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Array v  Serving fheSunshifmCpSsi/CH&^e Sound~to-Jervis Ipl.!)   locl^uding Port Mellon'hopkfn.Uanding, Granthams--landing: Gibsons =Rpberts Creek  Wilson Creek  Sejmo f_rk, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay   Secret Cove   Pender Hib    Modeiro Park   Garden Bay   Irvine s Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont  S.SIIIISHH  .LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  ^^l>--VSHM-_|lll��-SMH>---��M--��M--a-B^-aa---W-^  .Volume17 ��� No, 16   ^|S^231  Union cfsS>^w^fLabel-"   "  22l>ages ��� 20c Copy  Tyee pilots in favor of strike action  companies on the Coast in both hours and  wages," the spokesman said.  Tyee Airways Ltd. operator Al Campbell said.Saturday a meeting scheduled for  Unionized pilots in Local 115 of the  International Union of Operating  ISngineerath-it fly f<_rfyee-Airwayshere  have ovemheln-ingly injected the company offer in favor of possible strike action; , ,   '  Though   consultation   is  continuing,  rconcilliation. union spokesman W_g^^^  ''There is no Irninent threat of a stike at  this time," he added. 7  The contract talks are under federal  -and-not-provinclaMtirlSdictlon,The-said,  and the vote for strike action was taken  -within the past two-weeks. -   ,  ~ At issue in the contract talks are hours   union wages "no doubt we are behind;!'   iweather*' thaf inhibit flying schedules."  of work and wages. He said the Campbell River company �� [ "We are really not,far off (in wage  "We~ai^asl--hXf6FMi-tFwith other���hM their-campetition "unde^contH>li^>ut |pai?ityHriththe small airlines," Campbell  *_.        . *^_    ..   . .       .hat In &<_fth_>1-   <>���__  i_am_> tltin__i__Hi\t_ar_t     :t_Ai.__A '  that in Sechelt "we have fluctuations of fadjied.  Resident calls Gibsons marina  He indicated the company's wage offer  was "within reason pretty darn close" to  parity with West Coast Air out of Van-  couver harbor and airport. ���  But he said if the union wanted parity  with either Gulf Air or Campbell River Air  A recent statement from the Gibsons ^Gibsons resident Frank Bnaithwaite.  Marina and Harbour development com-  /Braithwaite app^edijpore-Gibsons  -i-dttee-attempt-ng^o-cla-i-y-the^V-llage-^coundl last Tuesday to astquestions and  council's position regarding the proposed : finally, register his objection to the  marina raised more questions fro-n_-marinai4r- ~"  ? " -���     Despite assurances the 443-berth  {rai-Finawillnot be built if it cannot support  itself, Braithwaite said, "It's my opinion  that this (itiarina) will be a white elephant  : and the village will have topay for it., <  _^__"Eve^,w!th the^feasibility stucjy, you  - won'tTOK^Tf' it will be self-supporting  until inbuilt." ,  ��,'   Braiwwaite claimed there was ia slump  �� A trip that is perhaps a once-in-a-       The students, on condition, they   confident they can raise, Peacosh said.    ; ^ the boatmg.business and a few phone  lifetime experience was approved for 27   maintain good grades ahd attendance, will       Peacosh said it was a "tremendous   &lUs "to maifoias in Vancouver show they  Pender Harbour high school students last   fly to Toronto June 3 for a seven-day   opportunity to see a large city like   all have vacancies with the exception of  Thursday by School District No/48   "extended experience." Toronto," where he lived and taught for 11 , feerma^s ���ove.  trustees.  : -^enderffobourt*^erWck^acoshr-ye^  who will accompany the students with   "���*- -*������*-*- �������- ��*-���� -����� ������� IU ^ ��*<���������� ***��*.-  w��* ��"u^  PH students get chance at  once-in-lifetime tripMast^  .t) ft  ��  ��  >  f ���<  ys,<  V  ��s^  /*���        V-       jS-w  teacher Paul Levinge, told the board the  trip is funded by a $10,800 grant from Open  House Canada, which pays the airfare  from Vancouver to Toronto.  Another $10,800 grant pays the fare for  West Toronto High School students to visit  Pender Harbour students later in June.  The only other money needed is $35.75  per student and teacher and other oufrof-_  pocket expenses, which the stwfentsTare  Toronto students and the stolwffl soon ^ c(me fo 0ibsons?��� he asked. "This is  be providing Pender Harbour with a ^ ^ eiT^^iehody from Vancouver  resume of events. would g-^ fo���� r -,  ' They wfll make field trips around ,w^.~J;-. . ' .. ,u . ' ^  Toronto - to Fort York and Flat Creek , Ajd; 1***? Trainor said that of 200  Village, withpossible side trips toNiagara 'provisional applications 120 were from  FallsT Stratford and Stelco. -        ; Vancouver boaters.  v  Pender Harbour students would like to \.�� "I would like people to realize when  make a trip to Ottawa where they hope to ^voting l;hese. applicafibhs are not valid,"  tour the parliament buildings with local l * :'\_ }? ���^ee Page A-3  "MP"JacirPearaall;      '   "^7     77       ^        ' ~^7   ;v���-���^ p���  j?*  l*h  0  group  't: -  HIGH-FLYING KITES were order 61 day Friday as Sechelt   Park lor contest. Clear skies and slight breeze made  Elementary, youngsters like this converged on tfackett   day ideal and six-foot-long "D-6" got the prize for size.  |,   Dennis ^Fitzgerald was elected chair-  ;, man of the Roberts Creek Community  g^ssociation. at their annual general  meting March 21.  '% replaces outgoir^ chairman Dennij^  Davison, who was elected to a trustee1  positioji. . ^  Gail\ Cromie was chosen as the  association's new secretary, and Charles  Barnes was, elected vice-chairman. Bill  Lamb remains as treasurer.  A report from the association's Ways  and Means Committee showed/ that the  committed raised $6,243 before disbursements in fiscal year 1978. This yielded a  net income of $3,911, of which $3,000 has  been placed iii tenr. deposit. The committee is charged with fund-raising for the  Creek's community hall-gymnasium  project.'^'.',;'"  Members deferred acceptance of the  association's annual financial statement  pending consolidated reporting of accounts.  The association's next general meeting  will be April 18.  No school weed-killers  Herbicides will not be used to  control weeds at local school yards,  school district No. 46 trustees decided  last Thursday.  A letter from Egmont Community  School Society urging the board to  refrain from using herbicides prompted the decision.  The society learned that fence-lines  at the Egmont Community School were  scheduled for spraying over Easter.  Though only the fence-lines were to  be sprayed and a less potent herbicide  used, the society said it was still not  happy and would "gladly trim the  weeds under the fence."  Because of possible difficulty with  the union, the board agreed to accept  their offer '.'Where practicable" and  amended the original motion of not  spraying at the Egmont school to include all schools in the district.  "It doe. not mean we should (spray)  at other schools just because they have  not complained," trustee JoAnn Rot-  tluffsald.  Sorko to Ferries board  A Gibson! re&ldent withi3I years flying  experience has been appointed to the  board of directors for the B.C. Ferry  Corporation,  Captain J.K. Sorko attended hla first  monthly board meeting last week. Though  he said ho represents all of B.C., there are  "several little things" he has in mind to  improve the ferry service to the Sunshine  Coast, such aa Improving the connections  between Langdale and Earl's Cove.  Chairman of the board Transpdrtatiwi,  Communication and Highways minister  Alex Fraser said ho was "pleased that  Captain Sorko has agreed to act as  director as he has had a great deal of  experience in the transportation field and  is very knowledgeable of tho tran-  sjtortatton needs of our coast."  Captain, Sorko retired five years ago  after 28 years with CP Air.  Fools Day April Run  <*RRSU8t0-ArW��'��*doil ���is demonstrated br Madeira Park ambulance  volunteer at recent opening of fire-ambulance emergency centre in Pender  Harbour. Full-length feature story on the facility and services by Helen Parker  Inside.       7 \ ,  In only a few days we lucky residents of  tho Sunshine Coast will again have the  opportunity to witness��� and if we wish  take part in���one of the moot exciting and  admirable events that has to date occurred along these lovely shores,  local runners of all ages and abilities ���  ^,,^n,,��^I^,l.!.^^^,.���_^^la^,, ,^_  ambition) ��� will set out at 10 .a.m. from  Elphlnatono School to clock up tho miles  and give it their best lick to make it all the  way to Sechelt in the Second Annual April  Fool's Doy.Runl    ,, ;,. ;.....,, ',.,.   Words has it that there might even bo  spme "imports" in the run this year,  coming from as far away as Surrey; and  all Indications are that the event will be  who has been jogging, or who just enjoys a  bit of u run, la most cordially invited to join  the group and see how far you can make It.  You'll probably be surprised by the  results!  I  Carnival" last week paid p,U to a good^cause tor the Tight to put a lemon  meringue on the visage of school principal Tom Rothney who, in good style,  recovered with a smile, Teacher Paul Devlne helped organize, high-spirited  event with proceeds to sports equipment and student activities. pursuing  common sense  With all due respect to the medical  health', education, animal society,  and residential people who ' have  written to veterinarian Dr. Pat Perry  in support of a regional district dog  control program, we think the SCRD  board has enough to do at present  lwthbut-getting in to that job.  It would.seem that one of the  benefits people who choose to live  rurally deserve is at least a little  -freedom for-meh's-best-friend.   , In the villages, and especially in  the settlement of Jtoberts's Creek, it  would' appear ^flre" system - of  dogcatcher and dog pound could  serve as it.has done here in Gibsons,  Sechelt, and elsewhere. And since the  Roberts Creek area falls under  .regional jurisdiction,, the  arrangement could be made for  Gibsons animal control to cover the  'Creek as they do Sechelt village for a  half-day per week at a minimal cost..  In tine letters presented by Dr.  Perry to the SCRD board last month,  only one had a serious case of injury"  to a child by a dog. Admittedly, that is  one case too many and we wouldn't  like to see another.  A child can be victim, too, one  letter states, by eating dirt in  playgrounds that is contaminated by  dogs infested with round worm. The  Id could contract toxocriasis, and  tiibugh  the  letter,  from  medical  health officer Bruce Lang, says it is  'not usually serious", we wouldn't  "Gentlemen of the Jury, the best  friend a man has in the world may  turn against him and become his  enemy. His son or daughher that he  __has._rear.ed ..with- loving.. care_jnay.  prove ungrateful. Those who are  nearest and dearest to us. those whom  we-trust with our happiness and our  good name, may become traitors to  their faith.  "The money that a man had, he  may-lose. It flies nway from- him,-  perhaps when he needs it most.  "A. man's reputation may be  sacrificed in a moment of ill-  considered action. The people who  are prone to fall on their knees to do  us honor when success is with us may  be the first to throw the stone of  malice when failure settles its cloud  upon our heads.  "But the one absolutely unselfish  friend that a man can have in this  selfish world, the one that never  proves ungrateful or treacherous, is  his dog^A man's dog stands by him in  prosperity and ih poverty, ih health  and sickness.  . "He will sleep on the cold ground,  where the wintry winds blow and the  snow drives fiercly, if only he may be  near his master's side. H4 will kiss  the hand that has no food to offer. He  will lick the wounds and sores that  come in encounters with the  roughness of the world.  ' 'He guards the sleep of his pauper  master as if he were a prince. When  Music show  at Forum  Editor, The Times:  Last week during the Sunshine Coast  Music and Drama 'Festival numerous  performances were video-taped by the  Elphinstone Student Research Productions group. An edited version will be  j^eseritedTaf Ihe Community-Forum on-  Community Television as an example of  possible programming. The forum will be  held April 21 and 22.  We wish to thank the executive of the  festival for their co-operation and help.  Sincerely yours  Karl Johnson  7.ESRP Technical Crew  A federal  gfant-ftr^movir  J.H.f;  saJ_Jl��^i~*  Bewaring the Ides of March  _ r     ��� >    ' #       - '   and Manitoba pig farmers  lilce^to-see^ny^ases-of-that-disease���et-l-other-friends-desert, he remainsr  and  " It seems to have been *an annoying  week for many. The Ides of March, in spite  of glorious sunshine. The moon must be in  a peculiar phase. Nice people have had car  accidents, omelet pans have burned and if  you can bear to watch the news, everyone  is fighting. Strikers are fighting unions,  sports fishermen are furious with the  fisheries department over the banning of  the barbed hook. In the Queen Charlottes,  the Feds are battling the Provincial  forestry dept. over some trees and  arresting loggers. It seems a world gone  -quite mad and then ther.e-__-MaEgare_JL  resulting eithery  BiiTSattely^ihe public can be  educated to treat their animals for  worms and to control dogs that are a  potential danger to children1 and  others.  We think diseased and dangerous  When riches takes wings,  reputation falls to pieces, he is as  constant in his love as the sun in its  journey through the heavens.  7.. "If fortune drives the master forth  an outcast in the world, friendless and  'homeless, the faithful dog asks' no  ai_imab aite by far th^ of ac  that most Sunshine Coast residents  take rather good care of their pets.  The nuisance factor ��� dogs  spilling garbage cans especially ���  would seem to be the major complaint  bompanying him ��� to guard #im  against danger, to fight against 'Kis  enemies.  "And when the last scene of all  comes, and death take his master in  who has set the women's movement back  100 years.  I can't believe that the CBC is really  going to usurp Channel 9. Since I thought  Canada had some ties with Britain I have  never understood why it took an American  station to bring us the cream of British  theatre. We have enjoyed Henry the VIII,.  Elizabeth the Queen, the light-hearted fun  of Monty Python and so many diverse good  things. The CBC with a 2 BILLION annual  budget has made no effort to bring us  anything comparable.  Must we now suffer CBC Toronto on  three stations? If they must bump a staton  why not bump channel 11 which is rarely  clear. Oh well.. . how sad that to think  that all the plays of Shakespear and the  Boston Pops and such goodies are considered bad for us by the CRTC. Just think,  now we, can look- forward to Soup-Soup-  _-Supe_-_S-arJELeneJ---^^  nels.  Every time I turn on CBC radio I  realize that they are trying to make us see  that we have a large nation. It has not  occurred to those mental giants in Toronto  that we might be aware of this. So I seem  to be regularly treated to a lengthy visit  with a pig farmer in Manitoba, a cod-.  and that gripe would appear to be   its embrace and his body is laid away  centered in the  Roberts  Creek  locality.  Surely, without too much violent  reprisal against our canine comer  panions, the problem, such as it is,  could be handled at a neighborhood or  local level with some good old-  fashioned common sense.  .People have had both dogs and  children for a long time, as the ac-  comanying item illustrates, and we  don't think we should be saddling the  regional government with these  mundane problems when they have  more urgent work to do.  in the cold ground; no matter if all  other friends pursue their way, there  by the graveside will the noble dog be  found ���:��� his head between his paws,  his eyes sad, but open in alert watchfulness. The dog, faithful and true,  even in death."  While practicing law, George G*  Vest, U.S. senator 1878-1901, spoke  these stirring words in defence of a  farmer whose foxhound had been shot  by a neighbor. Senator Vest's  eloquence caused the jury to raise the  damages paid to the farmer from $200  to $500 ��� a great sum in those days.  A fine line  After "murb", the yen-mark-  franc-ruple?  ���by Bruce Robinson  gutter in Newfoundland or a fascintating  92-year-old Northern Ontario miner.  About as close to B.C. as they get would  seem to be the ramblings of a Northern  Saskatchewan chicken breeder . . . "and  we used to hev to wak 11 miles ta the  schoolhouse at 40 below tho sumtime a  neighbor wagon wud give us a lift but the  dust and blowin snow was bad on us ��� our  feet wrapped in newsprint and all and we  got five cent a month diggen .roots and  once I found a whole quarter an I bought  myoldmamascarfand..."  The interviewer, with a throat lull of"  plums, patronizes both us and the poor  interviewee.  I keep hearing that there is some good  stuff on the CBC but I must just tune in at  the wrong times. I believe that many of us  understand and love the prairies and have ������  ,^i8^^rfd ^��ut ***.��. *fc not tlie same  %-^Jfl^.pux.COJnltXv.^t^w ���.*   v^~a*"*- v       -~      m-^  !s/ s)ioved7d6wn our throats.r  theTbeaches ?  Editor, The Times:  If we follow the philosophy that public  recreation facilities-are for the-benefit of  the entire community, then we must  examine the issue of accessibility. JThere  are~la^e "ni-mbers ~of people in this  community (notably all those under 16  years of age) who are limited to making  use of recreation facilities .within walking  distance of their home.  K we locate all our recreation facilities  . in one place, we will have an elite group of  neighboring property owners who are able  to make extremely good use of them, while  lots of us are put off by the cost of taxif are  or the prospect of walking up the hill in the  rain.  It, would be nice__to_go_ to__the theatre  even if we can't make it to the swimming  pool as often as we'd like.  Fortunately, this extraordinary idea of  putting all our eggs in one basket has not  been followed to date and we have many  neighborhood recreational facilities.  Hopefully, the policy of scattering our  facilites will continue. If not, perhaps we  could apply for a federal grant to move the  beaches up to the recreation parcel, so  .that we can be sure of efficiency in the  maintenance of our recreation facilities.  -EHzaiyethrSKaw"  (B. Ph. Ed. (Recreation) UBC '68  Senior grants  ��� t-,/i .��(��  **&���������:  Elphie band comm, thanks  Editor, The Timnw: Band Committee we would like to thank all  On behalf of the Elphinstone Concert    tho people who helped to make our "coffee  nnd bake table", held at the Elphinstone  High School in cqnjunctlon with tho  Sunshine Const Music, Drnmn nnd Dnnco  Festival, such a'success.  A very special thank you goes to Ken's  Lucky Dollar, Andy's Drivo-ln, Elphinstone Coop and SuperValu for their kind  ^dOliattOMr-'"'"-'-^ "*--��(- ;������ -������-;-- ���-.���.-.  Also our sincere appreciation goes to  the mothers and band members who  provided the baking and helped nt tho  table,  Last but not least, thank* iollw staff at  Uiehlgh school for their beh) and kindness,  Yours sincerely,  Jcnn Craze  (Band Committee)  The Peninsula^Jdmek  Published Wednesdays a I Seehelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Const   , !v. ,. ...   The Peninsula Times  lor Wc-tprc. Publications Lid.  nt Sechelt. B.C.  IJox 310 ��� Sechelt. B.C.  VON M0  "'" ' ~" ' "~TOmii5TW5OTr~ ���-���  Oi'lice hours:"��:30a.m.  to 5 p.m, Tues.-Sat,  I  There is one distinct advantage to being '  a psychic who foretells the future; \  Predictions which prove wrong are mostly 1  forgotten, so aspiring seers escape un-!  scathed. Accurate guesses, however,  educated or otherwise, are the stuff of  which prophet's reputations are secured.  So because I have nothing to lose, and  because I might just gain the respect and  admiration of psychics throughout the  world, and perhaps even get a guest shot  on Merv Griffin, I am going to predict a  number of events which will occur in the  following 20 years.  If these predictions turn out to be fiction, and if some of you remember that  they were my work, you'll find that I can't  be traced. Without further adieu, then join  me at my crystal ball as I look at the last  two decades of this century.  1980. Idl Amjn will ojpen a fried  chicken franchise in Cleveland, using the  psuedonym, Big Al.  1081, The color purple will be found to  cause cancer in rhythm guitar players.  1982. A number will be found which ls  greater than three but less than four. The  number will bo called "murb", named by  its founder six-year-old Louie Boomchuk.  Boomchuk will be given a fellowship to  study at Harvard, and match classes at all  schools will be cancelled until it can be  determined how to Incorporate "murb"  Into the present mode of instruction.  1983. The McGeer-Vander Zalm public  relations firm w|U close its doors,fitter,  being in business for two weeks,  1984. (forgive mo, George) After  narrowly losing tho federal election to  Bruno Gerussl's Liberal government,  including I>on l.eo Jonathon as minister of  defence, Margaret Trudeau as minister of  foreign affairs, and Don Grnnbery as  assistant director, Joe Clark will get a  radio talk show where It really pays to say ~  nothing.  1985. The Vancouver Canucks and tho  B.C. Lions will combine forces, tlie new  tenm to bo called the B.C. Clucks. The  team will travel to different entertainment  spots In Vancouver during their season  where they will beat up the clientele, so  they can at last say they, won at something.  v 1986.Tho ollentoleat the Yale Hotel will  beat up the B.C. Clucks and order nnothcr  round.  1987, The Canadian dollar will be  dropped as currency, and be replaced by  thti CanadUiin yen-mark,  "_ ,  i��88,_ Alt-pojrt JM, starring.JSJjy.'  Stewart, will premier at theatres around  tho country. Stewart will only be shown  from tlie waist up because of tho midget  k  , taped to his legs who actually does the  star's walking for liimr Moviegoers"will  expresssurprise at the short, choppy steps  taken by the actor.  1989. After an extensive study financed  by a federal grant of four,million yen-  mark-francs, it will be determined by  researchers that a lead pencil, if sucked at  the wrong end, will turn a tongue partially  black.  1980. A follow-up study financed by a  federal grant of five-hundred-thousand  yen-mark-franc-ruples will conclude that  the first study was probably right.  1991. The Mafia will go public, selling  shares at twenty yen-mark-franc-ruples a  shot. They will gross more money than  MacMillan Bloedel for the fiscal year  ending 1991.  1992. A survey will be taken of lottery  winners, asking them what purchases they  would now make which previously they  could not afford. The top three answers  will be as follows: A Hawaiian vacation, a  Cadillac, and a head of lettuce.  1993. Penthouse,, magazine, in an attempt to halt a drastically reduced  readership, will begin putting clothes back  on models. Subscriptions will quadruple in  six months.  1994. The Green Bay Packers will be  sold to an Italian interest, headed by Pope  John Paul George, tho first American-  born Pope. The Pope will be quoted as  saying: "Our immediate need ls a solid  Unoba^klng crew, but m'ro.also keeping  our eyes open for a couple of big offensive  lineman."  1995. Green Bay will win the Super  Bowl as the opponents' lost-second field  goal attempt goes awry when the ball  miraculously explodes in mld-alr.  1996. Donnle and Marie Osmond will be  secretly admitted to a small hospital in  Sacramento where they; will both be  outfitted with dentures. A spokesman at,  the hospital will comment that the  Osmond* teeth were Just worn out;  1997. The grandson of former  ovnngelist Billy Graham, Sly Wasp, along  with his rock group "Sado-Mass", will  perform a benefit for American Christian  colleges.  1998. Walter Kronkit�� will admit to  belng 47 years old, saying in the process  that the only reason he was able to start In  Die broadcast business at 13, was because  he looked old for his ago.  the rage this year, while men. on the other  hand, will bo wearing the pleated skirts  nnd pumps which became so popular the  previous spring.  Post Script: Much as I. hesitate to  mention the agonizing two-year birthing of  the new Fine Arts Centre in Sechelt, a lady  in Roberts Creek was asked to donate a  green toilet and sink. She and two fashion  models, from Vancouver went to a great  deal of effort to bring these items up from  the big city, loading, carting and  unloading , and the items have remained  in the lady's garden ever since. As garden  sculpture, free still-life art or bird bath,  they leave something to be desired.-1  wonder if some working member with a,  truck would please pick them up.  Cheer up ... all the birds are singing,  singing with all their might, singing,  singing all day long and half the goldarn  night.  ���Marcla Poultice  Editor, The Time!.:  ...    -  To quell rumors, the Pender Harbour  Senior Citizens Br. 80 in 1978 received a  New Horizons grant to purchase audio and  projector equipment. In 1979, 10 Pender  Harbour senior residents received a New  Horizons grant to renovate the kiichen in  the Community Hall at Madeira Park.  " Although the source of the grant money  is the same for both grants, the fact is that  the grants are NOT related.,  They were applied forby Wo different  groups for two separate purposes.  J.J. Heidema  Hint to Waste-watchers: Insulate hot  water pipes in your home with half-Inch  wrap-around insulation and prevent heat  loss.  Thanks George, time  on waste not wasted  Editor, The Times:  Having written many criticism in the  past, I feel that without a softening of  position one, should also be able to write  kudos where they are In order.  I offer heartiest congratulations to  George Glbb on the extensive work done  and the positive solution he has reached  regarding the waste disposal problem.  There will be those who disagree ��� as I  have disagreed in the past. It is a God-  given right to agree or disagree, and this  right must be maintained for all to  pracitse. .  ���   -'  To Mr. Glbb then, I say thanks for a job  well done. Keep up the good work. Keep  your ear to the ground. Listen when the  people speak (as you have shown you can)  and all will bo well in tho land.  Respectfully,  J.E. Belanger  A Vancouver guide  By Robert Kirsch  RobsonStreet7 or TRobs'onst^  the merchant-Hike to call It, houses some  of Uic finest ethnic restaurants in Vancouver, along wtth many import stores  and specialty food shops. IE COUS COUS  ls one such restaurant, or as its listed,  Bistro. The name also indicates tho type of  food featured there.  Cons cous is a course semolina flour  which has been stoamed over simmering  stock until it becomes granular and very  tasty. It's offered five different ways, with-  chicken, lamb, prawns, or Royale ��� which  is a combination of the meats and fish,  plus a vegetarian cous cous that looks  spectacular. All are served with hot sauce  nnd bowls of chick peas.  LE COUS COUS also offers more  laiaUUur *abr*e* ��uch m crop*, rack of  definitely tho thing to try. I started my  meal with a houso pate that was of the  rough variety and very tasty, along with  The "bistro" cafe stylo has been truly  Imported and put to good use with its small  crowded tables and tall arched ceilings  and an Intimacy that flows over the room  and out the bustlinc sidewalk of the  "stausse". Tho service was relaxed nnd  smooth. Our waiter paid Just tho right  amount of attention to us, as he did to all  his customers ��� who talked freely nnd  loudly over the clatter of coffee cups, wine  bottles and the familar sound of food  cooking, which came from the open kitchen.  ..,  I-E COUS COUS also has a largo lunch  trade, with lots of fresh salads and sandwiches on Its menu. The restaurant is quite  small and could easily be missed, but well  worth th�� ����areh idorisji colorful Rob-  sorwtrausjw ��� a street that Is the heart of  Vancouver's ethnic community. I will tell  you more about some of tho other eating  places to be found there, next time. V  ���*.  The Peninsula Times ��ageA-3  Wednesday, March 28,1979  ELPHINSTO-NE    STUDENT  Research Productions will interview  local politicians at the Forum on  Community Television on April -.1-22.  -They would welcome any jiuestions  you"Would like to ask Don Douglas,  chairman of the School Board. Please  nsendwritteirquestlonstQESRPrBox  770, Gibsons or phone 886-2204,'  ALLAN CRANE &  DRAGLINE SERVICES"  Fran West.will give four sessions on  Archoaelogy in Elphinstone, Room 111,  starting Thursday, April 5,7:30-9:40p.m.  The fee is $12. Please preregister with  Continuing Education, 885-3512,9 a.m. to 4  p.m. The Continuing Education office is  -closed-during^thespring ^racation-March-  25 to April. 1.    ������ __.  A PERSONAL VIEW  By FRAN WEST  The archaeology of the Near East is not  just the story of a myraid of marvelous  monuments from the Nile, to the Indus  Valley, but also of the many, colourful  people who were involved in exploration  and excavations. With the current  Tutankhamen mania, the names of  Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon are  familiar. But there were many interesting  people before themand,I am happy to say,  many of the wierd arid wonderful1 can_ still,  be found today striding over the mounds of  -Iran-or^sifting-through- the garbage bf-a-  modern village gathering comparative  RECORDS  DRAGLINE OR  CLAM BUCKET WORK  ANY BEACH OR BREAKWATER  JOB QUOTED ON ��� FREE OF CHARGE  FROM THE WATER OR LAND  Lome Allan 936-9082  anytime.  Save time and money ordering the records and tapes you want. Pop, country, folk, specialty - current hits and  golden oldies. Special discounts all  labels, satisfaction and safe delivery  positively guaranteed. Send 25c mailing for rush copy latest catalog.  Supersound, Box 5227-SY Vancouver  B.C. V6B4B3.  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That is best left to the seminars where the  experts gather to ponder the excitements  of the Trans-Caucasian III Period or Godin  V or whatever.  Before one can appreciate these finer  points, it is important to know what the  countryside is .like;^. the-geography_and__  topography. It is hard to appreciate the  -achievements���of���a���conqueror���like-  Alexander unless one has an idea of the  terrain -> the mountain ranges, the  deserts and the rivers. These have not  changed much in the last few millennia and  in some.casesneither.has the lifestyle of  the people. In the villages of Iran and  Afghanistan, one can still see mudbricks  ~beingmade,Tdriedin the siu^and built into-  houses while the men in the fields winnow  the grain in the wind.  A lot of people have said "archaeology,  how fascinating" ��� thinking of the  pyramids of Egypt. They dWt seem to  think of the long and tedious hours spent in  the most uncomfortable conditions ��� the  dust, the heat, and the flies and no  pyramids to show for it at the end of the  day. At the risk of offending, I will admit  having said that archaeology is "boring"  but I'd go digging (spare me all the gardening jokes, please) tomorrow given the _  . opportunity.  I hope I can explain this apparent  contradiction, expose some of the myths  and introduce some of the characters.  MORE ABOUT . . .  ��� Gibsons marina  ���From Page A-l  Braithwaite said.  Mayor Blain then asked how, Braithwaite would^efennine iFfhe proposal  ' were feasible since Braithwaite did not  agree the feasibility study would be useful.  In answer to a different question from  "the packed council chambers, Braithwaite  said his main objection was the.possible  cost to taxpayers and the marina's effect  on the bay environment.  With no provincial guidelines regarding  holding tanks, he feels the marine would  lead again to the "septic bay" of 11 years  7 ago when effluent from the village's septic'"  tanks was seeping into the bay.  