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 7  ".���-  *  v~  Serving the Sunshine (Joast   (Howe' Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Melton   Hopkins landing~Granthorns Landing, Gi' sops, Roberts Crerik,  Wilson Creek  Selma Park   Sechelt   Halfmobn Bay   Secret,Cove  Pender Hrb   Madeira Park   Garden Bay   Irvines Landing   Earls Cove   Egmont-   .ff    QB5-3231 22 PaKeS "���" ^Oc Copy  .LARGEST READERSHIP OF ANY PAPER ON THE SUNSHINE COAST.  Vblffine 17��� NorlT  ^*T^rWedne<Mlayri_5rcr7;lir79  DANCE   ADJUDICATOR   Jamie   Covent Garden and Belgium under  gqudaktejjM?^^  Vancouver, has studied in Ttondon     ~   '���    7   ~" ������  MUSIC   ADJUDICATOR   Donna ___pppwg��^^*^-*^i��iiMiif��f" BAND ADJUDICATOR Fred Turner  Marie Fishwick has had music SPEECH, DRAMA ADJUDICATOR in concert band work for 50 years,  Summer School in Vancouver for 10 Gwyrieth Harvey is teacher certified past master Royal Westminster  -y-finf-find in Bnyni Pnllpgp, T _���__�����-, rry ^Trinity College. London. Roval Regiment Band, New West Concert  scholar and Royal Adademy solo Conservatory, Toronto, and has 30 Band to several CNE, Toronto,  performer. years acting, teaching, directing. championships.  Or to court  DANCE ADJUDICATOR Gisa Cole of  Jf-isiFDanSe theatre hasltudiedlir  Toronto and -in New York -ittider  Martha Graham and Merce Cun-  ningham.  Lee wants'apology'  Music festival ever  from SCRD board  Well over 1,000 people comprising some  516 entries begin performances Thursday  at the Twilight Theatre in the sixth annual and'biggest yet Sunshine Coast  Music, Drama and Dance Festival.  Events in dance, speech arts, drama,  band, piano and vocal will conclude with  an honors performance Saturday, March  17-at the-Elphinstone Auditorium.  The dance competition ��� 230 single,  double, trio and group entries from the  Sunshine Coast and lower mainland areas  ��� has double the participation this year  and runs at the theatre Thursday and  Friday beginning at 10:30 a.m. the first  day and 8 a.m. the next day. Admission is  a nominal 25 cents per session with 50 cent  programs available. -    -  Festival secretary Florence Prescesky  said the dancing this, year is put on by  many local groups including yoga, aerobic  anditoe Robbi Petera-Sunshine-Dancers.  Five highly qualified adjudicators will  judge the following: dancing; the speech  arts and drama Monday at Elphinstone  band room at 9:15 a.m. and in the  auditorium at 1:15 and 7 p.m.; the band  section in the auditorium Tuesday at 12:30  and 7 pjn. which will feature outstanding  alto sax performer Riccho Talento,714,  Pact signed  to double  B.C. salmon  B.C. Environment Minister K. Rafe  Mair "and" federal "Fisheries���Minister  Romeo LeBlanc March 1 formally signed  the joint federal-provincial Salmonid  Enhancement Program agreement in  Vancouver.  The SEP, which has been in  preliminary operating stages for two  years, is intended to double British  Columbia salmon stock,;and comparably  enhance the number of sea-run trout such   ^ho has gone from previous festivals|to  as steelhead and coastal <?uttftroai7 to^. ^nors in p^tocial ,c_toRcttitiott^v^Mif^t,  levels comparable to prt^ag) dajfs. ^\. prescesky said, this young performer is  r5Dk   ^o��t_thlf_g:t(Thear.M); ptanoi.ana'ybeal  The festival is financially assisted by .' Piano and vocal has 150 entries, and  the provincial government through the . speech arts has 88, up from 50 last year,  Cultural Fund and associated with���'? with 28 contest entries in the band and solo  provincial and Canadian festivals. l) instruments category. (More inside).  Dial before dime with new phones  A lot of people are probably going to;  crews beginning March 12.  lose a dime in the pay phone before they       Bob Ostler, ��.C. TePs customer service  learn that B.C. Tel is putting in the type   manager, said#ie new sets will be more  that you dial first and deposit coin when  the party answers.  The best way to not lose your money is'  to start looking on pay phones next week to  see if they have been converted to the new  type of dialing.  Conversion of coin telephones on the  Sunshine Coast to the new single slot type  is being carried out by B.C. Telephone,  reliable because they will better withstand  heavy usage artd .vandalism attempts..  "On local calls, coins are not deposited  until the party answers ��� once the dime is  inserted the circuit .^established," Osier  expkined. Previously, a, dime had to be  deposited before dialing^!1  - Instructions- will -beT-posted���on_the-  phones giving details of new method.  * Area C director Charles Lee was to  meet with members of the SCRD board  Monday to discuss legal action he is  prepared to take against them for his  being "publicly pilloried" and having a  "slur made publicly" against' his  reputation.  Lee's action was precipitated when he-  was removed by a vote of confidence from  the chairmanship of the board's finance  committee Feb. 8 in what he says was a  "punative measure" and not because of  his abilities.  He said in a telephone conversation  Saturday that if he did not get, an apology  from the board at the Monday meeting he  would go ahead with legal action.  He said there were three alternatives���  supreme court, a provincial government  inquiry under the Municipal Affairs  ministry, or to sue board members in-  dividually.      ^ _[   He saicThe has suj;geste_rth^bbafd~  consult legal counsel but "not at the  board's expense."  "I want a statement from them  regarding the slur that has been made  publicly against my reputation, if they are  men enough to do it and admit they are  wrong. They are wrong at law. But they  have got to say so publicly or they are  looking at two or three years before the  courts:".  Lee said he'had the best legal mind in  Vancouver, Judge Angelo Branca, to  handle the matter and that he was told not  to get into a discussion but they are "ready  to go tomorrow."  Director Lee indicated he is talking  about something of vital interest to the  public and-that the conflict between  himself and Area B director and board  chairman Ed Nicholson is "just a  smokescreen."   He said when he ran for office he made  . " ���Seepage A-3  Hydro wants line across Agamemnon mouth  Over seven ye^rs^  r, f  se  program, the federal^ernraent will,be  contributing $150 million and the British  Columbia government $7.5 rijilllon.' Part of  these funds wall go towards the construction of major facilities such as fish  hatcheries and spawning channels, while  -the balance will be usedf or clearing smalL.  spawning streams, monitoring and improving water quality, and a variety of  other measures designed to improve  conditions for fish spawning.      ���  The programhas been designed in such  a way that future revenue from sports and  commercial fishing, through licences,  taxes, et cetera, will eventually pay back  most of the original Investment of taxpayers' money.  Although there is some overlapping of  duties, it is generally agreed that Federal  Fisheries will' concern itself with  enhancing the populations of the five main  salmon species ��� sockeye, coho, pink,  chum, and Chinook, while the provincial  government's activities will be directed at  the enhancement of sea-run trout species.  The formal signing of the agreement  took place at 6 p.m. in the social suite east  of the Hotel Vancouver.  Puchalski new  school trustee  ult  which next Thursday will feat  vocal and choir in the evening  The fender Harbour choir and the  Sunshine Choristers will be singing for  honors again and up to eight adult soloists  are to be heard���:    B.C. Hydro's latest preferred route for   route,that crosses Jervis Inlet and goes to  the   500-kilovolt   Cheekye-Dunsmuir : Myrtle i^oint before submarine cable  transmission " line  across the  Sechelt * takes it to Texada Island is estimated to  %-peninsula includes a section that crosses ;>cost  $30  million more  and   increase  >he mouth of Agamemnon, Channel^^erhe^J^ij^.line by ^Isw,^  _ _______ _.__s_v_._- __>_._.__.-    - ��fn view of all of the *  overhead, then crosses land toCape Cbcfe-  burn after sweeping overland just above  Garden JBay and Iryines Landing and  south of SakinawLake.  In additional notes to the recently  released special report on the Sechelt  Peninsula, Hydro says a more northerly  kv and the consequent avalanche and icing  hazards of the line, along with environmental and .social-impacts at  Westview and Texada Island connected  , given. ,as  more to construct than the lowest cost  route, it is considered to be the preferred  alternative."  tensive, prolonged and costly in-depth  studies of environmental and social impacts associated with northern routes is  academic and unwarranted," the report  states.  The size of conductors necessary for 500  ��.^ ,,:���,��-��.w,.-.. ..withjrthe.-npi^erly^routft are;,g  foregoing, in-.-*makihg"this route impracticable.  From the report....  Hydro's policy on   VrS%&V)3fr2/   Herbicide use  Bruce Puchalski, a log grader from  Roberts Creek, picked up 74.5 per cent of  tho vote last Saturday to tnko the vacant  position on tho School District No. 40  Iward.  Of 353 votes, 203 were cast for  Puchnlskl. Hla opponents Peter Bandi and  Brian Stelck each had 45 votes.  Of 5,070 voters on the mainland of Area  B, 302 persons voted; a six per cent turnout. Bowen Island voters cast 51 votes.  A breakdown of votes follows:  Puchalski: Langdale, 17; Elphinstone, 27;  Jtal&!$ftJ%ttkJti$i PJUdtU9��&J_JN0<L  use of herbicides  For the 500 kV right-of-way in the  Sechelt area, it is intended to develop-  utilize methods which will minimize the  need for subsequent chemical control. For  example, when the topography will permit  complete clearing and grubbing by  bulldozer, these areas will be seeded and  be made available for grazing purposes or  otherwise maintained by mechanized  mowing. In other areas, hand clearing will  be used so that the existing ground cover is  not disturbed and which will serve to  inhibit the generation of fast growing weed  trees such as alders and maples which  generally comprise the major vegetation  problem on transmission line rights-of-  way in coastal areas.  Depending on the voltage level of the  transmission circuit, it is necessary to  provide certain minimum clearances  between the emergized conductor and the  ground. These clearances are established  to provide for safe access for a variety of  uses and also to provide sufficient air gap  (Insulation) to prevent an electrical  discharge (flashover) to ground. In this  context, "ground" is used In the electrical  'sense.'"" '"7"'" ""'"'" "v "  Flashover to ground can occur from the  energized lino to the top of trees as under  some circumstances trees can be  relatively good conductors of electricity.  Therefore, tho growth of vegetation undor  these lines must be controlled to prevent  interference with the reliability of tho  transmission system, Accordingly)  following initial clearing, Hydro must  maintain these rights-of-way and  manipulate-now growth by mechanical  means, by hand cutting, or by tho ubo of  chemical herbicides.  However, when the use of herbicides is  considered for vegetation control pur*  poscs, It Is Hydro's policy that herbicides  will not bo used in areas close to centres of  habitation or close to water sources used  for human consumption, It should be noted  that tho use of herbicides does not moan  that herbicides are applied on a continuing  bosLs. In normal clrcunwtancea tlw ap-  its use of herbicides Hydro, like anyone  else, is governed by federal and  provincial legislation, enacted to protect  people, wildlife and the environment In  general. Before any specific herbicide  program is undertaken on public land,  Hydro must first make application to the  Administrator of the Pesticide; Control Act  for a permit, 7  The Pesticide Control Committee  chaired by the Administrator is comprised  of representatives from the provincial  ministries of Agriculture, Environment,  Forests, Health and Environment Canada  from the federal government, all of whom  provide opinions <and advice to the Administrator to allow him to reach a  decision on the permit application. Any  decision or action of the Administrator  may be appealed to another body ��� the  Pesticide Control Appeal Board. Furthermore, if the permit to use herbicides is  given to Hydro, all application must be  done In the prescence of a government  certified applicator. These herbicides are  applied generally at ground level from  trucks or on foot and.by qualified personnel.  in Pender area  "The recent problem of herbicide use in  Pender Harbour area watersheds and why  an application for spraying in a domestic  watershed area was made."  An application for spraying herbicide  from a hellcotper was made to the  Pesticide Control Board for the right-of-  way of two 130 kV circuits to Powell River.  In the normal course, B.C. Hydro relied on  the Pesticide Control Board to identify and  delete from the, application any areas  which they consider incorporate sources of  domestic water supply. Spraying by.  helicopter was net approved and another  application was made to apply the herbicide in a dry (pellett) form by hand. This  was approved by the Administrator of the  Pesticide Control Act but this ruling was  appealed by the Sunshine Coast Regional  District Board. The appeal was not  allowed and the permit to hand apply the  dry herbicide was sustained.  "Questions of national defence" has  ruled out a route that would go south after  the Sechelt Inlet crossing to Sargeant Bay  or Reception Point because underwater  cable from Sargeant to Lanzville on the  Island would cross Armed Forces firing  practice area,  grounds, and equipment testing area.  Reception Point to Dunsmuir on the Island  is < ruled out because it's too long and cable  splices in deep water makes the cable  unreliable.  An alternate crossing'of Agamemnon  Channel at a more northerly location  would involve a Saklnaw Lake crossing  and would cost less but costs would be  offset because there are existing access  roads over a greater length. This route  would also have higher maintenance costs  than the one that crosses Agamemnon  mouth.  ���    Hydro's original report concludes that  "becasue route AFC (Agamemnon mouth  crossing) offers the minimum potential  social and environmental impacts,  reduces the number qf aerial water  crossings and would cost only slightly  meeting  A public meeting, under the auspices of  the Sunshine coast Regional District, will  be held in the Madeira.Park Community  Hall, on Saturday, March 3lst, 1979 from  10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. The purpose of  the meeting is to provide a forum wherein  ammunitlon-^ijnplng���^e-eoneerrB^HheTesidentsand^roperty-  owners may be expressed regarding the  alternate routes being considered through  the Sechelt Peninsula.  Senior representatives of the B.C.  Hydro and Power Authority will be in  attendance to answer questions related to  this proposed transmission line project.  A special report outlining the alternate  corridors under consideration has been  released by B.C. Hydro. Additional information has also been provided, which  details reasons why other routes, Initially,  considered, were rejected.  For copies of these reports or more  information, please contact the offices of  the Sunshine Coast Regional District, 1248  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. Office hours are  from Monday to Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to  4:00 p.m. and Thursday and Friday, 8:30  a.m. to 5:45 p.m.  Future supply of electricity to Peninsula  The proposed Malaspina Substation,  associated with the Cheekye-Dunsmuir  Project, will share about 80 por cent of the  residential, commercial and industrial  load In the Chcekye-Sechelt-Poweil River;  areas, the remainder being handled by  Cheekye Substation. The total load In the  area is expected to be approximately 300  MVA by 1980, Increasing to 500 MVA by  20QQ and 700 MVA by, 2Qlp.��� In J983, the,  forecast load In tho area will be approximately 225 MVA, while the existing  facilities aro capable of providing a flrrh  capacity of only 200 MVA.  Installation of the Malaspina Substation will eliminate, for a considerable  time in the future, tho need for a second  230 kV transmission line from Cheekye to  the Sechelt area. It will provide a much  higher capacity source nearer the load  centre, which will Improve the voltage  conditions and permit serving the load in  to directions from, Malaspina. It will  prolong the usefulness of tho existing  transmission lines and substations at 138  kV betwetfh Chcckyo and Malaspina.  CAPE  C0CKBURH  MAIASP1MA  SUBSTATION  CHEEKYE - DUNSMUIR .600 k.V PROJECT  PREFERRED ROUTE - AFC  SECHEUT  PENINSULA  ���iV-WV*  Bowen Island, 40. Bandi: Ungdaje, O;   plication of herbicides Would only occur at  ��_*:���._____ ���������-__���-�����_____.*���"���__.���,���.._���*. :-..������. InlfoVval^  years,  Furthermore, in the event that Hydro  wished to use herblcldos, It cannot do so  without flrrt obtaining a formal permit, Jn  Elphinstone, six; Roberts  Davis Boy, 20 and Bowen Island, one.  Stelck: Langdale, six; Elphinstone two;  Roberts Creek, 13; Davis Bay, 22 and  Bowon Island, two,          l?!��Ali^^iii'  (������jW  ���N WViwi  . ,*,***.!..itflHP*!*&***'\Z\ ��-  ,  *w<liy(  ���ft'  I, ft w,,'  H^rfp**"**** Wi<     )  \ - *9  PageA-2  The Peninsula Times  \Vetitaesday\��Jjwr^i7-]Wg9  Robert (Bob) Andrew  EDITORIALS  _      ___ free pecss k-tkc wsk&pia&guMfo*-*JL  t\,tiy other right that tret Men pnas  ������ Winston Churchill  The nuclear deep-fried  chicken hall blues  Though we have been wont to treat  matters lightly in this space on 06-.  casion, the only thing tongue-in-cheek  about it this week was to keep from  swallowing-the -deep-fried chicken"  "ball^at-the-Golden-Dragon-^when  cursorily exploring B.C. Hydro's  "cost comparison of alternative  generation expansion plans to serve  Vancouver Island with ,gas ?upply_  available."  That may be two mouthfuls but  there it was on the chart in black and  -whiter = '���- _���  What they are saying in chart and  words is that, compared with Plan A  500 kv Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmission line, the cost would be less  for another plan, Plan B, only if they  went to a 230 kv line and ��� here it is  for all to see ��� nuclear power in 1996.  A higher cost plan, Plan C, has 230  kv and coal in 1996.  Higher still is 600 megawatts  produced by East Kobtenay coal and  ��� once again ��� nuclear in 1993.  Above that is Plan E, 600 mw from  Comox coal and nuclear in 1993. ~ '  Highest shown is Plan F, 1200-mw  from coal.  Hydro says the chart shows that  'with a reduced electric load forecast  resulting from a gas supply, the most  economic plan for future power  supply to Vancouver Island would be  the 230 kv Cheekye-Dunsmuir transmission project with a nuclear power  development starting in 1996."  They  ask   if   "this   change  in  economic ranking" will change plans'  for the 500 kv C-D line they now have,  in mind.  And they answer, after an ex-  ~planation7thatihe-230kv alternative,  -with a gas supply-available,-would-be  an "economic risk" if nuclear power  didn't materialize. So they say that  plans benefits are ''marginal and  uncertain.^  :  TReysay a decisidnhasto Be made  on the ,500 kv C-D line before they can  determine "uncertainties of the gas  supply" or "acceptability of nuclear  power"  They say it is "prudent therefore"  to go ahead with 500 kv C-D line,  which is looks like they want to put  not only apross the Sechelt Peninsula  but across the mouth of Agamemnon  Channel.  Is that the only notice we have ��� a  smaller line and a nuclear plant or  high cost coal and nuclear even then?  It soulds like they are using  nuclear. scare, tactics and coal  alternatives to con us into the 500 kv  C-D, drop it in almost wherever they  please, then go ahead and give us  nuclear anyway.  No bloody way, Jose. They netted  $15 million in the third quarter of last  year and grossed $636 million ih nine  months.  They should come up with  something better. Or else spend a few  bucks and go out and buy some  windmills, so we^ like Quixote, would  have something to tilt at.  A fine line  Lots and lots of money  -$%'= -t  *j  by Bruce Robinson  Wealth. Riches. Affluence. Lots and is now in a position to watch one of  lots of money. It's what many of us spend numerous glorious spectacles. So if you  the majority of our lives seeking. Well, only possess one television, get with it,  what I would like to suggest is that "because any day now some actor on  ..perhaps this zealo__i---Uiest--^>f-our8-4s���television is going to approach something  somewhat misguided. remotely like acting;  Obviously we need to barter some of       So far we have bought a Cadillac and a  Dealing with  Hydro  Editor, The Times:  I think you came down a bit hard on  Area A Director Joe Harrison for letting  the public inon B.C. Hydro's-alarming  new  powerline  plans in last  week's  elitofiair  According to Regional Board Oiairman  Ed Nicholson^ thisinformation-wassup- -  posed=to=be^ept-secret-betweendlreetors-  of the Board and B.C. Hydro. Nicholson  claims he gave Hydro his word that this  would be done. My question is, what  business lias Director Nicholson to  collaborate with Hydro in keeping such  vital information from reaching the public  by the shortest possible route?  I was a participant in the meeting  where the allegedly "confidential" report  was released by B.C. Hydro, and if it was  unclear to Director Harrison whether or  not it was confidential I cannot fault him  because it was certainly unclear to me. I,  was aware ~6f~iT"irerfliiir"reluctaT_ce on  Hydro!s-part-wheiLit-cam&tc_handing-the_  that paper stuff in order to receive  whatever it is that sustains us, that  sustenances being mainly comprised of  the same necessities which our Neanerthal  ancestors required: food, shelter, and  clothing. We, successive generations have  tended to complicate the situation  somewhat, sneaking certain luxuries onto  the necessity list and convincing each  other that the goods which were sufficient  in the past just don't satisfy our new needs.  Just what are these apparent needs? What  is it we would all buy If we were left a  bonanza by some distant relative?  A Lincoln Continental, perhaps?  Transportation Is one former luxury  which, in the 20th century has become an  inherent part of not only every household,  but of every member "in that household.  Teenagers no longer ask for Beetle  records for Christmas. They demand  Toyotas. Cars have taken over from  briefcases as the appropriate graduation  gift. Admittedly, owning a car ls handy  and sometimes essential but after picking  up hitchhikers who want a ride 500 yards  clown the road, you have to wonder If we  haven't exaggerated our need somewhat.  Nevertheless, when we do purchase a car,  we choose Cadillacs Instead of compacts,  pumping out the earth to feed our babies.  What other desperate needs have we?  How about the revered colored television  set? God forbid I chastize such an Institution. Back In the days of black and  white television, which surfaced sometime  after The Battle of the Alamo, television  was a special kind of commodity. There  was one a block and you only watched It  when there was something worth watching. Though who am I to say that  "Godzilla Fights Jesse James' Daughter"  Is not scintillating and Informative entertainment. Mind you, everybody can be  their own censor now. Brothers no longer  have to boat sisters' brains In to win the  rights to "Monday Night Football". With a  colored television In every room a family  colored television. Let's see... what other  necessities are lacking. There's always  the ever-changing or at least the forever  recycles world of fashion. Now we can  finally keep up. Just think. Gucci shoes for  the men and Dior dresses for the women.  Silks and furs.  Since we have taken care of our im-,  mediate heeds, perhaps a vacation might  be nice. Of course we can't take the  Cadillac or the colored television to  Hawaii, and Gucci and Dior just couldn't  cut it on the beach, but that's easy. We'll  just buy another wardrobe.  The point I am attempting to make is:  Money may be necessary, but vast  amounts of It tend to warp our perspective.  Recently, a book which followed the lives of  some lottery winners was published, and  this account indicated that many of the  new rich got a bit carried away. They  accumulated hordes of goods, spent  mindlessly, and changed their lifestyles so  dramatically that they had difficulty  dealing with their new situations.  Marriages faltered, old friends were  viewed suspiciously, and new friends  materialized out of the woodwork. More  significantly, the winners often grew tired  with globtrotting and frivolous purchases  and even attempted to return to old jobs  and old ways.  Why? It seems to me that what money  cannot do ls provide a sense of worth. Self-  worth, that Is. The amount of money a  person has does not say vory much about  who that person is. Every individual has  opinions, feelings, and interests, and these  are what provide us with insights into the  nature of a person. There are various  means throught which people can express  what ls important to them. The jobs they  perform, tho friends they make, and the  avocations or hobbies which they pursue,  all present a picture of them as people.  And it is important to most of us to be  known for who wo are.  If there Is a real advantage to being  self-sufficient financially, It Is simply that  it may allow us to undertake something of  Wt~Jnn.m.y^weguns to Chinese?  It was chilling last week to hear Jimmy  Carter's words that "A strong China will  be a healthy China". I took this to mean  that the vast backlog of American arms  intended for Iran will now be happily sold  to China. It is unthinkable that the  American manufactureres should be out a  buck. It is hilarious to note that now, as  allies of the Chinese, the Yanks will have  to do an aboutf ace and march South should  the return to Vietman, only as advisors  and purveyors of equipment of course.  Picture the confusion in the average  Vietnamese mind (If there is one left in  that beleaguered country).  Still With the international scene, when  sweet religious old Iatoll snapped back to  Iran it didn't take his pals 15 minutes to get  into operation selling millions of poster of  his dear old kisser and booklets of his  kindly thoughts were being hawked  everywhere ��� between bullets. His kindly  thoughts include cutting the hands off his  enemies, a return to the stoning women for  adultry and public flogging for the consumption of liquor. Enforcement of such  implacable law would be difficult on the  peninsula as the stonee and the stoner  would have to take turns. There is no  playing field large enough to accommodate the flogees and there would be  only about four adult floggers.  ' Also to be considered is the fact that  very few of us would have any hands at all  With which to accomplish all this stoning,  cutting and public flogging. There is  nothing like extreme religion to bring a  little warmth to the heart.  Low jinks in high places: How much of  the Winnipeg broadcasting and publishers'  scandal will hit the papers? Will Jack  Webster go after them the way he so  relentlessly pursued the judges?  On a lighter note: Are there many  smiling buck-toothed dogs around? If you  want to see one, drop into the Seaview  Market at the three Corners in beautiful  downtown Roberts Creek. There you will  meet "Splkey" the vicious though tiny,  watchdog. His bit is much worse than his  batk.  Puppies are my weakness and I can't  seem to make George and Marlene understand that Splkey needs an orthodontist, braces and a probably 2,000  claims worth of dental work. In any case,  A Vancouver guide  By Robert Kirsch  Ti      j-% c-t, it may auow us to unaeruiKO somoming or  HE STENINSULA /44ne6>   value which we could not find in former  ' jobs. I'd be the first to admit that given a  Published Wednesdays ill .Sechelt  on B.C.'s .Sunshine Const  by  The Peninsula Times  lor Wcstpres Puhlicntions l.ld.  nt Sechelt. B.C.  ���'~'-Bon&ltto'~��m��ihm%fMAIr*~---  ....,..., ���,..,.���VUNJA(L���....  Phone 885-32.11  01 Ike hours: 8:30 ii.m.  to 5 p.m. Tues.-Snl.  substantial sum of money, I would stop  working, but that's only because 1 would  bo able to write full-time. Writing Is my  own particular passion. If I stopped  writing Pd feel Incomplete. Others are  more fortunate. They derive ample  '*arttolai_4oft'4wiiii"-ih-^''j��bii,w Whether -of- -  not we are content with our jobs, the point  still remains, Money Is not the whole  answer. We still have to do and say  something with our lives. That- Is a  legitimate need.  1060 Is a name as woll as tho address of  an English-stylo pub and restaurant on  West Hastings. The concrete, glass and  steel of tho downtown and business section  sets a stylishly acceptable mood for this  unique dining room. Young executives and  pretty secretaries, surburban shoppers  and middle-aged businessmen aro seen  sipping mugs of cold beer and eating such  tasty morsels as Cornish Pasties or  Gravlax.  The atmosphere ls light and friendly  but not over done. The menu has exciting  new dishes mixed with notations of humor  such as "The Norfolk Duck With Peach  (an cntler half duck per person, the peach  will join you as soon as she finishes In the  kitchen)" and the whole thing is climaxed  by a short story on the adventures of  WUU��mih�������fK}iHN��rMhUf��v��rH*lnn  before Uus Battle, of Hastings In lOflfi.  Hence the name and the theme of the  establishment, The owners have pulled off  this combination of antique decor and  cuisine so well you begin to feel the pub  has been there for centuries, not Just a few  months.  Rabbit pie, veal kidney and roost  partridge, along with many more refreshing main dishes plus lots of exciting  desserts and starters finally take the  boredom lout of choosing your dinner.  These along with happy and very capable  waitresses and bartenders make 1006 a  new found favorite of mine and I hope of  yours.   ,  But if you need a place to stay, might I  suggest the Chateau on Granville. Rapidly  becoming ono of tho popular places In  Vancouver after only a year or so of  operation, It offers the convenience of  downtown and still keeps that personal  touch fast slipping from large hotels.  Marty Gillian Is entertaining In tho  -,i^>ttcl0t^'l��i_nfl^1l_��'iiiort  menu la priced to pitas* the family  traveller or the one night shopper.  Try tho 1066 with its catching ways and  then spend a night at the Chateau for more  of the same.  it's worth a trip to Roberts Creek just to be  dazzled by Spikey's smile;  I had the privilege of possessing for a  week the most original Tiffany style lamp  I have ever seen. It was created by Victors  Kalveand is to be raff led for the benefit of  the always exciting Driftwood Players. It  is a tumbling cascade of overlapping  multi-hued Haves. The colours are  autumns, varying from russet through the  spectrum to "evening sun through a leaf"  apple green with vestiges of cerulean blue  which become, to the eye, flecks of sky.  The falling leaves form th&r own uneven  petal-like base,4t would be Impossible to  copy or duplicate even by talented Victors  himself.  Too much bragging sickened, near to  death,"^ fellow columnist. He wasn't  talking about political or government tub  thumping but little bragging. He wanted to  knock their frayed ribbons and tarnished  soccer cups all to hell. If the little people  have to brag, well shucks, maybe their  threadbare exhausted egos need a nod of  acceptance of a little attention. After all, If  bragging were forbidden I believe our  regional board members' conversation  would be limited to "hellow" and "good  day". That would never do.  Now . .. Shall I tell you about the big  potato race I won at Camp Wnpomeo for  girls back in tho summer of '40... It was a  tough race through the Otterslides and  there was a boys' camp nearby and,.,  Post Script: It is International  Women's Week... I don't know what that  means for the dudes out there but don't  worry boys, wo love you In spite of the way  you have tried to run tho world. In Roberts  Creek events are planned for the evening  of March 8th at the school.  Gentlemen... try listening to your lady  wives for the week.  Martla Poultice  documents over, but to those of us who are  used to dealing with Hydro this was  nothing new. They sat on Volume II of the  Beak Report for months before we could  pry-it loose.  . ���       I think all those involved in the  powerline protest appreciate the cooperation Director Nicholson has given in  past .but in spite of his good intentions I  think he was creating an unnecessary���  obstacle this time.  