I ACCESSORY shop on thp I  | Peninsula. Come In and|  | browse at |  -reject doors $k95r-CanadaV  largest selection economy  doors! Walker's, 266-7211.1366  S.W. Marine Dr., Vancouver  V6P5Z9. 3543-tf  METAL CANOPY for smaU  truck, Gem Top, $150. 883-  2383. 3544-12  HIDE-A-BED,  gm;   kitchen  ste;  8-track player recorder ; TV stand. 885-5098.   3545-  14  COMBINATION wood and gas*  stove with 2 large propane  tanks, good cond'n. $150, 886-  9410. 3548-12  Advertising.Tj  helps you find  exactly  what you need.  CANADIAN AOVtllTISlNO AOVISOMY IIOAIH)  3674,  3551-14  2 BDRM HOUSE, 2 baths,  kitchen, family rm, large  Ivg  rm,   fireplace,  terrific  view, $295. mkli,      3483-14  1  i!  eur own time, 88>25W��� fc   Work Wanted  CIRCULAR SAW Hler,  preferably certified. Rate oi  pay $10,46 per hr. All benefits  ttccordLng to uniwi coiitracL  Required Immediately. Apply,  BoxSTMerrm;B.C,;vokifeC  Ph. 378-2224. 3441-12  Cor Quick R*��ult*  U*��Tlm��iAdbrl*fil  INCOME TAX & accounting  services. 885-3409.     3377-12  JOURNEYMAN ~ Shipwright  aflpecfo^oatbuMlngi nouae  carpentry *& -cabtiwt wortt.  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  For free est. tt professional  Job, call Allan May, 88M76S,  4578-tf  LARGE Office and Store,  Lower   Gibsons.   View,  overlooking Howe Sound. Ph.  581-0995 coflect. 3484-14  2 BDRM duplex ste. Waterfront, yr-round. 885-2754,  .      .,._,,. JW8WI,  1  BDRM  WF   fully  furn'd  cottage. $225 per mo. Avail.  Immed, 883-90987 3530-tf  Sechelt. excel ac-  dommodauon for a family.  Ref's req'd. $300 per mo.  Chuck Dowman, Century  West Real Estate (1978} Ltd..  685-3271. 3534-12  BROWNING ROAD, (seml-  waterfront)..*. New A-frame  cottage hidden-amongst the  trees on large 70. x 230 lot.  Interior needs some finishing,  but most of the materials are  supplied. Make your offer to  flJ.OOO.  -298-0541  G.KNOWLES  291-2881  3539-12  RETIREMENT  BUNGALOW, Parksvllle.  For sale by owner* Central  location, 2 bdrm, ennte, shake  kucnen caWnota. Now $40.5007  Rcpljr Box 208,, QuaHcum  Beach, B.C, VOR 2T<). (604)  752-9535,, 3464-12  Ui��Tlm��Adbrl*����l  Cars and Trucks  *74 FORD window van, new  tires,  reb't  transmission.  $2500 Obo. 885-3258.        3201-tf  '67 CHEV Van, long bodyTo  cyl., std��� part camporlzed,  propane furnace, 2 tanks, bed  nook, roof rack, snows runs  excel't, $1200 cash. 885-9575.  3410-13  JEEP PARTS, new and used  .for all Jeeps im to 1978.  Huge stock. Low prices.  Gemini Sales. 4730 E.  Hastings, Burnaby, B.C. V5C  2K7. Ph. 112-294-202.1.    3463-12  Box 4268, Quesnel, B.C. 992-  5354. 3479-12  Pets  PUPPIES for sale, needienoae  Collie cross. $45,885-6765.  3344-12  "-"~"n" ������"'"'- - -���"    ���*���^M-"�����������  FREE to good home, neutered  rodlo cross. 883-2241 btwn 8  3496-14  BATHROOM  ACCENT  In the heart of Sechelt  885-2912  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  .J  DRESS  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  "QpfifilflftfllMJ  In rP(!(!(M/iliifj  .Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  JfflBQDQEJ2JJp,��:Il!  rar  ���73   RED  Capri,  2000  cc,  buckets,  4  spa,  trk,   A-l  shape, clean, no rust, $2300,  880-2581. 3492-14  Wood burn Stov��t  & Fual Ltd.  Wood    alnvot     by     Fl��hor,  Lakowood, Sqdpro Valley,  Comfort and Flndlay,  Distributors . In Waitnrn  Canada ol th�� Kerr Scotiman  and K��rr Tlton wood llted  boiler. Doalan InquliU* In-  vllod. Norlharn H��olllner and  *3t��m^~*wTtr^CTfimmtirr  Wood/oil lurnoc����, in��ulal��d  plpo, acc��nor!���� and filling*  110   Ml   Av*���  North   Vancouver  NOW OPEN  Sen,vice4>  NEED HELP WITH  BOOKKEEPING OR INCOME TAX?  GIVE US A CALL AT  ���~^w_\*rw_~__xir^^  Otto-JO 11 OFOOD-SIZOD  , Located In Cameo Industrial Park  or write to P.O. Box 1670, Sechelt B.C.  )  ) ';, A^ ^S$iM^��  ,Jx  ***��  -&-.  MORE BAD road conditions last week flipped this one-    ��� west of Sechelt townsite. Unidentified driver .was  ton over on Highway 101 at the Shorn Cliff Ave. S-curve      uninjured.  wx%       t?v     ���^~- C"T--     I court briefs   The Peninsula limeh  Could have  .  Section B       '    Wednesday, February 7,1979 Pages 1-8 j  NEW HOURS  STARTING FEBRUARY 1st,  WE WILL BE OPEN  MONDAY-SATURDAY,  9 am  ��� SPECIALIZING IN SOFT  PERMS FOR LONG HAIR  Secttett beauty Saia*t  Cowrie St.  885-2818  <CmSTR|ICTIQf>L \______  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  CUSTOM BUILT HOMES  COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE  DESIGN & BUILDING  YOU TELL US  WE DO THE REST  days 886-2344  evening 885-2525  ANYTIME  saved $40  An unpaid $35 voluntary fine escalated  to $75 in Sechelt Provincial Court last  week.  Wayne Davidson, 25, of Matsqui was ,  found guilty of carrying an insufficient  number of lif ejackets for passengers in his  small boat last July ���  A 58-year-old Sechelt resident convicted of unpaired driving told the court he  had nothing to say except, "it was a foolish  thing to do.*'  Kingsley Russel Fawkes was fined $500  and given six months probation to attend  the impaired drivers' course after an  incident December 28 on North Road in  Gibsons.  A back problem which may require  orthopedic surgery saved Robert Warne  Vaughn from a jail sentence on his second  conviction for impaired driving.  Defence lawyer Charles Stein asked  .'Judge J.S.P."Johnson to take Vaughn's*'  back problem into consideration in sentencing.  Vaughn, 20', had been employed as a  boom-man until last week when he was  ordered by the doctor not to work until the  matter ha1fbeen~Cleared up, Steini saidr~  Johnson said if Vaughn was not  working, he could not afford to pay the stiff  ^ineih^eurof^afl-sentencer  "Perhaps an Intermittent jail sentence  would be best," Johnson said. "He is going  to pay his penalty one way or another."  ;    Stein said Vaughn had indicated he  could pay the fine.  In levying a $750 fine on Vaughn,  Johnson said the sentence was "lighter  than normally Imposed in this court" but  added he was considering Vaughn's  medical problems and his cooperation  with the police.  . Allan Casmir Louie, 28, of Sechelt was  fined $500 and given six months probation  to attend an impaired drivers' course after  he was found guilty of driving while his  ability to was impaired.  Your Gulf Dealer presents  Gulf  dealers  know how to  keep you  smiling all  winter long.  Our name,  Ybur guarantee  of quality products.  Gulf Windshield Washer AntHFreeza  Hereto* special cash & carry  veflie on the one gallon  container, Only;  rTTI,''*H  n  *  Wlntor Windshield Wlpor Blades  Dullt toughtr (or longer  oorvlconrid bolter vlnioti In  Iny winter wwllier,  ���*.  Gulf Gas Lino AntHFreeze  170ml, oo n lono-wny lo take  the worry out oT winter driving  Now only;  59'  *  Gulf gunrantoed battorles  jIFiFiinigiL  /  /������  Your Qulf desler liss a  hellery lor every vohlule  nnd every budrjei, And every  one Is guerenleed,  ���Minimum ����li��  Make your appointment today.  THE MID-WINTER  SERVICE SPECIAL  includes:  Supply and Install  yf New Motor Oil (up to 5 litres  Gulf 10W30 Motor Oil)  / Gulf Oil Filter  \f Chassis lubrication  s/ Lock and door hinge lubrication  ,/ 35ml. tpottle of locK de-icer  Inspect/Test  y/ Pressure test cooling system  ,/ Checking and recording coolant  freeze point  ,/ Battery test  V All belts and hoses  ,/ All fluid levels  ,/ All lights and signals  y Exhaust system  y/ Shock absorbers    {     ,  (/ Adjusting air pressure in all  tires (Including spare).  For moW paasdhjjor om, Oiiw^m Mwoli 2,1070  Including parts & labour  "i �����  EurscansT Chrysler ltd  885-5111    NEXT TO ST. MARY'S SECHELT DL 2180 886-9962 SUNNYCREST ESSO GIBSONS  PAINT ONLY  SPECIAL COVERALL KITS  -2 ROLLERS/TRAY/  PROP SHEET   $1 QQ  PADCO PAINT PADS  '3.99  20% OFF ALL  PAINT THINNER $2.49 gal  10% Off  ^^m^m^mm^m^^k  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Sunihln* Com* Hwy, Qlbiona  ��i.   886-  "Smiiii BUILDING NEEDS"  MffWnMRMMMWMM i  _./-_  885-3231  Page B��       The Peninsula Times     February 7,1979  Work Wanted  -ForJRerrt-  Boats and Engines       Livestock  For Sale  Legal Notices  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  = PKone~8B5=323l   Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963   Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines.) and 60c per line-  after that. Four words per line.  -JOURNEYMAN Shipwright  ���*eeks���workr-Expriin���all  aspects boatbuilding;' house  carpentry., & cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Ratos:^f  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Three Insertions .- $4.30  Extra Lines (4words) _... ._...._. .760c  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column-inch  - Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal 'or Reader advertising'  per agate line.  30c  ���Birth NoticesrComing Events  - take regular classified rates.  "*"* Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rates:  By Mail: -    .  Local Area $7.00 yr.  Outside Local Area $8.00 yr.  U.S.A $10.00 yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  Local Area  $6.00  Single Copies 15c ea.  For free est. & professional  job, call Allan May, 885-5765.   . _J 457&tL.  ' PEERLESS TREE.  SERVICES LTD.  Let us care for your  ,needs:  -Topping  * -Falling  -Limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  tree  3283-tf  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous.  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  ��� pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf_ -���  FREE METRIC Seminar is  held   on   February   16,  Friday, 1-4 p.m. in Elphinstone    Secondary    School  Lunchroom.     Only     pre-  ��� registered   participants   are.  admitted.  Bring- a  friend  _ . along.. Call 8B53512, Continuing Education.       3415-11  LOG BUILDING School.  Learn to build your own log  home. Instruction by Ed  Campbell. For further information contact Ed Campbell, CELISTA, B.C. Phone  : 955-2239. 3430-11  Help Wanted  Obituary  - JACOBSON: Passed-away  February  1,  1979, , Franz  Wilhelm  Jacobson,  late   of  Sechelt, aged 69 years. Survived by his loving wife Joyce,  1 son Bob of Sechelt, 2  daughters Joanne Gotch of  Sechelt and Judy Barton of  Clearbrook,l9-grandchildren,  2 great-grandchildren, 2  brothers Albert aMStan, 3  sisters Lil, Irene ana Ellen.  Predeceased by a son Larry.  Funeral service was held  Saturday, February 3 in  Surrey. Cremation. Devlin  Funeral Home, directors.  3422-11  WILKINSON:  Passed away  February 2*, 1979, Doreen  Wilkinson, late of Madeira  Park, aged 46 years of age.  "1^rvrved~_by~heTy���loving7  husband Bob and daughters  Susan and Vicki at home. Also  survived   by   6   brothers,  Harold, Doug, Bill, Ron Brian  -and Ken and 3 sisters, Betty,.~  Joyce and Ruth. Funeral  services Wednesday,  February 7 at 2 p.m. in Devlin  Funeral Home, Gibsons. Rev.  John Paetkau officiating.  Interment Seaview Cemetery.  11  Personal  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  BRAID NUTRI-DATA offers  specialty natural vitamins;  sugarfree cookbook * for  hypoglycemics; comprehensive nutritional health  profile; iridology  photography. Free brochure  on request. Box 97, Pt.  Coquitlam, B.C. V3C 3V5. Ph.  461-1752. 3367-10  NATURAL   h|lgh   potency  vitamins, also reducing  plan.   Lowest   prices   In  START RIGHT away to earn  money in your own area, at  your own time. 885-2550.  3338-  12  A PART-TIME qualified  , instructor to teach volunteers how to work on a one to  one basis with adults who  want to learn how to read or  write. A part-time instructor  to help adults increase' their  speed of reading. Please call  -885-3512, Continuing-  Education. 3416-11  ACTIVE MATURE person to  collect rent & look after  owners interests in 4  residential buildings in  Gibsons. Handyman w-  trahsport preferred. Percent  of rent collected, hourly rate  for repairs. Give age, marital  status, phone. Interviews  week of Feb. 12. Reply Box  - 310(M), Sechelt 3417-11  SR. COOK wanted for 50-bed  personal and intermediate  care facility on Saltsprim  Island. Must be qualified fo  service supervisor and have  minimum two years experience in an institutional  kitchen or equivalent. Salary  $1288. For interview contact  Co-ordinator, Greenwoods,  Box 307, Ganges, B.C. V0S1E0  or ph. 537-5545. 3436-11  HEALTH DATA technologist.  Sole charge for 45-bed  hospital. Typing 60 wpm. PAS  ^required. Residence  available. Apply Nicola  Valley General Hospital, Box  129, Merritt,B.C. VOK 2B0.  3437-11  INCOME TAX & accounting  services. 885-3409.     3377-12  INSULATION - expertly' in-  stalled foam fibreglass -  loose fill. Ph. 885-3311.  3447-11  Wanted to Rent"  WATERFRONT 3 bdrm home  between   Robts   Ck.   &  Halfmoon Bay. Professional  couple. Ray Bernier, 885-3295.  3413-11  2 OR 3 BDRM house, near  -Sechelt for Mar. 1.885-3864.      _     . ,_   , .3450-13  1-2 BDRM house or winterized  cottage in some seclusion w-  appliances, for single person.  Call Judith Stapleton, Vancouver, 668-2885 days, 738-9074  eves. . 3451-11  2 BDRM cottage near beach.  ���$195-penjiOT926=lt)247~3294^_  NEAR NEW 2 bdrm house,"  West Sechelt. FP, fridge,  stove. Avail Feb.  1.  Ph.  ���Comx)X..(ll2)J39r2017*.^32ft7.1L=  4 BDRM WF furn'd home.  Fridge,   stove,   washer,  dryer,  freezer,   dishwasher.  Ph. 224-1876. 3312-11  MADEIRA PARK 3 bdrm, 2  baths,  carpet throughout^  bsmt. $400, ref's. 987-9736.  , 3383-12  2 BDRM renovated older  home,   close  to  Sechelt  Village centre, garden area.  $250,885-2808, 3342-12  Real Estate  WANTED: waterfront prop.  Pender Harbour area. ,d&=  Moore, 479Saville Cr., N. Van.  -V7N3A9,988-5498.       .3380-12  For Rent  TRAILER spaces in West  . Sechelt. 1 doublewide  24 x-40 singes. 885-2079. -4224=-  tfn  SMALL 2 bdrm mobile home  on  fully serviced pad in  Wilson Creek, $150 per mo.  886-9347. 3405-13  1  ROOM cottage,  all conveniences. Ph. 883-2697.  3418-11  3 BDRM house, lower Gibsons, beautiful view. Extra  room in basement. 886-9957.  342H3  SUITES for rent, .central  Sechelt, Lang Block. 1  bdrm, stove, fridge, carport,  laundry! avail. Mar. 1. $231. 3  bdrm avail, immed. $272. 885-  .9366. 342441  Canada. Prompt service. Free  catalogue. Write: Vitamin  Discounts by Mall, Box 09337-  A, Stn. 'K\ Vancouver, B.C.  V5K4W5. 3368-113  PHOTOGRAPHS published in  Tho Peninsula Times can bo  ordered for your own use at  The Times office, 14734f n  INCORPORATE yourself -  fast - over the telephone.  Our forms and typing services  are lawyer approved. Call  Self-Counsel Services toll free  (112) 000-663-3036, Chargex  and Mastorchnrgo approved.  4324-tfn  MRS. .JACEA.Splrltual, tarot  card, palm reader. Past,  present, future, business, lovo  marriage. If bad luck experienced write problems  with full date of birth and send '  with $10, to 2033 East Hastings  St., Vancouver, B.C. V5K 1Z5.  Phone 265-3240. 3444-11  Help Wanted  SOMEONE to cut & deliver to  Tuwanok 50 15' fltrolght  polos, any wood, 4-0"  dlnmotor. 438-000} collect  nfterftpm.- 3340-11  ^PACIFIC Evergreens. Wo buy  F salalund cedar. 005-2901.  3334-11  -CIRCULAR���SAW���iiler_  preferably certified. Rate of  pay $10.46 per hr. All benefits  according to union contract.  nred^urmnpediatelyT-Applyr  Box 39, Merritt, B.C. VOK 2B0.  Ph. 378-2224. 3441-12  ADVERTISING salesperson  for Sunshine Coast community newspaper. Write with  resume to: The Publisher,  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  B.C. VON 1V0. Ph. 886-2622 or  886-7817. 3357-11  ! 1HELP GREENPEACE  Help!! Sellers urgently  needed for the Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money! Save life! lllm^  portant Notice!! During the  mail strike Greenpeace 'Go  Anywhere' lottery tickets will  be distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to call  in this area Is: 898-6851 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 736-  0321. 4921-tfn  SHOP FOREMAN req'd. for  machine shop In Quesnel,  B.C. Good fringe benefits.  Contact Quesnel Machinery  Ltd., Box 4009, Quesnel, B.C.  V2J 3J4, or phone the  manager at 992-^174.    3271-11  EXPER'D. JOURNALIST to  fill assistant editor position  in expanding community  newspaper Iri Lower  Mainland. Permanent with  advancement to qualified  person. Ideal for single or  married. , Salary commensurate with experience.  Send resume with photo to:  Boxl36,e-oPCYCNA,,808,207  W. Hastings rSt,, Vancouver,  B.C. VflB 1H7. Job open In  March. .1375-11  H���.WIM-WI.IIII I   ������ ...������,'������!���-P-H...-I.  m .."*  Work Wanted  "CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. {K\l  types of Concrete work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.  Concrete leakage problems.  Seepage or high pressure  leaks.  Phono Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  8BW25  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt   -������' ��� J umtn  MECHANICAL Engineer.  British University .graduate  seeks Canadian omploymont.  Expor'd |n development,  tfhubleshootlhl, research In  elec, power, manufacturing  Industries. Interview In  March. Box 2003, Smlthors.  B.C. 3432-11  FOUR BDRM  Set  up  In  Trailer Park.  Ph. 885-2000.  22' SANGSTER,.twin Volvo  ���mtrs^-trinr~tabs. anchor  winch, 350' line .& chain,  phone, sounder, large live bait  tank, other access. 883-2410.  $12,000. 3349-12  ,=25LRQAT,inboard, head, Vlfc-  TF,  CB;  record  w-depth  sounder. Many extras., van.  324-9544 or 883-2322.      3354*12  3 BDRM full bsmt house. 4th  down, carport & sundeck.  $275. Halfmoon Bay. Ref's.  885-3583, ^ 3428-13  OLIVER STREET, Williams  Lake, approx. 3500 sq. ft.,  street level, a-cond., ideal for  retail or". office, completely  decorated, avail. Mar. 1979.  Interested parties only write  for additional info, stating  requirements. Box 247, c-o  The Tribune, 188 N. 1st Ave.,  Williams Lake, B.C. V2G1Y8.  3443-12  FOR  RENT:   Wilson  Creek  Community   Hall.    Call  Mabel Dooley at 885-9804.  3691-tf  COTTAGES,    weekly    or  monthly.    Housekeeping  units,   furnished,   TV.   Rltz  Motel. 886-2401. 4249-tfn  LOVELY NEW homes for $33  sq. ft. in the sunny  Okanagan Valley, considered  the California of Canada.  Lebert Const'n. Ltd., Box 1056,  Oliver, B.C. V0H1T0. Ph. 498-  4196. 3374-12  . OPEN HOUSE  Feb.l0&ll,2-4p.m.  at Ann's - Maskell Rd. & Hwy  101. Agents welcome. House  must be sold. Large log &  frame: 5% acre. Lots of room  for growing family & extra for  in-law situation. Open to offers - $115,000.  Call for private viewing.  886-2542  v    3414-11  2 VIEW lots in W. Sechelt  across from beach-access  Call owner, 885-2762.    3397-13  W. SECHELT. 3 bdrms,  master enste, cohtemp.  design home. Lge family  kitchen, floor to ceiling fp,  thermo windows, cedar-  planked ceiling, panelled  feature wall, heated garage  under bsmt roughed in. FP  $58,900,885-2762. 3404-tf  WANTED! Large lot or small  acreage. View pref. Roberts  Ck. to W. Sechelt. 885-5256.  3420-13-  Halfmoon bay: 3 bdrms,  full bsmt house, 4th bdrm  down. Sundeck & carport. All  on % acre, owner transferred,  must sell. All reas. offers  considered. 885-3583.    3429-13  $29,500  Yes, that is the full price for  "iis-^o^edroom���home-in-  Selma Park. Terrific view.  Large, large lot. Phone John  Witson now for viewing  mobile home,  West  Sechelt  Ref. required.  tfn  ���15' 6" Sidewing Hourston  Glasscraft (new)... .$3,000  ���18' Sabrecraf tj 140 Merc.  ..<.... ......$4,900  ���17' K&C Thermoglas, 115  hpEvinrude  $2,800  -471 GM, used; 353. GM,  used; 371 Nissan, used;  Volvo AQD 40-280 leg.new;  50 hp Merc outboard, used.  Winterizing & Boat Moving  Immediate Repair Service  7 days a week  __ GARDEN, BAY_  MARINE SERVICES  LTD.  