Marina plans include dumping  facilities for holding tanks, village clerk  Jack Copland said later. Anyone caught  dumping into the bay will be liable to a  heavy fine under a future village bylaw.  ry-before you  Suncoast Chrysler  Next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  885-5111  DL2180  FED UP WITH  RED TAPE  My job is to cut through  red tape and make  costly and more efficient  for everyon^.  Your examples of  unnecessary bureaucracy  at all levels of government  will help me in this task.  /  Please Write;  Ministry of Deregulation  #201,1208 Wharf Street  Victoria, B.C.V8W3B9  Sam Bawlf, Minister  %����**. 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Olbsons  TOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"  I PageA-4  v. *  The peninsula Times  Wednesday,, March 28,1979  k*j ��� s*iiV"iVi' ^a___rcl^^**-"  w&/ii ^^_____ifcv*^ *v?-* ^.  :HaHmoQn^jjq0pehing$  by Mqry Tirikley^Shpnnon 885-9765  By JACK MacLEOD  'At the annual meeting of the Sunshine  Co|st Community Services Society Doug  Roj? was ^elected president, Brian Stelck .  ~_-j_s J_-!-i?Me?t_Ji��_SLl!?^ow?s secretary.,.  and" Frahk-West "treasurer.  ,The meeting also elected directors-as  ~fol|5ws: Agrres EabonterHildaCostertos;"  Iar$Hunter, Alice McSweeney, Judy Scott,  Val  Morrison,  Patrick  Cromie,  John  Moorby, Ted Dinsley, Jack MacLeod, Tom  > Ni-jhimura, Arthur McPhee, Bud Koch,  ~La|rie7' WilsonT^Ed  Nicholsorrr^Nancyr~r  Stewart, Diane Anderson and Doreen  Dockar,' representing _the Hospital 3oard._  "The Society was fortunate io~have  Warren McKibbin as guest speaker at the  annual meeting. He is president of the St.  Mary's Hospital Board which is responsible for setting policy and planning for  current operations and future needs.  The expansion now going on is part of  long term planning. Earlier, the Sunshine  Coast Hospital Improvement District  Board (a forerunner of the Regional  District Hospital Board) planned the move  from Garden Bay and the opening of the  acute care floor, in.1964, Immediate plans  for the extended care floor were commenced and were soon put into operation.  We have a hospital with 70 beds and  support services for 35. The present expansion encompasses enough to services  the present beds, plus an additional 50  beds, in the future.-���:    Planning services for a growing,  population is a continuous project.   -  T-uT-UicIetylli^  for his excellent talk about St. Mary's  Hospital. x,  Halfmoon Bay Recreation Commission  will be entering a team to compete in the  Timber Day-rSpigitfEveritepf6fflamaTrrd'~  Bob Beaupre has agreed to take charge of  the entry. The next meeting of the Commission, Monday, April 9, 8 p.m., at the  Welcome Beach Hall, wUl be asked to  decide on a nomination for Queen of  Timber Days.  A reminder that the Commission" is  planning a dance at the hall on Saturday,  March 31. At press time there are still  some tickets available. The price is $5 a  couple and they can be obtained from  Donna Perry at. 885^3742.  SQUARE DANCE SOCIAL  and Maria Mahar did a most, commendable job in convening the tea, but it  Irara disappointment that the attendance"  was poor, probably."' due" to~7tfie~fine~  weather.  Spend a few minutes at our "Norris"  Card Rack this week. You will be smiling  all the way back home! ��� Miss Bee's,  Sechelt.     '- ���, _"  *l-n  ' Hin  Lower  Gibsons  GARDEN & PET.SUPPLIES  886-2919  LET'S GET GROWING  SPECIALS  /OLBS.  6-8-6 ALL-PURPOSE     DOLOMITE  POSH FERTILIZER UME      $495 _: $2_3i-  PERENNIALS 79�� & 89* EACH  886-2919  FILMS  The last film show of the season  Thursday at the Welcome Beach Hall was  an-interesting program, but again the  attendance was poor. The most outstanding film was undoubtedly "Wings to.  Yugoslavia" which depicted a land whose  history goes back.as far as that of Greece  and Troy. The film showed ancient  palaces, churches and mosques, and the       colorful people descended from so many  -���As -mostr of "ournreaders-wilh-have^^g^  gathered from Maurice Hemstreet's'   There were interesting shots of Sarajevo,  -column last weekr the StrPatrick's square-  dance evening at the hall on March 17 was  a most happy and successful affair, with a  real community spirit in evidence. Not  only were there some new square dancers  -trying out the Grand Old Right and Left,  but some of the old timers who thought  they had forgotten all the calls, were right  T��<_lf in theswingVOhe" of th^e was Janer  Allen, thoroughly enjoying herself before  she had to report to St. Mary's Hospital for  surgery two days later.  Myrtle Currie and Bernie Ackerman  added the Irish flavour by singing "When  Irish Eyes are Smiling". Grace Rutherford, on behalf of the members of the  Welcome Beach Community Association,  made presentations to the two callers,  Maurice Hemstreet and Harry Robertson,  who made such a great contributions to the.  . success of the evening.  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY TEA  The ladies of the Halfmoon Bay  Hospital Auxiliary had certainly gone all  out in baking for their Appreciation Tea on  March 18, for both the home baking stall  and tea stall were laden with a mouthwatering assortment of delicious goodies.  Olive Comyn had been busy organizing  a most interesting display of arts and  crdfts, with paintings by Mae Parsons,-  Alice Halford, Olive Comyn, Margaret  Humm, Alison Steele, C. Keeley and Lee  Walker. There were some fine examples of  needlecraffdone by Mary Murray, Torunn  Enochsen, Alice Halford, Alison Steele and  Cathy (Macdonald) Moreau. Two attractive floral arrangements were the  work of Carmen 'Grassie who will be  demonstrating this art April 29 at the  Welcome Beach Hall.  A handsomely decorated cake made by  Bonnie Semotiuk was raffled, with Mary  Walker the lucky winner. Mar j Nygard  /  INVENTORY CLEARANCE  ��� Everything but  Everything Must Go ���  We're prepared to sacrifice on:  CARPETS ���LINOLEUM .TILES  ^fii^ls7mOTe_Ti-r---sh than the Turks; of  Mostar, with its ancient Roman bridge and  of Skopje, one of the oldest towns in the <  Balkans which was almost completely  destroyed by an earthquake in 1963.    ���  With an extension of the Alps into the  northern part of the country and the  --Dinarlc Alps-on -the-western side, the -  country is mountainous and picturesque,  with some torrential rivers and impressive cascades. There were exciting  shots of men making daring journeys in  kayaks along torrential rivers and it is  hardly surprising to hear that they are the  world's white-water champions.  Mrs. Leuchte presented two films on  Germany, one of which showed Munich as_  a place for all seasons. Probably its outstanding event is the Oktoberfest which  started 160 years ago as a royal wedding  celebration and has grown into the worlds  greatest beer-bust. Pictures of steins and  beer gardens bore evidence to the fact that  the Germans still like their beer.  There are 700 fountains to make  Munich cool and refreshing in the summer  and there are art galleries, music, theatre  and museums of which the most famous is  probably the Museum of Science and  Technology.  Alex Ellis expressed thanks to Thea  Leuchte for the interesting series of film  programs of the past season and to the  -projectionisty-Art-Perry;���:   NEW SPEED ZONE AT HALL  Concern has been expressed from time  to time at the traffic hazard near the  Welcome Beach Hall with people crossing  the road between the hall and their cars.  Since the road curves sharply at that  point, drivers do not see people on the road  until they are quite close to them. Harold  Ives who has been working on this  problem, now reports that the Department  of Highways has established a pedestrian  crossing at this point and has reduced the  speed zone to 40 km.  CAR ON FIRE  Jack Morgan may have avoided a  serious tragedy when he stopped a car  near the Gib Young property last week to  tell the driver the car was on fire. He got  two young women and a small child out of  the car and attempted to put the fire out.  He was assisted by Gib Young and then by  George Murray who brought along a fire  extinguisher which finally put the fire out.  CHANGE OF DATE  All members'of the Halfmoon Bay  Hospital Auxiliary are asked to note that  the next meeting, which was planned for  April 2, will now be held Tuesday, April 3.  The meeting will be held at the Dolmage  property starting sharp at 7:45 p.m. and  guest speaker will - be Nicholas  Vucurevich, administrator of St. Mary's  Hospital.  Single parent  group forms  If you have children and are widowed,  divorced, separated or never married,  Parents Without Partners Inc. is forming  a chapter on the Sunshine Coast.  PWP Is an International, non-profit,  non-soctarlan educational and social  organization dedicated to the single parent  family.  Typical activities are discussion  groups, hikes, picnics, car rallies, adult  and teenage dances and parties, coffee  and conversation parties.  ������-���It provides an opportunity to meet  many people but PWP is not a swingers  club or dating service.  For more information, call Gordy  McKenna at 886-4421 or Lily Reid at 888-  9337.  LET YOURSELF GO DOWNHILL  , ._   _i,t_-v..1_iT-tt-,~/----,>r---:.-    ."         -   -  *���   /O  1    - .,��  pamiciPBi  Fitness. In your htart you know it's right.  "  '<  '  ' r;   ^ /  '' -  ���'.vv^'  .  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'LONGXfVETMQ^        "  \ Sunshine Coast Power Squadron  The Peninsula Times PageA-5  Wednesday, March 28,1979  By SYLVIA WOODWORTH the ultimate survival suit and floated  "- .On Friday, March 16HI_eHSt-rah_r�����arouhd7the-poolt-proving the suit kept the  Coast Power Squadron and friends met at    wearer both .dry and warm.  They are trained, by the Coast Guard to  helplhroug-ioutthR Western Region.- This-  Dave and Gloria Fyles' home in Hopkins  Landing.  Wayne Hartrick (Boating and Safety  Officer) ol the Coast Guard Search and  si Rescue gave a .very informative, introduction to the work of the Coast Guards  irrttelocalTa^icTegloiirwherecall-hare-  as diversified as lost aircraft, missing  hikers or a marine Mayday distress  signal. All are monitored by the dispatch  headquarters and the appropriate rescue  teams immedately detailed to the trouble  spots.  -Excellentcolors-idesshowed-thesma  fleet of Coast Guard boats, Hovercraft,  aircraft and a helicopter used on the West  Coast.  Hartrick informed the Squadron that  one third of all the distress calls monitored  Hn Canada-originated :in=the Pacificizone:  ���--.whlch_coyerg_BX^nd_Jhe.7yukon.-JtUL;  mountains and many miles of coastline.  At 2100 hrs., Officer Hartrick took the  group .to the Gibsons newly opened  -swimming pool. With the able help of Dave.  Fyles, Dave Smethhurts and sons, many  ���types "of~life~ jackets and- survival suits-  were, demonstrated. Fully clothed, including shoes,- John-DeKleer-stepped into  Then the tour met on the edge of Gibsons wharf where Wayne set off several,  different types of flares (approved ahd  non-approved- by Small Vessels  Regulations showing us the capabilities of  each, and ending with a smoke signal.  -___Back_at _the JTvles''home, we were  awarded excellent coffee and refresh-  ments while Hartrick detailed the work of  the Canadian Marine Rescue Auxiliary  (Inc.) This is a voluntary self-governing  group, trained to provide volunteer search  and rescue assistance to the Coast Guard.  organization is looking for about 300 highly  qualified volunteers who will work in cooperation with the Coast Guard and other  organizations, such as PEP (Provincial  Emergehcy_Program)._.  For information and application forms,  wri|e to: Phil Matty, President, Canadian  Marine Rescue Auxilliary Incl, 1661 Whyte  Ave., VancouveriB.C. V6J 1A9.  We sincerely thank Wayne Hartrick  and all his fellow Coast Guardsmen for the  excellent and worthwhile work they are  doing to ensure the safety of B.C. boaters. _  On The  TAX SCENE  CAPITAL-GAINS   - Q U ESTIONj:I^own^some=^hare&--in-^-=  a mutual fund. I have received notices of capital gains which are being - -  reinvested for me. How will this affect my income W? Jj  ANSWER:, On your tax returnLypu_will_repprt_the_capita_l gain_on  ���Schedule 2, Summary of Disposition of Capital Property. You will  receive a T5 showing the amount to report.  MURRAY'S  NURSERIES LTD.  Largest., selection _ .of _ Nursery.  St6t;k on the Sunshine Coast I  Specializing in: -��� =���  ���EVERGREENS  ���ROSES  ���FRUIT TREES  ���RHODODENDRONS  We also offer a complete landscape design & contracting  service.  =J3pedJQr-=y-Qur___.inspBC-tio_ru-jlt-  6:30 pm THURSDAYS ONLY.  or for Information Writ*: Box 310,  Socholt. B.C. VON 3A0  Located 1 mile north of Hwy 101  on Mason Road.  KAREN RIMMER dances at Chatelech gym Friday.  Kelly-Rae Mair  wed in Ottawa  On February 24,1979 at 7 p.m., Park-  dale United Church-in Ottawa was the  scene of the wedding of Kelley-Rae Mair,  formerly of Madeira Park, to Michael  Derocher of Ottawa. Given in marriage by  Mr. Ron Wood, Kelley was attended by Sue  Derocher, sister of the groom. Best man  was John Guy Bisson and Todd Mair,  brother of the bride, was usher. Following  the wedding, a reception was held at the  home of the bride's mother. Mike and  Kelley will reside in Ottawa.  Pender Harbour happenings  Casino night a success  by Doris Edwardson 883-2308  a*-*-*-  -__MH-i  The Pender Harbour Lions Club Casino  Night attracted many people with gambling blood in their veins and the result  was a fun-packed evening for everyone.  Texas Mickey was won by Cathy  McQuitty, second year for her as she was  winner last time also. Costume prizes went  to John and Riki Slagboom, Victoria, B.C.  John was wearing a riverboat gambler  costume and Riki's was designed by her in  the style worn at the turn of the century.  Second prize went toSheM M^ahh,  who wore a beautiful black gown with a  hat covered with ostrich feathers, a honky  tonk saloon style of costume and,  somehow, when she was awarded her  prize, Sheila was named ."Velvet Bottom  Rose". Harvey Bruggencate is $200 richer  ��� he won the door prize. Proceeds from  this event will go back into the community  through further development of the PH  Lions Recreation Park, which is already a  credit to this community.  PENDER HARBOUR SENIOR  CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION BR. 80  A full-length film, "Atlantiq, the Lost  Continent", was the entertainment enjoyed by members at the branch meeting  of the.PH Senior Citizens' Association Br.  80. A combination of ancient Greek legend  and modern science-fiction thriller, the  film held the audience spellbound all the  way through to the Inevitable horrifying  conclusion.  During the business meeting, Evelyn  Olson gave an outline of all the financial  benefits provided by both governments to  the elderly people of B.C. and also  ��� displayed copies of a booklet with useful  information for seniors in regard to  writing a will.  Jack Heidema was appointed delegate  to the annual convention of the B.C. Senior  Citizens' Association In May.  , Concern was expressed by. Claus  Johnson and other devoted anglers among  tho members about the new Department of  Fisheries restrictions on the taking ot  bluebacks.  PENDER HARBOUR & DISTRICT  HEALTH CLINIC AUXILIARY  The Pender Harbour District Health  Clinic Auxiliary will meet on Wednesday,  March 28 at 2 p.rrL at toe clink. Guest  speaker will be nurse Trudy Flnlay, who  will give a talk on her experiences in  Ghana. New members are Invited to attend.  More household goods are needed at the  Bargain Barn, so if you have unwanted  articles at home please take them to the  Bargain Barn on Thursday mornings when  tho workers are the.q. The Barn is open at  1 p.m.7_fl THiirotfa^  will be selling plants; also there Is good  clothing that can be made over into  children's wear.  il    ,-t$  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  The First Meat Draw at the Royal  Canadian Legion Br. 112 was very popular  last Friday evening, so there will be  another one on Friday evening, March 30,  plus entertainment. Starts at 9 p.m. and  there are nine different meat prizes and  everyone is invited to take part in this. The  annual Easter Parade Dance will be held  April 14 with prizes for Easterbonnets, so  jtart creating yours now and be ready to  get"in the fun.7The music will be by Peri-"  det's own Harbour Lights.  PENDER   HARBOUR   COMMUNITY  'CLUB    ':     *'  Bingo every Thursday at 8 p.m. with  early bird game at 7:45 p.m. The jackpot is  $00 in 50 calls or less and there are good  prizes, but there is still a poor attendance  and they need your support to maintain the  hall. Also more workers are needed.  TIDBITS  Paula and Roy have returned home  from Mexico.  Jeannie Morrison was on a visit to the  Harbour.  Ray Kraft, Garlic King of the Coast,  returned to the Harbour for a few days.  CLOSE CALL  Mary Wright, Garden Bay, 'had a  narrow escape from serious Injury when  her car went 25 feet over a bank last  Tuesday and landed in Lorenjzen's yard at  Garden Bay. She suffered bruises and  whiplash.  ENJOYED THEIR HOLIDAY  Madeline and Jim Woodward, Madeira  Park, had a very interesting holiday last  month. They went to Desert Hot Springs,  spent two weeks there at the Champagne  Pools, attended the annual American and  Canadian Legion picnic on a day that was  called Canada Day there and they said  Canadians are really liked and welcome at  Desert Hot Springs. During their stay they  w��tC^  from Madeira Park.  They say the Royal Winnipeg Ballet in  Palm Springs and met Mr. Robert Anderson, Canada counsel general to  California, went to Sea World, like Stanley  Park but better, and then travelled to  other places but were glad to get home as  they have the fishing fever and aire hooked  on Pender Harbour.  Open House for Ida and Gordon  (He's BOtii wedding l_fflMftitffifflTS6W  the RC Legion Br. 112 hall Saturday afternoon, March 31, between the hours of  1:30 to 4:80.     _  CASH FOR POSTCARDS  WANTED - PRE-1920 PICTURE  POSTCARDS, IN OR OUT OF  ALBUMS USED. AND UNUSED.  NO AMOUNT TOO LARGE.  PAYING $20 EA. FOR WOVEN  SILKS (NOT EMBROIDERED) IN  GOOD CONDITION. ESPECIALLY  NEED CARDS OF B.C. SHOWING  SHIPS AND STREET SCENES.,  rATWWTATmOTICSrCAirDr"  OF MILITARY'INTiRESTr "'"" *  CALL MRS. ROSE KETTLE  aa��-25M  Apply today for your  5FREE SHARES  IN THE BRITISH COLUMBIA  RESOURCES INVESTMENT  CORPORATION...  You will share in 81% of  Canadian Cellulose.,  You will share in oil and gas  exploration rights in  northeastern B.C.  You will share in 10% of  ..Westcqast Transmission.  You will share in 100% of  Kootenay Forest Products and  Plateau Mills.  *t&-(,*_,   __t*U**  -"is-*1   J  and own a piece of these growing  B.C. resource enterprises.  What do B.CR.I.C. .  shares represent?  The B.C. Resources Investment Corporation is the^lpldingcompanyjor shares  ~h~eia~bylfie province in "a variety of B.C.  resource industries and enterprises.  B.CR.I.C. holds 81% of the common  shares of Canadian Cellulose,��� 100% of  the common shares of Kootenay Forest  Products and Plateau Mills, 10% of the  common shares of Westcoast Transmission, plus oil and gas rights in a vast area  of northeastern B.C,-���investments  transferred at a value of over $151  million, B.CR.I.C, shares represent-  partial ownership of this whole range  of enterprises,'  Who qualifies?  Every person,who has lived in B.C. for  the past year���and who holds or has  qualified and applied for Canadian (i ,  citizenship���Is eligible for five free shares  in B.CR.I.C Those 16 years of age and  over should apply for shares on their  own behalf, For children under 16,  application should be made by the  mother or guardian. Infants, born ih  B.C. on or before June 15, 1979 and  resident here since birth, also qualify for  free shares. Application, again, should  be made by the mother or guardian,  Free shares are also available to those  ordinarily resident In B,C who have  been temporarily absent from the  province during the 12 months immediately preceding the offer, provided  such persons art) otherwise eligible,  To apply. >  Application forms aro available at banks,  tryst companies, credit unions and  investment dealers throughout B,C,  ���When making Application, you fnust     '  present two of the fallowing pieces of  Identification: n.) driver's licence: b.)  Social Insurance card; c.) Medical Plan  card. If you are 65 years of age or over,  a Pharmacare card is sufficient proof  of identity,  Moth'erS'ibr'i3:U"��dlaftS"api>lylng'fdr"''"''':  children under 16 are required to furnish  only a medical plan number or a birth  certificate for such children. Young  people, 16 and over, who have not yet   ,  received such identification, may establish their eligibility by presenting their  birth certificate or other acceptable  identification���in person���at the office  \ of their local Government Agent (or, in  the Lower Mainland, at their local Motor  Vehicle Branch office).  Those unable to apply in person may  delegate a suitable individual to act on  their behalf���that person must utilize a  Power of Attorney form, available where  applications are made,  ��� Applications for free shares will be  accepted only until June 15, 1979,  Distribution of these shares by  B.CR.I.C, will begin Immediately after  British Columbia Day, August 6, ^979,  The person making application has  until September 30, 1979 to pick up  the shares,  Additional shares.  If you qualify for free shares, you have  the option of purchasing up to 5,000  additional shares at a price substantially  below their underlying value, This price  will be specified on your application form,  No Individual or corporation may own  more than 1% of the voting shares of  B.CR.I.C, (although pension funds may  own up to3%). Corporations and  pension funds, however, are not allowed  to participate In the Inllal share Issue,'  Can I sell later?  Yes, Stock market trading In shares Is  ��� expedient lo commence shortly after the  distribution date. At this point, a "market  value" will be established. However, it is  hoped that most British Columbians will  not only retain, but enlarge, their share  holdings. In this way, they will participate  directly in the continued expansion of  our resource industries, while ensuring  that control of these industries remains  in B.C.  Other questions?  For further information on the free share  offer���or about B.CR.I.C���contact:  B.C Government Public Information, In  Vancouver, phone 873-3455. In Victoria,  phone 387-6121.  In other areas, information Is available  through your local Government Agent.  APPLY NOW AT BANKS,  TRUST COMPANIES,  CREDIT UNIONS,  INVESTMENT DEALERS  THROUGHOUT  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Province of  British Columbia  * .  \  APPLICATIONS FOR B.C. RESOURCES  INVESTMENT SHARES AT  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  ^tr ^ew  ^e ^e H IN M p^WI     mU   W *% m* i^^W^WI m  m      ^mw mmm ^mw ^ n ^^h^^^ W  PHONE 885-3744  �� Sechelt notes
^Kea\" truth
By Peggie Connor, 885-9347
The Sechelt Ratepayers meeting at
Sechelt Elementary School, was primarily
The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, March 28,1979
Ihdignation pver the latest reports from
the Fisheries Ministry is being heard loud
and clear.
I would like to quote an angler,
most of our ground fish, they extended the
closed season on ling cod another two
-nmtt-f,'- tte~fi-foeim^ 	
to urge members to attend the public
hearing in the Senior Citizens Hall Monday, March 26.
They felt rezoning of Block, 10, bylaw
146,1,- should be held ..back until .Trail
Avenue and Marine Way have been paved,
Bylaw 146.3, rezoning of lots 30 to 35 to
-industrial I from residential is opposed by
local residents, according to a survey
saltwater sport-fishing enthusiast for 25
years of more, the last 12 connected with
operating charter boats and guiding.
, "The Fisheries, Department will not
solve the overkill of chinook salmon by
The Sechelt Garden Club will hold its
Flower Show and Plant Sale at the Senior
Citizens Hall, 1:30 to 4:30p.m., March31.
There will be door prizes and tea to be
served. . •
'-• sports writer. One is flogging fishing gear
and the other is selling stories.
"It is my opinion and that of many
\ others that the down rigger should never
__[ .havebj^jdtowed,,and jtaj^jfurd'y ^
"They are trolling down in 20 and 30
; fathoms where average trollers never
«went before.
 ^'The whole problemjiould be solved
quite easily7with one simple regulation —
' a line limit weight of eight ounces, no
Tixfrtfis-Mg[boatrbeirigallowedmore than
.; eight ounce weights aboard.
' 'Also, where we used to see one or two
i seals on familiar reefs and rocks around
here, we are now seeing 30 or 40 seals. As a
charter boat operates I have taken many
a party fishing rock cod or ling and they
have enjoyed a great day of fishing.
.   "What did the Fisheries do? Instead of
getting rid of the culprit that is taking
lets good
little products
compete with
the biggies!
Two widely travelled couples take over
Lord Jim's Lodge, Secret Cove, as of April
Chris and Hans Kuck (pronounced
Cook) have two children Kirsten, 12 years,
Recently from Langley, Chris
originally came from England, where she
gained experience working in the large
hotels in Jersey and the Channel Islands.
Hans had three years' training in hotels
-and-hotel-school-in Germany, -through
Hotel Service to Hotel Administration and
he workd in the hotel business in England-
before coining to Canada. He has been
employed for the past 12 years as a purser
witJvCP Air.
The other couple, Cathy and Hugh
Gadsby, come from Richmond. Hugh
to Ontario, carrying on to Vancouver in
1970. European "chef" trained, he was in
charge of food handling for CARA-airline
catering. Since 1972 he has worked with CP
Air as purser. He is an enthusiastic
fisherman and lover of the outdoors.
Cathy is from Winnipeg and has been
working as an air stewardess for CP Air
since 1968.
Hani' hobby is light airplane flying and
he owns his own aircraft. He also enjoys
outdoor activities.
They are looking forward to meeting
the people here and hope to have a good
relationship with Sunshine Coast
taken   of   the   area   by  the   Sechelt
Pat Murphy, representing Joe Butorac
of Jadron Construction, made a presentation of the proposed apartments at
Rockwood Lodge. The planned 26-apait-
_mehtsuites"will-consist-oM2 one-bedroom
suites, eight two-bedroom and six studio
apartments. Parking will be provided for.
39 cars at the front of the building, all on
the one and one-half acres of land.
" Coi^tronef"re"^e_TJBIify"corriaor~was"
agreed to.
Edie  McGrann  resigned  from  the
directorship due to personal reasons and
Ron Slack was'appointed inher place.
-   - Membership stands at 140,10 per cent _
of the Village is represented. Not bad for a
Date Pad
Mar. 28 — Family Library & Storytime, Wilson Creek Community Wall,
11:30-1 pm, storytime noon.
Mar. 29 — Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting, Wilson Creek Community Hall,
8:30 pm. For info call 885-2896.or 686-3394.      •>
- *Mb'rcK 29 — Homemakers ©gild?Meelin'g. Roberts'CI* 'School: 7':30>m.'
March 30 — S.C. Arts Council presents "Terminal City Dance", Vancouver-
based modern dance company, Chatelech gym, 8 pm.
Mar. 30 — Community Library, Wilson Creek Community Hall, 2-4:30 pm.
April 3 — Al Anon Meeting, St. Aidan's Hall, 8 pm.
Apr. 1 — THE APRIL FOOLS,DAY RUN 111 Begins at 10 am in front of
Elphinstone School and finishes around the Cenotaph in Sechelt I
Everyone welcome to take part.
April 7 — Gigantic Plant & Agricultural Sale for building fund (special
effect^) committee of S.C. Arts Council, Art Centre, Sechelt, 10 am-2
IT'S FREE. CALL 8853231.
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DA YA THINK I'M SEXY .' Rpd Stewart
YMCA ,;,, ,,,, .■,.,,- ..,.,: .Village Pedpl*
TRAGEDY ' ,■ ; Beo Gees
SOUL MAN ',,, Blues Brothers
LADY  , Little River Band .
SEPTEMBER ,,.',,,,, ' E.W.F.
EVERY l'S A WINNER Hot Chocolate
TQOArUJCH HEAVEN ,,..,. , , .Bo.Oo-.
A UTTlE MORE LOVE7 ,. 7,,,, .7 ,7,.,,, 7,7,,7 7,,. „7bllvlq Newton-John
HOLD THE LINE .' ,, Joto
SULTANS OF SWING ,,, Dire Straits'
LOTTALOVE ',.,,,., .Nlcolette Larson
MY LIFE ' Billy Joel
SOMEWHERE IN THE NIOHT ..,,'. Barry Manllow
SONG ON THE RADIO ,,,,,,, Al SUtwart
I WILL SURVIVE •,,,,. ,, .Gloria Oaynor
HEAVEN KNOWS »> ■•! • ...<..».,,,,...'•. >,. • •,,........ .Donna Summer.,
SHAKE IT Ian Mathews
EVERY TIMB.I THINK OP YOU ,,.,.. ,,,,., Babyi
KNOCK ON WOOD ;■;„,, Amll Stewart
YOU DON'T BRINGME FLOWERS ................,.,, .St relsand/tJIomond
I LOVfi THE NIGHTLIFE , Alicia Bridges
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Marchl7    3.0    12.0    0.11
Marchl8 5.0    12.5    nil
MarchW 2.5    12.0    nil
March20_-_.;.._..,._,_,......,, t4J)_ _12.5._ nil
March21   3.0    13.5    nil
March22 5.0    16.0    nil
March23 , 5.0    14.5    nil
—Week!s rainfall — fl.llJen-._March-.tQ-
date — 6.33 cm. 1979 to date — 32.87 cm.
March 22 warmest day since October 17.
March 17-23,1978 —1.19 cm. March 1-
23,1978 — 5.64 cm. Jan.-March 23,1978 —
33.07 cm.
On The r~~~~     ~~
Capital gains
rQuesti(_nLlo^some,shar<s in _a.mu.tuaL.
"~ffodriTwve"Tieceive<r notices oFl»p_ta_"
gains which are being reinvested for me.
How will this affect my income tax?
Answer: On your tax return you will
report the capital gain on Schedule 2.
Summary of Disposition of Capital
Property. You will receive a T5shbwihg~
the amount to.report.	
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There will be^Public Hearing for final reading
of the SecheltVillage^CommunJty--P4an--Jn-orcler~
to ratify late changes.,
ApdL^^J 979—7;3(Lp.-m_T
Sechelt Senior Citizens Halj
Acting Cleric
Gibsons glimpses
PoctorVhelpers tell all
by Marion Alsager, 886-2458
On Thursday, March 22, Edna Husby,,
Lynn Brady and Lee Smith from our
Gibsons Medical Clinic attended a medical
office assistants seminar at the Four
Seasons Hotel in Vancouver. This
workshop was sponsored by the Canadian
Medicaj Association, The main theme of
the seminar was "What are the goals of an
appointment schedule?" The medical
office assistant must assess over-
estimation of working speed, language
problems, emergencies, drop-ins, unscheduled surgery, patient time allotted,
appointments for one and also several
"members   of   a   family,   and   phone"
In providing patient care, their aim is
to endeavour to have the patient seen as
soon as'possible, to be sympathetic and
understanding, to be available, to cut
down waiting time and increase a patient's
In meeting physician goals and services, the medical office assistant must
.allow ample time for each patient, com-
Cplete his medical history, know most abopit ~!
. why he is there, complete preparation of
patient, reduce physician interruption,.,
reduce accumulation of work at end of day
and take care of appointment screening.
To meet the medical assistant goals she
should know what the appointment is
about and scheduled appointments accordingly, reduce confusion, get to the cooperation of the patient, keep to schedule
and reduce possibility of confrontation.
The ladies felt they received some very,
in their medical proedures.
The tourist booth is now open — Maria
Visser is your information co-ordinator.
Maria attended a seminar recently on
Chamber of Commerce business and found
it most interesting and informative.
Larry Labonte, co-ordinator of JET
(Job Experience Training) would appreciate having more businesses offer Jobs
to young people. If you are an interested
party, leave your name at the tourist
Carolyn McComble is trying to form a
ladles baseball team and any gals interested in playing, please phone her at
All the Gibsons Winter Club curling
leagues had their playoffs this past week
and in the ladles afternoon league, winners
were the Solinsky rink. Congratulations
Nora and teammates)
In the Tuesday mixed league, Mike
Clement's rink won; Wednesday mixed
the winners were Ken Getzlaf rink and
Friday league winners were the Dennis
Sueveges rink.
The men's Monday night league winners were tho Mike Clement rink and
Thursday night winners were the John
Harrison rink. Playoff winners were the
Jan Nuebauer rink.