Most people will support Harrison's  decision to get the information to his  constituents at the earliest opportunity.  Yours truly,  Howard White  Music Festival  Editor, The Times:  ** As chairman of the Music Festival, I  would like to draw your readers' attention  to several new features of this year's  festival. We are featuring evening  programs of what are bound to be  highlight performances, and well worth  the effort of attending.  On Monday, March 12 (see our ad for  times and places) we present the largest  Speech Arts and Drama section of the  festival to date, culminating with the  evening performances of three high-school  plays. Come and see what excitement  " these young people generate. Following  that, on Tuesday evening at the Band  Festival, bands from Powell River and  Squamish join all our local bands in a  crescendo of sound that along with the wit  of our adjudicator, Mr. Fred Turner, will  leave you talking about this evening for  weeks.  On Wednesday evening we feature the  top pianists .a$rcl vocalists of our area,  along with1 a*��popular feature that is exclusive to our, festival, which shows the  spirit of our community, the "Age 65 or  Over Vocal Solo" category. A fun evening.  On Thursday evening/ something  special. The "Musical Comedy or Light  Opera Vocal" category, choral groups,  and a new item in pur festival this year,  ___ttie_possifeilityjpf:a. Championship Playoff^  in Senior Piano. Suspense with top entertainment on the last evening of the  Festival. I've been talking about the  evenings, but you will find interesting and  thrilling performances all day, every day  at the festival.  But the festival really begins this week  on Thursday and Friday, the 8th and 9th of  March. Dancing, at the Twilight Theatre,  with a flashy evening program of dance,  also at the Twilight.  The Dance Festival has developed into  our largest section, with 230 entries from  Nanaimo, Coquitlam, Burnaby, Vancouver, North Vancouver and the Sunshine  Coast. This section of the festival has  become a boost for local businesses, as  hundreds of performers, parents,  teachers, and adjudicators arrive, many  of them having to stay overnight,  patronizing motels, restaurants, and shops  In a holiday mood.  The success of the Dance Section of the  festivaHs due In part to two public spirited  people'who are not even members of the  committee ��� Mr. and Mrs. Boothroyd,  owners of the Twilight Theatre, who along  with their son, organize and facilitate the  logistics of this complicated program,  with Its costumes, dressing rooms, music,  PA systems, backstage communications,  and split-second timing. Not to mention  they are foregoing the bread and butter  revenue of their theatre while we are using  their facilities. Special thanks from tho  committee and the community.  I also need to thank you and the editors  of the other Sunshine Coast newspapers  for your support of this worthy community  effort,  If some people think that young people  are all going to the dogs these days, all  they have to do is come to the festival to  see that they are not, It can bo a revelation  If you have not attended tho festival  before, Don't forget, all performances ore  open to the public,        xnanjj you apin(  Peter L, Perscesky  Give MiniWAC credit  Editor, The Times:  Premier Bill Bennett's plun to  distribute five shores In the B.C. In��  vestment Resources Corporation to all  B.C. residents Is a lot more honest than ���  that of the government that claims  citizens already own said resources.  As tot any **peoptoe rept-Wle" It can be  said that Um. State control* and administers the resources on behalf of the  people. Rubbish! Ownership which cannot  be sold or given away Is less than  tokenism. The citizens who "owns" a state  J  controlled shoo factory or poultry farm Is  in a pretty poor state if he cannot use his  shares to buy a pair of workbooks or a  chicken for his pot I  It Ls cold comfort when goverrment  tells him that government has decided to  use his dividends to plant a few thousand  ornamental^trecs or buy some new furniture for the legislature.  So let's give credit whore credit Is duo  and thank this man for some wise  leadership. Yours sincerely,  Patricia Young  tr  V  I i 1  Eat better for less  Wednesday, March 7,1979  Hie Peninsula Times  PageA-3  (Your B.CrHeart Foundation presents:the connected wit-Lfo^intake  last^>f-a four-part series on heaMlsease  and stroke to. inform the public of the  progress being made to combat this 20th  century health hazard).  For the last ten years Canadians have  been fighting inflation and' the skyrocketing costs of food. However, there is  a silver lining in the cloud.  In the face of rising costs which make  food a substantial item in the family  budget, Canadians are abandoning many  expensive favourites such as beef and  pork. In place of these products, which are  high in saturated fats and cholesterol, they  Millions of Canadians wlwshow no sign  of having developed coronary heart  disease are undoubtedly increasing their  risk by eating too many choice meats, rich  desserts, butter, cream and whole milk  products. All of these are high in saturated  fats and cholesterol. Substitutes, for these  foods, such as skim milk and its byproducts, fresh fruit, fish and poultry are  low in these substances,' Better still, these  substitutes add variety to your family's)  menu, improve heart health ahd help to  cut the food budget.  One exception to the lower cost-lower  are^ uslng~lowef~prlced foousrSor-in-ad---choT[esterol-sltuationi---howeverr-is egg  dition to relieving the strain on their yolks. Eggs tend to go up and down in price  pocket-books, they are also helping their   withilhe season wd psarket conditions  hearts.  Most people are now aware of the risk  factors which affect our chances of suffering a premature heart attack or .stroke.  Two of the most important risk factors are  overweight and high blood fat, or  cholesterol, levels ��� both intimately  But ��� don't get caught in the price  squeeze by serving more eggs just because  they are less expensive than other foods.  Resist the admonition to "get cracking"!  The whites of eggs are rich in protein and  good for you, but the yolks are the greatest  source of cholesterol. The Canadian Heart  YOU CAN TALK  US OUT OF ANYTHING...  EVEN A NEW  VOLARE WAGON  for only  '6949  00  We'll     do,     anything     for      your  bVsihessT That's  why   you   get   big-  trade-in  allowances  and  fast  easy  credit. We'll even give you a Volare  Wagon for only $6949.00  And it isn't a stripped down version  either. This Volare has full, factory  equipment, radio, power steering,  roof rack, light package, & rnarjy  other options. The only things you pay  xextro far .are .tax-and documentation  rfees.  Manufacturers Suggested retail price  9398  00  Stop by today & see what else you  can talk us out of.  * Already 28 people have entered our  big HAWAIIAN VACATION GIVEAWAY.  Come and ask us for details.  "GIVE US A TRY BEFORE YOU BUY"  &  SUnCDRST LHRM5LER LTD  5111  Foundation and the Department of Health,  _and Welfare "recommend no n_ore~than~  three egg yolks a week, including those  used in baked foods.   .  What does it mean if your regular diet  is typically Canadian ��� loaded with  cholesterol and saturated fats?  Too much of these harmful substances  in the blood can contribute to a disease  called atherosclerosis, or hardening of the  arteries, a condition in which cholesterol  and other fatty materials build up inside  arteries through wifih blood must flow to  the vital body organs. As this build-up  continues to coat the inner walls of the  arteries over- the -years, the - artery  channels narrow. When a blood clot forms  -and-reducesror-completely^blocksr-the~-|  flow of blood, the result can be a heart  attack or stroke.  That's why it's important to follow the  advice of your Heart Foundation, which .  recommends certain moderate changes in  eating habits with a view to reducing your  risk of heart attack and stroke.  1. Reduce egg intake to no more than  ree per "week. ! "  2. Eat more fish, veal, chicken and  turkey and less beef, lamb, pork and ham.  3. Use skim milk, ice milk and chees  made from skim milk, instead of the whole  milk and cream counterparts.  4. Substitute margarine containing  polyunsaturated fats, and polyunsaturated  vegetable oils for butter, lard and other  solid fats.  5. For a nutritionally sound diet, use  more vegetables, fruit, cereals, "and  breads made with a minimum of saturated .  fat. Among these breads are white  enriched bread, whole wheat, French,  Italian, pumpernickel and rye breads and  English muffins.  'An easy and enjoyable way to eat well  . and have a healthy heart is to make the  American Heart Association Cookbook one  of your standard kitchen references. It's  not a diet book, but one that emphasizes  low-fat, low-cholesterol cooking. It contains more than 400 hearty-healthy recipes  for everying from appetizers to desserts  _and even tells you how to adapt your  favourite recipes for healthier eating.  For further information on the way to a  healthier heart, contact your British  Columbia Heart Foundation.  MORE ABOUT . . .  ��� Wants apology  ���From Page A-l - ���  certain statements about how-,he would  perform his public duties and that he had  "no intention of moving from that promise  one iota."  He said it was not an "ego bit" and  suggested the board cannot be allowed to  damage a reputation it has taken 65 years  -__4_b___l__. _____7L7t^  Lee said he had told the board that his  personal honesty and integrity was going  to be upheld.  The director explained that there is a  bylaw of "recent vintage" that the board  should have used to deal with the "conflict  of interest" charges he made against  Nicholson in what he said was a  "privileged document" and that bylaw  would have allowed for a management  meeting on the matter.  He added that if the public apology was  not forthcoming he has been assured by  his lawyer that "they will be rapped down  in a very severe fashion."  The story of Dir. Lee's removal from  the finance chairmanship and his charges  against Dir. Nicholson appeared In the  Times Feb. 14.  Stock up on paper serviettes and guest  towells  before  your  summer  visitors  , arrive. We have a very good selection of  solid colors and florals in at this time. ���.  Miss Bee's, Sechelt.  i___.ii n nr m ___&  ���iili.  Govt Inspected Gr A Beef  Govt Inspected Gr A Beef  Govt Inspected Fletchers Smokehouse Brand  Govt Inspected Smoked Whole or Shank Portion  Quartered Cut Into Chops  PORK LOIN  SuperVali  SuperValu Mild  MARGARINE  1 lb print  Nabob Deluxe  I  off  regular  Sno-Cop  Hash Brown  BAGS  Thorofed All Flavours  2 1b pkg  Regular or Diet  1  184 gm tins  MACARONI &  CHEESE  225 gm pkg  Robin Hood  QUICK  OATS  2.25 kg bag  Delmonto Cut Boons, Green Poos, Croam Corn,  FANCY  VEGETABLES  10 oz tins  ffl*  26 oi bottles  Ellisons  FLOUR  20 lb bag  Swansons Frozen  MEAT  Chicken, Beef, Turkey 8 oz pkg ea  Nabob  INSTANT  PUDDINGS  All Flavours 3. 37 oi  Ovon Fresh  fHEl  Utf  c  J~  SAILAWAy!  Vou could win a trip for two on  Cunard's Queen Elizabeth 2 plus a two week holiday  in Europe. No purchase necessary Ask for details.  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Educational meeting  b^Mai7-Tinkley-Shahhoh-885-94X9  All parents and friends interested in the .  education of Hall moon Bay childrenare^  urged to attend a meeting at the Halfmoon  Bay School on Thursday, March'8 at 7:30  p.m., when the Board of School Trustees,  in conjunction with Mrs.  M.  Davie,  principal of the school, will hold an  educational meeting. There will be a  discussion of educational policies, including a plarLtoJntroduce a kindergarten-  class at the school, and a presentation by  the students. Refreshments will be served.  DATES TO REMEMBER  On Sunday, March 11, there will be  another cribbage session at the Welcome  Beach Hall at 2 p.m. High score winners of  the last cribbage afternoon were Ed  Edmunds with high score and Ed Milton as  runner-up.  The regular meeting of the Halfmoon  Bay Recreation Commission will be on  Monday, March 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the  Welcome Beach Hall. Among the items to  be discussed at the meeting is a dance  planned for Saturday, March 31.  Be sure to mark up your calendar for  Saturday, March 17x when the Welcome  Beach Community Association is planning  mixed weather with some cold, some rain.  and^ some warm sunshine. They flew to  JTampa where they picked up a car. Their~  first visit was to'Disneyworld which they  :- found to be quite impressive.  Crossing Florida the north-east corner  through miles of citrus groves, they visited  St. Augustine where the Spanish founded a,  settlement in the 16th century which was  destined to become the first permanent  European settlement in North America.  They found thai part of Florida windy and  quite cool, but it became warmer as they  drove southdown the east,coast. However,  it was not warm enough to tempt them into  the ocean-for a swim until they reached  -PQmpanofBeach"near"Fort"Lauderdaler  where they visited a cousin.  -=--Iir Miami,~they=were impressed1 witir  the, fine beaches and the tremendous  number of hotels, apartments and eon-  , dominiums. They received an invitation to  participate in the celebrations of the 30th'  anniversary of the Czech-American  Association.      .      - >,  For a stcppver; they chose the pleasant  little town of Homestead, a few miles south  of Miami. At Key Largo, they went for a  Page A 4  The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 7,1979  VILLAGE OF SECHELT  NOTICE  ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 146.1,1979  Gibsons glimpses  Handicapped Guide camp  by Marion Alsager, 886-2458  Further on the subject of the International Year of the Child, our Guilding.  area has undertaken to fund a handicapped Guide camp to be held at...  Chilliwack, one of the rights of the handicapped jrtiild. _ ^        = _   ^  Each' unit, "Brownies,  Guides "and  StT-pirtricies-^seaa-���evening   with   ndfrin a glasfrhottompiri hiwtTynieh-teek  demonstrations of square dancing.  On February 26, Welcome Beach  carpet bowlers invited bowlers from the  Sechelt. Senior Citizens for a friendly  match. After two closely fought games,  the Sechelt team beat their hosts by 26  points to 24 points. The Welcome Beach  team has been invited tq Sechelt for a  return match later this month, so. watch  next week's column for the date.  PROUD GRANDPARENTS  Two grandparents who are just as  proud as can be are Alex and Hazel Ellis,  who received word of the safe arrival of.  their first grandchild born on February 26  to their son Bob and his wife Anne of  Kitchener, Ont. The baby boy, who  weighed a whopping nine pounds six  ounces at birth, is to be named Michael  James Ellis. The new grandparents are  counting the days till April when Bob and  Anne will be returning to B.C.  __SUN-SEEKERS RETURN         Several residents who went in search of  the sun this winter are now ���returning  home. Al and Nancy Lawson spent three  weeks in Florida where they experienced,  Forum  due 15th  scripts  Elphinstone Students Research  Productions would like all those who are  preparing presentations from the April 21-  22. Community Television Forum to  please have your script or an outline of  your   proposed   presentation   in   to  them over a coral reef, where they were,  able to watch sea anomonies and exotic;  fish, and they, explored the Keys as far as  Key West. Entering the Everglades from  Shark River, they found themselves in a  strange and tropical world ��� a world of  alligators, egrets, wild turkeys and  reseate spoonbills.  Heading for the west coast, they spent a  few days exploring the beaches of Fort  Myers,-the Sunken Gardens of St.  Petersburg and the Busch Gardens, where  tropical animals can be seen living in their,  natural state.  Changing planes at Toronto on their  way home, they took the opportunity of '  getting hold of Alice Young, a former  resident of Eureka. Alice is settling  comfortably in her- new home and sent  greetings to all her old friends in Halfmoon  Bay and Sechelt.  Two other snowbirds, Roy and Gretle  Gair, have returned from seven weeks in  _ Arizona where they stayed in a recreation  part at Yuma. They report they were very  lucky with weather and were swimming  and sunbathing when they heard there was  snow in California to the south of them.  There were many activities at the  recreation park to keep them occupied,  including swimming, shuffleboard, hot  pools and suanas and there was dancing  three nights a week, which made Roy  ���#bappy>'They tpok^seyeral.excursioriyg��Ji��,  the surrounding desert.  According to the experts, Spring will  not arrive until March 21, but one of our  young naturalists, claims that it arrived  three weeks early this year. On March 1,  the air was so soft and balmy and there  were so many migratory birds on the  rijgye, that11-year-old Margaret Connor  Elphinstone Secondary School by March  15 so that we may arrange studio time for  pre-taping and organize the Forum  schedule. Thank you.  was convinced that Spring had arrived.  Now let's hope, Margaret, that it isn't  snowing by the time this column appears  in print!   i  TONIGHT;- WED;, MAR; 7 8:00 p7m.  UST CHANCETO CATCH THE  MIDNIGHT EXPRESS  URSDAY, MARCH 8 * NOFILM TONIGHT  Tho Twilight Theatre Is proud to be hosting.the DANCE SECTION of  tHE SUNSHINE COASt MUSIC, DRAMA AND DANCE FESTIVAL  Come and see our best dancers. ,  Program! $1.00 Admission 2fic  Wat' Lindsey's Best-Selling Book is now an incredible film.  ���"_*���' _4 i  ���_>      ,_ <t  '^mWMmWNl  Ancit.nl prophets predicted tho ond of tho Earth    in out life time  ������������, ORSON WELLES ..i^^HAL LINDSEY.;,��mm  mum ** t**w * R06CRIAMRAM   nmitu ROBCKT MUtAM H MAN etlKIN .��. ���, 0ANA (WROff  * PACIFIC WfEfflWIQIIM. CMT__PHttC_ _Et_A_C ��� cw_ mrc r i  FRIDAY MARCH 9 8 P.M.  SATURDAY MARCH 10 7 PM. �� 9 P.M.  SUNDAY MARCH,!! 7 P,M.ft 9 P,M,���  MONDAY MARCH 12 8 P.M.  , -^fflWHjfc:  TUES., MAR 13 7 P.M.  WED., MAR 14 8 P.M.  THURS. MAR 15 8 P.M.  ,,PR).,.MARJ6,JiP,MJ^ i:y_- ;,;.  ��� One Show Only Each Evening  Rangers has been asked to raise $12 each.  The Sunshine Rangers have decided to  raise $12 per girl. They will be having a  book salein the Sunnycrest Mall ��� date to  be announced later and they also plan to  have a bottle drive in March.   ~  Yvonne Valancius ahd Heather Cat-  .tanach were enrolled into Rangers by  Ruth Moore, Division Commissioner, atan_  international Dinner provided tor the  parents on February 17.  YACHTING  At the Arbutus Yacht Club General  Meeting March _ it was decided that a St.  Patrick's Day dance will be held on March  17, upstairs room of Ken's Lucky Dollar  Store. This dance is restricted to members  and their friends only. Officer's Flags  were presented to Ken Crosby, Rear  Commodore, Dave Smethurst, Commodore and Merle Nelson, Fleet Officer.  ON PARLAIS FRANCAB ICI  Nine people attended the French  language workshop conducted by Klaus  Haude at Elphinstone Secondary school.  Those who participated in this all-day  session definitely gained valuable practice  in speaking French, plus an introduction  into French literature. It is hoped another  workshop will be held soon.  MILL MEN HONORED  On Saturday, February 24, ten Canfor  Howe Sound Pulp Mill employees were  honored at the 25 Years Service Awards  Banquet held at Hotel Vancouver. The  following people personally received gold  wathces for their 25 years service, G.  Davies, K. Hoehne, E. Husby, W. Laing,  P. Madison, A. Olson, D. Plourde, W.  * Porter, D. Robinson and F. Verhulst.  In addition,  the  employees  also  received a Douglas Fir seedling. The  ":seedlmg,; plafitid how, should be about  three feet high in two years' time and it  will enter its maximum growth rate of up  to three feet each year until its 30th year.  About 70 years after planting a seedling it  should grow to be about 100 feet high and  ready for harvest.  MEETING   Dor.'t~forget~the���Sunshi__~Coi  Community Resource Society general  meeting on March 15, 7:30 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary school.  DISCO  Thb Disco Dance held on February 24 in  the Legion Hall was well attended and  enjoyed by all. We hope there will be  ; another in the near futirte. Wally's Disco  supplied the music and he certainly has a  wide variety of tunes,  CHANGING!  Our reflections of the Gibsons Harbour:  it is with a touch of sadness to see the "old  timer" building at the head of the wharf  being demolished. We remember it had  been a cafe, run by Mrs. Fisher, it also  housed the Bank of Montreal and in more  recent years, a ship chandlery opened by  Walt Nygren and the sporting goods  department was first run by Earl Bingley,  then run by Winston Robinson. This  ' business was then sold to Mr. and Mrs.  Dick Janowsky who are now going to build  a Marine Pub on these premises.  TAHITI  Several local people Just returned from  vacations in Tahiti recommend a working  knowledge of the French language in order  to be more popular with the local people of  this island.  FESTIVAL  The Sunshine Coast Music, Drama and  Dance Festival will be held on March fl and  0. The Twilight Theatrd will be hosting the  dance section in the theatre. Mr. and Mrs.  R. Boothroyd freely donate the theatre and  .their, time TJiotq is a piano on the.  premises and a platform is supplied for the  adjudicator as well as.u sound system  backstage. The PA system is supplied by  Elphinstone Secondary school. Mrs. Jean  Mllward, local dance teacher, devotes  .   endless hours towards tho planning and  success of the dance section of this  festival. Cactus Flower is giving valuable  "AdstetAni-fl with oneot the(dance costumes  which Is most appreciated.  The dance part of the festival runs all  day Thursday and up to 10 p.m. in the  evening and then continues Friday until oil  tho participants have boon judged.  The talent comes from Vancouver,  Burnaby, Surrey, Vancouver Island and  other towns on the lower mainland so our  ;' pupils -have -uorne strong competition.  There are approximately 000 entries this  year. The community groups participating  are, the Sunshine Danpers, Aerobic and,  Acrobatic dance, Disco and pupils from  the public school system.  ___SpJ?ech__ArJts__wilL_be held- Monday,.  March 12 in the Band Room of Elphinstone  Secondary school at 9:15 a.m. At 1:15 p.m.  untie Gym7 the~featuKfls Elementary  school plays. At 7 p.m. performances of  secondary school plays will be judged.  Band sessions are at i p.m. and 7 p.m.  Tuesday in the Gym. The music section,  piano and vocal will be held March 14 and  15; two sessions, 1:15 and 7 p.m. Honours  Concert will be held on Saturday, March 17  at 7:30 p.m. in the Elphinstone.Gym.  Admission, to each^essiorHs-^frrants.  Come and support the Festival.  WRITE OR VISIT LES  Hear that Les Peterson is now at St.  Mary's Hospital and he welcomes letters  and visitors.  CHEAP FLYING  ' Check with your local travel agents re  the highly reduced Economizer flights  which begin'March 27 until May 7.  A WINNER  SuperValue employee Jim Menear won  the Super Prize in the Provincial Lottery  for an instant $1,000 cash prize.  Congratulations, Jim!  NEW DRUG STORE  Haig Maxwell tells us that Maxwell's  Clinic Pharmacy is coming along slowly  and hopefully it will open for business in  six weeks.  RENO NIGHT  Don't forget "Reno Night", sponsored  by the Gibsons Lions Club, to be held  Saturday, March 10 in the Legion Hall.  ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 146:2,1979  A public hearing will be held on Monday, March 26, 1979 at 7:30  p.rrt. in the Senior Citizens' Hall on Mermaid Street, Sechelt at which  any persons who deem their interest in property affected by the  .proposed bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on  ' matters contained in the bylaws.  Bylaw No. 146.1 provides for higher density housing and designates  that portion of Block 10, Dist. Lot 304 lying north of Anchor and east  of Marine Way, which is not already subdivided, on which to build  the said housing, and sets out regulations there for. It also provides  for equal setbacks f rom both streets in the case of corner lots.���   Bylaw Nor 146.-2-Lot 4 of B, Block-8rD.L-303rPlan 8572=(bus depot)  to Rill to facilitate a Recreation Vehicle sales lot, and Lots 38 to 40,  Blk. 6, D.L. 363, Plan 2615 to make the Catholic Church on Cowrie  Street a conforming use.  The bylaws may be inspected during office hours - 9 a.m.' to 5 p.m.  from Monday to Friday ��� at the Municipal Hall on Inlet Avenue.  CLOCK REPAIRS  ALL KINDS  House calls for lorgor clocki  DAVID BURGGRAF  885-3163  10.  9  L"T33k  REM BL  12  _V-  e' 9  ir> ,  m  "��\t  ***NACk  ft tori w( M w*4 tin* r*��* m*Mt�� flpi*tm Nik**, tmittui  Programm* A Tim* Sub|��ct to Changoi.  PUaio phono 886-2827 (or confirmation.  IUh��ln  British Columbia  Bcaotlful  Province of British Columbia  PUBLIC NOTICE        ~~  ROYAL COMMISSION OF  INQUIRY INTO  URANIUM MINING  TAKE NOTICE that, pursuant to the British Columbia Public Inquiries  Act, His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor in Council has been pleased  to appoint as Commissioners the following persons, namely:  Dr. David V. Bates, Chairman  Dr. James W. Murray  Valter Raudsepp  The Commissioners shall inquire into the adequacy of existing  measures to provide protection in all aspects, of uranium mining in  British Columbia. In particular, the Commissioners will examine the  adequacy of existing Federal and Provincial requirements in British  Columbia for:  (a) The protection of the health and safety of workers associated  with exploration, mining and milling of uranium, and  (b) The protection of the environment, and  (c) The protection of the Public.  The Commissioners shall make recommendations for setting and  maintaining standards for workers and public safety and for the protection of the environment in respect to the exploration, mining and  milling of uranium ores. They are to report their findings and recommendations to the Lieutenant-Governor In Council in accordance with  the provisions of the Act.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that Public Hearings by the Royal Commission of Inquiry Health and Environmental protection ��� Uranium  Mining will be hold at selected locations throughout the Province, nt  times and dates to be announced. The first series of Public Hearings to  receive Briefs will be held during the months of May, Juno, and July,  with further Hearings,in the Fall.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that those persons or organizations Intending to appear before the Commission at any of Its Public Hearings  after March 6, 1979 are required to:  (a) Write Immediately to inform the Executive Secretary at the address below and Inform him of such Intention, and thereafter  (b) Prepare a Brief to be forwarded to the Executive Secretary prior  to their appearance before the Commission,  There will bo an opportunity for Informal presentations to be made  before the Commission during Its Public Hearings without prior notice  being given. / .  The Executive Secretary will contact the parties concerned and contain other organizations and export witnesses to arrange for their appearance at a suitable time and place.  Further Public Notlcos with respect to tho Public Hearings will bo  Issued In duo courso,  On behalf of the Commission:  Brig. Gen. E.p. Danby (retired)  Executive Secretary  Royal Commission of Inquiry \  ������..-.. - , -.-�����-.~.^.4i��irtlH*J^  - - --- ���       Protection ��� Uranium Mining          P.O. Box 46302, Postal Station."G"  Vancouver, B.C. V6R 2C1  fiP  i-h  \    i  ! Pender Harbour Nibbles.,  - __��k&Syt_K* _i&-__.&  Hbtelhas nautical look  I. /   __ By Oueeh-Rqt 8832308  IN SYMPATHY    Th^Ts^en^Pend&rHafboar extend"  their sympathy to Rod Pierce and family  in the loss of his wife Lou.  The Peninsula Times PageA-5  Wednesday, March 7,1979  Walk it to me!  _f  JAMES S. WOODWARD, Madeira   tribution in small arts development  Park, received an Award of Meric   and new repair methods, the Chief of  * from the Dept. of National Defence   Defence Staff, Admiral R.H. Falls,  " recentiyr A CanadianArmed-Porces���hasi>resentedhiffirwittra"spe(*iarCDS  Warrant Officer, James S. Woodward   Award of Merit. On hand during the  ���(right)j-winds -up a~military-career--awards-ceremony-is^^his-wife, Mrs.  leaving a legacy to his' defence em-   J.S. Woodward. The Winnipeg native  ployer of 28 years in what amounts to   wjll leave the Canadian Forces and  The Pender Harbour Hotel has been  completely renovated in the beer parlour  (neighborhood pubrsecftonrWalls have ���"  been redone with pictures of sailing ships  on a silvery background. Seine web and  rustic timbers partition off the dance floor  area and nets are also draped between the  posts where new compfortable booths are.  A ship'swheel, bell, brass-plaques and.  lanterns also add to the nautical theme.  Wall to wall carpeting, new tables and  chairs and driftwood planters, plus new  bar stools complement the surroundings.  There is a ping-pong table and they are  having tournaments and trophy for this  game,-The-firat_tournament-was -with  Sechelt and Gordie Kammerle was the  winner. It is open to any further  challenges.  Harbour.  , Keith Fulton and Alfie Harper have  a saving in excess of $2 million.  Warrant Officer Woodward was  responsible for the modification of a  general purpose machinegun,  resulting   in   a   considerable   cost  had already taken up residence in  Madeira Park. At present James  Wdodward is Service Officer at the  Royal Canadian Legion Br. 112.  reduction per unit. For his con-  passes  after long illness  Part of a successful managing team for  many, years on the Coast with husband  Rod, Louisa Pierce of Sechelt died in St.  Mary's Hospital Feb. 24.  The Pierce's ran hotels, motels, and  cafes fromUranian City, Sask. to the B.C.  coast/from Minstrel Island to Victoria,  Alert Bay, Powell River and their last  successful venture was the Texada Arms  Hotel at Vananda on Texada Island.  Mrs. Pierce was born in Wigan,  England in 1907 and came to Kingston,  Ont. as a young girl. After finishing school  in Kingston, she moved to Toronto where  she married her first husband,-Gordon  Kemp.  Later, on marrying Rod Pierce, she  made many friends from Ontario to B.C. in  their various management enterprises in  the hotel-motel-restaurant industry.  Shortly after the couple's retirement to  Sechelt from their Texada Island hotel,  Mrs.  Pierce suffered several  strokes,  leaving her permanently incapacitated ,  and hospitalized for th^ljastelght years^E^-. v\X)ccMPatipnal therapist .firantjfcj^aj-  always made a cheerful and determined  effort to make those around her happy, he  says.  He remembers her as a true friend to  all who had the good fortune to know her ���  a tremendous lady.  She is survived by her husband Rod  Pierce of Sechelt, and son Gordon Kemp of  Ontario with wife Bernice and three  grandchildren.  Arthritis aid  van here soon  The spring visit of the occupational  therapy van operated by the Arthritis  Society! B.C. Division, will take place on  the Sunshine Coast and Powell. River  veen March 19 and March 30.  her life.  Her spirit and courage were shown by  the fact that she rarely allowed her condition to depress her, Rod remembers. She  ^OIHtttYOIIR  W ATKINS  PRODUCTS  CALL 885-2550  \h  Hear Ye! Hear Ye!  PUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULE  Paula and Roy are going on a well  deserved vacation to Mazatlan, Mexico in  a week's time, then on June 17, Paula's  mother is coming over from England to  stay, with them for a few weeks. Roy and          _ Paula are grateful for the donations of  ^diai-Airae^r^^^^  also the tune that was spent helping them.  RiggersRoost Restaurant in the hotel  is under the management of Tom Drury  and Eric Spears, who are the chefs and  Marge Campbell cooks there also. They  will do catering if a one-week notice is  given, number of people attending, etc.  They have specialties like Prime Rib,  Roast Beef, Spareribs, Barbeque Chicken  and Deep Fried, Chicken; T-Bone' and  Porterhouse steaks, charcoal broiled or  otherwise, Salmon when in season and  oysters and prawns. Coffee is included  with their breakfasts. Hours ��� Coffee  Shop 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Dining  Room is 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Eric and  Tom wish to thank the persons responsible  for returning their restaurant sign which  mysteriously disappeared earlier in the  week.  SWAP MEET  There is a Swap Meet at the Pender  Harbour Community Hall the first  Saturday of every month. It is similar to a  flea market except you rent the table for $4  and after that the profit you make is all  yours. April 7 is the next one and numbers ,  to phone for a table rental is 883-9375 or  883-9258. Refreshments are available.  