Sinclair Bay Rd.  883-2722  CERTIFIED, Farrier, Hans  ~BeTgeT^TemmgT;oXoast7  Contact Sunshine Farm. 898-  3751. 994rtfri  ,      DRrNICKKIEIDER  is available  for 'veterinary  work-every-MendayrPraetice-  limitedto horses only.-     - '  For appointment  please, call:  EQUINE VET   '  CENTRE  112-530-5344 (Langley)  or Diana Starbuck  '    886-9739  STEREO, walnut finish, $85; 2  ���pTT-Ttlelaxe   rear���vis  mirrors, $18 & $12, all in excel.  cond'n. 885-2762. 3398-11  BLACK HOODED fireplace  w-screen, $100.885-2788.,  _,  . ���     339M3-  Pollution Control Br.  i,ite-N0TAE5450-  4213-tfn  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn . s .-   ���  Lost  4355-tfn  ���v  Motorcycles  '77 MONTESA 348 Cota in  good cond'n. $1,000. Ph. 485-  4098. 8621-13  Cars and Trucks  '74 FORD window van, new  tires,   reb't  transmission.  $2500 obo. 885-3258.        3261-tf  '63 CORVAIR, selling for  parts, very cheap. Ph. 485-  4098. 8619-13  '67 CHEV Vanriohg bodyr6  cyl., std��� part camperized,  propane furnace, 2 tanks, bed  ���nook, roof rack, snows runs  excel't. $1200 cash. 885-9575.  3410-13  LUXURY SEDAN, '76 Volvo  264 GL p wdw, sun roof, air  cond'n, AM-FM cassette,  Michelin tires, snows, fuel  injection & overdrive. 885-  3808. 3412-11  '73 FORD Bronco 4x4 V8, good  . cond'n, nr. new tires, low  mileage. 885-3311.        3448-11  TOYOTA HILUX pickup, 1972,  30,000 miles. 886-9344.   3453-  -'13-  NEAR NEW TA radials on  Cragar mags. Ph. 885-5203  after6. 3314-11  '73 FIAT 128, good cond'n.,  -���low-mileage, $1300; also '67  Volvo, good cond'n. 886-2106  eves. 3392-10  PAIR OF girl's glasses. Light  blue-green round plastic  flower. Reward;, 885-3478.3426-_  11  Business Opportunities  FISH   MARKET,   Gibsons  area. 886-7888 or Box 796,  Gibsons. 3388-12  13 UNIT-MOTEL^Site-of new -  bridge    in     Courtenay,-  Vancouver Isl. Good potential.  New ski development. Boom  area.  Owners retiring.  Ph.  334-4273.15517th St.      3431-11  FINEST RESORT on Cjfaim  Lake. Showing . good  returns. $225,000. Pub excellent opportunity. Good  terms and revenue. M&R  Realty Ltd., Box 68,100 Mile  House, B.C. 395-2251.    3435-11  MASSEY FERGUSON and  Ford Car & Truck dealership in Central Alberta_,_  Owner will accept home in  Kelowna region in trade.  Excellent opportunity for the  right person. Asking $215,000.  Contact Arnold Emsley, Co-op  Trust, Camrose, Alberta 672-  1131 or 672-1875. 3439-11  FOR SALE - booming chin-  ney sweeping service.  People are now heating their  homes more & more with  wood-burning stoves. For a  /good business opportunity,"  call Lee Christian, 883-9171.  3449-11  LARGE   STEEL   franklin  fireplace, w-screen & grate,  costs $250, sell for $100. Ph.  885-5436. ' 3400-11  /McCLARY frost-free fridge,  good cond'n; wood turning  lathe, complete w-motor,  chisels, steel stand, new cond.  885-3127. 3402-13  MAJESTIC      38"       zero  clearance   heatilator  fireplace  c-w  glass  doors.  Price reasonable, 886-9957.  3406-13  400 SQ FT used carpet, good  __CQnov$140;-1 sheet glass 4'  10" x 6' 9", three-sixteenths  thick. 8854679. 3407-11  CAMPER for back of %T pu,  $500 firm; white Titan bass  woman's accordian w-3  switches, $100; autoharp,  $100; zither, $35. All as new,  JJ85-9882. 3409-13  1954 ALFA ROMEO 1900 Pina  Farina. Coupe. Restored,  could use cosmetics. Modern  design. Only 4 known to exist.  Appreciating investment at  $15,000. Vancouver, 943-8142.  3438-11  Copytron  Copier  Take over-lease.  Excellent condition.  886-2277  Wanted to Buy  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock   or   cedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd:  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  WILL PAY $2000-$2500i for 16'  fibreglass boat & trailer,  pref. w-inboard mtr, 885-5047.  ������       ��� .     336��12"  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevlslon, stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfn  FOR RENT  2 bdrm ste. In Lower Gibsons,  appliances  incl.   Laundry  room, bright & cheery with  view of hurbor. $230 por mo.  3-bdrm mod. homo In West  Sechelt,  excellent  accomm.  for a family. Refs. requ. $300  ,,per.mo..  ...........  1 bdrm bsmt suite In Gibsons, .  living rm. dining rm, kitchen,  bthrm with shower, spacious,  carpeted throughout, $225 por  mo. incl. utilities.  Phono Chuck Dowman  nt Century West  Real Estate  885-3271  ' 3423-11  2 BDRM sulto, w-w carpet,  fridge & stove, elec. hoat.  North ltd., Gibsons, $250. 880-  ,0053. 3330-12  1 BDRM trailer, no pets. $195  per mo. 885-2070,       3339-tf  2 BDRIVL cottage,, close to  Sechelt Village centre, bout  launching & public transit,  $200 por mo, 805-2808.   3341-12  $300 PER mo.  2 ��� bdrm,  2  appliances. 885-2088,    3203-U  1 BR APT In Sechelt. Stove <k  frldgo & hoat Incl, $185. 886-  9344. 3244-tf  GORDON AGENCIES  Days: 885-2013  Eves: 885-9365  3419-11  RANCH closeto Grand Forks,  B.C. 325 acres. Large ranch  house, barn, granaries.  Equip't included. Ph. 112-442-  2124. Write Denis Murphy,  Box 1540, Grand Forks, V0H  1H0. 3433-11  FOR SALE - two acres,  Beaver Rd, Lake Cowichan,  Vancouver Isl. Partly cleared.  Some trees. Asking $17,500.  Ph. 749-3397. 3434-11  WHISTLER, B.C. Acreage for  sale. Many parcels from, 20  to 200 acres. $100,000 to  $600,000. Mr. Van Norman,  Capilano Highlands Ltd., 682-  3764. 120-1575 W. Georgia St.,  Vancouver V6G 2V3.    3440-12  Mobile Homes  ''75    GLENDALL     12x60  spotless 3 bdrm. Must sell.  z$10,400 or offer. 926-1024. 3295-  tfn  '  L & M Radiators, 1449  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 980-  5334. Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can bo arranged. Call  now for fast, economical  service. 4024-tfn  ���72   MODULINE   12x40.   2  bdrm, good cond., $8,400 or  offer. 020-1024. 3200-tfn  '73 CHANCELLOR 12'x60'  MH. Includes fridge, stove,  drapes, Franklin fireplace.  $12,800 obo. 885-9053 after 0  p.m. 3299-11  Boats and Engines  HEADWATER MARINA LTD  Good wlntor moorage  1,25 por foot-  20 ton marine ways  DRYLANO STORAGE  Down Narrows Rd,  Madeira Park  883-2406 24 hrs.  4900-tfn  14'    GLASPY    fibreglass  wldeboam boat with 85 .hp  Johnson ob, A��klng $2,700, Ph,  after 6,885-2704, 3320-11  14 FT fiberglass boat & 33 HP'  Johnson olec. 805-9819. 3403-  13  NOW   OPEN   IN   OUR  NEW SHOWROOM  QUALITY CARS-TRUCKS  1978 COUGAR XR7 MET.  BLUE, WHITE VINYL ROOF,  RADIAL TIRES,, PREMIUM  COND.  1977 COUGAR XR7 MET.  GREEN, MICHELIN RADIALS,  ONLY 22,000 MILES.  1976 OLDSMOBILE DELTA  ROYALE, MET. SILVER WITH  BURGANDY CRUSH,VELOUR  INT. STEREO, AIR ' CONDITIONING, ONLY 20,000  MILES  1977 FORD LTD II 4 DR AIR  CONDITIONING, LOW MILES  "1'975 FORD GRAN TORINO,  4 DR., MET. BROWN A-l  CONDITION  1975 BUICK LESABRE 4 DR  HTP, LOADED WITH OPTIONS INCL. AIR COND.  AFFORDABLE LUXURY  1978 FORD F-250 4x4 c/w  ELECTRIC WINCH ONljY,  12,000 MILES.  1976 FORD F-l 50 SUPERCAB,  390V0 REAR BENCH SEAT,  C/W FORD CANOPY  1976 FORD E-100 VAN,  LINED AND INSULATED, SEMI  CAMPERIZED, CAP-  TAINCHAIRS, NEW TIRES,  ONLY 20,000 MILES,  1973 FOfcD F-250 CREW CAB,  GOOD WORK TRUCK  COPPING'S  CAR TOWN SALES LTD.  885-3515  WHARF RD��� SECHELT,  acro���� Irom Socholt Laglon  M.D.L.00623A  WANT USED rototiller, good  cond'n. 883-9163.       3411-13  For Sale  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics. 4855-tfn  LADIES, Mens. Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5. , 4457-tf  '72 HOUGH- H60 -bucket  machine, excel't cond'n  $24,000; '68 Cat 955K, ROPS  GP bucket, excel't, but needs  some running gear $16,500; '72  Cat D6C w-angle blade, brush  blade, ROPS, 3 spool winch,  excel't cond'n, -$60,000. Ph.  271-0343 or 687-2872.      3442-11  DOORS! B.C.'s Lowest  Prices! Pre-hung Interior  $15.90; solid Exterior doors  $19.00; metal insulated front  doors $59.00; keyed locks  $9.90; closet bi-fold reject  doors $1.95. Canada's largest  selection economy doors!  Walker's, 266-7211; 1366 S.W.  Marine Dr., Vancouver, V6P  5Z9. 3445-tf  Ask for the Folks who own  one...  A   Valley   Comfort   Wood  Heater ���  from  MACLEODSSECHELT    I  burns up to 12 hrs.  Lasts for Years  3243-7  LOW COST - pre-cut homes.  "Save' thousands". All  materials supplied; your plan  or ours. We deliver anywhere.  Free estimates. Royal City  Prefab. Ph. 939-9281. 524  Clarke, Coquitlam, B.C. V3J  3X2. 3446-11  >��   T__.Departmenti)L   Environment  Water Resources Service  Pollution Control Branch  APPLICATION FOR A  PERMIT UNDER THE  POLLUTION CONTROL  ACT, 1967 (Effluent)  This application is to be filed  with the Director of Pollution  Control,    Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C. Any  person who qualifies as an  objector under section 13(2) of  the Pollution Control Act, 1967  may, within 30 days of the  date of application, or within  30   days   of   the   date   of  publication   in  The   British  Columbia Gazette  or in a  newspaper, or, where service  is required, within 30 days of  _the_ serving ,of a copy of the_  application, file with the  Director an objection in  writingto the granting of a  permit, stating the manner in  which he is affected. Those  who do not so qualify may file  -with���the-iPollution���Control-  Board an objection in writing  under section 13(6), in the  same manner and time period  , as described above   1.1, Lees Bay Properties c-o  Mr. W. McKibbin, C.A., Box  373, Sechelt, B.C. hereby  apply to the Director for a  permit to discharge effluent  from a housing development  located at Irvine's Landing,  Pender Harbour. B.C. into a  ground disposal field and give  notice of my application to all  persons affected.  2 The land upon which.the  works arejocated is D.L .3923,  except Parcel A, Ref. Plan  1655, Group 1, N.W.D. and  D.L. 2011 except Parcel A,  Ref. Plan 1026, Group 1,  N.W.D.  3 The discharge shall be  located at a ground disposal  field within site.  GOOD GOAT  885-3667.  milking,  $35.  3452-11  CURED  FIREWOOD,  box  cords,    split,    stacked,  delivered. $55 full cord; $30 *k  cord. 885-0418. 3313-11  DOORS I B.C.'s lowest prices.  Pre-hung interior $15.90;  pre-hung exterior $37.00;  'fancy doors $49.00. Huge  stock! Walker's, ph. 266-7211,  1366 S.W. Marine Dr., Vancouver V6P5Z0. 3362-tf  WALNUT FINISH arborlte  dinette table & 6 padded  chairs, extends to 72", $90;  black 60" naugahyde settee,  $85,885-3873. 3343-10  R.V. RENTALS  CAMPING THE  FUN WAY  Camper Rentals  Fully Equipped & Insured. $70  per week  (whiter rates in  effect till June 1).  Book early  885-2600  ' 3408-tfn  FISHER woodburning stoves,  for sale at A.C. Rentals,  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd, 883-2585. 3217-tf  _j ___  SELKIRK INSULATED  CHIMNEYS  Best prices on Coast  MACLEODS-SECHELT  4527-tfn  4 The quantity of effluent to  be discharged is as follows:  Average annual daily  discharge (Based on  operating period) 80,000 litres  per day; Maximum daily  discharge 134,000 litres per  tday. The operating period  during which the effluent will  be discharged is continuous.  5 The characteristics of the  effluent discharged shall be  equivalent to or better than:  Total Suspended Solids - 60 mg  , per litre; Total Solids - 200 mg  Eer litre; BOD - 45 mg per  tre; pH - 8; Temperature - 60  degrees Fahrenheit.��        '  6 The type of treatment to  -be���applied-to~-the~effluent~  before.discharge is as follows:  screening, aeration, settling  ih sewage treatment plant,  discharge to ground disposal  field.  7.1, A.G. Pressley,  Secretary-Treasurer hereby  certify that a copy of this  application has been received  by the Regional District of  Sunshine Coast.  A.G. Pressley  Secretary.  Sunshine Coast Regional  District  8. This application, dated on  the 12th day Of January, 1979,  was posted on the ground in  accordance with the Pollution  Control Regulations.  SirWm.Halcrow  & Partners (B.C.) Ltd.,  1520 Pemberton Ave.,  N. Vancouver, B.C.  3401-sptpub.Feb.7,1979  > Pets  PUPPIESforBalo, nccdlonoso  Collie cross. $45.885-5705.  3344-12  CB Marine Package  Includes CR radio, V whip, P/.'  loud speaker. $134.95 (also  sold separately).  Prentis Enterprises  884-51240  5000-40  FREEZER 23 cu. ft., like new,  1 year old. 883-2598.   3380-12  . .       .      I 111!   ������.Illl . '   I   .        .1 | ' -IM.J. j_jn *  '78 YAMAHA 850 8E, lata of  extras. $2300.880-7342. 3303-  12  2 WINTER Coats, $40 ca.,slzo  30.885-9700. 3304-12  DRESS  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  "fibOfilfldlgfng  ill CPf!f!f)lif!/(llHJ  Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  Livestock  BUY YOUR polled Hereford  bull while selection Is best.  30 bulls, 20 females to sell at  0th Annual SRCL Production  Salo, February 20, 1970. Free  Delivery 2000 miles. Bulls  kept free of etarrge tmtttAprtt  1. For Information phonoJ35-  .4238 or write Summerset  Ranching Co. Ltd,. RR 1,  Dldskry, Alta. TOM 0W0.  3426-12  Woodburn Stovfti  a Fuel Ltd.  Wood ��|ovo�� by Flshar,  Lakowood, Sorforo Volloy,  Comfort and Plndlay,  Dlitributort In Woitern  Canada ol tlm Karr Scotimon  and K��rr Titan wood fired  bailor. Daalort Inquiries Invited, Northern H��aillnor and  Wood/oil furriacat, 'Intulatod  pipe, occimormi and fminflr  HO   F*ll   Av�����  North   Vancouver  9B7 0811  NOW OPEN  NEED HELP WITH  BOOKKEEPING OR INCOME TAX?  GIVE US A CALL AT  ^611-orSS6=S235  Located In Cam��o lndu��trlal Park  or write to P.O. Box 1670, Sechelt B.C.  \  \ ItHjili^  :f!S7fBOX:1007:7,7,77  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Pag  fcB-a  fbLVFRMEFRbM  ^ANC^UVER:7,  Me^mber of Multrpli^Pftln  HOMES  You and your agent  When you are searching for  a property with the assistance  of an agent, there are a few  things you can do to derive  maximum benefits.  1. At your first meeting give  him all the details of what you  want, where and why; your  financial capability; and any  special requirements the  property~must satisfy: His  selection of properties will be  based on the information you  give him. If it is incomplete or  inaccurate you could both be  wasting your time.  2. Keep appointments and be  prompt. Allow enough time to  carefully inspect the  properties you areto see with  him.  3. When you are inspecting a  house, look at it as you would  live in it, and not necessarily  as the present owner is using  it. Keep your reactions and  questions for the agent!' ��� *  4. Discuss fully your reactions  to the house and any questions  you may have about it with the  agent so he will understand  exactly what you are searching for and help you locate it  more quickly.  5. Keep your own notebook  with details on each property  you inspected on what date,  and the address. Jot down  what you liked most and least.  Review these notes with your  agent periodically.  6.When you have found the  property you want to own,  make a definite appointment  to prepare an "offer". Meet  with him and carefully review  all details and when satisfied  the "offer" contains  everything you want agreed to  by the seller, you can then  sign it. The agent will make an  appointment to present your  offer to purchase.  Although the agent is  usually- "contracted by the  vendor, a buyer can be  chauffered     to     inspect  available properties, provided  general and specific information about a community, assisted in the  securing of financing and  generally counselled and  informed.  Your  co-operation   can  enable him to do a very effective service for you ��� and  you can benefit from effective-  service.  ��� Gibsons Realty.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 1596 sq ft 5 BR  home with 3 bathrooms, partially  finished rec room; hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000,  GARDEN BAY ESTATES��� Luxurious 3 BR  cedar home, built 1975. View and many  extras. $105,000   7  GULFVIEW ROAD ��� Madeira Park,  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000. ���  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  stone fireplace, ensuite, 6 appliances.  Close to .marine. $75,000. One car taxi  business available with above for additional $10,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� Near new 3  bdrm split level. Fireplace, sundeck &  ���carport. $60,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major  appliances. $77,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  Pender Hattow Realty Ltd  FOR SALE  BY  BUILDER  Now 1200 tq ft, 3 bdrm home.  Large kitchen and living room,  utility room off kitchen, wall  to wall carpet throughout,  large lot ��� ,65 acres, partially  cleared, possible to subdivide,  road allownaco In rear.  Redrooffs Road. Asking  $43,000.  885-9793  ' HIWAY 101 AT FRANCIS PENINSULA RD.  HASLAM CREEK WATERFRONT - Over 15 acres  with 750 ft. waterfront, with cabin & oyster lease. FP $165,000  Possible terms. , ,  BUSINESS   ���   Ponderosa  Grocery   &  Drive-In   at  Garden Bay. Owner will take house in trade. Phone for particulars 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.  BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT ��� And a real bargain, It Is  with clean beach, free moorage, clams and oysters |u*t steps  away. Price just $12,000.  ONE ACRE LOTS ��� On Francis Peninsula. Privacy  plus value in this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't delay.  $15,000 each.  EXCELLENT ��� building lot. Front Road, Madeira  Park. Fully serviced, $10,300. ,  WATERFRONT LOT ��� Deep and protected moorage  In  Egmont,  Has trailer pad, septlcs and water  and  power,  $35,000.  7 ACRES ��� on Highway 101 close to Madeira Park,  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope. Asking $35,000,  PHONE 883-2794  JOHN BREEN MIKE ROSSE        JOCK HERMON  883-9978 883-9378 883-2745  LAND  SECRET COVE  3 Waterfront lots located In Secret Cove with deep water year-round moorage.  $37,000 each. Also 1/2 acre seml-waterfront from $11,500 above Bucaneer  Marina.  PRIVATE ISLAND  33 acre private island In Blind Bay, Nelson Island, $110,000 or best offer.  8 acre private Island In Blind Bay, Nelson Island, $65,000.  9 acre Island ��� beaches near Lasqueti, $110,000.  6 acre Island with cottage, $85,000.  ACREAGE  Ten acres waterfront on Rendezvous Island, $15,000.  Ten acres seml-waterfront on Lasqueti Island, $15,000.  GOWER POINT  Prime, south-facing development acreage - 12.5 acres zoned R2, $60,000.  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  Soames Mountain ��� Holding or Development - 5 acres on highway with great  view and southern exposure. $29,000 with good terms.  Call Collect - ..*yntU#n MmonRtalty.Gorp.  van wwiivvi      M12 - 566 Cardero St.,  Vancouver, B.C.  689-7556 [24 hr.]  <  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, GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR  view home, full basement built 1975/  Close to marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR split level home,  built 1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,  carport. Excellent view. Landscaped  semi-waterfront lease lot. $35,000.  w  t-V?t-'a  f"t��l-s'��'  y^l  ? .'<��*B?iisr'i ������>  PVf  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5��  acres. Fruit trees, garden. View over  lake. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. $59,000.  Garden bay estates ��� 3 br view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w , 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  '*t"v��s*#***?���&   kC-   or/  NEAR MADEIRA PARK  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4  101. $37,500.     .  ��� 2 BR home,  acre lot on Hwy  LOTS AND ACREAGE  LOTS  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $7,000-$22,om  2. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� serviced lots.  $9,000-$24,000.  