The many friends of Karl Fraser at
Harmony Hall will be pleased to learn that
he is homo again, under tho care of his
niece Betty Smith. During his length stay
in St. Mary's Hospital he received a
number of cards and flowers for which ho
is grateful. It will be a little while yet bo-
fore his back to carpet bowling.
Elson Glass' "grand opening" door
prize winners wore Mrs. Monzlcs nnd Mrs.
Jean Roberta.
Constable Doug Klloh was In Gibsons
" last ireokond as pn usher for Constable
Rubs Nash's wedding to Shelley Benson.
,Ho also enjoyed seeing all his friends and
Lois and Tan Maclean, Gladys and Len
coates; Cathy Madolkau and Doug Cook
have all Just returned from a Caribbean
cruise. Thoy had a great holiday. Glnddy
soys thoy thoroughly enjoyed touring all
tho Islands and tholr suntans are terrific.
Jo-Ann Busnell, co-ordinator of
Community Services, held a Workshop
recently at Elphinstone Secondary School.
The topic was "Group Dynamics" and
Harriott Dennison, a volunteer from the
Vancouver Volunteer Centre, was the
leader of the evening's presentation. She
tried to establish people's awareness of the
role     played       in      a       group.
Are you a leader? Do you provide
humourous relief? Do you make
decisions?" She questioned what
motivates one's activity. Finally, what_	
Hi-loft is the new construction of the popular Daniadown quilt.
Hi-loft lets the down filling expand to its fullest extent, and
maintains the high quality that Daniadown is noted for. Hi-loft
ensures that the Daniadown is the softest, most comfortable
quilt you. can buy and teamed with our wide range of accessories, the decorating possibilities are endless.
Read our free colour brochure, or come and see us. One of our
trained staff will be happy to help you select the right quilt for you
type of leadership is most effective? Those
who attended this workshop found it most
stimulating and interesting.
The next workshop will be held on April
25 at Elphistone and the topic will be
"Power Use and Misuse". These
workshops are open to the public so if you
are interested in attending do call Jo-Ann
for pre-registration.
Vancouver, B.C.
"Over 10 years of Quality & Service"
Sunshine Interiors
886-7411 or 886-8023
Next to St. Mary's, Sechelt
Lambs Navy Rum.
When you mix it,
yOU dOn't lOSe it-
Lamb's full distinctive
flavour comes smoothly
through your mixer.
In fact, Lamb's unique
quality has made it known
round the world for more
,, than 100 years.
"' ,!>■'■ Wednesday, March 28,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageA-7  Cadets enjoy  By DOREEN PIHICHYN,  Admininstratiye.Offleer   _   ,_.__.'  :. Twenty cadets ahd six officers of the  Stmsl--ne-Coas1^Aniv-Cadets^Corps7No  2963, Sechelt, had the; opportunity to  survey, the Sunshine Coast area from the  air on Sunday. March 10 in a helicopter  supplied by Highland Helicopters, based in  Sechelt and piloted by Dave Hocking.  .   Three cadets and one officer was able  to up in the air at a time for a very  enli^itening trip from Tyee Airways  helicopter pad at Porpoise Bay which tied  in with the training the cadets are un-  dergoing.in Search and Rescue, under the  tlii^ctiwntf~c.OrM^  Training Officer, Ltd. Robert Som-  merfield who did 'a wonderful job in  arranging and organizing this exercise.  Each" cadet and officer-had-anrery���  KITE FLYlNli was enjoyed by everybody at Hackeic Park last week, even  attractive teachers from Sechelt Elementary.  On Saturday, April 7, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.,  Ryam Murraygreen will give a workshop  on papermaking, either in Elphinstone or  -in-ehatelech.  This class will enable the student to  make paper sheets and then to have fun  with paper. First the student will make all  the necessary equipment: screens,  frames, vats, so each will take home a  small homemade paper mill. Then there  will be experiments with papers as an art  form: paper casting, sculpture and  combing paper with other art forms.  This class will interest anyone involved  with painting, print^iaking: or anyone  ^_J-v~-y-��_ -J&fc-T-j-^rf    *+ ~^��tf>HfSy_H&__*i___3_>VV^ '~Ntl''-*-r"7  Each student should being 8 feet of 1"  x 1" fir or cedar and 2 ft. x 2 ft. screen ���  flyscreen or finer, old wool blanket and  _any-kincLQLpapei__tQ_r��__-ycle_.  Ryan Murraygreen is a Canadian artist  working in paper art. He is having major  one-man touring shows of his paper sheets  and sculptures throughout the prairie  provinces in 1979 and later in Hamilton,  London and at the San Francisco Museum  of Modern Art. He is a pioneer teacher in  the field and his workshops are both informative and fun.  Please  preregister .with, Contmiiing  exciting 20, minutes in the air and gained  valuable knowledge about the terrain, of  the area for future Search and Rescue  operations.  The Corps has also started their arms  and target shooting training at the Sechelt  Rod and Gun Club and on Saturday, March  9 they-were-givenexcellent instructions.by_  Len Clarke and Derek Nelson, members pf  the club. The Corps are extremely  grateful.  Another aspect of cadet training will  take place in April at Sakinaw Lake. On  -Marel--17-and-18-some-members-of-the-  Corps spent the weekend preparing the  area in readiness for the training in which  four more Corps from the lower mainland  and Powell River will join them  From March 24 to April 2 two cadets,  WO Randy Banyay and Sgt. Robert Kobus,  will be attending the Outward Bound  course in Keremeos, B.C. They were  selected for the course because of the fine  standard they achieved while members of  the cadet corps and were readily approved  by the cadet corps headquarters.  In the very near future all cadets will  be completely uniformed thanks to the  efforts of Supply Officer Lt. G. Banyay.  The end of the month will see the cadets  travelling to Vancouver to visit the  MacMillan Planetarium and Centennial  Marine Museum as well as the B.C.  Regimental-Museum^   20%  OFF ALL  ���LAWN FURNITURE  GARDEN HOSE  LAWN  SPRINKLERS  ���SPRAYERS  .���COOLERS  The Corps is extending gratitude to the  sponsor, the Branch 140 of.the Royal  Canadian Legion; Sechelt, for the very  generous financial help.  There is still time for new recruits to  attend the Catch-up Course. It is open to all  male and female youngsters between the  ages of 13 and 19. They may join the Cadets,  at the Corps regular parade held every  Eduction, 885-35127 The <M^M_\ot\ed 1 .Mohaay from 7 p.m. at: Sechelt Elemen- MASTER CHARGE  ion.  rtary School  AG1S GENERAL PURPOSE  WHEELBARROW  ���ILLUSTRATION NOT EXACT  Super Spec/a/  3 GAL  SPRAYER  Special  Reg. $21.95  $1595  MAC 110  14" CHAIN SAW  wrap-around chain, chain  brake, hand guard, protective  muffler shield, auto oiler-  Reg. $149.95  Special  24" HOODED  BAR B.Q._  w/electric motors  motor  Reg. $39.95  $0196  Special OX  "        PLUS!  Many More Comparable  Specials!  WATCH SOON FOR OUR AD  IN THE SUNNYCREST  CENTRE'S EASTER  FLYER  * ALL SALES FINAL *  LINK HARDWARE  ,. :.;sui*|orcREST,CE;NJRE, gibsons ; v  CHARGEX  m  mm  mmmm  HWNMMtf  _m*MM*��  Am  MM*  mm  m%m+wmm  m  Hi! Got anything to new  .ta-tell us abojjit^Why N  don't you tell about a  trip-you're planning on  Spring Break?  Send us your stuff:  BOX 310, Sechelt  MAKE IT!  Nancy's Mocha Cream Dessert  f���V/;.;v���v^'AV>j::^:^^^^.���VA^^*;^�����.":;���^V>^V�����.���^���;���^.|  1 pint whipped croam  3 tbsp chocolate sauce  3 tsp instant coffee  3/4 cup sifted Icing sugar  graham wafers  Layer a 13x9x2 pyrex dish with graham crackers. Cut crackers to fit  edges. Whip cream and add chocolate sauce, instant coffee and  icing sugar, folding in carefully. Cover the crackers with half the  'cream mixture. Cover cream with another layer of crackers and top  with remaining cream mixture. Sprinkle toasted almond slivers or  coconut over alk Refrigerate until ready to serve.  NAME OUR STORY FROG  You have, no doubt, seen our story frog which appears weekly to act  as mascot for our column. We would like a name for our frog. Think  of a good name for him. Finish the picture and color it and mail it to:  FROG CONTEST Peninsula Times, Box 310, Sechelt, B.C.  HEY KIDS  BIRTHDAY CLUB  0  Hey Kids I Why not |oin  our HEY KIDS BIRTHDAY  CLUB. Just send your  name, age, address,  and the date of your  birth to:  HEY   KIDS  BIRTHDAY CLUB  Peninsula Times  Box 310  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  ''l\Ari7''''Pbii��rtr'"<iraH(i' fwo'~clai-T  Sechelt Elementary School recently  visited the $fchert Indian Band Council  Office to study some of the Indian  culture. Her�� Is one of the thank you  letters written by the class to the Band  Council.  ��� .. .,..<,  ~.Sctl-LUJimit4i|B.   ,������,. Thur*c-y, MartkJi/  Dear O'mf   (,rrwj_n,  T'Wnk .-.),. for    laHnj   mi, �����_,.!_*  Ihi   Inim   I?<w4   Offi_��    Pnitryoi    ~  for   ihowinj    m    IU   'nh\r ~  J     liljtd    il    ����ry  m>i',h __._  . 1  liked    Ihe    m��fch (no ..."Z  ^-1... y��J.., going io   ��W you.tom8c_i   M    w*     dwlnl    rmv��   Mm*, Wta I;  r.onmdi   thftrt*i*K t   And who unit  iU    \e\.\*.   ond   p��nM   <V\��  Inbl*?  (kmimFmJI  m  -HP  Try It���An Experiment  Take a small piece of paper about one Inch ��quare and roll It Into a  small tight ball. Lay an empty soda pop Bottle on Its side, and push  the small pellet of paper Into the neck of the bottle about an Inch or  ��������Oy������ll^��y<��tMr4to^^^^  ,..-���,~...,,��., ,,,,,,���,....  What do you suppose would happen If you blew Into the bottle.  mmmm  mm  mAAmmfmWmfm0Am%mmmm  mmmm  Drawing done by M "Mr. B"  JUST FOR FUN  Why don't vampires start  baseball games In the afternoon? \  ���>j_Dp je^D ||)un  jno  oluod  *,uop  ��|Dq  esnD^eg  Why did the moon go to the  bank?  ���tje��JDnb eQuDip oj.  What will happen to the  alphabet when you and I are  gono?  ���8_e��iQ| ?z e/\0\\ A|uo |||M ||  Why did George put bug spray  on his watch?  -S>|?|| pOl)  ||  O-ODDOg  Some  months  have  30  days,  some   have���j3JL��,_Ho.w^many  months have 28 days?  ���mem jo ||v  *+Am0m_*mm**m**mm*Ammmm  mmmmMmmm  I ..,: ��� ' )  Steelhead by Barry Thornton, Hancock  1978,160 pp., $14.50.  BEGINNER'S    GUIDE * TO    HOME  COMPUTERS, M. Gross with, DouWeday,  $4,95.'  COOKERY FORrONE,OR TWO, Barbara  Swain/HP Books/15.95. ���  THE DOLLAR SAVING DECORATING,  BOOK, Wilson & Leaman, Doubleday, $11.  With the kids out of school this week,  there is not much time for in-depth reading  so why not pick up a How To book Few of  us team anything from them but it is .good  Jorthe soiitqput forth tiie effort, if not the  practice.  " ~  Barry Thornton's delicious book about  Steelhead will send the trout fisherman or  woman straight to the back of the closet  _��orJttie._angl_ng_-2qu_^  =pictoriaLa)n_pendium-ofjsteeJheadJMery__  Garden Club  Flower, plant show  By JACK MacLEOD "   '    -   .    * phone ,885-3154  Garden Club members spent part olE the   Flower Show  monthly meeting dealing with plans for   March 31!  the Spring Flower Show and Plant Sale  Saturday, March 31 in the Senior Citizen's  PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  or 885*9379.  and Plant  Don't forget the  Sale Saturday,  wanted for years to put all those favorite  recipes at your fingertips.' If you are  calorie conscious, you could program  meals of a certain low content to mix and_,' _HaU,4:3Cl to 4:30 p.m.       match. Most home files, could stand       Jack MacDonald, show manager,  organizing,- too7-Sma_l-busin,ess ap-   expects to presents colorful display of cirt r.  ilfcattons-arraTrimportantTWil^  book, especially when one considers the   bring in as many items as possible for  Wednesday, March 28,1979  KOKf,MOORBY, KOWBLUK & CO.  Certified General Accountants  JOHN W. AAOORBY, C.G.A. Resident Partner  BUSINESS -885-3511,    ,     . .,       Residence - 885-2498  low cost of a machine compared to that of  an extra person in the office. Besides,  computers do not need coffee breaks.  COOKERY F6R ONE OR TWO is one  of my fayorite recipe books. The very title  titillates.lt conjures up visions of candlelit  dinners when the ctiildren*re faraway, or  memories about when there was only "the  two of you", inspiring not-so-fantastical-  practicality, the single person or the  couple could find this book a great_help_.  Author Barbara Swain, a beautiful single  display and sale, and reminded them that  the club only offers plants of good quality  for sale.  The public is invited to come to the  "show to enjoy the spring colors, buy some  plants and enjoy refreshments (tea and  coffee-variety).   Speaking at the meeting was Eric  Huskins, club president, who gave a  demonstration of grafting, a method of  propagation. Grafting is the art of in-  Next to St. SViary's , Sechelt  885-5111  DL2180  treats the subject with all seriousness,  Included in the index are items such as  "spin dnd glo", "smolts", '.'slicks'', and  "slot". If you an initiate, the book will soon  have you .rattling off similar terms as  though your waders were always a part of  your original anatomy.  - For the technical fans, there ia THE"  BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO HOME  COMPUTERS. Even if you are only  curious, there is a slow, easy way to enjoy  a better understanding of the computer  mystique. Grosswith explains the basics of  ^omputerism-and-what-they-can-do-for-  you. He goes on to make suggestions about  how to put them to work for your, and even  how to build-your own.  Although the glossary looks cumbersome, it is the key to future helpmeets.  You can computerize your kitchen! What  about keeping an inventory of the stuff  that accumulates in the bottom of your  basement freezer? Or perhaps you have  herself, understands the problems of~  endless leftovers when you splurge and  buy a roast. She suggests a basic stock of  edibles. From there on she delves inl^o  gourmet style' meals, including Eggs  Rosinsky, Asparagus Polonaise andT  Fettucihe Alfredo. With a nicely  illustrated book as:this ;one_is, .Spaghetti,!  Carbonara Madelena is a snap. Eating*  alone can be a delight, proven by  COOKERY FOR ONE OR TWO.  While in the pood, the DOLLAR  SAVING DECORATING BOOK might  provide some assistance for those on a  high taste-low budget syndrome. Expect  few colored photographs, or catchy  phrases. Do expect many pictures of how  those who did not have pots of money  made their, rooms look fashionable. A  sewing machine and a handy painting,  hand will help accomplish some of the  looks in the book. All that is needed in  addition, is time.  serting a part of one plant (bush or tree)  =iht6afrothW,;wit--1he1l-^^  in place, so that the cambium layers of  scion and stock become one.  Many catalogues from nurseries or  seed houses, will show a rose bush that  "beare'three OT"fO-_rvarieties7This isthe"  result of grafting. In the fruit tree industry grafting can change the form and  fruit; Bearing quality of thetree; hence an  improved or new variety.  The club will again sponsor a Junior  Garden Club in Sechelt Elementary  School, with the blessing of principal Brian  Butcher, and Pat Craig as liaison person.  Pupils will be encouraged to create a  garden of their own at home and may do  some landscaping at the school.  Come, join the club and be part of the  interesting  activities.  For  information  Walk it to me!  7  tv*ri-iwiiiotii  urjoti_W  So spare your family the added grief and  confusion'ofTEunefal WangementsT.  ... You can have the last word on the last      J      ~~ J  thing in youtlife. Your fun_eral7_I;  _    _i To.-vlI_MORlALSOCIETY OF B.C i  Protect your family from the stress of      J p.o. Box 5240, Vancouver, B.C. |  deciding your final arrangements. Plan , V6B4B3 ' i  ahead for the possibility that you could i . I  unexpectedly die. You can specify a simple     J  I/we are interested in the aims of the Society. {  and dignified funeral, burial, cremation or      , Q want more information ,  memorial service. And it won't cost your        i [j wish to enrol now. ' i  family unnecessary expense. J }   --It_s^oui-funei-U--Sc--iav__y__u___-__h-S |_ M      , ,  _  {  recorded now. Join the B.C. Memorial , i��� ��amew    ,  Society and take a worry off your mind. i .Arirt,e. J  ���For the sake of the famjly you love. <     Address  V-.V ">"  The Memorial Society, of B.G.'s |  _.  ,, P��sjal ^ ,  contract undertaker for this area, First i City/town.. Code .. ,  Memorial Services Ltd., now has a facility      J , Amount i  at 2808 Mt. Lehman Rd., Abbotsford, B.C.    |  Phone __ enclosed  J  Memorial Society of B.C./N/\       Membership is $5 for each adult  Telephone 688-6256 \  | / (No charee for children under 19)  DNls��oN.-r^DV  CTB0N>CSUM��T60  Chuck Stephens  When we clean house  at Radio Shack, we do it  in a really big way!  Hundreds of first quality, overstocked or clearance items are offered at tremendous  discounts ��� if you shopped our Red Tag Sale last year, you know what we're talking  about! Prices have been slashed on stereo equipment, CBs, books, tapes, tools, you name  It. Come on in and check the Red Tag specials ��� you'll find more than you bargained for!  Red Tag Sale is in effect the week of March 26 to 31,1979, at all  Radio Shack stores and participating dealers.  CUSTOM PROFESSIONAL AUTO SOUND INSTALLATIONS  Save 50% on installations when  purchasing a Car Stereo from  J&C Electronics.  Chuck Stephens is a professional  technician who will install your  car stereo system.  ALL WORK GUARANTEED  effective  26 to March 3,1079  Keep "In touch" throughout the  house with this 4-statlon system  No ground piano  needed. Mount  provldei "lay-down"  feature from both  horizontal and  vortical mounting  surface!, Stalnleti  ���teel mounting  hardware and  levelling waiher,  ,  tronifortw, 16'  cable. PL-259  connector,  2.1-912  Half  price!  1978 oat. prlco  was 3.99  CrOx cassettes  Tho tape spoclally for  recorders with bias  switch. Incredibly low  price for a cassette that  offers full frequency  response, outs down  hlss.C-60 44-618  1978 cat. price ma 9.95  Organizer cabinet  Keep your small Items neatly stored  away In this bargain priced 15-drawer  cabinet, Unitized 10 x 8 x 6.1/2" steel  frame with clear plastlo drawers, each  ,6-3/4 x 2-3/4 x 1-1/4". Handy toto  handle, adjustable drawer dividers,  labels, .Baked enamel finish. 64-2028  noQ, 34,05  Think how many slept you Gould have invert today It you  row im. "whom nmm�� -ynwrrr mymtr TiometTtw mniier  operator can have completely prlvolo convenatlont with  any ot tho throe remote Mntlont no nthor nation non  Union In Cull tho wholn tnmlly to dinner without toklno a  .lop., end without dinner gelling cold.  fioloolor knot) on matter chooses remote No I, No  ��� ?. no, a or Mitnfloy, fron. witi-rinr on romofrio  etnnnl tho matter, oven when tyitnm It oil Mauler  <t-7/ll k <l-i/(t k ,i/(|", With throe 60' cabins, Ovoll  hflltory, AC adaptor availahle (or operation through  built-in AC adaptor iack <AO adap/er noUno.uded) ^^ Qf) ft ^^ m[^  WE SERVICE  J&C ELECTRONICS  'iTViltfH-*  R8M-IKI' JnNUMMt"  authorized Sales Centre  Cowrie St., Sechelt, B.C. ,  ; ,.._BO)<J208 ( ^  885-2568  *  i  p***-  \  ��� i Police report  12 youths in theft ring, black i  - Numerous complaint? from car owners  that the metal name^lates from their cars  are missihg led Gibsons JRCMP. to tin:  cover 4 ring ofyotmg tyameplate thieves.  Charges are pernJJng against a number  from an unlocked vehicle on Abbs Rd.  March 18. *        ' - -  -  Also on March 18, two motorcycles; in r  the lane behind the Omega restaurant  were damaged.  The wires from the  of theJ2 juveniles involved. More thanJO igpitlon^system of an 850 cc ttommando  iH-Wi^afiesr-wBr^  vestigation; some wprth as much as $90., -fciy and red side-cover stolen..       '-__,, -  Thenameplates were reported stolen Approximately 35 bottles of hard liquor  frommeGibsorwLegion.Sunnyo-estMaU md imm CMeg ^ ^ were recovered  and-apartmenUbij^ parktaguJ���te._aftBr_a bteakmin at Gibsons Legion last  Attmpts to removed nameplaUa caused ^^   mt ^        m ^ve teen  front and back windows were smashed and  .the ignition lock and hub caps, stolen.  Anyone with any information, is asked to  ; call Gibsons- RCMP. t ~ -  '-f- A number of missing juveniles were  found and returned home by Gibsons  damage estimated as. high as $400 to the  cars.  A house on Lower Road was broken into  March 17 by forcing a sliding window.  Approximately $10 in Canadian silver, $2 -  $3 in pennies and some Uquor waststolen.  A three-speed boy's blue bicycle with  white seat and trim was stolen from a  T==School=Road=condon^iirn=^ar��h=18f=  Value is estimated at $100.        ,  A 23-channel ToW CB radio was stolen  charged with break and entry and theft  and three persons have been charged with  possession of stolen goods.  A juvenile has been apprehended in  connection with the recent break-ami-  entry at the Gibsons Winter Club.  It was reported March -FHfiat  sometime^ver^e^eekeii4ra-eari��rked===|_ai  moored at a private dock in, Gibsons  March 23. Gibsons RCMP report a number  of pairs of eyeglasses have been turned in  in the last week  ��� ���  The Elphinstone Wanderers are of*,  :erit&��$100 reward for information about  the damaged Langdale playing field last  week.  Black ice on Highway 101 near Madeira  Park resulted in three single-car accidents  causing_$7_400 damage and no injuries,  -&chelt-RCMP^>ort.    Oh March 17 at 6:30 a.m.,  $1,500  miles north of Madeira Park. Damage to  the vehicle Was irreparable at $5,000.  Nothing was stolen in a break-in at a  residence in Selma Park in the afternoon  of'Mareh20.-   --7        :  * : ��� A house in Cove Quay subdivision near  ^arls^ove-b-_med-to-the-ground^last"  Thursday night. Creosote buildup in the  Chimney caused the fire which alsoburned  a' truck in the garage. Damage was  estimated at $45,Q00.  ._&.  ^mntwr*-* hWI. Gft-jom.  FOR THE FINEST IN  D1WNO MEASURE"  ���AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD  * WESTERN _FOOD Served promptly & Courteously  The house was not located in a fire  , protection district.  Numerous highway signs from Halfmoon Bay to Garden Bay were damaged  last Thursday. The signs were either  pulled out by hand or driven intojwith a^  motor vehicle.  HftPPreoth   GIBSONS.  Business Hours: Tue-Sat. ��� 4:30 pm���10 pm  Sun - 4:30 pm - 9:30 pm _  (Closed Mondays)   .  FREE HOME DELIVERY (with!* Village of Gibsons) "Your Fully  Licensed & Family Restaurant".  on the highway at the top of the Langdale  ferry terminal ramp was vandalized. The  caused^ryhe-Ftrt972=Torino===  went out of control seven miles north of  Madeira Park/  " The same morning at 2 a.m., $900  damage was caused when a 1966 Chev hit  black ice three miles north of Madeira  Park.  At 7:20 a.m. March 22, a 1979 Monza  also" went but of control on black icetwor  OL21S0  ���_%   #��lf^  rl__i^_a-__=.=__-^fcrf^ra   $L   _fa_f_i_?_rfi_r_.*ii   Where Good Deals Begin  885-5111 Next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  Sf*-  RCMP ARE still on the lookout for and have released composite  two males in. connection with an drawings from descriptions by wit-  assault and robbery at the Shell nesses. Report to police if you see  Station, Cowrie St., Sechelt March 5 anyone looking like the above.  'ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, March 28,1979  Pages 1*8 _  ���m���wm���^*���������**������mt*r  Offences up 6  Gibsons RCMP report a six per cent  increase in offences committed in 1978  over 1977; 965 offences were committed in  1978 compared to 899 in 1977.  While break-and-enter and theft from  businesses and residences have increased  20 per cent from 153 to 184, theft over $200  offences have decreased from 54 to 52 and  theft under $200 offences have decreased  25 per cent from 167 to 124. Theft from  motor vehicles has increased from 20 in  1977 to 27 in 1978. '____.; .  Fraud offences have increased 75 per  cent from 29 to 51, possession of stolen  property offences have increased irom  eight to 12, but offensive weapons offences  have decreased froth 11 to six.  Though percentage-wise, sex-related  offences are up 33 per cent, it means an  increase of one offence from three ih 1977.  Assaults are down 24.5 per cent from 57  to 43. Other criminal code offences such as  trespass at night, distrubing the peace,  etc. are up 11 per cent from 249 to 276.  Drug-related offences have increased  107 per cent from 14 to 29 in 1978. Offences  under provincial statutes are up 14.5 per  cent from 124 offences in 1977 to 142 in 1978.  Other federal offences remain the same  at 10. Offences concerning intoxication in a  public place have increased 90 per cent  from 31 to 59.  In traffic offences, hit-and-run accidents under the criminal code have  Gibsons  increased 146 per cent from 17 to 1977 to 37  last year, while hit-and-run aq^jjents  under ^ki~ motor   veHIi_ir afc't \WHt  decreased from 12 to three. ,'  Dangerous driving incidents have  decreased slightly from five to four. The  offence of driving without due care and  attention has increased 124 per cent from  25 to 56.  Impaired driving offences have also  increased-from 76 to88,15per cent.  Persons ^driving-whiter suspended havS  increased from five to 18.  Other traffic violations have increased  from 818 to, 1082, 32 per cent. Fifty-four  persons were injured last year in 37 injury  accidents compared to 44 in 36 injury  accidents in 1977.  There were three fatal accidents last  year compared to four the year before.  Traffic accidents increased five per cent  from 216 to 228. ���  Advertisingr  helps you judge  good from bad.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY 0O/<RD  "TIME FOR POOLS"  Ask us about  our  ���SWIMMING  POOLS  ���HOT TUBS  ���SAUNAS  ���SPAS  ���JACUZZIS  SALES & SERVICE  >sjv  .UNIHINB  If?  We install all our products  wM 'frl- jTi Vi  QUCTJ  rSflsaratt*  *^*mjteS#d.^^  or  886-8033  I "^S9*^��W*��^��������W��9K*��8^��*M  Froo Fstimntcs      No Obliij.ition  MEAT  CROSS RIB  ROASTS BLADE ROASTS  $_Tdaei PARTY STICKS i2  [ Ib.   X��Q%r HAM STEAK Fletchere, 6 oz  Canada A Beef    J_L wftif  $1  OQ  oz., 4 varieties  JL aw%r  *1.29  ea.  Ib.  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GARDEN RAKES cooP  PARING   KNIVES  Master Chef  SUNGLASSES  with cUpotlt  OC%      R��tail  Off    Old Stock  REMEMBER  DOff'T JUST SHOP-SHOP CO-OP  THERE IS A DIFFERENCE.  ��� �����  WE WILL BE OPEN EVERY SUNDAY ��� STARTING APRIL 1  TO LABOR DAY WEEKEND, 10 AM-5 PM. WATCH OUR  WINDOW SIGNS FOR SUNDAY SPECIALS I  Lower Gibsons ��� 886-2522  CO-OP  prices effective March 28-31  i X  PageB-3       The Penhisqto Times        March 28,1079    w^.k.Wantfed  For Rent  Real Estate  Boats and Engines   .   Cars and Trucks  Pets.  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  -Published Wednesdays by   tbe_Be_oiQ--___Ii_o.B  forWestpres Publications Ltd,  at Sechelt, B.C.  Established 1963  -Deatta;���Card���of���Thanks; ���|n-  Memoriom. M.aJxiage-_-__and_  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  after that. Four words per line.,  Birth Notices, Coming Events    -  "take regular classified rates.  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing  and Finishing.  AH  types - of ^Concrete~"Work7~  Patios, Floors,7Foundations.  2 BDRM HOUSE and garage,  complete<   privacy    on  acreage,with flowers and fishponds.   FP,  W"W     CAPD&t  -brivewaysr-Giistom-Wori-T���washer-,���drye^-dishwasner'  Concrete leakage problems.    .ran8?.i. fridge,   drapes   and  "Seepage   or   high   pressure  leaks.  2 VIEW LOTS West Sechelt,  across from beach access.  "Call owner; 885-27627    376648"  Ad-Briefs must be~paid for lir  fixtures'ihcl. fdeal for  mature couple that likes  ^B-SBSS-P---- BXfiL mmTmR  $3Mmon. Finn. 3775-18-  TofTree estimates'  .885-2125  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  to receive cash discount.  Subscription Rate.:  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:'  3-line-Ad-Briefs (12 words)  Onelnsertion  $2.15   _ .  Three Insertions ' $4.30.   ?y   , ": -.,__���_.   -Eit^Iir,eT(4 wolds; ^ 7777777*-�����A��� ��� y ; J���^  Display Ad-Bri-fs y?",$'da loco1 Arw"   '   *�����n V-  ��� ' $3.60perfelurnn inch ^ -      " V^'nn^  Box Numbers . .*>.. $1.00 extra    fT��� .l $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  _WJLL-BABYSIT-in my home  day   or   evening,   West  Porpoise Bay area. Ph. 885-  3991.     ~     --": 377448  -^tegor-6r=Reoder-advertlslncr3ffc -OcarATSa^TTTT^TrTr.TrW.OBT  ��?r ago*�� Hn*. Single Copies 20c ea.  Announcements   ALCOHOLICS   Anonymous;.  ��� Meeting, every Thurs;, 8:3a  pm, Wilson Creek Community:  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394". 4816-  tf  HELP PLAN Roberts Creek  Daze, come to meeting at  Community Hall, Wed., April  _i, ap.m. 3969=4-  Obituary  KING ��� passed away after a  lengthy illness on March 18,  1979, Catherine Sommerville*  King of Vancouver, aged 66  years. Survived by her loving  husband, Oliver; son and  daughter-in-law, Robert and  Diane King; daughter and  son-in-law Kathleen and  Warren McKibbin, Sechelt;  four grandchildren, Susan,  Alison, Eileen and David;  brother,. John Hunter,  Squamish; cousins in Edmonton and Scotland.  Deceased had lived as a young  child in West Sechelt, and  later was a summer resident  on Keats Island. The Rev. Dr,  Roy Bell of First Baptist  Church conducted the funeral  service in the Mt. Pleasant  Nunn & Thomson Chapel on  March 21. Interment, family:  Slot, * Masonic   Cemetery,  urnarby. 3944-18  PAWL-UK ��� passed away  March 18, 1979, Peter  , Pawliuk, late of Gibsons, aged  56 years. Survived by Tiis  loving wife Alexandra; 1  daughter, Phyllis McLellan of  Edmonton; 2 sons, Ken and  Reg of Edmonton; 6 grandchildren; 3 brothers and 3  sisters. Remains were forwarded to Edmonton where  funeral service and interment  took place on March 22. Devlin  Funeral Home in charge of  arrangements. 