There is a varied selection of items to buy,  hub caps, car parts, dishes, ceramics,  shoes, books, leather belts, boxes, burl  tables (orders will be taken for these) even  horse manure orders (half-ton truck load,  $25); boats, cars, outboard engines can be  bought or sold. There are also novelties,  IjeweJry and. clothes. Fresh homemade  buns were being sold last week. Time: 10  a.m. to 4 p.m.  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BR. 112  There will be a Special General  Meeting Friday, March 9 at 8 p.m. in the  Legion Hall. Because of the weather in  January and lack of a quorum in February  the Executive was unable to finalize the  business of the Branch. Members are  requested to attend as there are some  items that must be attended to before the  15th of the month. Legion news this month  ���There will be a daily membership draw  and card-carrying members of the branch  only are eligible. Starting approximately  the third week in March, there will be a  meat draw Saturday afternoons with  proceeds going towards entertainment,  which will follow later in the afternoon.  There will be a St. Patrick's Dance March  17 In the hall, no admission charged.  TOP BANANAS  The Top Bananas are still good and  ripe, in top shape as they, have been  skinning the Chiefs, Red Skins, Stompers,  United and the Raiders. To show how  much they appreciate their manager Sue  Kammerle, they presented her with a gold  banana. There will be further games in  Pender Harbour for the next three weeks  at the PH Secondary School grounds  Sundays at 2 p.m. They would like all their  fans to come out and support them. The  Top Bananas are very sorry to hear that  Jerry Mercer damaged the ligaments in  his ankle and won't be able to play.  HOSPITAL NEWS  Eddy Reid has made remarkable  , recovery from his operation and ls home  from Lion's Gate Hospital. Andy Altchlson  had his cast removed and Is home from  St.Mary's Hospital. Jean Jones is mobile  again after her knee operation. Margie  Munro, home from St. Paul's wishes to  thank all her friends for their get well  canislahd flowefs.   TID-BITS  Brian Shaeffer (our Rum Runner Inn  Gourmet) la now the proud owner of a  logging truck and contract in Vancouver^  but he Is terribly homesick for Pender  New arts,  crafts store  The Sunshine Coast Arts Council will be  opening a new Gallery Shop In lower  Gibsons nejrt to the Co-opStore, it wlllbca  non-profit organization charging 20 per  cent commission on sales And staffed by  volunteer Arts Council members. The 20  per cent will hopefully pay the rent, light,  heat and licence fees.  IHvHlbe a new saliSoutm for all the  locat am ina ctafwrTriifly sma_ win he"  in the shop starting March 3 to receive  work 11 a.m, to 4 p.m.  For further information call 686-2680 or  drop down to the new Gallery Shop,   formed a company, Fulton and Harper  Investments and have started logging on  their 140 acres near Secret Cove.  Roddy Webb and Ted Donley have  formed a company and are the owners of  the new Drott machine which is in  _ operation at present on the section_of hlgh__  way under improvement between Middle  Point and Wood Bay.  There is no truth to the rumour that the  Sunshine Inn has new owners.  Dave Pritchard was framed the other  evening. (A picture fell off the wall).  -SPCA-NEWS "-  Wendy Beaudoin is one of the SCPA  directors in our area and can be contacted  ~at 88��92797If yotTknow of any animals that  are being mistreated or abandoned, let her  know.  MORE TID-BITS  I hear that the Top Bananas have  signed up a minister.  QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK  KOKtMOORBY; KOWBLUK & CO.   __.��� ^���Certified General^Aceountants ~  JOHN W. AAOORBY, C.G.A. Resident Partner  Residence - 885-2498  BUSINESS-885-3511  capilano ~-  cdlege  HOMEMAKER UPGRADING  Who walked out of their shoes at the PH  Hotel cocktail lounge last Tuesday night?  Who was necking with who at whose  party while they thought someone was  passed out in the hall?  PENDER HARBOUR LIONS CLUB  Watch for news of the Pender Harbour  Lions Club Casino Night coming up this  month.  VISITORS  Pat Luscambe has her parents visiting  her. They are Mr. and Mrs. Lord, Surrey,  B.C.  COURSE INSTRUCTOR  "TEMPORARY"^  Capilano College requires a Course Instructor for a 15 week - 1  day per week, Homemaker Upgrading program in Sechelt. Applicants must have demonstrative ability and experience in a  .related field, such as adult education, nursing, s^ciol work-or-hoff  economics. Closing date for applications is March 14, 1979.  wiiLaccompany the van, which will be at  Sechelt the afternoon of Tuesday, March  20, all day Wednesday, March 21 and the  morning of Thursday, March 22. McLean  will be seeing patients on referral from  their family doctors and will be working in  conjunction with physiotherapist Ian  Hunter atTStTTflai^Olospital.  The van is fully equipped with home aids  and tools for making home adaptations  for arthritis patients. The mobile service  is a unique one, which provides specialized  occupational therapy for arthritis patients  in areas where these services are hot  always available. Pfitlents are seen in the  van or in their homes when necessary.  McLean will also be at Gibsons, Pender  Harbour and Powell River during this  spring visit.  Apply in writing, stating experience and qualifications to  Dr. G.F. Lee, Acting Dean,  Career/Vocational Programs,  Capilano College,  72055 - Purcell Way, North Vancouver, B.C. V7J 3H5  . *<Wfc  \  Come  TABLERITE MEATS  CANADA GRADE A BEEF  BEEF BLADE STEAK  bone in .    49  lb.  98  79  CROSS RIB ROAST  PRIME RIB STEAK       $r  cut short   lb.    *���  FRESHLY GROUNDED    '  DCFF $139  Ukkr regular quality     lb.    A  PURE PORK SAUSAGE   $139  I.G.A. traypack          lb.    JL  BOLOGNA CHUNKS      $109  I.G.A. vac pack   GROCERY  DOG FOOD  I.G.A. canned 25_tr_  RED KIDNEY BEANS  0/7QC  Ubby's 14 oz... 7 .......   ...fc/   I V  $139  FROZEN FOOD  YORK FANCY PEAS  2 lbs .7   HASH BROWNS  Carnation, bonus pack 2-1/2 lbs   PRODUCE  TANGERINES  ' Florida Murcott Honey   BROCCOLI  California, Canada No 1..  ZUCCHINI SQUASH  lb  lb  SHRIMP  broken, Carnation 4 oz.  GRAPEFRUIT JUICE       OO  I.G.A. unsweetened 48 ox.....    .. "V  ORANGE JUICE  I.G.A., unsweetened 48 oz   TOMATO JUICE 70*  I.G.A. 48 ox  IV'  MACARONI  Crearnette R.C. 200 gm   SPAGHETTI  Crearnette, kettle size 200 gm   CUP-0-N00DLE BEEF    fiQC  OF  OHKIIfll   Nisson 2.5 01  V V  PURE VEGETABLE OIL  $149  I.G.A. 1 litre       JL  MARGARINE  Parkay 1 lb   1  �� ��  ��  #  1  *  ��  *  .   1  t  ��  1  * 1 ���  1  ��  ��  ...lb  CORN OIL MARGARINE $929  Fleltchmann's 2 lbs     Am  PENDER HARBOUR CENTRE  Madeira Park #883-9100  SAVE A TAPE PROMOTION ENDS   ���* - ������-���--flf^^  "WE RisEIWE TH^^  Prices effective Mar. 7-10, 1979 ���m  At a recent meeting of the Building ,  Fund Committee (for special effects) of  the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre, several  -futjidraisingeventSTwere planned.- ���   Ap_rjl__7_________Gigkntic7 _Plant_ancL7  Agriculture Sale at the new Arts Centre in  Sechelt. We need donations of plants  -(indoor-and-outdoor), -top-soil,-organic -  sprays, fertilizers, seeds. For a touch of  "country", we Hope to have live chickens,  geese, rabbits, eggs, and organic compost  for sale.,,'  , '' ' ���'���' . . '���-'  Following are drop-off locations for.  donations: in Gibsons, Joy Graham, 886-  9260; Roberts Creek, Joan Foster ��� one "  Mile west of Post Office on Lower Road;  Davis Bay, Helen McConnachie, 885-2344;  Selma Park, Alice Murray 885-9662; -West  Sechelt, Barbara Gough, 885-2579 or Irene  Crowell, 885-2759.  May 21 ��� Craft and Garage Sale at the  Arts Centre, Sechelt. This will be part of  Timber Days. Artists and craftspeople are  asked to keep this date in mind. We need-  donations otcrafts, toys, books, household-  goods, etc. Please, no clothing.  Monday, May 14 ��� Slide Show of  Australian-WUdflowers^atthe-Chatelech-  Music Room, Sechelt, at 8 p.m.  June 8,,"Silver Trail'' of quarters,  dimes and nickels at the Sechelt Mall.  Any inquiries please contact Alice  Murray, or write the Building Fund  Committee, Box 1753, Sechelt..  The Heart volunteer who calls on you at  home will leave behind valuable  educational information. Study it  carefully. The heart it saves may be your  own:  Seche/f notes  Quiet please!  by-Peggy Connor,-885-9347  PageA-6 The Peninsula Times.  Wednesday, March 7,1979  ��\  ��\  ��\  ��  ��  get your slice  of the cheese  Check the Want  Ads Today  CALL  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  i  The PENiMsuLAV^e*  ���The^isualsign-neara hospital isfor the -  good of the patients but, for better health  care sometimes it is necessary to make a  noise.  Sometimes the noise is the public  asking for support to obtain better  facilities, then the noise is changed to the  actual buildingof these facilities:        -"  That is going on at St. Mary's Hospital  in Sechelt, the expansion program is noisy  and if someone knows of a way to build  without making clamour, please let it be  known, it will make you rich. In the  meantime bear with it; could possibly be  the-end-prpduct-will-benefit-you-or^your  family.  GUESTS ��� =-  Guests at Charlie and Mable Mc-  Dermids last week was Mable's sister Ada  and George Maddams from Vancouver.  They were up for Mary Tinkley's wedding  on February 24 when she became Mrs.  Vince Shannon.        .  -_  \��  \��  !*  *  __  i*  ���!*���  _*  \��  "��  ��  885-3231  DROP YOUR ADS OFF AT  GIBSONS HARBOUR  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ___.  The Maddams and the Tinkleys are  long-time friends.back in the days when  they all were up Jervis Inlet.  TRAVELLERS  Miss Audrey Jost enjoyed over two  weeks holidaying at friends in Barbados.  The weather was good, just right as a  matter of fact. The people very friendly,  the eating an adventure trying the many  different fruits and vegetables native to  the islands.  The scenery ,is very dramatic,  especially on the more turbulent east coast  with the oh so blue sea and the sharp  contrasting white surf.  Miss Chris Ward went to the Big Island  of Hawaii for a restful interlude and she  School snobs  Inspired by the hit song of several  years ago, this George Edwards  production pokes fun at snobbery and  hyprocisy in a school PTA. Barbara Eden  looks terrific as the widowed mother who  wreaks merry vengeance on the PTA  board members who criticize her unconventional ways. She's well knowns for  her "I Dream of Jeannie" TV series.  Ronny Cox of "Deliverance" fame, plays  the wealthy bachelor member of the PTA  who approves of Eden and courts her.  Susan Swift, who made her debut in  "Audrey Rose", portrays Eden's daughter  and Nanette Fabray is delightful and  energetic as Eden's close friend. Pat  Paulsen and -Audrey Christie are  especially funny as hyprocritical PTA  board members.  The screenplay by Barry Schneider ahd  George Edwards, based on the latter's  story, contains broad humor which relies  heayily on sight gags. Richard Bennett  directed with a good sense of comic  timing. Music by Nelson Riddle is a plus  factor as is definitely the title song by Tom  T Hall, sung by Jeannie C. Riley. One  hilarious scene has three elephants,  painted pink, crashing into drunkard  Paulsen's bedroom. Phil Borack was  executive producer. The Picture was  filmed around Lebanon, Ohio, in color.  End of world  The Late, Great Planet Earth.���Despite  its overwrought fire and brimstone sen-  sibilityt this movie version of Hal Lindsay's book contains interesting  prophesies. The style ls quasi-  documentary, combining biblical skits,  recitations and short Interviews with  contemporary scientists. There are also  overextended fireworks sequences that  show the end of tho world.  , The apocalpytlc revelations of John,  Isaiah ad Jeremiah are related to overpopulation and nuclear holocaust. The film  ends with a New Testament prediction  that the anti-Christ will come disguised as  a man of peace In the Middle East. It says  that when a peace treaty Is signed there, a  seven-year countdown will begin, ending  in Armageddon. After total destruction,  the Messiah will come to build a new  world. Narrator Orson Welles' sonorous  tones and intelligent face gave the film  some authority. A-Intercstlng. Y-Very  mature. PG.  Christian Science  "Thou shalt havo no other gods before  me." (Ex. 20 3)  Of tills great commandment, Mary  Bnkor Eddy wrltos, "Tho First Commandment Is my favorite text. It  demonstrates Christian Science. ��� Ono.  Infinite God, good, unifies men and,  nations; constitutes tho brotherhood of  man; ends wars; fulfils the Scrlptura,  'Love thy neighbor oh thyself; annihilates  pognn Christian Idolatry, ��� whatever Is  wrong In social, civil, criminal, political  and religious codes; equalizes tho sexes;  annuls the curso on mon, and leaves  nothing that can sin, suffer, bo punished or  destroyed^* (Science and Health, with Key,  to tho Scriptures, pg. 340).  Advertisingr  loflnfeUiieitit^  shopping.  CANADIAN AOVEHTISINQ ADVISORY DOARP  says she had almost pleasant-rest.   . Staying at Kona, Chris and her, friend  Marie Steel put in 725 miles in. their car  rental. They would have put in more but as  they were headed up to the volcano they  were turned back, two-thirds of the way  up, due to heavy flooding on the Islands.  There was a rainfall of two inches in Hilo  with two to three feet on the road. The rain  doesn't seep into the highways so the runoff is slow, overnight it finds its way out  through the cracks.  The birds saw to it that they were up  .early.soas.not to miss___LmuQh^_&e_day,  a pleasant way to~ wake up.  While changing planes atJHonolulu  airport they saw Mick and Betty McKay"  from Uncle Mick's.  The McKays are now back from their  holiday in Honolulu but were not up to  Sechelt this last Saturday.  MEETINGS .  one of the  the Sechelt  - GIBSONS HARBOUR  HOURS: MON-FRI, 8 AM^8 PM  SAT-SUNr8AAA-5PM  DINNER SERVED  "5fJU7-PJt-  Try our Homemade  Shepherd's Pie,   Wejsh Rarebjt or   Roast Beef  SOMETHING DIFFERENTJEACH DAY"  FULL FACILITIES  Drop off your Peninsula Times  classified here  -WAMTlOlfARN-HOWTOftAy-   JRR9S  INTRODUCTORY BRIDGE LESSONS  - TUESDAY, 7:30 PM  Thursday is the second  month, March 8, so it is  Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital at the St..  Hilda's Hall meeting at 2 p.m. ���  discussions on the upcoming June Luncheon. ______ i"  Peninsula Rod and Gun Club at their  clubhouse hi Wilson Creek meet in the  evening.  Wednesday is the Timber Trails Riding  Club at the Rod and Gun Clubhouse.  OWL AT CHATELECH   .  Thursday, March 1 was an interesting  evening for bird lovers up at Chatelech  school. Besides interesting pictures there  was even a real live owl who received a  great deal of attention. Maybe some of his  wisdom might rub off.  GIBSONS CELEBRATES  The Gibsons supplement last week has  met with rave reviews by so many people  that I must pass compliments to the staff  who worked so hard to put it together.  ' My residency on the Sunshine Coast  started in Gibsons when Cliff and I were  married in 1956. Eric Thompson would  often talk of our wedding day as they day  half of Gibsons cleared out to New  Westminster. Nowadays that would include a great of persons if half were to  leave for a weekend.  A great place of memories to a lot of  people, and the paper brought a lot of good  times back.  The combined collection from churches  at World Day of Prayer services in St.  John's United, Davis Bay, was $94.55.  Theme was Africa and readings were byi  Helen McConnachie. ;-"������:.-!  On.i^mad (ZX&��t4  PREMIUM USED VEHICLES.  ���OUR FULL SERVICE  MECHANICAL SHOP OPENS  APRIL 1,1979*  CARS  1976 FORD TORINO  4 dr, auto, p, sp, p,b��� radial, radial tiro*  1976 OLDSMOBILE ROYALE  2 dr, storoo etc  197SBUICKLESABRE  loaded with options Incl, air cond,  1973 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLG     -  loaded with options  1978 FORD CHATEAU CLUB  wagon, 12 passenger, air cond, till wheel, cruise control,  stereo' cassette sound, ope way qIobs, radial tiros, Al��  lolutoly loadod with options,  1978 COUGAR XR7  Radial tiros, radio, pi, pb, vinyl roof, nice condition, nice  car.   .  1977 FORD LTD II  4 drsdn, radio, ps, pb, air cond, Priced right. /   '  ��� FOR SUPER DEALS-  SEE DAVE OR BRENT*  TRUCKS  1973 FORD CREWCAB  360 VB, 4 spd, Good work truck.'  1972 GMC 3/4 TON 4x4  Air cond, mag wheals, 4 gas tanks, tilt whool, buckot  seats, tach, tape & radio, dual exhaust, 350 VB 4 brl, auto,  Sierra Grande Pkg, c/w Sportsman canopy,  1976 FORD F150 SUPERCAB  390 VO, auto, ps, pb, Explorer Pkg, radio 8, tape 8, Ford  cpy.  1976 GMC 1/2 TON PU  Sierra Pkp, 454 Vfl, auto, ps, pb, Nlco condition, 2 tone  paint. , '  1978 GMC 3/4 TON 4x4  radio, ps, pb, c/w Warn winch, new paint, good condition,  1978 FORD F-250 4x4  ps, pb, c/w Warn winch.  1974 FORD 9000 LOUISVILLE DUMP TRUCK  Knight Tranifor, Box 270 Cummins Diesel, Good rubber,  nice all around condltlpn,,       , ,  ������   ��� /      /      -.'   /  1977 COACHMAN 35'  5th Wheel, roof air, patio door, beautiful unit,  WE NEED TRADES!  SEE US IN OUR NEW SHOWROOM���Across from the Sechelt Legion.  Ill  OPPING'S  885-3281  WW.   I^WIi ^SftLES Ii  Box 966, Sechelt.  MDL 00623A  TD.  Van. Toll Froe  684-2911 ...     .               ....   . ....   ���rr-h:.  ^.^������-���-a-k^^                                                          m-m .iCimmmm-m^-y: ��� ������>/:-m  ^^::>v-^"^^  ':ii ___ii  ��� 7 -            ���   Jt*                  ���                   .' ' ',7  "  ��SBSSl  PageA-7  BORED - NOTHING TO DO', by Peter.  ^SpieivDoubl^^  GREAT-CANADIAN ANIMAL-STORES _  edited by Muriel Whitaker, Hurtig 1978,  232 pages, 112.95  MAGOOK by Magook Publishers Toronto,  $1.95 a copy, published 10 times a year.  . Peter Spier,illustrates his own stories..  In fact, his pictures tell the story! There  are only a few words beneath the detailed,  cartoon drawings.     ���      Two young boys at the national pastime  of "being bored" are told by their mother,  "Go do something. I was never bored at  your age!" The boys go to an outbuilding  in their back yard and find an old airplane  propeller. Suddenly, they know what they  are going tcTdo;    '      ~~  Tq finish their project they need  wheels, blankets, an engine, rope, Wood,  nails and glue because "you need a lot of  stuff to build an airplane". The  illustrations take us along with the boys as  they snitch-blankets from the house; the  engine from Dad's little car and even the  wheels from the baby's cmriagi  When the plan is finished the boys go  for a recklessly exciting flight, zooming  over the trees in the yard and soaring up  high in the clouds. Unfortunately, when  mother and father need ropes for the  closeline, an engine for their car and  wheels for the carriage, they angrily  demand that the boys come down. When  the two land they receive "a spanking and  a kiss" and everyone is happy���for a little  while. The boys having been sent to their  room are soon scheming another project to  avoii-boi^om-inlJQREllr^THING^  DO!    _ ;  GREAT CANADIAN ANIMAL  STORIES is not a collection of "golden  oldies'*. There are a few golden authors  but the stories are new for the most part.  Muriel Whitaker does a supreme job of  illustrating. She captures the essence of  the tales. They-^are not completely  realistic, nor are they fantasies. They are  the kind of stories that blend truth and  imagination in just the right way to appeal  to kids.  Seton _ sad by loving story called "The  Springfield Fox" will not easily be  forgotten-by children; It tells-the age-old-  tale of nature versus man in which one has  to go. The awful tragedy of necessity for  both man and beast is one that can be told  over and over but never without pain. Not  all the stories are sad. Mowat's Mutt  makes his comical appearance and Grey  Owl tells a winter's saga about how he and  .rite beaver-spent-the-long-dark days  KURT HOEHNE, right is presented  _25-year pinby Canfor chairman John  Prentice and ^ce~chainfiM^I_^I^Ctt^  Bentley. Kurt came to Canada-frbm  his native Halbau, Germany in 1952  and joined Canfor in October of 1953,  starting out on the yard crew.He soon  transferred to the machine room.and.  in 1954 became an accounting clerk.  Christel have two children, Frank and  Shirley, as well as two grandchildren. As "a" person very interested in municipal affairs,-he has  served on the Gibsons village council  for several years and has been an  active member of the Lions Club and  _the_Port .Mellon-Industrial._Credit_  Union. He's also a member of the  .  together learning about each other.  MAGOOK is a children's magazine that  has something for all youngsters who like  puzzles, comics, games and short stories.  Best of all it is thoroughly Canadian! The  authors and illustrators are Canadian, the  articles are about fascinating Canadians.  The whole magazine cum book is well  worth the price and is sure to entertain and  enrich children who can read for themselves.  In this issue, the reader can pull out a  paperback book for himself. It is a  delightful quest story by Aviva Layton  (Irving wife) entitled "The Magic  Stones)). When the magazine goes the  book stays ��� a marvellous idea. One of  MAGOOK's best features is the absence of  ads. It is a bargain that children can even  afford themselves.  -In-April of 1967 he was promoted to���concern citizens' group. In addition to-  assistant accountant. Kurt's entire 25  years with the company have been  accident-free. Kurt and his wife  all this, Kurt enjoys making things,  reading, and spending time in his  boat.   .  McNab, Mellon workers  get 25-year awards  COME STAY WITH US  at ENGLISH BA Y near STANLEY PARK  in beautiful downtown VANCOUVER  Single    $23.00 Double $26.00  Twin      $29.00 Suites from $40.00  TOLL-FREE   800-268-8993  1755   DAVIE STREET   VANCOUVER   B.C.  V6G 1W5  TELEPHONE (604) 682-1831  Attend  the Church  of  your choice  UNITED CHURCH  9:30 a.m.���St. John's. Wilson Creek  11:15. a.m.���Gibsons  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  Service and Sunday School each, Sunday  at 11:30 a.m., Wednesday Evenings 7:30.  .Allin St. John's United Church.-  Davis Bay  Phone 885-3157,  886-7882,  Sechelt P.O. Box 1514  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  Rev. t. Nicholson, Pastor  TIMES OF SUNDAY MASS  8:00 p.m. Sat. eve at St. Mary's, Gibsons  9:00 a.m. Our Lady of Lourdes, on  the Sechelt Indian Reserve  10:00 a.m. at The Holy Family Church in  Sechelt.  12 noon at St, Mary's Church in Gibsons  Ten employees of Canadian Forest  Products Ltd.'s Howe Sound Pulp Division  and one from its McNab Creek logging  operation were among a total of 52 persons  honored at the company's 50th annual 25-  year service awards banquet held  Saturday at the Hotel Vancouver.  - Induction of the 11 into the Canfor 25-  Year Club brings total club membership to  849. Howe Sound Pulp accounts for 48 of  that number, while Mainland Logging  Division, which operates McNab Camp,  has 32 members on the roster.  New Howe Sound members are Glyn  Davies, Kurt Hoehne, Ed Husby, Bill  Laing, Pete Madison, Al Olson, Des  . Plourde, BillPorter, Danny Robinson_and_.  Frank Verhulst. Charlie Lindblom is the  new member from McNab.  Weather  February 24-March 2      Low    HlPrec- ,  ' cms  February24 0.0     6.0    4.86  February 25  4.0     9.0    0.37  February26  ..5.0 ��� 8.0    0.68-  February27 1.5     8.0   0.06  Februarys  ..2.5     8.0    6.28  Marchl  0.0     6.5    0.20  March2 2.5     9.0 trace  February 28 ��� trace of snow. Wek's  rainfall ��� 6.45 cm. March to date ��� 0.20  cm, 1979 to date ��� 26.74 cm.  February 24-March 2,1978���nil. March  1-2,1978 ��� nil. January 1-March 2, ,1978 ���  27.43 cm.  FEBRUARY WEATHER  Rainfall ��� 19.25 cms, snowfall ��� 6.10  cms. Total precipitation ~ 19.86 cms.  Missing the record set in 1976 by 0.03 cms.  The 18-year February average is 13.00  cms, just exceeded last year with 13.69  cms, of which 7.8 cms. was snow.  The 4.86 cms recorded between 8 a.m.  Saturday, Feb. 24 and Sunday, Feb. 25 was  the most since October 16,1975 when 4.08  cms. were recordedi The record of 6^35  cms. was Christmas Day 1972.  Daytime high temperature ��� 9.5 C, cf  13.0 in 1078. Overnight low. temperature ���.  -3.0 C, cf -2.0 in 1978.  Approximately 760 people attended the  banquet and watched as Canfor chairman  John Prentice and vice chairman L.L.G.  Bentley presented each new member with  an engraved watch and a gold service  recognition pin.  This Top  30 Record  Survey Is  Brought  To You  Each Week  SOUND  Sunnycrc-it Centre  Gibsons  886-9111  LW  TW  1  1  DAYATHINKI'MSEXY    Rod Stewart   2  2  'ymcA'7,,',;,;;,..;. 7,'7,,.;...,,.,.,.:;,,   VlllagoPeople  3  3  HOLD THE LINE    Toto  6  4  FIRE     Pointer Sister*  5  5  SEPTEMBER  ,,,.   E.W.F,  4  6  TOO MUCH HEAVEN    Bee Gees  ?  7  EVERY 1'5 A WINNER ,,   ,,), Hot Chocolate  0  0  LOTTA LOVE    Nlcolette Larson  7  9  MY LIFE    Billy Joel  16  10  SUULMAN     Blue* Brother*  10  11  DON'T THROW IT ALL AWAY     .AndyGIbb  17  12  TRAGEDY          , .BeeGees  13  13  THE MOMENT THAT IT TAKES    Trooper  ."  14  SHARING THE NIGHT TOGETHER     Dr, Hook  15  15  Shake it .,, i,.,: '.       , ,lan Mathews  12  16  YOU DON'T BRING ME FLOWERS    Streisand/Diamond  14  17  1 LOVE THE NIGHTLIFE    Alicia Brldgoi  10  10  WAS IT YOU      , Stonebolt  22  19  A LITTLE MORE LOVE    Olivia Newton-John  24  20  SOMEWHERE IN THE NIGHT    ,,,,,.., Barry Manllow  19  21  TIME PASSAGES    Al Stewart  25  22   ,,,.Uttl��iRlv��rBand,  27  23  WHAT A FOOL BELIEVES    Doqble Brother*  20  24  HERE COMES THE NIGHT    NltkOllder  20  25  SONG ON THE RADIO    Al Stewart  21  26  HOME AND DRY    Gerry Rafferty  ...���.  27  SULTANS OF SWING    ",,, Dire Strait*  ���,���, aa.  28  ^.wUri MlM*-#"--|i*!%l4l7 _. *<*..*,.*'.*�� j..*, * * t.^#..j* .*.#.-��, *, .*.*-��* .����� ,*,* ,  .. ..��.��..*.,. ....*......�� .*.... UndaJRonitAdi.  29  FOREVER IN BLUE JEANS     Nell Diamond  26  30  MocARTHURPARK,,,,.,. ...,,,,,.  ,, '.', Donna Summit r  ...           ,          it ���  FRIDAY, MARCH 9-NOON TO 9 PM  SATURDAY, MARCH 10-10 AM-9 PM  At Capilano College we'll light the candles, cut the cake, feed  you, entertain you, do magic tricks, show and tell about science, art,  athletics, business, humanities, geography, outdoor recreation,  women's studyand a hundred more things you like to know. We'll  sing and danceTOur actors will improvisewhileour musicians play -  jazz to Bach. You can meet our authors, see our films from around  the world. You may even learn a foreign language. We'll let you  gamble and play games on our computer. See a fashion show,  dance in our disco.  AND IT WON'T COST YOU A PENNY.  IT'S OUR BIRTHDAY PARTY.  OUR 10th ANNIVERSARY.  2055 - Pureed Way, North Vancouver, B.C.  Up the hill from the Coach House,  Call 986-1911 for information  COME JOIN US!  Hunterto  finance job  As the new Sunshine Coast Regional  board finance committee chairman, Area  F director David Hunter hopes to bring a  "business-like approach to the finances of  the regional district."  "People In this district want good value  for their money," Hunter said.  Hunter was appointed finance committee chairman by board chairman Ed  Nicholson at tho last board meeting.  He replaces former chairman Charles  Lee who was asked to resign after the  majority of directors passed a motion of  non-confidence in Lee at the February 0  meeting.  Hunter says the current provisional  budget ls a "good document" which falls  within the five per cent Increase limit set  by tho provincial government.  TEMPO PRODUCTS AND CONSTRUCTION  THE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL BUILDING  TEMPO PRODUCTS & CONSTRUCTION HAVE  MANY REASONS WHY THEY ADVERTISE, THE  OBVIOUS BEING WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. BUT  APART FROM THAT, TEMPO WANTS TO MAKE  YOU, THE PUBLIC, AWARE OF NOT ONLY WHAT  TEMPO IS DOING, BUT OF THE MANY OPTIONS  AVAILABLE TO YOU AS A POTENTIAL  HOMEOWNER. FIRST, FOR THOSE WHO WANT  TO SEE WHAT THEY ARE BUYING BEFORE THEY  BUY, WE HAVE WHAT ARE CALLED SPECULATION  OR SPEC HOMES; ON~ EACH & EVERY SPEC  HOME, TEMPO HAS A 5 YR. B.C. NEW HOME  WARRANTY INSURANCE POLICY. TEMPO HAS  CONFIDENCE IN THE QUALITY OF CONSTRUCTION EXHIBITED IN THEIR HOMES AND  WANT YOU TO SHARE THIS SAME CONFIDENCE.  FEATURES:  FIREPLACE UPSTAIRS. FLUE DOWNSTAIRS,  THERMAL WINDOWS, 10x5 BAY WINDOW,  FEATURE WALL IN EVERY ROOM, FULL  BASEMENT, 250 sq. ft. FIBREGLASS DECK  LARGO RD., ROBERTS CREEK,  SPEC HOME ^~  FLOOR PLAN  1344 sq. ft.  FEATURES:  CATHEDRAL . ENTRANCE, FIREPLACE UPSTAIRS, FLUE DOWNSTAIRS, THERMAL  WINDOWS, FEATURE (WOOD) WALLS, 700  sq. ft. SUNDECK/CARPORT READY FOR  POOL TABLE IN BSMNT. LARGE, TREED LOT.  CAROLE PLACE, GIBSONS  SPEC HOME  FLOOR PLAN  1200 sq. ft.  NOTE; Tempo has two more SPEC homes on-golng In Sechelt.  Simply ask for further details. Tempo also has lots available  TEMPO PRODUCTS AND CONSTRUCTION ALSO  BUILDS HOMES FOR THE MORE AFFLUENT OF  OUR SOCIETY. PICTURES BELOW . 2600 sq. ft.  MULTI-LEVEL, THERMAL PANE WOODEN WINDOWS, OAK FLOORING, CEDAR INTERIOR FINISH  In both Gibsons and Sechelt. One of these may be right for  youl  ON WALLS, 2 CUSTOM FIREPLACES, SKYLIGHTS,  ETC., ETC. IT CAN BE SEEN WE ARE NOT  RESTRICTED TO WHAT COULD BE TERMED AN  AVERAGE HOME.  REDROOFFS  ROAD  TEMPO ALSO DESIGNS HOMES. YOU MAY  ALREADY HAVE A GOOD IDEA OF WHAT YOUR  HOME SHOULD LOOK LIKE. SO ALL WE THEN DO  IS GET IT DOWN ON PAPER AND HAVE IT  BLUEPRINTED. BUT THAT IS NOT ALL WE CAN DO  FOR YOU. TEMPO PRODUCTS & CONSTRUCTION  CAN PROBABLY HELP YOU WITH THE FINANCING  OF  YOUR  HOME.   BY  EXAMPLE,  AS  A  POTENTIAL CUSTOMER, WE WOULD TAKE YOUR  CREDIT APPLICATION AND IF YOU QUALIFYTOR  A MORTGAGE FROM THE SOURCES AVAILABLE,  YOU CQULD BE RESIDING IN YOUR NEW HOME  WITHIN A WEEK. ALL IT TAKES IS A STEADY JOB,  A SMALL AMOUNT OF CASH AND YOU, TOO,  COULD ASSUME ONE OF TEMPOS ASSUMABLE  MORTGAGES.  SO DON'T HESITATE TO GIVE TEMPO A CALL AT 886-2706; ITS EASIER THAN  YOU  PROBABLY THOUGHT IT EVERY COULD BE.  CAN WE BUILD ONE FOR YOU???  DON'T MISS YOUR OPPORTUNITY OP A LIFETIME.  ACTNOWIM   f��t%w?_f* i c_y_ii_rv  UKE.U LblVIIYi  886-2706  ���In last week's ad Mr*. Gwen Robertson was omitted from the homes built Hit. Alio Mrs.  P.  Hilton's      V  name  was   misspelled.  as  s  T Police report  Sechelt RCMP are still investigating a  break-in at the Peninsula Times February  ~24;1^ff35inm camerasra Canon AEl-and-  Pentax KM, 100 mm lens and a flash unit  were stolen when entry was gained by  forcing a wooden panel from a side, door.  AB.C. Tel truck was stolen from behind  Wharf Realty and approximately $2,000  damage was caused. It was found at the  intersection of Wharf Ave. and Dolphin.  After the Pender , Harbour 7High  School's alarm was activated February 27,  investigation found that entry had been  attempted to the basement near the  swiniming pool.  RCMP are investigating a report that a  small bush fire had been set on Tsawcome  Properties February 27. .  -��� A-case-of-oil-valued.-at_$45_-was stolen _.  from outside Suncoast Chrysler February  28. The next day, a truck on the lot was  vandalized.  A broken window was* reported in  Gibsons Elementary School March 1. Gas  Western wheel & parts ltd.  COMPLETE LINE OF TRUCK PARTS.  NEXT TO T&T WELDING  E. PORPOISE BAY RD.  SECHELT  Of f let 813-521S  Res. EVM-M5-MU'  Res. Eves -MM-50  was stolen from a car in Gibsons February'"  26.     " -������'���.''.'  Charges are pending against a Juvenile .  who was apprehended after a break and 7  "entry-at-Elphinstone -High���School  February 26.  Stop signs were knocked over February  25 at Seaview Rd., Beach Ave., Marine  Dr:, Bals Lane, and Glenn Rd.  Craigan still  Band chief  Hoping there would be "more interest  from the younger people to take on the  ^p5_nft6h7^Se^elt^^  Calvin Craigeh! said he was "surprised" to  be elected to his third two-year term as  band chief by acclamation.  Chief Craigan was acclaimed to the  position following the band elections  February 19.  Ann V.Q.  Jeffries  and  -Barbara Joe were-eleeted to tho ceuneil-  PageA-8  The Peninsula Times  Wednesdav. March 7,1979  Use 'Times' Adbrlefs to Soil, Rent, Buy. Swap etc.  THE HOTEL and store at livings Landing owned and operated by Joe Gonzales and his son-in-law Theodire Dames. Mr. Gonzales was the original settler  of Madeira Park, naming it after his place of origin, Madeira Island: Mrs. Ida  Higgs, nee Donley, who grew up at Donley's Landing across the Harbour from  Irvings Landing, talks about those early days with Bert Nelson on the third of  the Pioneers of the Sunshine Coast programs, to be shown March 14 on Cable 10  at 6 p.m. in Gibsons and 7:30 p.m. in Sechelt. The dividing line between the  systems is Maskell Road. Shown courtesy of Coast Cablevisision and Mr. Carl  Bobardt. Photograph courtesy of Mrs; Ida Higgs.  <_____*_OS*-t��  sm-sm*  The third of the Pioneers of the Sunshine Coast programs will be shown on  Cable 10 on Wednesday, March 14 at 6 p.m.  in Gibsons Cablevision and 7:30 p.m. in  Sechelt. The dividing line between the two  videotape shown in Pender Harbour' on  March 15 ��� please watch for details next  WG6K*  Surmycrto. Mail, Olbsons.  "FOR THE FINEST IN  DINING PLEASURE"  ���AUTHENTIC CHINESE FOOD  'WESTERN FOOD Served Promptly & Courteously  WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION  TO OUR STAFF. RONALD CHOY. of HONG KONG,  WITH 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN CHINESE CUISINE  Business Hours: Tue-Sat. - 4:30 pm-12,pm  Sun - 4:30 pm - 9:30 pm  (Closed Mondays)  FREE HOME DELIVERY (within Village of Gibsons) "Your Fully  Licensed & Family Restaurant".  for the first time and Stan Joe and Ted  Dixon were re-elected.  ""Gilbert Joe was defeated after four  terms in office. Also defeated was Valerie.  Joe. Lloyd Jeffries did not run for reelection.  m��9  is Eating your can  BUT YOU CAN SPOIL ITS APPETITE WITH A  THOROUGH STEAM CLEANING OF THE UNDERSIDE  OF YOUR CAR.  cau Coast Power Cleaning  885-9316  NOW!!. .... BEFORE ITS TOO LA TE.  systems is Maskell itoad.  Mrs. Ida Higgs of Gower Point Road  talks to Bert Nelson about growing up in  Pender Harbour. Her parents, Robert and  Clara Donley, came to Bargain Harbour in  1909 and camped on the beach near the  Japanese logging camp. The following  year they bought Edgecome Island and  moved over there, where Ida's brother Bill  was born in 1912, the first white child born  in the Bargain Harbour area. In 1913 the  family moved to what became known as  Donley's Landing on the eastern entrance  to Pender Harbour where Robert Donley  built a store, the first of several. This  building which also housed the first school  and was the place where residents voted in  elections, is still standing and lived in.  Robert Donley must have been a  remarkable man, he'd lost an arm in an  explosion in Detroit, yet he cleared land,  built cabins, wharves and floats, and a  large smokehouse. The smokehouse in  which some of the bricks salvaged from  the older cannery in Bargain Harbour  were used, was for smoking herring, the  kippers sold to such far away places as  Britain-and Australia attracted the first  Scottish settlers to the area who brought  their families to live in the cabins built up  the hillside behind the store.  Mrs. Higgs recalls many interesting  stories of the resourceful people who  settled this area, on her first train ride on  Anderson's logging train, of the Rev.  Pringle from Vananda who kept a small  library in the store, of the Gonzales of  Irvings Landing and many others.  Arrangements are being made to have the  GARDEN BAY  MARINE  SERVICES LTD.  Sinclair Bay Road  Just up & over the hill  VOLVO/PENTA - CHRYSLER  HOURSTON GLASCRAFT  EZ LOAD- MERCRUISER  Immediate Repair Service���7 days a week  883-2722  PK&fflHor Our Rates on  Winterizing and Storage  BOAT MOVING  SUNSHINE COAST T.V/S  tt  n  on till the end of March.  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Ft. with Ico Maker 1 ONLY....,;      '7691  RANGES  ADMIRAL EP3D78 30" ELECTRIC RANGE  '395  00  ADMIRAL E3M78-CONTIHUOUS CLEAN A MATIC OVEN  Digital clock, Auto Varl fifroll Grill Tlmod Automatic OutUt., 2 largo C  Elomonts, Spoclal ilmmor EUmont, Spoclal High Speed EUmont **  lONLY .'.      i  ���������_����� �� ��� i i  i * �� i * t ���  439'  ������ '��� ,^fc'i��W^!tW��'-* . jm-"��  ���It's the Service  .����  ����_ftE  REGULAR PRICE  bU!_>_.Jt_  /       ��� i  AN EXCLUSIVE VALUE  FROM  sunshine: COAST TV  Cowrie Street, Sechelt i.    '<  OFF TO A new location next to Sunnycrest Mail, ihe jtourist booth, for-  merly at Langdale, was moved  Saturday by Gibsons Building Supplies and J&B Excavating volunteers. It will be more central and also  be the business access centre.  ���Barry Reeves photo  Section B  Wednesday, March 7,1979  Pages 1-8  Walk it to me!  J  Court briefs  ���atmnm  =3  IMPORTANT  PUBLIC MEETING  THE SUNSHINE COAST RESOURCE  SOCIETY'S ANNUAL MEETING  WILL BE HELD AT ELPHINSTONE  HIGH SCHOOL ~AT 7:30" pfnT  MARCH 15.  MR WARREN McKIBBIN. WILL  SPEAK ABOUT THE IMPORTANT  CHANGES BEING MADE AT ST.  MARY'S HOSPITAL.  EVERYONE WELCOME.  Bad record gets $500  ���"���r*"  "You have a bad record that indicates  to me a drinking problem," Judge C.I.  Walker told Jakob Klausen, 47, of Port  Mellon last week in Sechelt Provincial  Court.  Klausen changed his not guilty plea to  refusing to take a breathalyser test  midway through his trial and was fined  $500. The Crown dropped an impaired  driving charge submitting lack of  evidence: ~. i  Klausen was charged Last December  _after_ he _was followed.from the Gibsons.  Legion and pulled over near Armour's  Beach.  Defence lawyer Robert Reid asked that  Klausen's steady employment record be  considered and that a jail term not be  given though this was Klausen's third  alcholo-related conviction.  A woman, who according to her defence  lawyer, has had "some difficulty coping  with daily management type of events,"  since the death of her husband in 1977 was  fined $250 after being found, guilty of  WISHES lO ANNOUNCE  WE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAYS  TILL FURTHER NOTICE  SUNSHINE COAST TV  SALES ft SERVICE  IN THE  v  OF SECHELT  Now Open MONDAY - SATURDAY, 9:30am - 5:30 pm  885*816    Admiral  Ask about our <^g> Mark of Quality  "Package" d*al*. APPLIANCES ft TELEVISIONS  CHIMNEYSWEEP  Any time is a good time  to clean your chimney.  *W�� build th��m n��w and repair th��m.  *W* know how to iwMp and clean them "with the  bo��t equipment mpney can buy".  PIPE AND STOVE CLEANING  ���SERVING THE PENINSULA FOR MORE THAN TEN YEARS  S.C. PENINSULA ���  Leave menage with DEAN at 885-2159  Burnaby-7370 Gllley Avenue 433-3137  Whistler Mountain 932-5732  DIVISION OF H. BANKA MASONRY LTD.  IT IS NOT NECESSARY  ill  to Icnyc TI|o. I'ctiinHiilii  for Memorial l/iim:rul Service*.  Why deal with strangors when the Peninsula friends aro always  available to give Immediate service 24 hours a day  i  WW**  I    I  f.':   Stump tie Smafote &*<ut ���--       -"   **     '���    '.���������' ..-....,,���..���.,.         :... .-,. .,.,..������.,,    .I.... ������ DflH-  Seavlew Rd., Olbsoni 886-9551  DAN DEVLIN, Director u-  t  driving with a blood-alcohol level of over  .08.  Suzanne Florence Boulter, 40, of  Revelstoke was charged April 11, 1978,  after she drove off the road about two  kilometres east of the Peninsula Hotel on  Highway 101.  "I am taking into account the accident  was not your fault," Judge Walker said,,  "but you had been drinking a lot.  ���"You probably weren'trmuclrbetter  than the person with you. If your circumstances weren't.as .poor,_ you would  have been fined $600."  "Now, if you are in any further difficulties of this type, you will probably go  to jail," he said.  Gilles Michael Pelletier of Sechelt was  fined $200 for driving while disqualified.  Brian Scouiar was fined $250 for  driving without insurance.  Kerry George Bjornson of Gibsons was  fined   $100   for   driving   without   con-.;  sideration to others. A second charge oti  failing   to riyield   righfeof-way   to   ana  . emergency vetucle was dismissed. 'i  Bonnie Haime of Gibons was fined $35  for drivihg with an expired driver's  licence.  Extradition possible  Shannon evades,  not sentenced  Convicted murderer and prison  escapee Robert James Shannon can be  extradlcted back to Canada if he is picked  up in a foreign country after a B.C.  Supreme Court decision Feb. 22 not to  sentence him "in absentia".  Justice Kirke Smith was to have  determined at that hearing how many  years Shannon would serve in prison  before becoming eligible for parole.  Crown counsel Leonard Doust asked for  the case to be adjourned indefinitely  because if Shannon had been given a  sentence in absentia the case would be  technically "complete" and it would be  Impossible to have the fugitive extradlcted  back to Canada from any foreign country.  Shannon, 35, also known as Shaun  Ersklne McCord, sawed his way out of the  Oakalla remand center Jan. 28 while  awaiting his sixth sentencing hearing after  being convicted by a Jury last April of the  second-degree murder of Bill Black in  Roberts Creek on Remembrance Day,  1976.  The crime carries an automatic sentence of life imprisonment, with a  minimum of 10 and up to 25 years without  parole.  Shannon escaped the peninsula after  the cocaine-related murder and was  returned from Mexico Dec. 4, 1976.  Seminar in  family history  Do you want to learn how to find your  ancestors? Aro you interested finding out  where your forefathers came from, and  what about the skeletons in the closets.?  On March 24, Saturday, 9:30 a.m.-3:30  p.m. tho Family History Assoclaton of  Canada will bo offering a one-day seminar  In Elphinstone Secondary School, Room  110.  An Instructor from.tho Association will  present the theoretical and practical  aspects of searching for your ancestors,  Each participant will receive a kit Including tho basic forms necessary for  teglwitag.ihfiir.riaiwrch.. _ -JL-  Tho fee la |6 tq |>e paid in class, PJcasp  proroglator with Continuing Education,  665-3512,9 a.m, - 4 p.m. before March 20.'  Heart Disease kills about 80,000  Canadians yearly.  mid do i  ��� Highly-resistant to  scuffs, dents and  scratches.  ��� Won't crack, check or splinter.  D Won't fade or darken with age.  =@4Jr^hmsfa.d^rfaT.e^w  damp cloth.  ��� Installs with nails or contact cement.  Ask us for free literature.       ^  GUARANTEED! ���  FLAME SPREAD RATED!  *''  * *  CITATION  Citation Pre-finished Woodgrains are  beautiful reproductions of notable woods.  Smooth-finish panels are random planked  with channel grooves. Available in White  Oak, Bayou Pecan, Sienna Oak, Light-  wood Hickory.  STOCKADE  Stockade Pre-finished panelling is a realistic reproduction of weather-etched  planking.-Grain so deeply-embossed you  can feel it! Comes in Buckskin Brown,  Charcoal Grey, Antique, and Palomino  White.  PRICE PER 4'x 8 PANEL  PRICE PER 4'x 8'PANEL  ,&?mis\m  HOMKTEADER-^--���  Homesteader Pre-finished panelling has  the deep texture of aged, knotty cedar.  The random planks are cross-grooved to  suggest end matching. Available in Fir-  tone, Burnished Brown, Corral Grey,  Colonial White.  PRICE��ER41x8 PANEL  11.95  MAJWR HOUSE,  "Nfanor House Pire^inished brick panelling'  isan outstanding reproduction of weath7  ered, bonded brickwork. The panels are  designed to carry an unbroken brick pattern across the wall. Available in Alpine  -White,Sierra Gold, Westminster Red  PRICEPER4x8 PANEL  14.99  -.va?     *3��3 8     ��> 5> _&* '}��ffv~_a_! c��  HACIENDA  Hacienda Pre-finished panelling reproduces the three-dimensional texture of  lightly-trowelled, bone white stucco.  RUSTIC STONE  Rustic Stone panels have the texture  and feel of uncut stone. Mortar lines at  sides and ends ensure hidden joints  vertically as well as horizontally. Colors: Sudbury Brown, Chateau While.  PRICE PER 4x 8'PANEL  11.95  PRICE PER 4 X 8' PANEL  16.95  ^f  ^  PRE FINISHING MOULDINGS  COVES, BASES, CASINGS  14e-19c PER FT.  IN A VARIETY OF COLORS.  "v ���...  ECONOMY 2x4  12c ft.  VISA  688-1  ECONO PRECUTS  79* each  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Sunthin* Coast Hwy, Olbsons  and at     886-8141  "FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS"   v  !��� ._.:-���!....  PHONE  885-3231  Pajej^l JTj^^^ Fnr ^  CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES  Phone 885-3231  Real Estate  Cars and Trucks  For Sale  For Sale  Published Wednesdays by  The Peninsula Times  for Westpres Publications Ltd.  at Sechelt. B.C.  Established 1963  7300 Copies Distributed  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One Insertion $2.15  Deaths, Card of Thanks, In  Memoriam, Marriage and  Engagement Notices are $7.00  (up to 14 lines) and 60c per line  afteV that. Four words per line,  Birth Notices, Coming Events  _ ���tak,e regular classified rates.  Ad-Briefs must be paid for in  advance by Saturday, 5 p.m.  ', )o receive cash discount.  ~ "Three Insertions'"  ^-ByMail  Subscription Rates:  "Ext ftrtlffer^-words)  60c-  Display Ad-Briefs  $3.60 per column inch  Box Numbers $1.00 extra  Legal or Reader advertising 30c  per agate fine.  Local Area $7.00 yr."  Outside Local Aroa $8.00 yr.  U.S.A   $10.00yr.  Overseas $11.00 yr.  Senior Citizens,  *    Local Area $6.00  Single Copies 15c ea.  2 BDRM mod. home, ample  attic and bsmt storage. Eff.  heated. Also 2 bdrm large  mod. duplex. For particulars  ph. 885-2014. 3671-16  1 BDRM SUITE in Gibsons,  living room, dining room,  kitchen, bthrm with shower,  spacious, carpeted thro*. $225  g.r mo. incl. utilities. Phone  huck Dowman; Century  West Real Est. (1978) Ltd. 885-  3271. 3756-15        HOUSE on acreage, Roberts  -PRIVATE-- SALE: ���auto Greek-area- Couples_or_  ���wreckingy-towingf-car-sales���ladies,preferred.4l90 per mo  PRIVATE BAKESHOP in  Powell River Plaza, B.C.  'The Only One', top location,  top condition. Gross expect  $100,000. Asking $50,000 plus  stock. Ph. 483-43.90 eves,  daytime 485-6814. 3725-15  LUCRATIVE Sporting Goods  business in sunny Okanagan  with or without building.  Reasonably priced. Ph. 495-  7427 eves. Write Box 192,  Osoyoos,B.C.V0HlV0. 3730-  15 '  SELMA PARK, mod. 6 yr old,  no bsmt, stone FP. 150x80  lot. Emclosed back yard  where you can park cars. 1480  ft living space & more. Only  >,000.885^9328. 3744-17  EXTRA LARGE serviced lot  (140x130') in quiet country  subdivision. 3 mi. from  Gibsons. Cleared w-some  view. Reas. priced at $12,500.  886-7304 or 886-7860.      3750-17  WANTED: WFT or view ppty  with water access. Reply,  -C;E.~Parr, 5070-Redonda Dr.r  73 VEGA, '67 Dodge Dart  convertible, '62 Rambler  wagon. Offers. 885-3409.   3665-  .16  COMET GT low mile, 1972  , with 4 like-new Michelin  radials on mags and 2 with  studs, new disc brakes and  shocks, radio,, scoop, V-8,  offers to $3,400.885-2503.  3762-15  '75 FORD 4x4. $7,000.885-5687.  3748-15  -'75FORD %T, ps,-pb, radio, 8-  LUMBER: 2x4s -10 ft; 2x6s -  20 ft; 3x8s-60ft; 2xl0s-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 1).  Book early  885-2600  3408-tfn  LGE  AMT.   of  embroidery  -paint,~$65; % size-black 120-  DOMINION Colchester metal  lathe w-all attachments,  $4750; 500 amp Westinghouse  welder c-w leads, $750; '65  Barracuda, real nice, $2150.  Call 792-2146, Chilliwack, B.C.  3726-15  DICK GOLDAMMER Designs  Specialty Housing. Makes  and coordinates development  proposals, presentations,  government submissions and  -negotiations. Personally  serves any place with airstrip.  Call 929-4652, North Vancouver. '       3728-15  on Hwy. 97.  Will take  Large turnover.  HD  equip't  or  885-5675, ref's req'd.     3695-15  ��r--Van^Vm-3K2.^^  3578-15  Announcement*  4A/anted-  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous  Meeting, every Thurs., 8:30  pm, Wilson Creek Community  Hall. 885-2896 or 885-3394. 4816-  tf  GUITAR SCHOOL opening.  Refer to  article  in  this  paper. 886-9205. 3754-15  Card of Thanks  I WOULD like to thank the  doctors & nurses of St.  Mary's Hospital, also the  many visits, cards & gifts  from friends & relations  during my stay in the hospital,  and a very special thanks to  Mr. and Mrs. George Wagman  of Selma Park, Andy Ait-  chison. 3763-15  I WOULD like to express my  deep appreciation to the  nurses & staff on the second  floor of St. Mary's Hospital  who were so land to my wife ur  the past 7 years. Rod Pierce        3735-15  DELIVER catalogues. & take  orders in your own area.  Flexible hrs. or use our phone  plan. For details call 885-2559.  3753-17  PART-TIME permit recorder  for Sechelt. Ideal for  housewife or retired person.  Apply Reg Keil, PO Box 34080,  Stn. D, Vancouver V63 4M8.  /   3715-15  PIPELINE & Northern Jobs.  Earn up to $3,000 per mo.  Learn how to secure these and  other high-aying jobs. Send  long self-addressed stamped  envelope for further details  regarding informative Labour  Market Guide: LMES-1, Box.  7810, Stn. A, Edmonton, Alta. ,  T5J3G6. 3720-tf  IN SMITHERS requires experienced Parts person.  Salary   commensurate   with  -experience- Send_complete_  resume to: Parts Manager,-  -O'Neill's Chev^Olds,_Box_190,_  Smithers,B.C. 3732-15  Property part pay't. Box 252,  Williams Lake Tribune, 188 N  1st. Ph. 3924738.     .     3736-16  7 Wanted to Rent  ��� ���    mTTPTP. with (.h_\i_r a hnVr^  cottage on WF or near  beach. Reasonable rent. 885-  9258. 3553-15  WF COTTAGE  9079 eves.  for rent. 886-  3703-15  2 BDRM mobile home for renl  w-storage room. 885-2014.  3710-17  TJNFPRN'D  2  bdrmr-$225.  Redrooffs Rd  320 ACRE Ranch (no  dwelling). Outbuildings,  corrals, streams, prime  building sites, terrific access,  power, phone. Consider sale  separate Y_s. Box 413, Telkwa,  B.C. or 846-5827. 3729-15  SENIOR COUPLE wish to  rent summer cottage or-  mobile home within walking  distance beach & shopping. 1  mo. Sechelt pref. July or Aug.  Non-smokers, non-drinkers,  very clean and quiet. Mrs. W.  Hayden, 417E. 14th St., North  Van., or ph. 988-8229. Ref's  call Hazel 885-9263.       3702-15  19 YR OLD girl wants furn'd  . or semi-furn'd 1 bdrm suite  or house. Have ref's. Sechelt  area. Call Linda, 885-9067. '  ���    3708-15  3 BDRM home on farmland to  rent or lease. 886-9316. 3711-  17  HOUSE with some charm &  sea view, year round for 1  person, on Sechelt Peninsula  or- - Gulf���Islands._ Pls.___call_  Vancouver, 738-9074, Judith  -Stapleton.  3714-15  Mobile Homes  sliding wdw, new exhaust,  shocks & rr brakes. 41,000 mi.  $3700 obo. 885-9203.       3746-15  '77 TOYOTA Corona 4 dr stn  wgn, 2.2 ltr, 5 spd, ps, low  mi, excel't cond'n, snow tires  & rims. $5200.885-9232. 3751-17  REWARD: $50 to anyone who  885-3167 or 885-9882.      3577-15  HOMELITE    Super   Mini  chainsaw, 1% yrs; used very  little, 16" bar, $125.885-5252.  3605-15  Personal  Work Wanted  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-  f charge accepted.        4325-tfn  NEED A DIVORCE? For free  information      and  firofessional. fast, inexpensive  awyer-designed   services,  contact: Vancouver Divorce  Service,  No.   8  -  1734   W.  -Broadwayr Vancouver,-B.G.  V6J1Y1. Ph. 736-2684.   3718-17  For Rent  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  care for your tree  Let us  needs:  -Topping  rFalluiE  ig  -Limbing  Insured Work  "Our reputation  speaks for itself"  ph. 885-2109  3283-tf  MRS. JACEA. Spiritual, tarot  card, palm reader. Past,  present, future, business,  love, marriage. If bad luck  experienced write problems  with full date of birth and send  with $10 to 2633 E. Hastings  St., Vancouver, B.C. V5K1Z5.  Ph. 255-3246. 3719-15  VITAMIN DISCOUNTS.  Introductory Sale: C-500 mg  w-Rosehips 100 - $2.75; E-.00  iu mixed tocopheryl 100 -  $5.95; Lecithin 19 gr (1200 mg)  100 - $3.95; Cocoa Butter Skin  Creme 4 oz - $3.00; Pure "E"  Skin Oil 28,000 iu 1 oz - $5.00:  Henna Shampoo and Rinse 8  oz - $3.00 ea. Orders receive  catalogue,' vitamin chart,  cosmetic list FREE; without  order $1.00. Visa, Master  Charge accepted, include  acct. no., expiry date. B.C.  residents add 5 pet. sales tax.  $1.00 postage and handling for  orders under $10. Payable to  Vitamin Discounts, Box 69337-  S, Stn. K. Vancouver, B.C.  V5K 4W5. Tell A Friendi 3738-  10  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 Mastcrchargeupprovcd.  4324-tfn  Help Wanted  I (HELP GREENPEACE  Helpl! Sellers urgently  needed for tho Greenpeace  'Go Anywhere' lottery. Make  money I Save life! 11 Important Notice 11 During the  mail strike Greenpeace 'Go  Anywhere' lottery tickets will  1)0 distributed by Greenpeace  volunteers. The number to tall  In this area Is: 89W8&1 or  Greenpeace Vancouver 736-  0321. 4921-tfn  CH aTlRNQINO sales  position available In advertising department of  Cariboo community  newspaper. Managerial advancement possible for right  person.   Retail   sales   ex-  Eerlonce and marketing  nckground an asset. Send  resume in confidence to  Paulctte Ernst, Mgr. Din,  Cariboo Observer, Box 4460.  Quesnel, B.C. V2J3J3. ��� 3477-tf  START right away- to cam  money in your own area, at  your own time. Car helpful.  mm.. 3604-10  Use Timet Adbrlef 11  WINDOW CLEANING  -Hourlyor Contract���  free estimates  -���885^735_days_  TRAILER  spaces   in  West  Sechelt.    1    doublewide  24 x 40 singes. 885-2079.    4224-  tfn  FOR RENT:   Wilson Creek  Community   Hall.    Call  Mabel Dooley at 885-98047...  ' 3691-tf  MAPLE CRESCENT Apartments. 1, 2 & 3 bdrm apts.  Reas. rent. Incl. heat,  cablevision; stove, fridge. 886-  7836 or apply Apt. No. 103-A.  4121-tfn  2BDRM home, fridge* stove  incl. $250 per mo. 885-9203.  3747-15  WEST SECHELT. Immaculate 1 yr. old home,  1,264 sq. ft. on main floor, 2  fireplaces, rumpus room den,  4 bdrms. Avail. April 1. No  pets. $400 per month or $380  lease. Ph. 885-2980.       362746  2 BDRM house, WF Sechelt  area. 4354461. 3630-16  Real Estate   HAVE IT all! Roberts Creek,  view, 1300 sq. ft, 3 bdrm, 2  bath, family rm, fireplace,  large lot, 1% yrs. old, $53,500.  Owner White Rock, after 6  p.m. Ph. 536-7386. 3660-16  LANGLEY - __3 bdrm_  Townhouse. 1351 sq ft, lockup- garage. Near- park,  Newlands golf course,  swimming pool, shopping,  schools. Immediate  possession. Low fifties.' Mr.  Youds, Box 176, Qualicum  Beach, B.C.V0E2T0.   3724-15  2 BDRM hooe, Sechelt area.  Fully furn'd. Stone's throw  from beach. Fantastic view on  % acre. Loads of extras. Near  marine, boating & fishing.  Sacrifice at $39,000 obo. 98T  8463.      7 3572-15  L & M Radiators, 1449  Charlotte Rd., N. Van. 986-  5334, Automotive & Industrial  cooling specialists. Pick up &  delivery can be arranged. Call  now for fast, economical  service. 4024-tfn  '72  MODULINE   12x48,   2  bdrm, good cond., $8,400 or  offer. 926-1024. 3296-tfn  '74 EMBASSY. 12 x 64 reverse  aisle. 3 bdrm, furn'd includ.  washer, dryer. Good  cond.  Call after 5.885-2472.    3659-16  finds buyer  Coronet 4 dr,"  runs well. 1st  5634 aft. 3  %   TON  TRUCK   camper,  fridge, 3 burner range w-  _��__��__*_  tank,  3760-15  12x66' 4 BDRM.  quick     sale,  anytime.  Priced for  885-2600  3489-tf  3527-tf  1  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  CLAPP CONCRETE  Placing and Finishing. All  types of Concrete Work.  Patios, Floors, Foundations.  Driveways, Custom Work.  Concrete leakage problems.  Seepage or high pressure  leaks.  Phone Wayne Clapp  for free estimates  885-2125  after 7 p.m.  Box 1341 Sechelt  4437-tfn  SPRING CLEANING - need  holp? 886-7069,886-9324.  3571-15  EVERGREEN Garden  Maintenance. Last chance  for fruit tree priming. Book  now for Rototllliiig. 885-5033 or  886-2668. 3679-16  HEAVY EQUIP'T operator  seeking employment, Wil)  relocated anywhere In B.C.  Experience mostly on grader,  dozer and loader. Ph. 305-2175,  100 Mile House, B.C. Box 1010.  V0K2E0. 3721-15  Business Opportunities  EXCELLENT business opportunity: become a  Chimney Sweep. AU eauip't  needed plus training. Call Lcc  Christian anytime. 003-0171.  3554-tf  DAWSON CITY-Retail Store:  Grocery, Hardware, etc.  Volume $650,000; also 3 bdrm  house. Details write "Yukon",  , 2500 - 1177 W. Hastings St.,  Vancouver, B.C. or phone  (004)685-3511. 3046-15  Here is a first-class opportunity tdowri & operate a  vending route in PR and-or  Sechelt, Gibsons turn Low  investment very high return.  Requires 4 hrs. once a month  to service.  Ph.  Stride In-  mmmwjm;m-��&tiw tor*  full Information. 8200-15  IN-STORE    BAKERY    In  Kamloops Shopping Mall.  For further info. ph. 673-3470.  372M5  COTTAGES,    weekly    or  ���monthlyr���HorcsoJ  units,   furnished,   TV. "Ritz  Motel. 886-2401. 4249-tfn  3   BDRM   HOUSE,   lower  Gibsons. Beautiful view.  Extra rm. in bsmt. 886-9957.  3673-16  W. SECHELT waterfront.  Fully furn'd 4 bdrm home on  excel't beach. Fridge, stove,  washer, dryer, freezer, dishwasher, auto oil heat. Until  June 28. Ph. 224-1876.    3458-tf  BDRM  WF   fully  furn'd  cottage, $225 per mo. Avail.  " -1- "r 3530-tf  immed. 883-9098.  1 BR APT in Sechelt. Stove it  fridge & heat incl. $185. 885-  9344. 3244-tf  1 BDRM trailer, no pets. $195  per mo. 885-2079.        3339-tf  2 BDRM cottage, near beach.  $195 per mo. 926-1024.3555-15,  NEW 3  BR  house,  Wilson  Creek.    Fridge,    stove,  drapes, incl.  $310  per  mo.  Refa. 885-2235. 3580-15  HOUSE   FOR   RENT.   W.  Sechelt. 3 bdrm, basement,  2 yrs old. $350 per mo. 885-  2762. 3609-15  .  Renting  One bodroom  apartments  Balconies  ' Colored Appliances  View  ' Wall to wall carpet  ' Drapes  Intercom  1 Controlled Entrance  ' Cablevlslon  Rent from $190.00  Call DOUG FERRIS  885-2283  HALFMOON BAY  $40,900  -EBRGQrA-  ' 1/2 ACRE LOT  1 3 YEAR OLD HOME  ' FULL BASEMENT  ' ADDITIONAL   BEDROOM  ��� DOWN  ' SUNDECK   WITH   CARPORT UNDER  INCLUDE    l/50th    INTEREST   IN   WATERFRONT  LOT.  CALL  885-3583  1970 2  BDRM  MH,   good  cond'n. 885-5030.        3563-15  DID YOU know the deals are  ��� great at SuncoastChrysler,_  885-5111. DL 2180. 3619-15  Boats and Engines  HEADWATER MARINA LTD  Good winter moorage  1.25 per foot-  20 ton marine ways  DRYLAND STORAGE  Down Narrows Rd.  Madeira Park  883-2406 24 hrs.  4900-tfn  WANTED: approx 14' alum.  boat & trader. Must be in  good; cond'n'. No motor. 112-  922-7474 or Box 310 D, Sechelt.  3557-15  _24iZETAhardtop, 225_Chey_orL  Volvo leg.  Full  galley,  loaded with, extras. Excel't  cortd'n. 886-7004:   2 BDRM WF home, 462-7563.   -..����� - .-.-, 3611-15..  GO TO Hawaii In style. Ask  for details at Suncoast  Chrysler, 885-5111. DL 2180.  3618-15  .^^mmmmmmmmmmtm~'*m~��m��nm iiniiii !imimmmmm-mm...,���  WilW"�� ' IP mmm_r #^> fc^Wp#��^^#^P ftM#9MV9MMHHHvr^r"'  to share rent on furn'd WF  home. Working woman, share  rent of $236 per mo. winter &  $600 for 4 summer months.  Work88IWJ271. 3765-17  '74 HD HAYES logging truck,  Peerless log trailer, elec  scales, 350 eng, 12^5-13 trails,  44 rears, good rubber, most  components new. Ph. 295-7407  or 295-3383 aft. 6 pm.     3727-15  '72 GMC Van, IT, carpet,  insulated, swivel seats,  tach, gauges. Needs eng.  work. $1200. 1391 Gower Pt.  Rd. 369645  '74      DODGE      Coronet,  economical Slant 6. No rust,  $900,886-2929. 3699-17  '77  CUTLASS Supreme,  T-  roof,  35,000 mi.   excel't  cond'n. 883-9482 aft. 5.883-2722  days. 3700-17  CLEANJ74^hev   %T   w-  courtesy T>ox. "49,000   mi.  Good cond'n. $2900 obo. 886-  7755 aft. 57       "       3712-17  -Bi  manual  portable typewriter w-  carrying case, like new, $125.  885-3527 eves. 3612-15  HAPPINESS is a new car and  a trip to Hawaii from  Suncoast Chrysler. Ask for  details, 885-5111. DL 2180.3622-  15  SHELL of 'Silverliner' tent  trailer, good tires, new  wheel bearings, new wiring,  needs new canvas, sleeps 6.  $200,885-5252. 3606-15  STD. INTERIOR door, 31%"  wide x 6' 8", $15 obo. 886-  9275 Sat. & Sun. 3674-16  Campers and Trailers  FOR SMALL truck, sleeps 3  nicely. Has stove, fridge,  asking $1,200.885-2051 eves.  3629-16  HEAVY DUTY utility trailer  , new tires, $375.885-3674.  .-���-.-    3636-15  8' VANGUARD camper, 1974,  good cond'n, $1500. 885-2481  or 885-5407. 3698-17  Livestock  SELKIRK INSULATED  , CHIMNEYS  Best prices on Coast  MACLEODS-SECHELT   4527-tfn  -BRAND - NEW Metal  Newsstands, never used, set  up for 15 cents but can be  changed. Ideal for community  newspapers. We have 19 of  these newsstands for sale for  $1,700 or $100 each. Write  Times Printing & Publishing,  1422 Pembroke Ave., North  Vancouver, V7P 2S1 or phone  980-7531 days, evening 922-  7761. 3643-tfn  30* TROLLER with valid C  licence. 886-2060.       3685-16  CERTIFffiD~Farrier, Hans  Berger is coming to Coast.  349Hf���eontact-Sunshine-Farm���898-        3751. 994-tfn  PENDER HARBOUR -  Duncan Bay. Charming,  quiet seclusion, view lot, near  sea and lake. Paved road, city  amenities, FP $10,000. $1000  down, $100 mo. at 9 pet. 885-  2998, Mrs. Ruth Walker. 3533- ,  17  W. SECHELT. 3 bdrms,  master enste, contemn,  design home. Lge family  kitchen, floor to ceiling fp,  thermo windows, cedar-  nlanked ceiling, panelled  feature wall, heated garage  under bsmt roughed hi. FP  $58,900,885-2762. 3404-tf  WANTED: Waterfront prop.  Pender Harbour area. P.  Moore, 479 Seville Cr., N. Van.  V7N3A9.988-6408.        3633-16  4-PLEX In beautiful Shuswap.  5 miles out of town. 4 years  old. Half-acre nicely treed.  Low taxes. Close to school,  shopping. $87,500. Bpx 1123,  Salmon Arm, B.C. or'phone  832-4122. 3656-15  WATERFRONT FARM,  preferably on Gulf of  Georgia or on B.C. Coast.  Require year-round sheltered  moorage, southern exposure  and amplo water. Must be in  excess of 10 acres. Farm  preferred but will consider  acreage that has farm  potential. Principal dcalllgs  preferred, bona-tlde private  buyer. Write Box 137, 808-207  W. Hastings St., Vancouver,  B.C.V6B1H7. 3733-tf  FOR SALE by owner. Income  property on 100' WF in lower  Gibsons. This triplex Is  located close to pier and  possible site of proposed  "tifftriiNrrHR^ont^to^btrit^  dUlonal unit. Approval for  Crlvate float has been ob/  lined. Priced for quick sale  at $85,000. Phone owner's  agent at 886-2207 between 9 am  &5pm. 3707-17  165     Mercruiser  rebuilt;  353 GM - used; 371  Nissan - used; Volvo  AQD 40-280 leg - new;  50 HP Mercury outboard ��� used.  120 Mercruiser -  new.  BOAT MOVING  IMMEDIATE REPAIR SERVICE  7 DAYS A WEEK  GARDEN BAY  MARINE SERVICES  LTD.  Sinclair Bay Road  883-2722  4355-tfn  19' K&C Freshwater cooled.  Trim tabs, sounder, compass, radio, etc., $4,500. 885-  2051 eves. 3628-16  23' BAYLINER Nisqually 2  stn. command bridge, fully  egup'd. Galley, std-up head.  CB radio, sounder, Bennett  tabs, swlmgrid, etc. 200-280  Volvo FWC, low hrs.. like new  cond., $15,900 obo. 885-2126.  3680-16  21' SAILBOAT, glass over ply.  Excel't    cond'n.    Fully  equipped on trailer. Priced for  quick sale. $4500.886-9270..  3743-17  30' McQUEEN cabin cruiser,  very clean, $13,600 obo. 885-  2853. 3717-17  VEGA-132x93' troller, 6 ton A.  Asking $49,000.886-7792.   <  . 3706-17  Cars and Trucks  ���75 DODGE Coronet stn. wgn.  49.000  mi,  318  c.i.,  good  cond'n. $2200.885-5252. 3607-16  '74 FORD window vnn, new  tires,   reb't   transmission.  $2500 obo. 88!k12a8.        3261-tf  ���68 CAMARO SS, black on  black.     Immaculate,  recently  restored;  Ask  for  Chris or Neil, 885-2727. 3501-15  '70 OTO convertible, 400 ��...  hl-perf. New top. $2200. 886-  2454. 3564-15  ���60 PONTIAC in running cond.  $100,866-0829. 3560-15  DR.NICKKIEIDER  is available for  veterinary  work every Monday, Practice  limited to horses only.  For appointment  please call:  EQUINE VET  CENTRE  112-530-5344 (Langley)  or Diana Starbuck  886-9739  4213-tfn  HORSESHOEING. Call Bob  Hopkins eves. 886-9470. 3300-  tfn  CHICKS - brown egg layers,  white Leghorns, white  Rocks. Order early-shin  anywhere. Napier Chick  Sales, 6743-216th St., Box 59,  Milner, B.C. VOX 1T0. 534-  7222. 3462-tf  WELSH mountain pony. Well-  trained and gentle. 886-0015  after 3 pm. 3615-15  RUMOURS help spread the  cause. Your best car deal is  at Suncoast Chrysler. 885-5111.  DL2180. 3621-15  Lost  LOST ON Ferry,  Feb.  26.  Black purse.  Reward offered for return. 885-2188 aft.  5. 3705-15  Pets  FREE TO good homes, 1 male  long-haired black kitten, 1  neutered, unclawed tabby.  885-6247. 3701-15  Wanted to Buy  LOGS OR TIMBER wanted,  fir,   hemlock  or  cedar.  Porpolso Bay Logging Ltd.  885-0408 or 885-2032.       4485-tf  WANTED: water wol! pump.  880-7294 eves. 3623-15  GOOD USED  mower: also  8834408,  For Sate  BUY & SELL. Now & used  furniture & miscellaneous.  Phils Second Hand Store at  the Whitaker House. Sechelt.  885-3835 eves. 3757-15  I,  38'  zero  MAJESTIC  clearance heatilator  fireplace c-w glass doors.  Price reasonable. 8864957.  3672-16  DOORS! B.C.'s lowest prices.  ~-Pre-hung-interior-$15.90;-  pre-hurig exterior $37.00;  fancy doors $49.00. Huge  stock! Walker's, ph. 266-7211,  1366 S.W. Marine Dr., Van-,  couverV6P5Z9. 3362-tf  SPEED QUEEN auto washer,  good  shape,  needs  some  repairs. 885-2669. 3565-15  PARTS for '68 or '60 VauxhaU  or Epic. Ph. Gord at 886-  2332.   , 3573-15  FISHER woodburning stoves,  for sale at A.C. Rentals,  Hwy. 101 & Francis Peninsula  Rd. 883-2585. 3217-tf  FISHER woodburning stove  with the 10 year guarantee  can be seen at Radio Shack, J  &C Electronics. 4855-tfn.  LADIES, Mens, Childrens,  Maternity Clothing, 'New &  Nearly New'. Encore  Boutique, 2445 Marine Dr., W.  Vancouver, 922-2020, Mon-Sat,  10-5. 4457-tf  AINSLEE TRAILER, 13^x7,  elec, propane. 68W525. 3742-  17  LARGE FREEZER, $200. 885-  5570. 3745-15  Oil Cleaners. Automotive,  marine, agricultural, heavy-  duty. For info, contact Doug  Friesen, 2225 Coquitlam Ave.,  Pt. Coquitlam, B.C. Dealer  inquiries invited. 