3. GARDEN BAY AREA ��� view lots, on  Garden Bay estates & Sinclair Rd.  $13,500-$21,250.  4. SANDY HOOK ��� view lot on Porpoise  Drive. $10,500.  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three with lakefront. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with hydro 8 water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis. Peninsula.  $11,000-$! 2,750.  7. BARGAIN HARBOUR ��� 1.5 acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$\3,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/F In Pender Harbour,  1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F ad|olnlng above   1.224;  acres. $36,500,  3. 220�� ft low bank sheltered waterfront. 1.24 treed acres. $48,000.  SECRET COVE  Lot A on Wescan Road. Steep, but has  good building site & sheltered moorage,  On sewer system. $35,000.  ACREAGE  9. MADEIRA PARK Low priced lot on  Francis Peninsula Rd, serviced with  Hydro & water. $7,000.  ST. VINCENT BAY ��� 365�� ft waterfront;  6.71 acres, water access. $29,5Q0.  Edrl's Cove - 5.57 acres, 450�� ft  sheltered waterfront adjoining ferry  terminal. Excellent site for possible  motel, hotel, camper-trailer park.  *135,000.  ACREAGE  EGMONT 7- 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront. Site has been  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park & fishing  resort. This Is an excellent property  ad|olnlng the Egmont Marina.  $170,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate.  4, Near Ruby Lake ���  101. $25,000.  8.39 acres on Hwy  1. MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 10) with 949Jb sq ft 2 BR homo with  carport. Drilled well. $39,500,  2. GIBSONS ��� 8,75 acres level farm  land on Pratt Road with older home,  barn and storage shed. $55,500,  3. RUBY LAKE ��� 5+ treed acros, close  to public lake access. $19,800,  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acres,  2150�� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  6. Kielndale ��� 23.7 acres, some merchantable timber. Lots of trees for  building a log house. $50,000,  7. Francis Peninsula ��� l,8:fc acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  0. KLEINDALE ��� 16�� acres, with creek,  across Hwy 101 from Pender Harbour'  Socondary School. $80,000.  9. WARNOCK ROAD ��� level lot, almost  one acre. Good soil, selectively cleared,  $24,000,  ,0fr':'i  ���.w.ifav$pr :  y^*k3&^  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY  Doautlful 10,75�� acre island In Jervis Inlet with numerous good building  sltos, excellont sheltered moorage and several coves. Well (rood with fir,  cedar, arbutui ��� some merchantable tlmbor. Oyster bed, Only 15 mlni>tos  ride by fast boat from Earli Cove or Egmont. $120,000.  I  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY  i  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  n   Jn00:*-�� I i  iHH'iiJI lLJf|  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant store bldg,  ad|oinlng living quarters, One acre with  104' frontage on Madeira Pork Rd,  Zoned R3, $93,000.  OARDEN BAY ��� spacious 3 BR home on  1,16 acres on Claydon Road, On 95 �� tl  waterfront with Hoat and boathouso,  ��J3Q,QQ0.     ��� ,..,.,.,,. ,.��� ,.,..,...���..  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 5 BR home, full  basement, 1997 sqft on main floor, Built  1976. Separate 700 sq ft workshop. On  , 122 �� choice waterfront lot with ramp 4  float. $180,000.  DAN WILEY. Re*. 883-9149  OL.LI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  wr  I PageiHv\ .7 .ThePentasite'j^es.  Wednesday, February 7, 1079  i:  George Townsend 885-3345  Doug Joyce 885-2761  Bob Bull 885-2503  Jack Anderson   885-2053  Stan Anderson  885-2385  REALTY LTD.  WEST SECHELT: 9.5 acres of good farm land.  Has new 4bdrm 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.  '  -88532flr  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt   ,  Vancouver Toll Free; 684^8016  i#5?  NEW YEAR;S~SPECIAL - SECHELT VILLAGE:  Reduced $2,000 for immediate sale.  Compare other homes offered in Village  and buy this. It's the lasj of the'bargafns. 3_  bedrms, 1150 sq ft, fireplace' deluxe  carpets and fixtures. Sliding door to patio &  workshop. Large laundry room, close to  boat launch. ONLY $41,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: 3 bedroom home on 1.67  acres. Spacious open plan of 1320 sq. ft. Has  ensuite off master bedrm. Home has family  room and ^utility. Reduced drastically in  price for immediate sale. FP $48,000.   '  6-f ACRES ON REID ROAD: Mostly cleared,  some fruit trees and yr round creek.  Property mostly fenced, front yard land-,  scaped and in lawn. House is very large  2300 sq ft, 2 fps, several sets of plumbing.  Kitchen & , LR have been completely  remodelled. South slope, all usable land. FP  $85,000."  ROBERTSvCREEKj: Brand new 3 bedrm home.  .Immediate possession ���pick your own  ) carpets. Try your offer to $46,000.  WEST SECHELT: 900 sq ft 2 bedr home on a  lot that is 62x205'. Needs some minor  repairs and landscaping. Priced to sell  immediately at $33,900  WEST SECHELT: Almost new 1136 sq. ft 3  bedroom���home,���Excellent���construction-  featuring wood ceilings, skylights in bath  room and entry and large private sundeck  ' in area of new homes. Basement has  ��� laundry, -workshop- and-rec- room. Level,  treed lot on sewer. Asking $59,000.  PENDER HARBOUR:  unique home far value S location. 2800 sq<ft  with breathtaking view. Decor includes  original murals, sunken gold bathtub &  extensive cedar work. Double windows  throughout and easy to heat. FP $72,000.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ��� Sechelt Village  ��� Fully rented mostly on lease. Shows good  return on investment. Opportunity to invest  in this growing community. Details to  bonafide purchaser. Asking $120,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 3'bdrm modular home.  864 sq ft. Near new on clear garden lot.  Walk to shops. Price includes stove, fridge,  washer, dryer dnd is completely furnished.  Must be sold. Excellent buy at $36,900.  REDROOFFS: New waterfront 3 bdrm home  with expansive view of Georgia Strait and  Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel "Shaw" fireplace & skylight.  Treed lot. Priced at only $67,500.  CLOSE -TO BEACH HALFMOON BAY: 4  bedrm (one in bsmt) home on large lot close  to beach, boat launching, schools and store.  -l/50th interest in waterfront lot. Carport,  sundeck, landscaping done. Owner must  sell, bring offer to $45,000.  WATERFRONT WEST SECHELT: Pebble beach  with your own road right to water. 3  bedrms, 3 complete bathrooms, recreation  room, wine cellar and lots of extras. View  from all living areas. One of the better  waterfront homes on the coast.  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with modern 3  bedroom basement home. Oil fired hot  water heating, two fireplaces, rec room and  many other features. Approx. 1 1/2 acres  cleared and in lawn with fruit trees and  shrubs, excellent soil. FP $68,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Walk to shopping. Large  kitchen with lots of cupboards, utility room,  two bedrooms, carport, level lot. $46,000-  SECHELT J/ILLAGE: Comfortable single  bedroom home, ideal for starter or  unent. Good size living room with  Franklin. 7x14'greenhouse and large steel  shed. Vendor would consider carrying 1st or  A/S @ current interest rates. Asking  $33,000.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 3 bedroom full  basement home on a large landscaped lot,  lots of sundeck dn the south west side. The  home also has a extra large attached  double garage with direct entry to the  basemerit. ~Rec~T66m and^bedroorri ifT  basement are basically finished. FP  $65,900.  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedrm with finished  basement in area of new homes.' Features  include large kitchen S nook, fireplace,  basement flue for stove, finished rec room  in basement, carport, sundeck and a level  edsy to landscape yard. Priced right at  $54,900.  ��t.  VZ&  mm  HAVE MOVED TO  WEST SECHELT: Spanish split level home,  near new wjth all the extra features.  Double carport, workshop, 3 baths, 4  bedrms, 2 fireplaces, bay window and a  formal dining area. Good level lot affords a  view from the 2nd floor. Tile roof. 2288 sq ft  at only $72,500.  ���*���*��� .:*.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Surf Circle. 5 bdrms (2 In  bsmt). Home has 2 fireplaces, heatilator In  bsmt bdrm, 2 baths, rec rm, lge laundry &  workshop. HOme has shake roof, concrete  driveway, c'port & large sundeck. Landscaping mostly done, Many more extras.  Close to schools & shopping. FP .$54,900.  RtDRuOrro RANCH INC-  SUBDIVISION  y /  To a larger, more central premises���  to better serve, our  /C  'MXte>*<,<A/J $:����!*  ^   Af    ���/ >   4*     1^'  '4.'*.  U Jfo$$$gx  LOOK FOR US AT OUR NEW LOCATION  HOMES  SELMA PARK: 2 bdrm part basement home on a large view site.  Home is near new and in excellent condition. Wrap around sundeck  and double carport. Basement is finished, FP $54,500.  REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd.,  build on. Beautiful evergreens.  $11,000.  125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  Priced  for  immediate  sale  at  SEMI-RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS.  Both of these sites are ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  & 12 dryers in one location. 7 dryers and 14 washers in 2nd location.  All equipment in top condition. Stores are clean and newly  decorated. Gross revenue approx $2,800 per month. For further  information call J. Anderson or Bob Bull 885-3211, Vane. 684-8016.  UPPER ROBERTS CREEK: 10 acres of land, 4000 sq ft building with 3  bdrm near-new home of 2376 sq ft aluminum clad, fully insulated  building.'Building is all wired for 220 power and could have many  uses. Concrete floor, clear span. FP $89,900.  LOTS  SECHELT WATERFRONT: Two lots on Boulevard St. 70' x 129'. Each  treed & sewered. Asking $40,000 per lot.  DAVIS BAY MOTEL: 10 s.c. units plus owner's home. 4 lots fronting  on Highway 101 & beach. 351.47' frontage. Large workshop &  storage. Selling under assessed value. $225,000. Terms.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 860 sq ft 2 bdrm home with appliances. All  wall to wall carpet. Cozy & inexpensive to heat. Concrete driveway  and parking slab. Fir Road location. FP $43,500, terms.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  roadfrontage. Excellent buys at full price $15.000 each.  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroom  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. Not stairs, electric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid lease has 19 years to  ,.ryn. FP $32,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x 105', close to beach access.  Property is sloping to the south. Paved road. Asking $15,000.  REDROOFFS AREA: Approx one treed acre. 99' on Redrooffs Rd.  Close to beach and boat launch. Fully serviced. FP only $10,500.  ACREAGE  WATERFRONT ACREAGE: 1.47 acres of wooded parkland with 104'  of frontage on Howe Sound. The site is gently sloping and provides  a spectacular view of the channel between Bowen and Gambler  Islands. Priced at $40,000.  DAVIS BAY VIEW LOT: Easy terms ��� 20%, down & the balance  over easy payments on this southern exposure view lot. Excavation  and clearing have been done. FP $11,750.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.      "  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  APPROXIMATELY 5 ACRES: Treed, gentle, southerly slope. 260'  highway frontage. Some merchantable timer. Handy location, close  to Joe Road. FP $31,000.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready tor  building. Owner will trefde as part down payment on home. Value  $11,560.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail Island. FP $15,500.  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE: 3 bedrm,  1400 sq ft full basement home with  spacious llvlng-dlnlng room. Fireplaces up &  down plus extra flue in basement. Open  staircase to rec room, extensive cedar work  inside and good kitchen cupboards. Large  c'port With storage & 22x45' swimming  pool. Approx 3 acres landscpaed lawn.  Orchard, fishpond, year round creek,  garden, greenhouse & complete privacy. FP  $91,000.  BUSINESS BLOCK  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with an excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at very little extra. v  WILSON CREEK: On Browning Rd, a 75 x 158' view lot only 300' from  beach, road access. This lot is partially cleared and fenced, ready to  build on. A quiet street close to all facilities. One of a kind at  $16,900.    ������������'���  GOING CONCERN with a good gross, This block will return a good  solid 10% on Invested capital. 3 suites, a restaurant and a dry  cleaners as tenants. Low maintenance. Have access. Some room for  expansion.'    SELMA PARK: Prime building lot I Over 150' road frontage. Large  enough to assure privacy. FP $18,500.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 80 x 414' ��� Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevision, hydro. FP $26,500.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 4 Commercial lots, Get them before the prices  rise again I Located on the proposed Toredo Street main .highway  development. Will be on sewer soon, $125,000. v'  REM.   LOT   A  ?8I2   na  REDROOFFS: Large lot, 80 x 256', some trees, southern exposure on  Cooper Road. Reduced to $7,000 for quick sale.  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  sell at $8,050 & $8,150. Owner will look at reasonable offers to  these low prices, '  /fi.-s.Juor/M  \  x  ourf  X      tt$'ir'40'       t  ra��s  /*  <k  i  in  - f /**il  I  i,,0o i<) up /too      *r    *-\     ~  m_rTt        \  ROAD  *8  if)  C  ��!���  \v�� *:* * ��>  t ��.�����    - ������.**    -5     Ul ,        K^J  'o  tf  I  1OI>0\'  48  n��  .-.* w  /  29  >  ��*?_%  A  /  /  y  ' ^V  30  yS  /��������� I,1 10'  ,-������< #��...��   &  'K'  T"  i  *�� Comment by Mackenzie ML A Don Lockstead  Wednesday, February 7,1979 The Peninsula Times Page B-5  How to sell B.C,? Let us count tfr^ ways  The disclosure last week that a massive, Canadian Pacific over control of Mac-  sellout of B.C. industry to foreign.cor-   Millan Bloedel.  ; .  porations is underway came only a few       Was the dispute for real or was it a  -days after Jme-muehJpublicizedr-fight��� sham?-  between the B.C.  government  and  cases the effect could be to threaten Jobs  as foreign companies buy to sit on future  resource deposits.  ���Yet^BQl l^nnettTievef^JecCearnw'  MORE ABOUT.-  With all six of his press secretaries deed, his own cabinet approved the sales,  working overtime, Bill Bennett took on the go we ^ j,ack to the original question:  CP giant,- chargingttatralthough^^  ��� A fine line  --From_Editoriai Page  -murder -chargerthe~nran-who-preached  revolution, now preaches ��� complete with  conservative business suit ��� the gospel  according to Born Again Christianity..  But regardless of how the 'Seventies  appear to be, there are philosophical  undercurrents running through these  years which link them in ah intimate bond  with the previous decade.  It was in the Sixties that people began  to question the validity of careers. Why do  one thing you entire working life? Why not  vary occupations as the need and the  . occasion arise. Sure, it means leading a  more transient life than a permanent job  entails, but that transience can be quite-  attractive. A person can live in different  ^environments, be.they cities or. countries,  ..urban or, rural. Change, can. be, very  ___, stimulating ;_it_ (Mn^elp_transf6riii.���;a  stagnant brain into a productive and  creative one.  And then there is marriage. That, institution does seem to be threatened by  this transience because the shifts in setting expose one to a greater variety of  situations and people. It is often more  difficult for couples to remain together, if  _ their, environments frequently���change  than if they are more permanently settled  1 in a domicile they have mutually chosen.  Yet if marriages fail because partners  cannot successfully adapt together, then  perhaps that is a statement on  the feasibility of a perennial mate.  So architects become sculptors,  sculptors become loggers, loggers become  fishermen, and fisherman become architects. Versatility breathes life into  performance. People discover'that they  thrive in a field which would never have  received consideration from them twenty  years ago. At that time, it would have been  virtually unthinkable to leave security for  the unknown. That is the lesson which we  have learned from the Sixties. We don't  have to be afraid of change. In fact, it may  be our savior.  already have considerable interest in MB,  they could have no more because they are  Easterners and MB must be controlled by  British Columbians. "B:C. is not for sale,^  me-premier:said.���At last-the-CP giant-  backed down and Bennett appeared the  victor.  But within hours of that victory, Dave  Barrett called a press conference in  Victoria and revealed the sale.of B.C.  industry to foreign ownership since the  election of Bill Bennett as premier has  been accelerating at an explosive rate. In  1976 there were nine sales of B.C. companies to foreign owners; in 1977 there  were 26 such sales and in 1978, 39 such  sales. All of these occurred with the approval of the provincial cabinet;and in  some cases the provincial government  actually talked the federal, government  into approving the sales after the federal *  Foreign Investment Review Agency had  objected to them. -   These^aleslnyolvedjalarge number x>f-  respurce industries and, several, of the  deals included tracts of forest land as well  as coal ahd petroleum licenses. In all, 4,500  B.C. jobs were affected by the sales.  So while Bill Bennett was objecting to  CP taking further control of MB, he had no  objection to companies like Ruhrkohle AG  of West Germanybuying Emkay Canada  Natural Resources Ltd. along with 42 coal  licenses in the Elk River Valley. And when  the Louisiana-Pacific Corporation of the  U.S.A. wanted to buy Salmo Forest  Products over the initial objections of the  federal government,  Bennett's  own  ��� government had no objections whatsoever. Two of the companies that were  sold to foreign owners were actually sold  by the government itself. Yes, the  government that believes B.C. is not for  sale actually sold Gray Line Ltd. of Victoria to a Seattle company and Panco  Poultry to a Chicago company. v  In none of the 74 cases of sales to  foreign owners disclosed by Barrett did  the sale represent investment for new  industry. There was no case where more  jobs were created, and in some of the  shares for real or was it a sham?  ^Clo&euse^ _  logging Feb. 1  Close utilization standards in timber  harvesting will be reinstated��� the coastal  region of B.C. commencing February 1.  In making the announcement, W.G.  Bishop, assistant deputy minister (timber  and range management) for the ministry  of forests, explained the sales outlook for  pulp and paper products is showing continuing improvement and "demand for  other forest products continues strong."  ' "And further," he said, "because of  scertani provisions in the province's new.  forest act, it is essential that we establish a  single set of standards for the coast by  which-to judge utilization performance."  ~7lfe s_d~trfese ^  th4 principles of close utilization, noting  also that "high waste levels complicate  silviculture! practices."  