3944-18  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  INCORPORATE yourself -  fast - over the telephone.  Our forms and typing services  are lawyer approved. Call  Self-Counsel Services toll free  (112) 800-663-3035. Chargex  and Master charge approved.  4324-tfn  MRS. JACEA. Spiritual, tarot  card, palm reader. Past,  present, future, business,  love, marriage. If bad luck  experienced, writ�� problems  with full date of birth and send  with $10 to 2633 E. Hastings  St., Vancouver, B.C. V5K1Z5.  Ph. 255-3246. 3950-18  DISCERNING ADULTS. Shop  discreetly, send $3 for our  latest catalogues of marital  aids and lingerie. Direct  Action Marketing Inc. Dept.  Y.K., Box 3268, Vancouver,  B.C.V6B3X9. .3956-21  Help Wanted  acl-  CHALLENGING sales  position available in aU-  vertising department of  Cariboo communit;  newspaper. Managerial  vancement possible for right  person. Retail sales experience and marketing  background an asset. Send  resume in confidence to  Paulette Ernst, Mgr. Dir.,  Cariboo Observer. Box 4460.  Quesnel, B.C. V2J 3J3, ��� 3477-tf  EXPERIENCED BAKER  required for summer relief,  June-Sept inclusive. Apply  Shop-Easy Bakery, Mr.  Btackwell, 885-9823.     3910-20  STUDENT to houseclcan, IV*  hrs per wk After school or,  Sat. Prefer someone between  Davis Bay St Roberta Ck. 685-  3737. 3028-18  SPARE-TIME     commission  -^aoemfOLlptfinn^  work. Knowledge of color coordination an aohmntagerCar  necessary. 885-2283, ask for  John. 3929-18  Help Wanted  PART-TIME 2 days per week.  Special needs  worker  to  -work-w-child in Daycare-  setting. 885-2721 for info. 3936-.  18  PART-TIME physiotherapist  trained in CP work to work  w-child in Daycare setting  -885-2721-for-info    THUNDEItPAfliTIM  Interior & Exterior  professional work at  reasonable rates  Free Estimates  - 5 years on the coastr  885-3301 & 886-7619  3861-tf:  SPRING-   CLEANING- ���  reasonable rates. 885-5570.  3860-19  STRONG 18 yr. old desires  evening or weekend work.  Have painting exper. but  Renting  Ohe_ bedroom   apartments    ���  * Balconies  ,._  * Colored Appliances .  ^\eW~~" "  * Wall to-wall carpet  * Drapes  *_.lnter.com .  .    ,  * Controlled Entrance  * Cablevision   -  Renffrorh $190.00"  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  GARDEN^ATEstates, large  lot, $12,000. Ph. 112-545-6443  after 6 p.m. 3777-18  _.:___- OCEANVIEW  6 yr old Gothic Arch beauty.  Sunny-Selma��� Park, --3-lge-  bdrms, 100 x 125' treed lot, 5  min from Sechelt. $41,500.  Ross Gamble, 274-5017  United Realty, 736-3831   7 ____J885.20_  21' SAILBOAT, glass over ply.  .Excel't _:cond'n.,���__.uUy_.  .equipped on-trailer. Pricedior-  quick sale. $4500.886-9270.  3743-17  PART-TIME sales  representative required for  office and business related  products. Mature person with  car to work 15-20 hrs per week.  Box 6800 c-o Chilliwack  Progress, 36 Spadina Ave.,  Chilliwack, B.C.V2P6H9.  , 3952-18  PROLIFIC experienced  reporter-photographer for  full time work with award-  winning lower Mainland  community newspaper.  Ability to produce news and  feature copy and above  average photographs a must.  Union shop and good benefits.  Apply in writing only with  resume, clippings and  references to: The Editor, The  Gazette, Box 100,. Maple  Ridge, B.C.V2X7E9.    3953-20  BAKER or semi-retired baker  wanted on Salt Spring  Island, B.C. Write Box/348,  Ganges, B.C. V0S>aEO; 537-  5611 days, 537-9448 evenings.  q/      3960-18  LOGGING foreman required  for expanding Central Interior high lead operation.  Applicants must have  thorough knowledge of conventional logging systems and  preferably some highlead  experience. Full time duties to  include crew and maintenance supervision, camp  organization and scheduling  of off highway hauling. Full  range of benefits available.  Salary commensurate with  experience. Apply in writing  to Box 262, The Tribune, 188 N.  1st Ave., Williams Lake, B.C.  V2G1Y8. 3962-19  POSITIONS now available for  fully qualified Dairy Herdsman in the Okanagan-  Shuswap. $100-$1.500 per mo.  D.O.E. plus excellent housing  and utilities. Excellent  recreation facilities, schools.  Herdsman must be experienced in day-to-day herd  management, milking,  breeding records, heat  detecting, feeding and calf  rearing. Write in first instance  with references and resume  to: Canada Farm Labor Pool  Box 129, Armstrong, B.C. V0E  1B0. 3964-18  WANTED: Indian Education  Coordinator for Salmon  Arm. New full-tittie position.  Salary based on training and  experience. Should be native  British Columbian with post-  secondary training. Experience in recreation, social  band-school work. Applications to: District  Supervisor, School District  No. 89, Box 699, Salmon Arm,  B.C. V0E2T0 by April 23,1979.  3965-18  Work Wanted  PRESSMAN. An experienced  press man Is required to  operate and service a 4 - unit  Community Goss. The successful candidate will be  responsible for supervision of  other, personel, inventroy  control, , operation and  maintenance of tho press,  quality control and printing of,  a . weekly and daily  newspaper. Salary commensurate with experience.  Send resume to: Mr. T,  Sellars, Yukon News-  Northern Times, 211 Wood St.,  Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A  2E4. 3779-18  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Ixjt us care for your tree  needs:  -limbing  Insured work  "Our reputation  speaks for Itself"  pCTIteioo  "**" ' ���""'" " 3283-tf  Urn Tlmei Adbrlef ��� I    _      . FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek  393W8���W-llin&todoiinything-Phr886- Community���Hall;���Call"       7883 aft. 4 pm. ��� Have own   IMabel Dooley at 885-9804.  transp. ' *\       3863-19  .   EXCITING OCEAN VIEW  Sunny West Bay Gambier Is.  Gov't wharf, nr town of New  _Brighton,-J__acre._parc-.ls-I_  $24,500."  Ross Gamble, 274-5017  United Realty, 736-3831  3886-20  1  LARGE  office   &  store.  Lower  Gibsons.  View  of  Howe Sound. 581-0995 collect.  -_ _3847rl9._  SMALL FURN'D. house on  acreage w-stream, outbuildings, suitable pasture for  horses, fruit trees. Close to  beach, quiet peaceful area.  JMte_a_Box_31_LT,_3echelt_-  GENUINE '   DETROIT  DIESEL PARTS  ENGINES FOR  SALE  * 6V53 Detroit diesel  - Marine, Rebuilt  -*-4- cylrfrder ���Fo'rdr "  diesel rebuilt  *440 Chrysler-rebuilt  ^QEE^DAYS.A-VJ-EEIC^  '  8"a.m.-4:30 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR  DIESEL LTD   883-2616  Hiwoy 101"-. Pender Harbour  '57 FORD Van; '60 IT Ford on   duals?, oldv2T-Chev��� w--  flatdeck, 6 cyl; 2 Ford^ountry-  _wagQns;...au_-_cooled motors���_  extra tires & wheels, tools &  miscellaneous. Ph.  883-9172.  3694-17  3694-17  LAB-Airedale puppies, need  - good'hbmes. 886-9409 or 886���  2887:   '-~* -3870-19-  BARKLESS-BASENJI pups,  reg'd, shots, wormed, dew  claws removed. Born Jan. 26.  886-9277.' 3932-18  3887-19  ~_COMPLETE MARINE "  ELECTRICALWIRING  SERVICE  NOW AVAILABLE THRU  MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  ^��� 88&7918   1971 MAVERICK, $1,000". Ph.  ���8833005.���.��� 3828-18  1975 FORD Van B cyl, custom  interior, low mileage, exc.  cond. Ph. 886-9862 after 6:30  -p.m,- 3824-J8-  1977 TOYOTA CORONA  - station wagon, -5 - sp, 2.21  litre, radio, casette player,  .extra whee_-,_2_jstuddea_snQW-  tires, ~27$H) mi. Very good  condition. Ordered a van,  must sell. An excellent buy  $4500. Ph. 886-9044 after 5.3828-'  18..  . ...  1973 TR6, new brakes,  Michelins, AM-FM radio,  elec. overdrive, needs some  work".- $2500~OBOT PIT: 885--  5767. v 3767-18  '75 GMC Suburban 1500 Sierra  Grande, all factory opt incl.  a-c, 454 eng. $4595. 883-9677,  883-2455. 3909-18  AMERICAN P-trBull-Terrier-  pups, brindels and whites.  Write Box 1374, Vanderhoof,  B.C. V0J 3A0 or ph. 567-2574.  3948-18  REG'D.SIBERIAN Husky  piips.^Karnovanda Dichoda  lines. Ph. 530-0614 - 24 hrs.  (574-4358 weekends). Write  Coppermine Kennels, 87Z0  -Harvie=RoadrR^Rr6rSiirreyr  B.C.V3S4P1. 3949-18  Lost  SMALL   female   Siberian  Husky, black, white & grey.  Lost beg. of March. 886-9739.  .           _3939-20_  Found  IN  SELMA  PARK,   large  black dog w-white spot on  chest. 885-2737. 3930-18  3691-tf  JOURNEYMAN   Shipwright  seeks  work. Exp.  in  all  aspects boatbuilding;  house  carpentry & cabinet work.  Reliable worker, reas. rates.  - For free est. & professional  job, call Allan May, 885-5765.  4578-tf  SMALL APPLIANCE  REPAIR  through  MILLER MARINE  ELECTRONICS  886-7918  3822-tfn  D&R CONSTRUCTION, site  clean-up. Free estimates.  -886-9324. -���   3888-19  WINDOW CLEANING  Hourly or Contract  free estimates  885-5735 mornings  3527-tf  Business Opportunities  HIGH POTENTIAL Business  in Gibsons, mall location,  plants & giftware. For info  write Box 576, Sechelt. 3917-20  NOW LOCAL Athway  distributor offers opportunity for good earnings.  You pick the hours, we assist.  For appt, call Paul Morris.  79264807, __i-:T-- 3918-tf  ONCE ONLY opportunity to  ... /own : prof -table vending  business, your area. Service  once monthly, small investment. Stride Industries,  12701 King 'George Hwy,  Surrey V3V 3K7 or ph. 525-  2755. 3954-18  PENDER ISLAND Building  Supply and freight business.  5.85 acres with residence.  Excellent potential. The only  business of its type in this  growing Gulf Island community. $210,000 plus stock.  Pacific Coast Lands Ltd., 629-  3271, Pender Island, B.C. VON  2T0. 3955-18  FOR SALE by owner, 20 unit  Motel, air-conditioned,  strategic location, attractive  setting. Grossing $100,000.  Plus excellent residence for  large family in booming  Revelstoke, B.C. Write to PO  Box 359, Revelstoke, VOE 2S0.  Principals only. 3963-18  EXCELLENT business op-  , portunitv: become a  Chimney Sweep. All equip't  needed plus training. Call Lee  Christian anytime. 883-9171.  3554-tf  NEAR KAMLOOPS, B.C.  fully equipped store, lunch  counter, post office, janitor  service and mall contract.  Income without store $800  mon., comfortable living  quarters adjoining store on Hi  , acre with large storage  building, fruit troos and  garden. Must be seen. F,P.  only 157,000. Ph. 885-3660 or  434-0459. ,3768-18  Wanted to Rent  <��� WANT TO RENT a garage,  Sechelt, Gibsons or Roberts  .. Creek area. Ph, 886-794?, 3800-  For Rent   i ���. ,'  TRAILER  spaces  in  West  Sechelt.    I    doublcwlde  24 x 40 singes. 885-2079.    4224-  .-tfn.�� ,^~ ��.. ��� - ���-�����  W. SECHELT waterfront.  Fully furn'd 4 bdrm home on  excel't beach. Fridge, stove,  washer, dryer, freezer, dlsh-  wa��Uer,ai4o oil heat. Until  MAPLE CRESCENT Apart-"  ments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apte.  Reas.   rent.   Incl.   heat;  cablevision, stove, fridge. 886-,  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfn  COTTAGES,     weekly    or  monthly.    Housekeeping  units,   furnished,   TV.   Ritz  Motel. 886-2401. 4249-tfn  UNFURN'D  2  bdrm,  $225.  Redrooffs Rd. 885-5171.3684-  16 ��� , . ;:  HOUSE FOR rent, Redrooffs,  $300 per mon. Ph. 591-6287  after 6 p.m. 3771-18  SELMAPARK- 3 bdimTno-  bsmt, total living space 1480  sq ft, large enclosed back  yard. No dogs. Lease up to 1 yr  or lease to Duy. Refs to 3 yrs  back will be checked. $325  mon. Ph. 885-9328.        3803-18  SMALL 2 bdrm house, Gower.  Pt area. Stove & fridge. $275.  ;��� per mo. 886-2166. 3837-19  lOW    ;��J  v, fp,  ���987-  MADEIRA PARK, nr new 3  BR home, 2 baths, w-w,  bsmt, $325. 883-2212 or  9736. 3846-19  2 BDRM apartment, w-w  throughout,  fridge,  stove,  exc.   view,   elec  heat.   W.  Sechelt. $197.885-9872. 3872-19  2 BACH, suites, avail immed.,  unfum'd, Central Gibsons.  886-2597 or 886-9336.      3875-19;  '72 MOBILE Home near beach  for rent. $185 per mo. 926-  1024. 3890-19  2 BDRM home, fridge & stove  incl. $250 per mo. 885-9203.  3900-18  2 BDRM older house, light  yard maintenance for reas.  rent, avail, immed. 8854517.  3912-18  1 BDRM suite in Gibsons,  living room, dining room,  kitchen, bathrm w-shower,  spacious, carpeted  throughout, $225 per mo7  Phone Ken Wells, 886-7223|  Century West Real Estate  (1978) Ltd. 3931-18  Real Estate  W. SECHELT. 3 bdrms;  master ensto, contemp.  design homo. Lge family  kitchen, floor to ceiling fp;  thormo windows, cedar-  nlanked ^ceiling, panelled  feature wall, heated garage  under bsmt' roughed in. FP  $58,900,885-2762. 3404-tf  WATfcRFRONT     FARM,  preferably   on   Gulf   or  Georgia or on B.C. Coast.,  Require year-round sheltered i  moorage; southern exposure'  and ample water. Must be In  excess of 10 acres.  Farm  preferred but will consider  acreage   that   has   farm  potential. Principal dealiigs  Ereferred, bona-iide private  uyer, Write Box 137, 808-207  W. Hastings St., Vancouver,  B.C.V6B1H7. 3733-t.  jSAKINAWLAKE  Now cabin, framed-roof,  windows, some insul nnd  finishing. Can bo year .round.  Good docking, boat and  motor. Treed, no cliffs, warm  water, SW view. 150 ft x 350 ft.  NEW 3 bdrm house, 1000 sq ft,  non-bsmt, sundeck, carport,  view prop, w-w, elec heat,  fridge & stove incl. FP $39,000.  Call collect 245-7283 eves. 3865-  19  1 BDRM suite in Gibsons,  living rm, dining rm, kitchen, bathrm w-shower,  spacious, carpeted thro'. $225  per mo incl utilities. Phone  Chuck Dowman, Century  West Real Estate (1978) Ltd.,  885-3271. 39p5-17  EAST BARRIERE Lake,  beautiful setting, over 100  acres deeded, Kamloops area.  All seasons access, services,  turf airstrip, lakefrdht beach.  Ideal_commercial or private,  estate. Box 37, Barriere, B.C.  VOE 1E0. 9216-19  SELMA PARK: modern 6 yr  old home on concrete  crawlspace, 80x150' lot, 3  bdrms, stone fp, 1490 sq ft  living space. Room to park 3-5  vehicles in completely ten-��?  closed back yard. Only*:  $46,000,885-9328. 392^-20  f.        ..-.���--i.i-       __������.���       ���       ..   -      SI ____���������     IIS. ,_.,____.���_. .  CHOICE CLEARED view lot."  Above Selma Park, natural  dogwoods & smaller trees,  good soil. 885-2198.       3927-18  WFT Pender Harbour area.  190' in Bargain Harbour,  timbered, deep < water  moorage, fully serviced,  ready to build. Exceptional  property. $68,000.943-2835.  3943-21  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   MODUUNE   12x48,   2  bdrm, good cond., $8,400 or  offer. 926-1024. 3296-tfn           ..... . . ��� i ..       .  12x66' 4 BDRM. Priced for  quick      sale.      885-2600  anytime.   ' 3489-tf  AT SELMA PARK Mobile  Home Park. 12x68 mobile  Home. Used only 9 mo. 3 bdrm,  stove & fridge, w-w,_sundeck,  fabulous view. Top cond. Only  $15,500 or try your offer. Enid  Reed, 872-5078, Goodrich  Realty Ltd., 873-4811 or 885-  3505 aft. 6. ' 3836-19   t   ,'7612x68,3 bdrm, fully furn'd.  885-3487. 3842-19  '70 2 BDRM mobile home,  very good cond'n. $8500.885-  50307 3848-19  MOBILE HOME. Choose from  36 different homes. (Now 2  bdrms), Many options $12,995.  Offers invited. Wcstlawn  Homes, 16099 Fraser Hwy,  SurreyrB;C. V3S 2W8. Ph; 596-  1111 or 596-4205.        .   3880-20  ��� HiniMHIHiPHI MM.WII���IMMWIM.l'-.sill-ll^ ������ ���I--III-..-   '72 12x48' 2 bdrm Modulinc.  $7800 or will rent, good cond..  3823-tfn  25'  BOAT.  Inboard,  Head,  VHF, CB, recording depth  sounder, many extras. Van.  324-9544 or Pender 883-2322.  3773-18  14'  RUNABOUT  complete  with remote controls, 28 HP  Evinrude, good for fishing,  $500. Ph. 885-9901 weekends.  3799-18  FISHING  BOAT   Vega   I,  length 32',   wid.   9'3".   2  phone, aut. pilot, hydraulic.  Ph. 886-7792 Gibsons.    3804-18  BAYUNER  2550 H.T.,   188  Mercruiser,  FWC,  VHF  radio, many extras. Ph. 487-  4266, Powell River.       9178-tf  .   HEADWATER MARINA'  LTD  Moorage and Marine Ways.  Down Narrows Road  - 883-2406 24 hours  3826-tfn  ���J    (l.lf!.".,       -  .-   .  15.'6','��j   ^Hpiir.ston  Sidewing  353 GM - used; 371  Nissan - used; Volvo  AQD 40-280 leg - new;  440   Chrylser-rebuilt  120 Mercruiser -  new.  BOAT MOVING  IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE  i 7 DAYS A WEEK  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES  LTD.  Sinclair Bay Road  883-2722  4355-ffn  14' SPEED BOAT. 45 HP,  , elec. start and shift and new  Calvan trailer. $900 OBO, Ph.  886-7453. 3821-18  Marine Multiple Listing Services  power  33' MONK  CRUISER .;. $18,000  24'6'.' REINELL  CB ,..,,.,.,,.,, $12,100  24'6" BAYUNER    ,  ���,���-������  CB $10,900  WHITE CAP  YACHT BROKERS  SAIL  "���41' MOTOR  tSAILER $55,000  40'MORGAN 7.... $139,000  32'WEST SAIL  $52,000  ,���,_    886-7434  i^ss  926-1024.  3891-19  Call Ian Hamilton  3830-18  SUITE FOr rent,  2  bdrm  duplex. Ph. 885-2754,3776-tfn  3 BDRM FULL bsmt home.  double carport, sundeck, 2  fireplaces, ensuite plumbing,  large iinUhtd reo room, bath  ~i-Z.    10 acre Grandvfew Rd. 500  r  east of Pratt. Asking $08.760.'  Ph, 8864044. 1827-18  '74 SAFEWAY Buena Vista 3  bdrm, ldry rm, washer &  dryer, fridge, stove., corner  chesterfield, fuel tanks tt  skirting incl. $12,000 obo. 885-  6444. 3908-20  76 12x68 Berkshire, 3 bdrm,  carpet, drapes, all appliances incl. washer & dryer.  Lge sundeck. Asking $15,000.  886-2706. 3913-tf  74 EMBASSY 12x04, rovor-O  nlslo, 3 bdrm, furn'd, lndl  washer & dryer, good cond.  885-2472 after 6 pm.      3968-20  Boats and Engines  '���*"* m WniWiwm m^mu_mmmmmmmmmmmnmim_mmm_t <���  24',ZETAMrdtop, 255 Choyon  Volvo log.  Full  gnlley.  loaded with extras. Excel't  cond'n, 886-7004. 3491-tf  NEW 18�� Campion fibreglass,  188 More K), 40 hrs, Incl.  new, Calglass, trailer. Cost  $11,550, sacrifice $8200. 885-  5780. ,. 3907-18  15' FIBREGLASS Lund c-w 60  HP Johnson OB & trailer.  $2800 obo, 085-3136.       3010-18  Cars and Trucks  ���74 FORD window van, new  tiros, rob't  transmission.  $2500 obo, 885-3258.       3261-tf  1977 TOYOTA Lundcrulser  4x4, exc, cond. $7000 OBO.  1970 .leep convert, 4x4 $5995  OBO, exc. cond, Ph. 885-2221,  ask for Cliff Acton.      3772-1(1  1068 4x4, new- white spokti  wheels      and      tiros;  mechanically  sotind.   11500.  Ph. 888-8730 after 6,     3B12-1B  ROADRUNNERS for fixing,  - $iW'��BerriW7-nrmbw  station *wagonf'8a7j*runnlngr  1963 Vallum SW, 225, running;  1965 Jnpnneso Rovor, 1.0 litre,  not running. 866-2809.   3016-18  '75 FORD F100 Vz ton, $2600.  885-3949. 3911-20  SMALL MOTOR Home, 4 whl  drive, fridge, stove, toilet,  exc. cond. $2900.886-7167.3915-  18  ���77 CUTLASS Supreme', T-  roof, ps, pb, pw, in-dash  tape, bucket seats, wht int,  new radial, lady-driven.  Asking $6700. Serious  inquiries only. Valerie, 883-  2722 days, 883-9482 eves. 3941-  20  '73 DODGE Club Cab, ps, pb,  immac. $2600 obo.  Quick  sale. 885-9859. 3945-18  '75 JIMMY 4x4 High Sierra'  400,9 tires, ac, roof rack, 2-  tone, 24,000 mi. Offers to $7500.  883-2567. 3947-18  TOW TRUCK for sale. 885-  5111. 3971-20  PARTS   TRUCK,   '65   Chev  Carry-All %T, runs, no rad,  grt. tires. $150 obo. 885-3782.  ,3843-19  '75 DODGE Coronet "stn wgn,'  49,000  mi,   318  c.i.,   good  cond'n. $2200.885-5252. 3845-19  '77  PACER  DL,   1   owner,  approx 26,000 mi.  Good  cond'n. Hurry, make me an  offer. 885-2022. 3852-19  HARDTOP for Jeep CJ5 w-/  doors, $175.885-5000. 3897-19  '75 FORD %T, ps, pb, radio, 8-  track, CB, lights, rear  sliding wdw, new exhaust,  shocks & rear brakes. 41,000  mi. $37000 obo. 885-9203. 3901-  18  Campers and Trailers  AINSLEE TRAILER, 13MiX7,  elec. propane. 885-3525.  3742-17  '78  TRAVEL  trailer,  29',  excel, cond., sliding glass  door, new furniture. 883-9230.  3869-22  CAMPER for small Import  truck. Furnace, stove & ice  box. 885:9452. 3902-19  34' 1974 5th wheel for sale. Rr  bathrm, tip-out, patio doors,  power unit, full kitchen, lots ot  cupboards, Clean. W.R.  Pinchln, Magna Bay, ph. 955-  2950. 3966-18  Motorcycles  HONDA ODYSSEY, like new,  $1300.885-5000., 3896-19  '78    HARLEY    Davidson  Sportster. $5000.885-9422.  '      3920-18  70 YAMAHA XS400,  $1300.  805-9348. 3021-10  -'77 1200 Harley Decker,: 885-  2030. 3938-10  77 MONTESA 348 Cota trials,  exc,  cond.  Helmet  incl.,  some extras. $1000, Ph. 485-  4090 after 6 pm, 9345-20  Livestock  JERSEY      MILK      cow,  producing 4V4 gal, milk per  day.tfo.for calf. 883-9172.  3693-17  HORSESHOEINt-T^uFiob  Hopkins eves. 886-0470. 3300-  tfn  CI1ICK|5,- brown, egg loyors,  ��� white Legliorns, whito  Rocks.; Order ' enrly-shlp  anywhere. Napier Chick  Sales, 0743-210.h St., Box 59,  Mllnor, B,C, VOX 1T0. 534-  _7222,���.__,_���_���_._���_.���,..,34a24l,..  Wanted to Buy  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock   or  qedar.  Porpoise Bay Logging Ltd.  885-9408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  WANT TO BUY child's bike.  Ph. 886-2355 or 886-9880.3801-  18  PORTABLE      SAWMILL  wanted. Please call 774-6467  or write R. Eaton, Box 851,  Fort Nelson, B.C. V0C1R0.  3959-18  WANTED: Steel Tug with or  w-out motor, 2440' long. D.  Humphries, 15650 - 28th-Ave.,  Surrey V4B 4Z5. Ph, 531-5130.  3961-18  -PRIVATE PARTY interested  in buying small acreage or  large lot, Sunshine Coast. Will  give prompt consideration &  reply to all inquiries. Write  Box 310 G, Sechelt.       3838-20  WANT TO BUY used propane  stove. 885-3143. 3841-19  For Saie *  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x8s - 60 ft; 2x10s - 45  ft. Ph. 522-3328.     3460-tf  R.V. RENTALS  CAMPING THE  FUN WAY  Camper Rentals  Fully Equipped & Insured. $70  per week  (winter rates in  effect till June l).  Book early  885-2600  3408-tfn  HARBOURSIDE  DEVELOPMENTS  LTD.  presents;  FOR SALE ��� tho old Pool  Hall on )03 ft. watorfront  In Lower Gibsons. This  prime location property  has tremendous potontlal  for future development,  Close to silo of marina and  existing harbour, Priced at  $80,000 for early salo.  Phone 886-2207  9 am���5 pm  FIREWOOD, box cords, $55  full cord; $30 half cdrd. 805-  9410.   Bo   wise   order  your  firewood before you need it!  ' 3709-20  SILVERLINElt tent trailer,  gd    tiros,    now    wheel  bearings, new wiring, needs  now canvas. Sips 6, $200; 885-  ,6253, ,,jl ,.;,.,, ...384440..  DUSKY   PINK   wool   rug,  15x12'; matching runner  10'x4\ $200,885-3389.     3053-10  See More Classifieds  See Page JO-4  '$HI!r^rmlWPa^^8oodwlth,  small children, must bo  sold, Offers. Ph. 885-5753.3802-  18  DRESS  MAKING  by  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  ''^MfiifiPlgiiifj  i��i''ftnooMftdiij  ^fllMjlfllW-ff  Call  after 5:00 p.m.  t Wedneaday, March 28,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageB-3  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Highway 101 at Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2794  HASLAM. CREEK WATERFRONT   Over 15 acres with 750 ft waterfront, with  cabin & oyster lease. FP $165,000.'Possible  terms.  ONE ACRE LOTS  On Francis Peninsula. Privacy plus vafue in  this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't  delay. $15,000 each.  ���  WATERFRONT LOT -  Deep and protected moorage in Egmont.  Has  trailer  pad,  septics  and  water  and  -pov?err$3S:G0O: '   EXCELLENT ,,   Building lot. Front Road, Madeira Park. Fully  serviced'$10,500.  7 ACRES  On Highway 101 close to Madeira Par}..  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope.  Asking $35,000.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  "PENDEROSA" at Garden Bay ��� Drive-In,  Take-Out, groceries, barber shop,-2 bdrm  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! Close to beach &  free moorage. F.P..$12,000.  John Breen - 883-9978 Mike Rosse  separate living quarters with water view.  Now is the time to buy this going concern.  Call Mike Rosse, 883-9378 or 883-2794.  HARBOUR MOTORS -^ At Kielndale. 4 bay  Service Station, Body Shop & Store. Separate  small 3 bdrm home; real opportunity for a  body man looking for a lucrative family  operation. Call Mike Rosse, 883-9378 or 883-  2794.  883-9378 Jock Hermon 883-2745  SK  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-2248  GIBSONS WFT ��� Gower Point area; 2 bdrms, large living room with FP,  electric heat, full basement could be made into rec room or extra liyino  area. Garage with lighted drive, beautifully landscaped. Very choice  property. $85,000.  LANGDALji.���.Many oustanding features in this contemporary styled 3 "  bdrm home. Spacious master, bdrm, with sauna, wired ahd lined; '  cathedral ceiling in LR, finished in Calif, redwood; FP finished with  Arizona sandstone. Kitchen has barbecue & rotisseries, ceramic tile floor.  Basement ready for finishing touches, has a window wall. Cozy family  room adjoins kitchen. 2 FP with heatilators, double glazing on main floor.  $85,000.  GIBSONS ��� Bay area, close to beach, stores.and PO. Attractive 3 bdrm  home on extra large lot with: good vegetable garden. Home is conveniently designed with large living room with rec room, utility,  workshop and spare room. $62,000.  GIBSONS ��� Lower Village,, fantastic view from LR, FP and fine built-in  kitchen. 2 bdrms on main floor with den or extra bdrm In bsmt. On sewer.  $48,500._  ROBERTS CREEK ��� New subdivision, 2 bdrm house on large lot; lower  floor has utility room, storage and extra lavatory. Some view of Georgia  Strait from upper floor; priced to sell at $40,500. <  *  VETERANS ROAD ��� Comfortable 3 bdrm home, 2 baths, master bdrm  ensuite, lovely post and beam, stone FP in living room, A/O heat, extra  room in bsmt. Situated on large lot with good garden area. Must be seen.  LOTS  LOWER GIBSONS ~ 3 lots, corner School Road and Hiway 101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,000.  GRANTHAMS ��� three lots on Reed Road. Good Investment property,  potential view. Asking $8,750 each.  ACREAGE ��� 6.9 acres on level lot, beautiful property with year-round  creek and well-treed with alder, maple and fir, Hiway access at Wljaon  Creek, Would make fantastic private estate or other development. Call  John Black for map and details. 886-7316.  CHERYL ANN PARK ��� 2 lots 72 x 105', no rock, easy to build on, all  services, septic approvedand beqcl} access. $) ,500 down, balance at  $125 per month @ 10-1/2%. Terrific investment. Oil lower Cheryl Ann  Park towards beach.  WHARF ROAD -��� Langdale, good retirement area; lot 65 x 193'. Try your  offer.  ROSAMUND ROAD -~ Three lots cleared, ready to build. Only $10,500  each, ,  GIBSONS - LEVEL CLEARED LOT IN Gibsons Village on sewer and water,  62 x 182', obtainable with small down payment of $3,500. Inquire for  further details.  ACREAGE ��� Five acres, secluded with creek across one corner. Beautiful  property In Roberto Creek area. Good Investment, Asking$23,000.  Evenings  I  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000.  ".38*"  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� Luxurious 3 BR  cedar home, built 1975. View and many  extras. $105,000.  IRVINES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  =Parkr=i-is*one^fireplacef=ensuitef-6-=opplianeesr=  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  Close to marine. $75,000. One car taxf  business available with above for additional $10,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR split level home,  built '1977. 6 appliances, 2 sundecks,  -carport.���Excellent^view,���Landscaped  seml-waterfront lease lot. $35,000.  FRANCIS  PENINSULA ���- Near new  3  -bdrm-SF-lit-level.-Eireplacer-sundeck-&  carport. $60,000.    ���  MADEIRA PARK ��� interesting 4 BR view  home,   architect   designed.    5   major  appliances. $77,000.  FRANCIS   PENINSULA   ���    12   x    44'  Giendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  -addition^On-2/3_;-acre-lotT-$28H500:���:  MIDDLE POINT ��� 2 BR home, 1100 sq ft  on 9.5+ fairly level, treed acres. Well.,  850+ ft frontage on Highway 101.  $49,1  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped tot. 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 ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & marinas. $54,000.  LIUIES (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.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  B\T  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  >**m-  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  1. MADEIRA PARK ��� serviced lots.  $7,T>00-$22,000.  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  Drive. $10,500.  -view lot on Porpoise  5.  BARGAIN   HARBOUR' -  treed, serviced, $25,000.  1.5 acres,  6. MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots,  serviced with hydro & water,' on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.  $11,000-$12,750.  7. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road, Serviced lots, most with view,  three with lakefront. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  LOTS  FRANCIS PENINSULA  ���,1. 132 f�� W/F In Pender Harbour, 1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above   1.22��  acres. $36,500.  3. 2 20 �� 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  ACREAGE  INVESTMENT PROPERTY  Partially   developed   subdivision ' with  potential of 59 lots on Francis Peninsula,  Pender Harbour. $150,000.  2.   RUBY tAKE ��� 5;f treed acres, close  to public lake accet.. $19,800.  3. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 3.4 �� acres &  4��. acres, seml-waterfront. Overlooking  Malaspina Strait & just a few feet to the  waterfront, Hydro, water & paved road.  $40,000 each.  EARL COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450+ ft  sheltered waterfront ad|olnlng ferry  terminal. Excellent site , for possible  motel, hotel, camper-trailer park.  $135,000.  EGMONT ��� 2.27 acres with 387��.ft low  bank waterfront. Good driveway to  waterfront. Launching romp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park & fishing resort. An  excellent property, Full price $95,000.  