3731-15  '68 950 CAT Loader - 3 .yd  bucket, good operating  and'n,- Vaneen  '70 D6C angle blade, free spool  -winch���ROPS -with -logging -  guards, very good cond'n,  Cranbrook, $46,500; '69  Koehring IVz yd Excavator,  Cat power, excel't, Vancouver, $33,500. Ph. 271-0343 or  687-2872. 3737-15  PRE-CUT HOMES "Save  Thousands". All material  supplied your plan or ours. 100  pet financing bank rates. Free  estimates. Royal City Prefab,  939-9281, 524 Clarke,  Coquitlam, B.C. V3J 3X2.  3739-15  ATTENTION machine  knitters. Now in Canada, the  beautiful "Miller Yarns",  sample color cards, $1.50.  Wholesale, retail. Write  Merryknits Canada, 765  Soldier Rd., Kamloops V2B  6H5. Ph. 579-9737. 3740-15  NEW MAIL order service.  Hamilton Hops & Grapes  Incr,-wine & Deer making  supplies. 464A Burnside Rd.  (E), Victoria, V8T 2X2. Send  for free price list. 3741-17  DOUBLE BED, $75 (almost  new); dining room ste, 7  pee, $100.885-9272.        3716-15  JERSEY      MILK       cow,  producing 4% gal. milk per  day. Heifercalf. 885-9172.  .'*��� ' ; 3693-17  '57 FORD Van; '60 IT Ford on  duals; old 2T Chev w-  flatdeck,6 cyl; 2 Ford country  wagons; air cooled motors,  extra tires & wheels, tools &  miscellanous.   If   you   need  -something phone 883-9172;   3694-17  SANSUI  2900  month. Pd.  $140,885-3948.  amp,  $240,  hand lawn-  garden tools.  3760-16  WANT TO BUY black & white  enlarger. 886-9744, 10 am-4  pm, 3701-15  FIREWOOD, box cords, $55  full cord; $30 half cord. 885-  9418.   Be   wise   order  your  firewood before you need it!  3709-20  OLD GROWTH cedar fence  posts, rnd or split, 6" top,  $1.50; 7%"top,$2; larger ones  for gateposts or corners, $3-$4.  Quantity of guidelines,  shackles, rigging, boom-  chains. Skagit 4-drum donkey  engine. Also skidder, $4,0007  885-9767, Osborne Logging.  3697-16  Legal Notices  Automatic Sprinkler Installation Madeira Park  Elementary School, Pender  Harbour. School District 46.  Tenders due March 29th, 1979  at 2 p.m. PO Box 220, Gibsons,  B.C. VON 1V0. Bid documents  and information can be obtained from J.P. Fire  Protection Advisors Ltd., P.O.  Box 130, Garden Bay, B.C.  VON ISO. Ph. 883-9248.  3677-Pub. SPT Feb. 28, March  7, 1979.  For Quick R��iulti  Ui��Tlm��iAdbrl��fil  used  1  will sell  3749-15  GARAGE SALE: Sun., Mar.  11, 12-4 pm. Numerous  household items at subterranean prices. Flume Rd,  between Beach Ave. it Hwy  101, Robts Ck, (You can't miss  ltl) 3752-15  SMALL CASiN on wheels; 03  Ford Falrlano, no licence.  885-9495. 3755-15  15 LB NYLON herring net.  Unable  to measure,  no  room. Tools. You numo it, I  may havo It. 886-7731.   3758-15  AUTOMATIC  Spcod  Quoon  clothes washer, $75 obo. 885-  2997. 3764-15  ROYAL ALBERT China:  Blossom Time, Prairie  Rose, Silver Birch, Tea Rose,  Memory Lane. Mall orders  accepted. Ralph Oslund  Jewellers. 309 Main St.,  Pentlcton,B.C.V2A5B7. 3722-  MOTOftHOMERV Clamr A-25'  ttaska. Roof air, generator,  454 GM, eye-level ovon, 8 cu.  ft. fridge it freezer, roar bnth,  lota of storage. 14,000 orig. ml.  Nice & clean, city tested.  $22,000,880-7433. 3713-17  Woodburn Stoves  & Fuel Ltd.  Wood atovoa by FUhor,  Lokowood, Sodoro Volloy,  Comlorl and Findlay.  Distributor- In Wontorn  Canada ol t(io Korr Scotsman  and Korr. Titan wood llrod  bollor. Doalors Inquiries In-  vltod. Northern Hoatllnor and  Shaw Zero Clearance  Wood/oil (iirnacus, Insulalod  plpo, nccossorlo. and Httlngs  HP   f��\\   Av��,,  North" Vancouver  907-0011  DRESS  MAKING  EXPERIENCED  SEAMSTRESS  "fyM'fflPfgtiifj  UW|)f.|l(Hj((lf|"  Call  886-7916  after 5:00 p.m.  i -.  March7,1979  Ihe Peninsula Times  Pagefe?  \  .  BOX 100  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  ���9mmWHH��'  TOLL FKEE FROM  VANCOUVER:  68*-7623  Member of Multiple Listing Service  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  -Hiwdy 101 - at Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2794  HASLAM CREEK WATERFRONT BARGAIN HARBOUR LOT  Over 15 acres with 750 ft waterfront, with  cabin & oyster lease. FP $165,000. Possible  ltd HIS; ; "^   ���-   -*=  BUSINESS  Ponderosa Grocery & Drive-In at Garden  Bay. Owner will take house in trade. Phone  for particulars on this going concern to Mike  Rosse at 883-9378.  McNAUGHTON POINT  1.9 acres of view waterfront overlooking  Malaspina Strait. Attractive 3 bedroom,  1200 square feet home. A fine property  going for $70,000.    .  EXCELLENT  Building lot. Front Road, Madeira Park. Fully  serviced $10,500.  And a real bargain, it is with clean beach,  free moorage, clams and-oysters'just steps  -away. -Price-just- $12.000.-  ONE ACRE LOTS  On Francis Peninsula. Privacy plus value in  this most desirable area. Just 2 left so don't  delay. $15,000 each.  WATERFRONT LOT  Deep and protected moorage in Egmont.  Has' trailer pad, septics and water and  power. $35,000.  7 ACRES  On Highway 101 close to Madeira Park'.  Partly cleared and on a westerly slope.  Asking $35,000.  John Breen - 883-9978        Mike Rosse 883-9378        Jock Herman 883-2745  _fK  FLORON  AGENCIES LTD.  Real Estate & Insurance  Box 238,1589 Marine Drive, Gibsons  886-i  LANGDALE ��� Many outstanding  features in this contemporary  style 3 bdrm home. Spacious  master bdrm with sauna, wired  and 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.  i GIBSONS WFT ��� Gower Point area; 2 bdrms. large living room with FP,  ~_ eledxi_Jieat,Jyll basement co__l_-J-_a-made into rec room or extcaJiving  area. Garage with lighted drive, beautifully landscaped. Very choice  property. $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.  COACH ROAD ��� 2 bdrm home in setfafod subdivision, nicely landscaped lot. Living room has high^^lWLj^Fh large full-length windows  opening onto sunny garden.It-flLnJrTf Kitchen includes dining area.  $43,000. %J^  LOWER ROAD ��� Roberts Creek, 3 bdrm house with full basement on  large lot 110 x 145'. A/O heat, acorn FP in living room, sundeck, some  fruit trees. $48,000.  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.  BUILDING LOTS  I  LOWER GIBSONS ��� 3 lots, corner School Road and Hiway 101,  tremendous potential, high traffic area. $175,600.  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 yearrround  creek and well-treed with alder, maple and fir, Hiway access at Wilson  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 approved and beach access, $1,500 down, balance at  $125 per month @ 10-1/2%. Terrific investment. On lower Cheryl Ann  Park towards beach.  WHARF ROAD ��� Langdalo, good retirement area; lot 65 x 193'. Try your  offer.   '...,. ,r ,  ROSAMUND ROAD ��� Three Iota 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 Roberts Creek area. Good Investment. Asking $23,000.  STORE for Rent: Inquire for further details, ,  Evenings Call: John Black, 886-7316;  Ron McSavaney, 885-3339;  George Cooper, 886-9344  FRANCIS PENINSULA��� 159BTRTlt 5 BR  =ti6nre~^w1th==T3==H^lfroBmsT^p6rtlally  finished rec room, hot water heating, 5'  appliances. Built 1976. 84,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES��� Luxurious 3 BR  cedar home, built 1975. View and many  extras. $105,000.  GULFVIEW^OADJ==^^ads1nr^r.  fantastic view from this new home ��� 3  new appliances, fireplace. $87,000.  ,ES LANDING ��� 3 BR view home,  .cer��n3BftBr*=applfancesT"  Close to marine. $75,000. One car taxi1  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 split level. Fireplace, sundeck &  carport-. ��60,000.  Interesting 4 BR view  home, architect designed. 5 major  appliances. $77,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 12 x 44'  Glendale mobile home with 430 sq ft  addition. On 2/3�� acre lot. $28,500.  MIDDLE POINT ��� 2 BR home, 1100 sq ft  on 9.5+ fairly level, treed acres. Well.  850+ ft frontage on Highway 101.  $49,000.  MADEIRA PARK ��� 4 BR home with view  on landscaped lot. Large workshop &  equipment storage area in back. Ideal  location for builder/contractor. $69,500.  CLAYDON ROAD, GARDEN BAY ��� 3 BR*  view home, full basement, built 1975.  'Close to marina. $88,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� 4 BR home on 2 levels.  Electric heat. Landscaped, close to stores  & marinas. $54,000.  LILLIES (PAQ) LAKE ��� 3 BR home on 5+  acres. Fruit trees, garden, View over  lake. $77,500.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR home,  built 1976. Ensuite, fireplace, double  carport, landscaped lot. $59,000.  GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 3 BR view  home, thermopane windows, fireplace,  w/w , 3 bathrooms. Easy walk to stores.  PO & marinas. $67,500.  NEAR MADEIRA PARK ��� 2 BR home,  fireplace, sundeck, 3/4 acre lot on Hwy  101. $37,500.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  i  i  WATERFRONT LOTS & ACREAGE  LOTS  ��� J..:.  LOTS  1.   MADEIRA   PARK  ���   serviced   lots^  $7,000-$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 ���view lot on Porpoise  Drive. $10,500.  5. PENDER LAKE PROPERTIES ��� Sinclair  Bay Road. Serviced lots, most with view,  three with lakefront. Priced from  $10,000 to $37,500.  J>^ MOBILE HOME LOTS ��� seven lots^  serviced with hydro & water, on  Cochrane Road, Francis Peninsula.'  $11,000-$! 2,750.  7.  BARGAIN   HARBOUR ���   1.5  acres,  treed, serviced. $25,000.  8. FRANCIS PENINSULA ��� 8 nice  building lots at corner of Cochrane and  Cameron Roads. $11,000-$ 13,000.  FRANCIS PENINSULA  1. 132 ft W/F In Pender Harbour, 1.8  acres, deep moorage. $50,000.  2. 83 ft W/F adjoining above  l'._2��  acres. $36,500.  3. 220_fc 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  1, MIDDLE POINT ��� 2.9 treed acres on  Hwy 101 with 949i; tq ft 2 BR home with  carport. Drilled well, $39,500.  2, GIBSONS ��� 8,75 acres level farm  land on Pratt Road with older homo,  barn and storage shod. $55,500.  3, RUBY LAKE ��� 5+ treed acres, closo  to public lake accots. $19,000,  4. Near Ruby Lake ��� 8,39 acres on Hwy  101. $25,000.  5. Near Madeira Park ��� 15 acros,  2150+. ft on Hwy 101. $44,000.  . ��� v   ���  6, Francis Peninsula ��� 1.8�� acres,  corner of Warnock and Francis Peninsula  Roads. $17,500.  7, KLEINDALE ��� 16�� acros, with creek,  acrojyt Hwy 101 from Pender Harbour  Secondary School, $80,000,  0, WARNOCK ROAD ��� lovol lot, almost  ono aero, Good soil, selectively cleared,  $24,000,  EARL COVE ��� 5.57 acres, 450+ ft  sheltered waterfront adjoining 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 ramp, site has  been prepared for possible use as W/F  trailer-camper park 8 fishing rosort, 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 & fishing  resort. This is an excellent property  adjoining the Egmont Marina.  $180,000 ��� Owner will finance at  bank Interest rate.  ST, VINCENT BAY ��� 365�� ft waterfront,  6.71 acres, water access, $29,500,  ���*%*. .' ��� "*��� ". :,7 7;ii7'7'i>f!i!  "������^ITtPfi-.h.   '   .'  ���'.^���rX'i^M  'M'7''7Vf ;  .. ��� (tori  ,J)       '' fc&rJ  M^m^.77 Kh> 77 *���;��� ,r" 7  '*&$�����', 7 . ���.  JUNCTION ISLAND ��� ST. VINCENT BAY  Beautiful 10.75+ acre Island In Jervis Inlot with numerous good building  sites, excellent sheltered moorage and sevoral coves. Woll trood with fir,  cedar, arbutus ��� some merchantable timber. Oyster bod. Only IS-mlnutos  rldo by fast boat from Earls Covo or Egmont. $120,000.  I  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY!  i  WATERFRONT HOMES  i  't >W*i*nUt,iii��li .'lUViiU'JilltaW J  MADEIRA PARK ��� vacant store bldg,  adjoining llvlnr/quarlori, Ono aero with  104' frontage on Madeira Park Rd.  Zoned R3, $32,000.  GARDEN BAY ��� spacious 3 BR horn* on    GARDEN BAY ESTATES ��� 8 BR homo, full GUNBOAT BAY ��� 5 �� acros with 3 BR  ,1,16 acros on Claydon Road, On95;fc ft    batomont, 1997 sq Hon main floor. Built homo, 3 cottages, float, On  152db fl  watorfront with'float and bdathouio.    "76, Separate 700 sq ft workshop, Or�� watorfront.   Noar   Madeira    Park,  ��� *l49,obo  ' ������..������ ���.. -122����h!9l(;ftwat*rlronl lot with romp A 1123,000. .   float; $100,000.  DAN WILEY, Res. 883-9149  OLLI or JEAN SLADEY, 883-2233  t   ! -*--_.  1)  Page B-4 Peninsula Times  March'7,1979  Priceand  value  Is there a difference bet  ween price and value? Where  does the basic value to the  buyer rjeseal itself? In the  answer to the question "Will  this property serve my needs  and meet my intended use?"  When looking for the home  you want to own, it is possible  to become confused by the  many alternatives at similar  prices currently available  unless you have sorted out  your requirements.  The variable aspects of a  property to, be considered  would���include1:��� location-  George Townsend 885-3345  Jtoug:Joyce_�� m~_ 885-2761  Bob Bull 885-2503  REALTY LTD.  885-3211  Jack Anderson  Stan Anderson  DonHadden  885-2053  885-2385  885-9504  access to schools, shopping  ^��_atransirrctinst^H6Tn_r��r  style; number of rooms; extra  bathrooms; finished and  unfinished areas; garages-  carports; paved-gravel  driveways; landscaping; lot  size and shape; morgage  amounts and interest rates;  and any extra items include  in the askigg^pr_ce7-^e.  ____J_apesraf)pii8nces, etc.  Maintain a notebook,  keeping information and  details on all the properties  you inspect. As well as the  features you like and dislike,  record price, taxes, extras  and your reactions at the time  of inspection. Review your  notes frequently while you are  searching for the "right"  house, always keeping in mind  the use and needs you intend  to satisfy.  Compare and. contrast the  properties you really like and  which most meet your particular requirements. Be  critical of them to find why  you prefer them, and which  needs they meet. Compare  and contrast the financial  ���aspects- of your preferred-  properties. Check them  - against your present position  as well as your projected  finances.  This is one mthod of finding  the difference between the  price and value ��� as it relates  io you. You can become better  acquainted with the market  situation as well as your own  requirements. Then, when the  right' combinations presents  itself, you will quickly  recognize the "right"  property for you. It will be one  that will serve your needs and  meet your intended use.  ^ __���___^GihsonsJlealty._  -Energy.  conservation  at home  Experts say that if  Canadians reduce heat loss  from homes, cut down on car  engine horsepower, and take  other fairly simple steps to  conserve energy, they can  save the equivalent of the  output of four 125,000 barrel-a-  day tar sand plants of the size  now being completed in  Alberta, as well as significant  amounts of natural gas,  electricity and coal.  New homes should be insulated to meet today's  requirements, and existing  housing, which may have less  than adequate insulation, can  be re-insulated using any of  the current materials  specified in "R" values, which  measure resistance to the flow  of heat.  There is a wealth of  material available on insulation ��� your most important single step in controlling heating bills and  consumption. Your local  Hydro office can supply  pamphlets and step-by-step  directions for doing it your-  ������selfr'or y��" can get many  FREE books on saving energy  from Energy, Mines and  Resources Canada. Write to:  Conservation Books, PO Box  3500, Station "C", Ottawa,  Ontario, K1Y 4Q1.  FOR SALE  BY  BUILDER  Now 1200 tq ft, 3 bdrm homo,  Largo Kitchen and living room,  utility room off kitchen, woll  to wall carpet throughout,  largo lot ��� ,6& acrot, partially  cleared, possible to subdivide,  road allownaee In roar,  Redrooffs Road, Asking  ���44,000. - r   885-9793  NEW YEARS SPECIAL - SECHELT VILLAGE:  Reduced. $2,000 for Immediate sale.  Compare other homes offered In Village  and buy this. It's the last of the bargains. 3  bedrms, 1150 sq ft, fireplace, deluxe  carpets and fixtures. Sliding door to patio &  workshop. Large laundry, room, close to  boat launch. ONLY $41,500.  " FREE REAttSTATE CATALOGUE;   Post Office Box 1219, Sechelt  Vancouver Toll Fr*��: 684-8016  REDROOFFS: New waterfront 3 bdrm home  with expansive view of Georgia Strait and  Vancouver Island. Features shake roof,  stainless steel "Shaw" fireplace & skylight.  Treed lot. Priced at only $67,500.  Do you wish to sell  your property this spring?  ,.v.  WEST SECHELT: 9.5 acres of good farm land.  ^Has"rrevir4bdrm runernrtyre hom��r2��pondr=  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. '  ?iSWi  8 ACRE VIEW COUNTRY ESTATE: 3 bedrm,  1400   sq   ft   full   basement   home   with  spacious Itving-dJainq room. ELreplacas-uip-&-  dowji plus extra flue in basement. Open  ROBERTS CREEK:,3 bedroom home on 1.67  acres. Spacious open plan of 1320 sq. ft. Has  ' ensuite off master bedrm. Home has family  room and utility. Reduced drastically in  price for immediate sale. FP $48,000.  6�� ACRES ON REID ROAD: Mostly cleared,  some fruit trees and yr round creek.  Property mostly fenced,, front yard land-  -s���oped-Qfld in-lawn. House Is vety-loFge-  2300 sq ft, 2 fps, several sets of plumbing.  Kitchen & LR have - been, completely  remodelled. South slope, all usable land. FP  $85,000.  staircase to rec room, extensive cedar work  inside and good kitchen cupboards. Large  c'port with storage & 22x45' swimming  pool. Approx 3 acres landscpaed lawn.  Orchard, _ fishpond, year round creek,  garden, greenhouse & complete privacy. FP  $91,000.  DON HADDEN  wll give careful attention  to your problem  if you give him a call  at 885-3211.  V/>  {���' ___ *^v* �� ^_       -���?' ^%J  WEST SECHELT: New 4 bedrm with finished  basement in area of new homes. Features  include large kitchen & nook, fireplace,  basement flue for stove, finished rec room  in basement, carport, sundeck and a level  easy to landscape yard. Priced right at  $54,900.  COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ��� Sechelt Village  ��� Fully rented mostly on lease. Shows good  return on investment. Opportunity to invest  in this growing community. Details to  bonafide purchaser. Asking $120,000.  ROBERTS CREEK: Brand new 3 bedrm home.  Immediate possession ��� pick your own  carpets. Try your offer to $46,000.  HOMES    *  SELMA PARK: 2 bdrm part basement home on a large view site.  Home is near new and in excellent condition. Wrap around sundeck  and double carport. Basement is finished. FP $54,500.  REDROOFFS AREA: Wildwood Rd., 125 x 200' level lot, very easy to  build on. Beautiful evergreens. Priced for immediate sale at  $11,000.  SEMI-RETIREMENT BUSINESS GOING CONCERN $74,500 FULL PRICE  TWO LAUNDROMAT LOCATIONS.  Both of these sites are ideal for year-round steady trade. 14 washer  8 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.  f 1^**fKi -��i^V *?  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  ana  heatilator fireplace. $54,000.  DAVIS BAY MOTEL: 10 s.c. units plus owner's home. 4 lots frontinp  on Highway 101 & beach. 351.47' frontage. Large workshop &  storage. Selling under assessed value. $225,000. Terms.  NUMBER 19 TSAWCOME: a cozy, near new 792 sq ft 2 bedroorrf  - home-close-to-the-beach-at-Chapman Creek^Not-stairs, electric  heat, double glazing. Government prepaid lease has 19 years to  run. FP $32,000.  LOTS  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,  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 at $36,900.  ROBERTS CREEK: Large treed, serviced lot close to beach & golf  course. Quiet area, mobile home permitted. FP $11,900.   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.  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  on a cement pad. Asking $49,900.  GIBSONS - NORTH ROAD: Near new 3 bedroom home with 3  bathrooms, has shake roof & cedar siding wwhich 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, sipping and ^cavldes  a spectacular view of the channel between Bowen and Gambier  Islands. Priced at $40,000. '. *"{ f  SECHELT VILLAGE: 5 acres measuring 330 x 660'. Will eventually  have a view. Close to the arena. Try your offer to $35,000.  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_l 05', 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.  5ECHELT VILLAGE ��� Lot 6, Selectively cleared leaving some trees.  View of the ocean & within walking distance to shopping. Sewered  this year. Asking $12,000. .  \ ,  WILSON CREEK ��� Own your own trailer park On Hwy 101. Complete  with mobile home for you to l,ive in, Winding stream through 2.41  acres, two double wide concrete pads. Askinjg $66,000.    SOUTHWOOD ROAD: Close to 1/2 acre. Level building lot. Hydro,  and regional water at road. Check & compare. Attractively priced at  $9,450. 7  ���HALFMOON BAY: Approx 1.1 acres. 2'DR fiome^CouLeLput second  home on this property. FP $44,900.  CLEARED, LEVEL LOT: Sechelt Village ��� 62.5 x 120'. Ready for  building. Owner"will trade as'part' down payment on homo,^'"e  $11,500. \  SECHELT VILtAGE: Comfortable single  bedroom home, ideal for starter or  retirement. Good size living room with  Franklin. 7x14' greenhouse and large steel  shed. Vendor would consider carrying 1st or  A/S @ current interest rates, Asking  $33,000.  DAVIS BAY VIEW HOME: 3 bedroom full  basement home on a large landscaped lot,  lots of sundeck on the south west side. The  home also has a extra large attached  double garage with direct entry to the  basement. Rec room , and bedroom In  basement are basically finished. FP  $65,900.  EGMONT WATERFRONT!: Excellent Investment opportunity. Close  to 660' of waterfront .with 5 acres &a 5 yr old double wide homo.  Asking $95,000 with 1/2 dn. All offers & trades will be considered.  EGMONT WATERFRONTAGE: Over 20 acres with approx 1000' of  waterfront. Could be an excellent investment. Vendor offers terms  wtth $50,000 dn, Consideration given to trade's.  SELMA PARK VIEW LOT: Extra large 90 x 179' lot, corner location,  easy access. Excellent view of Trail 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.  BUSINESS BLOCK  SELMA PARK: Prime building lotl Over 150' road frontage. Large  enough to assure privacy. FP $18,500,  A LITTLE GOLDMINE: Sechelt's best restaurant. A THRIVING  business with on excelltn gross profit. Living accommodation on site  for tho now owners at very little extra.  REDROOFFS WATERFRONT: Lot 80 x 414' ��� Great view with all  services, water, paved road, cablevlslon, hydro. FP $26,500.  GIBSONS: 2 1/2 acres with modern 3  bedroom basement home, Oil fired hot  water heating, two fireplaces, roc room and  many other features, Approx, 1 1/2 acres  cleared and In lawn with fruit trees and  shrubs, excellent toll. FP $68,000.  WEST SECHELT: Spanish split level home,  near now with dll the extra features.  Double carport, workshop, 3 baths/ 4  bedrms, 2 fireplaces, bay window and a  formal dining area. Good level lot affords a  view from the 2nd floor, Tile roof. 2288 sq ft  at only $72,500.  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 1011 Gas  station, auto repair shop Investment. A one of a kind. Zoned C2.  Asking $39,900.  SUNSHINE HEIGHTS: Inlet view lot 50 x 120 x 90. Close to marine.  Asking $13,500.  SANDY HOOK: Largo view lot suitable for homo or doublewlds  Zoned R2. Power, phono S water at road.Aiking $9,000.  VIEW LOTS, SANDY HOOK ��� take your choice of 3, priced low to  tell at $8,050 & $8,150. Owner will look at reasonable offers to  these low prices,  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  Lot 16 Block R $11,500  Lot 17 Block R $11,500  Lot 18 Block R $11,500  Lot 19 Block R $11,500  Lot 20 Block ft $12,500  Lot 21Block R $12,500 Wednesday, March 7,1979  The Peninsula Times   PageB-5  HMiiiiHUG  Sechelt Volunteer Fire Dept. reports a  noticeable increase in the incidence of  chimey fires in the area, no doubt as a  result of the rising popularity of wood,  burning stoves and fireplaces. This trend  is expected to continue as more people  case of a poorly constructed chimney  installation there is a distinct hazard involved.. Residents who are not familiar  with the causes and effects of chimney  first would be well advised to read the,  following bulletin provided by Sechelt*  "resoft~to"thewobtl-pile-in-an^��'ffort-to���VolunteeHFire Deptr  reduce the cost of heating their homes.  Although most chimney fires result in  nothing more than a few anxious moments  for the homeowner, they are treated with  serious concern by local firemen. In the  THE CHIMNEY FIRE  What is it? A chimney fire is one which  is sustained by the deposits accumulated  inside the flue during normal use. It can  usually be recognized by a rumbling or-  BC sculptors shape statue  Sculptors in British Columbia will soon  be asked to compete in designing a  -i'distinctiye monument^ Jp���honpr .Capt._.  George Vancouver.  Hugh Faulkner, minister responsible  lolHPaflwCSMdarMrd^il^oinpHnMi"  will be confirmed to sculptors resident in  B.C. and Mayor Jack Volrich and the  Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation  have agreed the monument will be sited in  Vanier Park, close to the Planetarium and  the St. Roch.  Competition  details are still  being  -worked-out-and will be announced in  said.  Faulkner and Mayor Volrich agree that  the monument should stand on a spot with_  "a "commanding view of English Bay,.  overlooking one of Canada's busiest ports  ^d-aifflteway-to^rOrtartrr^ ~  The Historic Sites and Monuments  Board of Canada, which advises the  minister on the historic significance of  persons, places and events, has recommended a distinctive monument to Capt.  Vancouver.  Capt. Vancouver, R.N. (1758-1798),  after having sailed with Captain Cook in  whooshing sound as the chimney becomes,  in effect, a giant blow torch. Ash and  sparks, often accompanied by flames, can;,. |  be seen spewing out of the chimney .top, |  Left on its own, the fire may bum itself out |  in a few seconds or may burn for much j  l(mger,-depending-on-the^amouht-of-fuel���]  available, and the amount of draught '   .  What causes it? The deposits which fuel  a chimney fire are caused by incomplete  combustion of the original fuel burned in .  _toeLJ_rj_ptace_JH____AQV_3^  burned at -relatively low temperatures, _;  unburned hydrocarbons arecarried off in."  the smoke and as they cool they condense  on the flue lining, leaving a gummy black  residue called creosote. This residue, once  ignited is highly flammable. Prolonged  use of any wood burning fireplace or stove  B  SUNNYCREST  SHOPPING  CENTRE  886-2277  TOLL FREE  AND UNO DEVELOPMENT LTD.  R.R. 2-Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  CONVEYANCING ���REALTESTATrCONSULflNGrAPPRAISALS*^NOTARY PUBLIC  6824513  HOMES  ���i  I  MALAVIEWRD: Quality built three bedroom  ranch style home on treed landscaped lot in  -areaof-nevy-homes.-located-onquiet'culde"  sac providing safety for children and pets.  .The home is in immaculate condition and  features separate dining room, wall to wall  carpeting, spacious kitchen, utility room  and double windows. Easy walk to  elementary school. $45,900.  ___!__. HEADLANDS   ROAD;   This   three    CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD: Three bedroom  bedroom home is attractively situated at  "the Base of thcTBIuff and^lbse^to the boat  launching   ramp.   Great   living   room   for  entertainment, 16 x 25. Also has 10-1/4%  mortgage. $42,900.  newspaper advertiesments throughout  major areas of the province, said  Faulkner. "This project, which has been  endorsed by Mayor Volrich and members  of the Vancouver parks and recreation  board, will be carried out under the  auspices of Parks Canada," the. minister  his 1772-75 and 1776-80 voyages, became  famous when given command in 1791 of an  expedition to the northwest coast of North  America for the purpose of establishing  British sovereignly. In a later voyage he  charted the coast north of the 39th parallel  and sailed around Vancouver Island.,  Old age income sup  deadline March 31  More than 56,000 Old Age Security  pensioners, who also received a  Guaranteed Income Supplement, have not  yet made their 1979 GIS application on the  renewal forms sent to them in early  January. In order to qualify they are  required to report their 1978 income even  if it is "NilW .    '--.--  The new payment year begins in April.  Applications _ must _therefore_ be filed  before the end of March Pensioners who  had bank or bond interest, investments,  superannuation or other such income,  must report it on their applications. T4's,  T5's etc. are not needed unless requested.  Any enquiries should be directed to the  regional office of Income Security  Programs, Health and Welfare Canada at  1230 Government Street, Victoria (388-  3631), or to the District Office in Vancouver at 107-1525 West 8th Avenue (732-  4181). _   ---    ._.    - -  -     - -    '  In addition temporary offices have  been set up in Powell River (485-2721).  higher flue temperature and thus less  condensation of creosote on the flue liner.  In order to prevent a chimney fire,  regular inspection and cleaning of the  chimney by a qualified tradesman is  mandatory.  What to do if you have a chimney fire.  First of all, treat it as a definite hazard.  Alert all occupants of the house and get  them outside until you are sure the fire is  under control. Remove flammable  material from around the fireplace and in  the case of a wood stove close the draught.  (This will starve the fire of air needed to  sustain combustion). Unless the roof is  already wet, hose it down to prevent  sparks from igniting roofing material.  Play a fine spray of water across the  mouth of the chimney to extinguish sparks  as they appear. Bo not pour water down  the chimney except as a last resort.  Above all, call the fire department if in  doubt. Better that we show up and not be  needed, than be needed and not show up!  m  m  i  road. Neatly landscaped and nicely',treed.  Rec room roughed in with' finished  bathroom downstairs. Double windows  througout.'Excellent family home.- $57,900.  ROSAMUND RD: Safeway Doublewide on  fully landscaped lot on Rosamund Road.  Separate garage and metal storage shed.  'Lots of shrubs with bark mulch. Good  vegetable patch. This Is an extremely well  built unit - built in the Prairies for northern  living. $39,-900.  FAIRVIEW & PRATT ROAD: Excellent starter  or retirement home. This nicely appointed  single bedroom home features a large  livingroom with cozy brick fireplace. Many  wood -feature- walls.- Property *1s���nicely  landscaped and completely fenced. Large  Some=  appliances included. $32,900.  in the home will likely result in some   _ CHERYL ANNE PARK ROAD. Large three  -accumulation-orereosote in the chimney.   B-bedroom home- with finished Jieatiiator  HOW to prevent it! There are several    B   fireplaces up and down.  Situated on ap-  =pradices=wM<A=wilLhelpreduce4he-buUd-^  up of cresote,  and thus reduce the   H  likelihood of a chimney fire.  Burning only "dry" wood permits more  complete combustion thus reducing  creosote accumulation.  Burning smaller loads of wood at  higher temperature helps in two ways,  first by enabling more complete com-  bustion of the tuel and also by provtdingTT  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, shoppfng and recreation. $47,500.  _one_yearLpjdhome onlarge treed lot. .Quiet,  paved no through street. Home features  ensuite bathroom, two finished fireplaces,  finished rec room. Sundeck, concrete drive  and carport. Vacant and ready for occupancy.  1272 HEADLAND ROAD: Ideal starter home  for Mr. Fix-Up. Two bedroom home  presently rented out at $195 per month.  Close to beach and bo'dt'ldunchT'Lane access"  in rear. Close to shopping and tran-  =iporfaliorif=$28;000^=-- = ==-���  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. $49,900.  DAVIDSON RD: Lovely new three bedroorr  home in Langdale Ridge, 1236 square fe'  upstairs. All large rooms. Double windo.  throughout,  sundeck  and  full  unfinished  basement. Situated on nearly 1/2 acre 90 x  200 with private access road. All this and a  beautiful    view    of    Keats    Island    and  surrounding waters. $53,900.  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.  B  Heart Disease  dollar problem.  is Canada's 2 billion  CENTURY WEST REAL ESTATE (1978) LTD.  Box 1490, R.R. 1  Wharf Road, Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  '*~���* "v     9BS427i  '        "  HOMES  GIBSONS AREA TO ROBERTS CREEK  CANCDALE   ~1?54;0<J0  Large spacious 2 bedroom home on  ~85xl65'  lot.  Large  kitchen,   dining  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 sqft. Ed'Bdker,r885:264I. ' "  REDROOFFS TO PENDER HARBOUR AREA  jJ���.:  room, sundeck, carport, 2 fireplaces,  2 bathrooms, finished basement.  Price includes fridge, stove, washer  and dryer. Larry Reardon 885-3924.  YMCA RD $49,500  A great family home, neat as a pin,  and spacious. 3 bedroom home large  LR with fireplace, close to ferry. It has  an attractive kitchen dining room  area. Carport and outside storage  space. Larry Reardon 885-3924.   ,  QNIY STEPS T<? ?EACH  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.  