Areas logged prior to February 1 in  keeping with previously elected standards  will be exempted from the new close  utilization standards; and regional  managers will be empowered to vary  standards where conditions warrant such  action.  Bishop said the coast utilization  standards would be reviewed again when  new log grades become effective and  cruising programs are revised . . .  developments expected by mid-1979.  Bodycheck:  Too fat? Too thin? Too tired?  Too often? Do something for  somebody...  Your body!  Fitness is fun.  Try some. PBRVClPaCTian  'cnon>A**.  QnMfc  m  21  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-3271  LANGDALE AREA  SECHELT  WITHERBY BEACH $29,500  Waterfront cabin: Beautiful 2 bedroom A-frame, not completely  finished. Deep water moorage, lots of privacy. Chuck Dowman,  885-9374.  *��*���?!*.  ���ravrt  LANGDALE -$54,000  Large spacious 2 bedroom home on  85x165' lot. Large Kitchen, dining  room, sundeck, carport, 2 fireplaces,  2 bathrooms, finished basement.  Price includes fridge, stove, washer  and dryer, Larry Reardon 885-3924.  *T��J��*W  SECHELT VILLAGE: 3 bdrm sparkler,  Charming & immaculate w-dinlng rm  PJ^and   kitchen   eating   space,   cozy  1 ^fireplace   &   carpeted   throughout.  \ Only 1  yr old and already has a  1ST ARTER SPECIAL  YMCA RD $49,500  A great family home, neat as��a pin,  and spacious. 3 bedroom home large  LR with fireplace, close to ferry. It has  an attractive' kitchen dining room  area. Carport and outside storage  space. Larry Reardon 885-39,24.  GIBSONS AREA  SARGENT ROAD $13,900  Magnificent ocean view lot. Fully serviced, on sewer. 65 x 110'.  Close to ail amenities. Builder's terms available. Larry Reardon,  885-3924  ROBERTS CREEK  WATERFRONT LOT $82,500  135' of level waterfront .6 aero In lawn and shade trees. Wator  and hydro to lot, excellent swimming beach,' probably the host  waterfront lot available on the coast today. Owner may carry  part balance, phone Chuck Dowman 885-9374  UP �� DOWN DUPLEX $49,500  Large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101. Vendor will consldor  .offers. Id Baker, 885-2641.  $42,500  Spotless 2 bdrm homo In secluded area, family size kitchen with  soparate dining room, Flreplaco In 20' LR with new'wall to wall.  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  SANDY HOOK  HOUSE OP QUALITY "       v$85,000  One of the most hroathtaking views In the peninsula, Mcrln floor  ,,   cen��IMf,,9Uar.fla JLR_^ cppm,,  kitchen and master bedroom with olllco or den *rtsuite,, and  attractive bathroom. Out of grounds lowor floor has rec room  with fireplace 3 bedrooms, full bathroom, laundry and storage,  w/w throughout. A home of truly superior construction. Must bo  soon to be appreciated, phone Ed Baker 885-2641  BAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD $39,900  Everything Is oversized In this largo  mobile, with approx 1300 sq ft floor  aroa, Joined undor one root aro  72x12 and 36x12 units, creating  amplo space for a roc room largo  ;7.'i>C*.'f .'rt      /*i   t'onough to house a pool table,  3  bedrooms,   largo   sundeck   and   a separate garage. (30x16)  Priced to  soil. Larry Reardon 085-3924,  CAS Y TERMS $1,000 DOWN  $173 por month buys you a terrific largo vlow lot. Ideal rock  outcrop to build on, storage shod on property. FP $13,500, C,  Dowman, 803-9374,  ...WATPRf?P!ffi|OT/yj||vy,ioT ��ia,3oo�� fe.soo  At Sandy Hook wo havo this 100'+ waterfront lot, close to road  ' and ad|olnlng with an excellent view lot that lies next to B.T,  Larry Reardon 005-3924  TUWANEK  ..~ UJStMWL..,,.,,.,,, ���,���.. __ _���  Offers ��� 15.000  Only half block to marina, Lovol, treed lot with wator ft hydro.  Loti of-privacy. Chuck Dbwtoan, BB5-9374       *"  '  bountiful   garden  with  fruit   trees.  Priced to sell fast at $46,900.  Phone Chuck Dowman 885-9374  $29,500  Renovated 2 storey home. Good size kitchen with dining area, 1  bedroom on main floor, 2 children's rooms up. 1 block to water,  "New wall to wall throughout. Chuck Dowman 885-9374.  WEST SECHELT  '      "' -    .-m\%.\*  VALUE, VALUE, VALUE $57,000 |  Everywhere you look there is value  In this truly beautiful home.    Cathedral entrance, 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, large rec room,  workrfeom plus one bedroom suite downstairs. Nicely landscaped and the price has been reduced to $57,000. Larry  Reardon 885-3924  1/2 ACRE LOT $13,600  Cleared and  ready to build on.  Serviced,   Including  cable.  Nlckerson Road, Ed Baker 885-2641.  $18,500  1.17 acres, nicely treed, gentle slop* to SW, will have a good  view when some treos corno down, Ed Baker 885-2641  RARE 26 ACRES Asking $62,000  Only 5 minutes west of Sechelt. High and dry, mostly treed,  Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  $56,600  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 yrs built,  Large LR 20x20 with fireplace, open beam ceilings, DR, family  kitchen. All bdrms large, master ensuite, w/w throughout, Large  workshop at rear. Floor aroa 1584 sq. ft, Ed Baker, 885-2641.  REDROOFFS/ HALFMOON BAY AREA  dB����_M��leie_eemo-��-o-oooi����o-^^ ��� ���"'������   ���'  REDROOFS $12,500  Nor Wost Bay Rrf. wooded lot, 150 x 70, zoned R2, trailers  allowed. Sign on, 885-264) Ed Baker.'  WELCOME WOODS $9,750  Two extra large lots, 125x200, serviced with hydro and wafer.  Larry Reardon 885-3924.  $13,500  Beautiful 1/2 aero lot loaded with trees on blacktop road, with  hydro and wator. Larry Reardon 885-3924  HALF ACRE LOT $15,000  Large treed lot at tho corner of Redrooffs Road and tho road to  Sargqnt Bay, Sorvlcod with hydrp.and wator, Larry Roardon, 883-  3924. '  PENDER HARBOUR AREA  MONEY MAKER $35,000  2 yr old 3 bedroom full bsmt home on one acre, Live In while you  do tho finishing, Chuck Dowman, 805-9374.  GARDEN BAY ROAD $22,500  Rock bluff building site on this 3,5 acre wooded property, would  provide terrific vlow over pasture land, All-year stream. Easy  , terms available. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374,  BAROAIN HARBOUR LOT , $22,500  Seml-waterfront property, |ust across the Narrows Bridge qnd  facing Bargain Harbour. Treed and good for building on, with  |ust the road between you and tho wator. Larry Reardon, 003-  3924,  COMMERCIAL  wm���mmmmm���mmmMmmmmmmmlMMM���m  HIGHWAY 101, COMMERCIAL C2  , Corner of Airport Road  SHOPPING CENTRE POTENTIAL  Lot 4, Cornor lot 1.883 acres, price $123,000  Lot a. Inside lot 1.77B acres, price $73,000  -"KIT"  IB  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  VANCOUVER  TOLL FREE  ^NB UND DEVELOPMEfJi^U^ 682-1513  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANCING.REAL ESTATE CONSULTING.APPRAISALS^NOTARY PUBLIC  ANNOUNCEMENT  lITETtrALTWOVELTr ~  Now Located At  SUNNYCREST SHOPPING CENTRE  Next To The Royal Bank  Call Our Office For Any Of Your Real Estate Needs  Conveyancing- Real Estate Consulting- Appraisals- Notary Public  HOMES  LOOKOUT AVE: Near new three bedroom  home in good condition on large view lot in  new sub-division just past the Sunshine  Coast Arena in Sechelt. Boating facilities  close by. Owner is transferred and you may  have immediate possession. $51,900.  MALAVIEW RD: Quality built three bedroom  jancKstyle home on treed landscaped lot in  area of new homes. Located on quiet cut-de-  sac providing safety for children and pets.  The home is in immaculate condition and  features separate dining room, wall to wall  carpeting, spacious kitchen, utility room  and double windows. Easy walk to  elementary school. $45,900.  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Large three  bedroom home with finished heatilator  fireplaces up and down. Situated on approximately 1/3 of an acre on a no through  road. Neatly landscaped arid nicely treed.  Rec room roughed in with finished  bathroom downstairs. Double windows  throughout. Excellent family home.  $57,900.  FIRCREST RD: Three bedroom home in quiet  rural sub-division surrounded by ALR  properties on all sides. One mile from  schools and shopping. Large open  livingroom with fireplace. The full basement  has a finished fireplace for your rec room  ideas. $49,900.  FAIRVIEW & PRATT ROAD: Excellent starter  or retirement home. This nicely appointed  single bedroom home features a large  livingroom with cozy brick fireplace. Many  wood feature walls. Property is nicely  landscaped and completely fenced.. Large  carport with storage shed at rear. Some  appliances included. $32,900.  ROSAMUND-RDr-Safewcry-Ooublewide-on-  fuliy landscaped lot_on Rosamund Road,  Separate .garage and metal storage shed.  Lots of shrubs with bark mulch. Good  vegetable patch. This is an extremely well  ^Br^HJnrt-^-^^U^r��-^hVP^^if4es4Gr--no^^���rr4-  livlng. $39.,900.  DAVIDSON RD: Lovely new three bedroom  home in Langdale Ridge, 1236 square feet  upstairs. All large rooms. Double windows  throughout, sundeck and. full unfinished  basement. Situated on nearly 1/2 acre 90.x  200 with private access road. All this and a  beautiful velw of Keats Island and  surrounding waters. $53,900.  UPLANDS RD: Tuwanek. Ideal recreation lot  in beautifully wooded and park like setting;  Zoned for trailers. This lot overlooks Sechelt  Inlet and the Lamb Island. $8,900.  POPLAR LANE: Three bedrooms, master  has, ensuite. Nice bright kitchen. No need  for a second car in this convenient location.  $47,500.  WHARF ROAD: Executive home. Large  Spanish style home. Deluxe in every  respect. Finished on two floors^vith quality  workmanship and materials. Large sundeck  and carport plus separate heated double  garage. Large lot mostly landscaped. A  bargain at  $90,000  FAIRVIEW ROAD: Ranch style home on 1/2  acre. Nice setting with glimpses of the  ocean through the trees. Tastefully  decorated with large rooms. Master  bedroom is 16 x 11 including ensuite. Room  for full-sized dining suite! Living room has  large antique brick fireplace and sundeck is  full length of house. $57,500. -  GOWER POINT ROAD: Terrific location on  high side just before Head Road. Three  large bedrooms, two with wajk-in closets.  Dining area will take large table. Two  bathrooms. Large entertainment sized  sundeck. Lot approximately 98 x 168'.  $57,500.   , ,���.���.���.���    i  GRANDVIEW RD: Large family home on  quiet no-through street. Has fireplace  upstairs & Earth stove down. Three  bedrooms on main floor and one bedroom  suite in basement. Full basement with rec  room and utility. Master bedroom has full  four piece ensuite. Large 13 x 20 sundeck,  yard is landscaped & has concrete driveway.  $59,900.  "6RANDVIEW RD (Off Pine): Lovely 3  bedroom ranch style home situated or.  secluded and fully landscaped 1/2 acre.  Southern exposure combines privacy with  "viewofGeorgiffStralt SVanlslandrHuge -  carport allows for easy addition of a family  room   &   still   leaves  a  carport.   Sundeck  accessed   from    living    room   &   master  bedroom. Floor to ceiling cut rock fireplace,  ���thermopdne , windows,���winding���eonerete-  driveway & many other features. $63,500.  COCHRANE RD*�� Six bedrooms, four  bathrooms, large livingroom with fireplace  and kitchen on full basement with unfinished rec room. Hot water heat. Two  sundecks. A" hardwood floors. On 67 x 172  lot only two blocks from the ocean. This  house requires some finishing and can be  yours for $55,000.  JOHNSON & FORBES:  Langdale. New out of the ordinary rancher  on 79 x 135 lot. Featuring livingroom,  dining rooom, three bedrooms, family room  and utility. Garage, fireplace. Very attractive and practical floor plan. $48,500.  NORTH FLETCHER: Young three bedroom  home. 1-1/2 bathrooms. Living room with  Franklin fireplace. Large eating area &  some view. $45,900.  CRUCIL RD: Bright and spacious three  bedroom family view home in excellent  condition located within easy walking  distance to schools and shops. Large kitchen  with built-in dishwasher and indirect  lighting. Two fireplaces. Huge recreation  room. Lots of extra space in daylight  basement for den or extra bedroom and  workshop. $58,900.  DAVIS & SHAW ROAD: A Gold Medallion  four bedroom family home. Three levels of  .luxurious living. Four bedrooms, two  bathrooms, two hot water tanks. Family  room, rec room and utility. Double glazed  windows and separate entrance to  basement. $57,000.  NORTH ROAD: Immaculate 1974 Neonex  mobile home set up on landscaped 50' x  139' pad in Comeau Trailer Court. $12,900.  CHAMBERLIN RD: Executive home on  acreage over 2100 square feet of floor  area. Two fireplaces, formal living room  and dining room. Family room and eating  area. Double attached garage all on 4.38  acres!Jrrepldcable at $97,500.  ROBERTS CREEK: A short drive through parklike area then over your own creek and  behold a two bedroom home nestled on the  "^ldgV6l^pprbxtmately~twb~dcre^clearing in  pasture and gardens with sunny south  slope. Wooded area to west rounds out the  total of 5 acres. One of a kind offered at  $80,000.  I  I  LOTS  LANGDALE RIDGE: Nice water view from  this bargain priced lot. $8,950.  WAKEFIELD RD: Good building lot on water  and power overlooking Georgia Strait and  the Trail Islands, This Is a corner lot In a  newly built up area. $12,500,  McCULLOUGH RD: Wilson Crook. Close to  one acre of treed property with sub-dlvlslon  possibilities. $22,500.  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Gibsons. With  waterfront as scarce as It Is this double use  lot represents real value. $33,000,  GOWER PT. RD. AT 14th: Nearly 1/2 acre of  view property, Approximately 80' x 250'. R2  zoned with 2 distinctive building sites, Local  by-laws allow 2 dwellings on this property.  Partially cloarod. Closed to Gibson* and  close to the beach. $16,900,  UCI  ~m~  ��.fi  Ml.  -..,.l_.|UI,.  f  u>  Revenue Lot 4 $4,000 P.A,  timnmnr tot 3* ���!,#��& F.A.  \  We're the Neighborhood Professionals.  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lots  40 x 150 each. One lot has a cottage which  | x:ould bo rented. Those lots aro mostly  j cloarod and ready for building, A spectacular view of the entire Bay area and  Koats Island. $27,500,  GRANDVIEW & PRATT: Building lot In a fasf  I growing aroa. Approximate size Is 146 x  | 141 x 74 x 125, Present all offers on tho  asking price of $11,500.  MAPLE RQAD;,?7 of an acroon Maple Road  (drive down Pine Road). Southern exposure  with water and island view. $19,000,  SAMRON: Wost Sechelt, 75 x 150 nicely  treed lot on quiet dead end street. Could  have a good view In near future. $10,500  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of an aero with a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge, This lot  has a small creek on the very back of tho  property. All now. homos In this aroa.  $14,900.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  beach. Ful| vlow of tho Inlet, Plpod community wator avallablo, $9,900.  PRATT RD: Near Codor Grove School. This  lot Is cleared and ready to build on, Mature  fruit treos dot this 76x 125'lot. $13/500.  COCHRANE RDi Good building lot 65 x 130.  Closo to shopping and tho ocean, Sower  easement of 10' on s.o, side of tho lot,  $12,500.  PRATT ROAD: Hobby Farm. 2 bedroom  home with all appliances, ready for you to  move In. Although the horses do not go, the  3-stall barn 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.  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100x250 lot on the  south side of Southwood Road. Create your  own estate on this half acre. $10,500.  ELPHINSTONE AVE: $1,000,000 view.  Located on Elphinstone Avenue at Granthams, Has lane at back. Suit two storey  home with level entry at front. $9,500.  SMITH ROAD: Good view lot 125 x 165 with  a good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view. $14,500.  POPLAR LANE: Good building lot on qulot  street. Closo to shopping and schools. All  services Including sawor. $13,500.  HOPKINS LANDING: View lot c/w 5 x I'2'  Insulated shod, has'cfiomlcal tollot. You can |  live on lot while building homo to suit,  Offers to $12,500.    r  SMITH ROADi 170 x 127 lot with terrific  view of tho ocoan. Good building site on  slightly sloping land. $14,500,  ACREAGE  SCHOOL RDt Throe vlow bis 73 x 110, On  sower. Throe blocks from schools and  ���hopping contro. Cloarod for building,  $16,000 each.  SMITH ROADi Cloarod vlow lot closo to ferry  terminal and ocoan vlow, Triangular shaped  lot with good building site, $14,000.  ChtKYL ANNE PARK RDi Roberts Crook.  Laroo Ibf with baautlful tr#et and wine  view on qulot cul-de-sac In aroa of fine  homos, Before you decide too this attractive  low priced property, Owner will consldor  terms. $12,500.  PORPOISE DRIVE SANDY HOOK; largo lot  approximately 122 x 111 with 34 x 140  panhandle antranco, Nlco lovol building  site, Excellent view. ONLY 40 FEET FROM  THE, WATER, You, must soe this lot to fully  appreciate tho value, $12,000,  SOAMES POINT) Vlow lot on Marino Drive  south of Soamos Road, Landscaped In front,  llko Stanloy park In back. $10,300.        CHASTER ROAD: Nicely treed building lot In  aroa of now homos. Size 67 x 123, $9,900,  NORTH ROAD: 3,4 park llko acros, Access  from sldo road will secure privacy. Nicely  treed. Closo to tho village. $29,900.  ��  '  GIBSONS: 4.6 acres of excellent holding  property closo to Soames Point. Partially  cloarod, Try your offtr��. $27,900,  MAHAN ROAD: Acreage next to village  boundary, 2,16 acros of newly subdivided  land Itcated on Mahan Road, Property has  several springs on It and Is fairly lovol.  Offers to $38,000.  MASKELl ROAD: 1,44 acres of subdlvldablo  property on Maskoll Road and Lowor  Roberts Crook Road, Zoning allows for 1/2  aero avorago. This It a qulot rural area onlr  3 miles from Olbsoni, $19,900,  H    10ARIEGIRARD  B       886-7760  ���\.H��.��H__nH����������....H....HHn.  JONMcRAE  885-3670  ANNEGURN.V  886-2164  CHRIS KANKAINEN  $95-3545  ARNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  MYVISSER  885-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-80110  .f'  * ly^^Sl^^ge^iflilim^  WMiaAWWM^~M^:t^i:i  ���:(��$:  We Are As Close As Your Phone  Coast to Coast  ��� Y*  4faiuv689-5838 (24 hrs.)  AGENCIES LTD.  BOX 128  Sechelt  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  STOP THE PRESS  HOLD EVERYTHING  SAVE YOUR NUMBERED CARD.  JOHN R. GOODWIN SAYS  -*���  1. SHOP AT CAMPBELL'S DEPARTMENT STORE.  2. "NEIL CAMPBELL WANTS TO SELL MERCHANDISE &  HE MEANS SELL!  3. IF YOU HAVE A CARD, YOU ARE ENTITLED TO 10% OFF  REGULARLY PRICED MERCHANDISE UNTIL NEIL'S  THERMOMETER HITS THE TOP.  4. NEIL HAS PICKED SEVERAL NUMBERS AS HE WANTS TO  GIVE SOMEONE WHO SHOPS AT HIS STORE, WITH A CARD,  A COLOR TELEVISION. BE SURE TO REGISTER WHEN IN  NEIL'S STORE.  5. NONE OF THE ABOVE AFFECTS THE WINTER MERCHANDISE  WHICH NEIL IS PRACTICALLY GIVING AWAY FOR 50% OFF.  6. MAKE YOUR WAY NOW TO CAMPBELLS WITH-  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. NUMBERED CARD.  LET YOUR FINGERS  DO THE WALKING...  Through the Pages of Our  FREE CATALOGUE  CALL US NOW AND ONE OF OUR KNOWLEDGABLE  REPRESENTATIVES WILL DELIVER ONE TO YOU  ANYWHERE ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  JOHN R. GOODWIN-  HAVE  YOUR CARD? YET?  WHEH YOU JAVE ITISAVE  DO YOU NEED A NUMBERED CARD, HAVE ANY  QUERIES, OR IF YOU HAVE A BUYING OR  SELLING REAL ESTATE PROBLEM  PHONE JOHN R. GOODWIN,  OR DON HADDEN 885-2235  FOR THE ANSWERS.  f  '\  THE NUMBER  ill nuncitiD���it  We Are As Close As Your  885-2235 (fij not  tu'  Vane. 689-5838 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  CONVENIENT ACREAGE #4068  Only a short distance In off Hwy 101 on Redrooffs Road and  overlooking Sargeant Bay. Thl. 4.94 acre parcel offers'Interesting possibilities with merchantable timber and good  view locations for homesltes, Hydro, water and phone to the  road. Vendor will take $15,000 down on the $35,000 asking  price with terms arranged on the balance. BERT WALKER, '  865-2235 (24 hrs.)  