EGMONT ��� 7 acres with 540 ft low  bank waterfront, Site has been  prepared for possible use as a large  WF trailer-camper park 8, fishing  resort. This is an excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina,  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank interest rate.  ST, VINCENT BAY ��� 365db ft waterfront,  6.71 acres, water access. $29,500.  4. Near Ruby Lake  101. $25,000,  8,39 acres on Hwy  5,   Near  Madeira  Park  ���   15  acres,  2150 �� ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  1. MIDDLE POINT ~ 2*9 treed acres on 6. Francis Peninsula ��� 1,0__ acres,  Hwy 101 with 949J: sq ft 2 BR home with corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  carport. Drilled wall, $39,500. Roads. $17,500,  f COMMERCIAL PROPERTY^  MADEIRA PARK vacant storo bldg,  ad|olnlng living quartors, One acre with  104'   frontago   on   Madeira   Pork   Rd.  u:;^i#*;%jWu;_w, Zoned R3. $32,000,  r^l^^����^SSa-______*^i  ���if*'if   .'-I,* ������, X ''���������' -ht       ���      < .:���'!��v.1, V_  V* /W 7fr,:>   '>*# ^vls  ... ���'��� ''Mv  ���*��%&���*���  JUNCTI6N ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY  Beautiful 10,75+ acre Island In Jervis Inlet with numerous good building  Bitot, excellent ihollorod moorago and several coves, Woll trood with fir,  cedar, arbutus ��� some merchantable timber, Oyster bed. Only 15"minutes  ride by fast bdaf frorrt Earls Cove or Egrriont, $120,000.  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  ___.j_fi  TROUT FARM ��� PENDER HARBOUR, Ready  to go ��� raceways Installed to handle  160,009 trout, 95i acres land,  Provincial commerclql trout farm  licence. Wqter licence, Located on Hwy  101,; across from .Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $266,000,  Garden bay marine ~~ 7oo��. lineal  feet   floats,  Living  quarters,   laundry,  showers oft leased land. $f)5,000,  GARDEN BAY ������ spacious 3 BR horn* on  1,16 acres on Claydon.Raad, On 93�� ft  waterfront with float and boathouie,  $149,000    OARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� fl BR horn*, full  basement, 1997 sq ft on main floor, Built  1976. Separate 700 sq It workshop. On  T��*3C CpO'lte" WSIf^fffOCI'l tot WftH f UWfJ m  Hoot. $180,000.   GUNBOAT BAY - 5�� acres with 3 BR  home, 3 cottages, float, On 152�� ft  waterfront, Near Madeira Park,  ��>?��,000.  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9140  OLL1 or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  &  ' ���' \  ^JL<  Eagri$fi peninsula Times  |l/^Marcii 28,1979  fror Sale  ',  - j     t ..  Doug Joyce  885-2761  ^  BRAND     .NEW      Metal  ~ Newsstands, never used, set  up/for 15 cents but can be  dinged, Ideal fot community.  newspapers. We have 19, of*  these newsstands for sale for-  $J#0Q or $100 each. Write  Times Printing & Publishing,  142fc~Pembroke Ave., North  "Vancouver, V7P 2S1 or phone  "W7531 days,^eWrrifig~922^  7761.        3643-tfn  HAMMOND   ORGAN   -   2  "Ifnanualsr 13 pedals���new���  cb>d. 886-7106 after 6 pm. 3884-  19    VERY GOOt) COND. Ken-*  __^more-oil-_:angfi4J_00;_2_oiL_  stands .w-barrels & all 'connections, $25; lge white fridge,  mod. style, $85.885-9560. 3893-  17J -   FISHER woodburning stoves^  fof sale" at A.C." Rentals,  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rdv883-2585. 3217-tf  ��t��r   I^SI-ER woodburning stove  ->ith-the_10.year guarantee,  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics.,       4855-tfn  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  .Matertiity Clothing, .'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5. 4457-tf  1974 FORD L750 single axle  r<Jump truck, 391V-8, low mi.  Good cond. $6500 firm. Ph. 885-  5773 after 5. 3798-18  lissPWNER Monarch electric  cement mixer,  nrly new  .. .cond, U54582 eves.      3906-18  i .. 1 .     ��� i - ������-���.__-_.!���*���* i* -������*-* i ����������*��� ��� * ft irg__^  TRY MACLEODS, SECHELT  for 40 gal.  Hot Water Tanks  139.94  *   , 3934-18  DOMESTIC sewing machine,  cabinet model, fancy attachments, $150.886-7167.  3914-18  8', HYDROPLANE; Gibsons  Titan amp., 50W 15 & 12"  speakers; pr of 14" chrome  wheels; 18V woodribbed  canvas canoe. 885-9564.3916-20  MACLEODSSECHELT  DELIVER GIBSONS  3935-18  '76   FORD   F150,   4x4,   exc  shape, wide tires, 360 motor.  $5500.886-9777. 3924-20  23" B&W console TV, pole &  antenna, $50; wht enamel  garbage burner, smoke pipe,*  $607885-9898. 3925-18  5 PCE It Oak bdrm set,  dresser w-full length  mirror. $150; teak coffee table  w-2 side cupboards, $80. 885-  2198. 3928-18  ALL   YOUR   PLUMBING  SUPPLIES     ARE  CHEAPER AT MACLEODS,  SECHELT.       ,-      3933-18  FIRE I_OGS for sale. Located  Pender Harbour. 682-7121,  ask for Bob Brooks.     3942-18  18' SHUFFLEBOARD table,  $500 obo. Call May 883-2507.  3946-20  DOORS! B.C.'s lowest prices!  Pre-hung interior, $15,90;  solid exterior pre-hung,  $44.00; panelled doors. $39.00;  deadbolt locks $9.90; closet bi-  folds, $11.90; reject doors.  $1.00. Canada's largest  selection. Walker Door Ltd.  266-7211, 1366 S.W. Marine  Drive, Vancouver V6P 5Z9.  >    3951-18  INCREASE YOUR gas  mileage 6 miles per gallon.  The $20 Ramjet ��� Supercharger saves you money.  Slips on. fits any car or truck."  No mechanic required. Direct  orders and enquiries to: FBD  Enterprise, 8l38-8th Ave.,  Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A1S2.  3957-18  GREENHOUSES all sizes or  you build with finest  greenhouse fiberglass. 20 year  warranty. .Write for Information or phone NU-FAB  Construction 530-6201, 22470  Fraser Highway, Langle  B.C.V3A4B. 3f  ROLLAW A Y cot, $35; 2  copper Torchler lamp,  Japanese motif, $30 ea.; table  lamp, $10; telephone bench  $15;2chrs.88IW5629.     3967-18  INDUSTRIAL   Automotive  steam  cleaner,  Malabury  750.885-5111. 3970-20  Bob Bull  885-2503  Mam  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  FREE REAL ESTATE CATALOGUE  Post Office Box 1219, Seehelt  \' ->   -  / Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  885-2053  885-2385  ^  Don Hadden  885.9504  SPEaArfHIS-WEErtr$4lT500-tull-price;-3  bedrooms,   1140 sq ft, fireplace,  laundry  room plus storage building. Handy village  location. Close to gov't wharf. Terms. Call  - -Jack: ;��� ���   REDROOFFS: New waterfront 3 bdrrnTiome  with expansive'view of.Georgia Strait and  Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stqjnless steel "Shaw" fireplace & skylight.  -Treed-lot-.-Pn-ed<rcrt-on1y-$67T500.-Bob, ���  Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  GETTING  'BOMBED'  IS DYNAMITE!  DON'T ~  W_IIN.lv  AND DRIVE.  ��� WEST-SECHEL-T: 9r5 acres of-good farmlands  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.-Reduced-to-$89,0007Bob.-   ~_Z ACRES pN REID ROAD:~Mostly cleared,  some fruit trees and yr round creek.  Property mostly fenced, front yard landscaped and in lawn. House is very large  2300 sq ft, 2 fps, several sets of plumbing.  Kitchen & LR have been completely  remodelledrSouth slope;all usable land.FP  $85,000, Call Stan.  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE: 3 bedrm,  1400 sq "ft" full ~ basement home with"  .spacious Living-dining-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.  _Orcha_rd,_ fishpond, _yegr_. round - creek,  garden, greenhouse & complete privacy, FP  $97,000. Bob. *  _ i mW_weim**m^mmm~mmKnmm��va_iammWf���Mmw^'^-*  VIEW^OF TRAIL ISfANDS^^luxufV new West"  Sechelt  home.  Tastefully  decorated   with  numerous extras. Well insulated, energy-  conscious home with a fireplace that must be  seen,.plus provision for space heater lower  ^eveTTTaStefolly^lecorated-witn-numerous-  extras, 3 bedrooms, sunken tub, shower,  large level 'garden' lot, sundecks, double  - carport.- The price of $82,000 won't shock  * you  once Tyou  see  it; Call  Bob  for  ap-  = pointmentr '   "CREEKSIDE-HOME: "on  '6710���-fere���with-  parklike setting, towering trees & spacious,  easyto maintain level lawns. One year new  expansive home has *wol large ^bedrooms.  Separate entrance hall leads to a large living  -room-with- f jreplace^hat-iiwUe_-_g_aci__u__  entertaining.   A   23x28'   attached   garage  .could be converted to an extra bedroom &  family   room.   An   added.rpl'us   is   a   440'  workshop'with 3 pee plumbing: Close to~the-  -be5__sandy_beach_in_area._r_P__$68,500,   BUSINESS BLOCK  ROBERTS-CREEK: 3 bedroom home on 1.67  acres. Spacious open plan of 1320 sq. ft. Has  ensuite oft master bedrrrvHome Ras~farntly"  room and  utility.   Reduced  drastically  in  price for immediate sale. FP $48,000. Bob.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ��� Sechelt Village  ��� Fully rented mostly on lease. Shows good  return on investment. Opportunity to invest  in this growfng community. Details to  bonofide purchaser. Asking $120,000.  Doug.  PENDER HARBOUR: - Madeira Castle ���  unique home for value S location. 2800 sq ft  with breathtaking view. Decor includes  original murals, sunken gold bathtub $  extensive cedar work. Double windows  'throughout ond easy to heat. FP $72,000.  MLS. Bob  SECHELT VILLAGE: Attractive 2 .bedroom  home, no stairs/newly decorated in & out, on  level 66x122' lot. Close to post office and  shopping. 8x12' tool shed, rear lane. Landscaped. FP-$42,900.   PRICE REDUCED"FOR QUICK SALE: Like new"  2  bdrm   bsmt   home.   Good   layout   with  southern exposure and view. Save money-  extra insulation, twin seal windows  and  heatilator fireplace. $54,000. Call Bob.  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant; A THRIVING  business with on excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for the new owners at-very little extra.  GOING CONCERN: Small trailer park, 4 pads and lots of room for  expansion, 2.41 acres of land, some trees. Wilson Creek location.  Very convenient. FP $60,000.  HALFMOON BAY: Commercial opportunity on Hwy 101' Gas  station, auto repair shop-investment.\A one of a kind. Zoned C2.  Asking $39,900.  _____________________________________������  ^  SEMI-RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS.  Both of thes0 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.  ROBERTS CREEK ��� Brand new  3 bedroom home. Immediate  possession. Try. your offer .to  $43,000. Call Doug.  SECHELT .VILLAGE: Near new 3 bdrm  modular home, on clear garden lot with  carport. Price includes stove, fridge,  washer, dryer and is completely furnished.  Walk to shops.' A bargain ot $36,900. Stan.  :.'>-  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. Bob.  WEST SECHELT: One of the prettiest- split  levels around! Less than one year old. Twin  Seal windows & screens. Half basement  with downstairs bathroom, 7x9' steel shed  "orf-a cement pad. Asking" $49,900. Call  Doug.  DAVIS BAY: ONE OF THE COAST'S FINEST ���  Fully finished on both floors. This all cedar  .home is of the highest quality. Two heatilator  . fireplaces rrfake the home very inexpensive  to heat. One extra large main floor bedroom  and 2 On the lower level. Large attached two  car carport and a large carpeted sundeck, all  thermal pane windows, a lot that is over 1/2  acre ahd landscaped make this a MUST SEE   homej^P $73,500. Coll Stan^   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.  DAVIS BAY MOTEL: 10 s.c. units plus owner's home. 4 lots frontlnp  on Highway 101 & beach. 351.47' frontage. Large workshop &  storage. Selling under assessed value. $225,000. Terms.  LOTS  REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd., 125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  build on.  Beautiful evergreens.  $11,200.  Priced  for  immediate  sale  at  SANDY HOOK WATERFRONT: 68' of accessible waterfrontage with  boat launching slipway. 400' sq ft cabin with fireplace & large deck.  Partly furnished. Asking $49,000.  SECHELT WATERFRONT: Two lots on Boulevard St. 70' x 129'. Each  treed & sewered. Asking $40,000 per lot.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced^ lot" close to beach 7- golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME:"a ccay'fri��df new^TO Sq ft 2 'bffdrbdWf'  home close to the beach at Chapman Creek. tNbl- stalr&j3bifi|ctric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid leaW'fias 19 years to  run. FP $32,000.  REDROOFFS: 4 side by side view lots, each 1,18 acres with 100 feet  road frontage. Excellent buys at full price $15,000 each.  ROBERTS CREEK: A fine building lot 72 x 105', close to beach 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.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lo>6, seje^tivelyiclearpd leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE ��� SUNSHINE HEIGHTS ���  Spectacular view of the Inlet & mountains.  ���    1058 sq ft of easy to keep 2.bedroom home.  Landscaped by a professional. Priced to sell  - Immediately at $44,900. Call Doug.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 3 bedroom full  <basement home on a large landscaped lot,  lots of sundeck on the south west side. The  home also has a extra large attached,  double garage with direct entry to the  basement. Rec room and bedroom In  basement are basically finished. FP  $65,900. Call Stan,' ,  GIBSONS - NORTH ROAD: Near new 3 bedroom home with 3  bathrooms, has shake roof & cedar siding which blend into the  wooded setting overlooking Keats Island & beyond! Good location,  close to ferry for commuting. Ready of occupancy next month.  Priced at $64,900.  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 ot $40,000.  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your off er to $35,000.  SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready f6r  building. Owner will trade as part down payment on home. Value  $11,500.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access, Excellent view of Trql! Island, FP $15,500.  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.  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. Stan.  WEST SECHELT: Spanish split level home,  near new with all the extra features,  Double carport, workshop, 3 baths, 4  bedrms, 2 fireplaces, bay window and a  formal dining area. Good level lot affords a  view from the 2nd floor,, Tile roof, 2288 tq ft  at only $72,500, Call Bob.  WILSON CREEK ��� Own your own trailer park on Hwy 101. Complete  with mobile home for you to live In. Wlndlrtg stream through 2.41  acres, two double wide concrete pads, Asking $60,000.  HALFMOON BAY: Approx 1.1 acres. 2' BR home. Could put second  home on this property. FP $44,900.  ,. * ��� r  EGMONT WATERFRONTI: Excellent Investment opportunity. Close  to 560' of waterfront with 5 acres & a 5 yr old double wide home.  Asking $85,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  SELMA PARK: Prime building lotl Over,150' road frontage,  enough to assure privacy. FP $18,500f  Large  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 80 x 414' ��� Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. FP $26,500.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be an excellent Investment. Vendor offers terms  wfth $50,000 dn. Consideration given to trades.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500.   j   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.  SECHELT VILLAGE: Sunshine Heights Lot 67 x 125' In a district  containing some fine new homes. Level and easy to clear, All  services. $2,000 down and easy monthly payments. FP $ 10,900. /  SANDY HOOK: Spectacular view Lot In quiet residential area, 55 x  163' zoned Rll. Mobile homes permitted. Asking $10,500,  COOPER   RD:   Lot   80x263',  road. Asking $11,500.  treed,   level, Services along paved  FIRST TIME OFFERED,  SOON TO BE SEWERED VILLAGE LOTS  Lot 2 Block Q $10,750  Lot 3 Block Q $10,750  Lot 4 Block Q $10,750  Lot 9 Block Q $12,900  Lot 10 Block Q $12,900  Lot 12 Block Q $11,000  Lot 13 Block Q $13,500  Lot 14 Block Q $12,000  Lot 15 Block Q $12,500  Lot 16 Block Q $13,500  Lot 17 Block Q $13,500  Lot 18 Block Q $13,500  Urt 16 Block R$11,500  Lot 17 Block R $11,500  Lot 18 Block R $11,500  Lot 19 Block R $11 500  Lo* 20 Block R $12,500  Lot 21 Block R $12,500  \ __-���--t-^.  TSo w to  to  H.B. GORDON AGENCIES LTD.  Cowrie Strset 885-2013 S��eh��lt  VILLAGE OF SECHELT. Waterfront. Architect designed home. By  appointment only with John Wilson.  'SELMA PARK. Only .$57,700 for this two bedroom rancher near  -th^-Selma~Pafk~.Hall;_-����  possession on this view home.    HlOBERTS^REE.t^roweJW-SLHwy_U)l.-  262' x 830*. F.P. only $29,000 each.  REDROOFFS AREA, Lar&e 1/2 acre. 125' x 200'. Only $9,900.  GOOD SELECTION OF VIEW LOTS  JOHN WILSON  885-9365  >'  "TJie Property  _ Movers"  REArnrtTD;  885-5171  your  In all provinces other than;  Quebec, a purchaser nuiy take  title to a house in the following  ways_  1. in his own name alone; 2,'  "jointly" in his own name aijd  that of another "person or  persons; 3. in his own name  ^d-t-Mi^a-K^erper&n^oi^  . persons'__ as__,''tenants _in  common"; 4. in his own name.  under a Deed; to Uses.  1. Title in Your Own Name.  If you take title in your own  nanie, you are, of course, the  ~s0le"Hiwner-of-the;-hO--3fr.: By-  preparing a will, you can  direct who will end up with the  property on your death.   Rnmfi   marriftd   cnnp_lBS_  house  Wednesday, March 28,1979 Tlie Peninsula Times  elect to take title in the name  -of-one-^pouse-alone-for-tax-  reasons. The federal income  tax department has issued a  bulletin (IT 120) which explains  how  a   couple  can  NORTHWOOD RD.     L-140  1.1 acres of park like trees and lawn. This is two separate 1/2  acre plus lots for a total of 125. x.400'.'3 bdrm, 1528 sq. ft. Very  quiet secluded area 10 minutes drive from Sechelt. F.P. $67,000.  Bob 885-3531.   "  EAGLEVIEW PARK   -  Are you going to build a quality home? Wharf Realty Is sole  ���agent for prestigious Eagleview Park. 4 miles west of Sechelt;! 0  lots left; some waterfront; some view. All with excellent beach  access. Priced between $16,900 and $55,500 for the  discriminating-buyer.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY      BOB BEAUPRE      TREV GODDARD  881-9487,   ^        885-3531 886-2658   "  escape capital gains tax.on  both their "principal  residence'^ and a cottage or  recreation property.' This" ��si  accomplished by dividing the'  ownership of the" two"  properties. One spouse takes  title to the house in his (her)  name alone. The other spouse  takes title to the cottage in his  (her) name alone.  Separate owners_iip_of-real-  estate may also be an advantage under the Registered  Home Ownership Savings  Plan (RHOSP). provisions of  the Income Tax Act. One  marriage partner takes title  to the house.ih his (her) name  alone while the other partner  accumulates tax-free savings  in a RHSOP .account. Should  the couple ever decide to  move into another house, the  nohtitled partner could use his  RHSOP savings to purchase  the new house, either, alone or  jointly with his spouse,  decision to place the title to  real estate in the name of one  spouse alone, discuss the  implications fully with your  lawyer.   2.  "Joint" Ownership ���  This is the form of ownership ���  selected, by. most marriea .  couples.MJnder thisfonn o��_;  ownership, each spouse has sta^  undivided one-half interest ^ ,  the property. If either spouse7  dies,' his. interest in the.  property    automatically  ^passes���to^he^^uf-viving���  spouse. ^ other _words, a  spouse need not make a will to  ensure that his spouse will end  up with his share in the  property when he dies.  3. "Tenancy in Common"  ���������Under . this   form   of  ownership, each owner (or"  "tenant in common")   has  equal or unequal shares in the  property. Upon the death oi  ���OHe^wne-y-d_i^hare4>assi  his estate to be disposed of  according to the terms ofnT-T  will.  -���=4f=Deed -to=Uses^���HLf-a^  married man takes title to a  property in his  own name  alone,  he  will   nonetheless  require his wife's signature on  ���the-Deed-when- he -sells- the-  property. This occurs-because  __ja_w_fe.has an interest known,  as a dower interest in all real  estate owned by her husband.  By taking title "to uses," a  husband blocks his wife's  dower interest in the property.  He is then free to sell without  her~<ronsentr~Before making  any decision in this connection,   discuss   the   im-  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  VANCOUVER  CENTRE  m0^77     \___J AND UND DEVELOPMENT LTD  *teL 11      ^ R.R. 2-Gibsonsf B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYAHCING��REAL ESTATE C0NSULT1NG*APPRA1SALS>N0TARY PUBLIC  TOLL FREE  6824513  HOMES  REDROOFFS-ROAD WATERERONT  Wind your way down a.gently sloping path to 158 feet of your own waterfront  property. At low 1lde. q -^autlfuijgndy_b_eqcbl__3-,Jhe_kld_sJO-P_ay,-Swjm qnd_ skJL  From your large living room window the post spectacular view you have ever seen.  Watch the large ships and pleasure craft churn their way through Welcome Pass. This  unbelievable view takes in Halfmoon Bay, Welcome Pass and Thornby Island. This  well built, single storey home features beautifully landscaped grounds and is mostly  In huge trees for complete privacy. This beautiful home must be seen to be believed.   ,/_ $io9,sao.o.o ,_  CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Three bedroom  one year old home on large treed lot. Quiet  paved no through street. Home features  ensuite bathroom, two finished fireplaces,  finished rec room. Sundeck, concrete drive  -_-nd__carport.-Vacant-fln{L-ready-fo-_-3C-_  cupancy. $62,500.v  1272 HEADLAND ROAD: Ideal starter home  for Mr. Fix-Up. Two bedroom home  presently rented out at $195 per month.  dose to beach and boat launch. Lane access  ~frT~���~a_fr7Clsse~"to-  sportation. $28,000.  "shopping   and   Iran-'  :  FIRCREST PLACE: Three bedroom family  home very nicely appointed. Large rec room ���  with built-in bar nearly completed. Many  kitchen cabinets, fireplace. Nicely treed lot  situated on quiet no through street close to  schools and shopping. _$49J90_0U   5  ���  I  plications fully with  lawyer* v.  your  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt. ��.C. VON 3A0  885-3271,,~"') w"f,v  -!r>A 1 f|.  'AC  VMCA RP  HOMES  GIBSONS AREA TO ROBERTS CREEK  fc*NCP*t__ $54,000  Large spacious 2 bedroom home on  85x165' lot. Large kitchen, dining '  room, sundeck, cafpcrrt,_2 fireplaces,  2 bathrooms, finished basement.  Price include* fridge, stove, washer  and dryer,' Larry Reardon 885-3924*  $49,500'  QUALITY AT BARGAIN MIC..  Quality constructed 2 bedroom home has a large sundeck &  view of Lambs Bay. 1/2 basement Is finished with plumbing &  private entrance for in-law suite. A great buy at only $35,500.  Rita Percheson, 885-5706. ��$, .1,^  WEST SECHELT '*** $56^500"  Attractive Spanish type 3 bdrm bungalow, approx 3 years built.  Large LR 20 x 20 with fireplace, open beam ceilings, DR, family  , kitchen. All bdrms large, "master ensuite, w/w throughout. Large  workshop at rear. Floor area 1584 sq ft, Ed Baker, 885-26417  Pf:  WM  Agreat 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. 885-3924.  ONLY STEPS TO BEACH  This family favorite has 5 bedrooms and a large rec. room.  Completely fenced yard Is safe for children. Lots of room for only  $48,900. Rita Percheson 885-5706.  UPK DOWN DUPLEX '..-.........;���.,  $49,500  Large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre hear Roberts Creek on Highway 101. Vendor will consider'  offers. Ed Baker 885-2641, 7  ^"^^RTlAHIMrAlH. $42,500  Spotless 2 bdrm home in secluded  area,*, family size kitchen with  separate dining room. Fireplace in  20' LR with new wall to wall: Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374.  IT AREA  IMPOSSIBLE? $57,6001  1700 sq. ft. of qulaity workmanship In this new home under  construction. You choose carpets and colours, Many deluxe  features In this beauty. Wilson Creek. Rita Percheson 885-5706'  or Chuck Dowman 885-9374, .  BAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD W~--���> $39,900  [Everything It oversized In this large  Imoblle, with approx 1300 ��q ft floor  [area,  Joined under  one roof  are  171x12   and   36x12   units,   creating  (ample space for a rec room large  'enough to house a pool table/ 3  bodrooms,   large   sundeck   and- a  separate garage. (30x16)  Priced to^tell, Larry Reardon 085.3924,  SECHELT VILLAOE $38,000  Cozy bungalow, 2 bdrms could be 3, Neat 8 clean Inside and out,  walk to shopping & schools. Large LR wllh w/w carpeting, kitchen & dinette, carport, Fenced and fully landscaped, For luthor  ^|nlo7cair Ed Baker885:2641. ' "'    "        " ~ ' "'"'"  ��� jffl-tfflWWMOE' 3 Mrm sparkler,  , J (Unarming ft Immaculate w��dlnlng rm  arid kitchen eating space, CQiy  fireplace ft carpeted throughout,  Only 1 '"yr' old and already hat a  bountiful garden with fruit trees.  Priced to sell fast at $46,900.  Phone Ken Wells, 085-7223    ..  ��a9,��oo   ..  Renovatod 2-storoy home, Oood size kitchen with dlnlnn aroa,  One bedroom on main floor, 2 children'* rooms up. 1 block to  wator, Now wall to wall throughout. Chuck Dowman, 805-9374,  1 IMMACULATE  3 bdrm  homo  In  Sechelt  Vlllago.  Large comer lot Is completely lanced  land  landscaped,  Carport   has   ad-  |olnlng workshop and storage area,  [ Va|ue for your money at $46,900,   _j Rita perchMonf'BeB-O?��^,*���'-":���''   VA.UIt.VrM.VP.VAWr      W.ooti  Everywhere you look there Is value  In this truly beautiful home, In  West Sechelt. cathedral entrance,  3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, large rec  room, workroom plus one bodroom tune aawntiairt, nicely  Wddieoped and the price hat been reduced to $57,(H)0,Tar<Y  Reardon 085-3924.  I HARBOUR AREA  I  ���  5  POPLAR LANE: Sunny location on popular  'Poplar Lane. Three bedrooms, plus~ensuite,  huge kitchen, with large dining area. Lots of  room for expansion. The whole family will  find themselves within walking distance to  schools, shopping and recreation. $47,500.  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. $32^00. ���  kOSAMUNrJ RD:. Safeway Doublewide on  fully landscaped lot on Rosamund Road.  Separate garage and metal storage shed.  Lots of shrubs. with bqrk mulch. Good  vegetable patch. This is an extremely well  built unit ��� built in the Prairies for northern  living. $39,900.  DAVIDSON RD: Langdale. Fantastic &  Sensational) New three bedroom home  close to school and ferries. Quality built and  covered under the Government Home  Warranty Program. Situated' on a large  nicely treed view lot at the end of a quiet cul  de sac. All new quality homes in the area.  $51,500.  - ELPHINSTONE; A' terrific view" from "this"  large home on double lot. Two finished  fireplaces and a sundeck with plenty of  room for summer entertaining. This is a  home built for owner with the best of  materials. $62,500.  CONRAD RD: 2 bedroom home with 2 fgll  bathrooms situated on 2 1/2 acres of level  treed land. Creek runs through the property  only 60 feet from the front door of the  "cottage. Ideal starter home or recreational  property. F.P. $29,900. '������  HWY 101 a ARGENT ROAD: In the heart of  Roberts Creek 8/10 of an acre of nicely  treed gently sloping land. With 600 sq. ft. 2  bedroom home, presently heated with  wood burning heater but wired for 220  volts. Second dwelling permitted ahd could  be built behind existing building. F.P.'  $24,900.  ������-������~~~~^  1286 HEADLANDS .ROAD: This three  bedroom home is attractively situated at  the base of the Bluff and close to the boat'  launching ramp. Great living room for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4%  mortgage. $42,900.  CRUCIL RD: Big family? ,Then this four  bedroom/two bathroomjiome could be the  home you've been looking for. Full,  basement with rec room, utility and  roughed,in plumbing. Intercom inside and  out. Large sundeck.over carport. This home  is located on a quiet secluded view lot, yet'  convenient   to   the   Village   of   Gibsons.  $56.00O_   CHEKWELP: Prime waterfront on Chekwelp  Indian Reserve. Three bedrooms, stone  fireplace. A truly beautiful spot. $36,750.  FORBES & THOMPSON RDS: Very attractive  well built family home featuring living room  with fireplace, dining room, three bedrooms  and ensuite plumbing. Large sundeck and  brick facing. Full basement. Electric heat  and extra insulation. $65,000.   J   1720 MARTIN ROAD: You couldn't wish for  a better location in Gibsons, being within  easy walking distance to shops, schools,  and harbour. Spacious and comfortable one  level home-in excellent-condition featuring  large livingroom, three bedrooms, one full  bathroom plus powder room off living area,  huge sundeck. Landscaped lot and a  ' beautiful view. $45,900.  KEARTON ROAD: For the horse lovers. An  excellent four bedroom home, featuring  living room with fireplace, family room,  dining area and brand new kitchen. Two  sundecks and large-patio. All this on 2.5  acres of level land in quiet area. Close to  7schools and shopping."^ Fenced grazing  areas, three stall stable and tack room. 120  x 173 riding ring. 16 x 24 unfinished cabin  in rear. On regional water. $75,000.  GRANDVIEW RD: 'Spectacular View' This  brand new three bedroom home with 1120  square feet must be seen to be believed.  Features corner fireplace, bathroom  skylight. Large lot cleared and ready for  r landscaping. Top quality carpeting. Top  quality everything. $51,900.  1258 HEADLAND ROAD: Cozy village home  with good view of the Bay. Close to beach  and boat launch. Lane access in rear. Ideal  starter home and vendor will consider  carrying Agreement for Sale. $28,000.  