UP* DOWN DUPLEX  large 3 bedroom with excellent revenue potential, located on 1  acre near Roberts Creek on Highway 101, Vendor will consider  offers. Ed Baker, 885-2641.  .CHERYL ANNE PARK $42,500  Spotloss 2 bdrm home In secluded  area, family size kitchen with  separate dining room. Fireplace In  20' LR with now wall to wall, Chuck  Dowman, 885-9374,  NEW $39,700  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, 21' 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.  MONEY MAKER $32,600  4-yr old 3 bdrm full bsmt home on one acre near Silvertands.  Live In while you do the finishing, Chuck Dowman, 885-9374.  LOTS AND ACREAGE  SARQENT ROAD - Magnificent ocean view lot. Fully serviced, on  sower. 65 x 110'. Close to all amenities. Builder's terms  available. Larry Reardon, 865-3924. $13,900.  WATERFRONT -135' of level waterfront In Roberts Creek, ,6 acre  In lawn and shade tress. Water and hydro to lot, excellent  swimming beach, probably the best waterfront lot available on  the coast today. Owner may carry part balance. Chuck Dowman,  885-9374, $82,500.  WATERFRONT LOT/VIEW LOT . At Sandy Hook we have this  100'+ waterfront lot, close to road and ad|olnlng with on excellent vlow lot that lies next to B.T. Larry Reardon, 885-3924.  $15,500 & $8,500. '  1/2 ACRE LOT ��� Cleared and ready to build on. Serviced, Incl  cable. Nlckorson Rd. Ed Baker, 885-2641. $13,500.  1.17 ACRES-Nicely treed, gentle slope to SW, will have a good  view when  some trees  come  down.  Ed  Baker,   885-2641,  $18,500,  HANBURY ROAD: Panabode home featuring  stain glass windows, skylights, and shake  roof situated on 12 acres in Roberts Creek.  Flume Creek runs through middle x>.  property which includes A-frame guest  cottage, and 16 x 16. workshop with 220  wiring. Partially cleared and fenced with  vegetable garden. $67,500.  CHAMBERLIN RD: Executive home nn  acreage over 2100 square feet of floor  area. Two fireplaces, formal living room  and dining room. Family room and eating  area. Double attached garage all on 4.38  acres. Irreplaceable at $97,500.  ORANGE RD: Roberts Creek. A short drive  through park like area then-over your own  creek and behold a two bedroom home  nestled on the edge of approximately two  acre clearing in pasture and gardens with  .sunny south slope..J/yooded-area'. to west-  | rounds out the total of 5 acres. One of a  Lkindoffered at $^,QQ^^^-^_^_^__^h  CRUCIL RD: Big family? Then this four  bedroom, two bathroom home 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.  $56,000.  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.  HOMES AND ACREAGES  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  schools 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.  PARK ROAD: Three bedroom home on 5  acres in Gibsons. Property on both sides are  also for sale making a total of 15 acres  available for future development. A good  holding 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  and loft does. Hen house and laying hens  included, Large corral at the rear of the  property,-Fully* landscaped- with trees and--  shrubs. All this oh 1.16 acres with subdivision potential. $44,900.  GRANDVIEW RD:  'Spectacular  View'  brand new Three bedroom home with  This  TT_TT  square feet must be seen to be believed.  Features corner fireplace, bathroom  skylight. Large lot cleared and ready for  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.  HOPKINS LANDING: Two bedroom view  home f/4 mile from Langdale Ferry Terminal. 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 like landscape.  $42,900.  PRATT RD: 2.87 acres out of the ALR with  road allowance at back of property^ House  is completely remodelled insfde. Attractive  fireplace, knotty pine kitchen, three large  bedrooms and den. $55,000r  SHAW ROAD:*Large three bedroom home,  master with ensuite. Large living room with  white brick fireplace. Archway to dining  room. All ready for a Franklin or Gibsons all  nighter in the basement. Situated on 4.6  acres of valuable holding property. $85,000  s  E  I  S  SHAW ROAD: Incredible potential. Ranch  style two bedroom home completely  remodelled.' 16 x 12 master bedroom,  fireplace, beautifully landscaped and  fenced grounds. Evergreen hedges add to  the seclusion and privacy of this hobby farm  with three outbuildings. The property is  over 5 acres with spectacular view from  over half the property. Fronts on Shaw Road  with Stewart Road dedicated on the view  face. Zoned Rl in the Village of Gibsons:  $79,900. '  LOTS  ���  a  ���  ���  EXCELLENT CHOICE OF BUILDING LOTS IN W. SECHELT,  SECHELT VILLAGE, PORPOISE BAY AND WILSON CREEK  SECHELT AREA  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD  $39,900  jEvorythlng Is oversized "in this largo  Jmoblle, with approx 1300 sq ft floor  Iaroa, Joined under one roof are  72x12 and 36x12 units, creating  l,ampl�� space for a roe room large  .j; .���'*..* Wi i (enough to house a pool table, 3  bedrooms, large sundeck and a separate garage. (30x16)  Priced to sell. Larry Reardon 885-3924,  tKHRU VIHAQIl 3 bdrm sparkler,  Charming 4 Immaculate w-dlnlng rm  !/___". and kitchen eating space, cozy  fireplace & carpeted throughout,  Only 1 yr old and already has a  bountiful garden with fruit trees,  Priced to sell fast at $46,900,  m^mmm^mm Phone Chuck Dowman 0B3-9374    ���  $TAIffB��ffl.flA- $29,800  Renovatod 2-storey home, Good size kitchen with dining area,  One bodroom on main floor, 2 children's rooms up, 1 block to  water. New wall to wall throughout, Chuck Dowman, 883-9374,  IMMACU-ATB  3 bdrm home In Sechelt Vlllago.  Largo corner lot Is completely fenced  and landscaped, Carport has adjoining workshop and ��torage area,  Value for your money at $46,900,  Rita Percheson, 885-5706 or Chuck  Dowman, 883-9374.  MIYMTllMffffOTIWTtAi.- In this beautiful 1/2 acre and wooded  lot on Wlldwood Road, Zoned R2 for mobile homes, Hydro and  OARMN ���AVHWMrfr. Rack bluff building site on this 3.8 acre  wooded property, would provide terrific view over pasture land,  All-year stream. Easy terms available, Chuck Dowman, 803-  9374, $22,300.  VAWti, VALUE, VALUE $87,000  Everywhere you look there Is value  In this truly beautiful home,   Cathedral entrance, 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, large rec room,  ,vyflrhrfl.oiTt��.pl,M��..on��..p*dTOP.rTt..iMlta...c|pwnito.l.rii,, Nlcoly land:   scapod and the prlco has been reduced  to $57,000, Larry  Reardon 885-3924  HARE 28 ACRES - Only 3 minutes west of Sechelt, High and dry,  mostly treed. Chuck Dowman, 883-9374. Asking $62,000.'  NOH VYB1T 8AY HPAP - Wooded lot, 130x70'. zoned R2, trailers  allowed, Sign on. Ed Baker, 883-2641, $12,500.  WELCOME WOODI. An extra large lot, 125 x 200', serviced with  hydro and water, Larry Reardon, 883-3924. $9,750.  fl-AUIimiMAjr ACM .01 ��� Loaded with treos ort blacktop road,  with hydro and watw. lorry Rtordon, 889��3M4.$13,500,  HA-.ACBJUQI- Large treed lot at the corner of Redraolls Road  and the road to Sargent Bay, Serviced with hydro and water,  Larry Reardon, 883-3924, $13,000.  BARgAIN.HARB9VIU.Q.T. ��� Seml-waterfront property, |.i| 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, 889-3924, $22,300.  WWClAl  HiCH.LT  >ROf AMB/ORAVIL AND IAND lALEI. terrific Investment "in  established business concern, Phone Chuck Dowman, 003-9374  lor compute details.  f HIOHWAY 101, COMMERCIAL C2  .^.^.^^^^^.C^ntcQlAlraiwtRoad.^...^-^  SHOPPING CENTRE POTENTIAL  Lot 4, Corner lot 1,883 acres,  price $129,000  j  Lot3, Inside lot 1,778 qcres,  ��� IM  FAIRVIEW RD: Nearly 1/4 acre of flat easy  to build on land. Mobile homes are allowed.  Large cedar trees provide privacy and  enhance this setting. Close to Cedar Grove  School. $11,900.  DAVIDSON RD: 2/5 of an acre with a  fantastic view from Langdale Ridge. This lot  has a small creek on the very back of the  property. All hew homes In this area.  $14,900.  TUWANEK: 80 x 140 lot only one block to  beach. Full view of the Inlet. Piped community water available. $9,900.  ABBS ROAD: Vlow of the Bay aroa and  Georgia Strait Is yours from this beautiful,  lot In area of elaborate homes, Two blocks  to schools and shopping. $18,900,  PRATT RD: Near Codar Grove School. This  lot Is cloarod and ready to build on. Mature  fruit treos dot this 76 X 125 lot. $13,500.  COCHRANE RD: Good building lot 65 x 130,  Close to shopping and the ocean, Sewor  easement of 10' on s.e. side of the lot,  $12,500.  PORPOISE DRIVE SANDY HOOK: Large lot  approximately 122 x 111 with 34 x 140  panhandle entrance. Nice lovol building  sito.Excollont view. ONLY 40 FEET FROM  THE WATER, You must see this lot to fully  approclato the value. $12,000,  POPLAR LAN  street. C  services Ify  lot on quiet  schools. All  13,500.  GRANDVIEW & PRATT: Building lot in a fast  growing area. Approximate size Is 146 x  141 x 74 x 125. Present oil offers on the  asking price of $11,500.    ,  HOPKINS LANDING: View lot c/w 5 x 12'  insu I ated shed, has chemical toilet. You can  live on lot while building home to suit.  Offers to $12,500.  SMITH ROAD: 170 x 127 lot with terrific  view of the ocean. Good building site on  slightly sloping land, $14,500,  UPLANDS RD: Tuwanek. Ideal rocreatlon lot  In beautifully wooded and park like setting.  Zoned for trailers, This lot overlooks Sechelt  Inlet and the Lamb Island, $8,900,  SCHOOL RD: Three view lots 73 x 110. On  sewer, three blocks from schools , and  shopping centre. Cleared for building.  $16,000 each,  SMITH ROAD: Cloarod view lot close to ferry  terminal and ocean view. Triangular shaped  lot with good building site. $14,000,  LANGDALE RIDGE: Nice water vlow  this bargain priced lot. $8,950.  from  ACREAGE  WAKEFIELD RD; Good building lot on water  and pdwer overlooking Georgia Strait and  the Trail Islands. This is a corner lot In a  newly built up area. $12,500,  McCULLOUGH RD: Wilson Creek. Close to  ono acre of treed property with sub-dlvlslon  possibilities, $22,500,  LANGDALE: 4.31 acros. Excellent holding  proporty right across from the forry terminal. Langdalo Creek Is the eastern  boundary of this property, $39,500,  SCHOOL RD: 1,56 acros ad|acont to the  elementary school, Could be subdlvldod  Into lots, On sewor and all services,  $58,000,  COMMERCIAL WATERFRONT: Gibsons. With  watorfront as scarce as It Is this double use  lot represents real value, $33,000,  CHASTER RD: Two acros of nlcoly trood,  lovol land across tho stroot from Codar  Grove School, Zoning allows subdivision  Into 1/4 aero lots. Excollonl for hobby farm  or Investment, $30,000,  i.f-  ./jj.���  "��if-��u W1  Were the Neighborhood Professionals:    p'","'",  _���  ��  SOAMES Pp��NT_  south of Sj  like Start!  Marine Drive  'scaped In front,  $10,500.  .GOWER PT. RP, AT.Mth; Noarly 1/2 qcre 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 boach. $16,900.  CMASHfR ROAD: Nicely treed bulldlno lot In  area of new homes, Size 67 x 123, $9,900,  REDROOFFS ESTATES: 100x230 lot on the  south side of Southwood Road, Create your  own estato on this half acre. $10,300,  ELPHINSTONE   AVE:   $1,000,000  view.  Located on Elphinstone Avenue at Oron-  I thams. Has lane at back. Suit two storey  home with level entry at front. $9,300.  SMITH ROAD: Good view lot 123 x 163 with  a good building site and an unobstructed  ocean view. $14,300,  SOUTH FLETCHER: At School Road, Two lots  40 x 130 each, One lot has a cottage which  could be rented, These lots are mostly  cloarod and ready for building, A spoc  tacular view of the entire Bay area and  Keats Island, $27,300.  CONRAD ROAD: Next to Camp Byng. 2 1/2  acres with limited access, Look Crook runs  through this partially cleared level acreage,  Zonod for mobile homos, Excellent for your  hobby farm, $19,900,  NORTH ROAD: 3,4 park llko acros, Accoss  from side road will secure privacy. Nlcoly  trood. Close to the village. $29,000.  �������� J  ���I  9  GIBSONS: 4,6 acres of excellent holding  property close to Soames Point, Partially  cloarod, Try your oilers. $27,300,  SANDY HOOK ROAD: Sechelt Inlet Estates,  Excellent building lot with wator, hydro and  telephone to lot, A spectacular view of  Porpoise Day and only 4-1/2 miles from  Socholt, $8,900.  ChtKYk ANNE PARK RD: Roberts Crook,  Large lot with beautiful trees and some  view on quiet cul-de-sac In area of fine  homes, Before you decide see this attractive  low priced property. Owner will consider  ���ia,#oo. - - ���- - --���������  MAHAN ROADi Acreage next to vlllago  boundary. 2.16 acres of newly subdivided  land located on Mahnn Road, Proporty has  several springs on It and Is fairly level,  Offers to $30,000.  MASKELL ROADi 1.44 acres of subdlvldable  proporty on Maskoll Rood and lower'  Roberts Crook Road, Zoning allows for 1/2  acre average. This Is a quiet rural area only  3 miles Irom Gibsons, $19,900,  10RHIEGIRARD  896-7760  JON McRAE  689-3670  ANNEGURNEY  886-2164  CHRIS KANKAINEN  886-3545  rtKNE PETTERSEN  886-9793  JAY VISSER  885-3300  DAVE ROBERTS  886-8040  \  -^  I  '\0>  \ 5S_  PageB-6  The Peninsula Times       March 7,1979  Your price is nght if  accommodation you offer,  along with condition of the  home, the yard, the neighr  borhood.  ���You realize that, an abundant supply of properties at  this time makes it a "Buyer's  r^shown7jrou facts~of recentr~ Market"? and arealistic price-  sales. Styes you better chance with  ���you have considered the    the fewer purchasers.  ��� You set it on TRUE  VALUE, not colored'by greed  or emotional attachments.  ��� You have studied the  market, in your area by  consulting with an experienced professional  who  I*  _l-��� I   __!____  885-3295  Van. Direct  681-7931  Where Reql Estate Is serloui ��� but a pleasure  Box 979 Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Next to the Gulf. Station  v  ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE  Seaside Plaza  886-2000  Gibsons  886-2607  WHARF  "The Property  Movers"  REALTY LTD.  885-5171  HALFMOON BAY  This Quality Built Panabode - 3 bedroom, full basement home on  Redrooffs Road, Halfmoon Bay, with 2.2 acres of subdividable  land, gently sloped to the south, within 1 /4 mile of Elementary  School, Grades 1-3 - General Store ��� Post Office - Government  Wharf - and Coopers Green is only 1 mile away where you can  launch your boat. This is a quality home of 1549 sq ft on main  floor and 857 sq ft finished in full basement. Features are 2  lovely stone fireplace, one in living room and one in the  recreation room. Sundeck with patio under and attached sundeck with carport under. A four piece bathroom on main floor  and a 3 piece bathroom in basement. Dining room, kitchen with  Jenn-Aire Range island, dishwasher, double oven, refrigerator,  all these quality appliances���included. All this--for  $88,500.  REDROOFFS AREA  . .         Well maintained mobile on very sunny near half acre. Quiet  area. Zoned R2. FP $28,500. Call Bob 885-3531.  SELMA PARK  Why rent? Move to this little home with a BIG view. 700 sq ft, 2  bedrooms. Call Bob 885-3531. FP $26,000.  "Your Real Estate hosts on the  Sunshine Coast"  PAT MURPHY      BOBBEAUPRE      TREV GODDARD  885-9487 885-3531 886-2658,  HOMES  EXCEPTIONAL $93,500  Here is a home you might find in  Better Horns & Gardens offering  complete seclusion, yet in a central  location. Three bdrms, double  plumbing, charming, living room &  dining room, opening onto a  beautifully landscaped garden. A  rare find for the most discriminating  -buyer���Blease.xalLCotry.Ross ,  ANNOUNCEMENT  Mitten Reqlty is pleased to announce the appointment.of RAYMOND P. BERNIER as the new  Branch Manager/Salesman of its Sechelt office. Mr. Bernier has been with Mitten's West  Vancouver office for the past four years, as well as a member of the MLS Medallion Club for  ���four consecutive years.ancLa.property owner on the Sunshine CoasHor twelve months. He  replaces Mr. Don Sutherland who is now heading up Mitten's sales program in Gibsons,  which includes,75 residential lots as well as I.C. and I. lots.  We wish both Ray and Don much success in'their new positions.  Raymond P: Bernier'  HOMES  WATERFRONT!  '���' SI :iK; TO  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 kit-  -chen���with- lots���of���cupboards.���All-  appliances  drapes  and  some  fur-  _n_-ilil_cJ?. __?__l��y___ _!_ioy __* ocean  view   from   this   sunny "half acre."  Irreplacable at $65,000. Call Terri to  view.  SECHELT VILLAGE $49,500  This lovely 3 bdrm ranch style home  is close to all amenities and would  delight the heart of any gardener,  1260 sq ft of immaculate home. Floor  SECRETCOVE^ ^^$687900  This exceptional .45 acre waterfront  ijroper_Jy=in__!he_Jpng_a_cffl_jrf^Secret  Cove Is truly one of a kind. Approx-.  370' waterfrontage, older two  bedroom cottage,��� deep water  moorage and dock. Lots of sunshine  herel Call Corry Ross.  WATERFRONT  WATERFRONT  ROBERTS CREEK ,       $45,000  Drive down to the end of Metcalfe  Road and see for yourself what a  great semi-waterfront location this  is. The house needs a spot of paint  outside but inside there is plenty of  good accommodation including three  bedrooms, family sized dining room,  rec room and two'fireplaces. Please  call Corry Ross.  GIBSONS $85,500  Large modern house with view.  Basement set up & used as hair,  dressing salon ��� could be in-law  suite. Extra wide lot for privacy or  may be subdivided off. Excellent  financing is assumable. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  GIBSONS $59,500  Family home with view of harbor.  Immaculate      condition,      three  bedrooms, sundeck, landscaped lot.  Close to  everything.  Call Terri  Hanson for viewing.  'GRANTHAMS $45,000  Waterview home with two lots for  -your-privacy; great potential, two  bedrooms,    part   basement,    large',  living room. Suzanne Dunkerton.  Iu miliny uul sluiie coinur fireplace  to enhance the living and dining  room and a sunroom for all your  plants. Garden is fully fenced and a  targe garage for storage is conveniently located. Call Suzanne for  viewing.  SEMI-WATERFRONT $89,500  With beach access & good moorage  in Langdale. Spectacular view of  Gambier Is. & Howe Sound. 3 bdrm, 2  bathrooms, indirect lighting & 2  fireplaces are a few of the features  of this spacious home, Lots of privacy  on this park-like property situated on  the north side of the ferry slip on  Smith Road. Don't miss this one.  Watch for signs or call Terri Hanson  for more details.  COMMERCIAL  HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS $160,000  TANTALUS APARTMENTS  This is a 9 suite apartment block with  5 bachelor units and 4 one bedroom  units, all wall to wall carpets with ,  electric range & fridge in each unit.  .Prime Iocation7~ample~park[ng,7~air  have private entrances. Shows good  yearly revenue and requires- only  $45,000. cash. Call Suzanne for more  information.  GOWER POINT $85,000  Private quiet beach at your front |  door. This 2 bedroom home has 1050'  sq ft of warm immaculate living  space a kitchen that is spacious and  convenient lots of storage space not  to mention the teak walls and custom  made cedar cupboards. Cozy living  and dining room with a cut stone  fireplace. A workshop downstairs  which could be a rec room. A  beautiful garden full of shrubs,  flowers and bushes surround this  lovely home. Call Suzanne  Dunkerton.  ROBERTS CREEK "WATERFRONT  HOMES  Two exclusive waterfront properties  newly listed. For appointment to  view, call Corry Ross, 885-9250.  RdBERTS CREEK WF $96,500  This lovely rabbling 1450 sq ft home  is just full of charm I Spacious room  -with���-lots���x>f~window*_taking���ad-���  vantage     of     the     spectacular  panoramic view. Heatfocm fireplace,  -doj-Me^plumbing^gajyjge^and,  workshop. The lot has .approx 89' of  high bank waterfront with a good  path to the beach and is approx 375'  deep. Please phone Corry Ross for  appt to view.  WATERFRONT ACREAGE       $89,500  1.89 acres, and an elegant 2 bdrm  Hteben���is���spacious���arrd-  practical. Jennaire range, built in  oven, dishwasher, cupboards galore.  Open living and dining area  overlooking water and islands.  Beautifully designed bathroom that  includes a sauna, sunken tub and  double sinks. Large utility with a  shower and a separate entrance. The'  back is surrounded by a 600 sq. ft.  sundeck for you to sit and enjoy the  view. Tastefully landscaped with  little maintenance necessary. Phone  Suzanne Dunkerton for more information.  HOME BY THE SEA  $79,500  West. Coast look.,Hardwood dining  room floors,  three  bedrooms,  two  bpths.   Full   value   here,   in   West  iecfu_ftv~CdirCorry~Ross .  SAKINAW LAKE WF |ust $7,000  This beautiful waterfront can be your  hideaway. Boat access only. Call  Suzanne Dunkerton for more information.  LOTS  LOTS  GOWER POINT BEAUTY $85,000  2 BR, fabulous teak & cedar kitchen,  blacktop driveway. A residence of  distinction. View with Suzanne  Dunkerton.  PRIVACY  ACREAGE  $18,000  Why live in a rural community unless  you enjoy rural solitude. This 145 x  "405' 173 acre~l6nr2-r/2TfilleTfrom"  Sechelt above Porpoise Bay. A rare  -offering   not   often   found- on_the_.  Peninsula.   Private   driveway.   Call  Terri Hanson for information.  WINN RD., GIBSONS $ 15,000  Here is a lot with everything. Extra  large & serviced, southern exposure  to water & mountain view. Close to  all amenities. Call Suzanne to view.  REDROOFFS $7,500  Check the price & compare. This lot is  priced to sell. Excellent building lot  with easy access. Trailers permissible. Call Terri for more information.  -TUWANEK         View lot  overlooking   Lamb's   Bay.  __Cjosotoeasy_beach access ������ vendor  wilUarrylnt C.T.R. PrFcedlinj 107000."  Phone Terri for more  information.  GIBSONS $13,500  Here is the building lot you've been  looking for. Close to schools,  shopping & beach. Potential view to  boot. Surrounded by quality new  homes. Call Suzanne Dunkerton for  .information.  CHOICE, CHOICE, CHOICE  View lots in Gibsons, Davis Bay and  Sechelt. from $13,500  to   $16,000.  DAVIS BAY  Large view lot, two  Suzanne on this one.  $16,000-  accesses.  Call  CHERYL-ANN PARK RD. $15,500.  A view ��� a creek - centrally located in  Roberts Creek. 94 feet of creekside -  164 feet deep - prime residential lot.  Call Don Sutherland  KEATS ISLAND $7,500  Nicely treed corner lot with a view.1  Hydro"8rwateravai.lable.-8x 12 shed-  to remain. Call Terri Hanson.  CORRY ROSS  885-9250  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  885-3971  TERRI HANSON  885-5046  North Vancouver  139 West 16th Street  West Vancouver  1586 Marine Drive  Vancouver OTHER OFFICES  3343 Kingsway TO SERVE YOU  MEMBER OF "RELOCATION SERVICES CANADA" REFERRAL SYSTEM  Surrey  10474 137th St.  Langley  20585 Fraser Hwy  Powell River  4726 Marine Avenue  THE NUMBER  TO REMEMBER  We Are As Close As Your Phone  885-2235 (-) t&o e.  Vane. 689-5838 (24 his.)  DON'T LIVE IN THE CABIN [BUT] #3990  It's a strong placo to keep your tools while you build. 60 x  150' partly fenced has good growing earth. Water & sewer at  property lino, Best of oil, just $11,500. Dial "TINY BOB" 885-'  2235 (24 hrs.)  HOBBY FARM - COUNTRY ESTATE #4071  Live in seclusion on this 9,8 aero property or havo your own  hobby farm with a price that Is within your reach. This  remodelled house nestles |n a landscaped area with heated  groonhouso and outbuildings noarby. A year round crook  runs through tho property, The owner wonts to soil so has  Instructed mo to reduce tho price by $20,000 to $65,000,  Phono me for further details. DON LOCK, 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  HERE'S A LOT TO BUILD UPON #4059  $1500 down? You name It and wo will try It. Prestigious  location ��� Davis Bay, Vlow. Proximity to easy ocoan access,  Cornor, cloarod, excavated. 110x71', Full prlco $13,000,  More? "TINY BOB" 883-2233 (24 hrs,)  PRIME WEST SECHELT s #3958  A fine lot on Samron Road, 80 x 14,0', nice trees, level, and  services at roadside, Zonod Rl,new home aroa, Vondor osks  $12,000, Don't pass this up, PETER SMTIH, 005-2235 (24 hrs.)  OCEAN VIEW HOME #3942  Modorn 4 bodroom with 1 lour ploeo bathroom and two J/2  bathrooms. Spacious' living room with fireplace, Bright well  planned kitchen, carport, landscaped fenced lot with good  vogotoblo garden, Asking $62,500, JIM WOOD, 005-2235  (24 hrs,)  COUNTRY ACRES #3884  For your peace ol mind and privacy be sure to look over  these 2 aero parcels at Kielndale, All have paved road access  and aro |u��t minutes to excellent fishing and boating aroas,  Cash or 20 por cent down on prices starting at $16,500, BERT  WALKER, 805-2235 (24 hrs.)  Box 128  AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  Coast to Coast  Real Estate Service  Call now for our FREE Real Estate Catalogue  PLENTY ROOM TO STRETCH #4065  On over 1.5 acres and 3 bedrooms with 1-1/2 baths, Just  $49,500. About 5 yrs old has electric heat. A pleasure to  show the Interior of this VLA approved home in a country  setting. May I? TINY BOB, 885-2235 (24 hrs,)  NEW HOUSE ON OVER 1 ACRE #4072  A modified Gothic Arch house with exceptional window  design to give a vlow of tho Gulf, Deslgnod lor an additional  suite on tho lowor floor or ovon build an Investment home for  rental on the large lot. Located on desirable Redrooffs area,  and only $49,500 with torms, DON LOCK, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  lor tho attractive torms that tho ownoris willing to accept,  BIG OPEN LOT #3908  Redrooffs area��� level and sunny, 80 x 260', lots of room for  your home and garden. Recreational vehlclo etc, OK for your  home design, or mobile homo, Services at roadside. Asking  price just $10,200, POTER SMITH, 005-2235 (24 hrs,)  SEA VIEW LOT #4063  Boautllul panoramic "ocean vlow lot approximate al/o 51 x  240', locatod In a most desirable aroa 1 mllo from Sechelt,  All services available, Approved for soptlc, check It out and  call out mo for dotollt. Asking $13,900, JIM WOOD, 005-  2235 (24 hrs,). f  QUIET CONVENIENT #4064  Hero's a now 3 bodroom vlow homo on two floors In a quiet  aroa of Wilson Creek, Handy to most conveniences yet away  Irom tralllc noise, Earn Into this ono with $10,000 down and  balance at current interest rate, Full price $51,900. BERT  WALKER, 005-2235 (24 hrs.)  *   ��� i.  40 ACRE PRIME RESIDENTIAL #4601  Subdlvldor's Investment opportunity. Zonod RIL.allows the  smaller lot sites, Mostly gentle southern slopes. Good perk  area, May I assist you? R,B, "TINY BOB" KENT, 005-2235 (24  hrs.)  Ruth Moor  885*9213  Don Lock  883-2526  Peter Smith  885-9463  Louella Goodwin  885-2235  HARD TO FIND WATERFRONT -     #4035  Here it Is ��� 75' of sandy waterfront. Charming home with 2  baths, great storage, fireplace and wood burner. Large 2  level sundeck, Greenhouse and garden areas. Immaculately  maintained, Priced at |ust $65,000. RUTH MOORE, 885-2235  (24 hrs.)  STOP I AND LOOK AT ME I #4033  Yes, that's right, look at this 3 bedroom with bright sunny  living room with fireplace, full basement; recreation room,  sauna room, this home Is In excellent condition. No maintenance required for years. View of Trail Bay, Included In  sale: washer, dryer, stove, fridge, built-in vacuum. Try your  offer la, the asking price of $56,000. JIM WOOD, 885-2235  (24 hrs.)  PEACE AND QUIET #3963  A very nice 2 bedroom home, Electric heat, and In living  room, that co.y brick fireplace. Stop-savor kitchen, glass  door to patio from dining Carport, plus storage and  workshop. Lovely landscaped garden, lovol lot & fully fenced,  A gem at $43,400, west ol Pratt Rd, PETER SMITH, 805-2235  (24 hrs.)  WATERFRONT - INVESTMENT PROPERTY     #4066  Throo lagoon lots comblned'to a 3 aero parcel complete with  two modern homes (both rented at the momenl) plus a  heatod Insulated workshop. You must too this to envisage  the possibilities ol a beautiful home to llvo in (complete with  sauna) and rental Income. Road to waterfront roughed In,  Owner will listen to all olfers and will carry some terms,  Reduced to $115,000, OON LOCK, 805-2235 (24 hrs.)  THREE BEDROOM ��� WATER VIEW #4024  .Very nice ��� excellent condition. Nearly 1300 sq It family  home, with unfinished grade level basemen). Master  bedroom ��� full 3 piece ensuite bath, Separate dining room,  plus eating area In kitchen, which has vlow, as has living  room with corner fireplace too. Great for children, and near  arena, Oilers lo $56,500, has 10-3/4% mortgage. PETER  SMITH. 8852235 (24 hrs.)  T "t.till  Vi~r>\,&*A  NEW 2 BEDROOM HOME    H3925 MLS  Spanish styling, 1/3 acre lot. Friendly  neighborhood of new homos. Large  rooms, good fireplace, thermopane  windows, heavy Insulation,  tremendous storage, many closets,  Well designed kitchen with dishwasher. Double attached carport.  Roady lor occupancy and vendor  wants to sell now. Offers to $44,500,  RUTH MOORE, 885-2235 (24 hrs.)  GARDENERS SPECIAL N407S  Come and see this cozy older 2  bedroom home with full basement on  a larger than usual level lot within  walking distance of shopping and  most amenities. Exceptionally good  garden for green thumb enthusiasts,  Vendor will listen to offers on the  $39,500 asking price, BERT WALKER,  885-2235 (24 hrs.)  *���'   Ah  !#'��  Jim Wood  885-2571  Bert Walker  885-3746  Jack Warn  886-2681  Bob Kent  885-9461  *:.  *��feLilM  TIP TOP OF THE Hill REASONABIY  PRICED TRIPLE BEDROOM FAMILY  HOME  Practically new, modular construction with 3 bedroom. Auto oil  furnace, large front room 20 x 12',  bookshelves Included, Separated  dining area, All wall to wall except 1  bedroom, 2 baths and kitchen with  lino flooring. Situated on 95 x 111'  lot, Moderate traffic, small tots  school nearby and reasonable  walking distance to Sechelt, Built-in  Philips TV, Admiral range, dishwasher ft Irldge, all embraced in full  price of $41,000. Lei me Qlllll you to  the purchase at your service "TINY  BOB" KENT. Dial home BB5-9461.  Local office corner Cowrie ft Trail  Ave., downtown Sechelt, 805-2235  f> hrs.)  ftMT TUMUMOUHYtLLOW PAOEI  JUST LOOK AT THE VIEW I #4067  2 year old home ��� 3 bedrooms with  mother-in-law suite. Woll built ond  large sundeck to holp you en|oy the  view, Includes 6 appliances. Just 1  block lo superb beach, $50,000 takes  It all, RUTH MOORE, 805-2235 (24  hrs.)  ��.v     j-     ���,     ,.-  ���e'sifrit h''Mt"}  John R. Goodwin  885-2456  "K  _ '. ?-__iiS y___tfm~l    -   M*       ^  *  f    �� *<���      >_*___ *       _ <>    IvT      '_S       *    '    \ /    . ,*���  I o?   & v..   *   Vi^lfe��S  7 Noticeably large increases in school  district No. 46 board's provisional budget  were the main concerns at the meeting of  the school board with village councils and  Sunshine Coast regional board last  Wednesday.  , *. -  < >  questioned. Denley said the aides work  part-time supervising, hearing children,  read, helping in the Sunshine School, etc.  -The- board~permits-as-many-aides-,as  needed subject to fiscal restraints. '.  The two rehab aides in Pender Harbour  Council rmembererand   regional -and-three- Sunshine School -aides-have  directors were invited to ask questions as   some training and work six hours a day,  district secretary-treasurer Roy Milts   one kindergarten aide works two hours a  reveiwed each section of the budget.       ~ day,and 13 suPervision aides work 2%  * Each increase was suitably explained,   hours a day.  7 At the same time, a number of parents.  volunteer their time in various areas of the  schools.      - ,  - , Mills said the utility account "went-  horrendously over" last year due to large  Jncreaaes,irLHydro and fuel.  Also-increasing the operating cost of-  the school district was the opening' of  Pender Harbour High School which has  twice the space of the portables to be  heated. *  The eiectrically-heatedr air-  conditioned schools of Cedar Grove,  Chatelech and Pender Harbour are  '���significanly more expensive to operate  than oil-heated schools," Mills said.  __jrhe_costbenefits of electrically��heated-  schools are expected in three to four years  when the increased cost of fossil fuels  outpaces electrical costs.  . "It may be right, but it's hurting right  now, no doubt about it," Mills said.  i-jaseJn school-cleir^^  from the actual expenditure of $180,292 in  1978 to an estimated $208,809 was attributed to wage increases negotiated by  CUPE and increasing* senior secretaries'  wages to a level comparable with other  districts.  Most explanations were quite simple ���  the- Native-Environmental-Studies^  program was allotted more time this year  _____he__pieg___m_  needed funds in 1978 for only September to  December.  . Mills said the gross cost of the NES  program is expensive, but "the provincial  government realizes this and gives sup-  plementary grants."  menvjv  NOT AN ACCIDENT but the HalfmoonBay Fire Dept. at work removing an old  structure on Redrooffs Road for safety. Scene was captured by alert young  photographer JudTffickwire of Halfmoon Bay, a grade ninestudent.   Prime tirtail or Office Sparc in be  <'onstmcte<l in Loner (,ibsons.  