BIG DIG VIEW LOT #3759  169 feet on Chapman Rd, Big unspoiled view of wator. Also  access from bottom lano, 102 feet, Full Davis Bay servlcos  and offers to $14,550. PETER SMITH, 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  SMALL HOUSE SMALL PRICE #4036  Beautiful ocean view from this 2 bedroom cottage with  carport. Have a home and money In the bank on lease land,  tho low asking price $15,900, JIM WOOD, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  STARTER HOME OVERLOOKING LAKE #4026  Woll built and Insulated 2 bedroom home |ust 3 years old on  an excellent view lot overlooking Garden 'Bay Lake. Some  furniture, furnishings range and fridge are Included In the  realistic price of $37,500. Alto a well built storage building Is  on {he property, DON LOCK, 085-2235 (24 hrs,) for all  details.  SECLUSION #3819  12,4 acros with wooded, open or creek side sltos for building  3 years old electrically haatod cottage and quaint guost  cabin on, Great polontlal, Asking $59,000. JACK WARN, 805-'  2235 (24 hrs,) ,  LARGE LOT ON COACH #4001  Large building lot 140 x )30' In quiet area, 2 miles from  Gibsons. Gentle slope, sunny area, soma trees,1 but easily  clearod, Zoned for mobile homos, Asking $11,900, JIM  WOOD, 885.2233 (24 hrs.)  VIEW ACREAGE #401)  This 6,33 acre* could poiilhly be subdivided to give you a  good view property and tho other for Investment. Excollent  vlow across Hotel Lake, Ownor Is anxious to sell and will  accept a low low down payment on the full price ol $28,300,,  My pleasure to give you all details on this property, DON  LOCK, 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  A LOT OF DISTINCTION #4030  This excellent v|ow; lot of! Chadwlck Road offers a f|n��,  convenient location clow to schools, shopping and ferry  terminal yet Is nicely secluded, With hydro, vyater and phone  and 90' by 135' In which to located your home It Is well worth  a look, Asking $15,500 try your offer. BERT WALKER* 005-  2233 (24 hrs,)  ITf]  ^���**S'^W,  TREMENDOUS VIEW  Wr*:  #4058  Excellent, nearly new 3 bedroom view home with 1300 sq ft  of well planned living area on the main floor and attractive  ground floor area Includes large roc room', bedroom & utility /  rooms. On Laurel Rd, In popular Davis Bay. Let me show you  this fine home. Asking $67,500, BERT WALKER, 885-2235 (24  ��� hrs,)  [,i>jLi  WATERFRONT ACREAGE #4066  3 acres with 2 modern houses on 250' on lagoon waterfront  In Pender Harbour. Tho 7 yr old house has a large living room  with fireplace plus an attractive sauna in a bathroom, The  second 2 bedroom house Is S yrs old and both houses are  rented at present. A 21 x 27' Insulated and heated workshop  Is also Includod, Owner Is asking $125,000 and will carry  terms on A/S, DON LOCK, 883-2233 (24 hrs,)  yAm  Un  Oroat view ���- block to bench, 3 bdrm with mother-in-law  suite, 14067  it*  L<*>,  1*  '"��i*  4 BDRM RAMBLER, CORNER LOT  #3946  >rK*  i  m*n  LARGE DELUXE VIEW HOME, 3 BDRMS        #4025  ���nH.  W'''  ,.,Vi.vt��- *������'���  NEW 3 BDRM ENERGY ECONOMIZER - NEARING  COMPLETION #4049  W  :C*.L��J&tii  t/3k  NEW SPANISH STYLED 2 BDRM, 1/3 ACRE   #3925  $27,900 #4056  Look around and compare whore can you buy a home for  such a price. Near an excellent beach on over one half acre.  Rent It our year round and camp on your half acre until you  build another home, $27,900 full price. JOHN R. GOODWIN,  8B5-2235 (24 hrs.)  MOBILE HOME LOT #3989  Large secluded lot In woll treed aroa, .power and water  available. On blacktop road in the Roberts Crook aroa. It  could be what you aro looking for, Give me a call. Asking  $10,900. JIM WOOD, 885-2335 (24 hrs.)  IT'S DIFFERENT    " #3951  Long wooded lot close to safe marine. Some sea view. Wafer  & hydro available, Zoned for trailer, Only $8,000 at Ttlllcum,  JACK WARN, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  VIEW LOT #4021  Largo lot sultablo for homo or doublo wide, Enhancod by  grand vlow of Secholt Inlot. On paved road, Wator, hydrant,  power & phono at road, Zoned R2. Try your offer to $9,000,  DON HADDEN, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  PICK YOURS #4055  For, a choice of lots In the Davis Bay aroa. Various prices.  JOHN R. GOODWIN, 083-2235 (24 hrs,)  SOUTH SLOPE #3663  Largq 1/3 acre lol has south slope with potential Gulf vlow as  aroa develops, Hydro, water, phone and cable TV on paved  road, FP $11,000, DON HADDEN, 005-2233 (24 hrs,)'  V.L.A. APPROVED #4065  3 yr, old 1)32 sq. ft.'bungalow with half basement, Own well  produced dmple year round water for two dwellings. Subdivide? Vendor's falling health necessitates sale. Now offered below replacement cost at $49,500 cash Including 1��  1/2 acres "more or less", TINY BOB, 883-2235 (24 hrs.)  DAVIS BAY BUNGALOW #4069  $37,000 believe this ��� a dandy 2 bodroom home In lm>  maculate condition, on well landscaped lot, Fireplace in view  living room, Large kitchen and dining room,, also utility. Big  heatod storage shed, fine garden, Really |u��t $37,000,  Limited viewing hours ��� call PETER SMITH, 005-2233 (24 hrs.)  TO FINISH #3918  Dry wollod and ready'to finish to your own taste In color*and  carpets, 2000' living area and carport, 2-1/2 baths, 2 brick  fireplaces and five new appliances, A good Investment at  $30,500, JACK WARN, 805-2233 (24 hrs,)  Ruth Moore       Don Lock       Peter Smith       Don Hadden     Louella Goodwin      )lm Wood        Bert Walker       Jack Warn        Bob Kent       John R, Goodwin  88&-9213        883-2526       885-9463 885-9504 805-2235 885-2571 885-3746 886-2681 885-0461 885-2456  1  > <s>  "V  \  How to fihd a house  Wednesday, February 7/1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-7  Finding that ''right" house,  tor, you starts in your present  living room. Begin .by  examining' your, life style,  your particular needs, your  Tspecial-"wantsL-and-start-a-  note book of what you want in  your perfect house.   areas you wish to live in. Find  out the prices. Can you afford  it Where else can you find  . that style of house? Check the  .  daily papers, talk  to  real  -estateagents,-and JteepJxack__.  of it in your, note book.  Jt-can-take-a-couple^-of-  885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure  RECREATIONAL  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C VON 3A0  Next to the, Gulf Station  LOTS  Sort  out  your  financial   months to learn the market in  ability to own that "right"   your area, or the one you are  -house. Be reaiistie���in���how���considering >     By  being!  HOMES  -TUWANEK   Ideal   weekend  -$19;500-  WATERFRONT  v  much you can spend on prepared you will be able to  monthly payment. Check with recognize the right, house for  morlgagerlendej:Scto=finiLQUt=-���you-when-iti comes along._^...  When you know what you  want, what you can. afford,  you can clearly explain it to  someone else to help you  search and find the right  house faster.-Gibsons Realty  how much they would con  sider  as   your  maximum  mortgage.  Now with the design sorted  out, and the dollars sorted  out;  drive out through the  "The Property  -Alovers'L���  WHARF  REALTY LTD.  S85-51717  SELMA. PARK  Buy your family this lovely  3 bedroom full basement,  cathedral entrance home'  for 1979. Start the new  year In this family home,  quality wall to wall carpets, two brick fireplaces,  -enclosed garage, large,  level landscaped lot. For  appointment to view call  Pat 885-9487 anytime.,F.P.  $64,500.  ROBERTS CREEK $45,000  Drive down to the end of Metcalfe  ROachand~��ee-for'yourself"'what~a  great semi-waterfront' location. this  Is, The house needs a spot of paint  outside but Inside there is plenty of  good accommodation Including three  bedrooms, family sized dining room,  rec room and two fireplaces, A good  I" investment  in  the  future of, your  family. Please call Corry ross.  retreat.   Furnished  cabin on treed lot. Close to beach.,  Buy jor privacy or investment. Must  be seen. Call lern to view.  HOMES  WEST SECHELT.  Leaded doors, vaulted  ceilings and lots of cedar  make this a 3 bedroom  with that something extra.  21 x 24' double garage is  now a studio-workshop.'  F.P. $54,500. Call Bob 885*  3531.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY  -885-9487���  BOB BEAUPRE  885-3531  TREVGODDARD  - 886-2658    _  m  GIBSONS $59,500  Family home with view of harbor,  Immaculate condition, three  bedrooms, sundeck, landscaped lot.  Close to everything. Call Ann Ibbitson for. viewing.  GIBSONS $85,500  Large   modern   house   with   view.  Basement, set up & used as hair-  ' dressing salon ��� could be In-law  'suite. Extra wide lot.fqr privacy or  ���may be subdivided - off. Excellent  ~ financing- IFassum'abfe." "Cair~Ann-  Ibbitson.  OVERLOOKING  PORPOISE BAY $110,000  An exceptional value. This 3 acres of  developed l/wd features a 4 bdrm  rancher with intimate living room  and large tastefully finished master  bedroom. Has a workshop, guest  _^^D_PJlciajrey^nu^sy]te.^qrranpr_  your horses and developed roads on  three sides g[ving excellent Subdivision potential. An opportunity to  live in a rural setting close to the  village. Call Don Sutherland. '  FAIRVIEW RD, GIBSONS $87,950  130 x 220' residential lot ih excellent  area. This large lot has room for a  tennis-court and swhnming-pcFdlrThs���  modern tudor house- is a joy to  behold with features such as formal  dining & living room, a family room  with fireplace, working kitchen,  master bedroom with ensuite^ fully  developed suite in lower level and a  loft 30 x 15'. This 3 bdrm home offers  qualities of living hard to find In our  area. Call Don Sutherland. -f  GAMBIER ISLAND - $65,000  ldeals retirement or recreational  property. Well designed 5. bdrm  home with fireplace in living room as  well as the rec room. Spacious kitchen with lots of' cupboards. All  appliances drapes and some furnishings' to stay. Enjoy the ocean  View "from this sunny "half- acre]  Irrevocable at $65,000. Call Terri to  view.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $89,500  With beach access & good moorage  in Langdale. Spectacular view of  Gambler Is. & Howe Sound. 3 bdrm, 2  bathrooms,, indirect lighting & 2  fireplaces are a few of the features  of this spacious home. Lots of privacy  ~ cm"tHis"park-lik~e~prbperty situated on  the north side of the ferry slip on  Smith Road. Don't miss this one.  Watch for signs or call Terri Hanson  for more details.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE        $89,500  1.89 acres, and an elegant 2 bdrm  -hornet���-Kitchen���is���spacious  practical. Jennaire range, built in  oven, dishwasher, cupboards galore.  Open living and dining area  "OT��rli3oMTrg--wateT--and~tsland8v-  Beautifully designed bathroom that  includes a sauna, sunken tub and  dpuble sinks. Large utility with a  -shower and a separate entrancerThe-  back is surrounded by a 600 sq. ft.  sundeck for you to sit and enjoy the  view. Tastefully landscaped wjth  little maintenance necessary. Phone  Suzanne Dunkerton for more information.  SAKINAW LAKE only $7,000  Your'hideaway ��� water access only.  Call Ann Ibbitson.  SECRET COVE $68,900  This exceptional .45' acre waterfront  property in the long arm of Secret  Cove is truly one of a kind. Approx.  370' waterfrontage, older two  bedroom cottage, deep' water  moorage and dock. L6ts of sunshine  here! Call Corry Ross.  HOME BY THE SEA $79,500  West Coast look ��� hardwood, dining  room floors, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, full  value bere, West Sechelt. Call .Ann  Ibbitson.  COMMERCIAL   _  TANTALUS APTS. $160,000  Showing good revenue ��� may be  your chance for a tax write-off? To  view call Ann Ibbitson.  'TUWANEK  View lot overlooking Lamb's Bay.  Close to easy beach access ��� vendor  will carry at C.I.R, Priced at $10,000.  Phone Terrl for more Information.  REDROOFFS  $7.500.  **.  �������&.  *��?*.  "*>!|  Q>  ask... ���  ^fiSP-'V *'.   ���.���OPEMHOUSE   Weekend of Feb. 10ft 11  from 2-4 p.m.  At Ann's - Masked Rd & Hwy 101 -  Agents- welcome.- House  must  be -  sold. Large log & frame on  5-1/2  acres, Lot* of room for the growing  family   and   extra   for   the' in-law  ^situation. Open to offers, $115,000.'  "Call  886-2542 for private viewing,  Ann Ibbitson.  PRIVACY . . $18,000  Why live ih if rural community unless  you enjoy rural solitude. This 145 x  405' 1.3 acre lot is 2-1/2 miles from  Sechelt above Porpoise Bay. A rare  offering not often found on the  Peninsula* Private driveway. Call  Terrl Hanson for information.'  LOTS  -WINN ROAD $15,000  Build your ocean view home on this  lot in Gibsons, close.to everything..  Call Ann Ibbitson.  REDROOFFS $7,500  Check the price &.compare. This lot is  priced to sell. Excellent building lot  'with easy access. Trailers permissible.  Call  Terri   for   more   in-  -formaUon ���^   .CHOICE, CHOICE, CHOICE  View lots in Gibsons, Davis Bay and  Sechelt, from $13,500, to  $167000.  Call Ann Ibbitson.  i   c  Nice, level .building site. O.K. for.  Trailers. Call Terri Hanson.  GIBSONS $13,500  "Herels"1rTe~buIldih"g"tot you've been "  looking   for.   Close   to   schools,.  shopping & beach. Potential view to.  boot.   Surrounded  by  quality  new -  "homes. Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  information.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS $10,0*00  Build your country retreat and enjoy  the view of mountains and water. Lot  is serviced with telephone and  underground wiring. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  SANDY HOOK $10,500  Beautifully   unimpeded   view   of  Sechelt Inlet on this large building  Jot. Suzanne Dunkerton.  SELMA PARK $12,300  Large building lot in developed area.  Some lovely trees. Build at the back &  retain your privacy. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  "CHERYUAltN PARK RD. $ 15,500.  A view - a creek - centrally located in  Roberts Creek. 94 feet of creekside -  164 feet deep ��� prime residential lot.  Call Don Sutherland  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a view.  Hydro S water available. 8x12 shed  to remain. Call Terri Hanson.  DAVIS BAY $15,000  Close to store and just a short walk  to the beach. You could build your  new home in this popular area. Call  Don Sutherland.  DON SUTHERLAND  885-9362  ANN IBBITSON  886-2542  CORRY ROSS  885-925C  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971'  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  1   North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver  3343 Kingsway  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  Surrey  10474 137th St.  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES  CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  tmmm  AM  m  msnmsmsmtmm  mm  HI! Valentine's Day  is coming up quick!  Why don't you write  a Valentine story  and send it to us at:  BOX 310,  SECHELT.  fi ft  MAKE IT!  v-iAPPy  (  Send ^our name,  address, bYr+h-  dcxy -to:  sechej-T*.  GINGER SNAPS  1 cup shortening  1 cup molasses  1 tsp soda  1/2 tsp salt  3 cups white sugar  1 tbsp ginger  3 eggs  5 cups sifted flour  Cream shortening, sugar and molasses. Add eggs  & beat. Add dry Ingredients 'til dough is very stiff.  Roll Into balls and press with floured fork. Bake In  slow oven (325 degrees) for 20 minutes/  ^ VtiJlWS^t�� ^&��W��\  GOOFY RIDDLES  If I goveyou fen"cents-to-v7alk_three"m1lBTitt the-mcrrnlngarrd^Ocentsto-walk five  miles in the afternoon, what you have?  Answer: Tired Feet.  When does the teacher wear sunglasses?  Answer: When she has bright pupllsr-   What is the difference between a high mountain and bad tasting medicine?  Answer: One is hard to get up and the other is hard to get down.  What two animals go with you everywhere?  Answer: Your calves.  Why does a rabbit always have a shiny nose?  Answer: It wears Its powderpuff on the wrong end.  K,  What Is the hardest-thing about Ice-skating?  Answer: The Ice.  PLAYING DETECTIVE  Can you solve this puzzle?  A medieval magician, carrying a bottle  of liquid, came before the king.  "Sire",    the    magician    said    to    the  monarch, "I have here a most magical  liquid. It's power is so great that it will  dissolve anything that it touches.  "Anything?" asked the king.  "AnythingI" replied the magician.  But the king knew that the magician was  mistaken. How did he know?  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The 18 year  average for January, is 17.22 cms.  ,rThe reaUylrerJwmaries'were in r6r  ^ai^S^msr^eS^th^B^T^ms^mdJn-lT^  with28.19f -        -.     -  We have had three consecutive years  with apiwrentiy less than average 133.86-  cms._ralnfau. 1976.with 109.96 cms, 1977~  with 105.21 cms and 1978 with 107.62 cms.  The pattern before has been for a dry year  ' tobe foflo^e*bTa7rabcve"_rvefage yearr?  Daytime maximum high temperature  9.0 C compared to 8.0 C for 1978, Overnight  .low-r_-8.0-e compared to -3.00for 1978.  January 27-February 2       Lo  Hi Prec.  cms  January 27  -1.0   4.0 * nil  January 28  -2.5    5.0     nil  January29  ....-3.5    3.5     nil  January30  -3.0   3.0     nil  January 31  -4.5    5.Q     nil  February! .3.0    3.5     nil  February 2 -2.0    0.0     4.3.  Week's precipitation���snow, 0.43 cms.  February to date ��� 0.43 cms. 1979 to date  ��� 7.10 cms;  January 27-February 2, 1978 ��� 3.53  cms. 9.4 cms. of snow. February 1-2,1978  ���2.97 cms. January 1-Februaryi, J978 --  16.74 cms.  Laura Secord Chocolates have been a  traditional valentine gift for years. Come  in and make your choice. ��� Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.  i^*t^vfSsiiii^^ ������? f; '  ���_u<tt ? j. \ ., w'*.^'*   > ���.,  PageB-8  The Peninsula Times  ���^tmm^m-mm.  Wednesday, February 7,197&  IT'S A SURPRISE! Bill Billingsley,  right, was honored last Saturday  night for 34 years of service with the  Sechelt Volunteer Fire Dept. He and  his wife Alice were surprised with a  dance organized by the department at  the'Senior Citizen's Hall. Another  oldtimer with the department was  Maurice Hemstreet who acted as  emcee for the night.  Advcirtising.T|  ESPECIALLY FOR  VALENTINE'S  WEEK  OURFTD  [LOVEBUNDLE?  BOUQUET  VALENTINE'S DAY IS WED.,;  FEBRUARY 14  lets good  little products  compete with  the biggies!  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We have a variety of Fisher Stove models to choose from.  So come in soon and find out what makes a Fisher a Fisher.  Case closed. ���    .,97BFS���  A.C. RENTALS  883-2585  & Building Supplies  Hlway 101 at Francis Pan. Rd.  An idea Canada is warming up to.  PART OF Saturday night's surpnse proceedings included a plaque honoring  BillBillingsley's 34 years of service to the Sechelt volunteer Fire Department.  ������Wife^AJieeioffied4n4BFttoeTS^���.������-^~���  PLACE  YOUR  OUT OF  TOWN   ORDERS    EARLY  TO    ENSURE  PROMPT DELIVERY.���  I INSURANCE  '  CORPORATION  -OMMtmSH-COUAIMA-  i PROVINCE OF  tfMtSTKVOr  1 BRITISH COLUMBIA  tmnar. tkahsmut ano coMHUMCATicwa  -t-oron-VlHCU-MAMCH-  EXQUISITE BOUQUET  Sunnycrest Center, Gibsons,  886-9222  ANN LYNN FLOWERS  Sechelt  885-9455  Squaringly yours  By Maurice Hemstreet.  OWNEK SEHEWAl CHTIFIUTE OF MSUSMCE AND KHKU UCEHCE, WD MWOf Of  ttHIClt KGISTHE0 OWKUBHIf.  FUtl MMHI  ICBC  -���0PY~  JiWI~~T___  01,03,78 "u" '  Ml       W0NIH      WAN  2�� 1,0.  I  W  KtiCaWcaSiI  MOOtLVI  y.g.AJ,.T3   COt>T  aiuiJWiuujcSTijur-"  "Tltwtl''  TPF4O0  i   i   iii  4166520  ���ssut Qua ir  tiFlDV okti .  Btroiio  nns to  HHICU iMhTlMUTKIN IMH1A1! MUMK*  hiHHCAt HUttltR  4DRSO  BA94SA   6H41K3S10S4OO  l rrK    ���  Wl'wtitMUpJi)  i 927  I3Sas24S  N/A  Hellpw there/ fellow square dancers.  