LOOKOUT-DRIVE ��� Overlooking Porpoise  Bay this near new 1200 sq ft basement  home has everything a family would want,  for comfortable living S more. 4 bedrooms,  full bath plus ensuite, convenient utility  room upstairs and plenty of cupboards &  cabinets. Situated on a completely landscaped loHn quiet residential _area._Other__  features include huge rec. room, 2  fireplaces, twin seal windows and screens.  Priced for a quick sale. FP $49,900.  HOPKINS LANDING: Two bedroom view  . home 1/4 mile from Langdale Ferry Ter-  mina). See Keats, Gambier and Lions Bay  from the large combination family  room/dining room or .from the living room.  Heatilator fireplace. 19 x 27 concrete  basement for workshop and storage. Five  -appliances-included.- Park- liketandscaper  $42,900.  NORTH FLETCHER: Five room home with  .development in half basement. Lot is 76 x  129 with panoramic view of Keats, Shelter.,  Islands the water and mountains. Very"  private. Separate garage. Livingroom has  fireplace and dining area will take large  suite. New copper piping and new electrical  wiring. $43,500.  a  i  ���  ���  ���  __��_��. $39>00  Try $2000 down with, 95% financing  on this attractive and well-built 3  bdrm rancher in Redrooffs. 1196 sq ft  situated on 1/2 acre treed property.  Lge kitchen with eating area, 2V LR.  All bdrms good size. Utility plumbed  and wired for washer, dryer. Wall to  wall thro', This Is a real good buy.  Must be seen If you are looking for a  good home. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  CH-ArTRTHANRiNT  4-yr old 3 bdrm full bsmt home on one acre near Sllversands,  :  YMCA ROAD: Langdale. Excellent quality  built 2-1/2 year old spacious two bedroom  home with finished basement, two  bathrooms, two fireplaces. Large 21x13  Hying room, large kitchen wHh lots of  cupboards. Separate dining area. $52,900.  PARK, ROAD: Three bedroom home on 3  acres In Gibsons. Property on both sides are  also for sale making a total of 15 acres  available for future development. A good"  holding property $74,900.  PRATT ROAD- Hobby Farm. Two 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  "NORTH RD: Excellent "starter or retirement ��nd, lof* dfes- H��" house and laying hens  home comes within the guidelines for a indudea- ^V0"01 at,the rear of ,h��  $2,500 First Home Family Grant. This "nicely P^Perty. Fully landscaped with trees and  appointed and completely remodelled home ^r.����s' AM ��"�� ��n 1.16 acres wi,h sub-  features three bedrooms and a 9x9.utility division potential. $44,900. ,  room immediately off the kitchen. Large  back porch. 1122 square feet ��f full  basement. This home also features a large  living room with cozy brick fireplace on a  large level lot ready for fandscaping. Fridge  and stove included. $42,900.  SHAW ROAD: Large three bedroom home,  master with ensuite. Large living room with*  white brick fireplace. Archway to d|nlng>  room. All ready for a Franklin dr Gibsons all  nigh tor In the basement. Situated on 4.6  acres of valuable holding property. $85,000  SHAW ROAD: Incredible potential. Ranch!  style    two    bedroom    home    completely I  remodelled.   16  x   12   master   bedroom, |  fireplace,  beautifully  landscaped  and I  fenced grounds, Evergreen hedges add to  the seclusion and privacy of this hobby farmi'  with three outbuildings. The property  is !  over 5 acres with spectacular view from  over half the property. Fronts on Shaw Rood",  with Stewart Road dedicated on the view  face. Zoned R1 In the Village of Gibsons.  $79,900.  ���ft  B  ���  !  I  �����  Hftinwittfii---.  WHfc'' \,.  $32,500  ersar  Live In while you do the finishing. Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  INVESTMENT POTENTIAL! In this beautiful 1/2 acre + wooded I  lot on Wlldwood Road. Zoned R2 for mobile homes. Hydro arid'  water.. Rita Percheson 885-5706, $10,500,  WATiRFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT - At Sandy Hook we have this  100'+ waterfront lot, close to road and ad|olnlng with an excellent view lot that lies next to BlT. Larry Reardon, 885-3924.  $15,500 �� $8,500. " ,  '}/% ACHE IQT ��� Cleared and ready to build on. Serviced, Incl  cable. Nlckerson Rd. Ed Baker, 085-2641, $13,500,  1.17 ACRES-Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will have a good  view when sortie trees come down, Ed Baker, 885-2641,  $18,500.  '' ,���<  RARE 25 ACM-( ��� Only 5 minutes west of Sechelt. High and dry,  mostly treed, Chuck Dowynan, 885-9374. Asking $62,000.  NOR WltT HAY BQAP - Wooded lot, 150x70',,zoned R2, trailers  allowed. Sign on, Ed Baker, 885-2641. $12,500,  Wfa.COM. WOODS- An extra large lot, 125 x 200', serviced with  hydro and water. Larry Reardon, 885-3924. $9,750.'  lEAUTlf III HALE ACM IQT'loaded with trees oh blacktop road,  with hydro and water. Larry Reardon, 005-3924, $13,500,  HAIP ACRE LQT - Large treed lot at the corner of Redrooffs Road  and the road to Sargent Bay. Serviced with hydro and water,  Larry Reardon, 805-3924, $15,000.  |rM,9AINHAftl^MHlQJ- Seml-waterfront property, |u��t across  the Narrows bridge and facing Bargain Harbour, Treed and good  for building on, with |ust the road between you and the water,  Larry Reardon, 885-3924,, $22,500,   ��� <  foyiis^raffl'sHft  /'   ' /    '���'.   ' /  ,. HIGHWAY 101, COMMERCIAL C2  T ^Corner of Airport Rpad  SHOPPING CENTRE POTENTIAL  Lot 4, Corner lot 1.00Q acres,  i         pHce *125,000   '     , Lot 3, InslrJe lot 1,778 acres,'  price $75,000  ���  "nr-  t.t-i  'l��V  M'1  :.ttt.  'ii-Uiiirfti"  HEDOE INFLATION $147,000  , Well built commercial building In Sechelt Village wllh excellent  ���f^ntol history, Ad 9nd fleer for oddltlonnl Income, 900 ft vacont  .Jor-ypMs.C, Dowman,8051-9374. ,,       ..���   ,,.,,,...  .PW^F^I ^0. tIIw  .".^^'PhBP.HW^^B'P B^^P^_r%fl|,B     m ^pp R W_**flFHiF��1^(FK (WwUlliirO  HWY 101 & ARGENT RD: 6/10 of an acre of  treed land in Roberts Creek 2 blks from the  Masonic Hall, 2.dwellings allowed on the  property. 100 feet of Hwy frontage that  would be Ideal for domestic Industry site  with home behind. On Hydro & Regional  water, F.P, $14,900.  FAIRVIEW RD:.Nearly 1/4 acre of flat easy  to build on land, Mobile homes are allowed.  Large cedar trees provide privacy and  enhance this setting. Close to Cedar Grove  School. $11,900.  1 '������    <   DAVIDSON RD; 2/5 of an acre with a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge, This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  property. All new, homes In thl�� ar��a,'  $M,900,  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  boach. Full view of the Inlet, Piped conrt-  munlty water available. $9,900.  "'   '        "T'M���r"- " ���"   * ���~  PRATT. RD: Near Cedar Grove School. This  lot Is cleared and ready to build on. Mature  fruit trees dot thlt 76 X 125 lot. $13,500.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130.  Close to shopping and the ocean. Sewer  easement of 10' on s.ei side of the lot',  $12,500,  PORPOISE DRIVE SANDY HOOK: Lartf* lot  approximately 122 x 111 with 34 x \A(\  panhandle entrance. Nice level building  site. Excellent view. ONLY 40 FEfT FROM  'THE WATER. Youm'ue. ieefhl<i lot to fully  appreciate the value, $12,000, '  ������'   -4-"-. : :   CHASTER ROADi Nicely treed building Iqt lev  area of new homes, Size 67 x 123, $9,900,  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100x250 lot on the  south tide of Soulhwood Road. Create your  own estate on this half acre, $10,600,  ELPHINSTONE  AVE:   $1,000,000  view,  located on Elphinstone Avenue at Grantham*. Has lane at back. Suit two storey  r home with level entry at front, 19,800.  JL0TS  SMITH ROAD: Good view lot 125 x 165 with  a good building site and dn unobstructed  ocean view. $14,500;  'SMITH ROAD: Cleared view lot close to ferry  terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000.  Hopkins landing: view lot c/w s x )-'  ihsuliated shed, has chemical toilet. You can  five on lot while building, home to suit.  Otters to $12,500. '  CJitNyL.ANNE PARK RD: Robertl Creek,  Large lot with beautiful trees and some  view on quiet CuHe-fac In area of fine  homes. Before you decide see this attractive  low priced property. Owner will consider  terms. $12,500.  GRANPVIEW ft PRATT: Building lot In a fast  growing area. Approximate size Is 146 x  141 x 74 x 125. Present all offer* on the  asking price of $11,500.  SCHOOL RDi Three view lots 73 x 110, On  sewer. Three blocks from schools and'  ���hopping centre. Cleared for building.  $16,000 each.  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 cleared. Closed to Gibsons and  close, to the beach. $16,900,  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road. Two lots  40 x 150 each. One lot has a cottage which;  could be  rented. These  lots  are mostly |  cleared and ready for building, A spec-,  tacular vlow of the entire Bay area and  Keats Island. $27,500,  REDROOFFS AREA: Over 1 treed acre. This |  sloping property offert maximum privacy  and Is actually two lots. (Can be bought  separately), Serviced with regional water,  Power 2 blocks awgy, $15,800.  ACREAGE  , *&*!*������mmm*  ARGENT RD: 2.7 treed acres In (he heart of  Roberts Creek. 5 lot subdivision has been,  approved,   Excellent   toll   and   drainage,  Perfect for hobby farm on holding property  F.P. $34,900,   LANGDALE; 4.31 acres, Excellent holding  property right across from the ferry terminal. Langdale Creek Is the eastern  boundary of this property, $39,500,  SCHOOL RD: 1,56 acres ad|acent to the  elementary school, Could be subdivided  Into lott, On sewer and all services,  $50,000.  B  B  B  UPLANDS RD; Tuwanek, Ideal recreation lot  ,ln bequtlfully wooded and park like setting,  Zoned for trailers, This lot overlooks Sechelt  Inlet arid the Lamb Island, $8,900.      '��-i���� H in'     IS��I  mi    I     P   ill    I   -  WAWEFIEI.D RD: Good building lot on water  and ptfwer overlooking Georgia -trait and  the Trail Itlandt, Thlt Jt a corner lot In a  newly bull! up area, $.12,500.  McCULLOUGH RD: Wilton Creek. Clote to  one acre of treed property with subdivision  possibilities, $22,900,  I'' "''" "'' '--!������ i'J-SnL-i^f-Tnir i^- "hiirT ��n ijin im .minm.  'V    u  .j'  ' "  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Glbtont. With  waterfront at tearce at it It thlt double use  lot repretentt real value, $33,000,  CHASTER RD; Two acres of nicely treed,  level land acrott the ttreet from Cedar  Grove School. Zoning allows tubdlvltlon  Into 1/4 acre |ott, Excellent for hobby farm j  or Invottmertt. $30,000,  NORTH ROAD: 3.4 park like acret. Accett  from tide road will tecure privacy. Nicely  treed. Clote to the village. $29,000,  '-** "��� ; r  GIBSONS: 4.6 acret ol excellent holding  property clote to Soamet Point, Partially  cleared. Try your olfert. $27,500.  MASKELL ROAD! 1,44 acret of tubdlvldable;  property   on   Matkell   Road   and   Lower  Robertt Creek Road, Zoning allowi for 1/2  acre average, Thlt It a quiet rural area only  3 rnllet from Glbtont. $19,900.  ���^tt*S%frilt*(l*^lli - lft**��(KjS!^  lORfflEGIRARD  MS-7760  JONMcRAE  8853670  MNE GURNET  886-2164  CHRIS KANKKINEN  8*5-3545  ARNE PETTERSEN  886.9793  MYVISSER  885-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  STEVE SAWYER  886-2691  li  [������������������������H������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ . i 7 V  Madeira Park ambulance, firemen  Page B-6     The Peninsula Times Wednesday, March 28.1979   = i  1       n  1��� -i i i  ii . is        i  r    if, ���  to go in any emergency  By HELEN PARKER    _\_  An Emergency Services JJentre Is  " something one would expect to see in tlie:  city providing care for thousands of  persons in every possible situation.  , But the Emergency Services Centre for  Madeira Park is a simple, combined effort  of; the volunteer ambulance and fire  department to provide emergency  medical services and fire protection in the  -PehderiHarbour Firei Protection-District���  found it "almost impossible to do CPU  (cardial pulmonary resuscitation) effectively," CHirtls-i said. -  Their request for a larger ambulance  Though the volunteer fire department  has been in existence for 15 years, the  emergency medical aid is a fairly recent  addition to'the Madeira Park area.  -The-ambulance^raced=t^it^^  was granted sooner than expected, but the  provincial ambulance service has been  "most accommodating" in supplying  equipment and ('they're pleased with our  co-operation with the fire department,"  she said.  Dangerfield said the Madeira Park  service will tie in with the central dispatch  in Nanaimo, "so nobody is saddled with  sitting by a telephone all day."  There is a possibility the fire depart-  iHte-  jicares a lot of people." "All the (fire) men have some form of  But a volunteer's qualifications do not   first-aid,''Wilbee said.  rave to be^eattp^^wjth; anon-going A_ co-ordinated, emergency  service,  training program within the  service   sharing a common facility is financially  Oct. 31,1976 after the Emergency Health  ^SeiMces^Conunission���granted  Pender  Harbour Medical Clinic's request for dri  ambulance service.  Six months later the fire protection  district was asked to take over. More  .jvolunteers were recruited and a.captain,  training officer and equipment officer  (Emergency Health Services) commission-does not-incur-any-more expense," he said.  Fire Chief Barrie Wilbee said the  situation will have to be studied, since  there is a "danger of losing local control,  _andinca^asing,respoi_se.time.!_. __. _.^_  There is also a risk that a location can  provides practical experience and theory  at different levels,  "The different elements of training  make it easier because we can share oiir  knowledge," Curtiss said, "and teaching  others increases your own experience."   Attheoffldaloper-ing.ottheambulance-  addition to the firehall February 24,  community response to the joint service  proved positive, when $100 was raised  toward a Resusci-Anne doll to assist in  mm*  advantageous, since it is avoiding the  duplication of equipment, personnel and  training, he said.  As.well, response time is improved  because the atmosphere of the new addition with its couches, dart-boards and  feeling J)f comfortable airinessencourages^  the volunteers to come around more often.  Response time for the department has  always been good, since the fire hall, and  now the ambulance, are located in the  ���b~usiiress^^^tetrT._~MaT^a7]L^kr  The feeling is unanimous among the   Volunteers also work ouFdf iT_-re"hall ih  -toe-tibers of both services that the addition���Garden Bay; r   report to raise Pender Harbour's Jn-  IjuranceHfffii^  -meanasayingoJEapproximately_$70 ayear.  cm a preferred dwelling he said.  service for a small sum of $100 per year.  There have been four to five fires this  year already, and the success rate has been  good, Wilbee commented.  Last year, the 24-hour, seven-days-per-  week emergency telephone service  handled 200 calls, the majority of them  nuisance���calls' Dr-false-alannsr-Five  persons with one relief person provide the  Both the ambulance service and fire  department-- are= conf ident __ their __co-.  ordination will result in an even higher  standard of emergency services to the  community. s  Their ability to work closely together is  proved by their success in obtaining a  needed facility in such a short time and  their willingness to volunteer even more  nours^i-t_ish~the-interior-and exterior  themselves.   <  were elected. Nearly two-and-a-half years   be given that is thought to be outside the  after its initiation call, the service has  passed the 250-call mark.  The Times spokes with captain Linda  .Curtiss the morning a larger ambulance  . was expected to arrive, driven by Jack  Dangerfleld, operations officer for the  provincial ambulance service.  < The new ambulance, an Econoline van,  replaces Madeira Park's 1972 Chevy van  in which, because of it size, the volunteers  fire protection district when it is really  within as happened recently, he said. The  firemen picked up on the error because  they recognized the location.  Of the 17 volunteers in the ambulance  service, 11 now have their Emergency  Medical Assistant (EMA)~l"ceftificates  ' and six are registered nurses.  "We don't have quite enough volunteers," Curtiss said. "Emergency work  ���was the most sensible way to go.  "Some (volunteers) wear two hats,"  Flora Sim said. She is one who wears both  being the ambulance administrator and  secretary-treasurerfor. the fire protection-  district.  The two-storey 2,000-square-foot addition is financed over a 10-year period,  two-thirds by British Columbia Buildings  Corporation and one-third by the Pender  Harbour Fire Protection District. At a  final cost of $49,894.52, the district is proud  that its budget is not affected. Construction'stafted i-Tmid-Apriiri978- and"  finished in September.  Both services now can train upstairs  and together if they wish.  The 35 firemen meet once a week for  practices and hold supplementary  practices whenever possible. "We try to  have a basic training program every six  .months,"-Wilbee- said.- "People- expect  you; and you expect yourself, to do the jobs  professionals do." _  ..     _  A lot of the emergency equipment Is  stored on the fire truck as the firemen take  care of the rescue work. Outside rescue  practices involve setting up emergency  situations where the firemen have to force  entry into airs using a small hydraulic  forceable entry tool called a Portapower.  A volunteer goes through a 10-week  training period which gives him a chance  to determine whether the job is for him  and whether he can work with the others.  With the basics in fire-fighting, he can  function as the fourth man in a truck crew,  Wilbee said.  The department has its own driver-  training program which prepares drivers  for the class three and four licences  IT WAS ALMOST like Christmas in  March when Madeira Park Am-  bulance Service received its larger  ambulance  recently.  Provincial  ambulance services program officer  Jack Dangerfleld, right, drove it to  the j-_mergency Service5~Centre in  Madeira Park for ambulance captain  Linda Curtiss and assistant captain  Al Vance to checkritroverr-^������  necessary to operate a fire truck or ambulance.  In the ladt six years, Wilbee said, the  average number of calls has decreased  from 40 to 20. He attrributes the drop to  people, with an eye to rising insurance  costs, fire-proofing their homes. A  ^"dramatic increase" in-buildings and  money saved can also be seen in the past  -_Jfejs_^ears-_as_Jhe__ayerage_-^^  volunteers' experience grows.  "It's not unusual to see a crew of five to  10 years experience going out," he said.  Fighting a fire successfully is a confident  boost toward making the next fight as  successful.  In the Pender Harbour High School  fire, Wilbee said, fire-fighters saved the  taxpayers approximately $100,000.  Fire protection is something taxpayers  can "almost get for hottog,'7^Ubee said.  "There is a significant saving (in? fife  insurance) just for up-grading your  equipment." And the Pender Harbour Fire  Protect^  equipment-wise" with two pumper trucks  at the Madeira Park fire hall and one  pumper truck and a tank truck at the  Garden Bay fire hall.  Presently, the district is working on a  ATNEARLY 93, Mrs. Clarice Clarkson was the oldest person to receive one of  Gibsons' Golden Anniversary commemorative coins in the anniversary  celebrations Saturday afternoon. MP Jack Pearsall presented the coin to Mrs.  Clarkson who has lived in Gibsons 55 years. Here is a Est of persons who  were recognized for their 50-year contribution toward making Gibsons the  "finest little town anywhere". ��.���  accept), Annie McDannald, Sara L.  McKay, Joe Mitchell (1st baby born on  Gambier Island 1893), Eleanor Morris,  Louis Nicholson, Harold Olsen, Lester  Peterson, Wm. J. (Bill) Peterson, Edwin  J. iJFthodes, Archie Russell, Jean Russell,  Marie Scott, Helen Shoebottom, Hazel  Skytte, Bill Smith, Harry Smith, Dorothy  Steinbrunner, HerbSteinbrunner, Norman  Stewart, Eva Stewart, Dorrie Swallow,  Richard-Swallow, Pearl Trethewey,  Wlnnlfred Tyson, Margaret Volen, Arnold  Winegarden, Alfred Winn, Florence  Wlren, Nlilo Wlren, Wlljo Wlren, Francis  J. Wyngaert.  Ethel Barnes, Dora Benn, Herb Ber-  dahl, Norman Berdahl, Anne Burns, Cecil  Chamberlin, Florence Chaster, Harry  Chaster (wife Florence to accept), Clarice  Clarkson, Clarence Cook,. Ellen. Cook,.  >!l|ppytjg^lett,pney<I)eCamp^Wl-llam J.  Dockar Sr., James H.G. Drummond, A.F.  (Bud) .Fisher, Guy Fisher, Kay Fisher,  Maude Fisher, Richard Fitchett, Mary  Fletcher, Phil Fletcher, Ray Fletcher,  Myrtle Hicks, Fred Holland, Eric Inglis,  Dr. Hugh Inglis, Jack Inglis, Lenore  Inglis.  Florence Klrkham, Ed Kullander,  George Locket, BillMalyea (wife Joyce to'  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  1000m (metre) =  1 km (kilometre)  New A-frame cottage on  77x223 seml-WF lot on  Drowning Rd. See this Ideal  hide-away amopgst the  trees, Make your offer to  $33,000.  2 HOUSES ON 2 ACRES ��� 13V, S00  Jutt lltted I 2 bdrm rancher with f'place and large 12x15 matter  bdrm, plut tmaller 2 bdrm rental house on level partially  cleared 2 acret In Wett Sechelt. Hurry for thlt onel  1306 SURF CIRCLE [Seaside Village]  Ideal for the large family. 1260 tq ft 2 yr old 3 bdrm home with 2  more bdrmt and partially finished rec rm In full batement.  Vendor It transferred and hat purchased, He it mott anxious to  tee your offert to $54,900.  HOUSE A ACREAOB  Lovely 2 bdrm 1500 tq ft rancher with separate heated 18x24  workshop on 8+ acres In West Sechelt. Price hat already been  reduced $10,000 and absentee vendor will look very seriously at  your offer In the 70s.  WANTED.  For a sincere and serious purchaser, a waterfront property with  relatively easy accest to beach and safe moorage. Price Is of no  ob|ect for the right property I Plea.e give me,a call If you think  that your property may qualify.  BLOCK BROS. REALTY  298-0841 291-2881  "'i1'1 ',  K   HOMES  m  mm\  f-, Hfm)  .Ytt$  REDROOFFS ROAD $2500 down  For qualified buyers. Four year old  home In perfect condition on  secluded easy care lot. 3 bdrms, 2  isets plbg, minutes walk to resident's  ���owned waterfront lot. Ray Bernler or  Emilie Henderson.  GAMBIER ISLAND $65,000  Ideal retirement or recreational  property. Well designed 5 bdrm  home with fireplace In living room as  well as the rec room. Spacious kitchen with lots of cupboards, All  appliances drapes and some furnishings to stay. Enloy the ocean  view from this sunny half acre.  Irreplacable at $65,000. Call Terrl to  view.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $89,500  With beach access ft good moorage  In Langdale, Spectacular view of  Gamblor It, ft Howe Sound. 3 bdrm, 2  bathrooms, Indirect lighting & 1  fireplaces are a few of the features  of this spacious home, lots ofprlvacy  on this park-like property situated on  the north side of the terry slip on  Smith Road, Don't miss this one,  Watch for signs or call Terrl Hanson  for more details.  OIBSONS $69,500  Large modern house with vWw,  Basement set up ft used as hair-  dressing salon ��� could be In-law  suite. Extra wide lot for privacy or  may be Subdivided ��� off. Excellent  financing Is assumable. Coll Suianno  Dunkerton.  Mitten  Where Real Estate is serious ��� but a pleasure  HOMES  885-3295  Van. Dlrecl  681-7931  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf Station  HOPKINS LANDING $92,000  A spectacular view and a home with  elegance and comfort. Over 1700 tq  ft on two levels; two bedroomt, a  large living ft dining room tet off by  .cathedral ceilings and cut stone  fireplace. Kitchen Is bright &  spacious. A 36x1 V cedar sundeck to  -en|oy a beautifully landscaped  garden. Property Is all fenced. All  this and clote to the ferries. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-3971.  DAVIS BAY $48,000  View ��� close to beactv access,  schools and playgrounds. Two  bedrooms In this well-kept home.  Large living and dining room combination, cut stone fireplace. Kitchen  Is designed with convenience. Large  sundeck to en|oy the magnificent  water and mountains. Lovely garden  area with a greenhouse plut  aluminum storage shea" ft carport,  Call Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-3971.  SECHELT VILLAOE $49,500  Charming and close to everything.  Three bedrooms In this four year old  ranch style home, Cut stone fireplace  In the living room, also a dining room  and sun room ��� not to mention a  garage and fully fenced garden with  flowers and shrubs. Call Suzanne to  view this home, 885-3971.  ORANTHAMS $45,000.  Watervlew home with two lots for  your privacy, great potential, two  bedrooms, part bavement, large  living room, Suzanne Dunkerton,  OIBSONS $59,500  Family home wllh view of harbor.  Immaculate     condition,     three'  bedroomt, sundeck, londicoped lot,  Close to everything! Call Terrl  Hanson1 foi" viewing,  ROBERTS CREIK $93,600  Superior 3 bdrm executive home,  Well located on 3 subdlvldable acres,  partly landscaped and near good  beach. The custom built home has  double plumbing, a/oll heat, 3 ma|or  appliances, heated double garage ft  workshop, fireplace and offers  complete privacy, For appointment to  view, please call Corry Ross, BBS-  9250.  WATERFRONT  .        ',��JS / '    I'  MS  ' . ��r^'*  m  SECRET COVE $61,900  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  rrtborage and dock. Lofs of sunshine  herel Call Corry Ross.  WATERFRONT  ROBERTS CREEK WF $96,600  This lovely rambling 1450 sq ft home  Is just full of charm I Spacious rooms  with lots of windows taking advantage of the spectacular  panoramic view. Heatform fireplace,  double plumbing, garage and  workshop. The lot hat approx 89' of  high bank waterfront with a good  pdth to the beach and Is approx 375'  deep. Please phone Corry Ross for  Oppt to vjew.  {  ACREAGE  WILSON CREEK $18,500  Here it is ��� a seml-waterfront  summer cottage at an affordable  price I One bedroom, large living  room with a fireplace, approx 500 sq  ft. Two outbuildings which could be  storage or one could be converted to  a guest cottage. Lovely garden area.  This Is a lease which Is paid up to  1993. Call Suzanne for an appointment to view, 883-3971,,....,.,  TUWANEK WATERFRONT LOTS  Side by side beauties ��� 110' of  waterfrontage priced at $26,600  AND 95' of waterfrontage priced ot  $25,000. Gentle slope to water and  southerly exposure enhance these  properties. Phone Terrl for more:  details, 885-5046.  COMInbRCIAL  HIGHWAY 101, OIBSONS    $160,000  A centrally located 9 suite apartment  building block In Olbsons, Two storey  frame construction. 4 one bedroom  units and 5 bachelor units. Electric  range ft fridge In each. Ample  . parking. Thlt.. block..���hoyvft. a good  yearly revenue and needs only  $45,000 cash. Call Suzanne for more  Info, 885-3971,  WATERFRONT  ROBERTS CREEK $115,000  Unique Ipg ft frame home. 5-1/2  acres treed property with stream.  Home hat 6 bdrmt, huge living room  with floor to celling rock fireplace,  brick fireplace In country-sized  kitchen, 3 baths. Open for offers, call  Ray Bernler or Emilie Henderson.'  LOTS  GRANDVIEW RD, OIBSONS    $12,500  Here Is the building lot you've been  looking for. Close to schools,  shopping ft beach. Potential view to  boot. Surrounded by quality n��W  homes. Call Suzanne for more Information, 885-3971.  REDROOFFS $7,500  Check the price ft compare, thlt lot It  priced to sell, Excellent building lot  with easy access. Trailers permissible, Call Terrl for more Information.  ���  WINN RD, OIBSONS $ 15,000  No cramping on this lovely spacious  lot. View of water and mountains. All  services at road, plus this Is close to'  all amenities. Call Suzanne for,more  Info, 885-3471,  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 for1 more Information.  *'���������*, i  WEST SECHELT $79,500  Cedar and glass abound In this  contemporary 3 bdrm home with  delightful Interior. Cozy ft bright,  fireplace, hardwood floors, 2 'foil  baths, large Sundeck and unimpeded  view, PLUS your own path to pebbly  beach. Call Corry Ross to view.  .  SAKINAW LAKE $7,000  Here It Is ��� 100 feet of waterfroht at  an affordable price. Build your  hideaway and relax. Water access  only. Call Suzanne Dunkerton, 885-  3971.  LOTS  SELMA PARK $16,000  Beautiful view lot with access from  either end. 70 x 200 approx. Call  Suzanne. Dunkerton, 885*3971.  PENDER HARBOUR $12,500  Lovely view lot overlooking Texada A  Lasqueti Islands. 70 x 290' approximately, cleared and ready for  building, Beach access close by, ,  trailers permltsable. Phone Terrl  Hansons for more details, 883-3046,  ROBERTS CREEK $15,500  Beautiful large view lot with 94 feet  on the creek. Percolation has been  approved, Centrally located to  shopping, schools & beach, Call*  Suzanne Dunkerton, 883-3971.  KBATl ISLAND $7,800  Nicely treed corner lot with a view,  Hydro t water available. 8x12 shed  to remain, Call Terrl Httnson.  RAYBERNIER  CORRY ROSS  EMILIE HENDERSON   - ��tt**#tat���  mmmmmm~wmm>'~mmmfmmmm  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  TERRI HANSON  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver  3343 Klngsway  OTHER OFFICES  TO SERVE YOU  Surrey  10474 137th St.  Langley  20385 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  MEMBER OP "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  [ music  Wednesday, March 28,1979  m'  The Peninsula Times  By SUSAN ELEK  It's finally here.. Quality music-has  finally come to the Sunshine Coast. The  Sunshine Coast _Arts Council has, given  th^lr vote of support to starting a series ot  concerts throughout the spring ahd the  coming year." Countryside. Concerts will  feature a wide variety of concerts within  the framework of classical music.  