l*rospectire tenants contact (,l]OR(,l:_  MAY IKf/S after :i:00 p.m.. H8h-22htt.  District Superintendent John Denley  said these grants are applied only to that  program���and^me-distriet^ffers���ap--  proximately 18-20 program each receiving  supplementary grants.  The necessity, of teacher aides was also  Port Mellon  hosp aux.  The February meeting of the Port  Mellon Hospital Auxiliary was held at the  home of Inger Neilsen February 14. There  were 14 members present. We are happy  to welcome a new member, Margaret Bob.  The meeting was chaired by president  Doreen Dockar. Reports were heard from  the various committees. Our vice  president Edith Simmons is the new vice  chairman of the co-ordinating council.  Members are reminded of the Volunteers annual luncheon to be held in St���  Hilda's Church Hall in Sechelt on March 6  at 11 a.m. Guest speaker will be Ian  Hunter of the physiotherapy department  of St. Mary's Hospital.  For those who are interested in joining  our auxiliary, please note that our  meetings are held in the homes of  members on the second Wednesday of the  month at 1:30 p.m. Our members live in  Langdale, Hopkins Landing and Soames.  The next meeting will1 be held at the;  h5flfe"SriEa_tiniosgr telephone 386-7327^ M  The WESTWOOD reality,  Inlf Hlmentel YOiirflream��  Before you find a new home, you have       No one takes more care than  nsinc  ateriat-  raream of the ideal. To fulfil that dream,  talk to WESTWOOD. We can make it a  reality.  iVeroffer large hemes, economy-  homes, split levels, bungalows���a  design to meet every dream.  And what designs they are.  WESTWOOD to create homes people  i are proud to own. We believe a home  should be beautiful and for over 17 years  rhaveied-theindustryr  Plus, you save money.  ' With a manufactured home and the  component system, you're not hit with  costs. There's no on-site waste, costly  errors or delays associated with  conventional on-site construction.  ~ ^ffn^d^tmoreabourfGJfilling^yoIur"  dream, mail us the completed coupon  to-day! We'll send you a full colour  brochure illustrating our complete range.  I ADDRESS  I Enclosed is $2.00 for full colour  I catalogue  D I have a building lot  I D I plan to build in 79  j D I will need financing  POSTAL  -CODE _  BUILDING SYSTEMS LTD.  2 Ewen Avenue. New Westminster  British Columbia, V3M 5B1  Telephone: 526-2677  Making living  more beautiful  for over 17 years  Your local representative is:  >r���i^iVf.tirfr.r--*-*   " ������_���  ���  BILL PARENT  921-7278  THEFREEKYHAT  by Garry Tyson  Once upon a time I wai walking through Ihe woods one day. A Frog camo up to  me and said, "I will grant you one wish." The boy thought, "Oh, I'll get a hat," he said,  "Then the ra|n will keep of! my head."  "O.K.", said the frog*.'TWINKlE TOESI MUD PIESI GIVE THE BOY A HAT" Then the  boy had a hat, but something was strange about that hat. It kept giving out strange  noises, like "I'm going to klll-l-l-l you','. Then the boy threw It in the garbage.  ti*mmimm*memwm*m0Ami  THE MAGIC HAT  By Mr. Campbell's Class  mmmmmmmmM  ��M  Tho following are a group of stories written by Mr. Campbell's  Grade 5 class at Sechelt Elementary. The theme of the stories was  "Suppose you found a magic hat".  THE MAGICIAN AND HIS HAT  by Colleen Yearley  Mr. Jones had a dream that a magician came to town and brought a special hat.  The hat was black and had white lining In It. The magician was stoylng In a motel  near Mr. Jones' house. The next morning the magician was going to perform at the  Pacific Colosseum. The night went by fast and soon ft was morning time. In every  store In town on the windows hung a sign that said, "Come and see the magic hat."  Mr. Jones was up bright and early to go and see him perform. Mr. Jones wanted  to be a magician all of his life and wanted to be the most famous magician in the  world. All'of a sudden the magician called Mr. Jones to be his assistant. Mr. Jones  was excited. All of a sudden the magician said some magic words Into his hat and  Mr. Jones'disappeared. .��   ���>    '  HAPPY  BIRTHDAY!  Billy Dall  March 9,  5 yrs old  Hey Kids!  Send your name  and birthdate to us  at Box 310, Sechelt  & we'll wish you  a Happy Birthday!  ���  THE MAGIC HAT  ]^/ft\\  byPereckPaul  One day I was walking to tho store. Then suddenly I saw a hat with a big mouth(  on the street,  A car came by and hit the hat, It woke up and bit tho tiro of I, Tho car scroochod  down the street and hit a telephone polo, I ran to get the hat and took it homo and  showed my Mom and Dad. My Dad put It on his head and he had a bald head after  that. Ho wore his cap all tho time until he grew moro hair,  Make It!  QUICK CHICKEN A LA KING  1 can cream of mushroom soup  5 oz. can boned chicken, cut up  2 oz. |ar pimento, cut up  1/2 cup cut up celery  Heat can of soup,  Add other Ingredients.  Heat thoroughly.  Serve on toast.  L  THE MAGIC HAT  by Darryl Casey  When I Am Sad  When I am sad  I am a lost dog  I am cut  I am hurt  When I am sad  I am not a silver bell  I am a cut dog  Jtnnl!*rCranv��r,  Orade 2, Cedar Orove  When I Am Sad  When I am sad  am a dead rose.  Tcmnnrtiyffig-bwr^'' r���-*   When i am sad  am a broken dish.  Wendy Wray,  Orade t Ceda r Orove  One day, Gerry, Joson and I were walking down the street ahd Jason saw a hat.  He had taken II lo school and It ate his locker and It ato the teacher's desk so ho took  It homo and the hat ate all the supper table and the c,halrs, They shot It but It didn't  dlo, Gerry said to Jason, "I'm glad we got rid ol that hat. I" ,  The hat played dead but It |umped out of the garbage can and ate tho door and  wont up tho stairs were Gerry and Jason, were, It ate tho door to the room thoy wore  In,  When I came home from work, 98rry 'old me that wo had a live hat, Out I had to  go to a show so Gerry and Jason went to sell the hat to the next-door neighbour, ond  he loved hats so he bought It and In a week's time he had trained It and ha had  company,  THE MAGIC HAT  by Derek Johnson  One day I was walking along the sidewalk, I saw a funny hat. I brought It home to  try b��t lt���yya�� |pg big, | yfotjolng |o sell It to-morrow but that night It was "ollvo", It  was walking ar*bun'rTfor awhile but I heard somebody walRfFflWounflTt^  toe who 11 war, but t only law th�� hat, I tried to catch It but it ate me)  mm  *m  My Horse  by Hannah Anthonys*  I have a horse,  She's very pretty.  She does shows  In the city.  I love her dearly  And that she knows,  As I watch her  I seo her grow,    ,  On the mountain  I ride her free,  On the cliffs  And at the sea.  So now I call hor  Golden Mile".  So I'll end>my poem  With a smile.  mmmWm  Just for Fun  Mo: Did your watch stop whon It fell on the  floor?  Jo: Of course ��� did you expect It to go right  through?  Dlmm: Do, farmers always bring their cows  In from the fields at night?  Witt: Of course, dummy I II they didn't, tho  cows would be pastourlzod.  What did ono mountain say to the olhor  after the earthquake?  It Isn't my faulllll  How many foot aro In a yard?  Depends How many pooplo aro standing on  II? ~5S~  ,**>��-  ��� 1  : -...  l   ��� I  i  Resource society annual meet  The  Sunshine-Coast -Community  Resource Society will hold its annual  meeting  March 15-at 7:307 _p.m.   in_.  Elphinstone School with Mr.  Warren  McKibben as guest speaker.  Mr. McGibbon, president of St. Mary's  Hospital Society, will outline the additions  and improvements to the hpspital in its  quest to provide better patient care.  Cornmittee heads of the Resource;  Society ��� Mini-bus, Finance,  Homemakers, Volunteer Bureau, Services  to Seniorsr Membership,-Alternate  Education ��� will be present to answer  questions. Membership is about 100. We  would likeioinarease this as the society is  financed almost llRFper cent-by-the  provincial government and by having good  public support, continued funding will be  more readily achieved.  ���Members know-that the various ser-���save-many-dollars.   vices provided have been of vary positive Come along and join us in this meeting,  help to many oh the peninsula. Further, by Fees are $2 per person per year and may  providing some services to clients in their be paid at the meeting or by mail ��� Box  own homes the public treasury is able to    1069, Sechelt, B.C.  Squaringly yours  By MAURICE HEMSTREET  THE NORTHERN HEATLINER  *ls a double walled firebox ta be used as a-  built-in structural part of a masonry fireplace.  *The only fireplace that replaces the oxygen  used by the fire, on a continual basis.  -^Positive air-control��� greater-fuel-efficiency.-  *Smoke-not- heat goes up the chimney, two  dampers.  *No drafts - gentle air "pressure created  throughouLhoi!l|n  *Old fashioned conventional fireplaces function only because of the imperfections in our  homes. Strictly speaking, they should not work.  There is no physical principle behind their  design.  885-2615  Frnh ourtlda  air ���nieri  backer/  hwlllner  Warm air flow*  %trom Iront of  hMtllner30O*F-f-  O)  ALSO AVAIL ABLE NORTHERN FIREPLACE INSERTS.  "Act j 0 s tali hTrf us ri Ii3e~ infito-your~exl s ting"f i replace." OMT^TMJnitrsa^fiiundreciror  dollars, and still enjoy an open fire. Our fan can be installed to further increase  efficiency, on BOTH units, if required.  SOME OF the many skaters in the  "Salute to Disney" Ice Show  scheduled for the Sechelt Arena  Sunday at 2:30 are, left to right,  Sheryl Douglas, Linda Leitner,  Louise Higgs, and Sherry Jorgenson.  Tickets at Uncle Mikes, Arena,  Driftwood Crafts. Guest skaters and a  door prize of dinner for two at Parthenon.  |     Shop Canadian   \  SPRING BULBS  Dahlias    Begonias   Gladiolus  Anemones,   etc.  Alyssum       Aubrieta,     Wall  Fit .vers  and   much   more  Deserted Bay report  Through the rapids  By Jennifer Hopkins  and Terry Allan  This week was our second week up at  Tsoh-nye and it went much smoother than  the first, because everyone is used to the  routine.   ���  We had no problems with the water this  week because the weather is getting  warmer and the snow is thawing.  This week we started doing some Indian arts. We are well into our English and  Math courses and starting our Socials.  In our canoeing program we were  taught some new canoeing strokes like the  pry and the draw, that get you out of tight  spots quickly. We all did very well.  The highlight of our week was our trip  up Princess Louisa Inlet. To get there we  had to go through the Malibu Rapids, and  for this we had to be taught how to  calculate the slack water, by using tide  tables. The main point of this trip was to  view the famous Chatterbox Falls.  The dock up at Princess Louisa was in  need of repairs, so we had to take a raft  from the dock to land. The raft didn't quite  make it, so we got a little wet���it was a lot  of fun.    the cook was away this week, so Sasha  Dupre took over and she did an excellent  job, especially the birthday cake she made  for Rob Gibbons. We all thank her.  With spring coming and because the  dorms are messy, we are cleaning and I  hear the boys are doing a beter job than  the girls!  Hello there, fellow dancers. OH!  YEAH, two weeks in a row I am already  yet on time, just one problem. Gotta catch  TfiaTfer^and headforthe Beginners'  Jamboree in Vancouver. So on with the  square dance news of last Friday night.  With caller Harry Robertson on stage  and over three sets on the floor we had a  fantastic time. Well, what else, that's what  square dancing is all about.  The Bowes and Conroys are back from  their winter holidays all rested for a new  season of square dancing and I have to  admit, there was a lot more life on the  floor.  Deanne Robertson received a special  square dancing grandparents badge  complete with a picture of her granddaughter from past pres. Lloyd Scrimshaw and his good wife Ethel and I think  this is very thoughtful of them.  President Merril Bowes didn't have too  much to say at coffee time. However, give  him a week's rest and I am sure he will be  full of a good line of bull for next week.  Dates to remember ��� St. Hilda's  March 10, Welcome Beach Hall March. 17  and more about our trip to Moscrop School  jamboree next week. "NowT gotta scram,  so have a good day and do be kind to your  neighbor.  It might be me, bye now.  ifjft SUNCOAST  Mfc_4r       WsatherProducts  ^^r Box 1418, Sechelt  ^insulation *.h*rmal windows ^aluminum products  Call us  today at:  885-3311  for a  free estimate  CARTER SEEDS  FERTILIZERS  ENTANGLE  885-3818   * 30 .v���o  The Grub Baa  Tacos simplicficados  By Ann  WALK WISE  WITH vow eves  Pedestrian Safety  ~~  RON McGUINNESS -  (8 years background with two leading insulation and aluminum  products companies)  ENERGY CONSERVATION PRODUCTS:  Rordend^sSlSpra^foamed-in-place insulation, Machine blown,  cellulose fibre insulation. Fibre glass batt insulation, Storm and  sealed Glass windows &-Doors, Storm/Screen Doors, Insulating-  Skylights and Overhead Ceiling Fans.  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Remove all side shoots as they appear,  and grow your plants with a single crown,  Courtesy of  ANN-LYNN FLOWERS JST  hot casserole, It's lively but good!  SIMPLIFIED TACOS CASSEROLE  One 16 oz. can stewed tomatoes  % teasp. dried oregano, crushed  1 teasp. sugar  % teasp Worcestershire sauce  y. teasp. salt ��� dash of pepper  V_ teasp. bottled hot pepper sauce  % cup chopped green pepper  Ms cup chopped onion  FOR SALE  PENDEROSA���  at Garden Bay  DRIVE-lN TAKE OUT  GROCERIES  BARBER SHOP  FANTASTIC 2 BEDROOM  SEPARATE LIVING QUARTERS  WITH WATER VIEW.  NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY THIS  GOING CONCERN  To view call Mike Rosse  883-9378  or  > /  PENDER HARBOUR REALTY LTD.  Hiway 101 at Francl- P��nln_ula Rd. *  1 lb. ground beef  Vi teasp. garlic salt  1 pkg. corn chips (6 cups)  4 or 5 slices cheese  2 cups shredded lettuce  In a medium skillet, cook ground beef  till browned, stirring to break up into  small chunks. Drain off the excess fat. Stir  in garlic salt. Coarsely crush corn chips;  place corn chips in bottom of ungreased  eight-inch square baking dish. Spoon the  hot meat over chips, top with the cheese.  Bake in a 350 degree F. oven about 10-12  minutes or until cheese begins to melt and  mixture is heated thoroughly. Sprinkle the  baked casserole with shredded lettuce;  pour taco sauce over the top. Serve immediately. Will make four generous  servings.  TACO SAUCE  In a bowl, stir togotter stewed  tomatoes, sugar, oregano, Worcestershire  sauce, salt and pepper and pepper and  pepper sauce. (If you want a milder  flavor, use less pepper sauce). Using edge  of spoon, break up large pieces of tomato.  Stir in green pepper and onions; set aside  for topping on hot casserole.  ITALIAN DINNER IN A HURRY (Uso  w|th noodles in place of lasagnn, thoy cook  ih half tho time).  QUICK USAONA /  8 oz. bulk Italian sausago I  4 oz. (2Mi cups) wide noodles  1 beaten egg  1 cup cream stylo cottage cheese  . 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Orpen, Sutherland back  as "Commercial Allstars"  Use 'rimes' Adbriefs to Self, Rant, Buy, Swap etc  ANNUAL MEETING  Sechelt Fire Protection District  Notice is.hereby given that the undersigned has been appointedx^mlng OFRCER  to condgct an election, to select Two (2) Trustees for the above mentioned District.  One Trustee to be elected from the owners of lands within the Sechelt Fire Protection  District NOT within the Corporation of the Village of Sechelt; and One Trustee to be  elected by the owners of land within the Corporation of the Village of Sechelt. The  registered voters are hereby notified to attend a meeting to be held in the Sechelt  Fire Hall, Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. March 19,. 1979 at the hour of 7:30 o'clock p.m.  at which place and hour I shall proceed to call for nominations and to take the votes  of the Electors present. The said meeting will be closed as soon as the votes of the  Electors present, and voting when votes are called for, have been counted.  Dated this 26th day of February, A.D. 1979.  BENJAMIN D. FIRTH,  Returning Officer  A group of players who formed the  nucleus of the "Gales" last year have reunited themselves in hope of continuing  the annual Powell River vs Sechelt  Challenge Cup. The new club will be  "Commercial Allstars".  The team has decided to organize and  finance themselves through two exhibition  series with ^'ixiac^ -frimr-tl^6_ Squamish  Commercial men's league.  The team will be bolstered by ^B.C.  and the Bruins as a last cut. Minor hockey  players Bobby Dixon and Rory Walker will  join the team, as will former Gales' Kelly  Bodnarek, Doug Kennedy, Bob Blake,  Sean Van Streppin and Jim Gray.  First exhibition will be Saturday,  March 10 at 8:30 p.m. at the Arena.  Come see our local boys who have  bounded into the junior ranks with 7 a  successful season.  Junior Hockey League defenseman Stu  Orpen and Chilliwack Bruin All-Star Mike  Sutherland. Both players left the Gales  last year to join the junior ranks, and both  had exceptional first years in the junior  loop.  Orpen has been eyed by Ernie McLean  and the NW Bruins as an outstanding  prospect, while Sutherland won a spot on  the BCJHL all-star team in his first full  season.  Other locals playing will be Ivan Dixon,  who just missed playing with Sutherland  Minor Hockey  Term deposits  UP TO  REGULAR SAVINGS  ACCOUNTS-  -Based on minimum monthly balance-  FREE CHEQUING  m%  PORT MELLON INDUSTRIES  CREDIT UNION  GIBSONS OWN CREDIT UNION  ��� 886*8121 ��� -   ���  Located next to Gibsons Bus Depot  continue  *��� "��� The second week of play-offs continues  this week in all division, with a host of  exhibition games as well.  The Weldwood Clippers travel to West  Van. for a match against their Zone I  bantam "B" club. As well, it is hoped the  TBS team will be travelling to Surrey for a  pair of weekend encounters. Also the  ~RangersTnidget club will host a team of  midget 'B"s from the Seafair Association  in Richmond.  Teams have been selected for the  Easter Powell River Jamboree. The Twin  Creek club will represent our pee wee  division, while the Family Mart "Aces"  will be our bantam representatives. The  midgets representative will be our Credit  Union Rangers. Games will begin  Saturday, March 24 through to Monday,  March 26. We may also be sending for a  bantam "C" tournament, we are still  awaiting confirmation on this, however.  Final league follows, as well as play-off  schedule:  MINOR HOCKEY PLAYOFFS  Thursday, March8: (7:154:45 p.m.) ���  A's vs Glass.  Saturday, March 10: (10:30-11:45) -  Sabres vs Kin-ucks; (12 noon - 1:15) ���  OWL vs Elphinstone; (1:30-2:45) ��� Aces  vs Twin Creek; (3-4:15) ��� Rangers vs  Seafair (tentative).  Sunday, March 11: (7:45-9) ��� 140's St  T&T practice; (9:15-10:30) - GT's &  Flyers practice; (10:45-12 noon) ��� 109's vs  Oilers; (12:15-1:30) - Clippers vs 140-23's.  FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS  Pup Division GP  W  L Pts  Kinsmen Kin-ucks  8    5    3    10  Leglonl40s 8    4    4     8  Mercuryland Sabres 8   3   5     6  Atom Division  T&TTruckers  7 7 0 14  OWL  7 4 3 8  Elphinstone Rec 8 0 8 0  Pee wee Division         GP W  L T Pts  Legion 109s 6 4    2-8  TBS 6 3    4    1      7  Standard Oilers 6 14    13  Bantam Division              GP W L PU  GT's 0 5 1 10  Family Mart Aces  5 3 2 6  TwlnCreek 5 0 5 0  Midget Division  TyeeFlyers 0 5 1 10  Weldwood Clippers 7 4 3 8  140-23's 7 1 0 2  Juvenile Division  Credit Union Rangers 7 0 1 12  Elson Glass 7 4 3 8  Anderson A's 7 1 6 2  PLAYOFFS  Any teams tied in points at the end of  play-off round robin, will refer back to  final standings for league champion I  helps you  know wliy.  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"We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities"  CO-OP  Lower Olbsons, 806-2522  STORE HOURS:  rr-�� rw'*- <��'���*-*  Scrturday. ��� ���' '"'  Wl WILL 111 CLOtlD SUNDAYS UNTIL -ASTIR  fric��i ���f(*cllv* March I,' 9, 10 V. ���  ./'  -I  Basketball action  Page C-2    .      The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, March 7,1979  wins  Coach Tony Wolcott had a very simple  game plgn for hia Pleasant-Valle)LSinners_  in   the   championship   game   of   the  >    . . *i���4���4���4���������_\-��� i�� m���_c~ _r~���:-���-  /  provincial senior girls'"BasketbalTtour-  nament at Elphinstone Saturday night:,  get the ball to Sara" Enoch, the" team's  hefty six-foot "centre."  The tactic paid off in 21 points for  Enoch, who was named the most valuable  -player-in the four-day-tournament, but the  Armstrong team needed a sparkling  second-half performance by forward Heidi  Schoenberger to overtake Little Flower  Academy 48-44 in a thrilling finale to an  excellent tournament.  The result meant that for the fifth time  in six years, LFA was forced to settle for  second place in the provincial tournament,  -which brings together 12 of thetop-girls?  "teans~irftffe^ingle -"A4,-divistorrr====-  LFA, the tournament favorite, posted  easy victories Wednesday and Thursday  over Prince Charles of Creston and  Southgate of Campbell River, before  edging arch-rival St. Thomas Aquinas by a  single point in Friday's quarter-final.^  Armstrong, which had lost only five of 42  games coming into the tournament,  defeated Grand Forks by 13, Garibaldi by  22 and Revelstoke by 19 to reach the final.  Good outside shooting by the well-  balance LFA squad gave the Vancouver  team a 16-10 first-quarter lead and LFA  still led by six points at half-time, despite  Enoch's strong rebounding and scoring.  The Situation changed dramatically  after the intermission. Armstrong scored  three quick baskets to tie the score and  Schoenberger went on a tear to give her  team the lead for the first time.  With two first-stringers, Suzanne  Miscisco and Brenda Hospedales, on the  bench with four fouls, LFA fell five points  -.bebind-despiteiheir usually: effective full-  court press.  In the final minute, with Armstrong  clinging to a four-point leadr Schoen-  berber's two rebounds and five missed foul  shots by Joyce Adam arid Linda Stewart of  LFA saved the game for the Sinners. The  game ended with Armstrong's quick five-  foot guard, Suzanne Lemaire, driving for a  layup which she wasn't able to complete.  Enoch and Shcoenberger led Armstrong with 21 and 13 points; Miscisco and  Adam scored 13 and 10 for LFA.  "We handled the press well and we  were able to get the ball to Sara," Armstrong coach Tony Wolcott said, "It was a  -veryjeven. game ;JLdidn|^ feel there was  - any tuniing=point.=W^beaWLFA-by=Ift.  points in January and they've been getting  ready for us ever since. I'm glad we were  able to beat them again."  In the contest for third place, the Senft  girls, six-foot Shannon and her older sister  Tara, an inch taller, combined for 31  points to give St. Thomas Aquinas a 74-62  win over Revelstoke. Leanne Pratico  scored 18 points before fouling out and  Norma Wick scored 10 for Revelstoke.  STA bolted to a quick 15-polnt lead but  Revelstoke had narrowed the margin to  six points, 57-51, before Pratico fouled out  with just over seven minutes left in the  game.  In previous games Saturday, Darlene  Venables scored 14 points as Grand Forks  broke open a tie game with a second-half  press to defeat Kelly Road of Prince  George 5943 and win fifth place;  Southgate held on to defeat G.M. Dawson  of Masset .49-47 for seventh place, as  Dawson missed half a dozen chances to   Miscisco,, LFA and Leanne  Prattico,  sendthegameintooverlime;iCarenHivon^evelstokeL : ^ __  and Daryl Watte scored 18 and 16 points as The second all-star team comprised  Garibaldrtook nlriUTplacewitli a~_540 wbr  over Prince Charles; and fort St. James  1 overcame a 10-point lead to defeat  Elphinstone 49-37 in the battle for 11th  place.  Joining Enoch on the first all-star team  -were Shannon Senft, St-Thomas Aquinas;  Brenda Abbott,  G.M. Dawson;   Heidi  Schonberger,   Armstrong;   Suzzanne  Shawnee-Harleer; Southgate;���Lee Anna  Stavenjord, Grand Forks; Joyce Adam,  LFA; Tara Senft, St. Thomas Aquinas and  Corrine Zajak, LFA. ���  Honorable mention certificates were  won by June Willick, Fort St. James;  WendyWalske,KellyRoad; DarylWatts,  Garibaldi; Norma Wick, Revelstoke and  Adele Lansing, Prince Charles.  Results  . Complete results of the B.C. Senior  _Girls's Single--A'-'basketball tournament  =arElphuT_*onet==^=TOT=="^="=======  Tournament notes  There were at least five sister combinations playing in the tournament:  Shannon and Tara Senft and Maureen and  Farah Stannus (St. Thomas Aquinas),  Brenda and Ronda Abbott (G.M. Dawson),  June and Mary Willick (FortSt.- James)  and twins Dianne and Debbie Urness  (Kelly Road).... both finalist should have  strong teams again next season, since  Armstrong had four Grade ll's in the  starting line-up, including Enoch and  Schoenberger, and LFA had two Grade  lis, Zajac and Nixon, and a Grade 10  player, Adam ... Prince Charles was the  most disappointing team in the tournament, placing 10th with a squad that  included four girls from last year's  championship team . . . Sara Enoch's  parents were in the stands to watch their  daughter lead Armstrong to victory in the  final game . . .G.M. Dawson of Massett  was named the most sportsmanlike team.  ,., among the persons presenting awards  were tournament directors June Wilson  -and-Garry Gray, Elphinstone principal  Barrie Boulton, vice-principal Dave  Richardson, his sister Pat, who is  secretary-treasurer of the provincial  senior girls' basketball association, school  board chairman Don Douglas and head  referee Ralph Visser .. . the 28 games in  the tournament were referred by four  officials from the Fraser Valley and two  local men, Frank Havies and Steve Miles.  Havies and Miles recently upgraded their  certification : and have been active in  forming a referees' association on the  peninsula ... at a banquet Thursday  evening, prepared by Ellen Pelto and the  Elphinstone grad committee, former  Elphinstone, UBC and Canadian national  team player Bev Barnes told the 120 high  school players, "You can be as good as you  -want to be." Barnes, who was said to have  "played basketball in almost every corner  of the world except Portugal", commented  that women's basketball has come a long  way since the days when "girls wore funny  little skirts and $1.49-day running shoes  and played with six people." Barnes  presently teaches P.E. in Tssawwassen..  . observers were generally impressed with  the quality of play in the tournament and  the smooth organization of the four-day  event . . . some of the games were  videotaped by Elphinstone students, under  the direction of Marta Mackowan. Some of  the tapes will be purchased by teams  competing in the tournament but the tapes  will not be shown on the local cable network . , . Elphinstone has hosted two  provincial tournaments in the last 1%  years (the volleyball tournament in  November, 1977 was the first) and has  applied to host next year's senior boys'  basketball playoffs... Two players were  injured seriously enough to require  hospital treatment. Sheila Underwood of  Kelly Road suffered pulled ligaments and  Karen Saumer of Armstrong injured her  knee near the end of the final game . . .  there were some problems finding accommodation for all the players at first  but everyone was taken care of. Most of  the teams stayed in motels but some  players were billetted at Camp Byng.  Wednesday (round robin play) Grand  Forks 33, Armstrong 46; Fort St. James 55,  Revelstoke 53; Prince Charles 28, Kelly  Road 46; Elphinstone 29, St. Thomas'  Aquinas 74.  Thursday (round robin) Prince Charles  30, Little Flower Academy 55; Grand  Forks 48, Garibaldi 41; Elphinstone 46,  G.M. Dawson 59; Kelly Rd. 54, LFA 61;  Revelstoke 60, Southgate 55; Garibaldi 30,  Armstrong 52; G.M. Dawson 34, St.  Thomas Aquinas 65.  Friday (Championship Draw) St.  Thomas Aquinas 59, Grand Forks 52; LFA  IT'S UP THERE but is It In, as Helen King of Armstrong lets go in the  championship game. Teammate Sarah Enoch ls ready for the rebound as Little  Flower's Ann Nixon, centre, and Laura Montague bear down.  * i  58, Southgate 29; G.M. Dawson 45, Armstrong, 57;. Kelly Road 44, Revelstoke 62;_  =IJA=60HSt.=Th6j^^  strong 68, Revelstoke 49.  (Consolation Draw) Prince Charles 32,  Fort St. James 31; Garibaldi 63, Elphinstone 37.  Saturday Grand Forks 44, Southgate  34; G.M. Dawson 49, Kelly Road 61; Fort  St. James 49, Elphinstone 37 (winner 11th,  loser 12th); Prince Charles 40, Garibaldi  45 (winner 9th, loser 10th),; Southgate 49,  G.M. Dawson (winner 7th, loser 8th);  Grand Forks 59, Kelly Road 43 (winner  5th, loser 6th); St. Thomas Aquinas 14,  Revelstoke 62 (winner 3rd, loser 4th);  Little Flower A. 44, Armstrong 48 (winner  1st, loser 2nd).  More basketball  In other basketball action, the  Elphinstone junior boys were eliminated  from further competition last Tuesday  when they lost 61-39 to Vancouver College  in a sudden-death playoff at Elphinstone.  The Gibsons team appeared nervous in  the early stages of the game and trailed 25-  8 mid-way through the second quarter  before rallying for 10 straight points on  two free throws by Jamie Gill and baskets  by Martin Mahoney, Tom Kennedy (2),  and Bobby Nicholas.  Elphinstone had narrowed the margin  to six points, 27-21, at half-time, but poor  shooting, the loss of Gill, Mahoney and  Kennedy through fouls and the team's  inability to spot College's outside shooting,  caused the local team to fall further  behind in the second half.  Mahoney played an excellent game for  Elphinstone, the Howe Sound champions,  scoring 13 points, and taking down 11  rebounds. Kennedy had 12 points and nine  rebounds. Other Elphinstone scorers were  Geoff Butcher, four; Nicholas, four; Gill,  Gerry Bernach and Brian Lymer, two  each.  Vancouver College, the top Independent team in Vancouver, was led by  S. Doughty, with 15 points. With the victory, Vancouver Cbllege qualified for the  B.C. junior boys' tournament.  The playoff was originally meant to be  a four-team affair featuring Elphinstone  and Chatelech from the Howe Sound zone  and Vancouver College and Notre Dame,"  the top Independent teams, but it was  altered to a single-game format.  Elphinstone coach Bruce Robinson  admitted College had the better team but  felt his team was capable of upsetting the  visitors.  "We didn't run our offense very well  and we didn't do a good job of stopping  their outside shooting," he said.  DEFEATED BUT not with a fight is Little Flower coach Dan Paxton in game  against St. Thomas Aquinas.  Coast Strokers  Pocket knife papa  By Dennis Gray  More tournament...  Elphinstone placed 12th in the tournament, losing to St. Thomas Aquinas, 74-  29; G.M. Dawson of Masset, 5946;  Garibaldi, 6��37randFortSt^James74947r  ' While, .the local team had little chance  against St. Thomas Aquinas and its 6' 1"  centre Tara Senft on Wednesday,  Elphinstone played a spirited game on  Thursday, rallying from a 15-polnt half-  time deficit after two players had fouled  out, to narrow the margin to three points  late in the third quarter. Despite the  boisterous* support of a large noon-hour  crowd, Elphinstone couldn't narrow the  gap and fell further behind after two more  players fouled out.  Against Garibaldi, Elphinstone stayed  with the Fraser Valley team for the first  quarter but was outscored 20-9 in the  second quarter and never threatened  again. In the Saturday game against Fort  St. James, Elphinstono blew a ten-point  lead and faltered badly in the final eight  minutes, scoring only three points against  14 by their opponenns.  Elphinstone's top scorers in the tournament were Carta Paetkau, Shelly Wager  and Maureen Forsyth.  Two of the most exciting games of the  tournament were the quarter-final contests Friday night which featured two sets  of longtime rivals, Little Flower Academy  and St. Thomas Aquinas, and Revelstoke  and Armstrong.  In the first game, the Senft sisters,  Shannon and Tara, got St. Thomas  Aquinas off to 6-0 and 94 leads but the  well-drilled LFA team regrouped after a  time-out and forced Aquinas into  numerous errors. Mid-way through the  second quarter, LFA had opened up a 15-  point lead on the shooting of Corrine Zajac  and Brenda Hospedales and the rebounding of Suzanne Miscisco and Ann Nixon.  Then Aquinas surged back, working the  ball inside to six-foot Shannon Senft or her  sister Tara for easy baskets. LFA coach  Dan Paxton was furious when Aquinas  finally took a one-point lead but his team  took command again on a steal by Zajak, a  basket by Joyce Adam and two free throws  by Hospedales. Still, Aquinas refused to  quit and mounted a comeback that  culminated in Shannon Senft's 18-foot  basket from the baseline with one second  left. Final score, LFA 60, St. Thomas  Aquiiias, 59.  In the second semi-final, Pleasant  Valley of Armstrong upset the top  Okanagan zone team, Revelstoke, 6849.  