Once again I bring you the square dance  news of The Country Stars, but due to that  cotton picken 'flu bug and the fact that  1(  V!0(lr! FOR TIMES CALL      NrtO-J^  It was the Deltas  against the rules...  the rules lost!  ~^eTSAt^AHAtAJA ~Amw~wswAnA V  ANIMAL lieUtE  A comedy from Unrvwnol Pictures  THE MATTY SIMMONS, -IVAN HERMAN PRODUCTION  NATIONN. LAMPOON . ANIMALHOUSt w,���/OMN Oai^HI'nMMATHFSONJdHN VTI\NON  VtfVNA M.OOM ��� THOMAS HUta and DONALD SUTHERLAND ��� omm*  Produced by MATTY SIMMONS and IVAN POTMAN ��� Muilc by CIMEP, MIWSTFIN  S009 "ANIMALHOUSE' Composed and Performed by STEPHEN WHOP  Written by HAKOLDIVAMIS, DOUGLAS KENNlYd CHPJSMIUIP, ��� Directed by JOHN IVVNDIS  assEBB&  WARNlNOt Occasional nudity, Suggestive scenes, t Coarse language throughout. B.C. Dlr.  WED FEB 7  Thur F*b 8  FRI FEB 9  Sat F*b 10  Sun F��b 11  MON. FEB 12  -TUt-ffisM9~~  - 1 ihow *ach ��v��nlng - 8 pm  - 2 ��howt s>ach ��v��nlnQ ��� 7 pm & 9 pm  - 1 ��how *ach ��v��nlng ��� 8 pm  ~4-'ekem��emeW*enwml*mr~^tm+<��* -*��  COMING UH NfcXl,  "UP IN SMOKE"  CHCfCHfiCHONG  Mf ����,s4��*',��'��**����l'��(B|��i  over half of our, club Ls away on holidays  there was only one set out last Friday to  dance to the calls of Harry Robertson, but  I am sure that a good time was still had  and remember, there are only two  evenings of square dancing left till we  head for the ninth annual B.C. Square  Dance Ball at the Vancouver Hotel. So see  you all next Friday.  Yes, even I wasn't at last Friday's  square dance, but I did have a good  reason. You can't be in two places at once.  Believe me I have tried but it Just don't  work.  Our oldest son Peter was married to  Lyndi McDonell. The ceremony took place  at the Sechelt Village Municipal HaU with  the village clerk Tom Wood officiating and  I must say that it was one of the nicest  wedding ceremonies I have ever attended.  The bride wore a full length pink gown and  the groom a blue suit. The best man,  Peter's brother, Alan was also in a blue  suit and Alan's wife Evelyn, who of course,  was the bridesmaid, wore a beige gown  and I must say looked much nicer than  Alan.  Then in the evening there was a plain  family reception at Alan and Evelyn's  place in Roberta Creek and it was very  nice Just to sit around and talk with family  that you haven't seen for awhile. It ls too  bad that the younger generation have not  learned the meaning of the word etiquette,  but this whole ceremony from start to  finish was Just beautiful.  Now on Saturday evening I was asked  to MC a. firemen's party at the Senior  Citizens Hall in favour of Bill Billingsley'a  retirement from the Sechelt Volunteer  Fire Department after 33 years of community service and with the help of his  brother Harry who came up from Vancouver on a minute's notice. Bill didn't  know what was going on till they walked In  the door to find all the present firemen on  hand to welcome him and hla good wife  Alice. Yes, tho whole evening was a  complete surprise and I still don't know  how the department did It,  Going back to the old ARP days BUI and  I did quite a bit of reminiscing because I  spent over 20 years In the same department and there Isn't a newspaper big  enough to hold all that happened, but I will  hoverM matched and from now on f ortno,  square dancing will come first.  So see you next week, have a good day,  cherrlo for now.  ''    *  tmiviRHiutiati  1310405  .-.rftineim ortMitm iwo*iuiion-  J I .. I.,   .1... 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To Avoid These Delays  COME INTO THE  MOTOR VEHICLE OFFICE  BEFORE FEBRUARY 15.  Sunshine Coast Credit Union  COWRIE STlliTT^CIIEIX PHONE 885-3744  AUTO PLAN��� Motor Vehicle Agent  A.  t> sr+-  senior boys basketball" -  Cougars warm up with  wins  The Elphinstone Cougars senior boys'  basketball team wanned up for a crucial  Feb., 13 game against Howe Sound Chiefs  ^ol Squamlsh^ywiffiunglwThi^e^aniesr  last week, one against McNalr of Richmond and one against Pender Harbour,  re-game against Howe Soundv  poned from Feb. 1 because of a dance, will  begin at 2 p.m. in Elphinstone7gym. The  - Squamish teahi, which f eaturesia-f orward  line averaging about' 6' 4" who are excellent .shooters, handled the Cougars  easily when the teams met in Sqamish  Jan. 15. But Elphinstone coach Gary Gray  hopes his team will make a better showing  on Tuesday. The Chiefs nipped , the  Cougars by two points in the superb final  game of the Howe Sound tournament last  year.  Larry Lineker poured in 20 points on  driving layups and short jump shots in the  second half to lead by Cougars to a 67-65  win over McNair Jan. 30. Elphinstone led  by five to seven points for most of the  game, but McNair took the lead midway  through the final quarter, only to have  Lineker break loose for four quick baskets  in the last few minutes  The scrappy game nearly went into  ���overtoe_bui;^M(^air player inissed a  layup with four seconds left.  ~Jeff_Midcaster-scored--15-points-for--  Elphinstone,  Wally Nygren  12,  Gary  Knoweles and Bruce Northway seven  out the scoring. extend its eight-ganie winning streak  1^t-LElphinstone-s^or-teams-wil-rbe-^when~it-HEace^ Elphinstone,��� at- the-  playing at Hillside this weekend. Elphinstone  gym.   The   tall,   quick  ������hatelechr-Eagles~ju_iior-boysMeam,^  buoyed, by a two-point win over Elphin-    in four of its games this year,  stone, the first triumph over an Elphin-       The second game  at Elphinstone,  id^rant^ilH6ttr-and Mike Partridge���stone-fo"tor boys' team in the school's .featuring the  Grad  two.  On the following day, the Qougars had -  -little .ta>uMe~with-Pender Harbour, winning 91-35. Five Elphinstone players  scoredjto double-figures: Mike Partridge,  20; Jerry Johnson, 19; Denis Turrene, 12;  Clint Suveges and Grant Gill, 10 each.  Billy Knudsen was the top Pender Harbour  scorer with 12.  In the preliminary game, Elphinstone  senior girls led all the way in a 40-16 victory over Pender Harbour. Lori Hill  scored 12 points for Elphinstone, Carta  Paetkau, 9 and Maureen Forsyth, 8,  Shelly Wagner 7, and Cathy Swinhart and  Natan Gibbons, 2 points each.  Pender Harbour, playing short two  girls who were on the injured list, was led  by a junior player, Cqreeri Brown, who  scored 10 points. Yvonne Campbell with 4  and Tracey Houghtaling with 2 rounded  three-year-history, competed in an eight-  team tournament at Oceanview in Powell  River. Feb. 3. Results were not available  at press time.  This     afternoon      (Wednesday),  Chatelech's Grade 8 girls' team will try to  ^promises to be another close match-up.  Elphinstone and Chatelech split the first  two games, each team winning by a  ; narrow margin.  . Tomorrow, the Elphinstone Grade 8  teams will host Howe Sound. '  Minor hockey  Oilers, GTs to PR  Section  Wednesday, February 7  L  Pages 1-6  S^mnmlmm  I  "TRAftTiAYMALLERS"  VS  "ABBOTSFORD WAKEFIELD SPERLING"  SAT., FEB. 10TH 8:30 P.M.  SUN., FEB 11TH 10:45 A.M.  AT THE  SUNSHINE COAST ARENA  "COME & SUPPORT YOUR ARENA."  After a successful Minor Hockey  weekend of game's, we are back to inter-  association games, involving Powell.  River, Squamish and West Vancouver  teams. Once again, thank you to those  sponsors who took- the time to come to the  arena for team pictures. We will be  presenting you with a copy as soon as  possible.  . This weekend sees our peewee house  league Standard Oilers travelling to  Powell River, as well as the bantam GTs.  These' teams will engage in two games  with Powell River association teams,  while at the same time, a peewee and  bantam team will be playing at the Sechelt  arena against our peewee and bantam  teams.  A schedule of the week's games follows,  as sell as league standings up to date:..  Thursday, Feb. 8: Oilers and GTs to  Powell River.  ^ 7:15-8:15 ��� Twin Creek vs GTs; 8:15-  9:15 ��� Elson Glass.           Saturday, February 10: 10:30-11:30 ���  140s vs Kin-ucks; 11:45-1 ��� OWL vs  Elphinstone; 11:15-2:30 -Exhibition,  Powell River vs 109s; 2:454:15 ���  Exhibition, Powell River vs Weldwood.  Sunday, February 11: 7:45-9 ���  Exhibition, Powell River vs TBS; 9:15-  10:30���Exhibition, Powell River vs Aces:  110:45-12 ��� Flyers vs 140s -23s; 12:15-1:30  J��� Practice, Sabres vs T&T; 6:30-8:15 ���  Rangers vs Aces.  -LEAGUE STANDINGS (as of Jan. 28)  Pup Division                         W L Pts  TKinucks 3 2     6  Legionl40s         3 2     6  . MercurylandSabres ...: 2 4     4  Atom Division  ���T&TTrucHng 6 0    12  'OWL  2 2     4  Elphinstone Rec 0 6     0  Peewee Division  TBS 3 1     6  Legion 109s ..;..7 3 2-    6  Standard Oilers 1 4     2  Bantam Division  GTS' 4 0     8  Family Mart Aces  2 2     4  Twin Creek (peewees)  0 4     0  Midget Division  TyceFlyers..... ;.-.-.-.:...-....3 0  Weldwood Clippers  (bantams) 2 1  140s-23s 0 4  Juvenile Division  Credit Union Rangers  (midget)  '..4 0  Elson Glass 3 2  Anderson A's 0 5  6  Gibsons pool  Sign for swim lessons Friday  RAY C0ATES PLUMBING & JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE  THE ADDITION OF  BOB WATERS  TO OUR STAFF.  "WELCOME TO THE CREW, BOB!".  fc.  _f*-  ��� RAY & JANE COATES  ��� TERRY RHODES &  ��� WARREN SMALLWOOD  1.14'  FEEL FREE TO CALL ANYTIME  FOR PLUMBING, FIXTURES,  PIPE & FITTINGS, REPAIR JOBS,  RENOVATIONS OR NEW HOUSE PLUMBING.  The Gibsons swimming pool will start  the second session of swimming lessons  for 1979 on Monday, February 19.  Registration for this second session will  Figure skating  club news  Plans are under way for the Annual  Carnival to be held Sunday, March 11. The  theme this year is "Wonderful World of  Disney."  In Vancouver recently, Anita Fischer  passed her second figure test and Denise  Kohuch her perlim. figure. Quite a few of  our skaters will be taking tests during  February and March.  We wish to thank the Sechelt Lions Club  and Ron's Contracting for their generous  donations. We sincerely appreciate this  support for our club.  To assist with financial -expenses for  our Carnival, we will be having a Book and  Bake Sale this Saturday from 10 a.m. at  the "Gibsons Mall. Your donations of  baking and books will be, appreciated.  Please call Mary Douglas at 886-2103 after  5p.m.  RAY  886-7695  JANE  886-7621  GARDEN BAY  IVI m"% lm 1mM Eii  Sinclair Bay Road  Just up&rwer the hill  VOLVO/PENTA - CHRYSLER  HOURSTON GLASCRAR  EZ LOAD-MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  Phone for Our Rates on  W!n^^  BOAT MOVING  commence Friday, February 9 during  public pool hours.  The second session will last five weeks  and participants come twice a week for a  ; total of 10 lessons.  iL-Lessons are offered on Monday���and,  . Wednesday"betweenStand8 p.mV or oh  Tuesday and Thursday between 5 p.m. and  8 p.m.  All swimming levels are available from  pre-schoolers to adults.  The Gibsons swimming pool features  the full range of the Red Cross Water  Safety Programs and classes are taught  by certified Red Cross Water Safety instructors.  The details and brochures are available  at the Gibsons swimming pool or phone  886-9415.   ...  Yoga classes  Continuing Education is offering five  yoga,classes to start in February.  In Sechelt, Evans Hermon has a class  for beginners on Monday evening 8-10  p.m. in Chatelech Junior Secondary School  music room. ���  Sara Gerring starts the season for  beginners February 6,9:30 -11:30 a.m. in  the Chatelech Mobile Unit. Intermediate  and advanced students start Thursday, 8 -  10 p.m. in the Chatelech Junior Secondary  music room.  In Roberts Creek School Kindergarten  a class for beginners started February 5,  and is held every Monday, 7:30 -,9:30 p.m.  with Dale Sarikey as the instructor.  Every Tuesday, 7:30 - 9:30 p.m., Dale  Sankey will be teaching in Gibsons  Elementary School, Mrs, Shelton's Room.  A second class started in the same location  on Thursday, Feb. 1.  The fee for all yoga classes is $20 for 20  hours. Pro-registration is not necessary.  For further information please call  Continuing Education 885-3512.  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PLEASE NOTE:  The above arrangement is available  to APPROVED CREDIT CUSTOMERS  only, and OK reserves the right to  accept or reject any customer.  Home of red car/Mil $ervke...  I 11*112  O I .laJllilE5���SI  ... where the coffee pol U ahtxty on.  MS-31SS t~ m MH*t"4nt Wharf A M^mx St  A ^  ��v  CdasfStrokefs  The black beast revived  By Dennis Gray  Police news  Page G2  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 7,1979  Light ripped off  and PH thefts reported  car  The other night while I was stoking up  my fireplace I heard strange noise craning  from my workshop. It was cold putside. In  fact there was snow on the ground (for  Sechelt residents who have never seen  snow, it is cold and white and can often be  found at the north or south end of the  Sunshine Coast). t  There being no heat in my.shop, I  reasoned anything out there would soon  freeze to death and I could thrown the  carcass out in the spring. I had about  convinced myself I had not heard anything  and was curling up like a cat on a warm  oven door when the sound came again.  This time there was no mistake. There  was something in my workshop, and I  figured! had better have a look. I also  figured if some creature (whatever it was)  could survive out there it was tougher than  I, so I picked up a piece of firewood.  When I threw open the shop door and  turned on the light I was faced with  complete and utter chaos, There were  tools and equipment scattered  everywhere. Nothing was in its place. But  that in itself is nothing unusual. My shop  always looks that way. In fact I could find  nothing unusual at all and was about to  leave when I saw something moving under  a tarp in the corner.  -; I began to tremble a bit (from the cold).  Cautiously I walked over and with wood  held high I threw back the tarp. There  looking lean, mean and hungry, crouched  as if to spring, was a great black beast,  startled.  1 dropped the piece of wood. How could  it possibly stir? I had pulled its heart out  last fall. Was someone playing a joke on  me or was it the will to be free that kept it  kicking all this time.  As it looked a^me with a cold and  glassy eye I knew this wild and free,  creature could never be completely  domesticated, but perhaps I could train it  again. I remembered we shared the same  appetite for new and exciting places and it  had taught me a freedom I had not thought  possible..Perhaps it could even free me  from the grips of winter. Perhaps we could  flee together to the warm sunshine of  California or Mexico or even Roberts  Creek.  Quickly, working with cold, numb  fingers, I replaced it's heart. I fed it,  nursed, it, coaxed it and prodded it, and  finally it began to purr in contented ex-  . pectations. So if one of these days you see a  great, one-eyed black beast being ridden  by a guy who uses a piece of firewood as a  riding crop, please don't run us off the  road.  We just want to be free.  Keep strokin.     a  RCMP last week reported two cases of  willful damage in the Sechelt arena, one to  a police car, and several thefts from two  service stations In Pender Harbour.  At about 8:30 p.m. February 29, .a  passenger from a small, white car  damaged on one side is reported to have  ripped the light bar from the top of a police  car outside the Sechelt Elementary  School. There was minor damage to the  wiring and the detachment Is asking for  information.  About $100 damage is reported when  the rear window of a 1969 Pontiac parked  on Wharf St. was smashed about 5 p.m.  -FebT27- ��� ���  1 A break-in through the rear window at  the Harbor Motors Shell Station in Pender  Harbour Feb. 1 netted thieves $217 from  the cash box. Investigation is continuing.  Three thefts from the Pender Harbour  Chevron station last week are also under  police investigation. Stolen were a set of  rear view mirrors and Philco am-fm. radio  and tapedeck Feb; 1,. a battery and  distributor Jan. 31, and a carburetor from  a car in the lot Jan. 30.  catcded 6c f��z caKceiiaXian 0^ cla^teA-  5W. 2. Slatted caiCi $e$'*t  ^today. ^c&ncuZACf 9. 7-9 few. {<>% 6 Wiee&&.  $21.00 fie* fcei<Uw. IReyidfricutio-u, at da^tet.  Tietu mAten-ca-l baa 6ee*t added <�� /ipA,it  & $uk ate the tK<itftcittO'it.  OJ    * 1 *ifiuMkic&<m& SBtd*  oAaUawo  YOU KNOW OUR SERVICE IS GOOD, NOW...  A-G program announced  Work-instead-of-fine  choice in some offences  A pilot project whereby people convicted of criminal code offences will have  the option of working out their fines in  community service, was announced last  week by Attorney-General Garde Gardom.  Effective since January 15 in  Parksville, Ladysmith and Victoria from  Uooke to Sidney; andsoon to"beextended to -  Nanaimo, the experiment springs from a  study done recently by B.C. Corrections  Branch into similar programs in  Saskatchewan and Alberta.  "The purpose of the project," said  Gardom," is to determine if it is practical  and effective to permit offenders to  peform community work as an alternative  Misconduct:  No running. No walking.  No exercise. No effort.  Penalty���a shorter life.  No argument.  Fitness is fun.  Try some.  pamtapaaion  to incarceration in default of payment of  fines."  The attorney-general said a pamphlet  explaining the program is being given to  offenders who are eligible and those, who  are interested are being directed to a  community service officer of Corrections  Branch in Victoriarortoihe John Howard  Society in Nanaimo.  "We estimate that 20 per cent of our  institutional population in B.C. consists of  persons serving terms for defaulting on  payment of fines," Gardom explained;  He said his ministry expects the  program to result in two main benefits, a)  A reduction in the number of admissions to'  correctional centres, b) A reduction in the  disparity between those offenders*who  have money and those who have not.  "The success of the community service  order program which has operated in  British Columbia for the past three years,  indicates a general support for the motion  of offenders 7 doing community service  work as payment for their offences/' the  attorney-general noted.  He added that If the Vancouver Island  project is successful it will be implemented in other areas of the province.  THE HERON CAFE  Gibsons Harbour  HOURS: MON. - FRI. 8 A.M. - 8 P.M.  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Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Jones  Jones  U. of Wash.  Dating Game  Downstairs  Cont'd.  11:00  ��� National News  News  News  News  .News  News  vs Calif.  Odd Couple  On the Buses  Sports Page  Cont'd.  11:30  Night Final  Starsky.  Hutch  Tonight Show  Cont'd.  Late Movie  News  Cont'd.  Gong Show  Late Movie  Wednesday, February 7,1979 The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  No. 1 IN COLOR TV  Now Open Mondays-Saturday, 9:30 am-5:30 pm  SUNSHINE COAST T.V.  STEREO & APPLIANCES  8*5.981*  in THE ������ OF SECHELT  c.wh.��.    AFTER THE SALE IT IS THE SERVICE THAT COUNTS  Friday,  CHANNEL 2    CHANNEL 4    CHANNEL 5    CHANNEL 6   , CHANNEL 7    CHANNEL S    CHANNEL 9   CHANNEL 11   CHANNEL 12   CHANNBL 13  12:  12:  1:  _lj  2:  2:  3:  3:  i05     Swltzer AU My  30 ��� Search for Tom. Children  00     Bob  McLean 1 Life  30     Confd. to Live  Hollywood Sqs.  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  News   '  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  News v>  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  News  Alan Hamel  Confd,  Adam U  Music , ~^  Art Start  Write On  Universe & I  News.  Adam 12  Movie:  Great Man's  Donahue  Confd.  All in Family  M.A.S.H.  