While It is too early to report on next  year's series, we can tell you that the four  concerts lined up for this spring are: a  program for cello and piano with Anthony  Elliott, the principal cellist with the  .Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, -accompanied by myself oil the piano on April,  8; a piano recital given by Judy Peleg, a  most talent Hungarian-born pianist with a  Master's Diploma in Piano Performance.;  from - Indiana University; a delightful  program ofjearlymuslc with members of  "the" Vancouver Society forEarly Music,  featuring Peter Hannan ori recorder, Ray  Nurse on the lute and Nan Mackie on viola  da gamba; and the Powell River Boys'  Choir, conducted by Don James.  Countryside Concerts will take place  for the present at Elphihstone School In the  lunch room and will, after the concerts,  6ffer refreshments and a time to meet the  performers and to meet with each other.  The proceeds from the sale of refreshments will-go to the further.funding-of.  concerts.,  -   How- does-Sunday- afternoon-at-2-p.m-  -soundfora friendly get together-filled^rvith-  muslc?  The price .for these concerts is only  $2.50 for adults and $1.50 for students.  However, If you buy a subscription for all  four, It will cost you only $7.50 and $4.50.  Four concerts for the price of three..  Subscriptions will be sold; at the first  concert. ._'.>_'   . ;'..  The more you support Countryside  Concerts the better will we beable teak-  ford first class performances in the future.  ^.-.-JCome-and^ake-partin-theuacitement:  -oLtl-_-jaes-seriesLAga_rL_he-first-Concert _  will be on April 8. .       '      .  Hope to see you there!  ___*_I__2-7  ���STAIN GLASS  ���885-3818  x1038,  S��h��lt  CLASSES  ENAMELLING  CLASSES  Specially Designed for You"  BOOK NOW!!  U -ii.  Court briefs  Phillip Ritehle-Nfctzlaw, 17, received a  six-month probation on a conditional  discharge in Sechelt Provincial Court, last  week ^fter pleading guilty to taking a car  without the owner's consent December 17.  Netzlaw was described as a good  student by���probation officer-Neil'  McKenzie. Disciplinary" action was taken  by his parents after the offence and he and  the juvenile involved apologized to the  owner later, McKenzie said.  "My feeling is that it Is an isolated  incident, a very stupid one, but an isolated  one," McKenzie said.  Judge' J.S.P.' Johnson agreed with  McKenzie's opinion and told Netzlaw that  for the duration of the., conditional  discharge, he must report to the probation  officer.  James Charalambopoulos, 17, pleaded  guilty to being a minor in possession of  liquor and was fined $100.  Because of her financial state, Judge  Johnson fined Nora .Conquest $50 after she  pleaded, guilty to impaired driving.  Conquest, 64, was also given six months  probation to attend the impaired drivers'  course, "so you don't go driving down the  wrong side of the road again,'" Judge  Johnson said.   James R. Talbotrffi, was fined-$500-  after  he  pleaded  guilty "tcTTmpairaT  driving. Talbot said it was an isolated  incident since, his alcohol consumption is  usually ' 'negligible.''.  Judge. Johnson accepted his word and  did not impose six months probation to  attend the impaired drivers' course.  Lawrence Raymond Miller,  27,   of  Surrey pleaded guilty to impaired driving  . and as a result of a notice to seek higher  penalty, was sentenced to 14 days in jail  "for hisseeond'alcohol-related conviction:  John Simon Higgs, 42, was fined $500  after he pleaded guilty to impaired  driving. '   -  David Gary West, 23, of Gibsons was  fined $1,000 for refusing to provide a  breath sample after he wasinvolved in an -  accident on Granthams Hill December 12.  ���  The 1978 Jeep, in which he was the sole  occupant, was totalled. West suffered head  injuries including a broken nose. ,  -Patt4Gk-AJDavieI-23rwas-_ined-$200ioE  -possession'of-marijuana. Judge Johnson  refused his lawyer's request for discharge  provisions on grounds a criminal record  would close job ppportunities to him.  In that case, Judge Johnson said,-he  would be granting discharges to everyone.  Ch. 9 action  ���-A delegation to talk-with the^CRTC's-  Reglonal representative Peter MacDonald  in Vancouver is being considered..  1 Anyone wishing to take part is asked to  phone either Jo Hammond, 886-2513 or  Maryanne West, 886-2147.  1      ' "      \  We invite you to drop in  and view our  DOm Sp/t��g  lows  NOW .N STOCK  ALSO���We still have lots of  GREAT SPECIALS on last year's  styles.  PUT YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARD WITH  A NEW PAIR OF SHOES FROM  DORS SHOES  Sunnycrest Center,  Gibsons  886-2624  I  IN GIBSONS  r  Sunmjc/test  Shopping  Centee  fanSvenyt&fa  yxu'U co& tteed.  wWi  UPHOLSTERY &  BOATTOPS  ITS TIME  ., M  BOAT TOPS  AND  POLY TARPS  886-7310  />  Windsor  Sunthlne Ctt. Hwy.  Olbion*.  "MORS  JUST  PLYWOOD'  886-  9221  ���fa  ���R is�� CREDIT UNION   ^  ' Atw&to tee GtC&tc C9*%MmmVe"  '%fe'  * Loans  * Mortgages  * Best Saving Rates  LOCATED NEXT TO  THE BUS DEPOT  886-8121  HIRE AN  EXPERT IN  TILE SETTING  886-9505  FREE ESTIMATES  NO OBLIGATION  i  Don't be sorry  years later.  "Servi ng the enti re  Peninsula"  DRIFTWOOD CRAFTS  886-2525  WE HAVE A COMPLETE  SELECTION   OF  WOOL  &  CRAFT   SUPPLIES   -  McCALL'S  PATTERNS,  SEWING  NOTIONS t  JEWELRY  Sunnycreit Centre, Gibsons  MARINE  ELECTRONICS  next to Dogwood  -Cafe, Lower  Clbionk:  -SPECIALISTS IN .  *��B��2*m!_\Lm_m  kfiiBsoNfcv  traveK.  886-9255  Remember: "One  Call Does_f  It AIM  No Extra ,1  Cost to   P  You I    "tfj  V7.H  \  Sunnycrest Centre,  Olbioni  A COMPL-TB BUILDINO SfflVICB"  raRliffl  Com.*  ���* i     ' ~\    See U��  886-8141  i    Sunthlne Cooit  Highway, Olbioni  BUILDING  SUPPLIES  Fishing for Bargains?  -ii-��^-^\  t;-^h "    vp1 J   ^"-^jr32*  Look on  this Page  Every Week!  SEE OUR SHOWROOM   Ht-UIsriri AMfs pm*   THURSSAT    '  ���CAHPITS *KITCH1N  CAWNITI *JINN-AIR  I many more great  ps_4lv'Wr'"'4V��v,)MMy>''"pw999t  CARPET CABINIT  CERAMIC CENTRE  North Rd., Olbioni aS6_768  JANE'S TUB & TOP SHOP  886-7621  1 ��� 76"   (or will cut to length]  Mold.d VANITY SINK TOP  with 2 end iplaihai Rag $16_,OOj|��roO  4.--MM-AVOCA0O.- ��NOW-_-_asJ  flbtrgloi 5how��r.JStolL   Reg $399.63  leovlew PI.. Olbioni       NOW  *229  108  LOOK HERE FOR WEEKLY BARGAINS  & SALE INFORMATION.  SECHELT  C&S HARDWARE  M      2 PERSON  ^   TENTS  $29*5  ',��-t_^A_n/-, <.*���)*��>- *?'  SECHELT AUTO  CLINIC  885-5311  TIME FOR THAT  SPRING TUNE-UP  NEXT TO LEGION    -  ATTENTION JOGGERS!  Specializing in Ladies & AAens  Cuts'* Styling,  Coloring, ���  Blow Drying. __  ���i    Long, soft, wash & ^      _  ���~~J        wear perms.        <-_  ,_ _,,  Hair Care lor the entire family.  Quality Redken, Jhlrmock & Vldal Sasaoon.Pr-dM.t.  ~v4e& SeacOy Salon  Open Tuesday to Saturday  88M818 Cowrie Si  unTcorn"!  PET'S  N PLANTS   I  885-5526, Sechelt      |  CLIP THIS AD  F0R 10% OFF |  ANYTHING IN STORE. |  883-2315  MEN'S, WOMEN'S &  CHILDREN'S WEAR  MADEIRA PARK '  MADEIRA PARK  VARIETY STORE  ^Madeira Park 883-9115  . w.-M~&$*.^e*^*>.^e*w-lY'wm���~~Wmwml���  * Custom-made  Drapes        ,  Seori Agent 883-2613  AC RENTALS &  BUILDING SUPPLIED  GARDEN CENTER OPEN  steer Manure.,.,..,$2.i5 bo,  PEATMOSS $7.95 4 ett, bal.  683--.S8S Hiway 101 frond. p.n. R<_,  *  (' /.       '���  l^J-h  -__i_ ,  PageB-fiT We^iesday, March 28,1979  ��� Leftt week In Sunshine Coast  TV's ad we said that the  Pioneer SX980 was $275.  The proper price is $725  _-TjS_>-iy~loraBny=lncoiiv��nlwc��  _j-_.ot|Swj- ___ ___���  tf*ir&  iM*  "We're full of  Spring Nonsense"  _tKITE$-===^  HULA HOOPS  BEACH BALLS  SAND PAILS  ���WATER  PISTOLS  ���SPACE FLYERS  ���PEGGITY  .SKATEBOARDS  ���CROQUET  KAREN RIMMEIt-dances-at-Ghatelech gym Friday^  Terminal City Dance  Friday at Chatelech  ���TOY BOATS  ^���SWIM_AIDS_._  ���BLOW DARTS  Shop Now WhileWe  .Have A Good Selection!  TOYS ARE FUN!  g5JJS3_3-l  VISA  Across from SuperValu  Sunnycrest Centre, Gibsons  Vancouver is presently something of a  hotbed of dance in North America, second  only to New York City for per capita  audience turnouts. This has resulted in a  ' spawning of competent modern dance,  companies in the city, and Terminal City  Dance'is One of them.  Modern dance is no longer restricted to  the urban areasrw-ruTar~areas���are~  responding more and more to these  imaginative approaches to dance and  movement         Terminal City D-U-QeT-a-TmaBe^itse--!  very evident throughout B.C. and is  probably better known than most companies as -they have been extensively  touring the province and participating in  cultural festivals for more than three  years. .   , ,,���  Since moving into a new studio space,  productions have been created to be  adapatable to a variety of performing  ' spaces which allows them to reach moKgJ  communities.  The group, composed of Terry Hunter,  Karen Runnier and Savannah Walling is  truly co-operative. They share and rotate  .organizational responsibilities  UAUMOON INN  .  & SERVICES  ���WE HAVE GAS & DIESEL  PUMPS & TOW TRUCK SERVICE.  ���RESTAURANT OPEN  THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY  HOURS: 4:30 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.  The Clarksom ��� 8 mlloi north of Sechelt ��� Hiway 101,  885-5500  BUT YOU CAN SPOIL ITS APPETITE WITH A  THOROUGH STEAM CLEANING OF THE UNDERSIDE  OF YOUR CAR.  call Coast Power Cleaning  8859316  NOWHeeeee BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE   ��� there is no heirarchy.  Says Rimmer, "You can take on a role  ���student, teacher, choreographer ��� then  relinquish it, rather than have the role  ridigify around you. I don't want to harden  myself into any particular-role. It's more  difficult; but it's more interesting."  The goal is to expand the boundaries of  dance-andrthough-primarily-trained- in -  dance, these professionals also draw upon  their varied experiences in theatre, mime,  and music which are freely utilized in  l^onr-afnces.  k Vancouver Sun's dance critic Max  Wyman,has this to say about Terminal  City Dance, "They are involved with  dance, theatre, motion, emotion ��� they  , are involved with life. It is an exhilarating,  sobering, exhausting show that runs a  gamut of many moods 7.. go prepared for  anything, go prepared to be made,.to  wonder."  Terminal City Dance is presented by  the Sunshine Coast Arts Council and will  beVrforming Friday, March 30,8 p.m. in  the gym at Chatelech Secondary School.  Admission is $2.50 for adults, $1.50 for  students.  Suspended  sentence for  pointing gun  Robert M.P. Grandillo was given a two-  year suspended sentence last week after  an incident December 23 In which he  pointed a rifle at Sechelt' RCMP constable  Tom Hanson in Garden Bay.  "These matters are usually spontaneous and emotional," Provincial Court  Judge Johnson said.  "Since the off icer has taken the position  he has ��� he does not recommend Incarceration and I comment him for It ��� I  will take this recommendation Into consideration."  Judge Johnson said he was "strongly  persuaded" by probation officer Neil  McKenzie's opinion that since Grandillo  has successfully remained free of heroin  addiction, tolncarcertate him could make  him fall back into his habit of five years  ago.  "The greatest safety (to the accused) is  to keep the accused rehabilitated," Judge  Johnson said.  Letters of reference were read and  McKenzie told the Jud^e of the work  Grandillo had done with members of the  group home and with other people on  McKenzie's caseload.  During the sentence, Grandillo is  prohibited from possessing and controlling  a firearm and must report to the probation  officer. He was instructed also to put in 200  hours of community work.  . "I take It as an isolated Incident that  will not happen again," Judge Johnson  said. "You were unbalanced that evening  duo to peculiar circumstances."  The Big Ono ��� heart disease ��� ia expensive; it causes an annual loss to the  Canadian economy exceeding one billion '  dollars.  n&w&ii for I wo  ��� _. in &* i/ihip r  ^jL^^H ^^^M B B ^^^ ^^^B ^^H ^^ffl  ^^        ^^wjffl' B B B      ^y ^^^9 B ^^^ B  Next to St. Mary's, Sechelt,  f  885-5111  DL 2180  $  In/  BOYS' JEANS I     77 $2.00  AU HATS,  SUPPERS &  SWIMWEAR  Vz PRICE  GWG JEANS  $8  reg. $20.00  ���   2HF0JH36;00���  BIG BLUE JEANS  & LE CULOTTIER  reg. to $25.00  $19.00  SUPER SAVINGS-  Waist 26 & 27  $11.00  2 for $20.00  GWG FEMME FIT   I LANDLUBBER  JEANS   $15.00  CORDS ��! oo $7.00  SPORT SHIRTS reg. to $20.00     $5.00  DRESS SHIRTS  reg. to $15.00      $3.00  STANFIELD'S T-SHIRTS, L S. reg. $5.95 $2.49  RUGBY SHIRTS, L. S. reg. $13.00 $3.00  LANDLUBBER CORD SHIRTS  $3.25  CORD HOODED VESTS reg. $50.00 $30.00  CASUAL JACKETS reg. $37.00.-..: ���':...         $5.00  __v]  teVr��_,  a  mm&gyp   Many other  unadvertised  specials!  Hurry down!  Sale starts 9 am Thursday, March 29  ���ends April 7.  TERMS: CASH, NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS.  MORGAN'S  ���OOiWi Htw  ' v V  _-rz^-:J-  *y.  OKtei  take place-this year-March 304l-ani  _possiWy_April-l-  Durto a^shortage-oMce-irrbothPowell  River and Sechelt, the series has been  shortened from a best of five series to a  best of three. ���  The Elphinstone dub apologizes to its  fans and patrons that none of the series  jwiJl take place at the Sechelt area. . .',,  Due to theluvavT^bUity of Fee time on  the Saturday evening, the series has been  moved1 to Powell River, where games  will be played Friday and Satunlayjiigbt.  at;8:30 p.m.-  -"-A third Sunday game begtasit 2 p.m7if  -necessaryrr  ���At, press  champions Taws leading the Powell River  finals 2-1.  Pitch-In?  Welcome  TED SMITH  New Manager of  WINDSOR PLYWOOD  Ted invites all the residents of  the Sunshine Coast to drop in  and talk to him about all their  building supply needs.  Ted has come from Kelowna  with his wife and two children  _and-brings���with-him���10���years-  experience with Windsor  Plywood.  GARDEN BAY MARINE  ^SERVICESI-TD.   Sinclair Bay Road,  Just up & over the hill  ERNIE MAYNARD holds trophy, hard-carved by Jamie Dixon at Deserted  ^Bay7thafGleneagles ol West Vancouver ^  Golf and Country Club Sunday. Membership fees don't go up until June, so get,  "yourshow. " ~"~     ; " '       '    -~_^-���*  Dobs Your Club or Group Report Its Activities Regularly to The Times?  **��� ^ *_____. i" .P A\,\  Section C  Wednesday, March 28,1979  Minor Hockey  Winners upset in 5 of 6 divisions  VOLKER KAEMLING GOVERNMENT LICENSED  SUNSHINE COAST PEST CONTROL LTD.  *PreTreofm<  ,.   ..at^t^J^^nrUn^^nifrucfion-t-,  *For Guaranteed Control of Carpenter Ante, Rodents and other  i��yv-   i* f"*4 JriJtw  Pests.  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  883-2531  B.A. BLACKTOP  'QUALITY   SERVICE SINCE J956"  ASPHALT PAVING OF:  ���Roads ���Industrial Sites ���Parking Areas  ��� Tennis Courts ���Driveways ��� Gravel Sales ���  FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL  885-5151  East Porpoise Bay Rd, Sechelt  Membete  ��mr_   Amalgamated  , JMrjL  Construction  Buildort'  Association  *5rrop- ltd'  The NHL may yet be far away from '  parity in its leagues, but the Sechelt Minor {  Hockey Association can boast that in five I  of its six divisions upsets over divisional  winners were registered in the playoffs.; ^|  7 ��� In the "pup" division, it was the secojri' *' *  place Legion 140 beating out the Kin-ucks  for the trophy, with a little help from the  Sabres.  The:undefeated T&T Truckers in the  T "atomV division got an early scare in the  playoffs, when they tied the winless  Elphinstone team 2-2. T&T bouncedback,  however, in the final game from a 3-1  deficit to the OWL, to win their cham-  CLEARANCE  OLD STOCK  AT  OLD PRICES  fcv  AnENTION SHOPPERS  WE AT DOUGLAS'S TRY TO GIVE YOU A  SATISFYING BUYING EXPERIENCE BY GIVING YOU:  1. Tfi* bast products available  2. Friendly and courteous staff assistance  3. Fair prices.  WE WILL AT ALL TIMES ENDEAVOR TO SATISFY  YOU WITH YOUR SHOPPING REQUESTS.  DOUGLAS'S VARIETY  DEPARTMENT STORE  Gibsons 886-2615  pionship 4-3.  It was in the very competitive ?'pee  _weeLLdivision-4hat--saw7rea_ly-��xciting  action, with the cellar-dwelling Standard  "Oilers" edging second place TBS 2-1, and  then knocking off the league champs,  Legion 109, in a 6-4 thriller.  The Oilers who finished the year with  only a win and a tie, went undefeated in the  playoffs to win the "pee wee" crown.  Twin Creek "pee wee" team made  things very difficult for the league winning  "GT's", Just losing a 5-4 decision in the  final seconds of their playoff game. But it  was the Family Mart "Aces" who held on  to the "bantam" championship after  placing second in league play.  Trailing 4-1 going into the final period,  the "Aces" pulled even with some spirited  play and good goaltending, and eventually  scored the winner to hold the championship for the second year, winning 5-4.  . Upsets continued in the "midget"  division where league winning Tyee  Flyers (5-1) failed to win a playoff game.  It was the Legion 140-23's (1-6) who pulled  the biggest upset, knocking off the Flyers  8-5 and then blanking the Weldwood  Clippers 5-0 to bring home the cup I  In Juvenile action, again it was last to  first with the hapless Anderson "A's"  putting it all together for the playoffs with  wins of 4-3 over the division-leading Credit  Union Rangers, ond 4-1 over Elson Glass.  Congratulations to all our "champs".  game  Al Nickorson got two goals and Gary  Feschuk added a pair for the Stompers as  they fought to a 4-4 tie with the Redskins in  soccer action on the Reserve Sunday.  Jeromo Julian, Bruce Joe, Robert Joe  and Gerald Louie got singles for the  Redskins.  Ignorance Isn't always bliss I Knowing  the symptoms of heart attack and stroke  could save your life or that of a friend.  Write your Heart Foundation for free  Information,  Some of life's  difficult  u e e  Iff HiePENINSULATIMES'CLASSIREDS  They can make life a little ���asitr'.  886-3231  or Drop your Classified off at THIHIRON CAFi, Lower Olbsons.  'mmmmmmmmmmmtimhmm��^0-t_mmi^_m___mmmmm__w__-wt^mmmm��mmm.______^__i.___________m  r Page02   m���  The Peninsula Times  , Wednesday, March 28,1979  Mad ridin' beats radiation  By Dennis Gray  ;_ lw(-iej,q^ckfe-Iexe^t^a^methafplcr  s men just help to pay fori one for them to  ���. watch ahd reminisce about. Besides, this  is not for the rational and reasonable man  who" wants, with average greed,, a  reasbnable]pp)n for tjis labor, not for the  man who^haWwaste with an ardor ap-  proaching-fanaticism.-  Out there riding, when you go, you'll  darn well know what did it.,  f.f \ht> Irwal rf-ntPS-nntg in thP.  -Some.  Moto-crn.ss -~ What kind of madness is   unloading over a pair otliMidlebaKratthe-  =!M_tf=W-iat_dnd_fifesa^  reason, blpts out his'fear of injury, his  thoughts of pain and allows him to ride one  of these machines at. such wrecHess  speeds?  -���This-duel-with-pistons-at-the^closest-  possible range, is a madman's game of  chicken where all that separates him from  oblivion   is   gyroscopic   force  and  a  ' calculation of the laws, of physics bya  human computer that, if governed by  For this sport requires much tinie,  energy, and fuel just to go in circles ,������  ^ggi-g^p^e^oU^ithout-planting-sp^  meet\ were Dale Mader, Sechelt; Hugh  Duffy. Gibsons; Gary Horsman, Gibsons;  Terry and Dave Ling, Powell River; Scott  Fraser, PoweU^ivefTand EvaiTGrayr  Sechelt.��� ���=��� -    ~  Keep strokin'.  same speed.   ,    <   , 7 �� " much as a potato peel.  Whafl^c^motlvates' themr WhaP ^So^hy-do ypu feel the urge to go out  mak^es a man, who is as lazy as the next* 7and join, them? The answers to these  man,1 stay up most of the night tinkering, questions are abvipus to ah enthusiast. But  tuning and tampering With ^motorcycle, only a damnfool would try to explain them  then get up long before dawn and travel to anyone else. >  """* ~    ������    ~soy��rgffsit^^lirthe^h��de~andiJullTour-^  cocoon around you and begin to read about  the insidious hazards of radiation, the  dangers of eating too much salt, too much,  sugar, of eating too much. The hazards^far,,,  outnumber the refuges and their succesS v  iaS-isl^-tabler"  -Suddenly-you-beeorae-aware-ttffltTyc  hours to accomplish little more than  turning his whole body into a giant aching  muscle? (And laying out a couple of grand  to do so)?  You  ask  yourself  these  questions  S^TW^FbeSruitog-out signals-of   because-they^are-so^)bvious,-But_asij?QU_  tomf������^ "��� sM^the~determination" of these-young-  ~~As'l stand and watch this sa^affi~7mruete^rmeinhe^i-sUnd^haustrfeel7  JS^i-^��-^--l^-^^&^ g^nd tremble as they pass, you also  you remember the taste of excitement ������  the sweat of competition.  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You enjfry.7  riding far more than sitting here getting; ���  cooked, poisoned or eaten by some bug.'.7,  sjg^;' ���� m "��i=5 __St. __S&  ��~* _*^ *������*      ggm 5_��_i SkS^* B tOB^ m 4*i_  DL2180  885-511X  Next to St. Mary's, Sechelt  '-vWi/T-^  game for rubber bones, light "supply^  ������ *      *   ,   .  HKr  K&___'.-��  \      <"  <*.??,>>*"   it*rh *.*'. %���&**  >V  gasp5:���77 ar-T~ t~?r^~~~  "The Bike Specialists"  LANCE  MORE MACHINES 1  MORE SERVICE  * j "  Stop by and meet Rob,  our factory-trained mechanic  ROB  r  ______  r^f *"*  7#* *?�����& _'  ~_ __.~V"���'���***__   "-������ "��� ���*���*��� *����� ������*��� "^*      >��� *** ���!-��*��� .       iff1 i��J- ���        JT    ~~*  -~''*__fe��jvt��' 1   ' '  &mM+X\S     ..,  1   J>    *  Jf  iff -  ?.?*  \  rll7. JIBS  B *    WsP 9m     **~��     -^^ '*~*meeimmm''^~m*  HONDA  Sechelt, 885-2030  SAVINGS UP TO <300  01485B  YAMAHA  Powell River, 483-3912  AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE  .IIII...W-..-II-. 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LANDSCAPING  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  and  GARDEN MAINTENANCE  For an ever-blooming garden  fruit tree pruning  WILLIAM BORAGNO    Free Estimate*  (Bango) 885*5033  LANDSCAPING (cont'd)  ^M���!��������������� HH ���IW..I....I   ������   !��� -!���-_������. ���ii. in. wiiii...  ���������.ii  . - mwin���jn.  SECHELT ORIENTAL LANDSCAPING  Landscaping * Pruning * Shaping  Willie Takahashl  Coll after six 885-9890  PRINTING SERVICE  ���.���!-����� ������^���-1  >    ���!��� ������HI. IH II �������� ���������   ��� ���SHI I II '       !������I... ��� ...���1,  Business Cards, Wedding Invitations,  Letterheads, Envelopes,  Raffle Tickets.  PENINSULA TIMES  Phone 885-3231  RENTALS  PEST CONTROL  A.C. RENTALS LTD.  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT RENTALS  Scaffolding, Rock Drills, Power Tools,  . 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"And Ltd.,  Crown Zellerbach Canada Ltd.,  with  controlled  cross-breeding  and MacMiUanBloedel Ltd., Pacific Logging  -__ei_-Ction-!^  generation orchards are expected to result Tahsi_r Co., Ltd., and the rMiiilstry of  in a 15 to 40 per cent gain in wood volume". Forests. Other agencies may be included  He said main objectives of the program in the Council as the program develops  inel^75e$ib^^  ���ik^-*^1?  Wednesday, March 28,1979  Tlie Peninsula Times  &&C$t  Illegal to not  record sales  , V^^\ rtW ��_��k_Fi *> .V*"*"' *.*'"  Environment minister K. Rate Mair  announced last week the passing of an  Order-in Council- which makes it legal  requirement that all sales transactions  between fishermen and fish buyers must  be recorded on existing federal sales slips,  and those sales slips must be forwarded  weekly to the regional director, Fisheries  ".m," ,���_.(-,  ��� ftsiy-rti '(,-&,  and Oceans, 1090 West Pender Street,  Vancouver.    j    - -        --The purpose of the order enacted under -  the Provincial Fisheries Act is to ensure  accurate records of catch, said Mr. Mair.  "Without such records, management of  the resource on a sustained yield basis is  seriously threatened, and this, in turn,  v^oidd mean a significant loss of jobs anxLj  incomes if the resource declines further  because of incomplete catch records.  There are indications thatthishasbeena.  serious problem in both the herring roe  fishery currently underway arid the  salmon fishery on the Fraser River," he  said.  "Estimates of unrecorded sales of roe  herring last year represent a $31 million  total value to the B.C. economy, based on  1979 prices," said Mair, "and the legal  requirement to fill out_and-senc  sales slips will aid in reversing the trend of  declining catches in certain high value  fisheries."  The mtaister added: "I yiew this cck  operative effort with federal government  in the management of our increasingly  valuable fisheries resources in B.C. as  another provincial measure that fully  complements the federal objectives to  ensure that maximum economic and  social benefits are gained from the  resource for British Columbians and  Canadians outside of British Columbia.  Pender Harbour  Hospital Aux.  The regular meeting was held on  , Wednesday, March 14 with the president  JeAn Prest in1 the chair.  There was discussion arising from ,  committee reports. By next meeting we  should have a definite decision on Fish  Derby prizes. Gladys Brown reports that  her Mini-thrift Shop will be open on April 1,  Donations are needed.  Members* are reminded of the Friendship Tea for'aU auxiliaries, to be held on  Thursday, April 19. Gibsons Auxiliary will  host the tea this year. Watch for further  details in our April report.  Those of our members who attended  the Annual Meeting for volunteers en-  Joyed the lively and Interesting get  together. The Auxiliaries can be proud of  their volunteer workers. \  . A nuihber of knitted items were handed  in for sale at the Gift Shop in the hospital.  There is yarn available for those who  would like to make gift items. Gift items  do not necessarily need to be for Infants.  The meeting closed with the serving of  tea. '  Submitted by:  JeanWhlttakar, ���,,,.  Publicity Chairman  Got the blues?  Want to get away from  It all?  Taken walk!  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AUTODRAFT   v  AIRTIGHT  __%fC Reg. $459.00  f��fr> *369eo  1  ULEFOS  CAST BOX  HEATERS  ��� More heat from lets  fuel ���  #865  R��g. $589.00 SALE  #864  R��g.$319.00... ..SALE  #868  R��0. $269.00 SALE  00  $��9  $26900  $22500  AIRTIGHTS  ASHLEY No. 23HF  R��g. $289.95 ....SALE  ASHLEY No. C62  R*��. $479.00..,. 1 SALE  $21095  ,39900  PARLOUR STOVES  Reg. $199.00  s.k> '169!��  ^sioom  PETIT GODIN  Reg. $499.00  s...'39900  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  eH~r~~m~~mmj^w^~t^~~~~~^      ^/~~^m^r W^~~~m~gmH^^  gkg%f_* haam wmmtmWvmt I9M FfM  885-2283 of    m*m  \ ft tearful parting in Penang  PageC-4  ^_m__m^JB__i__n_k_wmmuu*  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 28,1979  By MARY UNKLEY-SHANNON Their next hotel; was called "Rose  Our last article on the Far East trip x Garden" andit^asialdeligl-tfi-1 complex  made   by  Bill   ahd  Evelyn   PaHant, inside and out: TheiTrooiffwas large, with  described their visit to Hong Kong and Red   teak furniture and, fragrant with freshly  -Ghinar-The ifcxt-part^of-theiMrip wasa���cutroses. Jt-wa-Lclose-to-the Th-tU-illage  covering Thailand, ~ Cultural Show, where they saw Thai-style  "Jet Set Orient Tour"  Indonesia and Malaysia.-  THAILAND  A three-hour, flight from Hong Kong  landed-them-in Bangkok,-the-capitaI of-  Thailahd. It is a hot and humid city with a  population of four million. It has 300.  temples and many spirit houses, mostly  Buddhist. The traffic, say the Pallants, is  unbelievable. There are street vendors  everywhere, cooking over charcoal grills  and selling many types of fruit and sweet  fried cakes.  ���TheFe-are-many-optional-side^ps-on -  this tour'and next morning, when the  -Pallants lef tBangkok-on-one-of these^tiiey-  were surprised to find they were alone  except for their driver and a guide they  racknamed "Sunshine''. They travelled in  longjwats along man-made canals called'  "Wongs'5" ahdVisiledr a "floating, marker  where tiny sampans and barges overflowed with food and all manner of wares'.  Along the banks ofthe kongs wereirooden-  houses, perched on stilts. Men and women  bathed, swam and washed their clothes in  the dirty-looking water. For drinking  water they collect rain water which is  stored in large decorated clay pots with  -lids. "     "   "  THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI ���,.  J The Pallants and their escorts made a  stop in the region of the.River Kwai, and '-  visited a well-kept cemetery where allied  prisoners of World War II are buried.  Travelling through rice paddies, pineapple  plantations and fields of sugar cane^they  arrived in an area of bamboo jungle and'  teak trees and spent the night at a  "Boate." of primitive floating thatched  bamboo huts. They were served a good  western supper and a big breakfast the  following morning. This was apparently  not a very popular trip and the organizers  were attempting to improve the amenities,  but the Pallants found it to be a unique  experience.  