Armstrong centre Sara Enoch and  forward Heidi Schronberger were the keys  to victory, rebounding and scoring well  and leading a devastating fast break.  Revelstoke forward Leanne Pratico's  graceful jump shot and solid games by  Norma Wick and Sandy Schroeder kept  Revelstoke close for awhile, but Armstrong ultimately controlled and boards,  and the game.  , When compared to many wild animals,  the human animal is a rather uri-likely  contraption, un-gainly looking, top heavy  with a ponderous head supported by a frail  heck. Sure we have come to think of the  body as beautiful, but then many people  have different i values when it comes to  beauty. The ancient Mayans, for example,  admired a flat head and crossed eyes and  went to cruel lengths to distort infants in  this manner. If then we accept our values  of beauty as a conditioning we can perhaps  view ourselves in a more abject manner.  In a practical view this awkward  structure makes little sense, I mean if you  went about designing a mobile object of  between one and two hundred pounds  would you attempt to support It on two  spindly legs? When you think about it, it's  quite baffling why the human body doesn't  just fall over. If we were built like a ball  and just roiled from here to there and  some bright wheel got the idea to build a  machine with two legs he would probably  get knocked into the nearest comer  pocket.  Yet here we are with none of the  aerodynamic force of a fish for swimming,  a slow and clumsy runner when compared  with the cheetah, we cannot even jump our  own height nor can we fly a stroke.    Who would have guessed when we  emerged from a cave that anything so  poorly equipped could survive? I would  have given odds on the dinosaur, but, while  Dinny was changing into a Chevron oil  well, old two legs was building a stone axe  and he has been building machines ever  since.  (Personally Ithink he should have quit  after he developed the motorcycle.)  In a few short generations, with the use  of these machines, we have adapted  ourselves to conditions so readily that it  puts Darwin's innovated Galapagos  creatures to shame, making ourselves at  home on land sea or air. Perhaps we have  even gone too far, perhaps we have  become machine worshipers, from a flat  head to a fat car.  So we don't have to think ��� we have  computers, to relax our mental process ���  we have calculators, to deaden our  imagination ��� we have television. We  have every manner of machine to make  our life non physical and excersise  machines to get us in shape. We have the  brilliance to buile these machines yet we  show the dull wittedness to worship what  we have created.  We sacrifice v.our intelligence to  machines as surely as maidens were once  sacrificed to pagan idols. But if history  does truly repeat itself we may soon be  forced to stand on those two spindly legs  again.  Please don't take me too serious and  keep strokln,  Wine gums, Liquorice Allsorts, English  Toffees, always a nice little gift for any  occasion. ���Miss Bee's Sechelt.  B.A. BLACKTOP  ���QUALITY   SERVICE SINCE 1956"  ASPHALT PAVING OF;  ���ROADS  INDUSTRIAL SITES ���PARKING AREAS  ���TENNIS COURTS ���DRIVEWAYS  ���GRAVEL SALES*  W_t ^Hippr '  Cktop ltd  FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL  885-5151  EAST PORPOISE BAY ROAD, SECHELT.   ������in    i '"���m������i ii������    in   ���    Date Pad  Mar, 7 ��� Family Library 8, Storytlmo, Wilson Crook Comm Hall,\ 11 ;30-l :30,  Storytlma 12.  Mar, 7 ��� Gordon Club Mooting, St Aldan's Hall. 7:30 p.m,  Mar, 0 ��� Totrahodron Ski Club Mooting, homo of Vic Qonqguro, Gowor Pt.  Rd, Gibsons, 7:30 pm. Guoit speaker Slggo D|orklund. For Info coll  886-94)1.  March 0 ��� Socholt Hospital Aux Mooting, St, Hilda's Hall, 2 pm.  Mar. Q ��� Alcoholics Anonymous Mooting, Wilson Crook Community Hall,  B:3Q pm. For Info call 806-3394 or 883-2896,  Mar. 9 ��� Gibsons Wildlife Club CO.R.E, (hunter training) course. Rog'n A  lit sessions, $10, For furthor Info call 086-7763 or 086-2022,  Mar. 9 ��� Community Library, Wilson Crook Comm Hall, 2-4:30 pm.  March 12 ��� Horizon Thoatra Co, Roberts Crook Elom gym, 0 pm, Volco  Pro|octlon Workshop.  Mar, 12 ��� Roberts Crook Hosp, Auk Meeting, St. Aldan's Hall, 11 am,  Mar. 12 ��� New Horizons, Robts Creek Comm Hall, 1130 pm,  Mar. 13-��� Al Anon Mooting, St. Aldan's Hall, Robts Ck, 8 pm, For Info  phono 086-9041 or 885-3394.  Mar. 14 ��� Elphinstone Aero Club Meeting, Clubhouse, 8 pm,  Mar. 14 ��� Canadian Cancer Society Mooting, Rm 112, Chatoloch School, 8  pm, 883-2604 or 883-2640.  Mar. 14 ��� Horizon Thoatro Co, Roberts Crook Gym, 0 pm. Volco pro|octlon  workshop.  Mar. 14 ��� TV Cable 10, "Pioneers of the Sunshine Coast" Mrs. Ida Higgs  conversation with Bert Nelson on tho early days In Ponder Harbour.  Gibsons, 6 pm, Socholt 7130 pm. (dividing lino Masked Rd,)  Mar.  13 ���  Annual Mooting of Sunshlnoi Coast Community Resource  Society, Elphlnitono,7:30 pm. Warron McKibbin will speak on additions to St, Mary's Hospital.  Mar, 20 ��� Sunshine Coast Arts Council Mooting, Sechelt Elom (Mr, Uzzee's  room), 7:30 pm, Everyone welcome.  Mar. 24 ��� TOPS used book sale. Sunnycrest Moll, all day,  S,C, MUbIC DRAMA ft DANCE FESTIVAL ��� Mar, B-Mar. 17. See paper for details  iretTHISSPACITOfROMOTtYOtlHORGANIZATION'SfVENTS.  irSPdII.CAUMI.M3l.  WTo1' f   \ *\  -V- - .'���  See all the action, says Sittler  Toronto Maple Leaf Captain Darryl  Sittler says that if your only exposure to  hockeyisrtheSaturdajr niight -action on-  your television set, you're missing the best _.  part of the game.  According to the all-star centre, "while  TV broadcasts aye great and have helped  create many new fans for the game, most  _ of the time the television cameras only  follow the puck carrier.  "Key plays, which frequently result in  a scoring opportunity, often develop well  away^rom the puck carrier."  Darryl's solution is simply. He suggests  that whenever possible try to watch a  game "live" whether it involves'your7  favorite progressions- hockey club or  teams playing in your local arena. Only  when viewing the total ice surface for a  full perspective of the playing area can a  fan appreciate the development of the  offensive and defensive strategies and  how all of the players, whether they have  possession of the puck or not, contribute to  the success of the team"  and defensive play, Darryl and the hockey  coach of the University of Toronto Varsity  Bluesy -Tom Wattr have-teamed-up to  produce a booklet titled "The Name of the  Game is Hockey ��� a coach's an<J a  player's view of the game." The booklet  describes what to look for when a team  gains possession of the puck and what they  should do whenjheyjose jt. It describes  why one style of play may work for some  teams and not for others and it illustrates  the different techniques teams use to move  the puck.  Adds Tom Watt, "the purpose of the  booklet is to help fans enjoy the finer  points of the game. Coaches and players  know that a team's success depends on its  ability to win and maintain possession of  the puck."  The 16-page, pocket-size booklet is  available free of charge from any office of  The Prudential Insurance Company of  America, Canadian Operations or by  writing to: Hockey Booklet, <k> Prudential, TKing StreeYWest^ Toronto, Ontario"  M5H-1B7~- ="���- ���-=���.���  Everything Your Hair Could De  ^jas^'Rqnme^^  will be working mondays.  ��� SPECIALIZING IN SOFT  PERMS FOR LONG HAIR  Cowrie St.  885-2^8  Wednesday, March 7,1979  The Peninsula Times  PageC-3  SUNSHINE COAST  MUSIC, DRAMA & DANCE FESTIVAL  1979  PROGRAMME OF DANCE COMPETITIONS  Twilight Theatre ~  Thursday, March 8th. 10:30 a.m.  - 2:30 p.m.      .���._.--  7:00 p.m.   Friday, March 9th, 8:00 a.m.  12:30 p.m.  Admission 25c each session Programme 50c  Participants are requested to arrive at least 15 min. prior to dance time.  Darryl (right) with. 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Nonetheless, -the-chilly -nights  discourage growth activity, and one of the  chief responsibilities of the home gardener, the lawri,. is a pretty depressing  sight at this time of the year.   Mostly, on this coast it is not too early  to start doing something and that  something right now might well be a good  raking with a steel rake; Even if it didn't  _.do any good in the cultivating, sense it  would still be worth the trouble because of  ==flT6=diffefence itThakes in the looksofthe  place.  For the people who sowed a lawn last  Tel man named  Recently named B.C. Tel's district  customer service manager���North Shore,  Bob Oslter is now responsible for  operations throughout the company's  North Shore district which ranges from  North Vancouver to Powell River and  includes the Sunshine Coast and  Squamish-Pemberton regions.  Ostler brings a wide range of experience to his new post. Prior to his  current appointment, he was .computer  communications manager, a position held  since 1974. He had been involved  previously in the company's plant and  customer service areas primarily in  Vancouver Island locations.  He replaces Bob Dickinson who moves  to the B.C. Tel head office in Burnaby as  customer service manager ���  headquarters.    ���~~~      ~~. ~  -fallrand .there seems to be many suchrit -  would beagood idea to take a look at what  is happening to it. We had a couple of  weeks or more of pretty heavy continuous .  frost and it penetrated quite a long way  down.. That means of course that the  moisture froze and expanded���as many a  cracked waterpipe proves ��� and loosened  the tiny grass roots. If this gardener had  such a lawn he would put a light to medium  roller over it to press the young plant roots  back into place.. If this is not done the  danger exists that there may be patches  where the rootlets are left hanging in air  and the little plants will die.  ' Back to the raking. This will of course  = remove^alhthe^trash -left=by-the=winter--  storms and will enable the gardener to do  a most necessary action, take a good  leisurely look at the ground. If there is  evidence of moss, the instinct is to scrape N  it off. This will remove it, of course, but it  will be back. There is a reason for moss, or  several possible causes. First and the  most common is low fertility, next come  poor drainage and-or too much shade. So if  you have moss get to the basics and start  froirj there.  1 As every gardener knows, all garden  plants must have air to survive. The  winter-storms, with maybe a heavy load of  snow has the effect of packing the soil  surface, discouraging the penetration of  air and water. So a job of aeration is indicated. This can be done with a machine  designed for the purpose or the "boring"  business of pushing the tines of a digging  fork six inches or so into the ground at  intervals of almost, a foot.  Then will come the matter of fertilizing. Unless the soil is known to be  heavily on the acid side, it is unwise to  apply too much lime, if any. Grass plants,  prefer a slightly acid soil and in this part of  the world there is no trouble achieving that  condition. The fertilizer selected should be  a balanced one, that is with the numbers  on the container showing the percentage of  nitrogen phosphorus and potash all fairly  high and even. If anything the nitrogen,  the first number might be a little higher  than the others.  ~ If the area is thin it may be necessary  to over-seed, first of all putting about a  half inch of top soil, no more, over the area  to be seeded.  Lawns are just plants of course arid this  last winter will test the gardener's skill.  One of the nicest things about coast  gardens is that they have trees in them.  Nice, all right but they can also be a  problem. Trees, particularly the shallow-  rooted ones like our lovely western red  cedar, greedily such up all the moisture  they can get, and with it of course the food  out of the soil. So if you have grass under  the trees, give it at least twice as much  food as the rest, and for the tree itself,  drive a series of holes down a couple of feet  -and4_QiULfertilizer down them  Div. 7 Sechelt Elementary  VOLUNTEERS with some backgroundin metalwork,~woodwork;~and"small  engine automotive work are needed at Elp-ilnstone Secondary Schoolto assist  students in cutting materials, lay-out problems, etc.  Volunteer helpline  Advertising q  saves you  time!  CANADIAN ADVERTISING ADVISORY BOARD  The later the season the more the work  will crowd us so it's smart to take advantage of every break we get.  This gardener has started the job of  digging in the fall rye and notes for the  umpteenth time that if nothing else grows  in winter the rocks do, or that is how it  seems. The action of the frost forces them  to the surface ��� even the big ones, as a  broken pick handle, the first casualty in  this war on rocks this year, testifies.  To the novice, volunteering might not  have much appeal���but to those who have  devoted many hours to the world of  volunteering, the growth and rewards  have been so.worthwhile. We see these  people as leaders, demonstrating confidence and capabilities but oft^n most of  these skills have been practices and  learned over the years.  For Agnes Labonte, president of the  Sunshine Coast Community Resource  Society, many of these attributes have  been mastered and are the rewards of her  years as a volunteer.  In thinking about her involvement over  the years, Agnes has mentioned a few  points 'which for her have been so  enriching. One talent she has developed is  to capably express herself verbally and in  writing. (Here are ideas expressed by her  as to what volnunteering has meant to  her).  Volunteering has provided a challenge  and stimulation, broadening the scope of  knowledge in specified fields.  Organizational skills were learned, and  confidence was built, while meeting and  speaking to other people, not to mention  chairing meetings. Time can be spent with  people who share common interests and  these social contacts can sometimes  broaden into lasting friendships.  Volunteering stimulates an interest in  the community. One can possibly learn  tolerance, patience and a respect for the  ideas of others. This involvement outside  the home allows for a broader base of  communication within the family..  Agnes Labonte's volunteering activities have been many but for her the  Girl Guide movement, teaching Sunday  school, being a School Board trustee and a  member of the SunsMne Coast Community  Resource Societ^nave been, the . most  rewarding. As president of the society for  the past two and a half years, Agnes has  used all these skills. She has developed a  keen awareness of the needs of people and  through her leadership has tried to see  that many of these have been met. She has  certainly been, and will continue to be, an  . asset to our community. The society and  the community owe her much thanks for  the role she has played.  You may not aspire to be a chairman or  president ��� earlier Agnes would not have  considered this as a possible goal, but  through volunteering she has been able to  develop many capabilities which might  have been wasted had she not fulfilled  herself by offering her time and growing  talents to the community.  The annual meeting of the Sunshine  Coast Community Resource Society will  be held on March 15 at 7:30 p.m. at  Elphinstone High School. Perhaps this is  your opportunity to become actively involved as a member of the new board to be  elected that night.  BIG BROTHER  A nine-year-old boy in Roberts Creek  who has never had the opportunity to  establish a meaningful relationship with a  man, would really enjoy that kind of  growing experience. He loves music, and  playing soccer. Could you share time on a  regular basis with this lad?  TEACHING  Several older boys in Gibsons need  some help with very basis mathematics  and reading. A few hours each week of  your time might give these boys the opportunity to better cope with the demands  of normal living. Perhaps you are a retired  teacher and could help. Most importantly  patience and understanding is necessary.  SHOP ASSISTANCE  Volunteers are needed to help in the  school shops to assist students with their  projects, help with the machinery and in  general share some of their learned experience in working around machinery.  This assistance is needed in all shop areas  ��� automotive, sheet metal and woodworking.. If you like being around teens  who don't you enrich your life by sharing  your skills with them?  VISITORS (FEMALE)  A volunteer is needed to visit an elderly  woman in Gibsons who likes beingJn hep  own home but needs some companionship.  ��� In Halfmoon Bay an elderly lady lives  alone and is without a phone. Would you  have time to spend some time with her?  VISITOR (MALE(  , A gentleman in Gibsons would sure like  to spend sometime with another man. You  could visit, take him out for a drive or  perhaps enjoy a short walk with him.  Please call the Resource Society's  Volunteer Bureau at 885-3821 for any Information or to find out how you might  involve yourself.  FOOTBALL  By TERESA CAMPBELL  ���My team was playing against the-Blue-  Bommers. The score was four to one, it  was my turn to kick the ball. As I was  ninhingTall of a sudden ITshrunkTI never-  noticed it until I came up to the ball. I  screamed and fainted and all the team  members couldn't believe their eyes.  I was taken home. When I woke up I  looked up at my pillow. Boy was it huge!  Well I was going to get out of bed, but  Jthen Ldidn't because I would kUl.myselL.  So with all my strength I threw down the  pillow them jumped.  . Hooked at everything for a long time;  it was huge and scary. I could hear my  mom crying because I had shrunk.  After an hour or so I took a piece of long  thread,-I-climbeddown.the-stairs.-I-told-  my mom I wasn't going to play football  again^thenall of a sudden I turned normal^  size. The End.  WHEN I TURNED TINY  By VINCE PHILLIPS  Once when I was doing an experiment  with, a bottle and a match. I was looking  ' into the bottle and then I shrunk and fell  into the bottle and I was stuck. Then my  friend Darren came along and got me out.  ���Then when I was^fishing tw<Klays -tfter-  I had shrank, I shrunk again when I was  fishing. I floated down to the bottom of the  creek^intila flsircame-alongrrsaw the  fish and climbed onto his scaly back.  The fish took me up to the surface and  then I jumped off onto the ground. I kept  on thinking what made me. shrink. Pretty  soon soccer would end and baseball would  begin. I couldn't play soccer and baseball  ���when_Lkept on shrinking.  Then I remembered the Sience Fiction  movie I had watched two nights ago. It  was about a man who makes up a formula  that could shrink people. About halfway  through the movie my TV blanked out and.  went crazy.  ���Ithoughtabout-that movie-and wondered if the same thing was happening to  TT_eTAbotit twoday-rlatertherotily way to-  break the shrinking problem was to get a  cup and put water, apple juice, and milk  in it and stir it around. So I tried that and it  worked. Then I was able to go fishing, play  soccer ahd baseball without shrinking  ever again. The End.  $1 PATRICK'S DAY BIMO  *50000 JACKPOT  & >2500 GAMES  THURSDAY-MARCH 15 at  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY HALL.  * DOORS WILL BE OPEN AT  7 PM & TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE  AT THE DOOR.  * FIRST 3 CARDS - $5.00  ��� EXTRAS - $1.00 each.  Henry W. Block  "You must  file a tax  return to  receive the Refundable  Child Tax Credit'.'  It's our business to keep abreast of  changes in the Tax Law like the Refundable Child Tax Credit. At H&R  Block we understand the Tax Law,  so you don't have to. 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Bend lower end of wire to receive tees.  ^'  locate ceilng grilles on panels  - 2_r Your most important step is to layout the  ceiling area and carefully locate ceiling  grilles, lights, etc.  5,   Grid Pattern Selection  2' x 2' Panern  2' x 4' - Standard  2" x 4' - Reversed  mam tees 8'    ���������  crosa tees 4'   cross tees 2'--���  ceiling tiles   - '  ' *  Sunday, March 11  CHANNBL 2  CHANNEL 4  CHANNEL 5  CHANNEL 6  CHANNEL 7  CHANNEL 8  CHANNEL 9  CHANNEL 11  CHANNEL 12  CHANNEL 13  12:00  Music to See  Issues, Answers  Movie:  Terry Winters  T.B.A.  News  Our Own  -  Movie:  Gospel Hour  Cont'd.  100 Huntley St.  12:30 '  Money Mag.  Talk Back  Directions  Circus World  Money Mag.  Talk Back  T.B.A.  Jim. Swaggart  Image  Beyond Time  Confd.  1:00  Superstars  Basketball:  T.B.A.  Jackie Gleason  Wn. Review  Barrier  Rev. Solbrekkon  Confd.  1:30  Hymn Sing  Confd.  Teams T,B.A.  .Hymn Sing  T.B.A.  Golf  Movie:  Movie:  P.T.L. Club  Movie:  2:00  Basketball:  Confd:           '  Cont'd.  Movie:  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  High Society  Hit the Ice  Confd.  Court Jester  2:30  C.I.A.U.  Finals  Auto Racing'  Cont'd.  Frontier  T.B.A.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  3:00  Cont'd.  Confd.  Basketball:  Freemont  T.B.A.  Movie:  Confd.  Movie:  Cont'd.  Confd.  < 3:30  Confd.  World  Teams T.B,A.  Confd.  T.B.A.  Lady in  MOvie:  The Other '  The Monkecs  Wrestling  4:00  World Skiing  Sports  Cont'd.  World Skiing  Basketball:  Waiting  Band Wagon  Man  Funorama  Confd.  4:30  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Cont'd.  Teams T.B.A.  Question  Period  untamed  World  Confd.  Confd.  Our Gang  Horst Koehlor  5:00  News  Sports Afield  News  Meet the Press  Student Forum  Cont'd.  Confd.  Bionic  Movio:  News  5:30  Parliament  Nows  Nows  Confd.  Cap.   Comment  When Movies  Woman  Tarzan's  Confd.  6:00  World of  Confd,  Confd.  Cont'd.        .  News  News  Wore Young  Star Trek  Savage Fury  Andy's Party  00  Minutes  Corol Burnett  6:30  Disney  Viewpoint  How Come  Confd.  Around Here  60 Minutes  Cont'd.  Life Around Us  Confd.  Bob Newhart  7:00  Nowcomors  Osmond Family  Movie:  Newcomers  Osmond  Horowitz Live  N.H.L. Game  At the Forum  7:30  Confd.'  Confd.  Airport '77  Confd.  Confd.  Family  Encore  of tho Week  , Confd.  Confd.  8:00  Super Spoclal  Dattlestar  Cont'd.  Karen Kaln  T.B.A.  Dattlestar  Andres  Community  Donahue  Benny HIU  ��i30  9:00  Cont'd.  .Galactlca  Cont'd.  Cont'd,-  ������ -T.B.A. ���  Galactlca  Segovia  Forum  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  For the Record  Movie:  Confd.  For tho Record  T.B.A.  Lou Grant  Theatre  Probo  Movio:  Captain  & KinKs  9:30  Confd.  Starsky  Confd.  Cont'd.  T.B.A.  Cont'd.  Confd.  Outlook  Green for  10:00  Marketplaco  & Hutch  Weekend  Marketplace  T.B.A.  W-5  Pennies from  Kroeze Bros.  Danger  Cont'd.  Confd.  10:30  Ombudsman  Confd.  Confd.  Science Mag.  T.B.A.  Confd.  Heavon  700 Club  Cpnfd.  11:00  National News  News  News  News  Newa  News  Cont'd,  Sign dff  Cont'd.  Movie:  Shadow  Sports Page  11:30  Night Final  Late Movie  Late Movie  Cont'd.  ,  Late Movio  Confd.  Cont'd.  of Thin Man  Confd.  Select your ceiling pattern - 2' x 2' or 2" x 4' as  shown above. If you decide to install a 2' x 4' ���  system, you can run the tiles in a standard or  reversed layout, as indicated in the diagram.  Make your border tiles at the ends of the room as*  large as possible. This is determined by the cross  tee spacing. -   '   '  a.  8.  Insert lower end of hanger wire through  ' opening in tee web, and twist wire around itself to  hold tee in position at correct level.  D  ��3  7    Tee sections are held in line by an integral'  splicer - no fasteners required.  Monday, March 12  \1M  12:30  1:00  1:30  CHANNBL2  Swltzer  Search for Tom,  Bob McLean  Confd.  CHANNEL 4  AH ky  Children  1 Llfo to Live  Confd,  CHANNEL ��  Hollywood Sq*.  Pays of  Our Lives  The Doctors  2:00  2:30  3:00  3:30  Kdgo of Night  lloyond Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  General  Hospital  Morv Griffin  Cont'd.  Another     1  World  Movie:  24 Hours to Kill  CHANNBL 6  Nows       '  Ida Clarkson  Marcus Welby  Cont'd.  CHANNEL 7  4:oo  4:10  5:oo  5:30  Famous 8  Cntcli Up  Part. Family  All in Family  $0,000,000  Man  News  Confd,  Cont'd.  Confd.  Carol Burnett  News  School Broad,  Beyond Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  News  As World  Turns  Guiding Light  CHANNEL ��  News  Alan Hamel  Confd.  Adam 12  CHANNEL ��  CHANNEL 11.  Shakespeare  Julius Caesar  Confd.  Confd,  News  Adam-12  Movie:  Wild Soed  CHANNBL 12  Donahue  Confd.  All in Family  M.A.S.H.  CHANNBL 13  All My Children  Cont'd.  Vancouver  Confd.  6:00  6:30  7i00  7:30  SiOtT  8t30  9:00  9:30  Newa  Confd.  Mary T. Moore  Reach for Top  White Shadow  Confd.  M.A.S.H.  W.K.H.P.  Cont'd,  Cont'd.  I'M Northwest  Please Stand By  SalVBtfSr 1  Cont'd,  How  the  Was Won  donfoT  Confd.  Seattle  Hollywood  Sqs.  Sanford & Son  Price  is Right  Cont'd.  Nows  Cont'd,  M,A.S,H.  Dinah  Confd.  Kvoryday  Confd.  Newa  Confd.  Another World  Cont'd.  Movie:  Sybil Pt. 2  Cover to Cover  T.B.A.  Over Easy  Survival Kit  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  (0,000,000  Man  Sosnma Stroet  Cont'd.  Mr, Rogers  Electric Co.  Confd.  Confd.  Popeye  Banana Splits  ConfdT^  Cont'd,  Chopper Squad  ContU __  Cont'd.  Mary T. Mooro  Newlywed Game  Jokers Wild  Nows  Confd.  Billy  Flntbuih  West  Little House on  the Prairie  Movie:  Too Far to Go  Little House  on the Prairie  Lawrence  Welk  TBA  M.A.S.H.  W.K.R.P.  "Snlvugo  Cont'd,  Kaz  Cont'd.  -tutllo Sea  OicK Cavott  Mows  News  Super  Stars  Leavo to lioaver  I Lovo Lucy  Part.  Family  Honestly  Tic Tao Dough  Match  Game  My 3 Sons  10:00  10U0  11:00  11:10  News MuK.  Man Alive  National Now*  Night Final  Confd,  Cont'd.  News  Police Story  Cont'd.  Confd,  News  Tonight Show  News   Magazine  Man Alive  News  Confd.  News  Late Movie  "Whot-riMyLIno  Downright Dlsoo  News <  Confd.  "fiiir Meyer's ~  Journal  Murder Must  Advertise  Bewitched  HOifon's Heroes  lion Newhart  Funorama  UllllKani  Island  I Love Lucy  Andy __ Griffith  Confd.  Confd.  Rocket Robin  Spldormnn  4. Mark the height of the grid ceiling on each'wall  of the room - ensuring the marks are level.  Y^=kL^.c  5, Null wall moulding In ploca ��� located by tho  marks on the wall.  ���ft/,:  I'tittl., Junction  Hollywood Sqs.  New*  Confd.  lyfovleiTWoro  Young  Pennies from  Heaven  f-ovioi  lonoymoon  with a  Stranger   Gong Show  Newlywed Game  Carol llurnoit  Bob .Nawlwrt.,/-.  Vancouver  Cont'd.  CiobswUh  Merv Griffin  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Confd.  Movie:  Too Far, To Go  News  Dating Game  Odd Couple  (long Show  Cc  .lion the Hoat  -omos In  Ilonny Hill  Rookford   Files  Cont'd.  Cont'd.  Sportf Pago  Cont'd.  Tuesday, March 13  CHANNEL 2  ~mr  12110  11SS  Swltzer  Search for Tom,  Dob McLean  Confd.  CHANNEL 4  dhlldron  2(00  2:30  3:00  3|30  5:00  SilO  KdKo of NlKht  lloyond Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  All My  Cont'd.  One Life  to Live  CHANNEL  llollywood  Days of  Bqi7  Our Lives  The Doctors  6(00  4:30  Famous ft  Pencil Box  Part. Family  All in family  General  Hospital  Merv Griffin  Cont'd.   M,000,000 Man  Coi  Movie:  Oypzy Moth*  CHANNEL I  News  Ida Clarkson  Marcus  Welby  Q��  flohooniroa<n  Beyond Reason  Take 30  Celebrity Cooks  CHANNBL 7  News  As the  World Turn*  Quldlny Light  BSS\  Msrv T. Moor*  Northerner* ^  Jonf<L_  CoHPa,  Cont'd.  Conf  Carol  New*  Burnett  cont'd.  W-tffTK  hweit  1130    Rone Slmard       Lav. A SliTrli  Conf  Cont  .  Seattle ���  Name JTunjj^  Mnftrd^Tlon  Prloe I* Right  Cont'd,  4*wi  ConfJ.  M.A.S.ll.  Dinah  Cont'd,  CHANNBL ��  Wow*  Alan Hnmel  Cont'd.  Adam 12  j_   Cont'd,  fitarslty A  Hutch  Cont'd.  New*  Cont'd.  Another  World  Cont'd.  Movlei  Nelson Affair  CHANNBL  lane  eg,  j|*aoverlng  Ma^A Globe  1  Dl  lot of Man  . Soup  -��-_   Mary T. Moora  Newlywed Qame  Joker'* Wild  TKfnKir   Cont'd.  (0,000,000  Man  iiort fliory  ondornma  Ivor Ko��y  Julia Child  CHANNBL  Now*  Adam-12  Movie:  The Cavern  11  CHANNBL 12  Donahue  Cont'd,  5i4  Seiafno fltroet  Cont'd.  Mr. Roger*  mootrlci Co,  ont  ont  Popeye  Banana  M!!.  m  Eter  r*. Company  ��y  i 00  ItlO  Confd,  Fortune*  National Now*  Night rinal  1  Hoper*  Jonfc.  ��ovJei,��r  -hankered  ��rb��r��  altera  :��w��..  ate Movie  or 'dirSiffi*  Cont'd.  ��JhtW  fLOO Conteet -���*�� -. - Mwvmt - T,B,A;  Bth Estate Cont'd.  New*  Cont'd.  Head. Hunter*  Patsy  Gallant  TJonfd.'  Fortune*  'Kfo.  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Itookot Robin  Ju  Country  .ont'd,  rlOVlOl  ewhart  Const Slipw  Newlywed Game  ���ettl, Junotlon  lolly wood Sq*.  2on?d.  the  Shu  T��lew��  Dating Game  Odd couple  Gong Show  Merv Qr|ffJn  70BVfl.  .ont'd.  Carol Hurnott  Rob Newhart  Vancouver  Cont'd.     .  TJiilit* lr*7  Downitalr*  On the liuMS  Ilarnaby   Jone*  -conTT  Lavernp. flWriw,  JDagle   Oont  _��"V   __  worts Pag*  Oonfd.  Estimate of Materials Requires  B'Main Tees i   4' Cross Tee*   2' Cross Tees   8' Wall Mould   Screw Eyes   Hanger Wire Roll   Nails .....'.   Pes. 2x2' Celling Tile   or  Pes, 2'x4' Celling Tllo   Light Flxturos   Heat Grilles (if required)   TOTAL  to Complete Your Celling   ��2.20$.,   @ 1.05$.   ��   .53$.   @ 1.43$.   @   .05$.   ��2.25$.,   @   .80$. ,   ��1.60$.,  ..,' ,@3.00$.,   ��3.60$.   ��2.95$.,   $__  Sechelt Building  Supplies Ltd.  ' 'S<rttAl<irt(tH rt��4*<\Httt<(' *  H^"vw^ilITFiHFWWrT^        _w     ��� *" wpp* mwm<^^m~_~  ooe a<ia4       Vencewtr \*A h*e  885-2283 or     6124213 PageC-6 The Peninsula Timfes       Wednesday, March 7,1979  Beer ad meet off  Consumer and Corporate Affairs  Minister Jim Nielsen has postponed a  meeting with the-B.C. Association of  Broadcasters to discuss their position on  the advertising of beer and wine on radio  and television in B.C.  Nielsen said he had agreed to such a  meeting to hear the broadcasters' views,  but since has been advised of new studies  underway in virtually every province in  Canada about this situation.  Nielsen says he is advised that some of  the provinces which now permit such  advertising are believed to be reviewing  WHITE CAP  YACHT BROKERS  BUY  We can show you over 100 boats of all  shapes and sizes in every major boating  : area in. the Pacific Northwest.           If you want to sell your boat we can have  it listed with over 15 brokers in the  Pacific Northwest. Our rates are  reasonable, and our advertising, is  extensive.  CALL 886-7434  FOR MORE INFORMATION.  A member of Marine Multiple1 Listing  Services and Marine Integrity Services  Ltd. ,  their policies. Nielsen said he wishes to  study the other jurisdictions first before  considering the subject for B.C.  The minister said he must be convinced  that our society would benefit from any  changes in our regulations before  seriously discussing the issue and  therefore has decided to postpone the  meeting until his ministry has provided  him with information which he has  requested.  Walter Gray, president of the BCAB,  told Nielsen that he agrees with the  minister's reasoning and accepts that in  the interest of social concerns, such information as desired by the minister  would be best collected and analyzed  before such a meeting took place.  Meet to start  Cancer branch here  On Wednesday, March 14 at 8 p.m. the  Canadian Cancer Society is sponoring a  public meeting to start a branch of the  society on the Sunshine Coast. It will be  held in Room 112 of Chatelech School "V  Sechelt. ��      7  A field officer for British Columbia will  be there to outline the aims of a branch or  unit. Those present will then proceed to  organize formally a branch on the Sun-v  shme Coast. K time permits there will be a  film about the work on the society.  You are urged to attend this important  Meeting and also to invite others tocorrie.  Telephone inquiries regarding this  meeting may be made by calling 883-2604  or 883-2640.  BRUNO .GERUSSI as Guido Vitelli  returns home to Opi in the Abruzzi,  Italy for a visit after 25 years' absence. This scene is from The  Newcomers' seventh episode entitled  The Present, to be telecast Sunday,  March 11, on CBC-TV at 7 p.m.  ���Imperial Oil photo.  Gold Seal  TUNA flaked white 6 Oz  ATTENTION HOUSE BUILDERS  Every dollar saved on floor coverings  from our KEN DEVRIES STORES  mean a dollar of profit to you.   COME AND SEE US!  SECHELT 885-3424  MORGAN & HENNY  GIBSONS 886-7112   KEN & AL  FOR SMALLER JOBS  Choose from over 100'small pieces of various  qualities. They're roll leftovers so you really  save. Come and see. Shop early for best  selection.  BROADLOOM REMNANTS  = Sal er priced "Sdxonyr="twists ���plushes;-and -  more! Remnants priced by the piece.  KEN DEVRIES & SON LTD.  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  GIBSONS  886-7112  Cowrie St.,  SECHELT  885-3424  ALtMOON INN  & SERVICES  ���WE HAVE GAS & DIESEL  PUMPS & TOW TRUCK SERVICE.  ��� SMORGASBORD EVERY  FRIDAY, SATURDAY  & SUNDAY-CLOSED MONDAY.  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