AU My  ChUdren  Vancouver  Cont'd.  00- Edge-of Night _  30 Beyond Reason  00 Take 30  30 Celebrity Cooks  -General - ���  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.  .Another  World  Movie:  Soylent  - Camera 12    - -  Beyond Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  -Cont'd.  M.A.S.H.  Dinah  Cont'd.  -Another World  Cont'd.  Movie:  Hannie Calder  Book Look-  Incorporated  Over Easy  Speakout  Whiskers "-   Confd.  Popeye  Banana   Splits  -Love Experts  Tic Tac Dough  Match Game  My 3 Sons  Groucho  Lively Special  Bewitched  BatUe Planets  00     CharUe  Chaplin  30     After Sqhool  00 - Part. Family  30     All in Family  $6,000,000  Man  Green  Sanford & Son  Confd.  Price ls Right  Newsk  Carol Burnett  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  News  /  00 News  30 Confd.  00 Mary T. 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Sports-Page-  Confd.  ____  Saturday, February 10  B.A. BLACKTOP  'QUALITY   SERVICE   SINCE 1956"  ���GRAVEL ���GRADING ���CURB  ��� Soil Cement ���Drainage Roads  ��� Industrial Sites ��� Parking Areas  Tennis Courts ���Driveways  885-5151  PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT  North Vancouver Office ��� Zenith 2628  Members:  Amalgamated  Construction  Association  B.C. Road  Builders  Association  CHANNEL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  12:30  1:00  1:30  Hockey:  N.H.L. vs  U.S.SJt.  Confd.  Am. Bandstand  Bonkers  Action  Harold Lloyd  Veg. Soup  Survival  Point of View  Ian  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Movie:  Stop, Look  :.&"Laugh^'"'-,w  WUd Kingdom  4:00  4:30  5:00  -5:30���Express-  Reach for Top  News  Canadian  .- F-Troop  Mr. Roberts  ^iVnttfSj��4��W&rld~-  , Bowling. ,,  Hawaila  Hockey:  N.H.L. vs  'U.S.S.R.  Confd.    ���  Hutton Golf  Confd.  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Review  the Worlds  Rev,  Solbrekken  Literature  1:30  Hymn Sing  Confd.  Hawaiian  Hymn sing  Cont'd.  Wall  Streot  Movie: Abbott  P.T.L. Club  Crusade  2:00  Opera Time  Boxing  Confd.  Open. Golf  Movie:  Confd.  The Lettors  News'  & Costello Meet  Confd.  Telothon  2:30  Confd.  Cont'd.  Where the Red  Confd.  Confd.  Great  the Mummy  Confd.  Cont'd.  3:00  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  Forn Grows  Challenge  Movie:  Performances  Movie:  Cont'd.  Confd.  3:30  Cont'd.  World of  Survival  Confd.  of Sexes:  Death of a  Confd.  To Catch  The Monkoos  Confd.  4:00  Canadian  Sports  Great Game  Tony Brown  Canadian  N.B.A. Regional  Monster  Langston  Beethoven  a Thief  Funorama  Confd.  4i30  Superstars  Cont'd.   '  Superstars  Student. Forum  Game  Question Period  Hockey:  Confd.  Our Gang  Confd.  5:00  News  Sports Afield  News  Meet the Press  Confd.  Festival  Bionic  Movie:              '  Confd.  5:30  Parliament'  News  News  Confd.  -  N.H.L. vs  German  ' Woman  Tarzan's 3  Confd.  6:00  World of  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.     .  News  U.S.S.R,  Soccer  Star Trek  Challenges  Carol Burnett  6:30  Disney  Viewpoint  How Come  Confd.  Around Here  Confd.  World  Confd.  Confd.  Bob Newhart  7:00  Beachcombers  Osmond  World of  Beachcombers  60 Minutes  Confd,        ���  Confd.  Outer Limits  00 Minutes  Horst Koehler  Movie:  7:30  Science Mug.  Family  Disney  Science Mag.   .  Confd.  Cont'd.  Life Around Ua  Confd.  Confd.  8:00  Super  Movie:  Movie:  Al Waxman  Movie:  Osmond Family  Dragons of  Community  Donahue  The Blackbird  8:30  Special  T.B.A.  Elvis  1 Flew Over  Confd.  Gone with'  Cont'd.  Paradise  Forum  Cont'd.  Confd.  9:00  Confd.  the Cuckoo's .  T.B.A.  the Wind  Lou Grant  Theatre  Probe  Movie:  Cont'd,  9:30  T.B.A.  Confd.  Nest  T.B.A.  Pt. I  Confd.  Confd.  Outlook  The Horses  Confd.  10:00  Marketplace  Confd.  Confd.  Marketplace  Confd.  Fantasy  Pennies from  Krocze Bros. '  Mouth  News  10:30  Ombudsman  Cont'd.  Weekend  Ombudsman    -  Confd.  Island  Heaven  70* Club  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  11:00  National News  News  News  News  News  News  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:, Mrs.  Sports Page  1H30  Night Final  Late Movie  Late Movie  Cont'd.  Late Movie  Confd.  Sign Off  Confd.  Partington  Confd.  Date Pad  Feb. 7 ���Sechelt Garden Club Meeting, St. Hilda's Church Hall, 7:30.  Feb. 6 ��� "Headstart Prenatal Class, Health Unit Gibsons, 7:30-9:30 pm.  Women up to 6 months pregnant, bring husbands. No cost. For info &  preregistration call 886-2228.  Feb. 7 ��� Gibsdns Wild life Club Meeting, Clubhouse, 7:30 pm. Ron Fearne  of Native Environmental Studies Program at Deserted Bay will speak.'  Feb. 8 ��� First General Meeting of Sechelt Ratepayers group. Sr. Citizens  Hall, Secheltr7T3"0_piin7  Feb. 10��� Valentines Tea & Bake Sale, St. Bartholomews Anglican Church,  Gibsons, 2-4 pm. Tea 50c.  Feb, .11  ���..Reflexology Workshop with- Reflexologist  Vivien   Harden,  Chatelech Music Room, 1-4 pm. $5. Preregistration necessary. Call  885-5440 or 883-2745.  Feb. 12 ��� Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary Meeting/St. Aidans Hall, 11  am.  USE THIS SPACE TO, PROMOTE YOUR ORGANIZATIONS EVENTS.  ITS FREE. CALL 885-3231.  OH  Hear Ve/ Hear Ye!  Monday, February 12  J5ioF  12130  1:00  1:30  CHANNBL 2  Swltzor  Search for Tom.  Bob McLean  Uonfd.  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  4:00  4:30  0100  5:30  Edge of Night  Beyond Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  CHANNBL 4  AU   My     !     "  Children  1 Life to Live  Confd.  CHANNBL 5  holly wood Sqs.  Days of  Our Lives  The Doctors  CHANNEL 6  flows    ..., ,  ,,  Ma Clarkson  Mercus Welby  Cont'd.  6:00  6:30  7:00  7i30  Charlie  Chaplin  Catch Up  Pari Family  All In Family  Clonornl  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Another  World  Movio:  Oklahoma  CanadfTWlntor  Games  Cont'd.  Cont'd. .>���...  ���0,000,000  Man  5J0WJ!_  Cont'd.  Crude  Cont'd.  Carol Burnett  News  School Broad.  Beyond Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  CHANNBL 7  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  CHANNBL 8  rWs  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Adam 12  CHANNBL 9  CHANNBL 11  CHANNEL 12  Confd.  Confd.  Another World  Cont'd.  Movie:  Seven Alone  Explorers  Music Placo  fcook St Listen  ensure Up  Nows  Adam-12  Movie:  Abe Lincoln  Donahue  Confd,  All in Family  CHANNBL 13  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Confd.  Cover to Cover  Teenagers  Over Baa;  Survival  Kit  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  PM Northwest  Pleaao Stand By  8:00  8:30  9:00  9:30  News  Mary T. Mooro  Reach for Top  The Goodloa  10|OT  10:30  11(00  11(30  "Wluti  Shadow  National News  Xmn. Carol  Salvage  1  Cont'd.  How the West  Was Won  Cont'd.  Confd.  Seattle Tonight  Hollywood Sqs.  Sanford St Son  Price Is Right  Confd,  Nows  fveryday  onfd.  News ,  Cont'd.  Confd.  Confd.  18,000,000  Man  Sesame Street  Confd,  Mr, Rogers  Klootrlo Co.  in Illinois  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana Splits  Super Stars  Loavo to Boaver  Lovo Exports  Tic Tao Dough  Match Game  My 3 Bona  Cont'd.  Cont'd,  Rocket Robin  Spiderman  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  News  Polloo Story  LlTtlo House on  tho Prairie  Backstairs at  tho White  Canada   Winter  Games  Cont'd.  Cont'd. -..---..  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Newlywed Game  Jokers Wild  Little House  on the Prairie  I.nwrenoo  Walk  TftovffT  (lone with  the Wind  Pt, 2  News  Confd.  Carol   Burnett/  Dolly Parton  Salvage  Cont'd,    ���  Backstairs at  the White  Studio Sea  Dick Cavett  Nows  Wo Interrupt  I Love Lucy  Family  Part.  Funorama  ailllgans Island  I Love Lucy  Andy Griffith  TSffi  House  Cont'd.  News  Tonight Show  Chopper  Squad  News  Cont'd.  Lou Grant  Cont'd.  News  Late Movie  House  Confd,  JSewa  Confd.  Bill Moyer's  Journal  The  Commanders  Brady Bunch  My 3 Sons  Houan's  Herooa  Bob Newhart  Basketball:  Stanford at  Wash. State  Con'd.   Gong Show  \ Dating Game  Joker1. Wild  Newlywed Qame  ii." function  Hollywood Sqs.  Cont'd.  Pennies from  Heaven '  Cont'd, i  Outlook  rJaws  Dating Gamo  Odd Couple  Gong Show  Ci'oaswIU  Merv Griffin  Confd,  Confd.  Carol Uurnett  Bob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.  IVhen the Boat  Comes in  Benny HIU  Late Movie  Cont'd,  Confd,  The Dsln Curse  Confd.  Confd,  Confd,  Sports Page  Confd,  Tuesday, February 13  iaiio  Sill  2ll0  i!��  CHANNEL 2  iwlUor  Search for Tom.  Bob McLean  Confd,  1  CHANNBL 4  Mv Children  CHANNBL S  CHANNBL 4  3:00  3:30  JipO  3:30  8:00  8:36  6:00  4|10  7:00  7:30  Edtfo or Night  Beyond Ilenaon  Take SO  IT  on  no Life  to i'lvo  Hollywood  Sqs,    Ni  Days of Id  Our Lives  The Doctors  CiiarllejOliaplin  Penoll Box      Part. Family  All In Family   '  Oenaral  HoHPltel  Morv Orlffla  Cont'd.  lo^ooioOiBii  Cont'd;  News  confd.  Movlei  Camelot  �����__._.���,  Cont'd,  Carol Burnett  Naws  ows ,  ita Clarkson  Marcus ��� \  Welby  "Bohobi '"Broia'.T"'  Beyond Reason  Take SO  CelelirltyJ Cooks  CHANNBL "{':!:���"  As the  World Turns  iaiMii&L.  Il30  Cont'd,  Mary Tc  Northerner*  Mary T. Mooro  rllv  luln'yjtP y*A  _h Oompimy  Qt)> ICataU       ���  Confd,  Confd.  P.M.   Northwest  film Na Na  "���Company  'Ski.  Conf��  Cont'd.  Seattle  Name Tune  SanfordA Son  Price Is Right  Cont'd.  News  ConfdT  M.A.HJt,  Dinah  Confd.  CHANNBL 8  News  Alan Hamel  Confd,  Adam  12  vSaF  _��__   Cont'd.  Staraky A  I In toh  TSVSTL  Cont'd.  Now*  Cont'd.  Another  Cont'd.  Movlet  Carry_on  WrlT  CHANNBL 9  ! explorers  looinnastlcs  Measure Up  go Worth  Circus  0:30  jltOO  11)10  Cont'd,  Fortunes  I  Itiffl^W^ff^-.i*^^  ttnFl  News  ntl  tarsky A  Hutch  News  I.ale Movie  ovioi  us Drowning  Please Aland lly  2th Kitale .       ���  TOT  Basket  Seattle  NOW York  T*imp��rnir  Cont'd.  80,000,000  onfd,  tsketballt  tattle at  Poo)  Cont'd.  "Tews  onlght Show  J  ConPcf,  Fortunes  News  Cont'd.  Movie:  war  Cont'd.  T^ewi  confd.  Head. Hunters  Patsy Oallant  Tftliio^OnTbreiia  Truly American  Over nnsy  Julia Child  ~S~o*Aino "Streot  Cont'd,  Mr, Rogers  Klootrlo Co,  CHANNBL 11  Nowm  Adam-12  Movlei  Capo Fear  "Corifcir  Cont'd.  Popeye  Banana SpJUs_  12  CHANNBL  Donuliue  Confd,  All In Family  M.A.fi.II.  CHANNBL 12  All My'flhlldron  Cont'd.;  Vancouver  Cont'd,  gntudioTfJiiB  Ink Cavett  Nows  Newsmakers  {Super iftsrs  Leave to Denver  I Lovo Lucy  Part. Famli]  Love Experts  Tin Tao Dough  Match Oamo  My a Sons  Paper Chasa  Cont'd.  News  W? ffWit ���,  >nt'  News  ���Sffltffc  uauTali  -._. ifo-Jtet*-  Confdr  Cont'd.���.-,^  a��� ilonnlea  Movie:  Pumping  Jean   ~mWX  I/oTn'Sw!  ir  INinorama  Olillgan's Island  I Lovo Lucy  Andy Griffith  'Contft  Cont'd.  Rocket Robin  Spiderman  unci  ons  Heroes  liart  73o  Da    ,  Jokar  ����itl7 Junction  lollywnod fiqs,  -Jowl  onfd.  Bovioi  Where,the R*4  Fern Grows  <gpnfay.a...-..,~..-:.,.-  nTShpw  Newlywed Qame  "Crossw  -Met***  Cont'd.  Cont'd  vW  on  Carol hiirhett  Bon Newhart  Vancouver  Confd.  IKln  Now*  Dating OAme  Odd Couple  ��� flWtfffTff   Up��talrs> ,  Downstairs  On the Hun  ,rftf-HiH?Th  OonfTT    "~  Mverns, Shirley  Movlei  Qrand Theft  Buses  TCuTo  Cont'd,  Sijorts Page  I  ��� Two v prolific.,.entertainers who ,have Farm, in Ladner;: Variety's,Treatment  appeafMohipagt ^iety Club Telethons Centre  for  Children   in  Surrey   and  and thrQe\wgLl-lcn6wn:radio personalities Variety's. Beywick; Centre'on the UBC  will be an^gjth^headliners to appear on campus. ^This, wiU,bet ,the sixth Telethon  -thiayear'if^hourU^ McGrath and his  will be televised Uve from the stage of , feathered frienb\ Big BTrct  Vancouver's-'Qu^en Elizabeth Theatre  over the BCTV.^hetwork February 17 and  18.      '   ���: '> v" 4   7 '    .  Rolf Harris and Bob McGrath are the  first performers \irho were identified today  by the show's producer, Peter Barnett.  They will be only two'of many star, attractions who will be asking British  Columbians to help to build a new  ��� Children's Hospital.. Both Harris and  McGrath are familiar.'to these audiences.  The three radio personalities are Al  Davidson and Rick Honey, fronvCKNW,  and Roy Hennessy from CKLG. The three  of them will be sharing duties as masters  of ceremonies for the extravaganza, when  as many as 50 different acts will be trying  to help British Columbia's handicapped  children. - , ..  Rolf is the versatile and talented  Australian entertainer whose unique  songs have become world-famous in past  years. He has had his own weekly variety  show on the CTV network for the past  three years and this will be his fourth  appearance at a Variety Club Telethon in  Vancouver.  McGrath is the star of the Sesame,  Street children's program which  probabaly has a youth viewing audience  throughout North America which is  numbered in the millions. Bob has been  associated with various Variety Club  projects in British Columbia ��� Variety  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  McGrath occupies two important roles  in each Telethon ��� he is a star/attraction  himself, and he also takes, charge' of the  The Garden Corner  Persuading Nature's soil  ByLGuy Symonds  T  PageC-4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, .February 7,1979  For the last couple of weeks this Corner    has been dealing with the fascinating  21-hour show,,when many local acts are  included. . , ��� ,  Producer Barnett said he didn't expect  to be able to complete the lineup for the  Telethon until the end of the month.  Auditions .were held at the Commodore s  Cabaret January 15 and 16 and Barnett  said as loo'dif ferent entertainers appeared  before Telethon directors.  Barnett has been involved in the  production of the past 12 Variety Club  Telethons and he said this was the largest  pool of talent ever to step forth as volunteers to assist the club's province-wide >  fund-raising projects.  "It will be difficult to make final  selections from this list," Barnett said,,  ' "but we are assure of a socko hit with this  kind of interest."   .  He added that many mayors in various  sectors of the province have proclaimed  f February 12-18 to be Variety Club week  and the effortto raise the final portion of  Variety's $5-miliion Children's Hospital  .commitment is nearing avalanche  proportion.  "The club has $3.2-million in trust right  now and we nave .until 1980 to raise the  rest," Barnett said.  Sunnycrest  Centre.  Gibsons  886-9111  tw  1  2  6  4  3  5  8  10  .15.  7  17  20  -11-  14  18  13  12:  -+6-  24  27  22  25  28  19  21  23  26  TW  1 TOO MUCH HEAVEN Bee Gees  2, MY LIFE Billy Joel  3 DON'TTHROW IT ALL AWAY Andy Gibb  . 4 SHARING THE NIGHTTOGETHER  Dr. Hook  5 YOU DON'T BRING ME FLOWERS Streisand/Diamond  6 ILOVETHENIGHTLIFE Alicia Bridges  7 HOLD THE LINE Toto  8 YMCA Village People  9 DA YA THINK I'M SEXY Rod Stewart  10 TIME PASSAGES  ., Al Stewart  11 HERE COMES THE NIGHT 77 , Nick Gilder  12 -SEPTEMBER E.W.F.  13 LOTTALOVE Nicolette Larson  -1-4���OOH BABY BASY TTTrrrrTTrrrTTTTTrITTTTIiriaa Ronstodr  JJL_jMjgj?AjmiyitJARK:~^^^  16 THE MOMENTTHATITTAKES ,      ..      .  ..Trooper  17 WE'VE GOT TONIGHT          BobSeger  18 RIGHT DOWN THE LINE  Gerry Rafferty  19 ALIVE AGAIN ���������.������. 7 ������,..,��� .\.. .777 ..,���������.. .Chicago  20 FIRE..,, ' Pointer Sisters  21 EVERY I's A WINNER  .. ..Hot Chocolate  22 PROMISES   Eric Clapton  23 WAS IT YOU  ....;..  -k Stonebolt  24 SHAKE IT            Ian Mathews  25' WHENEVER I CALL YOU FRIEND  .Kenny Logglns  26 DOUBLE VISION ; Foreigner  27 HOW MUCH I FEEL     Ambrosia  28 SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT ., '...!... Barry Manllow  29 SOUL MAN  Blues Brothers  30 STRANGEWAY   Fl ref a II  material that stands between organic life  ��� including us ��� and annihilation. We ������  were trying to show the why and the how of.  analysing the soil and the factors that  contribute to the particular condition.  Once we realize that there is nothing  accidental or haphazard about-the way  Nature works we can go further and find  out what we can do about persuading her  to do things our way. So we give the soil,  from whatever sources we can find it,  . whatever is needed to produce the results ,  . we;want. In other words we fertilize it.  Fertilizers, come in two kinds, organic  and inorganic. Organic fertilizers are,  broadly speaking, the residue of animal  and vegetable life while the inorganics are  derived from chemicals.  'There-is always an ongoing controversy  about which of these two is better both for  production and for the soil. Some even -  contend that the taste of vegetables raised .  .without chemicals is better.than-that'  which is fed with inorganic fertilizer. It  has to be agreed that there are pretty  , convincing arguments on both sides, up to  a point.  The actual fact is that the plan cannot  discriminate between the origin or the  \ sources of the food it seeks. It only knows  that it needs certain elements available in  a form in which they can be used to  produce certain results of growth maturity  and reproduction. So really it does not care  if the nitrogen, for instance, corned from  sulphate of ammonia or from decayed  manure as far as the need is concerned.  -The same with every other dish that is-  placed on its meal table.  Now here we may be accused of over  simplification. The relation between plant  and soil is so complex and involves so  many factors, it is completely impossible  to sort it all out in casual fashion. The  whole matter of photosynthesis and the  consequent chain of amazing results, for  instance, makes the humblest weed a  marvellous chemical laboratory. So we  ���must-perforce-keep-it-simple,���humbly-  acknoledging our inadequacies.  The big difference between the  inorganics and the organics is that, while  the former supply the food, they cannot  supply the means of conveying it to the  plant. There is the whole area of bacterial  action, for instance, that can only develop  where there is organic material in the soil.  Water retention and soil aeriation are a  couple more factors that inorganic fertilizers cannot interest. In other words,  they lack the humus that stores the food  ���and eonditions4he^oUvOn-the other handp  the organic fertilizers are slower in action���|  and often lack the trace elements of  minerals the plants need.  So one must come to the conclusion  __jjbe is not-concerned with casualties  1��6mT��TwaIWu!iesrShe^  .to grow strawberries atthe rate of several  tons to the acre, but just some here and  some there���with riochance of the species  being wiped out by over-harvesting.'"*  Man, on the other hand, demands lots of  everything right now ��� so, what is the use  of ever) pretending that we can live as  Nature dictates? The fact is that without  the chemical fertilizers,, and the much  maligned pesticides, we could not feed the  world's population.  So we come to the point that having  perceived the problem, having by analysis  determined what our soil lacks to produce  what we want, we supply it by taxing  several steps... 1  First, see that the pH factor is  favorable.Then make sure that the condition of the soil Is such as to take the most  advantage of the food we are going to put,  into it by providing enough humus.  Finally, use the fertilizers in their most  easily available form, including the  ; chemical ones, to ensure healthy growth  and development.  Garden club meets Feb. 7  The Sechelt Garden Club will hold its , tend these meetings without obligation to  first meeting otthe year Wednesday in St. join, but a sincere welcome is extended to  Hilda's Church Hall at 7:30 p.m. - new members.  