On the next stage of their tour, they saw  .. elephants working, venom being extracted  from poisonous snakes, a crocodile farm  and a fight between a snake and a  mongoose. Leaving their shoes at the door,  they visited,a huge temple where people  were praying, burning incense and applying gold leaf to statues. The gold leaf  can be bought in a small-package from a  nearby stall. Inside the temple was a  reclining Buddah, 108 feet long, covered  with gold leaf.  bojihg' (with - feet and elbows),-sword  fighting, cock fighting and a bamboo stick  dance. Other exhibits showed the ritual of  a traditional Thai wedding and some  country and classical dancing. It was a  terrific show, say the Pallants, and a joy to  watch for the Thai people are a truly  lovely people with black hair, beautiful  white teeth and a ready smile,  The next stage of the journey in their  private car, escorted still, by their guide  "Sunshine", took them to the Pattaya  _J-each7Reso_t,.know_n_l_!call3r:^^the_SSSi  Rerots (Sun, Sand and Sex). They passed  groves of poisonous cassava trees and the  factories wherelhe cassava is processed'  for the manufacture of tapioca. The  volatile poison is driven off by intense heat  in the processing. They saw salt-toeing  -pro<*essed-from~sea-water-and reached  their next stop, a gracious and comfortable "Holiday- Inn" overlooking the  Gulf of Thailand. t__  Coral Island, a 45 minute ride across,  from Pattaya Beach, was their next place  to visit and here they had a choice of many  things to do, They could stay on board,  anchored in they bay,' or go ashore and  -spend the time swimming or haggling over  ii r  .u:  -purchasesin some small fishing village.  They could rent speed boats, see coral  reefs from a glass bottomed boat, or hand  suspended from a parachute while being  tow���d^y^speedJH��t-aCTO_s-the bay."  They crossed to another small island for a ~  delicious lunch of deep fried octopus and  shrimp, followed'by tropical fruit.  Returning to Bangkok by' air-'  conditioned bus, the Pallants received an  invitation to attend a language school to  make tapes which would be used as  pronunciation guides for English language  students. Bill had laryngitis, but Evelyn's  voice is now on record as part of the  school's curriculum.  Their last evening in Bangkok, they  took a ride by speed boat through rural  canals to visit a Thai form village. They  then transferred to a decorated rice barge  "and as they cruised along the canals, the  most attractive Thai hostesses served  them with drinks, Thai snacks and fruit. A  stoprTvasrmade ata-village for a buffet  supper, followed by entertainment with  music and dancing by torchlight.  BALI - ISLAND OF THE GODS  With an overnight stop at Singapore,  their next flight took them to Djakarta, the  - i1 i   ii    nriifii  snow on "the trees, but they agree't-iat'for a  steady diet it was better than palm trees  andhi_mid;heat,' " ,-  ��� ������': They ' can  look . back  witjh  happy  _iiemQriei-.onJhe_trip7oLa_Uf6tiitte--T--eir_  most special memories are of Thailand,  where Jthere was so much to see and do,  and* of living with a Chinese family in  Penang, an experience which they will  _neverJorget ���'- ���������  Squaringly~your&  By Maurice Hemstreet  Hello there, fellow square dancers. AH!  SO! this is getting to be a bad nabit being  _$_\ time again. Well, don't worry it cairt.  last, .due to my not being here sometimes  Ask about our  "Package" deals.  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Perfect for family,  friends-and you!  Cull or visit uh  now. Wo sond  flowers  almost any-  whoro���tho  FTD way.  *1500  nf*-- dh**��**w**>?('-��to**��*;;  OUR FTD  EASTER BASKET  BOUQUET  EASTER IS SUNDAY, APRIL ia  NOVELTIES  ' AND  CHARLIES  CHOCOLATES  I  ' r  are  available ���  here  50  up  !*^*tj*tw��**)^ft*��tim��.  EXQUISITE BOUOUETANH-LVNN FL0W��RS-  Sunnycr4il Centre  Glbtont  686-9222  S*ch*lt  885-9455  j-th-a_Ito^elio_QflieL  ,    j March 23 was one heck of a square  dance evening and all because I had  "-practiced calling for one hour the week  ' before and the dancers were dancing that I  ^was calling, most of the time anyway.  Even caller Harry brought a left foot and a  - right foot this time. Of course lie hasn't  ^figured outiwhichi.neJsTwhat.yet,l)utthen  he is a young fellow.  The Sunshine Coast Country Stars are  busy, making arrangements for a gala  square dance evening for visiting square  dance clubs and the date set at present is  break down. Your local caller during'a  patter call may wait for you to catch up,  but in the new singing calls there is no way.  of doing this unless you want to louse up a  [U��urejfla_LQ_eJ&ub^^  jamoboree, that panel of callers are not  about to slow down while you tie up the  floor and this is all called timing.  Now we come to rough movements on  the floor and this is one of the main items ���  that cause square dancers to go rock  hunting instead of dancing and as you ���  -know-that once-youThave-reaehed the-age���  of 39, most all people have either arthritis  or bursitis amongst their bones. So if you  see a square dance fellow or lady sitting on  the sidelines for half the evening just ask  BILL PALLANT at his prayers in front of the Chinese Temple.-Penang.  capital of Indonesia at the western end of    time  _n_.a�����rTndfe   comfortable,   air-  Java. From there they flew to DenpassarS conditioned hotel,  on the island of Bali, where they were  ypENANG BLAND  picked up by a private car and drive to >   t^ next ffight took ^^ to Penang  yourself why. After all, you may be able to  iptember 22. More on4his4aterand4be���spin^-te^ind-hillf^hat^dvarae^  WesternSquare Dance Jamboree-at" the-  Queen's Park Arenex in New Westminster  is Sat., April 28, starting at 1 p.m. till 11  p.m. This should be a good one - for further  information call Bob Dallman, 327-1962.  Now, something for square dancers to  think about and you're going to say "Who,  me?" and I am going to say"Yes, YOU."  Now, a lot of dancers want what a few.  years ago was called high level square  dancing, but today, it is known as mainstream, plus one, two, quarterly selection  experimentals and advance one and two.  ���Well,   that's  fine   with  me,   but  level, oner of the latest figures,- but you  don't know why half of the dancers only  dance half of an evening that is supposed  to be fun on the floor and friendship galore.  Well,4-must~get-"along"now sol will  leave you with this thought in mind. While  you are smartly twisting someone's arm  toomuch.'someonemay be doing the same  to your partner. Have a good day, bye-  now. -  Samur Beach Resort for a four day stop.  Here they were greeted with a Bali  Special, a drink mixed with the local wild  rice wine ~and_topped~wit_- a "hibiscus-  flower. The hotel was full so they were  given a most charming bungalow, thatched with palm and complete with patio,  fridge and radio. Here again they were the  only Canadians in the group and they were  told that very few Canadians visit Bali.  It was extremely hot and the Pallants  spent most of the four days in or by the  pool, They.did not need to go far for their  food, for w&one side of the pool was a  snack bar and on the other side a  restaurant specializing in sea foods.  , At the Art and Cultural Centre they saw  demonstrations of wood and bone carving,,  weaving and jewelery making and there  were interestingN Batik factories with  beautiful hand-painted designs. They saw  quite young children working alongside  their parents, learning the crafts. There  were many Moslem temples and spirit  hohses on the Island and a number of  statues, some of which were quite  grotesque.  It was the monsoon season In Ball and  for the first time during their trip, the  Pallants experience rain. The rain was  warm, so Evelyn assures us, but while on a  shopping tour to Denpassar local market,  they were walking along alleys with mud  up to their ankles.  In addition to a 21 percent sales tax,  there is a three percent government tax on  meals and hotels which particularly affects the tourist.  SINGAPORE  Their return flight enabled them to take  a look at Singapore, the crossroads of the  world, with \ a population of over, two  million. Anti-Utter laws are strict there  and enforced, It is a remarkably clean pnd  beautiful city with plenty of shrubs'and  tropical flowers. The Pallants saw posters  which said "Limit your family to two  children ��� sterilisation or legalized  abortion available." The death penalty is  Island, off the north-west coast of Malaya,  where they were entertained in the home  of some Chinese friends, Rosy, Wong _and_  their three children. The house was very  pleasant, with large airy rooms and  marble floorsMand furniture made of  ,. bamboo. Their hosts were Buddhists and  the Pallants quickly learned to take off  their shoes when entering the house and  the Buddhist temple. They ate Malayan  food and found most of it Very good and not  too spicy. Fish was on the menu often,  always fresh: but undercook^'for'the  western taste. , sc,~t7  Penang is a small island ��� a tropical  paradise of palms, fine beaches and the  ; densely wooded slopes of a central range  ,'of hills. The highest point, 2,700 feet,  ���' Penang Hill, is accessible by cable car and  '] has a hotel, restaurants, a temple, fine  ' homes and a small village. They visited  the Botanical Gardens, also known as the  Monkey  Gardens,  for hundreds   of  monkeys run free there, and are quite  aggressive in their demands for food.  Since Malaysia achieved independence, the country is run- by the  Malaysians mainly for the Malaysians,  and ^ Chinese, even those who are native  born, find little chance for advancement in  their careers, Rosy and Wong feel insecure and are considering emigrating to  Australia wherei their children mi^t have  "the advantage of a better education and  better opportunities, their children  delighted the Pallants who found them  polite, obedient and responsible and it was  a tearful parting when it came time for  their return home. They boarded a plane  for the five-hour flight to Hong Kong and,  '> with perfect visibility, had magnificent  views ot the Gulf of Thailand and some of  Vietnam's beautiful beaches.  After an overnight stop in Hong Kong,  they boarded their flight for Vancouver onii  - a (Sunday morning and arrived In Vancouver, also on Sunday to find they had-  gained the day they had lost on the  outgoing trip. Once through customes,  what a Joy it was to breath the cool fresh  Tner  remember that there are only so many  beats or notes of music to each movement  in square dancing and if you try to put in  fancy styling such as extra twirls or  swings or anything at all, you set will  _  KEEP  *&>   B.C.    WATERS  ClsEAN^  Business Opportunity  COLOUR PHOTO LAB  Sechelt is open for a direct to customer dealing photo lab (no  competition). We have assembled the 3 major pieces of TOP  QUALITY KODAK EQUIPMENT (at ��� substantial savings)  necessary to start this.operation before summer. : \  We can also arrange for training programs, equipment installation, and set-up advice.  We estimate total capital required at $80,000 with 70% in  capital equipment.  Person(s) Interested contact Barry AA. Hook,  President, TRICOLOR PROLAB LTD,, '  Box 3000, New Westminster, B.C.  Phone (604) 524-3636  still invoked fpr murder or for dope ped-   ^ pfBritish Columbia. As Uhjey drove to  dllng. Our travellers had a tour of the city  and saw the busy harbour where many  freighters were loading1 and unloading.  They also visited Orchid Gardens which  were a riot of colour ahd they saw exotic  birds in' one of the cleanest, neatest parks  they had ever seen. It was extremely hot in  the city, so they spent a good deal of their  their home in halfmoon Bay, there was  WALK WISE  WITH VOUft (VIS  (ffijfO rV*��tlrt��o_isl��ty     '  mmmmtm���mmmmmmmmmmmmmm  "H&R  is aware  changes in  Canadian Tax Law'.'  M��nry W. BlocK  Canadian Tax Law is an ever-changing and complex issue. It's our business to keep abreast of changes,  like the new Refundable Child Ta.c.,.��._._  Credit. We understand Tax Law, so  you don't have to, At H&R Block, we  are Income tax specialists.  '   GIBSONS 806-7414  mWti_\\*'_f\_t_*kW\(!*��ty"'^"4witi�� >MWWrwt Ihoplni M<  ���*���������'�����������������*���������"'���������"       .    Mon.-Snt., ��i��0tSi��0t Prl, tiS0��9i00  INCOME TAX PEOPLE        Appolntm.nt. Available Com* In Today I  LORD JIM'S LODGE  Opening Friday, March 30th  GRAND OPENING  DINNER SPECIAL  Saturday, March 31st  SOUP or SALAD  6 oz. FILLET & TASTY KING   _j__ lmABJLfi|i9  BEVERAGE  ���#*��  HOURS 6 pm-9 pm  ��� ���    '    V  Wft_ammivmmmmm  wiaiislllilflilliaia^^  wiriting class  ���Saturda^,-April-7,-10avm^75-p.m.T  Naomi Rachel will conduct a creative  writing workshop in Elphinstone, Room  108. This workshop has a dual purpose: to  acquaint the student with various forms  -and- movements-in-contemporaiy- poetry  (i.e. prose poetry-concrete poetry-absurd)  and to analyze the poetry of the students.  There will also be a sharing of other poets  with an emphasis on the most current  trends in Canadian and American poetry.  Some writing will take place during the  workshops including joint poems written  ..together-toy theeroup. The more writers  learn to analyze other poems, the better  &11iey^w=an8-yze^heir=own.  The students are asked to bring plenty  of paper, ink, their own poems (some to be  discussed and others to just read aloud)  and works byother poets they admire^At  TFiecloseof the^wwksh^plhirstudents will  have a clearer idea of what is right and  what is wrong with their writing and will  ~aWfiawWd~the^timi_teffon^  their work with others sharing a common  interest.  , Naomi Rachel has a Master's Degree in  creative writing -and has published over  .100 pnema in anthologies and marterljes  Volunteera continue to respond ^ to  needs expressed in this column ��� how  encouraging it is to see people wanting to  glvetheir time and energy to help others.  Often when people come into the Volunteer  Bureau they remark that a certain appeal  forHielp has motivated" them~to~getin-~  volved. Usually, they pursueJthat original _  inclination, but at times they discover  another opportunity which has even  greater appeal.   _  Perhaps you have been considering  some of the items mentioned in this  column and are looking for something else  to add meaning to your liferD: yoirare new-  to the area and want to find a way to meet  new people, why don't you try being a  volunteer ��� it can be a most rewarding  experience. Come into the Volunteer  Bureau located in the Dock in Sechelt to  see what is available and possibly in-,  teresting to you.~  Ifiat7i-iiter#t!^^  you could enjoy a short walk with this  person.  SPECIAL FRIENDS - VISITORS  Volunteers are needed to share their  time with some elderly people. Can you be  cTgdoUlisteneror would youlike to sjiare a-  craftD-Lspecial interest with a small group7  of people? Spending just an hour a week on  a Tuesday or Thursday would brighten the  day for another person.  SPECIAL FRIEND  Volunteers are needed to develop  special friendships with people needing to  observe-and-share - stable-^nd-positive-  attitudes toward living. Your relationship  would be a unique one and you would be  working under the guidance of a trained  professional. This could be a really  growing experience for the right volunteer.       - _j :.__..  Kyou "personally" have some needs'  ____ JthroughQut _canada_and-the .States-in--- Monitor)  , "It is difficult to make a man miserable  while he feels he is worthy of himself, and  claims kindred to the great God who made  hjm/* (Quoted in the Christian Science  ���h  eluding Contemporary California Poets,  Major Women Writings, The Malahat  Review, Hawaii Review, Anthology of  Long Poetry.   -    _  She has taught creative writing in  California, Mexico and here at the  University of British Columbia.,.  Please preregister at 885-3512, Continuing Education. The office is closed  March 26 to April 1 for spring vacation.  In Science and Health with Key to the  Scriptures, we read, "The history, of  Chrisitanity furnishes sublime proofs of  the supporting influence and. protecting-  power bestowed on man. by his heavenly  Father, omnipotent Mind, who gives man  faith and understanding . whereby to  defend himself, not only from temptation,  but from bodily suffering." (Pg. 387, by  Mary Baker Eddy).  The Grub Baa  Cookies with the coffee  By Ann  At our house the coffee pot is always  ready- And what tastes better than freshly  baked cookies and a cup of steaming  coffee or tea. A little cream in mine,  please. The bar cookie is the easiest to  make as is the favourite of many busy  homemakers. You might like to try one of  these ��� or maybe two.  Banana Bars  2 cups sifted enriched flour  2 teaspoons baking powder  % teaspoon salt  Vi teaspoon shortening  1 cup sugar  1 cup ripe mashed bananas (3)  % teaspoon vanilla extract  % teaspoon lemon extract  % cup chopped nuts.        7  Sift together the flour, baking powder  and salt. Cream together the sugar and  shortening. Add the eggs -and beat well.  Add flour mixture to creamed mixture  alternately with mashed bananas ��� add  the flavouring extracts and nuts. Mix well.  Spread the batter in a greased oblong  Advertising-Tri  points the way  to better buys.  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  fJtiS  The streets are for  the people.  Exercise your rights,  Walk a block a clay.  s Hit C.n.ifi.n rniw>mar|l lor p.r.On.l liln.s.,  baking pan and bake in a 350 oven for 30  minutes. While still warm frost with a thin  confectioners sugar icing. When cool, cut  into big fat squares.  Carrot Orange Bars  Three quarter cup shortening  three quarter cup sugar  1 cup cooked, mashed carrots  legg       . ��� ,     ���.'  2 cups unsifted all-purpose flour,. -    ty.  2 teaspooons double-acting baking powder  three quarter teaspoon salt  1% teaspoon grated orange peel  three quarter cup flaked coconut  One third cup orange juice  Heat oven to 350. Grease a medium-  sized oblong baking pan; set aside.  In a large mixing bowl with electric  mixer at medium speed, cream shortening  and sugar ��� add carrots and egg and mix  until well blended. In a separate bowl  combine flour, baking powder and salt.  Gradually add to creamed mixture. Add  orange peel, coconut and orange juice;  mix well.  .'  Spread eyenly into the prepared pan.  Bake about 20-25 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in centre comes out clean.  Cool completely. Spread with the glaze.  Glaze  3 tablespoons orange juice ��� % cup  confectioners (icing) sugar. Mix together  in a small bowl until smooth. Lightly glaze  top of cookies. When cold cut into bars.  The children take to cookies like Jets  take to the air. These are good for school  lunches and after school snacks, although  sometimes it's like trying to hold .onto an  echo that's gone before you're sure It was  there. '  Gingersnaps  (It makes a big batch ���*- about 12  dozen.)  Melt Vi cup shortening In 1 cup hot  molasses, Do nofc let it boll, Sift 2 cups flour  with 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1 teaspoon  salt, 1 teaspoon baking powder and 1%  teaspoons ginger. Add the molasses and  shortening to the dry ingredients. Mix  well. Chill the dough for several hours or  overnight. Roll out very thin (a small  amount of dough at a time) on a lightly  floured board. Cut with a cookie cutter and  bake at 350, about 0 minutes.    \  Fills up the cookie jar fast.  GIBSONS HARBOUR  HOURS'MON^FRI, 8 AM.0PAA  SAT-SUN, 8 AM-5 PM  DINNER SERVED  5 P^.-7 P.M.  Try our HomemadeT  Shepherd's Pie,  Welsh Rarebit or  Roast peef  SOME? H"^p]ppm^ iACH DAY"  FULL FACILITIES  Drop off your Peninsula Time*  classified here  BRIWE?  INTRODUCTORY BRIDGE LESSONS  �� > TUESDAY, 7.30 f��M ;        ���  "Here are a few opportunities to consider:  SCIENCE TUTOR  A bright and highly motivated student  has progressed far beyond bis classmates^  especially in chemistry. A volunteer with a  science background could help this student  fill in some of the gaps and help him to  further pursue this great interest. You  would not only be sharing your knowledge  but also you would be sharing yourself  with a teenager ��� can you help?  DRIVER WITH A VAN    1 a volunteer who owns a  van and who lives in the Sechelt area to  occasionally transport a child in a  wheelchair. There seem to be many vans  driving in Sechelt ��� won't jme or two jrf -  you offer your services? Your mileage  would be covered by the Resource Society.  TUTORS  School starts again next week for the  final thrust of the year. Only one quarter of  the students needing special help are  currently getting this one-to-one attention  which they need in special programs. You  could work with any aged ehild you desire  under the guidance of a trained teacher.  Volunteers are needed throughout the  coast. A two-hour a week committment  would make a big difference to some child.  VISITORS - SPECIAL FRIEND  Several men would so enjoy the companionship of another gentleman.- One-  man loves to garden and would love share  nvhich you can't fill yourself or need some  help with some work, such as outside  work, and for which you are unable to hire  someone ��� please call the Volunteer  Branch. Look around your neighborhood  and let us know where someone could use"  some help. The Volunteer Bureau will  certainly try to fill the need. Call 885-3821.  Sechelt Garden Club  I^SPRING  FLOWER  SHOW  and  PUNT SALE  Sat., March 31  1:30 pm-4:30 pm  Senior Citizens Hall?  Sechelt  Admission & Tea 75c  Door Prizes  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  to leave The Peninsula  ~  -      for Memorial Funeral Services  Why deal with strangers when the Peninsula friends are always  available to give immediate service 24 hours a day  _\  Scrutiny tte SutukUtte &ui4t  Seaview Rd., Gibsons  DAN DEVLIN, Director  886-9551  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULf  REGIONAL BOARD  *i! *J$1__!_Lw|-ltsUlr.��l-QK_tO-l-0-U����d_o��-.  built-in -tructural part of a masonry fireplace,  ���The only fireplace lhat replace* tho oxygon  uied by the fire, on a continual b'aili. '  *Po��ltlve air control ~- greater fuel efficiency,  ���Smoke-hot- heat goe* op the chimney, two  damper..  ."NO   draft!  -B��r>tie .air  pretture, created  throughout home.  "Old faihloned conventional fireplace* function only became of the Imperfection! In our  home*. Strictly (peaking, they ��hould not work.  There I* no physical principle behind thtlr  *iJ*liB��JI<t*%j<*tK^(��^!��iffVlfil5i��-f*  �� AUOAVAiLAftlBNORTHIRNWRBPlACfilNftRTS  Ad|u*toble, |utt tilde It Into'your exiting fireplace. U��o our unit, lave hundred* of  dollar*, and ttlll en|oy an open fire. Our,1 fan can be Imtolled to further Increate  ���efficiency/' on BOTH unlt/i, If required."'';':* ������������ ���    '������  > ���1_  r  The Garden Corner  More rhubarb and boron IdcRT  '    By Guy Symonds  In the last Corner, we were talking  -about the pleasure of having fres-. rhubarb-  in the garden and described some of the  things that should be \ done to get it  growing. We also said there would be a  little more to come.  The humble hoe never did enjoy much  popularity but there are still some of us  -around-who-value-it-as- one of-the -most-  useful of a gardener's tools. It will be  needed in the rhubarb patch during the  growing season too but care must be taken  not to injure the crowns. A little  carelessness will cost some of the young  buds which are very easily knocked off or ���  the winter luxuries of imported  -P-neapp-efimangoes and -suchu-exoitic  items, will, be delighted with the unmatched invigorating tang of the first  fruits of the new year. Incidentally, if you  have a lot more than you can eat, it makes  the most delicious white wine, easily and  cheaply. Now to other matters.  Some years ago, when the Fraser  Jnjured,_  Harvesting is another job that calls for  care. Newly planted roots should be left  strictly alone the first year ��� they need all  the help they can get to establish their own  ���root-system- for-future-growth.-On- the  same principle, the harvesting must not be  too_drastic.-Leave some_stalk_^andJeaf  formation to help build for "next "year. ~  , Fertilizing on the annual basis could  take the form of a little general feeding  like 6-8-6 early in the spring. With care,  your rhubarb planting should last ten  ~yeWsTYouf1adea~appetite;; surfeited with  Valley papers were prvileged to carry the-  work of this literary genius, to an  awestruck public, the editor of one of those  papers, had, like his writer, an interest in  growing things. Don Anson is now retired  and writes a garden column for several  carte blanche to tlie use of any of his  , material that could or should be used. So  , this will recount how, in a recent article,  Don Anson was discussing a problem that  faced this gardener and which apparently  ~has puzzledsome authorities.���;   A small percentage of the potatoes  department of agriculture did not have the /*  -answer. ' r       f[  Then the cauliflower heads developed'*  ..vplting b-owi-i^-pi-ihish-tinger-  Now according to Dot Anson, who has ^  , come across many sinij_iir complaints, ^/!7  trouble inay be lack of borofl.This is one oft  those trace elements,' insignificant in  amount but absolutely vital to healthy 7;  ^lantdevelopmeiitltsrdeficlehpy^majrb^-  a soil characteristic and-or excessive use  of lime.-And here this -gardener-has a-  .guilty ^feeling.  Boron is found in borax���to be bought  quite cheaply in grocery stores, but its use  in the garden calls for much care.  Reference books consulted won't make  any statement except to go talk to a  specialist. But one recommendation���a-  verbal one���speaks of one teaspooonful to ,  a square yard and don't think that if oneis  good two are better���you could be in real  trouble. It's, applied by mixing with sand  and broadcast.  So if this problem faces you, consider  PageCMJ  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 28,1979  XJWlfllQftl  xjmaim  Y\m(\  FOR  TIMES  CALL       (  7;��6-OGO  ,4he bor^situMi^  borax consult with someone who really ,  knows. Boron deficiency, will show up too'l?  in beets, rutabaga and celery among  others.  4_L_-?S -__:-_n emphasized many times :  "before, this Mlu_-_rri_nr<ft"bffer��a"by a  professional gardener or scientist, but it  which appeared perfectly normal on the    ^n ^m attention to problems and r  surface were found to-have not only a   possibly indicate where an answer can be'\  "hollow heart" but also seemed to be   found,  afflicted with something that resemble        /"   _  blight. But the vines were apparently,  healthy and there was not characteristic  ).igtitl��-f��fll.T_i-.:rott^^  Thurs, Mar. 29  - 8 pm  Frl, Mar. 30  ��� 8 pm   ,  Sat, Mar. 31  - 8 pm  Sat, Matinee  - 2 pm  WALT DISNEY productions'  HOT LEAD C  COLDI=��aT  ^l^gn-rtimwr  ft time*  *ub|ect lo  change.  Phonal  886-2827  for  EwxutweProdocefJACOBBRACKMAN fVoducedbyBERIondHAROLDSCHNEIDER  -WirlenqndDinxtedbyTERREr^CEMALICK ARrjramountPicture  InKlMM ��IU<iltiyb>iTi.i(kSli-ifi.  T  Lf_  Sun, April 1 - 8 pm  Mon, April 2 �� 8 pm.  ^-_=__-_-Tues=Aprll^3>^8~pm^  confirmation.  THEATRE WILL BE CLOSED MARCH 28  COMING NEXT  PARADiSE ALLEY  Prepaid lawyer  plan unveiled  Gold Seal  Lawyers in British Columbia have  taken the first setp leading toward prepaid  legal services, for the people of the  province.  The provincial council of the B.C.  Branch, Canadian Bar Association,  discussed the report of a special committee on prepaid legal services March 17  and adopted a proposal to join with the  Law Society of-B.G.- in monitoring any  plans that would be established..  Prepaid legal plans have operated in  the United States for several years. Large  companies have been offering the plans as  part of a personnel benefits package.  Under such plans, employees are entitled to seek legal advice and be reimbursed up to a predetermined amount of  the lawyer's fee.  Bruce J. Partridge, chairman of the  B.C. Branch's special committee, said  prepaid legal services plans will help  distribute the legal costs among members  of the plans.  "These plans are primarily designed  for persons for whom legal expenses could  be a financial burden, yet whose incomes  are above the levels which entitle them to  legal aid or other similar forms of  assistance," Partridge said.  Partridge and his committee were of  the opinion that the existence of prepaid  legal plans would encourage plan members to seek legal advice at an early stage  of a problem rather than waiting until the  problem becomes difficult to resolve.  Prepaid legal plans which provide  reimbursement of legal fees would also  encourage members to seek legal advice  in a situation in which they might other  wise fail to do so because they think it  might cost too much.  Partridge said the committee believes  middle-income Canadians need help ih the  matter of preventative law.  The committee, in its report, rejected  suggestions that the Bar Association  function as an underwriter of one or more  prepaid plans, or even act as administrator of a plan. The committee felt  these functions were beyond the scope of  the Association.  Instead, it recommended the Bar and  the Law Society monitor plans which  might be offered by such groups as credit  unions, trade unions, professional  associations, or insurance companies.  Monitoring would apply to ensure that  such features as the traditional solicitor-  client relationship would be preserved  under the plans.  The committee drafted a model plan  which, if finally approved, would carry the  Association's blessing as a Bar-approved  plan. It will be discussed at the  Association's annual conference in June.  The plan would not make any change in  the relationship between a lawyer and his  client, but it would offer the lawyer in-  "creased assurance that his client would be  able to pay the legal bill, Partridge said.  Sechelt Pennants; Sechelt and B.C.  Spoons; and Key Chains: All available at:  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  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