The aim of the Club is to promote better The topic for February 7 is the  gardening and, to achieve this, speakers hybridixation of roses and gladiolus. Come  and demonstrations are a part of each - - to learn how modern types of flowers have  ~meeting.~Any Interested "perraohTSiay*at-   bem~developeck  .Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons.  "FOR THE' FINEST IN  DINING PLEASURE"  ���AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD  'WESTERN FOOD   Served Promptly & Courteously.  WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION  TO OUR STAFF, RONALD CHOY, of HONG KONG,  WITH 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN CHINESE CUISINE  ������ Business Hours: Tues-Thur-4 pm-11 pm  Fri & Sat-4 pm-12 pm  Sun 4 pm-9:30 pm  (Closed Mondays)  For Take ouj & Delivery Menu - check your mail box next week.  FREE HOME DELIVERY (within Village of Gibsons) "Your Fully  Licensed & Family Restaurant". "*  J  that neither the one nor the other can  supply all the answers. The soil must be  kept in condition by the presence of humus  which is of course organic, and the plant  must be given its food. This is best done by  short circuiting the natural process and  coming directly to the end desired.  One of the points to be considered in  reconciling these arguments is that we do  not run our lives as Nature apparently  expects us to. She does not care if it takes a  hundred or a thousand years to produce or  change something.  Sunshine Coast Business Directory  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  JAMIESON AUTOMOTIVE  Part* * Sa\mt * Service  ' Rotor Lather Service lor Disc Brakes  and Drum Broke*  " Valvq and Seat Grinding  ��� All Makes Serviced      DaUun Specialists  Gibsons  Phone 886-7919  ECONOMY AUTO PARTS LTD.  Automobile, Industrial  and Body Shop Supplies  Sechelt  885-6181  BLASTING  Ted's Blasting t Contracting Ltd.  ALL WORK FULLY INSURED  * Basements * Driveways * Septic Tanks  Stumps * Ditch Lines  ���   - -Coll tor o treeestimate anytime      <��'>��� ������  ���03-2734      "Air Track Available"      8S3-23IS  TEDOONLEY PENDER HARBOUR  BUILDING SUPPLIES  A.C. RENTALS * BUILDING  SUPPLY LTD.  All Your Building Needs'  Madeira Park Phone 883-2585  CHIMNEY SWEEPS  BE SAFEI  Have Your Chimney Cleaned Now  FOR ALL CHIMNEYS & OIL STOVES  Call Lee Christian  883-9171  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  Raffle Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  CONTRACTORS  CM. CONTRACTING  Painting A Insulation  Free Eilmotes  You Name It ��� We'll Do It  885-9272  Box IBB3, Sechelt, B.C.  RAY'S TRUCKING  Gravel * Fill * Dralnrock  SERVING PiNDER HARBOUR  885-5260  M.W. TRANSPORT  t BULLDOZING SERVICES  Q'EA'rtlNO-EXCAVATION.TRUCKINO '  Complete Site Preparation  Murray Warman Half moon Bay  885-5648  CONTRACTORS (cont'd)  J.B. EXCAVATING CO. LTD.  886-9031  Dump Truck ��� Dackhoe ��� Cot  Water, Sower, Drainage Installation  land Clearing  FREE ESTIMATES  ���Mn__��__aaB_-_-a-_-m��HBapB-m_m��_--*_mm��an_B��B  DISPOSAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD.  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Tel: 886-2938 or 885-9973  * Commercial Containers Available  ELECTRICIANS  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Residential S Commercial Wiring  - Pole Line Installations  Electric Heating  Ron Sim 885-2062  Invitations and Announcements  sThank You and At Home Folders  IMonogram and Name Informals  JReception-and Response Cards  |MEnvelopes with Return Address  Hhank You Cards.',.;������  |Social Ticket, Refreshment Tickets  I Bridal Showers, Birth Announcements  I Social and Business Announcements  ; Book Matches  | Napkins  Cake Bags, Cake Boxes  Charms, Bracelets, Jewelry  Cake Knives, Cake Litters, Glasses  JThank-You Scrolls, Rings, Place Cards  ] Personalized Wedding Scroll  | Wedding Memory Books  Rick Sim  HEATING  SECHELT METAL PRODUCTS  LTD.  GENERAL SHEET METAL  Domestic, Commercial, Industrial heating  ond Air conditioning.  885-2466.  FLOORING ��� CABINETS  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  Kitchen Cabinets   ,  Specialists In Remodelling  886-9411  Showroom In Twilight Theatre, Gibsons  KENDeVRIESiSONLTD.  PLOORCOVIRINOS  CARPETS ��� TILES ��� LINOLEUMS ��� DRAPES  GIBSONS ft SICHELT  885-3424  LANDSCAPING  ' ��� ���  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO    Free Estimates  (Bango) 885-5033  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping �� Pruning ���* Shaping  Willie Tokahashl  Call otter six 885-9890  BLACKTOP PAVING  BLACKTOP PAVING  MACHINE LAID  PACIFIC PAVING CO.  433-4603 FREE ESTIMATES.  DISCOUNT ON GROUP JOBS.  PAINTING  ANDY'S PAINTING  Professional Interior t Exterior Painting  Free Estimate  Commercial A Residential  '     "   885-5407  PEST CONTROL  PIED PIPER COMPANY LTD.  BONDED PEST CONTROL SERVICES  call Paul M. Bulman at 434-6641  70s 1 Gllley Ave, Burnaby  REFRIGERATION  BILL ROBERTS  REFRIGERATION AND  AIRCONDITIPHINO  over 23 Years Experience  Government licensed  883-9461 or 88 3-2648  serving the entire sunshine ceest  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS A EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  Automotive Tools, Pumps, Generators,  and Compressors  Highway 101 883-2585  at Francis Peninsula Road  ROOFING  ROOFLAND ROOFING PRODUCTS  Your One-Stop  Roofing Supply Centre  886-2489  TIRES t  COASTAL TIRES  Sunshine Coast Highway  Box 13, Olbsons, B.C.  8*64700  SALES ft SERVICE  All Brands Available  Monday Jo Saturday, 8;30am to 530 pm'  Friday evening by appointment only  WELL DRILLING  WELL DRILLING  Pumps & Equipment  883-9072  3 p.m. to lOp.m,  >' J���  \   '?  us  Wednesday, February 7,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-5  THE BRITISH COLUMBIA RESOURCES  INVESTMENT CORPORATION  (First of two parts).  By PATRICK DURRANT  On August 6, 1979, most people in  British   _ Columbia     will     become  resources   development   in   British  Columbia.        -.-���     - " ���  The pace and extent of the corporation's future growth will hinge on its  success in raising additional capital. As a  first step, it will offer common shares  shareholders ura publiclyowned company���fronrits 1reEC3urjra1rarpriee~to~ Ire-fin"  whose shares will trade on the Vancouver   nounced_later. ..They.  Stock Exchange.  The company is the British Columbia  Resources Investment Corporation  (BCRIC). It was created by the present  provincial government to take over  several corporate investments that had  been acquired from private interests by  the previous NDP adniinistration. BCRIC  also acquired from the government a  licence to explore for oil and gas oh Crown.  lands in northeastern B.C.  Who will be entitled to receive the  shares? Exactly what assets does the  corporation own? And what will ownership  of the shares mean to the citizens of this  province?  Everyone who is a Canadian citizen; or  has applied for citizenship, and who has  lived in B.C. for at least one year is eligible  for five free shares. Those age 16 and over  will apply in their own names; for children  under 16, application will be made by the  mother or guardian; children under one  year are eligible if they were born in B.C.  and have lived here since birth.  Also eligible are people who are ordinarily residents but are temporarily  absent from the province ��� for example,  students attending school elsewhere.  Applicants for the shares will have to  furnish some identification, such as a  driver's licence, as evidence of eligibility.  Rulings on eligibility in individual cases  will be made by government agents  throughout the province.  About March 15, B.C. residents will  receive in the mall a letter from the  government describing how they can  apply-for the five free shares,"and how  they can subscribe, if they wish, to purchase additional shares to a maximum of  5,000 per person. Applications for shares  will be accepted until June 15.  The corporation paid the government  $151,532,950, in the form of a demand note,  when the assets were transferred to it. The  price was set following an appraisal of the  ' assets by four investment fii  The government is now exchanging  -that-tlemand note for 15-millioh BCRIC���I  common shares, of which approximately  12 million are to be given to the residents  of B.C. For the time being, the government  will hold three million snares, or 20 per  cent of the corporation's initial  capitalization.  According to BCRIC's president, David  Helliwell, the gross value of the corporation's assets (before deducting the  liabilities of its subsidiaries) now exceeds.  $400 million. Their "book" value ��� that is,  the value at which they are carried in  ���BCRIC^&balanefrsheeMessliabilitie  between $150 nnlhon and $180 niillion.  These assets consists of: ~  . ��� 9,888J203 shares, or 81 per cent of the  outstanding common stock, of Canadian  however, be  priced at a discount from their appraised  book valued which is in the range of $10-$12  per sharea.  ., The provincial government's initial 20  per cent interest in BCRIC will be reduced  subsequently to the extent that additional  "shares are purcih^edTby'thTpublicrThe"  government .wilLnqt.be, represented in  BCRIC's management or on its board of  directors. ,   '  At the next annual meeting, following  completion of the share issue, the new  public,shareholders will elect their own  board of directors (a shareholder must  own ariMsTlOOT-egisterea Shares to be  entitled to vote,on the company's affairs)..  Prime Retail or Office Space hp be  constructed in Loner (/ibsons.  Prospeciire tenants contact CEOR(,E  (,IA.\X.lkOS after 'AiOO p.m.. Ml(>-22(>tl.  >'    j    ~^r  -     \       ���* V  Cellulose Co. Ltd. (CanCel). This company  , operates pulp mills at Prince Rupert and  Castlegar, and its sales are expected (o  exceed $200 million in 1979. The present  market value of BCRIC's shareholding in  CanCel is approximately $84 million.  ���100 per cent of the common shares of  Kootenay Forest Products Ltd., a  medium-size lumber and plywood  manufacturer located near Nelson. Its  annual sales are approximmtely $25  million.  ���100 per cent of the common shares of  Plateau Mills Ltd., a lumber producer  near Vanderhoof, also with sales in the $25  million range.  ��� 3,471,375 shares, or 10 per cent of the  stock, of Westcoast Transmission Co. Ltd.  Westcoast owns and operates a natural  gas pipeline from northeastern B.C.,  supplying customers (such as B.C. Hydro)  in the sourthern portion of the province,  and in the U.S. northwest. It Is also a  partner in the Alaska Highway gas  pipeline project. This Investment has a  market value of approximately $41.6  million.  ��� Oil and gas rights, which cover 2.3  million acres in the general Fort St. John-  Fort Nelson areas. They entitle BCRIC to '  enter into exploration agreements on the  Land ��� called "farmouts" ������ with other  companies. BCRIC ls precluded by Us  charter from doing any work itself ��� its  partners (the "farmees") do the drilling  at their own expense, In return for which  they can earn an interest in the acreage  and in any oil and gas that may be  produced. '  The ultimate value of this acreage will  depend on tho success of the various  drilling programs. Helliwell announced  recently that gas had been found in the,  first of three wells currently drilling tho  Fort St. John area. No further details are  available yet  BCRIC's present incomo comes  primarily from dividends paid by CanCel  and Westcoast Transmission. Based on the  current dividend rates of these two firms.  BCRIC's shareholdings generate about  $5.7 million in annual Income, This Income  is not subject to Income tax, Incidentally,  because dividends paid by one Canadian  company to another aro not taxable In the  hands of the recipient company.  Helliwell has described BCRIC'b Investment mix as "a blend of income yield  (Westcoast Transmission), immediate  earnings growth potential (Canadian  Cellulose), and high return-high risk  pot*mUal^oaju^ga*wtlvlty)M.  BCRIC doe* not intend to ".Und pet"  on Its present asset base. Its president has  said It will seek out further opportunities  for investment���it is possible these could  be  In manufacturing  as well as  In  /  ��i  C01I6H  m  *v-  ns  -\tf*  vs  18  $  vvttf��w  ot  vAtU  \to��  250  30>  $  withc  550  CVievtV  f\a*o  uteA  16 oi-  Htf  \vx&  Source  34V ��*  %*  **Ts  **<fL;  $-���  ***'  Si  ��is  *��  **>>  ;��i  *>  .'V  ��B*  KkV  \��**  V&ft  tftV  O^  cOafefl/^  (A Q/teot Selection oj'Cawte, Candy,  jftdnces .'.�� Qijts  oW 'tXliese Spectafe  SPECIAL  MILK BATH & BODY FRAGRANCE  CHARLIE CONCENTRATED COLOGNE SPRAY 22oz  ENGLISH LEATHER AFTERSHAVE r  |We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities  3*%n  -3U.  SPECIAL  $6.00  SPECIAL  ��  &  GIBSONS  Sunnycrait Shopping Contra   'T"'OIIfIfliilCB|X.* ' u ""  686-2921  IWejjterrtOr^^  ������}��������������  SECHELT  Tr#r*ayiwair  59Ct1#lt| B.C*  883-91333  ! PageC-6  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, February 7,1979  The GWbBaa" '77 "7"r~'~~ ~~7 7    7 "  emergency meal  By Arm  '"Gwnesf a" day'when an old-fashioned  blizzard works itself up to^a pitch, tfieT  grocer informs you "No deliveries today",  or the doorbell brings unexpected company��� a complete meal in reserve is a  situation saver. Such a meal should be on.  the family doesn't mind having repeated  now and then. If you've room, keep .the  making for two. Take stock occasionally to  make sure your meals are always  available for immediate service.. Don't-  borrow from it unless the emergency is  justifiable.     -' ��� .  For those who cherish a waffle iron,  there's no better fill-in meal than, a waffle  supper. Keep the following ingredients on  hand for-your Jayor^gt r^i��-e^pa^aged  waffle mix"��� maple or dark corn syrup, a  jar of chicken or chipped beef, one or more  flavors or packaged gelatine dessert,  several cans of fruit, salad, dressing,, and -  incidentals that are always on hand ���  milk, butter or margarine, lettuce, etc.  EMERGENCY MEAL ;  crjsp waffles :     '  creamed chicken or chipped beef  molded gelatin fruit salad ring  hot beverage  Got the blues?  Want to get away from  it all?  Take a walk!  pamapanmni  Walk aHock.Today.  MEAL. FROM THE FREEZER  Pretty nice to bTable to go to the  freezer and select a good dinner. Select  two frosted Vegetables���might be spinach  and corn ��� and enough frosted fish fillets  for a family.meal. Frosted strawberries  from your cache make a shortcake  possible. Your list should include ��� one  large can tomato juice; one package of  crackers, prepared biscuit mix for  shortcake and the usual mealtime needs ���  butter, milk, eggs, salad greens and  dressings. -  FREEZER RAID DINNER  tomato juice ��� crackers ' ' \  baked fish fillets  spinach with hard-boiled eggs  buttered .corn ��� mixed green salad  bread and butter    ��� i  strawberry shortcake  . hot beverage       ,  A good: combination from canned and  packaged supplies,        .   ,.  OLAM AND ONION SOUP  Empty one can (10% oz,) minced clams  , and one can of condensed onion soup into a  saucepan. Add half cup.water, dash of  tabasco. Simmer for five minutes to blend  the flavors! Pour into cups and top with  toasted .slices of French bread sprinkled  with Parmesan cheese.  YANKEE ENCHILADAS  Bake a package of corn bread as  directed. Heat canned chili con came  piping hot. Shred some lettuce, put some  v on each plate. Split a square of the baked,  corn l)read, arrange on the lettuce, pour  the chili over the cornbread. Shredded  lettuce does something for hot food. No  : wonder good Mexican cooks use-it that  way so often.  Art center busy   Plant sale,  quarter trail  Fund raising for Special Effects will  -eontinue-ivith-a^Gigantic-Plant-Sale-with  cAr Snclianting Qtjt {/torn Hawaii  A real Hawaiian flower preserved in  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES & SERVICE  IN THE W OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:30 pm  885-9816  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  <____> Mark of Quality  APPLIANCES ft TELEVISIONS  Attend  the Church  of  i ���  your choice  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.-tSt. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15 a.m.���Gibsons  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  All in St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay .  ,Phone_ .885-3157. .886^1882,   Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. T.Nicholson,Pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's/Gibsons  9:00 a.m. Our Lady, of Lourdes, on'  the Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.mrat The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt.  12 noon at St. Mary's Church in Gibsons  ^^siAju^*  agricultural products, chickens, etc.  featured to be held at the new Art Centre  April 7..  A novel idea, a "Trail of Quarters" will  be started at Trail Bay Shopping Centre  and finish at the new Art Centre on  Saturday, June 19.  .* On Timber Days weekend, a final  activity for this committee will be a Great  Garage Sale and possibly an auction.  The committee wish to thank Harry  Almond and all those who so kindly  donated to the Molly Almond Memorial  Fund. /  The total on hand for the building fund  is now.$1,224.56. Any tax-deductible  donations may be made to "Art Centre  Trust Fund", PO Box 1753, Sechelt, B;C.  '; Next meeting for the committee is  February 15 at 1:30 p.m. to be held in  Murray's Studio.  7} Opening day will be Wednesday,  February 7, We hope you will like our new  location. ��� Miss Bee's, Sechelt.,  Parkay  MARGARINE   $1"  3lbs   _h  Kraft ^ ^ _ji  ICHEEZ WHIZ       $179  wo*             m  Kraft  CHEESE SLICES  process, 2/3 oz. singles  lib           Nabob  TEA BAGS  125s .:   I Green Giant  CREAM CORN ,9t  i4fi.oz         2 for  24 Carat gold with Black and pink  coral pearls.  You must see these beautiful & unique gifts.  *    > i  Various prices ��� all under $20.00.  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons,  886-2525  Niblets : ���  KERNEL CORN  . 1.2 f i. ox 2 for   t_* '���*,<.'  'Mi  COFFEE  Regular or Drip  1 Ib   Ellison  FLOUR  20 lbs.  All Purpose  $089  $079  Ay,mer *__* A**  VEGETABLE SOUP $100  lon.oi 4 for Jb  libby's  TOMATO JUICE  6-1/2 oz.  6 pack   $119  Green Giant  WAX BEANS  Cut  Ufl.oz.  2 for  Austral  APRICOTS  14f|.oz.   V  2 for  Red Seal " ^ ��� ���  COHOE SALMON   $129  7-3/4ozi. .7         JL  |Kellogg's A^.-U.  RICE KRISPIES    $159  750 ml,,.      JL  Quik 4_*\_4___m*-  INSTANT CHOCO. $J4��  21b.��� v...       Mm    .  Tung Orange,  FLAVORCRYSTAL  4x31/4oz   , ,   7    ��� ��� .'  Bee Maid  HONEY $P  Natural, Unpasteurized, 3 lbs. .,.    1#  Quick As A wink  CAKE MIX .J100  3 for  X  8oz.  >>**ti*��iit|t��<iiiiit  PUreX *mMW-  BATHROOM TISSUE $P  Scott ��,_����,  PAPER TOWELS   $1Q9  Twin Pack    JL   , V���" :���: r���< '��� : ������' :   Scott  PAPER NAPKINS  60's   1  Cut-rite  WAXED REFILLS  100'...   Sunlight ir*_e___-��.ifc  DETERGENT PDR. $979  2.4kg ...        ��m  Glad  GARBAGE BAGS  40's ���.,,       Ivory  SOAP  4 Bar Pack, 400 gr  Purina  PJIP  Staffords  PIE FILLINGS  Cherry or Blueberry  l��o*   Robin Hood  PIE CRUST MIX  19 oz. .  iii*ti  } jer��e m^JWjmiYWr     MLmm  ee*s~w    e~t^~w ^^ewsw*-^       ewes& ^^^^^^^^^^^~~w *_  a__\\W\\\asW  robuMiiy 0, 9, 10, 19/9  n n f, 1 n ������> 1  ITHAIL BAY CENTRE. SECHELTl  mil  <)fl?1    |lr,L-...y  Bll!><?IH2  Moot Dopi  WE RESERVE rm: RIGHT IO UMEI QUANTITIES

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